spiritual world

What’s the Problem?

“But your iniquities have separated you from your God; your sins have hidden his face from you, so that he will not hear.” – Isaiah 59:2 Yesterday we answered the question, “Where am I?” as it pertains to having a Kingdom worldview. Today, we are going to discuss the third of four essential questions that a worldview seeks to answer: “What’s the problem?” As much as we live and move in a spiritual world where nothing is impossible, we’re cut off by sin and shame, so we can’t fully realize our potential. We sin, and then we feel shame, and then we feel separated from each other, so we sin more and feel even more guilt. We get hurt by one another, and pride gets in our way, so we refuse to have mercy, grace, and forgiveness toward others, which makes it harder for us to come to the Lord. 

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Where Am I?

“For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse.” – Romans 1:20 Yesterday we talked about the first of the four questions that a worldview must answer: “Who am I?” Today, we will speak of the second fundamental question of a worldview: “Where am I?” When you are in Christ, you are in the Kingdom of God spiritually, and you’re in the Father’s world physically. This planet belongs to Him, and it’s pulsating with life and teeming with growth and motion! Everything that you see happening — flowers blooming, animals playing, humans loving and being loved — is the demonstration of a spiritual reality in a material experience. In other words, what is visible is a shadow of the actual reality, which is divine and intangible. When you

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