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Ahila Prabu

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  1. Yes, I said destroy your list and look for a miracle, but I do believe in balance. If we need to use a list, then we are to use it for our personal convictions alone. If you have questions about the strategies used by another minister, question it, but to your own self question. If you are quite not sure of an identity of a christian minister, be skeptical, in your own mind be skeptical. There is all these provisions to discern, see here the same john (agreeing with the authorship of 1 John) exhorts, “Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God: because many false prophets are gone out into the world.” (1 John 4:1) Another place where there is an exception presented is at Galatians 1:8, “But even if we, or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel to you than what we have preached to you, let him be accursed.” Paul warns the Galatians, “If it’s even me, don’t accept any other gospel, other than this one.” Now the question is, “what is the gospel Paul is talking about?” At least for me, Paul always provides answers maybe little before or after the text. Let’s read further, “a man is not justified by the works of the law but by faith in Jesus Christ, even we have believed in Christ Jesus” (Galatians 2:16). Now that is the gospel, we should have our list hard and fast to evaluate. When we hear the gospel, does it add or takes of anything to the FINISHED WORK OF CHRIST? Oh, in it be fully deterring. Finally, the content of the ministry matters, not strategies. We all have differences in preferences and gifting; I have friends who goes door to door to preach Christ, others with the mics in the street corners, yet others in a very hostile remote parts of the world, and look at me sitting here in front of my comfy computer. I am confident each one’s work will be rewarded according to its efficiency, motives, and the measures given to them, but I refrain from judging any. If their contents are right, who am I to say, are you Elijah, prophet or Christ? Why then….. if not? If they don’t preach any other gospel than “Christ and Him Crucified”, Why do I hinder and say baptize not! you don’t fulfill my list? So, my friend, be careful so you don’t fall into the false hope of devil but be even more careful not to hinder the work of God by your thoughtless comments or pitiful list.
  2. And they asked him, saying, “Why then do you baptize if you are not the Christ, nor Elijah, nor the Prophet?” (John 1: 25) This is the question asked to John the Baptist by Levites and priests sent by the Pharisees, precisely to ask this question. As we all know pharisees dedicated their life to learn and keep Jewish laws. They have a list, and quite confident with it as well. They asked, “are you Christ, Elijah, the Prophet?” John answered very clearly, no, no, and no! that’s that, the Pharisees can’t tolerate any other ways this can be done. Their head is full of knowledge regarding the Messiah and the incidents surrounding His appearance, knowledge that is dry and full. There is no place for flexibility in their pre-made list, even it meant God’s sovereignty and omniscience in doing so. They had a list, and that’s all it can be. My friends, how sad at times, we fall into this trap as well. We have a preconceived notations and lists, and we totally miss the miracle that is staring at our eyes saying, “I am the voice crying out in the wilderness?” We ask, “are you……………...? why then……… if not? In many incidences. So, may I implore you today, look at the miracle that is starting at you. See the beauty that God is creating in your own wilderness. May your miracle be wearing animal skin, eating locust, strangest as it could be, you look deep into its eyes and hear its message. That might be the very place God begins the beautiful work of your salvation to come. Yet again I say, look deep, leave behind your pathetic list. There is no particular fashion God must work. Don’t you see, we are talking about the God who created black holes, and gas pillars in the middle of vast nothingness. Our Savior lacks nothing short of perfect creativity. Look and enjoy, don’t restrict Him to your imaginary box. Even a big enough box is still a box, that will never contain God. He doesn’t fit our descriptions, He is incomprehensible. I present three major pointers from this portion, If you have a list of how God must work in this situation, unfortunately you might miss the miracle in front of your eyes, It is nothing less of absolute arrogance to say, “we know exactly how God works,” It’s a sad truth, at times people filled with a great head knowledge of His Word, might failed to search more truth from the same Word. But the saddest part of it all, we dare ask another minister, why then ……. If not? And pitifully joint hands with those Pharisees. Before you scream out, “But there are exceptions!” please be patient and let me finish this series completely and we can discuss it all. For today, leave behind your list and look for the beautiful miracle in a strange package, sitting in front of you, and staring right at you. God indeed works mysteriously, and we call it a miracle.
