Understanding the times and writing to The Guardian re. Franklin Graham — TheWeeFlea.com

In my humble opinion this by David Robertson is essential reading for ALL who claim to follow Jesus Christ, and especially for church leaders… 

This months EN article…. 1 Chronicles 12:32 is a fascinating verse. It speaks of ‘men who understood the times and knew what to do’. In an age of confusion it’s clearly something that we need today. The devil’s tactic as the father of lies is to sow discord, create confusion and magnify division. It appears…

Continue reading at UNDERSTANDING THE TIMES & WRITING TO THE GUARDIAN – EN Article — TheWeeFlea.com

2 thoughts on “Understanding the times and writing to The Guardian re. Franklin Graham — TheWeeFlea.com

  1. Hi
    Please reflect on the word ‘claim’ in this sentence : essential reading for ALL who claim to follow Jesus Christ

    It may appear insignificant or churlish on my part, but as a regular reader and advocate of your blog I feel it only right to point this out. I won’t expand further only for you to consider.

    Blessings
    Peter Read

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    • Thank you for your valued remark and support Peter.

      I use ‘claim’ deliberately in order to make readers stop and think! It’s not about the particular issues behind this controversial ban upon preaching the Good News, but essentially about whether or not every follower (ie. me and you too) is keeping Jesus as Lord of EVERY part of our lives – if He’s not Lord of ALL then He’s not Lord at all.

      My personal focus is to try meeting His triple insistence in John 14 of obedience as a demonstration of loving Him (vv 15, 21, 23). Next, is to avoid judging my brethren.

      Earlier in the day I’d received an objection from one of the leaders of a group that’s prone to being an advocate of the Accuser in its heresy hunting; which only serves the serpent and not our Saviour; if not committing the unforgivable sin too!

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