New BodyLife Posted:

The February 2007 issue of BodyLife has just been posted at the Lifestream website.

The lead article is titled Windblown: What Life in Jesus Looks Like and is an extended look at what Jesus was trying to communicate with Nicodemus the night they met to discuss the kingdom. Living in the fullness of Christ is not a matter of embracing theology ritual, or ethics but to engage him by the Spirit and follow him wherever he leads. There’s also some wonderful letters there from many of our readers who are on some amazing journeys, as well as some new information on new things going on around Lifestream.

With this issue we also include two different downloadable PDF files—one for printing and one for viewing. We hope this issue encourages you to keep to the journey God has put before you and draw you into his life and grace.

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  1. Peter February 1, 2007 at 6:56 pm

    Thanks Wayne, I love these!!!

  2. Peter February 1, 2007 at 9:56 pm

    Thanks Wayne, I love these!!!

  3. Steve February 2, 2007 at 5:29 am

    Wayne, I am so glad that the Wind blew us in such a way as to cause our paths to cross.

  4. Steve February 2, 2007 at 8:29 am

    Wayne, I am so glad that the Wind blew us in such a way as to cause our paths to cross.

  5. Steve February 5, 2007 at 5:45 am

    I wonder if, like the wind which touches every person, the reach of the One who blows on whom He wills has been immensely underestimated. My guess is that mans religious thinking, because we tried to box the wind, has only succeeded in boxing in our own understanding of the reach and power of Gods plan….a plan built around His love and mercy, not a divine mandate to get it right through ritual and dogma.

    There is no where the wind doesn’t reach and in all of the structures we build, the power of the wind often proves so much stronger as it sometimes reduces the strongest of them to mere splinters and crushed stone. That is the way I see God’s love. It reduces everything else to mere dust. The One who wills that none perish still blows…on whom He wills….and we often don’t see it coming or going but that doesn’t prevent it from having its desired divine effect.

    Grace & peace

  6. Steve February 5, 2007 at 8:45 am

    I wonder if, like the wind which touches every person, the reach of the One who blows on whom He wills has been immensely underestimated. My guess is that mans religious thinking, because we tried to box the wind, has only succeeded in boxing in our own understanding of the reach and power of Gods plan….a plan built around His love and mercy, not a divine mandate to get it right through ritual and dogma.

    There is no where the wind doesn’t reach and in all of the structures we build, the power of the wind often proves so much stronger as it sometimes reduces the strongest of them to mere splinters and crushed stone. That is the way I see God’s love. It reduces everything else to mere dust. The One who wills that none perish still blows…on whom He wills….and we often don’t see it coming or going but that doesn’t prevent it from having its desired divine effect.

    Grace & peace

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