Nate takes a look at Luke chapter 4. Was Jesus really in a struggle with the devil, or was it his own ego after 40 days without food? Either way Jesus learned that their was more important things in life than self pleasure and the "wants" of the world. So forget yourself and start living a life of power!
Nate takes a look at Mark 11:12-25. He discusses how we rob God and are also lacking in faith. Take a fun fascinating backyard trip through this common scripture.
Nate talks about forgiving yourself, loving yourself, and being kind to yourself. This is a message from the heart. We cannot be effective as Christians and walk in the love and light of Christ when our own love and light is covered by guilt and shame.
Happy St Patrick's Day! All you wannabe Irish people who just want another excuse to drink. Please be safe out there! OK, Nate takes on the division of flesh and Spirit, looking at the text from Luke chapter 8 which describes the transfiguration of Christ from an esoteric perspective. Enjoy, and stay inspired!
The first comedy by Nate Sprott, The Backyard Preacher in this no holds barred event of religious proportions feel free to be offended.
Tragedy strikes and we cry out why God? Why God? We lost our puppy yesterday at the hand of a vicious dog while our Ebony just wanted to love and play. Ebony never knew a stranger neither did our Lord. Both gave their lives, listen with a tender heart the story of Ebony our beloved puppy.
Nate talks about the fight between the flesh and the Spirit. The battle of our true selves and that of the illusion of ego which tries to take over our lives. We succumb to pain then use a variety of vices based on our animalistic biology to place a bandage on a wound that can only be healed through Christ.