  3. For the law was given through Moses, but grace and truth came through Jesus Christ. (John 1:17) When I was a child, I fantasized about becoming a police officer, even my father at times called me “Ahila, IPS” – high ranking police officer in Indian legal system. Law and enforcement are all attractive topics for me. Often, you might find some lingering effects of my former life even now, “don’t touch, don’t eat”. Laws those were much simpler than Moses law, but laws indeed. Crippling, joy killing, laws that I followed. Running around trees and sanctuaries, washing hair and bowing thousands of times, not out of reverence but fear. Law! I know full well, and its damaging effects to a soul. Then I realized, the truth that destroys the law. How ironic, truth should establish the law yet this one truth that destroys it. How is it possible? Isn’t it marvelous? This truth destroys law by fulfilling it. Love and grace that invigorated Christ to endure the cross. Grace that brought our freedom from sin. Grace that made us sons and daughters of the Highest. Grace that constrains us to be bond servants freely to Christ. Truth about that grace that made me a new being. It freed me from constraining religion to completely free relationship. It freed me from tedious rituals to delightful practices. It freed me from law to grace. Now please remember, truth almost always establishes law, but at times it destroys it by fulfilling it, and in that process, it frees the prisoner in deep trouble with the deepest LOVE.
  4. Hi, welcome. I. am not 5o but would you please give little bit more information about the writting project?
  5. Hello Friends, I am grateful and delighted to share this short story I wrote, that is published by “Tulip Tree Publishing, LLC.” It is featured as a story of the week in their website and the FB page as well. Read on, it’s a worthy story about one woman and her resolve. The woman I love, cherish, adore, and respect the most. I humbly thank God for her in my life, and the opportunity to record this story in this little corner of the big internet world. So, here I dedicate this story to my amazing mom “Her Resolve, Her Power.” http://www.tuliptreepub.com/story-of-the-week.html
  6. He was not that Light but was sent to bear witness of that Light. (John1:8) This verse is talking about a man, who is one of his kind. The scripture exhorts him as “among those born of women there has not risen anyone greater than John the Baptist.” (Matthew 11:11). That man, even John needed to remember and constantly repeat one truth “He was not that light.” There is one truth every gospel worker needs to be grounded in that we are not that light; we are bearing witness to The Light. Every gospel worker from a senior pastor of a mega church to a simple evangelist in the street corner, everyone should be reminded of and repeat this truth into our lives. Occasionally pride creeps in, occasionally self-flourishes, occasionally our own agenda advances, occasionally we fall into the trap of spreading our pathetic, bogus light into the world, and at every occurrence of that the result will be invariably devastating. As Charles Spurgeon once said, “The Lord will always throw the sword away from his hand when that sword begins to boast itself……….so will it be with you if you set down any good thing you have ever done to yourself, God will bring you down.” So, my fellow servants of the Great Master let me remind you, more so remind myself today, that we are not that light, but we are sent to bear witness of The Light. The glorious secret of every successful ministry seems to rest in knowing this, that He is the light and we are His little lamps. His love is the fire, His Spirit is our fuel, We are just a vessel, who holds it for a while. So, let’s keep on spreading The Light to this dark world, as we stand secure in this fire, fueled to the fullest, just remembering we are not their savior.
  7. “All things were made through Him, and without Him nothing was made that was made.” (John 1:3) As I read this verse, my creative brain runs to that awe-inspiring moment of time, when time itself began to exist. How spectacular, how powerful, how unfathomable it is, creation of time, matter, space, all of it as we know, and will never know. Now, all things were made through Him, Who also made you and loves you, isn’t it a thought worthy of reveling for a minute. As we grasp hold of that truth how, “Without Him nothing was made that was made.” As with all our senses we see, hear, touch, smell, and feel the beauty of creation in our tiny little corner of the galaxy. As we eat, sleep, rest, work and enjoy all that there is to this life. As we cherish and are cherished by fellow humans. We will soon cross the pain filled reality of the existence of evil. Pure, disgusting, diabolic evil in its core. Where did that come from? Very legitimate question to ask. In my little venture without any theological degrees attached, this is what I resolve to believe, Remove light there remains only darkness, Remove life there remains only dead carcass, Remove goodness there remains evil in its extreme. Even though at times, evil seem to be an outrageous, active, intentional plot of another, the essence of it is all simple absence of ever consuming goodness of God. As He is sovereign in allowing it to occur, in that first moment of rebellion of a perfect angel, the foolish encounter of eve with the serpent in Eden, today’s total depravity of this world we see and painfully behold, It’s all simple restrain of God’s goodness in expo. So, my friend, Behold the beauty of His handiwork, in the dark night sky, in the bright flowers of the day, even in the little life you may hold in your hand, Believe you are made by the One, through Him everything, But never forget, no intentional act is required, if He simply restrain His good, what remains is disaster, pain, death, and darkness. That’s why I say, Don’t think you stand, if you are not moving forward, you are falling backward, If you are not with God, you know who your head is, If you are not intentional in doing good, believe me pretty soon evil is all that will remain.
