This week Michael Lilborn Williams and Daniel Thomas Rouse revisit a most important part of the Gospel Story, the virgin birth.
Though they never thought they would have to do it, they compare the Gospel Story of the virgin birth written in Matthew, Luke, and prophesied by Isaiah to those who say the virgin birth was either irrelevant or wasn’t true!
They examine Bishop John Shelby Spong’s
After a review from the last episode with Michael Lilborn Williams and Daniel Thomas Rouse concerning the children of God and who was the first child of God (Adam or Jesus), we move our understanding on to discuss when God became a father.
Mirror Bible and Global Grace Seminary make the claim that the Father (God) we know today would never do what the God of the Old Covenant did. Michael and Daniel
Join us as we hear from Don Beres Bartlett and Shean Smith a.k.a. Java Joe.
Shean interviews Don on a passage from Philippians 3. They discuss faith IN Christ as compared to the faith OF Christ and what did the Apostle Paul mean when he said “I count it all as dung”.
Daniel follows up this powerful duo by rehearsing Hebrews 11 — were these really heroes of faith? If yes, who’s
WOW! Get ready for a soul cleansing dose of the Gospel!
Michael Lilborn Williams and Daniel Thomas Rouse continue examining Mirror Bible and Global Grace Seminary doctrines. This week they look at what seems to be their foundational teaching – Adam being God’s original blueprint and ideal creation.
To do this they rewind the story all the way back to Genesis – the story of creation.
Two worlds are discussed in the week’s Powercast — the predestined world and the world of chance, possibilities, and logic.
Michael Lilborn Williams and Daniel Thomas Rouse share their journey of discovering freedom and what it means to live in freedom.
The questioned was posed and answered — are we predestined from the womb? Mirror Bible and Global Grace Seminary’s doctrine
Will you look with us?
This week’s Powercast is all about the story. You can disagree with the story but nobody has the power to change the story. But that is exactly what Mirror Bible, Global Grace Seminary, and the Christian Mystics are trying to do.
Michael Lilborn Williams and Daniel Thomas Rouse are not willing to stand by and allow anyone to reshape the story! This week they examine
Did you know that being hewn from the rock is only HALF of this awesome story? And the other half is in the same verse?
Join Michael Lilborn Williams and Daniel Thomas Rouse as they embark on a contextual study of the Mirror Bible and Isaiah 51:1-3. Content and context changes and explains everything!
Adam was not hewn from the rock! The ORIGINAL design came from the dust. Man’s ORIGINAL DESIGN
This week is classic GR style comparative teaching on Deuteronomy 32:18. Michael Lilborn Williams and Daniel Thomas Rouse compare the teaching on this verse by Francois du Toit in The Mirror Bible and the context of this verse in Deuteronomy 32.
We examine who was the rock, who was made out of dirt, and who was made out of the Rock.
As the comparison is being made a great discovery is made tying
This week Michael Lilborn Williams and Daniel Thomas Rouse open the mailbag and take questions from several Gospel Revolutionaries; Dr. Thomas from India, Bernie Rouse from Michigan and Marcel Roos from the Netherlands.
Questions are regarding the mystical perception of redemption, a personal experience being born again, and a mystical view of God.
This POWER Packed episode is sure to light your fire! Michael Lilborn Williams and Daniel Thomas Rouse hit three hot topics during their verse-by-verse examination of Galatians; faith, works, and the worker of miracles!
These three may not be what we always thought they were!
Come get your miracle!
This week Michael Lilborn Williams and Daniel Thomas Rouse get nerdy at Biblical proportions! They show the value of evaluating Greek prepositions, terms, definitions, interpretations, and manuscripts.
Michael starts by looking at a phrase we discussed last week, from our study in Galatians, “that I might live (unto) God”. Then they touch on “faith in God” vs “faith
This week Michael Lilborn Williams shares a study he has been doing regarding temple worship and a discovery he made regarding the veil between the Holy Place and the Holy of Holies.
Then Michael and Daniel continue the verse-by-verse crawl through Galatians, this week examining, very closely, Galatians 3:1.
How foolish were the Galatians? How did they go from the teachings of Paul to following
This week we heard from Robert May with a great find concerning the “church drama” in Jerusalem and Galatia. He discovered a connection between Pauls comments in Galatians 2 and Galatians 4.
Michael Lilborn Williams and Daniel Thomas Rouse continue the verse-by-verse examination of Galatians by looking at Paul’s rebuke of Peter and the believing Jews in chapter 2.
