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Prayer the Nehemiah Way, Part 4 of 8

Posted by undergroundchurch on August 31, 2009


Part 3

The prayer is not recorded, but the verse is very telling,

But we prayed to our God and posted a guard day and night to meet this threat – Nehemiah 4:9

There are three basic approaches to dealing with situations in your life:

  • Prayer and action
  • Action alone
  • Prayer with no action. 

As with most things, the choice you make does say something of your faith in God, and so, I want to look primarily at the first and last approach together since the second one is pretty much a lack of faith in God and more a faith in your own abilities.

Faith – Make Your Move

Many people say that “faith” is letting go and letting God do it, and it may be true in some cases, but not always.  The key to a prayer of faith is that you go to God first.  Faith is found in the action taken first.  If a overwhelming situation arises and you spend your first bit of time trying to resolve it, then your faith is more in your actions than in the ability of God. 

So the first move in any situation should be toward God, and it is the sign of a good relationship with God.  You understand who you are and who He is. 

Once you make that move toward God, you then have two options – wait and work. 

Faith that Waits

God is not confined by your timelines.  He doesn’t run a McDonalds.  He is very patient which can be very frustrating to us.  The reason His movements don’t match up with our reason is because He operates outside of the space/time continuum.  He sees the beginning and the end at the same time; we don’t. 

Sometimes, when we pray, we need to wait and do nothing.  But when do we do nothing?  When should we let go and “let God”? 

This question is found more in what you know you should do verses what you feel you should do.  Trust your understanding of God’s faithfulness and not your emotions.  He works in perfect wisdom. 

For example, if you see a need that your involvement in could jeopardize a Godly outcome because of you interference, it might be wise to just simply pray.  When in doubt, you can’t really go wrong just praying.  Become an intercessor; become a person that stands in the gap and help that person or situation through a spiritual battle.  They don’t need to even know, but I will say that if you intercede on someones behalf in a driven manner, you will make a huge impact in the spiritual world on their behalf.

Faith that Works

But there are times with faith needs to be followed with action.  Do you think that if you break an arm and pray to God, that you should just sit there and do nothing, or should you go to the hospital? If you go to the hospital, are you acting in faith or denying the power of God? 

By going to God first, you are demonstrating faith.  You are giving him the first move.  Sometimes, he answers yes, other times he answers no or wait, but should we just sit there if he seems silent?

Nehemiah didn’t pray the prayer he prayed, which was for protection from the enemy, then just foolishly go about his day.  He prayed for protection, then, as one writer wrote, “he picked up his weapons and went to work on the wall saying, ‘God I trust you, and I am picking up every tool available to me so that I will be ready when you call me to action.'”

Faith is like a battle our military fights today.  There are various elements involved from the bombers above, to the ships at sea to the troops on the ground. Each has a mission and it is a very bad thing when they all move at the same time.  If the troops on the front line go charging in just as the bombers are dropping their payloads, there are going to be a lot of dead allies. 

God moves and works in ways that we don’t always see.  Just go to him first, pick up every tool you can find and ready all weapons then wait for the call to march.

Don’t be afraid of praying then moving.  It is not a lack of faith, it is a voice that say, “Lord, here I am, and I am ready for what you would have me to do.”

This concept is echoed in the entire book of James.  So adamant James was about the link between faith and action that the early church struggled whether to include James in the Scriptures.  The key to understanding this link, as I have already shown, is to start with faith and end with works.  Works should only reflect the faith you have already. 

Trust God always, and ready yourself to be called upon if God decides He is going to use you to answer your own prayer.

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Prayer the Nehemiah Way, Part 3 of 8

Posted by undergroundchurch on August 30, 2009


See Part 2
 

The Prayer:

Hear us, O our God, for we are despised. Turn their insults back on their own heads. Give them over as plunder in a land of captivity.  Do not cover up their guilt or blot out their sins from your sight, for they have thrown insults in the face of the builders. (4:4,5)

When Jesus said, “Love your enemies, and pray for those that persecute you” (Matthew 5:44), I think he was thinking of a prayer just like this.

