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5 Easy Steps to Wreck Your Life - Week 2

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"You know sometimes you ask God big questions like, 'God where are you in my life?' ♫ And sometimes God doesn't give you an answer. ♫ You might be tempted to give up on God all together. ♫ Well, let me tell you friends, that is just one of the five easy steps to wreck your life." ♫ Well, welcome today. If you have your Bibles with you let's open them up to the Book of Matthew; Matthew Chapter 13, we will spend some time there. As you are turning there in your Bibles, let me ask you a question. And if I could get you all to try to be honest with yourself, don't answer it just yet, we will unpack it and then I will ask you again. But, the question I want you to wrestle with today is this: Those of you who are believers, you are followers of Jesus, and I understand that not all of you are. But, those of you who are followers of Jesus, I want you to answer this: Was there a time in your life that you were honestly closer to God than you are today? Before you answer, let me just unpack that a bit. Were you ever closer to God at another time in your life than you are today? For example, maybe there was a time in the past when you were a little more passionate about the things of God. For example, maybe you spent more time in God's Word and you just couldn't wait to see what God was going to say to you and everyday you'd read the Bible and you'd be like, "Whoa! That was just for me!" Or, perhaps you were so excited about church that you would come early and you would sit in the front row, because, baby, you didn't want to miss out, you wanted to be right where the action was, or perhaps you were so excited about what Christ had done in your life that any friend or relative you had that was not a believer in Jesus, man, you were so excited to try to help them meet Christ. You would pray for them, and you would try to twist the conversation towards spiritual things and you would do whatever you could to try to help them to know Christ. You would invite them to church, you would be praying for them like crazy. Maybe you were a person of prayer? You spent a lot more time praying then than you do now. You would pray and God would answer your prayer. Your faith, you would be so excited and you would feel like God would sometimes speak to you; maybe not audibly, but spiritually you would think, "oh I think God is leading me to do this and it doesn't really make sense, but I believe He is and so I will." And then somewhere along the way, that passion just calmed. I am curious, and I hope you will be honest. At all of our locations, how many of you would say that there was a time at some other point of your life that you really were closer to God than you are today? Would you lift up your hands? Just lift them up high. Just a bunch of hands going up. I'll tell you a story. There was a couple that had been married for over 20 years, and the husband was always driving a pick-up truck. When they were first dating and newlyweds, he would put his left hand on the wheel and his right hand on the armrest and his girl would snuggle up next to him. He would drive down the road and listen to Willie Nelson and having his girl right by him. Well, 20 years later or so, he was driving down the road with his hand still here and his arm on the rest. But, his wife was now on the other side of the truck by the window. She looked over and said, "Honey, what happened to us? Remember years ago, when you were driving? I would always be sitting there right by you snuggling at your side." And he said, "Well, all I can say is I didn't move!" If there was another point in your life that you were closer to God than you are today, God didn't move. Today, I want to talk to you about 5 easy steps to lose your faith; to drift from God. And, as we talk about this, I just want to tell you the good news is it is rather easy to drift from God, because you are going to have all sorts of outside help from someone who loves to wreck your life, named Satan; your spiritual enemy, the great deceiver, the father of lies. In fact, if you are taking notes, a foundational thought for this study is this: Satan wants to destroy your faith; it is his specialty. His mission is to steal, kill and destroy. And from the very beginning, if you go all the way back to Genesis, when God created Adam and Eve, and the evil one showed up in the form of a serpent, what was the first thing he said, basically, to Adam and Eve? He said, "Did God really say, "Not to..." in other words let's question and weaken the authority of God, because Satan loves to destroy our faith. For example, the Apostle Paul had a very real heartfelt concern for the Corinthian believers; and truthfully, I have that very same concern for us. Here is what he said; 2 Corinthians 11:3, he said, "But I am afraid just as Eve was deceived by the serpents cunning, that your minds may somehow be led astray from your sincere and pure devotion to Christ." Honestly, isn't that most likely what happened to most of you who just raised your hands? Somehow without even knowing it, you have been led astray from your sincere and pure devotion to Christ. Matthew 13: Jesus told a lengthy parable; it is called the Parable of