Thought of the day:
“Teach me to do your will, for you are my God. May Your good spirit guide me on the right path! ” it is one of the noblest and most sincere prayers uttered from the lips of a man, and by which David, the great King of Israel, demonstrates to all of us the noble attitude and divine character that should guide the life of each of us.
In fact, one of the great mistakes that man makes during his life is to believe himself wise, considering that he knows before and after all how to behave in relation to the vital aspects of his ephemeral existence.
The same is true when it comes to expressing in practice the faithfulness to God, a chapter in which most of us remain courageous and then ashamed because most of the time we do not know how to relate correctly to the Divinity, nor how to communicate with the Godhead and especially, how to behave in accordance with His will.
In fact, the failure of postmodern Christianity has its roots precisely in our widespread indolence, in view of the correct understanding of the will of the Creator and the way in which we relate as such to the desire and directions of the Lord Jesus.
So, preferring to practice an “ear-to-ear” Christianity, one that runs parallel to the Bible rather than in accordance with its teachings, we have all plunged into the mists of ‘spiritual amateurism’ lacking so much consistency and effect, but especially from God.
But if we read carefully and diligently the text by which the Bible greets us today in the text recorded in Psalm 143:10, we realize that in order to properly understand the will of the Creator we must first learn how to communicate with Him, thus letting go of our own authority. in the skillful hand of the Holy Spirit; and then to apply in the same way in daily practice the whole methodology of true holiness and faith.
Pastor Florin Antonie