Jesus+Nothing=Everything, John MacMurray


John MacMurray in this interview shares his insights into the Gospel. He is a full time nature photographer, the author of “A Spiritual Evolution”, and organizer facilitator and speaker at Open Table Conference:

“The A.D.D. Gospel”

“Jesus Plus Nothing Equals Everything”. As soon as we add anything to the Gospel, we have taken something away 

Jesus is the perfect lifeguard. He rescues all his drowning children.

Spirit is our breath & life which is why he says “I will never leave you”. He simply can’t!

The Fall = our spiritual blindness which is Death. The last enemy to be destroyed is this death!

John MacMurray shares about the Incarnation at 2018 OTC:

In 2019 John used  the video The Backwards Brain Bicycle : – to talk about the areas we need Metanoia and deconstruction?

Jeremiah 1:9 Then the Lord reached out his hand and touched my mouth and said to me, “I have put my words in your mouth. 10 See, today I appoint you over nations and kingdoms to uproot and tear down, to destroy and overthrow, to build and to plant.”

What needs uprooting and tearing down, destroyed and overthrown in our lives? In the church? And then what needs to be built and planted?

Unconditional Love

There is nothing that you can do that could make them stop loving you. There is nothing that you could do that could make them love you more.

Jesus could not have brought us higher or closer to himself? Wrapped up into the Life of the Trinity!

Supernatural Prayer, Brian Orme

Welcome to this very exciting conversation with Brian Orme! We talk about our Identity in Christ, the meaning of “Mystic”, Supernatural Prayer, and the centrality of Joy in our relationship with God!

Imagine asking God, “What’s on your heart Father? What’s on your mind?” And then have him give you a vision of the location of a Cartel in Mexico and asking you to pray for their capture. A week later you see their capture reported on the news!

Connect with Brian @ – “The Mystical Collective”

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Topics we cover in this episode:

What does being a Mystic mean to you?

The importance of Joy! Scripture declares: “The joy of the Lord is your strength!”

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Inner Healing with Tim Wright

Tim Wright

Tim Wright is a Prophetic Singer/Songwriter. We thought we were going to do a talk entitled: “How to Wright a Prophetic Song with Tim Wright”, but it turned out to be an Inner Healing Session instead.

Tim and I start out by talking about the importance and centrality of Joy in our spirituality and we share some of our favorite Scriptures on the topic. We then dive deep and talk about our inner pain and struggles with feeling rejection and abandonment. Even in the middle of our depression and “going through hell”, Jesus never left us or forsakes us.

We hope this talk blesses you!

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Unconditional Love in Jesus, Nancy Testimony

Nancy and I are joining with Jesus to build bridges with the New Age tribe. Nancy came out of the New Age community and found true life, forgiveness and grace, deliverance from torment, and intimacy with God. You can too!

I had told Nancy how much I questioned the approach toward the New Age that many (Steven Bancarz in perticular) have taken. It seems to me it is the complete opposite approach Jesus is leading me to take. Some come with the burning bridges approach of “everything is evil” while I am hearing from Jesus that he wants to affirm what those in the New Age do have right and build bridges. He wants to give the “New Age” community a big hug and bring them into the Kingdom. And tend to think that many who consider themselves new age will experience the Kingdom long before most “Christians” will!

Nancy’s response:

About Steven Bancarz, he’s doing what he’s gotta do I guess. He had a huge new age platform so it was natural for him to come out like he did. Rough and raw, he needed to tell the world about his freedom and warn others about the lies. I give him a lot of slack.

It’s confusing, because as we said, new age/Satan uses some of the same words as we do. He’s a copy cat. Steven’s video on mystics for example. The word mystic means something different in new age.

It was a hard road for me not to feel danger in certain words. And since it’s our words that release life or death, ex new agers reject the ones that caused death to them.

Oh God is so good! Glory! I really love words, the true meanings, the roots, the Hebrew and Greek!!! It’s wonderful to have my mind renewed! Thank you Jesus … YOU are the word of God (word- divine expression) ohhhh GLORY to You my God

Because new age is intellectual, the demonic experiences in the words become etched in the mind of an ex new ager and they need lots of renewing! New age touched everything in my life! It was a “new” way of thinking about everything! When I had my bon fire everything went. When you come out of new age your eyes are open to truth and to the demons! They had fun trying to scare me! Lurking, sneering, mocking. It was crazy.
Yeah, I didn’t have to look for a demon under every bush they were in my face! Ha!