Tune in as
The study through Galatians continues this week in chapter two. Paul calls those who mixed law and grace “Pseudo-Brothors” and Gospel Perverts! Michael Lilborn Williams and Daniel Thomas Route continue to discover the great division between James, Peter, and John and the Apostle Paul.
Paul proclaimed that he went to Jerusalem to face these three men (by name) because he knew his gospel
Michael Lilborn Williams and Daniel Thomas Rouse open up a new series on the book of Galatians, specifically studying the conflict between the Apostles.
In this verse-by-verse look at Galatians chapter 1, Michael and Daniel show that Paul is addressing the perverted Gospel that James, Peter, and John are preaching. Paul is so emphatic that he calls for their excommunication!
Daniel finds a new
The Gospel Revolution and Michael Lilborn Williams have had a history of using comparatives to contrast the Gospel. In this week’s Powercast we review a few of the comparisons, allowing us to see the Gospel even more clearly.
Michael and Daniel start out comparing the psuedographical writings to the Apostle Paul’s Gospel teachings especially those concerning church authority, government
In this week’s Powercast Michael Lilborn Williams and Daniel Thomas Rouse take a question regarding the return of Christ as mentioned in Daniel 12:2 and in Thessalonians. The answer illuminates more psuedographical writings and two versions of prophecy.
Then the study in Romans 14 continues as they examine the teaching concerning the Judgment Seat of Christ. Michael and Daniel compare four
This week Michael and Daniel discuss a comment on facebook demanding obedience to Pastors and further discuss the reality that authority has been absolved at the cross.
Michael reminds us of a major rebuke from Paul to Peter, James and John specifically regarding food. The discussion in Romans 14 continues as they address the alleged Psuedographical writings regarding food and dietary restrictions.
Join in as Michael Lilborn Williams and Daniel Thomas Rouse continue a verse-by-verse examination of Romans 12 to determine whether or not it is written by Paul or perhaps a Psuedographical writer.
They begin with a recap of the previous studies concerning submission and authority discussed in Romans 13, and the first 3 verses of Romans 12.
As we continue in Romans 12 we discover what type of
Christianity 101 is taught in Romans 12! After eleven beautiful chapters of good news and the finished work of the cross, the tone changes to a “do it yourself” instructional – Christianity 101. Join in as Michael Lilborn Williams and Daniel Thomas Rouse continue the examination of the Psuedographical writings in the book of Romans.
We also hear from Bernie Rouse, with a question
Why did Michael start this week’s Powercast with the above statement and say it with 100% surety?
Michael and Daniel continue their discussion in Romans focusing in on “Submission and Authority.”
They delve into chapter 13 with a verse-by-verse teaching, comparing its instructions to the actual message of the Gospel.
A powerful comparison between what the Apostle Paul taught earlier in the book and what is taught in the thirteenth chapter is uncovered.
This leads us to a logical conclusion about this chapter and perhaps others – that they are pseudographical writings. They were written by someone other than Paul!
Listen up as the Boys challenge all authority!
This week Michael Lilborn Williams and Daniel Thomas Rouse begin a new series examining Pseudographical Writings in the New Testament, which are portions of the New Testament written by people disguised as another. They start by examining the book of Romans, comparing the first 11 chapters with the last 5 chapters. The first 11 chapters gives a Gospel message and the last 5 give instruction about
This week we hear from several Gospel Revolutionaries. Some share how the Powercasts have helped them grow in their understating of the Gospel. Some sent in their questions.
This week Michael Lilbron Williams and Daniel Thomas Rouse address three questions regarding eschatology;
- Why does the Gospel Revolution make the claim that Jesus already came back and is not returning again?
- What about the book of Revelation? Is it speaking of events that are not unfolding?
- What about the afterlife? What will it be like? Will we remember our life on earth?
In closing Michael and Daniel receive a final question that will begin our new study, next week; Is one really living
This week we replay a Powercast from one of our most popular series: The Seven Pillars of Wisdom. This episode deals with Sin and Forgiveness.
This week, on the Gospel Revolution Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett discuss the second pillar of wisdom, which is the Doctrine of Sin and Forgiveness. Here we find that sin was purged in a single day at the cross and hasn’t existed since.
In this week’s Powercast Michael Lilborn Williams and Daniel Thomas Rouse discuss prayer. You will hear stories of their personal prayer lives, how to deal with unanswered prayers, praying in tongues, and how prayer relates to the Gospel.
Michael also clarifies the scriptural story of separation bringing understanding to when separation between man and God happened and how peace is made.
In this week’s Powercast the Vice President of the Gospel Revolution, Nardos Kebede returns to answer for his claims about Global Grace Seminary.