  8. Gospel of John is the book I desired to study for a very long time. Finally, here is that day to start. For the upcoming, how many ever days, weeks, or months He is going take me through this journey, I will be studying and sharing from John. If any of you are interested in joining me in this journey, you are most welcome. I titled this study, “Knowing the Word.” One of the goals for me to read and meditate on scripture is to know Him, intimately, personally, and as much as I can, to know Him. John beautifully starts his gospel referring Christ as WORD- Logos. Living, inspiring, never failing Word, Him! I want to know through this expedition, so tag along.
  9. Paul’s second letter to the Corinthians is captivatingly filled with deliberations, passion, emotions, joy and tears. It also ends with a fascinating benediction. In its end, this two-word phrase that caught my attention. He says “Become complete” (2 Corinthians 13:11). In another version it says “be made complete.” This Greek word “katartizó” means perfected to fulfill a destination, bring it to proper condition, to be repaired. I am really not sure what was in Paul’s mind as he exhorted Corinthians to “become complete” yet it seems we are all, Christians on this daunting task to become perfect. Perfect physically, spiritually, emotionally. Perfect so we will reach that wondrous destiny predestined for us. Fully repaired in our soul, mind, and body to overcome our depravity that traps us within ourselves. So, my sister, Put behind that perfection definite by the beauty magazine, Abandon the twisted perfection that was fed into to your mind, may it even be from a well intentional friend, family, even your spouse, Altogether destroy from your mind the deviated perfection that devil holds in his hand to lure you to busyness. And, raise to “be made complete” by the one WHO can complete you. Hear the same Paul giving the key to this riddle, he says somewhere else, “when you have Christ, you are complete.” ( Colossians 2:10). If you don’t have Christ, reach out to Him, He is near. If, you do have Him, walk like you know you are complete. Complete to fulfill your call. Repaired every time you fall. Perfect as you are covered with the perfection of THE PERFECT One. So tonight, allow me to remind you this truth, No matter how broken your body feels, No matter how dire your situation seems, No matter how miserably your relationship failed, No matter how helplessly your addictions snares, No matter how scared and fear filled your days appear, No matter how lonely and depressing your night grows, There is this truth, do you have Christ? then you are complete! Complete to do everything you ought to, complete to reach where you have to, truly dear, complete in everything you are made to…
  10. "And lest I should be exalted above measure by the abundance of the revelations, a thorn in the flesh was given to me, a messenger of Satan to buffet me, lest I be exalted above measure. Concerning this thing I pleaded with the Lord three times that it might depart from me. And He said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for My strength is made perfect in weakness.” Therefore most gladly I will rather boast in my infirmities, that the power of Christ may rest upon me. Therefore I take pleasure in infirmities, in reproaches, in needs, in persecutions, in distresses, for Christ’s sake. For when I am weak, then I am strong." ( 2 Corinthians 12:9) Amid the loud voices of the world crying, “Empowerment, inner strength, self-help”, I heard a soft yet serene Voice with the call to boast. I wondered, “Boast, again boast?” The Voice replied, “Yes boast, boast not in your strength, but in your thorn.” “Hmm, I have a thorn, I can boast.” I said. My thorn is subtle, I can hide it well with a simple smile. Fear, pressure, and that ever-consuming desire to control my life. Call it whatever, anxiety or unbelief, but the stress is real. Again, I acknowledged, “I have a thorn, I can boast. But just let me be clear, what my thorn really means? Why do I have it?” Then I heard the Voice respond, “It means significance. See Paul’s thorn was meant to keep him from exalting above measure by the abundance of his vision. Look at your thorn, it means significance. There never is a need to balance when there is no weight in the scale. Even devil doesn’t waste his time where there is nothing significant.” The Voice implored, “Look deep into your thorn, you are sure to find significance of your life.” I reluctantly respond, “Very well, but it’s hard to