Some people are not going to love this message but it needs to be heard. I’ve been around a lot of different kinds of Christians in my life, that seem to fall in one of two different catagories. Haze and clarity. The haze catagory comes from living in a life of constant compromise. Some because it’s all around them and they just have to deal with it, and others because they choose to live in mixture, and don’t intend to change. The difference between those two is transparency. The one that hurts and aches for clarity emits it. The other compartmentalizes their life of mixture and because of that is never transparent. You always know something else is going on and there just seems to be a haze, about them. Things that are simply unclear. Some where in the ambience of their world is a culture of accepted compromise. The other camp is clarity. Nothing is really that hard to connect with, and there is far less instances of confusion about them. Being on the same page is easy because they walk in the simplicity of God’s word. If something is off track in their private life they are transparent about it; love, joy, peace and their trust in God disperses the haze even if it’s their unfortunate situation that they live where mixture rules the religious roost, where they come from. I’ve seen this demonstrated over and over again in a time where the whirl winds of 2020 have left an invisible haze everywhere we go, but then joining with those of the Camp of Clarity, things become so very clear. Because clarity of heart is what brought them together. A place of no compromise. These understand this message, no matter what generation they belong to, young, old, gender, or race. There are certain fundamentals of the Christian walk we understand with great clarity in these modern times. We have a rod in this generation that seperate the sheep from the goats. It makes it very easy to know where to stand in troubled times like this- the only thing that could possibly make what I talk about in this podcast unclear is deception or a heart of rebellion. If after listening to this podcast it’s still not made clear to you, than mixture is not just where you live. But where you choose to stay. Coming into a place of clarity requires heart felt repentance. That’s it, that’s all. No matter how much we have compromised and made a lie out of our lives, God is a merciful God who loves us, and wants us to return to Him.

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