Ken Parks alerts us to the threat of spiritual denial; the faithful must maintain a dynamic path of spiritual growth. How can people see, hear, and understand the truth, yet choose to ignore it? We know what is right, but may not act accordingly. Are our thought processes and behaviors consistent with the ideals of the spiritual law of righteousness? Christ will return unexpectedly. Be ready. We cannot stay stagnant, feeling satisfied in spiritual denial. Rather we must constantly cultivate alignment with God’s truth, pursuing this change with zealous fervor. Use the four spiritual tools: prayer, study, fasting, and meditation. Be spiritually minded. Live today as if it were your last. We have truth before us. Time is short. Do not be in spiritual denial.
Jeremiah 5:21 – I Thessalonians 4:16 – II Timothy 4:7-9 – II Peter 3:17-18 – truth – perception – attitude – action – behavior – Romans 7:14-25 – I Thessalonians 5:1-8 – Revelation 3:14-22 – II Samuel 11-12 – denial – Laodicean – Romans 8:6-11