Pursuing a Platform or a Stage

We live in an online world of instant, but fleeting fame.  With the right 4-minute video going viral or a creative post people can become an overnight sensation.  People can develop a rising online addiction to the number of “views” or “likes” that gives positive feelings of significance or importance.

We even see it on trips or vacations (I just returned from one).  People used to define success or satisfaction based on the fond reflections and memories they carried as they came home from the trip.  Now the definition of success or satisfaction can subtly be affected by the number of “likes” or “views”  we get on the continual pictures we post.  Was it a good vacation…yeah we had hundreds of likes on all our pictures!

No one wants to live their life anonymously (no one’s ultimate goal in life is for no one to know they exist).  There is a God-designed element in us for significance but it must ultimately be rooted in Christ.   We want to live our lives in such a way that people do see Jesus in and through us.  We must be careful that we don’t confuse significance with current ideas of success.

Philippians 2:4-5  Don’t be concerned only about your own interests, but also be concerned about the interests of others.  (5)  Have the same attitude that Christ Jesus had.

A Platform or a Stage

People that genuinely begin to follow Jesus based on His amazing love and sacrifice start out with Christ-centered intentions and want to make Him known.  These Christ-centered intentions can get sidetracked with just an ounce of success or admiration taken the wrong direction.

I have been thinking about the difference between the idea of a platform or a stage.  A platform in its most Godly sense is a place of influence to communicate the goodness of God to others.  It may be our talents, a job, a position, or something that gives us influence with others. It isn’t about making admirers or followers of us, but admirers and followers of Jesus.

A stage, on the other hand, can be more about the admiration of others and followers of us.  It is a self-promotion that was the root of Satan’s original sin (Is 14:12-15).  He has been tempting mankind with it ever since.   C.S. Lewis, expressed it well in The Great Divorce, “Every poet and musician and artist, but for Grace, is drawn away from the love of the thing he tells, to the love of telling till, down in Deep Hell, they cannot be interested in God at all but only in what they say about him.”

C.S. Lewis, The Great Divorce, “Every poet and musician and artist, but for Grace, is drawn away from the love of the thing he tells, to the love of telling till, down in Deep Hell, they cannot be interested in God at all but only in what they say about him.”

Self-focus is Spiritually Dangerous

Anytime we get overly self-focused it leads to dangerous ground.  A couple of years ago my wife and I were taking a boat tour on the River Walk in San Antonio, TX, when our guide told us something that was very culturally revealing, “12 people had to be rescued from the river this summer because they walked into the river while staring at their smartphones.” Another revealing statistic I recently came across was from research released by Carnegie Mellon University (releasing a report at the end of 2016 indicating that 127 people had died in the past few years taking selfies).

Using God-given platforms and avoiding them becoming a self-promoting stage can be greatly helped by the acid test for loving God which is genuinely caring about, and loving others.  We all know His great love for us seen in John 3:16, but our love in return must be linked to the acid test of 1 John 3:16  “We know love by this, that He laid down His life for us, and we ought to lay down our lives for the brethren.”  One of the ways we love God and others is to help them come into all that God intends for them.

If we are truly affected by John 3:16 it will be evident by obeying 1 John 3:16 “We know love by this, that He laid down His life for us, and we ought to lay down our lives for the brethren.”

Myth of the “Self-Made Man

There is no such thing as a self-made man.  Woven into the creation order is our need of others.  Beginning with our conception and life in the womb we have a built in reliance on others to survive and succeed. Consider someone’s relational biography. Do your own. A relational biography describes people God has used to get others where they are today. If it is done in an objective manner we will be amazed how the influence of other people over the years has been essential to us getting where we are.  People are the main source of supply God used in our lives (Eph 4:16, Col 2:19).

If you are a Christian, someone, or several someones, helped you get to the place you are in God. They brought the message of Christ to you, helped you develop a walk with Him, and provided instruction and example of how to live for Him. People continue to influence and aid us in our walk with God.  They open doors to our destiny.  It reminds me of a quote from the angel Clarence to George Bailey from my favorite movie It’s a Wonderful Life, “Strange, isn’t it? Each man’s life touches so many other lives. When he isn’t around he leaves an awful hole, doesn’t he?”