the Sower. When he was telling this to those who would have been hearing, they would have been very familiar with the picture and exactly what was taking place. If he said, a sower went out to sow some seeds, they would have had in their mind and would have seen this before; a guy going out on his land with a big shoulder strap and a big bag full of seed and they would have known what this looked like, as this guy would reach down in his bag and throw some seed out and cast a seed, hoping that some would land at good place and bring about a harvest. This is what Jesus said basically. He said, "A sower went out to sow some seeds and as he was throwing, some fell on a path and the birds came along and took the seed and it never took root." Then he talked about a second place. Some of the seeds fell along a stony ground and they grew up quickly; but, because of the stones, the roots couldn't go down deep enough and so the sun scorched the plant before it ever had a chance. Then, some other seed fell along a place where there were thorns, and again, it grew up quickly. But, the thorny plants kind of came and just choked the life out of this plant before it could really grow and flourish. But, there was a fourth group He said, and this seed fell on good soil and because it fell on good soil it produced a return of 30, 60, or even 100 fold. And the hearers would have been thinking, okay yeah, I understand that but why are you telling us this? And Jesus was basically going to say, "You are one of those 4 different types of people." In fact, as you hear the explanation today, you may very well see yourself in one of these 4 different categories. Let's let Jesus' Words unpack it for us. He said this in Matthew 13:19; He said, "When anyone hears the message about the Kingdom and does not understand it, the evil one comes and he snatches away what was sown in his heart; this is the seed sown along the path." Sadly, this is some of you; because today I am kind of like the sower. I am taking God's Word and I am kind of doing this, I am just taking God's Word and I am throwing it out, and some of you are going to go, "Huh, didn't really make sense to me. Why didn't he tell me any funny stories today, I like his funny stories, where are the funny stories?" And, you are not going to really understand it and it is going to land along the path and the birds are going to come and Satan is going to snatch it away. In other words, there is not going to be any spiritual transformation in your life whatsoever; nothing, nothing! You will leave exactly the way you walked in. No spiritual transformation whatsoever! Tragic but true. Then He said, "There is a second group"; and this again will be some of you. Verse 20; "The one who received the seed that fell on the rocky places is the man who hears the Word at once and receives it with joy." Some of you go, "Yeah, that's good mmhmm, mmhmm." You don't say amen anymore you say, "mmhmm mmmm." Someone said, what's with all the mooing? Mmmm, anyway! But, since he has no root, the Bible says, "He lasts only a short time." When trouble or persecution comes because of the Word, he quickly what? He quickly falls away. Some of you are going to go, "Yeah, I receive this with joy, yeah, this is good. Yeah! You know what, I am not going for it God, and I'm gonna go for God," and I don't know what it means to you, but maybe it means, "I'm gonna read my Bible earlier, I'm gonna listen to Christian music in the car, yeah! That's what I'm gonna do, I'm gonna go for this thing, and yeah baby!" But, the reality is, something is going to happen and a week later you are not going to be any different than you are today. The reality is, for some of you this is you in the past. Perhaps a year ago, you heard a message, the Word was sewn, and you went, "Yeah! Oh That's me! Oh yeah!" And then here you are weeks, months or years later and nothing is different at all. 
 Then, Jesus talked to a third group and my guess is that this group would represent the largest percentage of people here today. Matthew, verse 22; this is the one who received the seed that fell among the thorns and it's the man who hears the Word, but the worries of this life and the deceitfulness of wealth choke it; making it unfruitful. This, I am guessing, would be the largest percentage of those today who go "Yeah, I hear it, yeah I understand it, yeah let's do this thing." But then, even though you don't mean to, life happens! You get into school and you have to study all of the time and so you have got to put God aside; you don't mean to but you have got to make good grades. Or, you buy a house and oh, my gosh this takes a lot of work; and oh, the yard and all of the sudden you've put God aside. Or, you get married and oh, wow, now I've got to figure this out. Then one day, you pop a kid out and you are like oh kid, baby, diapers, well you know, this is tough; so, you put God aside. Or, your kids get older and they are involved in 72 different activities and you are just trying to go, go, go. You didn't mean to, but life happens. Or, Jesus says, "The deceitfulness of wealth." You sold out to materialism. You have got to make more, have more, pursue more; and these very attractive distractions choke the spiritual life right out of you. Didn't plan on it, but it's what happened. 