One thing you will notice about Nehemiah is that he knew he was walking into a very dangerous situation when he traveled back to Jerusalem.  There were people in the land that wanted to stop any rebuilding of Jerusalem.  They would taunt the workers day and night, but there were some things you notice in Nehemiah that are critical to understanding Jesus message.

First, Nehemiah expressed his anger toward his enemies to God.  It is not easy to come right out and “love” your enemy.  By its very definition, this is not possible.  However, what Nehemiah does is direct his anger toward God.  He doesn’t carry out anger on his enemy.  This is essential to a good witness.  How can you tell someone about the love of God when you are expressing anger and hate?

David did this quite often.  He would be abused by his enemies and then take that anger to God.  When he later encountered his enemies, he took mercy on them.  Had he not directed his anger to God, he may have sinned by doing something to his enemies that would displease God.

When you get angry, don’t sin (See Ephesian 4:26).  Remember that prayer is simply conversations with God.  That is what you need to have so that God can relieve you of the anger and let you see more clearly.

Finally, he leaves the judgment of his enemies to God alone.  This is important.  You do not have the right as a believer to carry out judgment on others.  It is God’s to avenge.  It is also perfectly fine for you to acknowledge to God that you’d like Him to avenge.  This is not contrary to the “pray for those that persecute you”, it is simply being honest.

You may also want to include prayers like, “forgive me for my anger”, “help me love my enemy”, and others similar to this if you find yourself praying for vengence.

Certainly the goal of a believer is to mature, and as you do, you will find that your enemies have less impact on your spiritual well-being.  David late in his life actually passed by one of his enemies as insults were being hurled at him.  He calmly let it happen even supposing that they could be words from God to keep him humble (2 Samuel 16:5-14).  When reading stories about David like that, keep in mind that God considered him a man after his own heart.

So in short, don’t take matters into your own hands with your enemies and those that want to hurt you; go to God first, release your frustration, ask for a change of heart and react with the wisdom God gives you.

See Part 4

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What’s a Believer to do about our Political Situation?

Posted by undergroundchurch on August 29, 2009


Intro:

This article is a bit longer than normal, and certainly more political than most of the ones I publish, but I felt such an urgency to write it that it kept me up half the night.  I finally succumbed to the drive to write and woke up at 5 AM on a Saturday morning to put it all down… That in itself should tell you something.

The UnderGroundChurch Pupose:

The purpose of the UnderGroundChurch is to prepare the church and anyone seeking God for the days ahead which include new methods of doing church in an increasingly hostile environment and understanding the environment from prophetic angle so that as things occur in our American society, we can take hope that no matter what actually happens in America, two things are always true:

1)      America, as great as she once was and to some degree still is, is not the center of God’s plan.

2)      God has a plan that will unfold.  It will be messy, and that is by design.  It is not to be feared if you are a believer, but to be embraced as a time of refining, rebuilding, reorganizing and revival in the church. 

The Dream:

Last night, I dreamt of a changing world.  It was such a powerful dream that I still remember every detail of it, which for me is extremely rare.  The following is that dream.

My family and I just installed a pool at the house (that’s the good part, hope that it comes true someday). As we are swimming in the rather frigid waters, I was talking of creating a solar heater system to make the water somewhat bearable.  As we were conversing, two rocket ship like objects blasted out of the earth about a mile away in town.  They looked almost alien in their appearance with technologies that couldn’t be manmade.

They landed on the town, sprouted four legs each and began a journey that lead them straight toward us.  As they walked along, their powerful pace and frightening appearance cause everyone around to pause in fear.  I looked to the street where some military vehicles pulled up.  I was set back by their inactivity; I mean, they are the military here to protect us, so why weren’t they shooting it or something?

I walked over to them after the craft stepped over our house, and as I approached, I saw them waving green flags that had a camouflage pattern.  This certainly intrigued me, so I asked them what they were doing. Their answer literally woke me from my slumber.

The soldier there told me that everyone would be issued three flags.  As the robot like crafts passed by, you were to wave the flag that represented your support for our government.  The first flag was the one the soldiers were waving.  It represented support for the current government.  The camouflaged nature of the flag meant that your support didn’t necessarily mean you agreed with everything, but that you wouldn’t do anything about it even if you didn’t agree; therefore, your support was implied, and you were safe.

