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NEW RELEASE: When Life Begets….Paperwork?

The following is a letter by Jay Ferris. It is in response to someone asking about a “membership agreement” for his house church. Whether you agree or don’t agree with Jay’s response, hopefully it will provide challenging food for thought … Continue reading

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Religion is systematic slavery

Systematic Theology is an oxymoron. God is not a system. God is Spirit! “God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth.” – John 4:24 The citizenship of the Kingdom of God is … Continue reading

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The Zeal of God: Part 2 – NEW RELEASE

Continuing this on restoration zeal, we don’t need to tear anything down. We are too late for that. Jesus tore every barrier down about 2,000 years ago; now all we need do is plunge boldly through it all. It’s a … Continue reading

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Relationships From God ~ 2 Problems

Just as with the new birth, relationships that come from God are not a matter of human decision or husband’s will. That is, they are not calculated or contrived at a human level. They are born of Spiritual passion – … Continue reading

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NEW RELEASE: Misguided Zeal

Dear blog readers, I’m excited to share that in the coming weeks we will be digging out some new writings of Jay Ferris, not previously published here on the website. Some will be short clips taken from longer writings or … Continue reading

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Kingdom Authority Works By Honor

In our last post we spoke about the priority of being over doing. In this post we want to explore the difference between the authority of doing and the authority of being. I’ll begin by “cutting to the chase:” Authority … Continue reading

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Revisiting Cana Afresh

“On the third day a wedding took place at Cana in Galilee. Jesus’ mother was there, and Jesus and his disciples had also been invited to the wedding. When the wine was gone, Jesus’ mother said to him, ‘They have … Continue reading

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