Total Man (Part 2)

This is Part 2 of Total Man. Please read Part 1 here.
The law of visualisation says you must see it before you see it. That’s because you can edit yourself. You have the capacity to become what you see. You can write your history in advance. And so to maximise your potential as a man you must learn to use your imagination, you must be creative. And you must learn to reason analytically. You can’t do Twitter reasoning.


Total Man (Part 1)

There are four men mentioned in scriptures. There’s that bloke we all know from Genesis, the guy named Adam. Then there’s the mediator between God and mankind – the Man Christ Jesus. 1 Timothy 2:5. He is sui generis – a very unique man. Then there’s the recreated man Paul wrote about in 2 Corinthians 5:17. You’ve been taught a lot about this man in church. Lastly, there’s the man of sin, the personage popularly referred to as Antichrist. 2 Thessalonians 2:3-10. The man we’re dealing with here is the bloke from Genesis, Adam. He’s the mechanical engineering template for mankind.


Cogitation IX: The Makeup Of Man

I am spending some time thinking about the makeup of man. It’s something we assume, something we generally take for granted. It’s us after all. We are what we are, we’re who we are. Yet a critical lack of awareness can negatively impact destiny. A lack of awareness impinges spiritual understanding. “A man who is held in honour, yet who lacks spiritual understanding and a teachable heart, is like the beasts that perish.” Psalm 49:20 AMP.


In The Beginning (Part 1)

In The Beginning – another free chapter from The Genesis Project, a new book by Leke Alder. The Universe and everything we see is made up of matter. Matter did not exist before the beginning of time.  It was created “in the beginning.”  If you are a frequent traveller like I am, you may have Read more about In The Beginning (Part 1)[…]

What If God Did Not Exist?

That is a very, very big theological question. But as you’ll see it’s also a scientific and philosophical question too. The simple and straightforward theological answer is, you won’t be alive to ask that question if God didn’t exist. But we seem to be getting ahead of ourselves, let’s back up a little. —— One Read more about What If God Did Not Exist?[…]

What If Adam And Eve Had Repented?

What if Adam and Eve had repented? Could the curse have been reversed one might ask, after all God is merciful? But the issues in the Eden Scandal were very complex. So many legal and constitutional issues thrown up. The resolution would prove tough even for God and it would take millennia. But we seem Read more about What If Adam And Eve Had Repented?[…]