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mike h

I find a number of people, myself included, who can be very comfortable in a spiritual numbness. I think this is what John meant with being 'lukewarm'. If I don't sin that much, if I entertain myself enough to ignore the real sin, I can be quite comfortable. But when I see my sin and coldness for what it really is, it reminds me of my continued great need for Christ and forces me to either die to self or to go back into the comfort of justification and entertainment.

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"Cultivating spiritual intimacy is essential for leaders to live a vibrant missional life."— Gary Rohrmayer


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