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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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Standing before His accusers, Jesus said not a word. That’s because silence is a perfectly appropriate response to a closed mind.

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Don’t be deceived, revolting against abusive authority does not equate to submitting to legitimate authority. Rebellion keeps us focused on the oppressor, while submission fixes our gaze on the One who is the embodiment of truth and justice.

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God isn’t as likely to do things “for us” as He is to do things “through us”. We are supposed to be His body. If we don’t show up, we shouldn’t expect much. It is Christ “in us” that is the hope of glory.

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We are not likely to convince anyone of a truth that we ourselves never believed enough to live out

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We shouldn’t mistake good intentions for right motivations. God is not as interested in our desired outcomes as He is in what moves us to act or speak.

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We need to be viewing current events through the lens of what God is saying to us,

not trying to figure out what God is saying to us through the lens of current events

(John 10:27, 2 Cor. 4:18, Matt 4:4)

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