The Gospel Revolution received a letter from a current Global Grace Seminary student who called into question the claims that Nardos made in regards to their teachings and even question whether or not he was a student.
Michael Lilborn Williams
“There is not a single denomination on the planet that can deliver what they preach…” -Michael Lilborn Williams
In this week’s Powercast Michael Lilborn Williams hits the ground running confronting biblical doctrines that don’t line up with the Scriptures. Working from the foundation that our axiom is The Scriptures.
Michael and Daniel talk about confession of sins, baptism
Global Grace Seminary Student speaks out about “The Elephant In The Room” on this week’s Powercast with Nardos Kebede.
Nardos Kebede shares his story about how he went from a Baptist Pastor’s Kid, to a Four Square Bible School Graduate, to a Pentecostal Pastor, to a drop-out student of Global Grace Seminary, all to end up as the Vice President of the Gospel Revolution!
The 2020 Gospel Revolution Christmas Special Program:
- The Angelic Announcement by Michael “Papa” Williams
- In The Bleak Mid-Winter by Robert May
- An Erroneous Idea by Jackie Barnard
- Joy To The World by For King and Country
- ‘Twas The Night Before
After three years of ministry, a death, a burial, and a resurrection, how would Jesus want to prove who He is? Performing miracles? Or just simply teaching the Scriptures?
This week discover what helped Daniel Thomas Rouse escape the false doctrines of Christianity and Christian Mysticism. You will also learn of one of the last times Michael Lilborn Williams heard the voice of God.
What caused Michael to proclaim, “We are the heretics! God has NO plan for your life!”?
- Did God know you before you were formed in your mother’s womb?
- Did he predestine a plan for your life?
- What is the purpose for your life?
Many people spend their entire lives attempting to answer these questions.
In this week’s Powercast, Michael Lilborn Williams and Daniel Thomas Rouse help to answer some of these questions.
Both Michael and Daniel share their experiences of trying to understand the plan of God for their lives.
The Mystical and Christian perspective of God’s plan for our lives are also examined. This discussion leads us to discovering a major mistranslation in the Mirror Bible which effects the understanding of predestination and “the fall of man”.
Click to discover your purpose in this life!
To reenter Earth’s atmosphere, a space craft’s trajectory has to be exact. If it’s not, the ship can’t come back. So too with the Gospel. If one doesn’t thread the needle through the Scriptures, new religions are promulgated. That’s the last thing we need! Behavior modification, prayer, fasting, Old Testament rituals, and the like are all trajectories of religion.
We don’t desire religion. We want the truth! How about you?
This week Michael Lilborn Williams and Daniel Thomas Rouse discuss three different trajectories:
- Christianity — Its trajectory has come into the atmosphere so hot they want everyone to burn!
- Christian Mystics — They have missed reentry into the atmosphere completely and are floating around in space. Anything goes!
- The Gospel Trajectory — Redeeming the Gospel message, allowing all of humanity to enjoy the finished work of the Cross!
If you want to enjoy freedom and the finished work of the Cross then jump on the Gospel ship, join our mission possible, and get ready for the ride of your life! The alternative is a life-long journey of “spiritually-based” behavior modification and always missing the mark. The choice is yours.
What disease was Michael Lilborn Williams talking about specifically when he made the statement above?
This weeks’ Powercast reveals that and so much more!
The episode begins with a profound discussion prompted by questions from two longtime Revolutionaries about why we advertise as a “Christianity Free Gospel” and why and how we confront Christianity.
Daniel Thomas Rouse shares part of his story of coming out of Christianity and why he thinks the method the Gospel Revolution uses is most effective.
Michael also shares why we use the same method to confront both Christianity andChristian Mysticism.
Spend some time with the Boys. It will help you understand why and how we do what we do.
We know you’ve been missing Don Beres Bartlett!
So, this week we are sharing a special teaching
Don presented during the Global Calgary Grace Conference
concerning the New Testament not being inerrant!
Don points out the mismatching stories, teachings, and writings
in the New Testament. These discrepancies are not consistent
with the Scriptures – which as defined by Christ himself
as the Law, the Psalms, and the Prophets.
You are sure to find a firm foundation in the Scriptures as you listen.
Michael Lilborn Williams and Daniel Thomas Rouse start off this week’s Powercast sharing why they hold on to the Good News presented by the Gospel Revolution instead of Christian Mysticism or Christianity.
Log on to find out who Michael was addressing when he strongly suggested to them, “Dudes, get over yourself”!
Then the discussion moves on to the understanding of our freedom. To be truly free one cannot be under authority. Authority is an “old cosmos” principle — it does not apply to our “new world (cosmos)”. Our new master is freedom and all authority has been replaced with service.
