6 comments on “Scriptures That Bother Me — Luke 5:1-11

  1. Great article. As Christians, we constantly pray for more of God in our lives. Then when He shows up, we ask Him to leave. I think it is the need to change when God’s light is shining on us that causes us to recoil. We know that change is needed yet we still resist.
    I am with you, I need to surrender and follow, God help me.
    Glenn

  2. Glen,

    Thanks for stopping by. You are right. We pray for more of God, and when He shows up and urges change, we want Him to leave. Someone once said that too many people want just enough of Jesus to save them from their sins, but not enough of Him to be delivered from them! I pray we are never caught up in that syndrome.

    Blessings,

    Jim

  3. i’ve become more and more aware than in His presence, is where i see my sin. the glory and the releif one in the same. th e most amazing thing is…the sorrow is only sorrow of sin, but there is no condemnation…soooo amazing….

  4. Jim,
    Thank you for leading me to your sight by commenting on mine. I appreaciate your honest musing on this wonderous, miraculous relationship that we are allowed to have with the Creator.
    Blessings,
    Steve

  5. Steve,

    I’m glad you enjoyed it. I believe our relationship with God will be an ever-growing, “miraculous” relationship, even when we are in heaven. As finite beings, we will never comprehend the infinite God. Therefore, heaven will be an eternity of discovering the great, vast and wondrous Creator who is our God and Savior.

    Blessings,

    Jim

  6. ‘Someone once said that too many people want just enough of Jesus to save them from their sins, but not enough of Him to be delivered from them!’

    That is unfortunately too true.

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