Into the Pray

Season 2: Work For Reformers (Intro)

July 16, 2020 Nick & Mairi Franks Season 2 Episode 1
Into the Pray
Season 2: Work For Reformers (Intro)
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Into the Pray
Season 2: Work For Reformers (Intro)
Jul 16, 2020 Season 2 Episode 1
Nick & Mairi Franks

Into the Pray is back with Season 2!

This is the intro episode for the brand-new season that we're calling, "Work for Reformers".

The prophetic people of God are often paralysed by a fear of youth and inexperience and a political spirit that wants us safe, controlled, predictable, quiet, silent, impotent and lukewarm.

But our Bible tells us to eagerly desire the gifts that the Spirit gives (still He does this: present, continuous), especially the specific gift of prophecy.

Guys, this is for all of us, not just one sinewy figure of mystery who approaches a king or queen occasionally. 

Think about the prophetic people of God assembling for a new thrust of reformation! A new, historic receiving of the gift of prophecy, en masse, that would be capable of uprooting the rotten roots of theology and of ecclesiology etc that destabilises the whole Bride. 

Apologies because we forgot to read out Mairi’s very neat writing from her notebook for the areas we’ll be covering over this season, so here they are:

  • forgiveness and reconciliation are not the same thing 
  • The damage of Christians calling for forgiveness while obstructing reconciliation 
  • Jesus puts dialogue at the centre of reconciliation. What makes good dialogue?
  • False notion that some relationship is better than none
  • Family relationships
  • Romantic relationships
  • Knowing that you need to forgive someone but not sure how
  • Marriage - when a new union is made changes happen in relationships. The principle of leaving and cleaving 
  • Resisting forgiveness and the result of prayerlessness 
  • God knowing your heart vs people seeing your life

Please let us know if there are any other areas that you’d like us to dig into!

Check back for episode one next Friday (6am), oh, and please leave us a review and tell a friend.

Maranatha

p.s. For the full teaching session on Jeremiah 1:1-10, please go to www.firebrandnotes.com/blog

Show Notes

Into the Pray is back with Season 2!

This is the intro episode for the brand-new season that we're calling, "Work for Reformers".

The prophetic people of God are often paralysed by a fear of youth and inexperience and a political spirit that wants us safe, controlled, predictable, quiet, silent, impotent and lukewarm.

But our Bible tells us to eagerly desire the gifts that the Spirit gives (still He does this: present, continuous), especially the specific gift of prophecy.

Guys, this is for all of us, not just one sinewy figure of mystery who approaches a king or queen occasionally. 

Think about the prophetic people of God assembling for a new thrust of reformation! A new, historic receiving of the gift of prophecy, en masse, that would be capable of uprooting the rotten roots of theology and of ecclesiology etc that destabilises the whole Bride. 

Apologies because we forgot to read out Mairi’s very neat writing from her notebook for the areas we’ll be covering over this season, so here they are:

  • forgiveness and reconciliation are not the same thing 
  • The damage of Christians calling for forgiveness while obstructing reconciliation 
  • Jesus puts dialogue at the centre of reconciliation. What makes good dialogue?
  • False notion that some relationship is better than none
  • Family relationships
  • Romantic relationships
  • Knowing that you need to forgive someone but not sure how
  • Marriage - when a new union is made changes happen in relationships. The principle of leaving and cleaving 
  • Resisting forgiveness and the result of prayerlessness 
  • God knowing your heart vs people seeing your life

Please let us know if there are any other areas that you’d like us to dig into!

Check back for episode one next Friday (6am), oh, and please leave us a review and tell a friend.

Maranatha

p.s. For the full teaching session on Jeremiah 1:1-10, please go to www.firebrandnotes.com/blog