 Then there is a fourth group, and it is my sincere and deep prayer that you are in this fourth category. Jesus said this, verse 23; "But the one who received the seed that fell on good soil, is the man who hears the Word and understands it, and he produces a crop yielding 100, 60, or 30 times what was sewn. Now you may say, "What is the big deal with that?" Well, the listeners in the time of Jesus would have gone like, "Dude, are you serious?" Because they would have known that for a seed to get an 8-fold return would have been phenomenal. Ten would have been unheard of. But what Jesus is saying is going to blow their minds. You can receive spiritually a 30-fold return. Wow, 60 fold, 100 fold; and that is exactly what is going to happen in a few of you today. The Word is sown and it will fall on good soil and you won't see an 8-fold or a 10-fold return, but 30, 60, or 100 fold. In other words, God is going to do more spiritually in you than you ever imagined. Not only will you be changed, but the work of the spirit is going to be so profound in your life that those around you are going to see it, feel it, experience it. Your family will be different, your school will be different, the people that you work with will be different. There will be generations to come, generations who have not yet been born that will be different because the seed of God has taken root in your heart, and there is going to be a tremendous return. The sad thing is; that's only a small percentage. The rest of us will have good intentions... as we drift from God. I took my family one time years ago to the beach and we rented a little place on the beach. We were playing and I was having fun with my kids. I'm like, shark! We are playing in the water and we didn't know it, but the current was causing us to drift. I looked out for the little place we were renting and I'm like, "Where did it go? Who took our house?" We didn't know it, but we had drifted. Many of you, you don't know it, but you have drifted a long, long way from God and here is what His Word says; Hebrews 2:2; "We must pay careful attention therefore, to what we have heard so we do not drift away." Okay, so let's just cut to the chase. Some of you, you are going to pursue God and God is going to bless you in such a way, you are going to get tired of it. You are going to look at it one day and go, "I'm sick and tired of the blessings of God, I can't take it anymore. God is using me and He is speaking to me and he is blessing what I do and I am making such an eternal difference; I mean, God is using me every single day. I am sick of it. I'm sick of the glory of God being on my life, I'm tired of His voice, I'm tired of making an eternal difference, I just want to be average; I want to drift from God. If that is you, I want to give you 5 specific steps to drift from God. You just pull out your notes, do these things and I promise you, you can drift from God. Are you ready? 
 Step 1: You want to drift from God? Step 1 is: You must neglect your time with God. Very important foundational principal. Psalm 63:1; David was in the desert of Judah and he cried out, "Oh God, you are my God; earnestly I seek you. My soul thirsts for you, my body longs for you." You cannot let that be for you! You cannot long for more of God. You have to neglect Him. Put Him aside. Let me tell you specifically how to neglect your time with God. Do not seek Him through His Word! Don't you dare open up His Word! His Word is sharp, it is living, it is active! It will pierce you! It will renew your mind. It will build a foundation and a root on which you cannot be shaken. You do not open His Word or meditate on it daily. You don't worship either and truthfully, at least at church most of you don't. If you do have to come to church, come in late. Don't lose yourself in worship because when you meditate on God you have to worship Him, and so don't! Just watch the music, don't you dare sing. And whatever you do, don't think about God. And, whatever you do, don't worship outside of church. Don't get in your car and worship and you'll look weird and everybody will know it! Don't lead your family in worship. Don't let worship be a part of your life. Don't ever just one day look at creation and go, "Wow, God! You are amazing!" Just don't worship, because that means that you are really getting to know God better, because when you know God you have to worship. Also, don't get involved in church. Now, if you want to come, just come in late, leave early; don't listen! Reject what God is trying to say to you, and for goodness sakes, do not get involved! Oh, my goodness! Don't give! Don't serve! Don't use your gifts! If you start to use your gifts, you are going to be all spiritually fulfilled and you are going to want more of this making a difference. Just come in, leave and don't get involved, and do not pray! Don't you pray, because when you pray and God hears your prayers and moves on your behalf and all of a sudden it starts building your faith and dangerous stuff like that and then you are going to want more. No, no; neglect God. Take Him for granted. Abuse His grace. Just believe, put Him on a shelf; do life without Him. Do you really, really need Him? Neglect your time with God. 
