Put on your thinking cap for this one, folks! It goes deep and gets plenty meaty.
“If you see God, you see humanity. And if you see humanity, you see God.” Michael summarizes the detailed discussion contained in this Powercast with this amazing statement. It is all about how God imposed himself on Christ and then on humanity after the resurrection. As lovely of a thought this is, Michael
Oh, Boy! What a Powercast!! You have been forewarned…These show notes only begin to describe the power contained in one incredible 90 minute podcast.
Do you want to be released from the bondage keeping you down in your mind?
You are going to want to listen to this one and share it a lot. Someone commented on our teaching about the angels with a “So, what?” So, what? This is a HUGE
The inaugural Powercast of 2023 commenced with Michael retelling how he realized he was no longer a Christian. We enjoy Kate Benham singing “I Am Not a Christian”, which was recorded live over ten years ago at a summit we held in Houston, with the “GR Choir” joining in!
Then Michael has strong words for those who are trying to do spiritual things.
One of the hallmarks of Michael and Daniel’s forays together online, is that there is lots of giggling and flat-out laughter. Why? Because the absorption of all this gospel is making them happy! And laughter is like good medicine, right?
It seems especially true in this spectacular show to close out the year, even when discussing some pretty serious issues. For example, just on this program
“I think my ‘COVID brain’ is gone!”
You will concur with Michael’s self-assessment in this most unique, surprising “Christmas Edition” of the Powercast and never hear a stronger, more glorious and, frankly, pointed teaching of the “Christmas Story” and defense of the Hebrew Scriptures than this one. “Crap on the Hebrew Scriptures! Come on,
“Faith make no statement about who is going to heaven,” says Michael in the midst of this week’s Powercast. Then he repeats that two more times. Why did he emphasize this so and why did he quote our late great Don Beres Bartlett’s famous line, “The wages of gin is breath”? Log on and learn!
Before the boys continued their search for eternal life and a ticket to
There’s a lady who’s sure
All that glitters is gold
And she’s buying a stairway to heaven.
The opening lyric of Led Zeppelin’s classic “Stairway to Heaven” begins a song that is just one of innumerable examples of how much the topic of heaven and eternal life has penetrated popular culture because of religion’s influence on society. You can hardly watch the
It took Michael 52 years of ministry to learn this. But he did. And here it is!
On this Thanksgiving Weekend in the United States, the fellas commence this week’s Powercast celebrating “the unsearchable riches” and articulating their gratefulness for the transition from religiosity to freedom.
We’re reminded how consistent. persistent, repetitive immersion in the Gospel has
“I remember when I realized people were terrified to take responsibility for their own lives,” says Gospel Revolution Founder and President Michael Lilborn Williams
This memory came to Michael at the top of this week’s Powercast as he and Daniel discussed the other side of freedom which is often not considered – personal responsibility. As Daniel completes his stay in the
Daniel pays a visit to the Secret City, and our language geeks really got after it! This Powercast is just the start of the fruit of their study and time together.
The program begins with the revealing of their new research on what ends up being “The Revelation of Jesus Christ”, NOT the Book of Revelation.
“I’m one with Hitler, not because of deeds. I’m one with Hitler because of Christ,” Michael reminds us in this week’s Powercast.
Suggesting you “buckle-up” before listening to this podcast, would not do these 78 minutes justice. There may never have been a session filled with thought-provoking and poignant points presented by the President and Founder of
the study of the origin of words and the way in which their meanings have changed throughout history.
Whether you’re a “language geek”, like Michael and Daniel or not, we trust you are benefiting from their etymological study of the origin and evolution of biblical “dog-whistles” like “end of the world”, “the lake of
There are so many pivotal moments and subjects in the history of the GR. We are in one of those now as we “pursue eternal life”. That’s how huge is this topic. It is Gospel Revolution 2.0, indeed!
Another major turning point was many years ago when we saw ALL the Scriptures – the actual Scriptures – the Hebrew Scriptures were about one man, the God-man, the Master, the
For two guys who admittedly are going down this road of researching and revealing “eternal life” with “trepidation” and “eyes wide open”, our dynamic duo sure do get after it with zeal and boldness.
This Powercast begins with an ancestry update on Michael’s prostitute second great grandmother and her massive Kansas City pugilist judge of a grandson who “used
What a unique Powercast podcast! For the first time in a long time, we learn Michael recently received a phone call and a prayer request from a friend for their healing. And he prayed “liked the old days”.
Why did he did he pray, something he has said has not been a practice of his for many years? Well, frankly, the reason he did pray is at the heart of this show and the Good News. “We’re
About this week’s Powercast, Michael made the claim in the most recent Bonus Room Study (linked below) that “It’s one of the most dynamic things you’ll ever hear”. If a statement like that could be an understatement, this one is.
The only way you will understand how profound this podcast actually is, would be to hear it. So, please listen and share it with friends and
This may be your favorite Powercast podcast ever. It caused Daniel toward the end to exclaim, “Phew, Michael you’re on fire!”
These incredible 78 minutes commence with Daniel describing his weekend driving NASCAR and the irony of his dad’s “bucket list” item. We hear: why Michael detests monarchies but couldn’t keep his eyes off the coverage of the Queen’s
noun: criticism; plural noun: criticisms
- The expression of disapproval of someone or something based on perceived faults or mistakes. “He received a lot of criticism”.
- The analysis and judgment of the merits and faults of a literary or artistic
work. “Alternative methods of criticism supported by well-developed
There are two types of criticism above. The Gospel Revolution eschews the first one. The latter? For us, it’s a “daily practice”.
Michael and Daniel begin this Powercast articulating
Islam teaches “Jesus”. You can do anything with “Jesus”. You can make him a personal Lord and Savior, which is nowhere in the Bible. We know his name wasn’t even “Jesus”. His name in Hebrew was actually Yeshua, Joshua in English. Then if you apply our vernacular, we could more accurately call him Josh, “The Lord Josh”! That would be more precise
“Society’s go through these frequent rotations in and out of hysteria, where all reason seems to have gone out the door. We appear to be in one of those times now.”
Thus, begins this Powercast as they boys hit the ground running. Michael uses his recent viewing of a program about the Salem Witch Trials as a launching off point and agrees that back-in-that-day he would have been