Monthly Archives: January 2015

How to see the world

By Fr. Michael Carl There’s a Massachusetts-based company that created a whole line of products, stickers, signs, t-shirts, etc. that are emblazoned with the slogan, ‘Life is good!’ The optimism of that slogan is commendable and in many ways, life … Continue reading

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Tozer on Not Being Like the World

‘Modern Christians hope to save the world by being like it, but it will never work. The church’s power over the world springs out of her unlikeness to it, never from her integration into it.’ A. W. Tozer    

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How do we see the world? In need of revival

By Fr. Michael Carl Imagine for a moment that you are taking a poll. So you go downtown in any American city and ask people, ‘What do believe is the condition of the world?’ What kind of answers do you … Continue reading

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Why is it always revival?

By Fr. Michael Carl The headline for the weekly column… ‘Why does this column always talk about revival?’ Many column inches of Christ the King’s weekly article have been devoted to news round-ups to illustrate the country’s condition. The listed … Continue reading

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Quotes on Revival

From Sermon Index through Revival School… “I know that some are always studying the meaning of the fourth toe of the right foot of some beast in prophecy and have never used either foot to go and bring men to … Continue reading

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It’s still Christmas; still time for revival!

By Fr. Michael Carl Last week we talked about how the Christmas Season actually begins on Christmas Day until the day of Epiphany, which is roughly, interestingly enough, 12 days. (This is the origin of the song, ‘The Twelve Days … Continue reading

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