Here is a MIND BLOWING quote from Cheryl McGrath’s article:
No one likes a flirtatious bride except the one with whom she is flirting. Every small compromise where the values of God’s Kingdom are not honoured is a spiritual flirtation with the world.
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When Jesus was led into the wilderness after His baptism at the Jordan, He was full of the Spirit of God (Lk 4:1). Many days later He returned from the wilderness to Galilee, this time in the power of the Spirit (Lk 4:14). Something happened in the wilderness that empowered Jesus more deeply to hear, obey and move in complete compliance with the Holy Spirit. Later He would say “the Son can do nothing of Himself, but what He sees the Father do; for whatever He does, the Son also does… “(Jn 5:19). His wilderness experience was instrumental in enabling Him to both live and walk wholly by the Spirit of God. The scriptures record that often when Jesus was pressed by the crowds He would return to the wilderness (Lk. 5:16; Mark 1:35; Mark 6:32). For Jesus, the wilderness was not…
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