Permit me to distress: I think some of us are Christians by peer-pressure...parent pressure; Pastor measure...church leisure...you get?
This is my perfection: that I am a mirror; this is my reflection: that GOD is GOD and I am in GOD and the world can wait.
Salvation is a transaction and although we cannot buy faith, faith bought us free and we can offer ourselves as testaments for this transaction: from debt and death to freedom in the kingdom of GOD.
This is the inheritance: that CHRIST is my buffer; that the very definition of “limitless” limits me; that the very example of freedom is my only limitation...
Take the bullets from a gun. Empty the barrel of sweet wine. Pull the plug of the television or better still change the frequency to one without a channel or clear signal. The gun is still a gun even without bullets; the barrel remains a barrel even without wine: bitter or sweet; and the television is on, quite alright, but you and I know that if it continues to show the blank screen (though switched on), it is of no use. That's what I mean.
I am best, gifted, when what I do is not from me. It is GOD who drives the car, sets in motion and flies in the air by HIS Will. To do GOD's Work, we need GOD because it is - after all - HIS work.
Where you are is where you carry truth to. You carry truth with you and nothing less or nothing else. Your presence should be true, your gift, truth; your person, truthful.
So when someone fights the Sabbath, it’s more than the day, it’s the intent of the institution of rest on/in GOD. When someone fights how marriage ought to be, it’s not just the order they fight but the GOD who made it so.
Don’t imprison GOD in an image, nor engrave GOD's presence to a location. Don’t hold it that GOD can only be here and GOD can only be spoken to here or that GOD can only be approached at these times alone and afterwards nothing. Don’t cage GOD, it says.