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Jason Harris

Jason loves to communicate God's word both in the local church and at conferences and retreats. Jason has been involved with Worship Music since 1996 and InFocus since 2005. Jason has degrees in theology, music, accounting, and research and is currently a PhD candidate and lecturer in the College of Business, Law, and Governance at James Cook University, Cairns. Jason is also a pastor at CrossPoint Church. You can contact Jason at jason@teaminfocus.com.au.

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    Albert Garlando

    Your second last paragraph is spot on!
    … and, I think, a rather unfortunate telling of the blindness and depravity of sin.
    It’s a case of “I will literally accept everything except that which literally demands that I literally repent of my literal sin and literally surrender to the literal Lord Jesus.”

    Al.

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    Jason

    Thanks for the comment Al. I think you’ve nailed it that it is a matter blindness and depravity. We humans will take any out we can find when the pressure of conviction starts.

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    Jolita

    Not a bad post, Jason. Very thought-provoking. Thanks for that! =D

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    Jason

    Glad it provoked you to thought Jolita. =)

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    Robert Apps

    Hey Jason, where are your funny clips from You Tube that you add to your posts? Bring back the video clips!

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    Jolita

    Um, Jason, what exactly are you hinting about me!?!

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    Jason

    Jolita, Just using your words! =P

    Rob, lol I’ll work on it!

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    Albert Alcoceba

    The danger however – lies when some Christians mis-interpret the Word of God and twist it so serve their own agenda (rather than God’s) and can use God’s Word for evil.

    And why is it that many Christians only seem to see the parts of the Bible they want to see. All they see are the parts rebuking sin, but rarely stopping to preach about all the many verses which show God’s awesome love for us and his forgiveness and mercy! The “love” in the Bible is often discarded and only “hate” is preached. Why?

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    Jason

    Very good questions Albert. You might have just inspired another post on this topic. =P

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    Jolita

    Hmm, Jason – sounded a bit suspicious to me…Still does, come to think of it! =P

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