 The second way to drift from God if you are taking notes, this is so powerful: If you don't like your circumstances, blame God! Blame God! Proverbs 3:5 is a dorky little verse, it's just, nobody would ever do this, it says, "Trust in the Lord" with what? Say it aloud, "Trust in the Lord with all your heart." How stupid is that? Don't trust in God with all your heart. Do you know how easily your heart can be broken? If you are going to trust Him, trust Him with a little bit; but, preferably not at all. Then scripture says, "And lean" what? Say aloud, "and lean not on your own understanding." How stupid is that? You are the smartest one, actually you are not, but just tell yourself that. Tell yourself that you know best, don't ever trust God. You lean on your own understanding, so that when things don't go the way you want them, that gives you the right to get angry at God. If some Christian hurts you, this is really good; well, he's a Christian and so I can't go to church! Blame whatever a Christian does on God! This is a surefire way to get hurt and drive a wedge between you and God. Don't buy into that whole stuff about, you'll have trouble; Jesus said, John 16:33, "In this world you will have trouble." That's stupid! Believe that if you are a Christian, you should never have any trouble. Don't believe that whole thing about troubles and trials, building perseverance and character; you don't need that. Believe that if you are a Christian, nothing should ever go wrong, and when it does, blame God all the more. Let anything you don't like be a wall between you and God, neglect Him, blame Him. 
 Number 3 if you are taking notes: I encourage you to hang around bad influences. 1 Corinthians 15:33; "This is the Word of God, do not be misled." What does bad company do? Say it aloud, bad company corrupts good character. This is exactly what you want! Don't hang around strong Christians, they can be so annoying. They will do stuff like encourage you in the Lord, they will pray for you, they'll speak blessings over you and junk like that. And especially, don't hang around anyone who loves you enough to confront you when you are wrong. That is so annoying from those 'know it all' Christians. What you want is you want to hang around really bad people. Not to be a witness, that is a whole other deal, but you want to hang around people so bad that they make you feel better about yourself; "I'm not as bad as they are." And, if you hang around them long enough, the good news is they will bring you down. Now, don't miss this because this is the key; to really drift from God, I highly encourage that no matter what you always try to date or marry a nonbeliever. This is good, you should right this down; you date or marry a nonbeliever. Now, they don't have to be grossly sinful, they can just be a cultural Christian; that's fine. People who claim Christ, but live as if He does not exist. Date or marry people who are far from God, I beg you to do so if you want to drift from God. Neglect your time with Him, blame Him, hang around bad influences. 
 Number 4: I want encourage you to, as often as possible, give in to temptation. James 1:14-15 gives us the good news. Scripture says, "But each one is tempted by his own evil desire, he is dragged away and enticed. Then, after desire has conceived," it gives birth to what? "It gives birth to sin and sin when it is full grown," what does it give birth to? "It gives birth to death." Isn't that great? That's what you want, right? You want to drift from God until you find yourself in some spiritual death. Here is what you do; whenever you are tempted just tell yourself, "I can't do all things through Christ who gives me strength," and give into that temptation, just give in to it. Tell yourself, "This is just the way I am, I can't overcome this." If you have to bring God into it, here is what I recommend: Just pray for forgiveness, but just go back to doing whatever you were doing that is wrong. You do it over and over and over again, you can get into this really healthy pattern of praying for forgiveness and then doing it again. And, if you start to feel guilty for whatever you are doing, just rename it, rationalize it. Don't say, "Oh, I struggle with pornography," that sounds bad. Rename it and call it something more culturally appropriate like, 'adult entertainment'. Doesn't that sound better? Adult entertainment; and then rationalize it out and say, "Well, I am just looking at this; at least I am not doing the hungabungajumglebunga! You know, I could be doing worse, but I am not because this thing is not quite as bad. Give in to temptation over and over and over again; and let your sin disrupt any communication you have with God. Neglect Him, blame Him, bad influences, temptation. Number 5: This is so important. To love this world more than you love God. Honestly, probably a lot of you already do this. This is so powerful. 1 John 2:15, "Do not love the world or anything in the world. If anyone loves the world, the love of the Father is not in him." All you have to do is fall more in love with the temporary pleasures of this world and then scripture promises you, the love of God cannot live within you." This is so easy. Lust after the things of this world, believe you are what you drive. Believe that you will not be happy until you have a better house. Go into debt, go into massive debt. Borrow money to buy things you don't need to impress people that you don't like. This is brilliant! Don't believe all that mumbo jumbo Bible stuff about how this world is temporary. Don't ever send your treasures on up ahead. For goodness sakes, do not be generous! Don't give sacrificially to the church ever! Don't make a difference and give to people who are in need. You need every dime you have to invest in the things of this world so you can fall more in love with the things of this world and you can drift even more from God. You want to drift from God? Fall more in love with the things of this world than you do with God. 
