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(This series was recorded September 2010 in Atlanta, GA.)
Truly I say to you, unless you repent
(change, turn about) and become like little children
(trusting, lowly, loving, forgiving),
you can never enter the kingdom of heaven (at all).
Matthew 18:3 Amplified Bible
What did Jesus mean when He said "become like little children?" As good "adults," we are ever operating as if we know and are in control. We have no desire to be vulnerable children, yet that is the requirement for entrance into the kingdom of heaven. The safety, provision, protection and authority of every believer hinges on this verse. So what does it mean to become a true child of God?
This series is a rich unfolding of the love of our heavenly Abba for His children. Martha Kilpatrick passionately - and practically - reveals the cost and reward in becoming a little child while dismantling the "adult" misconceptions about authority, faith and relationship so prevalent today.
This series was compiled from recorded Messages of the Month: May & November 2003.
As the Lord's beloved, we are called to wait, rely on and receive from His imparted strength on any matter or circumstance. This process brings us face to face with the abyss of our need and our utter dependence on Him. This fact alone frightens even the courageous and sends most into the deceptive arms of activity for safety and solace.
Lean on Your Beloved is a word of comfort as well as encouragement, that His Arms are waiting to embrace you - to be the strength you so desire and the life you so desperately need.
Hear how to be changed, to know God as God, and be mighty in the Kingdom.
This series is an excerpt from The Good Shepherd series - messages 7, 8 & 9. In light of our Podcast Episodes #2 thru #6, we are making these three messages available apart from The Good Shepherd as they specifically deal with the areas of the heart that these podcasts delve into. The complete set of 12 messages (The Good Shepherd series) more completely deals with the issues and solutions surrounding inner healing of childhood wounds.
The most binding relationship in one's entire life is of the child to the parent. The reaction of a child to the parent is: "I will never do that." We wanted our parents to be God, and we're bitter with them because they were not.
The great crisis of the Christian life is dealing with family.
God is in direct competition with your mom and dad
to be the parent of your life.
If you want Him, the work of dealing with parents must be done.
Repentance is simply opening the door to God!By: Martha Kilpatrick
• This series was compiled from recorded Messages of the Month - May, June & October 2007.
"True repentance that goes to the bottom
of your very being, that becomes an agony,
is rare anywhere."
(from Beginning at the Beginning)
Most believers dread repentance. We don't want to find out we're wrong. We don't want to discover that the whole thing is our responsibility - we made a mess and it's our fault entirely. We don't want to know that! And yet without repentance, we are lost, for it is the only way to God. Everything hinges on repentance, including the blood of Christ. So if you find yourself staggering under the burden of unrelieved guilt, or unresolved bitterness and rage, or the ever-growing weight of self-justification, here is a solution.
Three clear, foundational teachings from Martha Kilpatrick on the key to entering the Kingdom, this series is a loving, personal revelation of the often ignored and misunderstood gateway to God, repentance.
"God did not call you to make a Christian out of your child.
God, and only God, makes Christians."
Martha Kilpatrick, Love Your Children
Thousands of articles, books and series exist to tell parents how best to raise their children, using various methods and formulas and techniques. This is not one of those teachings. God wants to parent your child through you, and no method or good idea can accomplish that. Parenting, like every other aspect of life and living, turns on the heart.
"I learned all of what I do know from failure." Sharing from her own experiences with gut-level honesty, Martha offers encouragement, hope and guidance for any and all who struggle with parenthood. Here is wisdom gleaned at the feet of the Only True Parent.