Sharing in The Master’s HappinessIf by some very unique way I was able to transport myself back to the spring of 33 A.D., to ask this Jewish Rabbi from Nazareth a question or two, exactly what is it that I would ask Him? What would be my most important thoughts or real life, pressing personal crises that would drive me to seek after Him as He and His selected disciples were making their way from Bethany, to celebrate the High Holy Day of Passover in Jerusalem?…See More
Humility and Serving OthersThe Master having all authority over all things invites the disciples to consider one of the most revolutionary spiritual new norm of greatness within the Kingdom of God. He examines their hearts and motives in an effort to communicate to them and all other disciples to follow, that greatness, preeminence and a sense of importance come by humility and service.…See More
Learning to Bridle those Cravings that Divide Our HeartsWhether you are a faithful follower of The Messiah or not, each human being throughout their respective life journey will have one or more deep-seated “heart desires” that at times, until actualized, may interfere or deny an individual, deeper spiritual walk in one’s faith.…See More
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Rev. Thornton, Because I may be on the road tomorrow, I wanted to make sure that I wished you a Happy Birthday. May the LORD Adonai bless you on your special day and everyday. Keep up the great work in the kingdom and I am excited to meet you at the conference. Blessing to you and yours my brother.
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