We do not need hurricane-strength revelation to be convinced that God is speaking to us, yet that’s what we often expect. We do not need a tsunami of shekinah glory to surround us with the thunderous voice of God directing us in what to do, but that’s what we feel will most convince us.
No need to ask for your share because these scars are the same as yours.
Right now, at this moment, the exalted, glorified Christ, who has the entire universe at His disposal, is choosing to deprive Himself of a pleasure that He has every right to…”for you.”
When we prioritize exposure over integration, we sacrifice our souls to a myriad of spiritual diversions and live in constant danger of death by a thousand distractions.
Too often we only bless and praise results. Which, in our homes, churches, and businesses, can lead to a culture of people-pleasing, unhealthy competition, and burnout.
We tend to associate bad doctrine with bad motives. It seems to be that we tend to lump together those who we consider to be teaching error into the group of “wolves” and “false teachers” and “heretics” without considering that they may just be in error.