Listen and walk as a slave of freedom!
In this episode of the Powercast, Michael Lilborn Williams and Daniel Thomas Rouse explore how Christianity and Christian Mysticism teach from outside of the Bible while the Gospel Revolution works hard to teach what is IN the Bible.
Bringing terminology from outside of the Bible produces “Extra-Biblical Teachings” such as “hell” or the “fall of man”.
Michael and Daniel also compare how people translate the Bible using extra-biblical terminology — as is the case for the NIV or Mirror Bible — instead of translating word for word or paraphrasing thought for thought.
Then they continue the discussion on the Bible Story, showing the beginning, middle, and the end (the ginomai to the telos)!
As Don takes the week off, Michael and Daniel are busy bringing you the Good News!
Michael, Don, and Daniel open up this Powercast discussing the Fall Conference from two weeks ago — all three agree that their cosmos (world) were rocked!
With these new understandings in place and reminiscing on past “aha” moments, they share how the Gospel automatically rewires the brain. Michael states that the Gospel is designed to set the mind free!
Additionally, Michael shares how we are free from authority both divinely and earthly. Those who appear to be in positions of authority are actually servants (with none greater or lesser than another).
Then the trio tease us with a new study in development; understanding completion. Michael brings out two Greek words both translated often as “complete”. One definitely means complete, the other points to a process or a beginning.
This episode is sure to help you live in the new world (cosmos) and to be excited about!
Enjoy this special Powercast as we re-broadcast Michael’s teaching from the 2020 Global Calgary Grace Conference.
Michael Lilborn Williams brings out a discovery that’ll rock your cosmos! Understanding the cosmos is another fractal of the Gospel.
You will learn why Jesus came to save the cosmos, what he saved it from, and how he reordered it.
Get ready to have your cosmos
Join us for this special Powercast as Michael Lilborn Williams, Don Beres Bartlett, and Daniel Thomas Rouse prepare for the 2020 Global Calgary Grace Conference! You’ll hear introductions to what each speaker will be sharing at this week’s conference.
Michael, Don, and Daniel also share some stories about the effects of the Gospel of Peace in people’s lives and church organization
What exactly did Jesus finish when he said, “It is finished”? Michael Lilborn Williams shares his discovery this week in John where we learn exactly what Jesus finished.
Daniel Thomas Rouse takes us into understanding what the will of God is for your life. Is it the right job? The right move? The right church? Or is it something more?
Don Beres Bartlett brings an explanation of what
This week we hear from Pep Washburn as him and Michael Lilborn Williams dialog about the Word of God and presumptions – specifically concerning the way the GR sees and the way the Mystic sees.
We also hear from Jeanie Hope as she summarizes the Gospel of Peace in a few short sentences.
Then Michael, Don, and Daniel dive into Isaiah 60 and Isaiah 45 for a comparative teaching about the Gospel
This week Don shares how the gospel has effected dealing with going blind. He is reminded of John Richard Mull and his experience with cancer.
Michael and Don share some stories on how the gospel impacts ones ability to deal with the challenges of life.
Michael, Don, and Daniel also answer an email in regards to last week’s podcast.
Michael makes a stance for our responsibility to judge doctrines, as we have been judging the doctrines presented by Christian Mysticism.
Prepare your soul for some C.P.R. of the Gospel as you listen.
From Our “God-Was-Never-Angry” Friends:
- You must see the Scriptures through the eyes of Love.
- The Prophets were blinded and therefore did not accurately declare the actions, commands, and character of God.
- Man was always perfect.
- Jesus is simply a “revealing”.
These are lenses that many are trying to force us to see God and the Scriptures through. No thank you.
Michael, Don, and Daniel examine these lenses this week. They also share how silent five certain individuals are in regards to direct questions presented.
After removing these lenses, the Boys continue their discussion of the Gospel of Peace in Isaiah 54. Daniel discovers what the heavenly city is actually describing in the book of Revelation. Michael gets his “preach on”, and Don does what only Don can do!
Turn up the volume and get ready to see clearly!
UPDATE: Since recording this episode, several of the individuals mentioned did end up responding. Log on next week for the continuation of this dialog! It won’t be boring!
In this week’s Powercast we deal with two questions concerning the Gospel of Peace.
#1. What is sin?
#2. What was God so angry about?
Michael, Don, and Daniel define sin both grammatically and scripturally. They also discuss the definition of sin as presented in Romans 3:23 in Francois du Toit’s Mirror Bible. This leads into a discussion of the “Adamic race” and the New Creation — Good Is Not Perfect.