Destiny Carriers

All through the Scripture, we see examples of people coming into their destiny through relationships.  People who cared about the success of someone else have always been God-given keys to people’s future in Him.  Joshua had Moses, Ruth had Naomi, David had Jonathan, Elisha had Elijah, Jesus had Mary, Joseph, and John the Baptist, Paul had Barnabas, Silas, Timothy, Titus, as well as others, and they had Paul.  The list goes on and on.

Instead of seeking a stage for your own personal advancement, or to gain admirers or followers, how about obeying 1 John 3:16 and helping someone else succeed in God.  Seek a platform to influence others and help them into their destiny, not a stage to gain personal notoriety.

 

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God Apologizes For His Word

God’s truth is eternal.  While His revelation came into the earth in various cultural contexts, His truth is transcultural, and transgenerational (involving more than one culture and generation).  His truth affects every culture across the generations.  We understand that much of the New Testament was written in the context of a first century Palestine and Roman culture. God’s goal is not to try to replicate that culture, but to see His eternal truth transform our culture.

Some of the cultural advancement from our perspective may be cultural decline from God’s perspective

We know civilization advances.  While we are not trying to see a return to first-century customs and civilization, we must beware of cultural arrogance. We never want to try to make God’s truth submit to any culture or civilization, including ours.  God doesn’t follow current culture.  Jesus and His truth stand outside of culture in order to affect it.

When we seek to apply God’s truth in any cultural context or generation it is good to keep in mind the fact that God chose when to send Jesus into the earth.  He chose what culture Jesus came into.  It is what the Bible calls the “fullness of times.”

  • Gal 4:4 NASB  But when the fullness of the time came, God sent forth His Son, born of a woman, born under the Law,

God doesn’t yield to any culture, He works to influence all cultures.

God could have chosen any culture or time to bring Jesus and the revelation of the New Testament into the earth, but He chose that one.  There can be a current cultural arrogance in which we try to superimpose our culture on the Bible (believing our culture is superior to the one in which the Bible was written).  We must be careful with this!  No culture is “the truth.”  He is the truth!  Some of what we consider cultural advancement may be cultural deterioration!  God doesn’t yield to any culture, including ours.

Here is a witty article with a hint of sarcasm that shows the absurdity of trying to make God yield His truth to our current culture.

God Apologizes For Gendered Language In Bible

November 15, 2016

HEAVEN—Remorseful for using terms that fly in the face of contemporary progressive sensibilities, God Almighty issued an apology Tuesday for the gendered language found throughout His Word, the Holy Bible.

“The fact that gendered language has been non-offensive for millennia is no excuse, since through my omniscience I knew that by the time the 21st Century rolled around it would no longer be considered acceptable,” the statement, miraculously delivered through a heavenly messenger, read in part.

“Please accept my deepest and most sincere apologies for using such offensive terminology when describing humankind and myself throughout the pages of Scripture, and feel free to edit the eternal Word of God so that it aligns more closely with your current, advanced understanding of the nature of things,” he continued, adding that it was never His intention to advance the agenda of the patriarchy.

“My choices were unfortunate and regrettable, and I have no intention of trying to mansplain them away. I will do better.”

Bible publishers worldwide reportedly began work Tuesday on new translations of the Holy Scriptures, removing any pronouns or phrases which specify a gender either directly or by implication.

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Restarting And Refreshing Our Internal Computer

I have the wonderful privilege of serving God with some great computer geniuses like Scott Parish.  On many occasions, I have had to, and continue to have to consult him about my issues, most of which or self-induced.  My computer skills are somewhat limited and trying to fix my own problems is sometimes like trying to climb Mt. Everest with no shoes or coat.  I appreciate Scott’s patience with me.

I often notice the problem when my computer freezes up or runs sluggishly.  It just begins to act weird!  It no longer works like it has in the past.

One piece of advice Scott almost always gives me at the beginning is, “have you restarted the computer?”  A second is, “have you hit the refresh button?”  Most of the time those simple steps takes care of the majority of my problems.

Prayer, praise, and worship are the way we zoom out of the emotional prisons and mental slumps we are in. 

