There's another aspect of God using our motives to move us to be in line with His Will—being a child. Once Jesus is our Lord, He is actually Lord.
My path toward rectifying a problem led me to come face to face with God’s purpose and provision. I moved to fix a problem, but God brought me to Himself.
The motives of my heart are no impediment to the move of God once I have committed my life to Him. He can use my motives to lead me into His perfect Will.
Life's to be lived in the moment. Truly this moment is all I have. Only in the present moment can we experience our place of union and relationship with God.
Man can be a vessel to carry God’s words, but never are we the source of spiritual accuracy. My logical application of principles and precepts are simply my opinions, whereas God-directed and inspired wisdom is holy and filled with His Life and power to perform.
Perfectionism is merely a man-made construct to experience the perfect outside of God. It is destructive and debilitating to have these expectations.
what I have learned is that Jesus didn’t come down to hobnob with the superior of our species. No, Jesus moved in with the Clampetts.
Every storyline worth telling is fraught with crisis, challenge, & victory. The Sovereign Touch points the way to unlocking your destiny & the Spirit holds the key.
So here is the ease of the Christian life. ALL God’s promises have been fulfilled in the Life of His Son.
For years I have worked to accept my life in its entirety. By nature it's not in us to embrace our story. Acquiesce to it maybe but receive it…not so much.
I might not be able to manhandle God nor force His limitations but He’s still my Abba. He's in control and even if I don’t like it, I’m still safe in His safety.
Our inalienable rights–life, liberty, and our pursuit of happiness–don't necessarily coincide with the declaration of dependence found in the beatitudes.