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Spiritual Assayers

Testing the faith of believers and challenging them to give all to Jesus

  1. A Picture of Self

    by , November 28th, 2017 at 10:00 AM (Spiritual Assayers)


    This is Milo. If you have read Wilderness – How to Marry Jesus in 10 Years or Less you learned that Milo is our dog. He is part lab, part pit-bull and 100% alpha male, with all the necessary equipment intact. He has been a wonderful companion, loving protector and difficult thorn in our side ever since God brought him into our lives. Milo is a baby and ...
  2. Not My Will

    by , November 27th, 2017 at 10:53 AM (Spiritual Assayers)
    The most important part of us is our will. You may argue otherwise but consider this. The will is so important that Jesus tells us about it in His Prayer, “Our Father Who is in heaven, hallowed (kept holy) be your Name. Your kingdom come, Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven.” Matthew 6:9-10. He also refers to His will when He was in the garden, “Saying, Father, if You are willing, remove this cup from Me; yet not My will, but [always] Yours be done.” Luke 22:42. So the ‘will’ of ...
  3. Battle Strategy: Thankfulness

    by , November 26th, 2017 at 06:17 PM (Spiritual Assayers)
    Imagine if you will a wagon with a driver being pulled by two horses. The two horses are your mind and your emotions. The driver is your will and the cart is your body. The two horses, your mind and emotions, will take your body, the cart, wherever your will, the driver, wants to go. Simple, right? It would be simple but there is one thing missing from our picture and that is the invisible spirit and ‘self’ that sit, hidden, on each side of the driver whispering instructions into his ear. Listen ...
  4. Definition of Wilderness

    by , November 26th, 2017 at 08:08 AM (Spiritual Assayers)
    When we started on our journey in 2007 we had a vague idea of what a wilderness season in God meant. We had read many of the Christian classics, Tozer, Guyon, John of the Cross, Thomas a Kempis, Theresa of Avila and others describing wilderness seasons. From there we learned a little about what a wilderness looks like but we never truly knew until we went through it ourselves. With our experience in this area I will attempt to define what wilderness is, and is not, for our current time. This will ...
  5. Bearing Testimony

    by , November 25th, 2017 at 10:42 PM (Spiritual Assayers)
    One of the key lessons we learned when we were on our wilderness journey was how to bear testimony. Bearing testimony means that you witness something and then tell others about what you witnessed. Witness and testimony are words we hear often used in courts of law because they have legal implications. In the spirit being a witness and bearing testimony also has a significant legal element as well. As we journeyed God taught us that we were to be a witness and bear testimony for God and to God. ...
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