Good intentions produce bad results. Throughout life when we create things based on limited knowledge or understanding we often create it out of ignorance. Our intentions may be good, but often they are ill-conceived or based on faulty information or perception. The outcome is a separation and a disconnection. A separation and disconnect from what God truly wants for our life and yet still fooling ourselves in believing that we are in his will. The intention is our will for God and not his will for us. Meaning well and understand meaning are on opposite sides of the spectrum. Often in these intentions we find our purpose for God and lose God’s purpose for us. In these intentions the rise of man’s kingdom becomes the main intention and God’s kingdom is just a means and a way of building that kingdom. In this intention justification supersedes obedience and trust in God. Religion is a product of that intention. Don’t allow your good intentions to cover your lack of understanding.
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