References: 1 Corinthians 12One of the most common points of controversy within the Church is the issue of Spiritual gifts. And yet Scripture is clear that the purpose of the gifts is supposed to be unity in the Church. This study of 1 Corinthians 12-14 explores the definition of the gifts, their role in the church in the first Century and in our day, and, most importantly, their relationship to love.
Series: Spiritual Gifts
It is not enough to learn true things about God.
It is not even enough to experience the benefits of His attributes. We must not be satisfied until our experience of each attribute has been profound enough to move our soul toward deeper love for God.
We must keep learning and experiencing what is so wonderful about each attribute until there is a response in our affections -sparks of actual joy, peace, delight, awe, fear of God, security, satisfaction of soul, comfort, courage, and all the other benefits
Scripture promises will come from the nearness of God’s favorable presence. Each one of God’s attributes is a single ray in the spectrum of the brilliant radiance of His glory. That glory is an ocean, and just one drop of that ocean, if you could just see it clearly, would be enough to delight your soul and occupy your faculties of praise for all eternity.
This book is a journal of how God has been opening my eyes the past few years to begin to see a glimpse of that drop.