The second flag was white with some symbols I didn’t recognize in a circle in the middle.  The white flag told the alien looking craft that you were a believer, and that you wanted to practice your faith.  You were committing to practice your faith in so far as you didn’t speak against the current system of government, and that you weren’t going to make any waves.  You were just going to be spiritually minded and not concerned with the political or social environment around you.

The final flag was red. This represented you as a rebel to the ways of the government and that you opposed the direction the government was taking and that you were willing to fight for freedom.

In the absence of waving a flag, the default interpretation of your intention was that you were a “red flag waver”.  A red flag waver was the enemy and would be captured or killed on site to preserve the new American way of life.

Waking Thoughts:

As I awoke, I reviewed the dream and was reminded of a speech almost a half-century ago in 1961 that Ronald Reagan gave about the threat that lay before the American people.  This speech, which I was reminded of recently and which I have posted below, coupled with the changing times made me think of the challenge before the believer.  Do we get involved?  If so, how involved do we get?

“A democracy cannot exist as a permanent form of government. It can only exist until the voters discover that they can vote themselves money from the public treasure. From that moment on the majority always votes for the candidates promising the most money from the public treasury, with the result that a democracy always collapses over loose fiscal policy followed by a dictatorship.

The average age of the world’s great civilizations has been two hundred years. These nations have progressed through the following sequence:

  • from bondage to spiritual faith
  • from spiritual faith to great courage
  • from courage to liberty
  • from liberty to abundance
  • from abundance to selfishness
  • from selfishness to complacency
  • from complacency to apathy
  • from apathy to dependency
  • from dependency back to bondage.

—unknown

The Constitution was given as a framework of the nation for two reasons:

1)      To limit the powers of the federal government, giving governmental powers not specifically granted in the Constitution to the state governments (see the unenforced 10th Ammendment)

2)      To protect the citizenry of this great nation for a government that, by design, seeks to grow its power, intrude in people’s lives, oppress its people and in the end, control everything – thus ending our republic (See the first 10 Amendments, a.k.a. the Bill of Rights)

The Bill of Rights aren’t freedoms granted by the government for us, they are our protection measures given to protect us from an out of control government.  Over the past 50 years, those rights have been diluted by ideologies foreign to the framer’s original intent.  The Constitution is no longer a framework, but an obstacle.  Freedom is no longer a right by default, it is a privilege given to a few.

What is Our Precedent?

Again, I ask, “So what is the believer to do?”  Is there Biblical precedent to do anything? Is their historical precedent to do anything?

Biblically speaking, there is a precedent.  Nations don’t just popup out of thin air, they are made.  God made a nation called Israel with rules, laws and ceremonies to govern their activities.  It wasn’t just a gathering of people to worship him; it was a nation under God to be governed by the will of God.

In the New Testament, there is not much political precedent to “rebuild” government, but rather an underground approach to change the hearts and mind of the leaders.  God wasn’t building a church-state, but a people whose hearts were bent toward him.

Paul actually sacrificed his freedom, rights and dignity for the chance to change the heart of Caesar.  He willingly was led captive to Rome so that in the hopes of real change, he might show the leader of the world the love and power of a humble Messiah; any governmental change would have been a byproduct of that change in the heart of Caesar.

Two hundred and thirty-three years ago, a group of God fearing, Bible believing men made a choice to break from a tyrannical king to create a new nation with the hope of freedom.  It cost many, many lives to establish that new nation, and many more to keep it, but in the end, it became one nation, under God which impacted the world in ways never before seen.

What makes the founding of this nation unique is that never before was a nation created by the people for the people.  It was designed specifically to allow for the people to drive the growth of the nation.  It was not the intention of the framers to take on power over people but to empower the people.  Freedom was granted to the people and only the people could choose to give it away.

What next?

This is a tough question to answer.  At what point does out nation cross that line where the vote no longer works, where freedom is gone, where society is lost to government control, where the “American dream” for a brighter future gives way to an “American memory” of what once was?

A day may come when the people’s voices are no longer heard and a rebellion foreseen as possible by the framers of our nation actually manifests. That day I believe is sure to come as long as a thirst for freedom still exists in our nation.

