Do you ever wish it was that easy to restore what’s broken inside of us? Maybe it’s some deep seated pain, or a relationship, a wounded spirit, or an addiction. Maybe it’s a dysfunction that you can’t overcome or a sin that you can’t break away from.
At what point do I become DESENSITIZED by my own pursuits that I lose track of what’s really important in life? And, as a Christian, at what point do I turn a blind eye to pleasing God in order to justify the follies of my own free will.
When you think of what you have, how you got it, and who you are, do you congratulate yourself or do you praise God, from whom all blessings flow?
God, however, did not care about the SIZE of the TEMPLE, He only cared about the PURPOSE of the TEMPLE. Through an angel, God told Zerubbabel, “This is the word of the Lord to Zerubbabel: ‘Not by might, nor by power, but by MY SPIRIT,’ says the Lord Almighty” (Zechariah 4:6).
Someday, we will all be held accountable for everything we believe. We will be held accountable for our desires, for our motives, and for our beliefs. So, while we still have a chance, we MUST take some time to do an internal inventory on WHY we believe what we believe. We must seriously CONSIDER THE SOURCE of our every belief.