How America Destroyed the Gospel

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About Roland Ledoux

Pastor of Oasis Bible Ministry, an outreach ministry of intercessory prayer, encouragement and exhortation of the Word of God and author of the ministry blog, For The Love of God. I live in Delta, Colorado with my beautiful wife of 49+ years and a beautiful yellow lab whom we affectionately call Bella.
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3 Responses to How America Destroyed the Gospel

  1. Thank you! My premise is that most, if not all of our unhappiness stems from seeing things from Man’s perspective, rather than God’s.
    Yes, we are the King’s kids, but as C. S. Lewis pointed out (in one of the Chronicles of Narnia, I don’t remember which one), the King is the first into battle, the last to retreat. It’s not all ease and luxury.

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  2. I think Psalm 37:4 is one of the most misunderstood verse in the Bible. If we delight in the Lord, the desire of our heart will be for MORE of Him – which He is always happy to give us. Rather than interpreting it as “God will give me what I want,” I see it as God’s giving us the desires themselves – the desires for the things He has been wanting to give us all along; He will change our hearts. But as Corrie Ten Boom used to say, we can’t receive the things God wants to give us when our hands are already full of other stuff. 😉

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    • I’ve been teaching that very same spiritual principle for years because of the misleading and selfishness of the “prosperity” movement way back when. So MANY people bought into that without searching the Scriptures for themselves. The Bereans, many were NOT! (Acts 17:10-11). It saddens my heart to see so many fall under the spell of I am The King’s kid, so I can have it all now! How about encouraging others in the grandeur that we will be able to partake in that is beyond our wildest imagination when we get to be received by our Lord and Savior and He says, “Well done thou good and faithful servant!” But yet, mankind in their small-mindedness wants to settle for what “moth and rust” can destroy! By the way. love the title of your Blog, Seeking Divine Perspective, cause in truth, is there anything better?!! God Bless!

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