And then finally if all else fails, (write this down) fake it! Fake it! Fake it! If everything else fails, just pretend that you are living a Christian life when inwardly your heart is really far from God; fake it baby, fake it. You will join hundreds throughout the centuries who have faked their relationship with God. Isaiah 29:13; the Lord says, "These people, they come near to me with their mouth and they honor Me with their lips, they talk the talk" (you can do that, it's not hard) "but their hearts are far from Me." Jesus said to the church in Sardis in Revelation 3:1; He said, "I know your deeds, I am looking at your actions, I know your deeds; you have a reputation of being a alive, but you are" you are what? "But you are dead." If all else fails, fake it. Build a reputation for being a follower of Jesus, but in fact, be dead, be dead. It's not hard to do. Learn the language; there is a sub cultural language, I call it "Christianese". Learn the lingo. You get in a massive fight with someone on the way in to church and then someone says, "How you doing?" "Praise the Lord, brother, halleluiah thank you Jesus, God is good all the time, bless God." Do that, you can fool them all! Fake it, fake it!
 
You may say, well Craig, you are being really hard on us today. No, actually that was me, that was me. Not into my pre-ministry days; no, in my pre-ministry days I was so on fire for Christ I couldn't see straight. That was in the early days in ministry, when I became an associate pastor at a great downtown Methodist church. Without meaning to, I didn't get into any kind of big sin. Life just started happening and pressures of the job and I always thought that ministry would be the perfect place to stay close to Christ. But what I didn't realize is that ministry becomes a job just like any other job, and I drifted from God and I faked it. I said, "I will be praying for you" and I wasn't gonna pray for anybody. "What did God show you today in the Word, Craig?" "Oh, well, too much to talk about!" Ha, ha, ha, ha! 
Here is the thing that breaks my heart; some of you right now, you know that you have drifted from God and you don't even care. You don't even care. You have become so skilled at shaking off whatever the Holy Spirit is trying to say to you that you can successfully shake this message off and you can leave completely unchanged. Today is just another day of the hardening of your heart, and you don't even care. Then there are some of you, just a few; that you can't wait for me to shut up, because I am in your way of getting down on your face before God and doing whatever it takes to get back with Him, because you are deeply grieved that you have forsaken your first love. That is what Jesus said to the people in Ephesus; He says, "You have forsaken your first love." He said this, he said, "Remember the height from which you have fallen, remember how intimate you used to be with Him?" And then He said this, He said, "Repent and do the things you did at first." You might be saying, "Craig, well what am I supposed to do right now?" I don't know. But scripture says, "Go back and do what you did if you want what you had." I don't know what that is for you; but, here is what I promise you. If you want Him back, He has not moved. "If you seek Him" His Word says, "You will find Him." If you seek Him, what does that look like for you? I don't know. Some of you, I hope you ate a good meal, because you are on a fast right now and you are fasting until you find Him. I hope you slept good last night, because you may be up all night long with His Word open and your face in the carpet seeking Him. I hope you don't care if your makeup gets smudged because you are going to cry some tears of repentance and you are not going to care what anybody thinks. Because, for those of you who choose to be good soil, and you truly repent, His Word will land in your heart, and let me tell you what will happen. There will be a 30, a 60, or a 100 fold return. 
