Should I do anything and everything that people ask me to do if I am able? Or should I do what I feel like doing? Or what seems to be required of me? Or what I would feel guilty about if I didn’t do it? Or should I do what I “feel called” to do?
I recently saw an episode of the TV show _NCIS_ in which there was a woman who heard a dead man speaking, leading her to find the years-dead body. She intuited how he had been killed and sensed something of his character and the events of his life.
You mean I have to sell all that I have? I don’t want to quit doing things I enjoy, or be homeless, or lose all my friends, or be disowned by my family, or be fired from my job, or lose my reputation and be disgraced.
“Set [your] minds on the things of the Spirit.” I can try to set my mind all I like, but each time I try, it bounces back to where it was in about one millisecond. How can I control my thinking like that?
Read Romans 6:1-11 How can you who have died to sin go on living in it? (Romans 6:2) “Therefore, since we are justified by faith, we have peace with God.” “We boast in our hope of sharing in the glory Read more…