Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Living in God's Light

I Yam What I Yam. Beware of not acting upon what you see in your moments on the mountaintop with God. If you do not obey the light, it will turn into darkness. "If therefore the light that is in you is darkness, how great is that darkness!" The moment you forsake the matter of sanctification or neglect anything else on which God has given you His light, your spiritual life begins to disintegrate within you. Continually bring the truth out into your real life, working it out into every area, or else even the light that you possess will itself prove to be a curse.

The most difficult person to deal with is the one who has the prideful self-satisfaction of a past experience, but is not working that experience out in his everyday life. If you say you are sanctified, show it. The experience must be so genuine that it shows in your life. Beware of any belief that makes you self-indulgent or self-gratifying; that belief came from the pit of hell itself, regardless of how beautiful it may sound. Are you working it out in the everyday issues of your life? Every detail of your life, whether physical, moral, or spiritual, is to be judged and measured.


At Saturday, August 25, 2007 3:58:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

John Hyrcanus I: high priest and king 134-104 BC

Son of Simon, succeeded his father as ruler and high priest, but was forced to pay heavy tribute to the Seleucids until the death of Antiochus VII in 128 BC, when Judea proclaimed its independence. Hyrcanus succeeded in extending Judea's borders throughout the rest of his reign, and forcibly converted people in conquered cities to Judaism. Ouch, those poor Gôyîm; penises.


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