Saturday, March 10, 2012

Us Westerners typically love all things new, but old or aging. No.

Sometimes old is better than new. You know that many things our grandparents did in there day were simply more wholesome, healthy, and better for society around them, compared to all the unwise experimentation and messages we hear of today.


Lookin' here, there and everywhere, striving, too many believers in the South are seekin' hard after a new revelation, a "new word," a new smack-em-in-the-forehead kind of anointing, cuz they want to go to a new level in the Spirit.


Q. So what's wrong with the original Revelation to man (the Bible)? A. Nothin' - it's without error.


A new method, touch, or refill of God's Spirit ..ok. An appropriate new application for old truth that's biblical ..sure. I'm for it.


But why not stick with old truth in God's Way? Jesus is His Way. Just musing over, "Thus says the Lord: 'Stand in the ways and see, and ask for the old paths, where the good way is, and walk in it; then you will find rest for your souls.'" 6/16jer


"If it's true it ain't new, and if it's new it ain't true." ~ Greg Laurie


We should always be willing to embrace any old or new, just as long as it's in keeping with the Word and the Spirit of the New Covenant.

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