Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Two-thirds isn't the point

When our AHA experience finds its fulfillment in immediate action, Jesus is ultimately glorified. Most of the non-Christians you know are probably aware of what you say and believe. And I bet they would say that most Christians don’t experience AHA; they just experience AH. But if Jesus is really in our lives and His Spirit is truly inside us, that should make the difference between AH and AHA.—AHA Student Edition electronic edition

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Wesley used to say that he pitied the religious man—he had enough of God that he couldn't enjoy sin, but not enough of God that he could enjoy God. I would say that sums up the person who settles for AH instead of AHA...
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