This is a possible outcome, but is not necessary if we can take action while our voice is not silenced.  We are believers first, but as believers in America, we are obligate to work hard to set a tone for America. 

In setting that tone, we must always understand that you can’t legislate morality, virtue and character.  You can’t “make” people believe in God; you can’t force your opinions on others.  Unfortunately, the government is not bent that way and because they are men and women given power, they can be corrupted and lose sight of why they are there in the first place… to defend freedom.

We must fight for the hearts and minds of the American people.  That is our first call.  You don’t legislate change, but you can inspire people.  If the last campaign taught us anything, it taught us the power of inspiration. 

The Political Tone:

President Obama won the election without telling anybody what he actually believed, how he was actually going to do anything, without any opposition, without any leadership or governing experience, without any executive or military experience.  He won with one word, “change”, which in itself doesn’t say anything.  However, the word spoke to people because they wanted something different, and they didn’t really care what it was as long as it wasn’t the status quo.  They were voting against the current circumstances, not for the direction that has been set in the past 8 months.

He has set a tone in our government not seen in this country in 50 years.  The tone is one that has been tried for over 100 years and has failed every time it is implemented.  But what it speaks to is the destruction of our political infrastructure, our freedom and our way of life.

Both the Democratic and Republican parties do not exist today.  The Democrats have been taken over by the minority extremists in their party that seek to undermine the whole point of our Constitutional government. The party of JFK, fiscally conservative, socially balanced and defenders of national freedom, has given way to liberal extremism, apologizing to the world for being a leading nation that stands up for absolute truth in the face of relativistic ideology.

The Republican Party has lost its voice, its power and its conservative roots.  The party of Lincoln and Reagan is now leaderless, and the leaders that try to step up are either spineless or shut down by pseudo leaders and the media.

Real Change:

The only political change you can believe in is change back to the system that actually works and not an experiment that has repeatedly failed.  There is a swell of opposition to the current direction of our nation because of legitimate fears that our freedom, our way of life and our history will become a memory. 

As believers in Jesus, we can capture this wave of change and fight to win the hearts and minds of the people, not just for political reasons, but for eternal reasons. 

“By our apathy, by our acquiescence, and by our ignorance, the church of Jesus Christ has consigned itself to irrelevance and impotence in the ongoing struggle for the soul of America.”—Alexis De Toqueville

People are circumstantially driven.  The feelings are based largely on their environment.  Fear is a powerful weapon that is used quite extensively from both the left and right.  Quotes like, “If we don’t pass this legislation now…”  can create a sense of desperation where there really doesn’t need to be panic. 

Believers are not to drive people with fear.  We use the opposite force, FAITH!  Fear and faith are both of the same substance, but have vastly different results. Fear is the belief that it’s all bad; faith is the belief that it’s all good. 

Our Choice Matters

We can cry a rally call for conservative values, Constitutional ways, American spirit, and  Godly principles, but we must do so with a heart of God.  We must stand on truth, not fear.  We must do everything for people, not for selfish interest or power.  We don’t do it to legislate morality and virtue but to facilitate an atmosphere where people have a choice.

The best and worst part of freedom is that we have a choice to make choices.  This is the essence of Love.  Love only exists when the choice not to love exists.  If I have no choice but to love, then I am not truly loving. 

God gave Adam that choice in the garden, and Adam chose not to love.  That choice still exists for each one of us today, and God still waits for our answer. 

So always remember that whether we win or lose, we fight the good fight of faith and that if we don’t operate in love, we are nothing and our message means nothing.

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Prayer the Nehemiah Way Part 2 of 8

Posted by undergroundchurch on August 27, 2009


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Nehemiah 1:4-11

Here’s the setup, Israel has been in captivity for almost 70 years.  Nehemiah inquires about Jerusalem and the land of Israel, and when he hears the report, he wept, mourned for several days, fasted and prayed.

I have to stop right here and ask a very probing question, “When was the last time you were moved to tears with the things that move the heart of God?”  I’m not talking about troubles you are going through; I mean the very things that drive the plan of God.  When was the last time you wept for a lost soul or the social deprevation of our nation or the nation of Israel (as in Nehemiah’s case)?  If we aren’t closely interested in the things that move God, we can’t expect to move God when we want something.