There is a spiritual parallel in serving God.  Psalms 73 is a great example of going from spiritual and emotional breakdown to a restart and refresh. The psalmist’s emotions and perspective became bogged down and sluggish.  His emotional and spiritual operating system wasn’t working right.  We have all been there before.  We start to consider weird thoughts like the psalmist, “it would be easier not serving God…it is vain to serve Him…God doesn’t seem to notice or care about me.”  Like him we know deep down inside God is good but “as for me” we are not experiencing it right now, and wonder what the problem is.  This leads to considering very stupid ideas.

  • Psalms 73:1-28  Surely God is good to His people, To those who are pure in heart!  (2)  But as for me, my feet came close to stumbling, My steps had almost slipped.  (3)  For I was envious of the arrogant As I saw the prosperity of the wicked.  (4)  For there are no pains in their death, And their body is fat.  (5)  They are not in trouble as other men, Nor are they plagued like mankind.  (6)  Therefore pride is their necklace; The garment of violence covers them.  (7)  Their eye bulges from fatness; The imaginations of their heart run riot.  (8)  They mock and wickedly speak of oppression; They speak from on high.  (9)  They have set their mouth against the heavens, And their tongue parades through the earth… (11)  They say, “How does God know? And is there knowledge with the Most High?”  (12)  Behold, these are the wicked; And always at ease, they have increased in wealth.  (13)  Surely in vain I have kept my heart pure And washed my hands in innocence;  (14)  For I have been stricken all day long And chastened every morning.  (15)  If I had said, “I will speak thus,” Behold, I would have betrayed the generation of Your children.  (16)  When I pondered to understand this, It was troublesome in my sight 

Fortunately for him and us, we can restart and refresh our emotions and thoughts as we come into the presence of God.  Consider how he describes it.  He goes from, “it would be easier not serving God,” or “it is pointless to serve Him,” to “Your nearness is my good…nothing I desire on earth can be compared to You…You are the strength of my life.”  He saw his previous mental and emotional state as being “senseless and ignorant” (which is how we all feel after we come through similar challenges).  How did he hit the restart or refresh button, by spending focused time in the light and presence of God?

  • (17)  Until I came into the sanctuary of God; Then I perceived their end… (21)  When my heart was embittered And I was pierced within,  (22)  Then I was senseless and ignorant; I was like a beast before You.  (23)  Nevertheless I am continually with You; You have taken hold of my right hand.  (24)  With Your counsel You will guide me, And afterward receive me to glory.  (25)  Whom have I in heaven but You? And besides You, I desire nothing on earth.  (26)  My flesh and my heart may fail, But God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever..  (28)  But as for me, the nearness of God is my good; I have made the Lord GOD my refuge, That I may tell of all Your works.

Example of Paul and Silas

Acts 16 records a similar experience of Paul and Silas  They had been overcome by an angry mob who tore off their clothes, beat them, and put them in prison  At midnight instead of lamenting we find them doing something different that was restarting and refreshing their physical, mental, and emotional state,  “praying and singing hymns of praise.”  This triggered an earthquake that led to their release from bondage (vs 25-26).

When we get into emotional slumps it is usually because we have zoomed in on a problem or a messed up feeling.  We have focused on something we don’t like about ourselves or our circumstances.  Prayer, praise, and worship are the way we zoom out of the emotional prisons and mental slumps we are in.

Never let what is wrong with you keep you from worshiping what’s right with God.   

When we come into the presence of God with prayer, praise, and worship we zoom out of our emotional, spiritual, and circumstantial prisons and refocus on God’s big picture.  We see again the great thing that happened over 2000 years ago with Jesus that continues to bring life to us today and hope for the future.

Never let what is wrong with you keep you from worshiping what’s right with God.  Prayer, praise, and worship are about turning your focus away from what is wrong with you and remembering what’s right with God.  It is like restarting and refreshing you mental and emotional computer.

  • Colossians 4:2  Never give up praying. And when you pray, keep alert and be thankful.

 

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A Surprising Response from a Retiring Pastor

I had somewhat of a shocking conversation with a friend who had led a successful church for over 3 decades. I had not communicated with him for a long time and it was good to see him.  He is a wonderful, well-respected pastor both by his church and the community. His ministry and church situation is everything many younger leaders would aspire to.  It is a great church with good programs, a nice building, influential people and a wonderful staff.  I hadn’t seen him in quite a while and when I greeted him he said something very unexpected, “You may not have heard it yet but I am officially and really retiring now.”  The next words that came out of his mouth shocked me, “I’m tired of feeding fat lazy Christians.   I want to get on and do something significant in the next phase of my life.”

