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Christians are to become not "tough" but poor in spirit; simultaneously vulnerable to evil yet untouchable by Satan; subject to all the vicissitudes of life yet mysteriously held by the unseen God.

Christians are to become not "tough" but poor in spirit; simultaneously vulnerable to evil yet untouchable by Satan; subject to all the vicissitudes of life yet mysteriously held by the unseen God.

The wilderness is where we learn the will of God is not about our initiative but the Spirit's indwelling us; where we learn to humbly participate rather than boldly taking charge.

This is what awakened Christians are after—knowing Jesus more and learning to hear his voice.

 To live in Christ is just plain sense. To try to live some other way is plain nonsense.

The wilderness is where we learn the will of God is not about our initiative but the Spirit's indwelling us; where we learn to humbly participate rather than boldly taking charge.

The wilderness is where we learn the will of God is not about our initiative but the Spirit's indwelling us; where we learn to humbly participate rather than boldly taking charge.

The wilderness is where we learn the will of God is not about our initiative but the Spirit's indwelling us; where we learn to humbly participate rather than boldly taking charge.

Before we become gloriously audacious we must become gloriously humble, and before we become gloriously humble we must become gloriously broken.

The pathway to the surpassing glory opens up when we learn to glorify God not in response to the rain but in the midst of a seemingly never ending drought. 

Elijah didn't God to validate him, nor even for God to vindicate himself before his people. No, Elijah simply asks for God to reveal himself.

 If I want to live, this is the way. I can live some other way and get hurt.

Transcendent faith—because God has done those things, we can now do these things—is the essence of doxology.

Transcendent faith—because God has done those things, we can now do these things—is the essence of doxology.

Most of us have discovered by now there are no "coincidences" with following Jesus—only holy serendipities.

The first half of the gospel is turning to the Lord. The second half of the gospel is beholding and becoming.

It is time for a massive re-approaching of Jesus Messiah, beholding him in all his revealed-yet-hidden spectacular glory.

Transformation is a gift. In fact, it is a glory. It comes not by functional activity but by transcendent receptivity. 

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