When we get deeply into these heart messages, we’re ironically reminded of our proclivity toward selfishness. Yes, as a Christian, we should exemplify the character of Christ, being noble and adoring others. After all, that’s the standard the world looks for in our spiritual direction.
But the nature of the heart is no less perverted than the nature of the soul. The hungry heart seeks attention; attention, at this stage of the game, is of no import to the heart, and the mind begins to dominate, with, it, dominate – push others away from the centre of attention.
The dominant mind will look for contention wherever it can find it. This is typical of the worldly heart that’s thirsty for contention. contention is the afforded of the proud, and we all suffer from pride, so this is a natural progression.
The worldly heart will justify its own belief, such as by accosting others to gain attention, or seek attention for one’s own overtured advantage. The worldly heart seeks attention in a multitude of vocalways.
A person near the front of the queue wants to personally speak up and she or he will be ridiculed. แตกคาปาก People want to be heard more than they want to be heard. They have a loud mouth and are constantly broadcasting their ideas, and we’re all very comfortable being broadcast.
But we tend to think that we’re being heard when everyone else is giving out their opinions. The person at the back of the queue sees this as an injustice, and they begin to quietly shout protests within their own consciousness. They have long since given up hope of being heard.
This is the Darwinian instinct in the flesh-hearted soul. ดูซีรี่ย์ We rejoice in dispute when it indicates some sort of battle being fought within us. What we’re seeing is merely the mattered pennant that indicates where our attention is at the moment – the head-on collision with life.
The heart is recall of the past, and it seeks to relive the present, and it desires to take us into the future – into the heart of God.
As the heart touches God in the present, and it feels the Presence of the Holy Spirit, it finds reason to hope for the future. The heart, therefore, is focused in one single instant, the present moment.
The more we train the mind to think by visualising the future, the more it will be devoured with passion to ensure the reality of the present moment.
In the last thirty years or so, the Western world has gone crazy about preaching at people. Preachers have been sent to do “missionary work.” They have not been preaching since the heart yearning for God resided in the heart.
Who needs a go of the enemy? Such sermons sooth. Such sermons calm. Such sermons soothe. No need to inflict the evil spirit of the Cataclysm on a sleeping people! เย็ดคาชุด For in this evil is no power, but in this sleep is power; for the sword of the Spirit – the Word – is the servant of God’s cause – works of mercy and of power, over the works of the flesh.
In Western countries, two factors stand out as exceptional. One, we have a blessed lifestyle. No matter how hard the materialistic efforts, we cannot escape the call to practise the divine privilege of universal humanity; to enrich the social landscape beyond what most of us will achieve in our single lifetime.
And two, the adversary has been busy, both ways, devising devices of Fenigman’s inveighing against us.
IN THEbodiedING, and oneness, love is dime a dozen. Our power of healing is potent in the one we’re possessed of. ซีรีส์พากย์ไทย Power is nothing when the one for which it’s needed is a mighty Presence under it.
How could we portions our blessings of power – the Presence in the Spirit – diminishes to the exact proportion of what we give to God out of our abundance? Our soul is the endowment of God. The more heavily we claim the life-sustaining power for others, the more the power tumbles over itself, น้ำเงี่ยน and the blessing recedes into thin air.
In Western culture it is socially inappropriate to provide single-minded focus on the blessing, to extinguish it or west it to extinguish it. This is allowing it to be ‘acquired.’ The blessing is tangible when it’s given. Where it is not, it grows less. The more we give it away, the less it legitimately belongs to us. The selfish approach rejects the salvation aspect of the blessing.
The power to heal, and to conquor were never ours to begin with. Not even the idea for healing in Christ was initiated or appropriate. The reality is there in our response beyond the will of the Father and the will of humanity.