My heart breaks that there are so many people in our church who can drift from God and can skillfully shake it. My heart rejoices for those of you who are thankful that the Holy Spirit is wrecking you, breaking you, and bringing you into a deep spirit of repentance; and I say unto you, you are good soil and I cannot wait to see what kind of spiritual return God brings through your heart. Holy God, we surrender to you today and we ask that you would do a work with your Word that goes beyond our human ability to create or even to comprehend. God, I pray for those who are even to trying shake this now, God I pray, in a spirit of repentance, that they would humble themselves before you. And God, I thank you for those today who have believed that they are believers for way too long, but they have even fooled themselves and they are not true believers. I thank you God that today, in a spirit of repentance that they would call on your name and they would truly be spiritually born into your Kingdom. God, I thank you for those who have drifted, who are coming back hard today. May you give them the courage to go public with their bold decisions to live for you? Here is what we are going to do today. At all of our campuses, I want everybody looking up this way. Nobody gets to hide today. Campus pastors and network church pastors, if you guys could, just follow my lead, I will tell you what to do. Just where you are, just go and position yourself up on the platform or whatever you call it. I want you to look into the eyes of the people that are in your house today. We are going to go public and we are going to be bold enough to say, "I don't care what anybody thinks today." I believe this is one of the greatest steps of accountability to truly pursuing God. There are those of you here who most people would say, "I can't even believe this person is in church! What are you doing here? You are so far from God!" And you are going to go, you know my lifestyle may not look like its godly, and it is not; but, there is something happening and I am being drawn to God. Let me tell you what that is; that is the Holy Spirit of God drawing you and there is going to be a voice that says, "Don't go do this Christian thing, you are not ready, you are not good enough." I'm going to tell you right now, you are never going to be ready and you are never going to be good enough; because that is why God sent Jesus, He was the only One who was good enough, the only One who was without sin. He lived a sinless life and He became sin on the cross, He died and He rose again, so that you could call on His name and be forgiven, be healed and be changed. There are those of you here that today you are going to publicly stand and confess that Jesus Christ is becoming your Lord. There others of you here, that you have the appearance of being godly, but you do not know the power of God whatsoever. You may have grown up around the church as I did, going to church, claiming Christ, but I did not know Him. I had never truly been born again of the Spirit of God and today, you are going to say, "You know what I may surprise some people, they think I am a Christian, but I am not; there is no real fruit. I have prayed some prayers, but there is no real surrender to the Lordship of Christ and I don't care what anybody else thinks, today I am publicly standing and saying, Jesus I am laying down my life for you." At all of our campuses, if that is you today, "I don't care what anybody thinks, I care what Jesus thinks; I am going to confess Him boldly before men, and He is going to confess me boldly before the Father. Jesus, today I am surrendering my life completely to you." All of our campuses, if that is you, stand up right now, stand up high. As they stand up, I want you to applaud for them today and cheer; praise God for who they are. Stand up back there, stand up there, stand up and say yes, I am going for Christ, I don't care what anybody else thinks", stand up and say, "Yes, I am standing up bold, I am going to become a follower of the Lord Jesus Christ." Remain standing, remain standing if you will, remain standing; we applaud you, we worship God for you, the angels in heaven today are rejoicing! Now, pull your applause down, all of the campuses listen carefully. There is another group, remain standing. Stand up, this is a big day, remain standing. There are others of you. You are a believer and you have drifted from God, and today you are coming home. Stand up, right now, stand up. All of you said, "Yes, I have drifted from Him and I am coming back, I am pursuing Him, I want to seek Him, I don't care what anybody else thinks" stand up and say "Yes!" All of the campuses say "Yes!" Let me say this, remain standing where you are. Praise God for your boldness. Now, I want to say this; there are some of you right now, your heart is beating fast and you know you should be up; but, you are full of pride because of what somebody is going to think. Get off your butt! Right now, don't you walk out of this chance without the chance to say, "I am coming back to Him," you know you are holding back, stand up right now. Stand up, all the campuses, that's you. Praise God for you guys, "I don't care what anyone else thinks!" You mean business and you are coming back to Him, and you are coming back to Him in a spirit of repentance, the Spirit of God is here and you are coming back. Now, all of our campuses, everybody stand up if you will; everybody together. I want you to reach out to those, turn around, those that are standing, put your hands on them, the scripture calls it, laying on of hands. You put your arm around somebody if you want. Put your arm around, we are all going to pray together. I am going to lead you in prayer and then in a moment, the campus pastors are going to come forward. Just huddle up baby, act like you are the church, everybody huddling up and pray aloud with me, pray. "Heavenly Father, I'm coming home, I am a sinner in need of a Savior. I repent for my sins and surrender myself to Christ alone. I believe Jesus is the Son of God, who died for me, so I could live for Him. Fill me with your Spirit. I am not my own, I belong to You. I am good soil. I will return 100-fold harvest, because I belong to Jesus. Thank you for new life, now you have mine." Today, as you continue praying in an attitude of worship, campus pastors, you guys come forward and whatever the Spirit leads you at your campus, you take over; you minister to your body, and let the Spirit of God do a healing as we deeply repent. Campus pastors, this is your time, take over.

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