by Dr. Karen Colvin on April 19, 2019

in Word of the Week


Decision At the Cross

…God ministered an important truth to me concerning my identity. He knew my heart still lusted after the relationships of Babylon, and He also knew that the spirit in Babylon hated me. I craved what hated me. Believer or unbeliever, Babylon hates you. But if you dare confess the name of Jesus, the intensity of Babylon’s hate is magnified. I had to learn this painful, but necessary, lesson. As a believer, I testified against her master. Everything I did or said for God had a dual affect. It testified for God and testified against Satan. Therefore, he was out to get me! As a child of God, I could not hide from the eyes of hell. Satan knew who I was even as I tried to camouflage myself among my Babylonian friends. That experience brought me to a place of decision to embrace my identity in Christ, or return to the Babylonians. The truth is, God brings all of His children to that place of deciding, “Who are you going to be in this world?”

Therefore everyone who confesses Me before men, I will also confess him before My Father in heaven. 33But whoever denies Me before men, I will also deny him before My Father in heaven.

(Matthew 10:33-34 BSB).

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