Most Christians refuse to listen to me when I warn them about dabbling in new age. It’s so hard to watch them when they slowly get deceived or lukewarm. These intellectual demons draw people away by their lust for knowing. In God, in Christ, are hid all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge. The anointing teaches us all things so nobody needs to teach us. Woohooo!

When I came out of new age and into the church folks were asking me about vitamins and herbs and I had to tell them it was like opening a Pandora’s box for me. I knew herbs and vitamins were not bad, but God was directing my mind to spiritual healing. We could spend the rest of our lives seeking truth about healing and mental/emotional stability with natural things and psychology when Jesus already did it! Boom! done! That’s who I am now!! Yippie!

Col. 3. If you are risen with Christ, seek those things that are above where Christ sits at the right hand of God. Set you affection (exercise the mind) on things above, not on things on the earth. Exercise the mind…..hmmm yes

I’d rather partake of the leaves of the tree of life to heal the nations. I like to do that! It’s very exciting!

Moving on to a fresh word of God for today! LOL

There are
The greater works
That take more than one person to do
No more
Jesus sent folks out two by two
God will give us
That other person
Like a spouse
We will procreate
Releasing His life on earth
Making all things new

Dreams and Visions with Catherine

Catherine (a cohost here on Sozo Talk Radio) and I, Daniel, sat down to discuss the importance and role of dreams and to share a few prophetic dreams with you. Catherine is a teacher and laid out some great wisdom regarding dreams in the beginning of this episode. This is not for the fast food spiritual junkies. We pray you enjoy spending some time with us on this most important and fun topic.

Job 33:14-18 New Living Translation (NLT)

14 For God speaks again and again,
    though people do not recognize it.
15 He speaks in dreams, in visions of the night,
    when deep sleep falls on people
    as they lie in their beds.
16 He whispers in their ears
    and terrifies them with warnings.
17 He makes them turn from doing wrong;
    he keeps them from pride.
18 He protects them from the grave,
    from crossing over the river of death.

Below is the Scripture that Catherine felt led to share regarding her profound dream she shared:

1 Peter 5 (TPT)

Now, I encourage you as an elder, an eyewitness of the sufferings of Christ, and one who shares in the glory that is about to be unveiled. I urge my fellow elders among you to be compassionate shepherds who tenderly care for God’s flock and who feed them well, for you have the responsibility to guide, protect, and oversee. Consider it a joyous pleasure and not merely a religious duty. Lead from the heart under God’s leadership—not as a way to gain finances dishonestly but as a way to eagerly and cheerfully serveDon’t be controlling tyrants[c but lead others by your beautiful examples to the flock.

Her dream she shares is not to be missed and has such a vital message for the Next Great Awakening! Stay tuned and Subscribe for more on Dreams and Visions!

Night Owl Bible Study (John 10)

Thanks for listening. This is the most epic Night Owl Bible Study thus far.

Live broadcast on Facebook and Youtube @ 9:30 pm CST on nights that I can.

I really appreciate the interaction with others and the questions people may have. I am not the answer guy. I don’t like or take that approach.

This all began because I wanted to marinate my mind more in the Scriptures and invite others into the journey of ever deepening friendship with God and with each other. As you will discover in this episode, there isn’t much of a difference.

Note on Elohim: Plural form of God. Whenever we read “God” in Scriptures it refers to Elohim – a plurality of God who is One.

Flood the World With Forgiveness, Brian Zahnd

I propose a real viable plan for World Peace! Flood the World With Forgiveness! Much can be learned from the Reconciliation Courts in South Africa post Apartheid. Many such stories in this conversation.

Interview With Brian Zahnd

Brian Zhand is a full time pastor, author, and would be mountaineer and is the founder and lead pastor of Word of Life Church, a non-denominational Christian congregation in Saint Joseph, Missouri. Brian has authored several books, including:  Sinners in the Hands of a Loving GodWater to WineA Farewell To MarsBeauty Will Save the World, and Unconditional?: The Call of Jesus to Radical Forgiveness and, most recently, Postcards From Babylon.


The Call of Jesus to Radical Forgiveness

Interview Questions:

What is one of the most moving examples of forgiveness you have encountered?

