The church must say to such people, “You cannot live like the devil and have God working with you.” The disciples were not afraid to lift their voices against such mockery. Their dedication wasn’t to success, it was to Jesus Christ. Grace is represented as the church’s inexhaustible treasure, from which she showers blessings without asking questions or fixing limits. We dare to print books and call them Bibles, that only contain the promises of God. No one has the right to claim a promise of God that is taken out of its context. We must know that God is looking for quality, not quantity. It takes great courage to be a disciple of the Lord in this wicked and perverse generation. It is into this God has called us.
Luchen Bailey | PentecostalTheology.com