bear, this thorn at times feels like a punching bag of devil, himself.” The Voice with unchanging melody continued, “Look, even for Paul it seemed like a messenger of devil. Be assured of one truth, even Job’s trials came with My approval. What devil means for destruction is mostly My tool to reveal unending grace, My amazing love.” With my confused voice I dared to question, “I prayed and prayed, yet I see no change!” The Voice with perfect wisdom whispered into my pain, “My grace is enough, and that’s all you need.” One final thing, I continued to engage, “What am I to do with this weakness of mine?” Without any rage the Voice declared, “Take pleasure in infirmities, in reproaches, in needs, in persecutions, in distresses, for My sake. For when you are weak, it is then you are indeed strong.” So, I hold tight my thorn and seek to know little bit more. Beauty of my unique scars, the balance it holds, how it grounds me deep in the abyss of His love. What more can I say, I will boast more in my thorn! Just like Paul. It definitely seems when I am most weak, its then I am strong. Now my friend, do you have thorn, subtle or obvious, seasonal or always, humiliating or haunting? Do you have a such a thorn? Now hold it tight, cease to be shamed, boast in it my friend. It is right there your significance relies, confirmation of your strength, magnificent of His grace. Know your thorn, and boast in it dear. For the truth shall remain, “His grace is ENOUGH!”
  11. “For you were made sorry in a godly manner” Paul writers in (2 Corinthians 7:9). What, godly sorrow? Is there a thing like that, I have heard of godly joy, but sorrow! Well, if the inspired Word says so, lets dig deep into it. There is not only a godly sorrow but also it was once stirred by Paul, our great Paul! by his letter to Corinthians. I am not going to argue over whether there is a “sorrowful letter” in between I and II Corinthians or I Corinthians is the “sorrowful letter”. Regardless of that, Paul did write a “sorrowful letter” and Corinthians received it, that is what is matter. I am always troubled about Christians (well-meaning ones) tippy-toeing around others not to offend. Some may even go to the extent of compromising their deep convictions. It’s all done with good intention and misleadingly called “godly humility”. There are times, when a good Christian will raise up, look at evil in its face, call it a sin, and do so without apologies. Three truths about this godly sorrow, I am drawing from this portion of the scripture are. Godly sorrow must lead to repentance of a specific sin. Please read “I am happy now. It is not because you were hurt by my letter, but because it turned you from sin to God.” (2 Corinthians 7:9) Godly sorrow should not hurt a person personally, by demeaning their character, moral, or identity, it should be focused on their act. Paul confirms “You were not hurt by what we did.” The causative sin of the godly sorrow must be fully forgiven after repentance and necessary restitutions. Paul does it too “If you forgive a man, I forgive him also. If I have forgiven anything, I have done it because of you. Christ sees me as I forgive.” (2 Corinthians 2:10) Now, let’s deal with, why we should defy our natural desire to please and, face the confrontation right on? Because, when done rightly it can produce amazing results. Look, what the sorrowful letter had done to the Corinthians. Paul exclaims, “For observe this very thing, that you sorrowed in a godly manner: What diligence it produced in you, what clearing of yourselves, what indignation, what fear, what vehement desire, what zeal, what vindication!” I love many of these inspiring outcomes, my heart pumps little faster to read this portion with exclamation, indignation, vehement desire, zeal, vindication! Oh, wow and wow, even in Corinthians that sorrowful letter produced zeal. Why would I dare to hold someone from gaining zeal, by protecting my desire to please? So, my friend, unapologetically, appropriately, and if applicable, Write your sorrowful letters, Make that sorrowful call, Text away your sorrowful text….. That is a very Christian thing to do, but after it produces zeal, and repentance, forgive and move on. May I add, never forget to affirm your love in the midst of it all. Read here what Paul writes, like a helpless romantic he says, “I do not say this to condemn; for I have said before that you are in our hearts, to die together and to live together.” And that kinda love, love in the midst of confrontations, that confirms godliness.
