when I’m JudgeDave, clear-sighted about the weaknesses/failings of others — especially the opponents of my favorite sports teams. JudgeDave is always blind to his own sin, always leaning on his own understanding, always wise in his own eyes. Only when the Spirit of Jesus freshly convicts me of my sin of judgeship/independence/orphanhood, am I freshly […]
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by making a bigger, deeper difference in my life, that wows those around me, and wows me? Or have I believed the lie of the devil that what is, will always be; or worse? Is there way more unbelief in me than I’ve realized? Do I need to confess my unbelief in the possibility of Jesus […]
is to get me to believe that my life is mine to live, and that all humans have our own lives to live. But I’m no longer a free man. Freedom is a lie and an illusion, to keep believers in the prison of human accomplishment, the prison of feel-good-about-self-based-on-my-performance. I’ve been bought with […]
The paragraph below was written in September by one of the pastors I mentor, doing a great job of recruiting prayer, weekly, from outside his congregation, for revival in his own heart, and in the dwindling, revival-resistant congregation he began pastoring 18 months ago, with little progress to report. And below that, an October report. […]
but I am addicted to ministry, relationships, investments, health management, and toys (cars/motorcycles). A missionary friend wrote in his prayer letter about a new addiction to a computer game. “I found myself thinking about the game continuously — when I first woke up, in quiet moments throughout my day, and when I went to sleep […]
Jesus making a wow difference in believers. What might that look like? Howbout a contagious thankfulness that makes no sense, given my present circumstances? So freshly overwhelmed with Jesus and His performance imputed to me, that nothing else in my life hardly matters to me, no matter how harrrd, no matter how much my flesh hates it, […]
when I see the wickedness/evil of my independence, because otherwise, I tend to think of myself as not so bad, tend to be more focused on the weaknesses/sins of others, tend not to see my dissatisfaction with Jesus and His performance imputed to me, tend to not feel keenly the need for a SaviorShepherd, tend […]
it’s because I’m self-dependent way more than I’m Jesus-dependent. Prove it, Dave. Well, Jesus said, “Follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men.” Follow Jesus, rather than following self. Jesus-dependency verses self-dependency, i.e. leaning on my own understanding, being wise in my own eyes — human power verses Jesus-power. Okay, Dave, so I’m […]
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