How would you define religion? I suppose there are many ways it could be defined. Some might describe it as belief in a god or group of gods. To others it might be an organized system of beliefs, ceremonies, and rules used in the worship of a god. There is nothing inherently wrong with these definitions. The one I like best, however, is provided by Bruxy Cavey in his book The End of Religion. Bruxy writes,
“Religion is exposed as our attempts to reach God.” 1
That sums it up nicely. But where did that start? I believe we can find the beginning of religion within the first few pages of God’s story.
Too many of us think we are merely products of our past. We believer our lives are simply a culmination of all the things, good and bad, that have happened to us since the day we burst on the scene.
While there is certainly some truth to that, for those of us who live under the Reign of King Jesus that is only part of the story. Because of our union with the King we are no longer limited to our past. Our true identity is now found in our relationship with Him and the glorious future He provides.
In this four minute video, Bruxy Cavey, Teaching Pastor at The Meeting House, shows us how we can live in our future today. What he shares will assist us as we seek to live in the Reign.
Recently I shared a video in which Bruxy Cavey, Teaching Pastor at The Meeting House, helped us in sharing our faith with more confidence. In this five minute video, Bruxy shares some real gems on how to be a credible witness for the Lord Jesus Christ.
Do you struggle with bearing witness to your faith in Jesus Christ? Are you afraid you won’t know what to say, or that someone might ask a question you don’t have the answer too? If your answer is yes, I would say you are in line with the majority of those who follow the King. Most followers struggle with their witness in one way or another.
In this short video, Brother Bruxy Cavey helps us out. In his own witty way he takes off a lot of the pressure we put on ourselves where witnessing is concerned. I’m sure you will be glad you took the time to watch it.