  12. It is seldom we all sit together as a family to have a passionate talk. Thank God, we got to have one of those conversations yesterday. As we both fervently talked about Christ, His birth, death, and resurrection, Nesia, my five-year-old girl paused and asked, “Why would God do that mom, it’s so weird.” “weird” she said. We have one phrase that saves us every time we have these kinda questions, “Because, Jesus loves us Nesia!” So far it seems to put her at ease every time. I am sure she needs to take her own journey to understand what it means “to be loved by the Creator of this universe” as each one of us have to. Yet, in all its sense, it is extraordinary, supernatural, nothing usual about, the GOD of the universe, taking a human form, humiliated to the core, died on the cross, and gloriously resurrected. It is incomprehensible for a tiny puny human mind to comprehend. As Nesia responded, “It is weird” in a four years terminology. But my friend, He did indeed, came, died, and victoriously rose again. I am sure His love for us definitely have a lot do with it, but that’s not all of it, Biblical scholars can give plenty of reasons more. By the end of the day, this truth beyond us, yet true. One of my favorite Authors Lysa Terkerst posted yesterday, “Easter isn’t just a celebration. It’s a personal revelation. It’s where the unknowns of today feel less excruciating because of the certain victory of tomorrow.” How true it is! Just because He rose again, the pain and depravity of this world is little bit more tolerable, Just because He rose again, the fears that cripples me even to think of the potential threats, I navigate everyday seems less scary. Just because He rose again, I can look at the face of the evil and smile. Just because He rose again, in every mention of sin, “we are angry about it. We want to do something about it” just like the Corinthian believers in 2 Corinthians 7:11. My friend, you may call it strange, weird, unbelievable, supernatural…….whatever. But, what does this truth stirs in your heart? That matters. The truth that He came, died, and He is Risen, He is risen indeed!
  13. Many might cringe reading this verse “Do not be unequally yoked together with unbelievers.” (2 Corinthians 6:14). Many with unbeliever as a family member, friends, even spouse might quickly circumvent this verse. But, let me take a minute and dwell here, I, even I, with the mother, sisters, brother, and friends who are unbelievers. For a long time I read it quickly to spare dwelling on my “unfortune” of spending most of my time among unbelievers, and then I read this verse “ The Son of Man came eating and drinking, and they say, ‘Look, a glutton and a winebibber, a friend of tax collectors and sinners!” (Matthew 11:20). He didn’t seem to be intimidated by this title “a friend of tax collectors and sinners” why should I cringe at holding the same? Before you skeptics roar saying, “See, there is a biblical inconsistency.” Let me present my point. Every time I read this word “yoke” in bible, those childhood memories of intriguingly watching bulls pulling a stunning bullock cart in one of the Indian cities, comes to mind. That is exactly what it means to be yoked, to pull the weight together. United so close, for one purpose, one destiny, and share every single value. I am sure Christ was not yoked with sinners, but He was a friend of sinners. It might seem like a word play but there indeed a vast area between these two. Except in marriage, no other relationship really mandates one purpose, one destiny, one faith, one belief, essentially yoked. So, my christian friends, if you are known as a friend of sinners (unbelievers), rest assured your Savior held the same title. But be very careful, not to be unintentionally yoked with them. If you pretend, compromise, balance, your christian value for just being united, it is then you got yoked, and that! Paul condemns. He asks heatedly, “what do righteousness and wickedness have in common? what fellowship can light have with darkness? What harmony is there between Christ and Belial? what does a believer have in common with an unbeliever?” And I will answer, “Nothing, absolutely nothing.” Yet, Righteousness saves the wicked, Light dispels darkness, Christ won belial, We carry Christ to unbelievers. And my friend that requires connection, love, sensitivity, even friendship. “Not for yourself, O church, do you exist, any more than Christ existed for himself.” Said once, a Prince of Preachers. Now reason, how do we exist to bring some to the saving knowledge, when everyone we know, already knows? So, let’s go get friends, but we better not be yoked.
  14. We try to live in such a way that no one will ever be offended or kept back from finding the Lord by the way we act, so that no one can find fault with us and blame it on the Lord. (2 Corinthians 6:3) Paul who tried to live in such a way to not offend anyone yet seemed to have offended multitudes. There are books, sites, and cults formed to simply dispute Paul’s authority as an apostle. It’s one thing to love and another to please with pressure, It’s is one thing to be patience but another to tolerate abuse, It’s one thing to be in tribulations but another to tolerate tyranny, It’s one thing to be in need another to be lazy, It’s one thing to be in distresses for gospel but another to panic about everything, It’s one think to live in such a way to not offend anyone, and another to compromise our convictions, confine ourselves to this world and its popular patterns. So, my friend, for Christ’s sake live an authentic and humble life, but for anything else live a life with dignity, confidence, clarity, and without compromise. After all, God considered you worthy enough to save, with His own blood and life.