It wasn’t until after days of fasting and prayer that we actually get to see the prayer he writes down in verses 4-11. 

Notice the prayer:

When I heard these things, I sat down and wept. For some days I mourned and fasted and prayed before the God of heaven. 5 Then I said:
       “O LORD, God of heaven, the great and awesome God, who keeps his covenant of love with those who love him and obey his commands, 6 let your ear be attentive and your eyes open to hear the prayer your servant is praying before you day and night for your servants, the people of Israel. I confess the sins we Israelites, including myself and my father’s house, have committed against you. 7 We have acted very wickedly toward you. We have not obeyed the commands, decrees and laws you gave your servant Moses. 8 “Remember the instruction you gave your servant Moses, saying, ‘If you are unfaithful, I will scatter you among the nations, 9 but if you return to me and obey my commands, then even if your exiled people are at the farthest horizon, I will gather them from there and bring them to the place I have chosen as a dwelling for my Name.’

 10 “They are your servants and your people, whom you redeemed by your great strength and your mighty hand. 11 O Lord, let your ear be attentive to the prayer of this your servant and to the prayer of your servants who delight in revering your name. Give your servant success today by granting him favor in the presence of this man.”
      I was cupbearer to the king.

It’s important to see the pattern of this prayer because it was answered in a big way (read the rest of the book to find out).

  1. He starts with worship.  Make a note of this… ALWAYS START WITH WORSHIP!!! You can’t do too much of this.  As a basic practice, I spend a majority of my time when praying in this mode.  Here’s why, when you get to the New Jerusalem (See Revelation 21-22), you will be in a constant mode of worship.  It is your eternal destiny, so if you don’t enjoy it now, you might be bummed.
  2. He repents (for himself and his nation). This is crucial.  If you aren’t humble and spiritually clean, your worship and prayers are going to be a stench before God. Also, we believers are the ones that are given the perogotive to pray for our nation.  Do you think the unbeliever is going to pray?  “We the people” makes us a nation of people… a team.  You can’t blame an individual for losing the game, it’s a team event.
  3. He stood on God’s promises.  What God promises, he completes.  You can’t go wrong believing God.  When you review His promises, you are showing faith in God.
  4. Asks to be part of the plan of God.  He takes a step of faith to believe God for his promise.  He goes to the king to ask for permission to resolve the problem, but first, he bathed it in prayer, fasting, the word, worship, repentence and faith.

Lesson to learn, Don’t be too one dimensional in your prayer life.

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Prayer the Nehemiah way 1 of 8

Posted by undergroundchurch on August 26, 2009


Prayer is powerful, plain and simple.  It is a means God gave us to communicate with Him, and one important thing to remember is that God has not changed… ever!

Sure we have an avenue of grace with God that didn’t exist before, but the truth is that God still expects righteousness, repentence, worship and sacrifice.  We live in a “bless me” generation, and while it is true that God loves to bless his children, as one author said, “He is more concerned about your character than your comfort.”

Prayer needs to be a balance that is at least half worship a quarter repentence, with the remainder primarily focused on others.  Oh yeah.  If you still have time at the end, bring your needs before him, but remember that He already knows what you need, are you willing to sacrifice in your prayer life for his will to be done?

Nehemiah was a man that knew the power of prayer and was able to balance it well.  Prayer changed him as it changed the people around him and still succeeded in moving the nation forward.

In the next few posts, we are going to look at the prayers of Nehemiah, a man that knew adversity, stood in the face of fear through faith in God and took huge risks in order to see the will of God come to pass.

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95% of the Putts left Short, Don’t Go In

Posted by undergroundchurch on August 22, 2009


Yogi Bera said it the only way he can when he said, “95% of the putts left short don’t go in”.  We always strive to be better,  and in our hearts, I know we all wish we were perfect.

But, what is perfection?

There is the idealistic image of perfections – no flaws, errors or failures, the ultimate state of quality and  excellence.

In fact, there are no equivelant words to describe perfection because it goes to the extreme of our vocabulary.  The best way to describe it is by showing things that is it not. (e.g. flawed). The short of it is that there is no way for us to reach a state of idealistic perfection.  If I reached a state of perfection tomorrow, I would travel a path of imperfection getting there, thus nullifying the perfection I had attained.  An imperfect being cannot attain a state of perfection for there will always be the stain of imperfection.