“I am really retiring now.  I am tired of feeding fat lazy Christians. I want to get on and do something significant in the next phase of my life.” Retiring Pastor 

It was unexpected because this man was one of the kindest well-respected leaders I know.  He is known for his gentle approach to pastoring.  My response to him was a little surprising to me and somewhat prophetic,  “I hear ya!  If we see our role as building a church to please and attract consumer Christians then we will become spiritual chaplains of people’s narcissism.”  He agreed wholeheartedly.

This interaction made me think of a satirical Christian website’s post about the absurdity of how consumer Christians approach leaving a church titled, “Babylon Bee Signs You Should Find A New Church Home.” 

Consumer Christianity is the polar opposite of the implications Jesus described in following Him, “Lay your life down…lose your life for My sake…serve others…take up your cross…forsake all and follow Me.”  May this realization of consumer Christianity stir something of the zeal of God in us to fulfill the reason Jesus laid down His life. He didn’t lay His life down to have a people zealous for their own interest (consumer Christianity) but His.  Titus 2:13-14  looking for the blessed hope, and the appearance of the glory of our great God and Savior Jesus Christ,  (14)  who gave Himself for us that He might redeem us from all iniquity and purify to Himself a special people, zealous of good works.

Babylon Bee Signs You Should Find A New Church

December 21, 2016

“How do I know if I should leave my church?”

It’s a question everyone wonders from time to time—and not one to take lightly. Transitioning between churches can be a messy time in the life of the Christian and his or her family and church body.

So how do you know if it’s time to say “adiós”? The Babylon Bee is here to help, with five meticulously researched and peer-reviewed signs that you should leave your church behind.

  • The full-service cafe discontinues your favorite seasonal drink. If winter rolls around and the coffee shop in the foyer decides not to run its usual peppermint mocha promotional, it’s time to start Googling “good churches in my area.” It’s a sure sign that the church has abandoned the faith once delivered to the saints. (This should go without saying, but if your church doesn’t have a full-service coffee shop, its lampstand has been removed long ago).
  • The church fails to immediately respond to your weekly helpful comment card feedback. When you say “jump,” your church should say “how high?” You pay their salaries after all—meaning they work for you. Pastors that don’t immediately make major changes to the worship experience, their preaching style, the decor of the building, or the genres of music on offer based on the fifteen helpful comment cards you turn in each week are not expressing love for the brethren, which may indicate they’re not saved at all.
  • Someone expresses concern that you missed the last eighteen services. A church that shows interest in regular church membership is like a creepy ex-girlfriend that can’t let go. Can you say “red flag?” Run, don’t walk, away from this aberrant and apostate congregation.
  • The men’s retreat features fewer than twenty fully automatic rifles. There’s nothing more disappointing than gearing up for your church’s annual men’s retreat only to discover it’s nothing more than a couple days of Bible teaching, prayer, and fellowship. In fact, Jesus Himself rebuked the church at Laodicea for being lukewarm, which scholars believe indicates their men’s ministry never once went on a week-long hunting expedition in the Yukon. (Women, substitute “fully automatic rifles” with “crafting tables.”)
  • The pastor faithfully preaches the Bible on a weekly basis. Pastors who keep sticking to the same faithful presentation of the Word of God each week lack imagination, honestly. How can your church be a fun, exciting place with engaging programs and appealing special events if the pastor guy keeps rambling on about sin, repentance, and new life in Christ, while systematically preaching and teaching the Scriptures? Think about it.

Remember, this isn’t an exhaustive list—there are hundreds of thousands of legitimate reasons for leaving a church, especially if the pastor isn’t making a concerted effort to appease your every whim and earn your business. But if your church lines up with any of the above points, there’s a really good chance it is time for you to move on.

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Prayer For Mission and Prayer On Mission

Prayer on Mission is like breathing. We inhale God’s presence as we pray, and we exhale His presence as we pray for others.

Every one of God’s people is called to His family mission to “be fruitful, multiply, and fill the earth” (Gen 1:26-28, Jn 17:18, 20:21, Eph 1:22-23, 3:10-11).  God’s mission is not for a few “special Christians” with a “special call.”  Missions is everyone, everywhere, all the time, across the street, as well as across the ocean.

