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Should God Have to Wait?


Let's call it what it is. Divine procrastination. I do not know a person who calls themselves a Christian that would openly state that God should wait on us and yet we all in some form or another continue to lower or limit the priorities of Heaven. I thank God that God is a patient God, but even his patience wears thin.

You Say You Want to Live in His Presence...

Therefore, I urge you, brothers and sisters, in view of God’s mercy, to offer your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God—this is your true and proper worship. ~Romans 12:1, New International Version





This month, we will unpack what it means to be a living sacrifice. As we do, remember a few things...


The sacrifices you are called to make include your mentality and physicality. Be present.


Sacrifices must come from a pure place and not be agenda-driven.


Any sacrifice that meets the first two criteria will elevate your adoration of Christ beyond the praise and worship hour on Sundays to an authentic, daily rhythm of appreciative reflection exposing itself through thought and deed.

If you want to live in his presence, this is what it looks like.

Are you okay with that?

The veil has been rent in two. No longer do we need a priest to enter the Holy of Holies and make sacrifices for us. The Blood of the Lamb - Jesus our Redeemer - paid for our access to the Kingdom. We just have to ask ourselves,

"Do I want in or not?"

It is matter of life on the periphery as an outlier or life connected and engaged with the Source.

It sounds good and "church-y" when we say we want to live in his presence, that we want to be a living sacrifice.