What do I do with what I discern.

Am concerned about all those I know who have stopped going to church and are not gathering in some form as exhorted in Hebrews 10:25 Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some is; but exhorting one another: and so much the more, as ye see the day approaching. Leaving church because of seeing the church is not relational and judging that, once making that judgment you cannot move into relationships because it has opened the door to a spirit of independence and rebellion to reign. What do I do with what I discern? Most make a judgement according to what they believe is right or wrong. Unless it is by discernment one sees things taking place that are out of order, it will be by a personal judgement which open’s the door to being under the control of independence and rebellion, leaving no way to come into relationship, hence remain in isolation or go back to being under the situation you have judged. Discern but do not judge. This leaves you free to leave without the baggage of rebellion/control/ independence, and you are free to form new relationships. Summary… Whatever I discern I am not to judge. Rather, Ask Jesus what I am to do in that situation and follow His direction. Any decision made out of my own judgement locks me in to the situation I have judged and it will control me. Many have become like the dry bones as recorded in Ezekiel 37. The key to returning to having the right spirit is always through repentance. Lord I have blown it, forgive me and tell me what I must now do to prove I desire to be an obedient Child.
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