  15. Thanks for the response Rivka. Hope you get well soon. Meeting up in person might not be practical, in this season of my life. But if you can decide any other ways, let me know. Also SoCal is huge, I live in Palmdale, where are you from?
  16. It is that simple. One night I expressed my long-term desire to author a book, and passionately discussed the need for me to start seriously working on it with my DH. Next day, he got me this pen, pen with the big diamond (fake). I wondered, “what I would have done, if the roles are reversed!” I would have given him long list of plans and steps he needs to accomplish to achieve his goal. I might have researched editors, publishers, agents. I would have bugged him every night to write at least 500 words…… the list continues. See, He just got me this pen and handed it to me with a confident smile. And, that gave me all I needed, all the support, all the love, all the warmth, I ever dreamed of. The irony is I don’t ever write my manuscripts with a pen, I type. But just keeping this pen next to me speaks a ton. It somehow says, “You got this girl, go for it,” or “I am here, if you need anything.” or “If you fail that’s fine, you tried, and it’s worth it.” And many, many phrases that he can never conjure up or express with his words, but this simple pen, says it all!!! At times, the “support” your spouse need is that simple. Just buying a 5$ pen with a fake diamond that makes her feel like a “queen of writing.” You don’t have to come up with an extensive plan, spend all night browsing for an agent, publisher, and an editor. You don’t ever have to bug them about how they need to get started, just buy that pen. Maybe it is that simple. 😊
  17. The Death Within. Seldom after hurricanes or other tragic incidences, we hear stories of heroes who sacrificed their lives for someone else, even for a stranger. I am always intrigued by stories like that. As far as I am concerned, I might willingly give up my life for my little girl and that’s that, I must even think twice about my husband. But look, here Paul is exclaiming how his death is a gain for Corinthians. How painstakingly but with the most certainty Paul declares, “So then death is working in us, but life in you.” (2 Corinthians 4:12). Thank God, we are not all destined to die like Paul or other martyrs. Yet, often I am reminded that as believers we are, “always carrying about in the body the dying of the Lord Jesus, that the life of Jesus also may be manifested in our body.” Death to ourselves, our pride, our comfort, even our well-deserved right to freedom, and pursuit of happiness. Now and then, we come to the cross roads of carrying death to ourselves, our pride, our comfort, our happiness, our time to relax, so the splendid life of Jesus maybe manifested in our body for an unsaved soul to behold. And, let me give you a secret. When you feel the excruciating pain of the little pride (need for comfort or right to happiness) in yourself dies, claim this truth with me, “we do not look at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen. For the things which are seen are temporary, but the things which are not seen are eternal.” (2 Corinthians 4:18). Don’t we have a Savior, Who modeled this to the fullest!
  18. Thanks Rivka, for the response. Worthy ideas, but how are we going to "meet up"?
  19. 13 And since we have the same spirit of faith, according to what is written, “I believed and therefore I spoke,” we also believe and therefore speak (2 Corinthians 4:13). Seemingly different individuals, in different eras, in different context, said the very same thing, “I believed and therefore I spoke.” They both spoke, One with tons of poems another with epistle after epistle, One with disabling sickness another with a devastating discouragement, One to his Great Creator, another to his skeptical followers. Now, you and I share on thing in common with these two spiritual giants. We do BELIEVE, we believe with the same spirit of faith, faith in the glorious work of our Savior. So, speak without compromise, Speak with clarity, Speak to your child, your husband, your mother, even to a stranger, Speak of your Savior’s grace, love, and power, Speak of your life, redemption, and transformation, Speak of THE TRUTH, Speak when your audience get uncomfortable, Speak when all your pride cries, “stop”, Speak when no one seem to hear, Speak when people call you intolerant, Speak when you are misunderstood, judged, and shamed, Speak as you are hard pressed to denounce. Just speak of one think my friend, and you won’t be wrong, speak of only “Christ, and HIM crucified”.
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