In our calling to engage in God’s mission we must remember that we can’t save anyone by our own efforts.  We are not called to save but to sow.  We are to sow seeds of God’s Kingdom.

A key to mission that seems too good to be true

What if there was a master key that would enable us to do the following?

  • Go straight to someone’s heart in an instant bypassing all the mental reasonings in a split second.
  • Communication Jesus to someone without people’s interruptions or deflective questions
  • Avoid the arguments of “my belief versus yours” while communicating Jesus
  • Hold the higher ground of influence above people’s resistance.
  • Giving “seeds” of God’s word with prophetic words, words of wisdom, knowledge, and discernment communicated (with wisdom) uninterrupted by the people you are giving them to.
  • Communicating and impacting people from other religious backgrounds.
  • See the power of God released upon people without resistance.

Is there a way to do these things or does it sound too good to be true?  Prayer for people is an often neglected key that will enable the previous things mentioned to happen.  In the accounts of Jesus sending the 12 and 70 on mission (Mt 9-11, Lk 9-10) His first order of business was to “pray to the Lord of the harvest”.  Then they were to pray for people as they, “give a blessing, heal the sick, and cast out demons?”

When you pray people yield their agenda and become somewhat passive.  As you pray you get free access to their hearts.  Most of the time offering to pray for someone about something is inoffensive and communicates care.

Of all the times I have offered to pray for someone both inside and outside the church only once have I been turned down.  I even offered to pray at a public intersection for an atheist who was protesting and holding a sign touting the great virtues of atheism.  I ask her if she would mind if I offered a prayer to the God that she doesn’t believe exist.  After all what harm would it do since she didn’t think anything was there.  To my amazement, she said she wouldn’t mind so I took her up on the offer right there on the street, in front of all her atheist friends.

God’s Spiritual Bee Sting

When we pray for people there is an instant connection to God, His presence, and His resources.  There is an immediate impact of God.  Prayer in this way is like getting stung by a bee.  You often know it is buzzing around but can’t see where it is until it stings you.  When you pray for someone you go directly past all their reluctance and like a bee sting it will make an impact.

As we are inquiring and entering into conversations with people about their family, health, work, or circumstances we will find out something we can pray for.  In that moment we can say, “would you mind if I pray for you about that?”   Then as we pray we bring them into direct contact with the all-powerful God of the universe.  It is an instant connection with God.

Prayer is a key, a door, and a bridge over which God’s power flows.  I remember an evangelist giving the following observations to encourage us to pray for people.   There is nothing that can’t be prayed for.

  • When you don’t know what to do, pray for them.
  • When you can’t speak the language prayer for them.
  • When you don’t have the time to speak a lot, pray for them.
  • When you know the issue is too big for you, pray for them
  • When you might not see them again, pray for them. 

As we go on mission in our everyday life we need to have confidence that we can lead people into an encounter with God.  We fear that people will just watch us pray for them instead of entering into God with us.  We can ask them to participate like close you eyes, bow your head, or extend your hands like you are receiving etc. Sometimes outward/natural steps can lead to an inward spiritual reality (1  Cor 15:46 “first the natural then the spiritual).

Most of the time prayer is a matter of calling people to focus their attention on Him.  You can also ask God to open their senses.  Paul prayed this way in Ephesians, “open the eyes of their heart to His great power towards us…the same power He exercised when He raised Jesus from the dead” (Eph 1:18-20).

God’s kingdom isn’t just a lot of words. It is power. 1 Cor 4:20

We must remember that God’s “Kingdom isn’t just words but power” (1 Cor 4:20).  We want to connect people with God’s supernatural power as they connect with the supernatural God.

I had the great privilege of watching this as an observer when I walked up behind my wife as she was asking a lady if she could pray for her.  The lady responded in a pleasantly surprised way, “I have never had anyone ask me that before…I guess so.”  I was looking over my wife’s shoulder into the lady’s face.  At first, she didn’t know what to do and her eyes started to blink then she shut them and her head went down.  When my wife was done with the short prayer the lady’s eyes opened with tears in them and she said, “that was great…I felt an amazing peace.”  Then to our surprise, she said, “That felt so wonderful I think people should have people pray for them more often.”  This opened a door to speak more about Jesus.

