During this season, God is dealing with our wrong ways of spirituality and defective worship for Him.
God’s Plan Supersedes
In an episode of The Cry with host Betty King, Pastor Preethy Kurian of Capstone Church reveals that during this season, God is dealing with our defective hearts for Him. She started her message by sharing how God preserved her life when she contracted the coronavirus last year.
“It doesn’t matter what the enemy plans,” Preethy said about her experience. “When God has got a destiny, God’s plans supersede any plans of the enemy.”
She then shared how she thinks that these changes that are happening right now is an opportunity for us to also change. This season might be the best time to evaluate our faith and our stand in His Kingdom.
“When things are changing, we need to change. It’s a good time to have a look at where we are, what we’re doing, and how to move really in the move of God.”
Wrong ways of spirituality
Are we really serving God through our ministries or are we doing it for our own benefits? The senior pastor of Capstone Church then revealed that she thinks that God is dealing with our hearts, our worship, and spirituality right now.
“God is, I believe, challenging us. And this season, I feel God is dealing with the defective heart, the defective worship. God is dealing with the wrong ways of spirituality. I really feel that God wants us to come back,” she said.
We can’t determine for ourselves what is right, good, and Godly, only God can decide that. All we have to do is to lean into Him for us to know His heart. When we get to really know His heart, then we can determine what is good and what is evil.
“Do not call the wicked things righteous, do not call the things that are not of God Godly. I believe God is challenging this, that which is good is good, but God defines what is good… We have to see what God is calling good and that stands a test of time.”
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