The episode concludes with a few reasons why God was angry while emphasizing the fact that almost 500 times the Scriptures speak of the anger of God and that shouldn’t be ignored.
Listen this week as we all move on into perfection!
This week’s discussion starts with news items like; Jerry Falwell Jr.’s lucrative departure from Liberty University and why Michael thinks a law suit should be brought against the former Liberty University President.
Michael, Don, and Daniel then continue on the Gospel of Peace Path. Michael confronts forced perspectives.
The mystical view and the Gospel Revolution are contrasted via Isaiah 53-54 as a scriptural foundation.
Listen, be encouraged and get yourself saved! #CPRTheGospel
NO ONE has been redeemed, born again, or sanctified in the last 2000 years!
So, why do Michael, Don, and Daniel preach the Gospel?
#1, because it is in their heart to do so.
And #2, because there is power in the revelation!
The Gospel is nothing more than a revelation of the cross and nothing less than the power of God.
This week we discuss why the C.P.R. of the Gospel sounds foolish, and identify who is perishing and who is being saved.
Listen to this week’s Powercast and get amped!
In this week’s Powercast Michael, Don, and Daniel kick off a new series on “The Gospel of Peace”.
Before starting to examine Isaiah 53 and 54 they discuss the different perceptions of the Gospel. Firstly, examining Christian doctrine that says God is still hostile toward much of humanity. Secondly, how Christian Mystics claim that God was never hostile toward man.
In this special Birthday edition of the Powercast – we celebrate Michael’s Birthday by celebrating Jesus.
Michael, Don, and Daniel make some radical statements against a personal relationship with Jesus. They also expound on Abraham’s faith — how even though he waiver at least 10 times, somehow he was still considered great in faith! The conclusion will encourage you.
Not only have we gone off the deep end but now we’ve jumped into the pool with the alligators — at least as far as Christianity is concerned.
This week Michael Lilborn Williams, Don Beres Bartlett, and Daniel Thomas Rouse deal with Biblical terms. Daniel continues his story by sharing how defining Biblical terms in context transformed his theology.
Terms such as; heaven, hell, everlasting,
Raised in a Word of Faith Pastor’s home, Daniel Rouse was destined to follow in his father’s footsteps. From age 12 he began preaching, at age 16 he became a youth pastor, earned a Doctorate in Theology, and then went on to become a Word of Faith Pastor.
But then it all changed! With a life-changing understanding of the Gospel, Daniel left that world behind!
Listen to today’s Powercast
Have you ever wondered why Adam sinned or why there was a need for a new creation? If yes, you’ll want to hear this week’s Powercast!
This week Michael, Don and Daniel discuss what the conflict of the first Adam produced and how through much turmoil something beautiful was created. Through conflict and resolution we are able to discover the power of the Gospel.
Also discussed are the conflicting
In this week’s Powercast Michael hits the ground running by calling out personal spirituality, God-ordained modern day events, and superficial spirituality! Don catches Michael’s contagious attitude calling out Christians and Daniel shares about some of his experiences in the Word of Faith Movement and some prophetic words that were spoken over his life as a young man.
We also received
There has been a mix-up concerning the shake-up! This week’s Powercast is a discussion about an exchange between Michael and Pastor Don Keathly concerning the ‘Shaking’ discussed in Hebrews 12.
Pastor Keathly suggests that the world is being shaken right now to bring about the manifestation of the sons of God. Michael, Don, and Daniel discuss the price of this perspective.
The comparison between Christianity, Christian Mysticism, and Redemptionism continues in this week’s Powercast.
Michael Lilborn Williams, Don Beres Bartlett, and Daniel Rouse turn to Romans 9 to see what the Apostle Paul has to say about the first Adam and the new creation. How were those of the Old Testament created for destruction and wrath while those of the New Covenant were created for
“There is nothing that produces power that doesn’t come from being bound up in turmoil” -Michael Lilborn Williams
In this week’s Powercast Michael, Don, and Daniel take a few questions and comments from you, the listeners. Jeanne Hope asks about the plan before the foundation of the world that God worked revealed through the Scriptures but is still wondering about God’s
You’ve responded and we’ve listened! In this week’s Powercast Michael, Don, and Daniel go over listener responses to our recent discussion on the anger and wrath of God.
Some are saying that the Scriptures are God’s words to us but they are filtered through man’s perspective of God. Others suggest the Law was not given by God but rather given by man, Moses or even
Michael Lilborn Williams invites us all in to a conversation he had with Andre Rabe on Facebook on this week’s Powercast. The topic at hand is God’s involvement with the violent acts of the cross.
