#17. Our Divine Commitment According to God’s Eternal Purpose • Message 3
The book of Revelation shows us how Christ walks in the midst of the golden lampstands, the local churches, burning and purging away anything that is not of Him. This also applies to our personal spiritual experience. Once Christ shines His light on us, we will realize how much that we possess is actually for ourselves, not for Christ. Even our spiritual exercises, such as praying or reading the Bible, can be for our own adornment, rather than for Christ and His church.
In this conference Brother Titus’ burden was to remind us that, as believers in Christ individually and as the churches of Christ corporately, we should only care for and exhibit Christ Himself. How wonderful is this divine commitment!
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