christians kill me. we pray for revival, we pray for the restoration of our country & for the salvation of our leaders & the moment that God begins to move we say, “oh wait, not Him, we didn’t mean Kanye West,” and just like that we put God back in the box we keep Him in.
there was a celebration in Heaven when Kanye said yes to Jesus just like there was a celebration in Heaven when you said yes to Jesus.
one of the greatest most prominent artists of our time has stepped out in faith, renounced his old life & publicly professed what God has done for him and disgustingly it’s not good enough for us?
what if we turn the questions around? doesn’t feel so good then, huh? what if the stones you’re throwing came back to knock you off of that high horse? here’s an idea, what if we trusted and we stood behind the work that God is doing even if we can’t understand it?
what if we actually started acting like believers and believed? what if we stopped allowing division to do exactly what it does – divide. what if we stood up? what if we set ourselves apart? what if we celebrated with Heaven instead of picking a fight against it?
by sitting down, by blending in and by refusing to clap we are giving the enemy the impression and the satisfaction that he’s in the lead. you don’t have to be part of the victory, nobody’s forcing you, but you better stay seated when they announce the winner.
coming from a girl who found Jesus in a jail cell, i’ve read the back of the book, it doesn’t end well for the other guys.
“Now that I’m in service to Christ, my job is to spread the Gospel. I’ve spread a lot of things. There was a time I let you know what high fashion had done for me, I let you know what the Hennessy had done for me…now I’m letting you know what Jesus has done for me.” – @kanyewest