Integrity vs Intention Deacon/Lay Leader Joshua Justice 3 July 2016
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artist: Joshua Justice
title: Integrity vs Intention
album: Joshua Justice
year: 2016
genre: Sermon (id None)
So much of life's pathway and events are based on our internal attitudes, excuses, and responses.  We have a God Who cares about us and our impact on the world for Him.  He did not create a fallen world, but it is fallen, and our free will, our human form, has a tendency to reject anything that brings controls or training or a restriction of our fleshly freedom.  God however calls us to submit to the molding and changing and growing He has planned for us, so that we can become complete and holy, a people that reflects His character and in love gives those in darkness an opportunity to leave the wild abandonment the flesh offers.  That supposed "freedom" is a lie that leads to the bondage of the old man under an oppressor that toys with the life of those who reject Christ.  Satan loves to hurt God by lying to people, and using them as a puppet master might use a puppet, and then throw them away to an eternity of bondage and caging in hell.  We are to learn of and follow the truth, and move from wishing and wanting, to being and doing.  Intention is ok, but to be truth and wholeness, action is essential.  Just wanting is not enough.  Action in truth is what must be done.  Walking in integrity brings peace and life and wholeness.  All the intentions in the world will do nothing but be empty clouds with no rain.  Integrity is the foundation of action that actually makes the walk sure and is the key to producing the fruit for which the Lord looks.     Copyright 2016  All Rights Reserved  Access Deacon Josh's notes at


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