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In the days of old mankind was shielded from the Lord’s glory (Exodus 33), but because of Christ we now know where that glory resides (Col. 1:27).  If the world can’t see it, we need to ask ourselves why?

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Fear of COVID, or fear of what’s in the vaccine; fear of leaving your house, or fear of being quarantined to your house; fear of losing your government check, or fear of government control; fear of capitalism, or fear of socialism; fear of the left wing, or fear of the right wing, are all fueled by the same spirit. We cannot be driven by that spirit, and be led by the Holy Spirit.

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That which offends you is a powerful tool in the hands of your adversary

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Scripture warns of a people who honor God with their lips, but whose hearts are far from Him (Isa 29:13, Matt 15:8, Mark 7:6).  Who possess a form of godliness, but who live in denial of His true power (2Tim 3:5).  A people who diligently study scripture, yet refuse to come to Him (John 5:38-40).  Who call Him Lord, and do things in His name, but who don’t truly know Him (Matt 7:21-23).  These warnings are not aimed at an unbelieving world, they are for those who profess to be “Believers”, who consider themselves “Christians”, who refer to Jesus as Lord, and who are likely to be found in a church building.  These warnings culminate in the book of Revelation, which contains strong admonitions for the various churches.

With so many claiming that we are approaching the end of times, we need to hear the voice of the prophet Elijah echoing out of history, “How long shall you waiver between two opinions?” (1 Kings 18:21).  As John the Revelator said, “Whoever has ears, let them hear what the Spirit says to the churches” (Rev. 2 & 3).

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If everybody and everything is on your nerves, it may be worth considering that neither everybody, nor everything is the actual problem.

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The difference between “in Him” (John 15:4-5) and “in His name” (Matt. 7:22-23) is everything.

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One shouldn’t expect to successfully cast out a demon with the same attitude they used to invite it in (even if they use Jesus’ name).

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If they have to apologize in order to receive forgiveness then it’s not really forgiveness.  That is not releasing them from their debt, it’s demanding payment.

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Feeling sorry for someone who’s already immersed in self pity is like giving a glass of water to a drowning man.

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Being angry with God isn’t likely to change how He feels about you, but it sure does excite your demons.

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