Don’t forget to use an important key that works in any situation…prayer!

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Prayer is Communication with the Author of the Book

Think about being given a book that contained a story about an author along with his design for living that would lead to the most incredible life anyone could live on this earth. A life full of freedom, joy, fulfillment, contentment, successful marriages and families, and successful relationships.  How about not just being given this incredible book, but having the author, who is the greatest person who has ever lived, willing to walk with you every day to show you how what he instructed in the book applies to various things in your daily life?   Sounds like it would be a great deal and a great privilege.  Who would refuse that?  This is the amazing design God has provided for His people.

I had the great privilege of meeting with a famous veteran of the Charismatic Renewal. He has spoken to great crowds throughout the world, helped provide a magazine for several years that impacted millions of people from all denominations, and worked with many famous leaders giving instruction and counsel.

There were about 14 of us around a table for several hours and I felt like the stories I had read in Eusieubus’ Early Church History about the Apostle John’s final days at Ephesus.  They would carry him out and sit him among groups of disciples and he would instruct them.

When our friend and hero began to talk we all pulled out our cell phones to catch the wisdom that was flowing from his lips.  He quickly began to cry and with passion in his voice he began to say, “It’s all relational.  The Kingdom, the church, Christianity is relational walking with Jesus and hearing His word.”

He went on to say that “we must have the ‘Word’ (Greek Logos which is what God has said and revealed through all of Scripture, Jn 1:1-14, Ps 119:89, 1 Pet 1:25), but also the ‘Word’ (Greek Rhema which is what He continues to say in speech and ongoing communication Mt 4:4, Lk 4:4).  If we only have Logos without Rhema it will lead to dead religion.  Logos can’t trump Rhema and Rhema can’t trump Logos.”

Back to what I said earlier, we must have the book and walk with the Author of the book who out of a living relationship will speak His specific word towards specific issues.  If we only walk with the Bible and not the Author of the Bible we can commit “Bible idolatry.”  This is what the religious leaders did and Jesus rebuked them for it.

John 5:38-40 “You do not have His word abiding in you, for you do not believe Him whom He sent. (39) “You search the Scriptures because you think that in them you have eternal life; it is these that testify about Me; (40) and you are unwilling to come to Me so that you may have life.

“We must allow the Word of God to confront us, to disturb our security, to undermine our complacency and to overthrow our patterns of thought and behavior.” John Stott

Prayer, Logos, and Rhema

Prayer is essential to walk in the ongoing dialogue with Jesus where He speaks His Word to us.  Most of the time God speaks (Rhema) to us things from His Word (Logos) specifically directed towards our life and circumstances.

It works like learning a foreign language.  You learn words so you can enter into dialogue with people because the dialogue comes through the language you learned. God has “forever settled His word” (Logos Ps 119:89).  He continues to speak to us (Rhema) from His word in everyday life.  If the language isn’t in us we will have a hard time determining what He is saying.  This is why we must read and study His word.  We learn the language of God.

One of my friends used to say, “when you open the Bible you look into the face of Jesus.”  When we communicate with Him in prayer we hear His voice (Rhema) as He speaks from His word (Logos).

His voice is discerned from His word. If we don’t have the language from His word (Logos) we will tend to hear things that may not be Him.  They can be our emotions, fantasies, or preferences.  A good rule of thumb is “If what His is saying contradicts what He has said then it isn’t Him who is saying it.”  His Rhema word will never contradict His Logos word.

Prayer is the place where we learn to hear His word (Rhema) from His language (Logos).   It is where we get to learn and hear the voice from the Author of the book. Prayer is above all else communication with God and His word is to be in it.  There is a problem with people who don’t pray in order to hear His voice from His word, as well as those who don’t know His word which is the language by which He speaks.

Two extremes we must avoid.

  • Prayer and attempting to hear from God without His word (Logos) = Crazy Charismatic subjective hearers who are driven by their own fantasies or desires. This is inner subjectivism clothed in spirituality.
  • Having His word (Logos/Bible) without prayer and hearing His voice (Rhema) = Dry and dead intellectuals who twist and use the Bible to their own ends.  They use the Bible for themselves.  This is when the Bible becomes idolatry.  It is using His word without Him.

 

 

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