Skip to content

WadeTaylor.org Posts

The Power of Choice

Wade E Taylor

“And He said to them all, If any man will (willingly choose to) come after Me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross daily, and follow Me.”  Luke 9:23

Each of us who desires to personally know and serve the Lord must first make this life changing decision to “take up our cross.”  When we willingly do this, our present relationship to the Lord, and also, our eternal position in the ages to come, will be greatly affected.

Our Becoming Transparent

Wade  E  Taylor

“And before the throne there was, as it were, a sea of glass like crystal: and in the center and around the throne, four living creatures full of eyes in front and behind.”  Revelation 4:6 NAS

This speaks of “overcomers” who are in the midst of, and round about the Throne.  These are seen as being as a “sea of glass,” or as being totally transparent in the presence of the Lord. 

Our Attaining to that Which is Best

Dear Friends in our Lord’s Purpose and Calling,

Each month I highlight one article written by my dad, Wade Taylor. As we begin the new year, I am praying earnestly as to what truths would be most helpful to set our hearts on.

The sense of “a new beginning” inspires many to make resolutions and decisions as they seek to attain that which is best in their lives. This month’s article speaks into that desire, giving keys to help maintain the quality of our spiritual life, guarding the progress we have made.

But the Lord Said

by Nancy Taylor Warner

Loren Cunningham, founder of YWAM, wrote a book titled, Is That Really You, God? This is a question we all can relate to at one point or another in life. In fact, through the years, from time to time I have left this book sitting on a table where I can see the title, as an expression of my own heart to the Lord. Loren said that as a

Divine Guidance

by Nancy Taylor Warner

David wrote in Psalm 31:1, “In Thee, O Lord, do I put my trust.” I have come to understand that the trust he is talking about is measured not only by the warm feeling as we sing hymns in church on Sunday, but by the choices we make throughout the week. Those choices and how we will make them, is greatly determined by the inner posture of our heart.

Waiting on the Lord

by William F Taylor

“And therefore will the LORD wait, that He may be gracious unto you, and therefore will He be exalted, that He may have mercy upon you: for the LORD is a God of judgment: blessed are all they that wait for Him” Isaiah 30:18.

“Waiting upon the Lord” is a key to a victorious, overcoming life.  Throughout the Psalms, whenever David found himself in difficult circumstances, he constantly reminded himself to wait upon the Lord.

Praise in Everyday Life

by William F Taylor

Doing God’s will in our everyday lives is a key to making our lives a symphony of praise to Him.  God’s will for our everyday lives is expressed very clearly in Ephesians chapters four through six.  Here God’s plan for our lives is revealed in three critical everyday-life areas; (1) my individual, personal life; Ephesians 4:1 – 5:21 (2) my life with my family; Ephesians 5:22 – 6:4 and (3) my life at work, Ephesians 6:5 – 9.

Becoming a Witness

by Nancy Taylor Warner

A quote from my dad, Wade Taylor, who is now with the Lord:

“We are called to attain to the quality of the life of Jesus. In ‘that day’ when we stand before Him at the Judgment Seat of Christ, our life will be ‘measured’ against His life. We will not be graded ‘quantitatively’ by all that we

Our Calling

by Nancy Taylor Warner 

My voice shalt thou hear in the morning, O Lord; in the morning will I direct my prayer unto thee, and will look up.” Psalm 5:3

As I have been looking at the book of Revelation, I am reminded that the purpose of John’s writing is to bring us into a deeper revelation of the Lord Jesus Christ and an understanding of the certain, beautiful and victorious conclusion of God’s plan of redemption.

© 2020 Parousia Ministries - CLICK HERE for our Copyright Statement.

Contact: nancy@wadetaylor.org



SiteLock