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Unconcious Christianity

Posted by appolus on March 7, 2013

The essence of unconscious Christianity is being unaware of your true spiritual state. By that, I do not mean your standing before God, nor do I mean carnal Christianity, if there is such a thing. I mean, a man must never believe that he has arrived. How many of us have thought we have learned a lesson, only to fail the very same lesson days later? What great things the Lord does when a man does not even realize he is being used. The greatest humility comes when we look full into His face. When we look at worship, worship vanishes, when we look at humility, pride finds a way in. In looking at any of the virtues of Christianity, one must take his eyes of Jesus and look to the left or to the right in front or behind. Yet to look into the face of Jesus and see the glory of God, this is where we are rightly shaped.

4 Responses to “Unconcious Christianity”

  1. Kris said

    If I could have liked this twice, I would have.

  2. appolus said

    Thank you Kris…………………bro Frank

  3. Leslie Manto said

    Yes, brother, this is the only true Hiding Place, where we are completely lost in His Holiness. The words just don’t describe this Living Presence, do they? As you always remind us, being in His Presence ruins us for this world. All of self and pretence, striving and self disappear in this RESTing place. Come quickly Lord Jesus!!!! Well I guess He is not quite ready!
    Keep us, Lord, keep us coming to this Holy Place in YOU until you come back for us!!!!!
    Sister L

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