Plain Talk with Dr. Steve McVey

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The word "god" means different things to different people. Is there a God and, if so, who and what is God? A cosmic consciousness? A personal deity? An energy field that fills the universe? In this episode, Steve draws from quantum physics, popular new age thought and the Bible to compare and contrast the real meaning of "God."
Many people think that God's love depends on what we believe and how we behave. This leads to a needless struggle toward a more moral lifestyle. When we understand what divine love really is, we become free to relax and just be ourselves knowing that whatever changes our lives may need will come by what Love facilitates in us and not by our religious determination.
The greatest roadblock that keeps us from experiencing Divine Love is the sense of separation. Many of us believe that God is out there while we are here. But what if I told you that there has never been a moment when the Creator has been distant from us?
What is the wrath of God? The Bible does talk about it so how do we reconcile divine wrath with the fact that God is love? That’s what I talk about in this Plain Talk podcast. After you listen, let me know what you think about it in the comments section.
To live from out of the State of Grace is to transcend a thought-driven lifestyle and being held inside our brains. It is to learn how to reject false external messages that come to us and learn how to hear the Eternal. It is to get out of the head and live from the heart. So much of what has been imprinted in our brains debilitates us. In this episode, Steve discusses the importance or reprogramming the mental templates that drive our lives in a wrong direction.
The message of religion is that there is something inherently wrong with us and that we need to try harder to become better by letting God help us. Is it by dedicating ourselves to God that we become what we ought to be? Or is it possible that our real need is simply to know who we already are at this very moment? Join Steve McVey as he talks about this subject.
What is the pathway into experiencing the "state of grace?" In this edition of "Plain Talk," Dr. Steve McVey talks about the importance of seeing the distinction between living in time and living out of eternity. Without getting that understanding, we will never live from the divine union we possess.
One of the worst things religion has told us has to do with sin. The subject has been used to terrify and control people, keeping them from turning to the God who is Love. In this episode, Steve McVey talks about the real meaning of sin and how changing our minds about it can transform us.
Properly understanding God is important because our viewpoint will shape every other perspective we have in life. On this edition of "Plain Talk," Dr. Steve McVey discusses the equality that exists among the Trinity and how that can guide the way we relate to each other.
It's not enough to move beyond unconsciousness and semi-consciousness into consciousness in life. It's only when we move into Transcendence that we are free from struggling to become and simply BE. That place is where you were made to live and is accessible when we understand. This episode describes being free from the struggle to become more and what it means to rest in the beautiful reality of who we already are.
To live in the State of Grace is to experience life as it's meant to be known. It is to rise above the superficial experiences of physical senses and to live from Ultimate Reality. It is the place everybody instinctively wants to enjoy but don't know how to find. In this episode, we discuss the phases that bring us into full awareness of that transcendent life.
Jesus came into the religious world of His day telling them that they had it all wrong when it comes to understanding God. The outcome was His crucifixion. He’s doing the same thing today and they still don’t like it.
A thought-driven life can lead us in the wrong direction when the input isn't helpful. Voices come from our environment constantly. We have to come to the place where we hear the still, small voice inside us.
Church, parents, teachers, and other leaders have knowingly or unknowingly communicated messages to us about ourselves but did we get it right? A wrong understanding of your value can be debilitating for life unless it is changed. In this program, Dr Steve McVey speaks to this issue and describes how to know our truth worth.
The polluted message about God is that He is first and foremost a divine judge, but the pure truth about His nature is that He is a God who is most interested in loving relationships.
I don’t believe in the same God that I did 25 years ago. That god is a judgemental and an angry god. He was a bookkeeper who scrutinized every action and every thought. He was so angry in fact, that he sent his son Jesus so that he could let out all of his rage. In this podcast I am going to share with you the revelation I had when I found out who God really is. The revelation that God is love and not an anger filled judgemental God, completely changed my life. Join me as I share my thoughts and share with you my journey.
Religion tells us we are here to serve God but nothing could be further from the truth. The One who created everything by His own Word hardly stands in need of anything, especially frail humans to serve Him. Then why are we here? Why did He bother to create us? In this program, Steve McVey discusses that question.
I consider myself a recovering legalistic. That’s because I grew up in a religious system that served a god that I no longer believe in. I no longer believe that god is angry, judgemental, and rigid. What I have found to be the truth about God from what I grew up believing is as different as if I completely changed religions. In this episode I share why and my discovery of who God is.
In this episode, Dr. Steve McVey talks about a time on a sail boat when he heard a musical composition being played across the lines of the boat by the wind. Perfect harmony, perfect pitch, perfect music. Some scientists promote string theory, which presents the universe as nothing less than a cosmic vibration. Listen to this podcast and you'll hear not only about the composition but also the Composer who wrote the whole song.
Submission is a word often used in church as a weapon against women in their marriages, but what if there is a better way - a more Godlike way - to understand the subject. Well, there is and that's what Dr. Steve McVey talks about in this episode of "Plain Talk."
The apostle Paul used a vulgar word to describe the religious activity that people use to try and make spiritual progress. They think God wants one thing when what He wants is totally different from what many have though. We need to change our minds about who God is and what He wants from us. This program discusses that.
Scientists tell us that 96% of what is around us is unseen and not understood. It's called "dark matter" and "dark energy." What if this all pervasive presence that governs the universe is nothing less than the love of God? Join Dr. Steve McVey as he discusses the subject on this edition of "Plain Talk"
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Aug 29th, 2016
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May 1st, 2017
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