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!
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
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.
- 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!
#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!
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
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