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“Information does not supersede Revelation” Pastor Fields

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Using justification we believe that we can still do wrong and stay in the will of God.  We like to call it the “permissive” will of God.  We misrepresent God and the power of God when we adapt this type of thinking.  We tend to believe that God has ordained or even instructed the action, when the truth is the behavior comes from human nature not God’s nature. 

Just because God will use what’s already in the nature of man to prove his will is greater than man’s will reaches far beyond the comprehension of human understanding (Isa 55:8). Just because we do not understand where or what God is showing us at the present moment does not mean that we should doubt what we heard is really the will of God.  The enemy counts on this nature and this doubt to keep us from becoming what God has purposed us to become.

Information does not supersede revelation. God gives us the information to tell us that the revelation he has shown is what his will is to be, and we are to become what he ordained us to become. Trust in what God has purposed for you.  Don’t let justification steal your magnification.