Did God have any part in the violence? Was this part of God’s redemptive plan? Did Jesus submit to man’s will or God’s will? Is a violent cross Scriptural or a result of
The Scriptures (the Law, the Psalms, and the Prophets) state ‘God was angry’ hundreds of times. Michael, Don, and Daniel confront this topic head on. Did the scriptures get it right or is this just another one of man’s opinion of God?
Michael offers some challenging points and offers a challenge to all of our listeners.
This week’s podcast is sure to challenge your perspective
Michael Lilborn Williams explains why he stops his series on Ephesians and Colossians before finishing all the chapters. This leads to a discussion on how we view the Scriptures compared to how we view the Bible (and why they are two different things).
This episode starts a new series on the book of Philippians. Michael, Don, and Daniel strip Bishops and Deacons of all their Supernatural powers!
The Holy Trinity discuss a comment left on Michael’s video on The Gospel of Peace. There was so much to discuss from someone who doesn’t agree with the Gospel according to Paul but does agree there are “two views of the good news”.
The comment accuses The Gospel Revolution as being followers of Paul and not Christians in anyway! Michael was thrilled with this accusation.
Nap time is over! This week’s Powercast is a wake up call to all humanity. It’s time to wake up to your righteousness that is found only in Jesus.
The study in Colossians continues as Michael, Don, and Daniel encourage each of us to wake up to our righteousness and put to sleep the deeds of self-righteousness.
Don’t be lulled to sleep, listen to be awakened!
This is an episode you don’t want to miss! Discover what Michael, Don, and Daniel were willing to give up in order to know the Gospel of Peace. This episode is filled with stories of the glory cloud, angels, gold dust, Holy Ghost feathers, spiritual gifts, miracles, signs and wonders. Michael, Don, and Daniel all visit memory lane with stories of their time in ministry that included the miraculous,
This week we replay one of our most popular episodes from the series; The Seven Pillars of Wisdom, discussing The Doctrine of Fulfillment.
Michael Lilborn Williams and Don Beres Bartlett answer emails from Bola Muyis and Bernie Rouse and we also get to hear from Robert Orr. A number of things are discussed in this show like Preterism and Futurism, and there is also a very revealing segment of the
This week we welcome in a new personality to our weekly podcast, Daniel Rouse. He will be working alongside Michael and Don each week to bring more C.P.R. of the Gospel.
This week the study in Colossians continues in chapter 2. Michael Lilborn Williams and the team expose an enemy at work in the 1st Century Church, and one that continues to this day, legalism. We will learn how to deal with those
Do you want to live under the Divine Order — that is the law and religious traditions — or do you simply want to enjoy the Divine? That is the question presented by Michael Lilborn Williams and Don Beres Bartlett in this week’s Powercast.
We continue our study in Colossians chapter two this week with an unforgettable episode that is sure to expose religion and reveal your identity
Michael Lilborn Williams and Don Beres Bartlett hit the rewind button on the study in Colossians. We back track to chapter one to shed more light on the mission of salvation by the Apostle Paul building upon the redemptive work of Christ on the cross.
The salvation process that leads to knowledge of our redemption is the heart of the Gospel Revolution.
Michael and Don along with the Apostle Paul
“You don’t understand the Gospel unless you understand everyone is redeemed.” -Michael Lilborn Williams
In this week’s Powercast Michael and Don continue the study in Colossians following up on the longest sentence in the Bible!
Then moving into chapter two they discuss the value in seeing the world redeemed and equal.
Listen to discover your heart’s connection to God and everyone else!
In one lifetime the Gospel of Jesus Christ decayed from a transformative message of the finished work of Christ to a behavior management program.
In this week’s episode the study in Colossians continues. Michael Lilborn Williams and Don Beres Bartlett unveil that Paul was commissioned to bring the Gospel message to all men, even those who witnessed Christ’s death. Paul was the educator
This week’s study continues in Colossians Chapter One. By examining just eight verses, Michael Lilborn Williams and Don Beres Bartlett are able to walk us through two creations, the work of the cross, and the current condition of humanity.
They examine the preeminence Jesus has in ALL of creation and how that effects ALL of humanity.
The discussion in Colossians continues this week as Michael Lilborn Williams and Don Beres Bartlett discuss the difference between “wishing and hoping” and knowledge.
Michael brings out a powerful truth to help you live a successful life TODAY rather than hoping for a bright future, someday in heaven.
Tune in for a mind renewing dose of the C.P.R. of the Gospel!
Michael and Don open up this weeks episode with an update on the future development of the Powercast and take a few questions from our listeners.
