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As we grow in spiritual maturity, our desire grows toward mutuality. We want to have a contribution, and we want to grow in our contribution. Often as we are in the beginning stages of our journey, we look for and seek everything and everyone who will make a contribution to and for us, with little thought toward contributing. This is normal and shouldn’t cause any alarm. “What’s in it for me?” is an expression of immaturity, coming from an immature mind and perspective…
Dependence, Independence, Interdependence
We can see this in Paul’s thoughts on impartation in Romans 1. Here he explains that impartation is, in fact, mutual. It’s not something that the “great man” or “great woman” comes to town to do, it’s something that we participate in, mutually.
10 always in my prayers making request, if perhaps now at last by the will of God I may succeed in coming to you. 11 For I long to see you so that I may impart some spiritual gift to you, that you may be [h]established; 12 that is, that I may be encouraged together with you while among you, each of us by the other’s faith, both yours and mine. So much of what we see around us, and even the way things are constructed, in effect locks us into immaturity. Don’t be alarmed, however, if Jesus is the one you are following, He will lead you on, beyond these things!
(Guest Post from our friend, Jeanne Hedrick) With Coronavirus all around us, it’s hard to turn our minds towards anything else. Consumed by worries we never thought possible before – keeping a safe distance from others, washing our hands after every possible contact with the virus, and wearing gloves and masks when we do have to go out – we are shell shocked by all the changes. How can we adequately approach the Easter season and honor the Lord in the midst of all this turmoil?
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This content may be controversial, and may talk about things you have no personal experience with. I want to be careful to share this in a way that isn’t unnecessarily weird, mystical or “super spiritual”. Also, I want to ask you to hear me out and try to consider the entire content of what I am sharing, then process thru it, before making a judgement or having a reaction. I’ll be happy to answer questions or clarify as needed, after the fact. This is not intended to be a teaching on these kind of experiences.
I had an experience from the Holy Spirit in the early 2000s, something like 2001 or 2002, wherein I was shown some things from the perspective of the future, almost 20 years beyond where we are now. It took me some years to get a sense of what was being communicated, and some things were immediately obvious. In my experience, I knew that false security was in the process of being removed from the earth. It WAS NOT in the early stages. Much of the false security was gone, whether those falsities that construct errant worldview, right on down to those that people use as coping mechanisms. It’s strange how in dreams or experiences like this you can just “know” something. This was one of those types of experiences. There was a lot more to the experience, most of which is not necessary to share at this moment. I think the timely thing, the thing that needs to be shared now, is about false security.
Why is this important to share now after almost 20 years?