We flawed humans can’t achieve perfection, yet we know that Jesus says in the heart of his greatest teaching, “Be perfect as the Lord your God is perfect” (Matthew 5:48). 

It’s easy to take one verse out of the Bible and demand things that aren’t as though they are.  This is one of those times when context is everything.  The entirety of Chapter 5 and 6 deal with one basic subject – don’t think like humans, think like God. Look at the comparisons he makes:

  • The blessings: when you think you are in a state of abasement, you are actually in a state of blessing.
  • Let your light shine before everyone
  • Murder: if it is in your heart, you are guilty even before you commit the act.
  • Adultery: if you lust after a woman in your heart, you have committed it.
  • Divorce: If you do it for “irreconcilable differences”, you set yourself up for adultery
  • Turn the other cheek when attacked, don’t respond like the world does.
  • Love your enemies, pray for those that want to hurt you
  • If you love only those that love you, what good it that?

This is where he says, “be perfect”.  Then he goes on.

  • Give to the needy, only don’t tell everyone
  • Pray to God, not in order to gain admirers that think you pray so well
  • Fast and pray, but don’t make it obvious for self-gratification
  • Don’t worry about tomorrow

In the midst of all this attitude adjusting teaching, Jesus tells us to be perfect as the Father is perfect.  The word used here can also mean “complete” or “finished”.  It comes from the root “telos” meaning, “the end”.  

You can do the things listed above and not be perfect.  Your heart must change.  You must take on the heart of God and act like you are God’s child.  God is in the business of replacing hearts, not repairing hearts.

Perfection is an attitude adjustment.  It is when Jesus thoughts become your thoughts and you aim to please the Father above all else.  Paul tells the readers in the letter to the Colossians, “We proclaim him, admonishing and teaching everyone with all wisdom, so that we may present everyone perfect in Christ” (1:28). This perfection or completeness can only be found in Christ when Christ is all that is flowing through your very veins. 

Don’t strive for perfection for perfection’s sake; strive to become like Christ – perfection then comes as a byproduct of that relationship.

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Undeniable Truth Number 3

Posted by undergroundchurch on August 2, 2009


God Loves you!

I know that you’ve probably heard that many times, but if it doesn’t resonate inside your being, then you probably don’t quite grasp the power of that love.

To best understand this, you need to know what God’s love is and is not. 

God’s love is…

  1. Not determined upon your merit. You can’t earn His love.
  2. Irrevocable. You can’t make Him stop loving you, you can grieve God, but not make Him stop loving.
  3. Unfazed by your current circumstance.  He deals with your future and can forgive your past. Your situation is reconcilable.
  4. Life altering.  Think about this, the creator of the universe (yes the universe was created) loves insignificant you.  That is both humbling and empowering.

God’s love is not…

  1. Fluctuating.  He doesn’t love you less or more today than yesterday.
  2. Bought, bribed or bartered. You can’t work for him to make him love you more. You can’t make Him love you more because you go to church and never cuss, and you certainly can’t bribe him, “I’ll love you if you do this for me.”
  3. Human love.  God’s love is not even on the same plane as human love.  “While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.” Human love would not voluntarily give up its life for a bunch of reprobates that have not love in return.  God showed perfect love when we hated him most.
  4. To be taken lightly.  He loves and calls us children, but he also is a terrifying God that we must come before with fear and trembling.  Yet, we can come boldly before him, but only in holiness and with joy. There is no more perfect balance in the universe than that which is found in God.

God only wants one thing – your undying love in return.  I have heard many people say, “If God is so loving, why is there evil in the world?”  The answer is actually quite simple – we invited it.

The interesting thing about love is that you can’t truly love unless you have the option not to love.  Love is a choice, not a feeling or manipulation.  God gave us a choice through Adam to love Him first, and Adam refused, opting for death. We have that same choice to love God today, yet so many of us choose to ignore our option to love God in return, and instead choose to live only for this life.

God’s love is ever reaching, never ending and unrelenting, and the only way to truly experience the benefits is to surrender our pride and allow Him to release the power of that Love in our lives.

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