When we begin to be touched by the reality of God wanting to know us as individuals, it is the “living word“, Jesus, who is speaking to us. Jesus is the totality of God‘s presence here in this world. In the world’s system of definitions logos is defined as a statement, sentence or argument used to target an audience by employing reason or logic.

The Logos of God is the person of Jesus Christ who created the world we live in.
He reveals to us our true identity as called out and chosen vessels. He causes us to be able to believe in the living redemption He offers and then supernaturally be born again into a part of the body of Christ.

There is another word used in scripture called Rhema.  This refers to an utterance or thing said in Greek. It is so important that we understand the difference and significance of these two words. Jesus himself is the Logos, the living word. We can hear the Rhema, written word of God, read it and meditate on it and still never be able to be more than Bible scholars. It is only as the living word, Jesus Himself, calls out to our spirits and we respond to His living call, that we are immaculately conceived and born again. As Adam died through his conscious choice to act on something he knew to be a lie, we consciously choose to act on the truth of God to us in Jesus total payment for Adam’s wrong choice. We are then resurrected into a newness of the life God originally planned for us. In Psalm 139, the Scripture tells us that God wrote down in His book every one of our days. He, God, says to us in Jeremiah 29:11 “for I know the plans I have for you, plans for good and not for evil: plans to prosper you and give you hope and a future.”  And so, we must embrace all of what is written in the Rhema word of God. We must allow Jesus, the living Logos Word to come into us and re-create us into the spiritual Body of Christ. The Bible tells us in Galatians 2:20 “For we are crucified with Christ, Nevertheless we live, yet not us but Christ the (Logos Word) lives in us and the life we now live in the flesh we live by the faith of the son of God who loved us and gave Himself for us.” Let us praise God for His perfect plan through the Rhema and Logos words that shows us the way, tells us the truth and gives us the life!



Holy and anointed one
Breathe new life into my soul.

Glorify your presence here as you transform and make me whole.

It is your will, your way I seek. It is a brand new goal.
Not striving for a worldly place, just looking steady into your face.

Glorify your presence here as you transform and make me whole.

Please burn intensely in my heart, please clear and cleanse the dross; until the only thing that’s left is what you gave me on the cross.

You are the Way, the truth, the life.
Anoint my eyes to see:
your path which leads away from strife and brings me into brand new life.