This is the first episode of the new study in Colossians. This week they examine Paul’s statement that he “heard of their (Colossians) faith in Christ Jesus”. The discussion then moves on to comparing our personal faith to Christ’s faith.
This week we replay one of our most popular episodes from the series; The Seven Pillars of Wisdom, discussing The Doctrine of Scripture. In this episode, we learn what Jesus referred to as scripture, what the writers of the New Testament books wrote and what qualifies as scripture.
- The Hebrew Scriptures
- The Bible
- The New Testament
This week we are re-posting a podcast from April of last year.
It is time for the human race to accept responsibility for who we are and what we do” -Michael Lilborn Williams
Within each of us lies untold treasure, the ability to change the world, and a truth that can set the captive free. In this Powercast Michael and Don bring us an understanding of ‘The Storehouse’.
Don Beres Bartlett opens up with a question posed on Facebook concerning the “unforgivable sin”. Together with Michael Lilborn Williams they explore the context of this statement and provide a few questions of their own.
To close out the teaching on Ephesians they visit chapter five to discuss the mystery of marriage and if this was actually a teaching of Paul, one of his disciples,
Why did Michael Lilborn Williams say, “This was an atomic episode”?
Listen to the three major discoveries Michael and Don stumbled upon in this week’s study on the Book of Ephesians;
1. The power that works in the church
2. A major misinterpretation found in Ephesians chapter 4
3. What happens in Paul’s books when he wrote “Amen”!
Can our faith grow? Do we possess the faith to create miracles? Or is faith a fixed landmark?
Can we get more love? Do we earn more of God’s love? Or is love a fixed landmark?
Can we grow in grace? Do we advance from one degree to the next? Or is grace a fixed landmark?
As Michael Lilborn Williams and Don Beres Bartlett wrap up our Ephesians study in chapter 3, they answer these questions
Peter and Paul both received revelations of the Gospel but their interpretations were very different. Michael Lilborn Williams and Don Beres Bartlett once again compare these two contentious views of the Good News in this week’s Powercast!
This power packed episode is loaded with gems from Ephesians Chapter 3 – The Gospel According To Paul.
Tune in to find your boldness and confidence.
In the first half of this week’s Powercast Michael gives a tease for the upcoming series on ‘believing’. Michael and Don discuss the difference between belief and knowledge and introduce the idea that our understanding of believing is founded in Christianity and this is yet another term we must reclaim for the Gospel.
In the second half Michael and Don continue the study in Ephesians
Whether you are circumcised, uncircumcised, gay, straight, natural or unnatural — whether you believe or don’t believe, all of humanity has been corralled into ONE. We dive into this reality with a study in Romans 10 and Ephesians 2.
Michael Lilborn Williams and Don Beres Bartlett hit a home run with the first episode of the year! Tune in for your C.P.R. of the Gospel.
In a blast from the past, we reproduced what we think is the best ever Christmas podcast we have produced. From 2014, please enjoy!
Merry Christmas everyone! In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett go through the lyrics of some popular old Christmas carols only to see them afresh and discuss the gospel messages that are actually found in carols sung by many over the years but
The discussion of Ephesians continues in this week’s Powercast. Michael and Don expound on how to fully understand the Gospel and why Christianity doesn’t understand. The path to understanding the Gospel starts with understanding what it means to “believe” — which is to give Jesus FULL credit.
This understanding brings a wonderful redemptive reality of who we are in
Why doesn’t our believing effect the work of the cross in our lives? Why did God decided to save all of humanity? These are the questions that Michael Lilborn Williams and Don Beres Bartlett take on in this week’s Powercast as they continue the series on The Book of Ephesians.
Tune in now for this week’s soul-cleansing C.P.R. of the Gospel!
This week’s Powercast kicks off discussing an article written by Dr. Mario Murillo that reveals that the Gospel is spreading at a rate that has Christians concerned! Of course Michael Lilborn Williams was thrilled to hear this news.
The discussion on Ephesians 1 continues this week emphasizing the definition of believing which is to give credit. Michael lays out the conditions to be considered
This week we thought we would share some Old Gold from the series “The 7 Pillars Of Wisdom” from 3 years ago. In it, Mike Williams and Don (Beres) Bartlett discuss the first of the Seven Pillars of Wisdom: The Doctrine of Redemption. In this Powercast, we get an in-depth view of redemption as well as salvation and why it is such an important part of wisdom.
The Gospel message is a life or death matter! In this week’s Powercast Michael Lilborn Williams admits to once preaching a “gospel” message that quite literally, cost people their lives.
Michael and Don Beres Bartlett then pick up their teaching from last week on Ephesians and bring some mind-renewing truths.
