If a Major League baseball player goes to a Little League game, does he feel threatened by the 7-year-old players there? Of course not. And why not? He realizes that he plays at a much higher level. He realizes he possesses much more talent and ability than those kids at the Little League game. So, envy and inferiority doesn’t even make sense.
We recommend reading or listening to our article “When The Woman Saw…” It’s only a 4 minute read. You can also listen to the audio version.
Did you know that the Bible says the fall of all humanity happened simply because Eve went by what she saw? That’s actually in the Bible! Check it out!
Take a look at this Old Testament commandment:
Exodus 20:7 (KJV) Thou shalt not take the name of the LORD thy God in vain…
It’s very popular to speak about “loving God with your life“ in the church today. But did you know that you can’t love God with your life? And did you know that “loving God with your life“ is actually not in the Bible? Loving God is simply believing what Jesus did for you!
You don’t need to know everything there is to know to bear lots of fruit! This notion that because you don’t know everything, or because your mind is not fully renewed yet, that you can’t see miracles in your life is simply not true. Otherwise, most, if not all of us, would not be able to see miracles in our life, because we don’t see Jesus perfectly.
It seems like many, if not most Christians, believe that God controls everything in the universe. They feel that God can intervene in situations wherever and whenever He wants. The only way a person can believe this (and I mean the only way), is to first believe that God can communicate good things to mankind apart from Jesus — simply because He feels like it.
You have doubtless heard a preacher, at some point, say “I haven’t arrived yet.“ This is super common to say in the church. But this is simply not true, at least not the way that they’re saying it.