Into the Pray

7 Reasons We Must Seek Proportional Repentance & Reform

May 07, 2020 Nick & Mairi Franks Season 1 Episode 7
Into the Pray
7 Reasons We Must Seek Proportional Repentance & Reform
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Into the Pray
7 Reasons We Must Seek Proportional Repentance & Reform
May 07, 2020 Season 1 Episode 7
Nick & Mairi Franks

In this seventh episode of the mini-series Chaos, Nick and Mairi Franks remind us all that there are very specific realities that we should all be prepared to point to for anyone who is genuinely having their eyes opened to the urgent work of Spirit-led reform underway within the Body of Christ.

But not everyone who asks a question (or leaves a comment) is genuinely in a place of humility to hear the answers that the Coming King would have us hear.

There are always token gestures to the things of God but, for those who are willing to hear, there remains a proportional response of repentance.

Repent from what?

The glaringly obvious - and heinous - realities in the Church and in the world that the Body of Christ are being awoken to but who are also largely ignorant of.

The key question is, "Are we prepared, are we willing to come into new places of humility before God that are open to see sin as He sees sin, and feel about sin as He feels about sin?" 

Anything less than this is child's play. God knows we need more men and women who will be fit and able to parent the next generation of Holy Reformers as His coming draws nearer.

For more information about the public, four-hour-long reading of the book of Jeremiah, please see a new vision film by Googling "Vimeo" and "Nicholas Paul Franks".

Maranatha 


Show Notes

In this seventh episode of the mini-series Chaos, Nick and Mairi Franks remind us all that there are very specific realities that we should all be prepared to point to for anyone who is genuinely having their eyes opened to the urgent work of Spirit-led reform underway within the Body of Christ.

But not everyone who asks a question (or leaves a comment) is genuinely in a place of humility to hear the answers that the Coming King would have us hear.

There are always token gestures to the things of God but, for those who are willing to hear, there remains a proportional response of repentance.

Repent from what?

The glaringly obvious - and heinous - realities in the Church and in the world that the Body of Christ are being awoken to but who are also largely ignorant of.

The key question is, "Are we prepared, are we willing to come into new places of humility before God that are open to see sin as He sees sin, and feel about sin as He feels about sin?" 

Anything less than this is child's play. God knows we need more men and women who will be fit and able to parent the next generation of Holy Reformers as His coming draws nearer.

For more information about the public, four-hour-long reading of the book of Jeremiah, please see a new vision film by Googling "Vimeo" and "Nicholas Paul Franks".

Maranatha