If you want to know why the Gospel Revolution is a Christianity Free Zone listen to this weeks episode.
This week’s Powercast is a double-whammy! Michael Lilborn Williams and Don Beres Bartlett expound on two terms; change and believe.
Do people change or are we born complete, holy, righteous, and blameless? A question that many spend a lifetime searching for the answer — but it’s found right here!
As Michael and Don look deeper at the Greek word defined “believe” in
Michael Lilborn Williams and Don Beres Bartlet come back with a bang!
In this week’s Powercast we learn about those who are attempting to Perpetuate the Promise instead of living in its fulfillment by looking at the statement in Ephesians – “we who first trusted in Christ”. What does it mean to trust in Christ? Who were the first? When did this take place?
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In this week’s Powercast we get a sneak peak at the first session from the Calgary Conference.
Michael Lilborn Williams gives an in-depth look at the authorship of Hebrews and why it plays a crucial part in helping us understand the teachings presented in this powerful book.
The remainder of the conference sessions will be released and ready to download in the near future.
This week’s Powercast starts off with a message from Pastor Benny Hinn. Michael and Don discuss the radical statement Pastor Hinn makes regarding the prosperity message. Michael also shares some personal encounters he has had with Pastor Hinn.
Michael and Don also finish the verse-by-verse teaching of the book of Hebrews with a discussion on “The Ideal Conscience”. You can be
Michael Lilborn Williams and Don Beres Bartlett start out this episode by recapping the previous episodes, including what happened outside the gates. They share how Christianity has mutilated the Gospel by trying to take what happened in the city (law) and mix it with what happened outside the city (grace) and has created a Frankenstein Gospel!
Also in this episode they made a new discovery on why
We take a break from our normal Powercast schedule to bring you a classic teaching from Michael Lilborn Williams. This is the first of the four part teaching on Predestination.
In this series, Mike Tackles the word “predestination” in the light of the gospel as opposed to traditional Christian theology. Find out who was predestined and when, and also find out what roles faith and hope play
In this episode we take a journey back to the first century as Michael Lilborn Williams and Don Beres Bartlett walk us through the timeline of the very first Gospel Revolution.
You will learn the back story to the book of Hebrews, how it came to be written by Apollos, and some history of the characters involved in this revolutionary story.
In the first segment of this Powercast, we learn about those who contributed to the book of Hebrews. Aquila and Priscilla, Paul, John, and of course Apollos. Michael Lilborn Williams and Don Beres Bartlett discover who these characters were and what each contributed to this profound book.
As the discussion of Hebrews chapter 13 continues we are taken to hell… well Gehenna actually, just outside
Stop playing in the ashes! If you listen to Christianity, you’re left playing in the ashes, if you listen to this Powercast, you’re going to hear of the finished work of Christ — which sounds better to you?
In this episode Michael Lilborn Williams and Don Beres Bartlett tear through more of Christianity’s alien doctrines and bring a clear precise message on the finished
In this week’s episode we hear from two of our Gospel Revolutionaries at two very different places in their journey of freedom. Michael Lilborn Williams and Don Beres Bartlett help identify the self-righteous rituals taught in Christianity and show us the way toward freedom.
The Apollos Project continues as they conclude Hebrews 12 speaking of the voice that shook the heavens and the earth
“If you don’t have the Gospel of Peace, you have no Gospel at all!” -Michael Lilbron Williams
This episode is all about peace. Michael and Don show us that we don’t have to live on the Mountain of Terror rather we can live in the City of Peace. Michael shares some very personal stories of friends and family who struggled to find peace and his own journey toward the Gospel
All that was made perfect, holy, righteous, and sinless through the work of the cross remains that way. However, religion, specifically Christianity, has made many forget the accomplishment of Christ and therefore left many living under the elements of the Old Covenant.
In this week’s episode Michael Lilborn Williams and Don Beres Bartlett continue the Apollos Project in Hebrews chapter 12
Are you weighed down by sin? Fearful of judgment? Weary? Downtrodden? Then strengthen your hands which hang down because this is the episode for you!
As Michael Lilborn Williams and Don Beres Bartlett return to the Apollos Project (Hebrews 12), we are taken down memory lane as they point out the Old and New Covenant comparison Apollos makes repeatedly in this influential book. Get ready for some
Michael Lilborn Williams and Don Beres Bartlett hit it out of the park with this phenomenal discussion on how the Gospel effects our lives. Michael and Don both share their personal experiences of learning to navigate through life that both started with learning to negotiate with themselves. They present an understanding that will encourage you to be at peace with ones self and with those around