Lamb’s Harbinger’s Top Spiritual Influencers

For a heart-focused discipleship that promotes brain science's role in building community, healing emotionally, breaking addictions and compulsions, maturing relationally & spiritually, and understanding personal spiritual warfare, as well as leading others through advanced spiritual matters (ex. SRA survivors, DD, etc.): For teachings on the Church being authentic to its Scriptural descriptions and prescriptions as a living …

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Q&A: “How Good Must I be In Order to be Called a Christian?”

A Facebook friend-of-friend recently posted the following:To be saved a person must stop smoking, drinking, drugs, and cussing. Attend church on a regular basis, and become a born again Christian. Now are you ready to commit to being a Christian? If not then Hell is your destiny.....If you don't believe me, read your Bible. So …

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Exposing the “Third and Fourth Generation” Lie

It is the aim of Lamb's Harbinger to bring good news to the afflicted/poor, to bind up the broken hearted, to proclaim liberty for the captives and freedom for the imprisoned, & that now is the time of God's gracious favor for all to accept (Is. 61). Some of the religious lawyers and "leaders" in Jesus' day did just …

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5 Restorative Books for The Wounded & Weary Christian

[Click the images to follow their link to point of sale] Joy Starts Here The Life Model is a multi-generational model of redemption and maturity from birth to death. Based on a biblical worldview, incorporating the latest in brain science and best practices, the Life Model effectively provides lasting transformation of identity, character and culture. …

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Befitting Rewards: A Theodicy (Part 2)

In an earlier blog post (Part 1) by the same title, Lamb's Harbinger laid the foundation for explaining God's goodness in the face of physical deficiencies. However, those explanations are admittedly systematic and do not directly address the claims of the afflicted on an individual level. God's ability to redeem evils in order to turn them …

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Control & Worry

What can you really change by control or worry? "Anyone who tries to control everything in his world ends up with a very, very small world." @RickWarren Jesus said, (Matt. 6:25-34)  25“For this reason I say to you, do not be worried about your life, as to what you will eat or what you will drink; nor for your …

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The Anthem of All Christians

“For He is Good; For His Loving Mercy Endures Forever.” 13 and it was the duty of the trumpeters and singers to make themselves heard in unison in praise and thanksgiving to the Lord), and when the song was raised, with trumpets and cymbals and other musical instruments, in praise to the Lord, “For he is good, for his …

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What is Love?

According to a BBC News article, published 17 December 2013, the top Google searches of last year were "Facebook" and "What is love?" With statistics like that, there's no debating we humans have a great need for friendship and to experience love. "What are we if we're not in love?" sings Jon Foreman in his song The …

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No Karma Here, Just Grace

"There is no karma to Christianity."  I have received criticism from other Christians for making that statement before. My accuser's reply was, "What about God and how he makes you reap what you sow? Isn't that in the Bible? It's all the same thing." But, the Buddhist definition of karma is far different from the biblical Christian's …

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