One of the phrases that most stood out to me in this book Unconditional was that Jesus and the apostles were focused on us becoming Christian, not becoming a Christian. 

How do we become Christian? To become a true follower of the Way of Jesus?

How would you define forgiveness? What does it even mean? What is Jesus asking us to do to forgive 70 x 7? 

I loved all the examples you shared from more recent history:

Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu found a way to live out the Lords Prayer on a national level. Forgive us our sins as we forgive those who sin against us. Page 81

Restorative Justice!

Reminds me of the Scripture, “He who conceals his transgressions will not prosper, But he who confesses and forsakes them will find compassion..” Proverbs 28:13 NASB

Pope John Paul forgiving the man who shot him and visiting his brother in prison.

The Amish of Nickel Mines visiting the wife of the murderer offering comfort.

Corrie Ten Boom facing one of her captors from the concentration camp in Ravensbruck. She was in Munich Germany sharing a message about forgiveness and one of the cruelest guards from the camp came forward after her talk. Read Page 32

How do we teach our children to turn the other cheek?

I have a friend Bill Vanderbush who wrote a book called Reckless Grace (Check out that Interview HERE) based primarily on a verse you highlighted in the final pages of Unconditional:

“Peace be with you. As the Father has sent me, so I am sending you.” Then he breathed on them and said, “Receive the Holy Spirit. 2If you forgive anyone’s sins, they are forgiven. If you do not forgive them, they are not forgiven.” John 20:21-23 NLT

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Gospel of John Bible Study (CH 1)

Welcome to this new Bible study with Daniel Lovett. Download the podcast and listen at your convenience.

We will be studying the Gospel of John out of the Passion Translation. I have interviewed Brian Simmons on Sozo Talk Radio! It is one of the episodes I encourage people to listen to more than most. Why? Because the Bible is an important part of our spiritual journey. The Bible is an introduction into this wonderful relationship we can enjoy with God. It points to Jesus.

I am reminded of the Scripture where it says, “Christ, who is your life…”


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Lifestyle Christianity, Randy Larson Testimony

When I first heard about what God was doing in Randy’s life I knew I wanted to share his story on Sozo Talk Radio. I trust you will be inspired as I am by Randy’s story.

One thing Randy highlighted is this phrase from Scripture that has been worked deep into his life:

“A Hope That Does Not Disappoint”

This is from Romans 5:1-5.

“Therefore, since we have been made right in God’s sight by faith, we have peace with God because of what Jesus Christ our Lord has done for us. Because of our faith, Christ has brought us into this place of undeserved privilege where we now stand, and we confidently and joyfully look forward to sharing God’s glory.”

“We can rejoice, too, when we run into problems and trials, for we know that they help us develop endurance. And endurance develops strength of character, and character strengthens our confident hope of salvation. 5And this hope will not lead to disappointment. For we know how dearly God loves us, because he has given us the Holy Spirit to fill our hearts with his love.”

Todd White & Lifestyle Christianity

Below is a documentary movie about Todd White and Lifestyle Christianity:

Todd White was a big inspiration to Randy’s transformation. It began with a challenge Jesus gave him to share “Jesus loves you” with a stranger everyday. At first this seemed incredibly awkward but his commitment soon grew to praying with people at least once a week. Soon it grew to become a lifestyle.

Randy shares the four pillars of this lifestyle:

“Presence, Power, Truth, & Love”

Randy has also been influenced by Todd White’s mentor Dan Mohler. Below is a video hosted by Lifestyle Christianity on Youtube:

Dan Mohler often teaches about living out of our identity in Christ and Christ being formed in you as we radically love others. Randy and I discussed some of his messages about not succumbing to the black hole of self pity. Randy emphasizes that it is okay to grieve the losses and wounds that were never supposed to happen, but also to have the maturity to not wallow in it. We must learn to forgive what needs forgiving and move on into victory!

Immanuel Prayer

Randy has an amazing story he shares in this interview where he practices what is called “Immanuel Prayer”. I had learned about such things from Brad Jersak years ago at a Vineyard conference. (Here is my interview with Brad in which we actually discuss the concepts which by some have been dubbed “Immanuel Prayer”). It was lovely to be reminded of this very relational approach to prayer. Pastor Patti shares about this in the following video!

There were so many other amazing things that Randy and I discuss including witnessing miracles and healings. Tell me what you think of this interview and I invite you to peruse some of the other interviews on this website.