Beast Mode vs God Mode


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In our latest episode of the Radio Coffee House, host Clint Armitage takes us on a journey from Beast Mode to God Mode. This episode is a must-listen for anyone looking to understand the profound difference between natural abilities and spiritual gifts.

We all know what Beast Mode is—those moments when we tap into our natural abilities to achieve extraordinary feats, whether on the football field, in the boardroom, or in any other area of life. Beast Mode is about pushing our limits and maximizing our potential. But what if there was something even greater? Enter God Mode.

Clint explains that God Mode transcends our natural abilities by tapping into spiritual gifts given to us by the Holy Spirit. These are not talents we are born with but divine abilities bestowed upon us when we surrender to God. Unlike Beast Mode, which is often self-serving, God Mode is designed for the common good and God's glory.

The episode delves into First Corinthians 12:4-7, which outlines the various spiritual gifts and their purpose. Clint emphasizes that while Beast Mode can impress and inform, God Mode transforms. A naturally gifted teacher, for instance, can convey information effectively. However, a teacher operating in God Mode can bring about spiritual transformation in their students.

Clint also shares practical advice on how to identify and utilize your spiritual gifts. He encourages listeners to look for activities that bring them joy and fulfillment, as these are often aligned with their spiritual gifts. Moreover, he stresses the importance of surrendering to God, allowing His power to work through us to bless others.

One of the most compelling parts of the episode is Clint's discussion on the freedom that comes with operating in God Mode. When we use our spiritual gifts, we can release the outcome to God, alleviating the pressure to impress others. This freedom allows us to focus on serving and glorifying God, which in turn brings us immense fulfillment.

Clint illustrates this concept with a quote from Eric Liddell, the Olympic runner featured in the movie "Chariots of Fire": "I was made to run. When I run, I feel God's pleasure." This quote encapsulates the essence of God Mode—using our gifts to bring joy to God and transformation to others.

So, whether you're an athlete, a teacher, or anyone looking to make a meaningful impact, this episode is for you. Tune in to discover how you can elevate your life from Beast Mode to God Mode and start transforming lives for the better.

Listen to the full episode now and take the first step towards unlocking your spiritual gifts.


 (00:00) Radio Coffee House intro
 (00:30) Clint Armitage: Introduction to Beast Mode vs. God Mode
 (02:15) Reading from 1 Corinthians 12:4-7
 (04:25) The power of spiritual gifts and their purpose
 (08:15) The importance of identifying and using your spiritual gifts
 (10:07) Personal fulfillment and joy in God Mode
 (12:07) Eric Liddel quote in his God Mode
 (14:30) Radio Coffee House outro


🗣️ Quotes from Clint Armitage

"When we utilize our gifts and abilities in God mode, we actually bless other people to the point where there's some spiritual transformation."

"God's giving you the authority and the power through the spiritual ability to transform lives, not just inform lives."

"Remember, you'll be good at it and you'll have energy for it. Like, you'll have this passion, this drive for it."


🗣️ Quote from Eric Liddell

"I was made to run. When I run, I feel God's pleasure."

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Hi John! Thanks! Yes, well have to do it again soon. God Bless You!


Great message Clint! Was a pleasure visiting with you at Debbie’s place. Keep up the good work.

John Gilreath

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