Sharing God's grace to walk in fullness of identity and power

Purpose Blog


Clarity reveals beauty and brings freedom — Bas Rijksen

The purpose of this blog is:

  • To make a lasting impact in the world together with a like-minded community.
  • To share about God’s unconditional love and grace in order to help Christians live from their divine identity, walk in confidence and operate in God’s supernatural power.
  • To question everything that is not in line with Jesus Christ and His finished work in the cross.
  • To expose traditions of men, doctrines of devils, and every high thing that exalts itself against the knowledge of Christ.
  • To encourage Christians to think for themselves, study the Word and receive personal revelation instead of blindly accepting what traditions of man have told them.
  • To build a platform for dialogue, learning, launching e-books and offer training.
  • To offer resources and a pool of speakers who live and teach based on Christ and His finished work.

The purpose of this blog is not:

  • To tell you what is true. The Holy Spirit leads us into all truth, not me. Yet, He uses me.
  • To question the motives or character of people who hold beliefs that I question.
  • To make you dependent on my insights or beliefs. We depend on the indwelling Spirit.
  • To have you agree with everything I write and say. Everyone has flaws in their views and beliefs, myself included. Nobody has it all together. Only Jesus does. Therefore, we look and listen to Him for answers.

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Grace and peace,

Bas

 

Comments

  1. Chris LeMay says:

    Bas,

    Just wondering why you have stopped posting on your website and facebook…the truths you shared were encouraging…hope all is well

    PeAcE

    Chris

  2. Bas,
    Thank you.

    I hadn’t been aware of many of the ways I had been trying to ‘get my faith right’ still being upset by my inability to completely ‘surrender all’, upset by my judgement of my ‘performance’.
    It was such a huge relief to find out that Jesus has already done it all. It was like finally drinking the refreshing, effervescent lemonade in the bottle instead of studying and puzzling over the written label. Being able to REST from striving, from thinking I should be able to do better, but unable to.
    I keep re-reading the teachings and re-reading my bible with new insight. I am finding I am often subtly misdirected from the incredible and wonderful ‘are you sure – ‘it’s too good to be true! ?’ Truth.

    • Bas Rijksen says:

      Hey Louise, so cool you have burden taken of your shoulders by realizing that Jesus did it all for you! No more striving, but resting indeed! Haha. Bas

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