Wrath is cruel and anger a torrent, But who is able to stand before jealousy?
What do we really know about jealousy, the deadliest sin?
The Bible is clear about jealousy being a sin. Very clear. And for some of us, that’s as much as we know about it, maybe as much as we think we need to know about it. Don’t be jealous, got it. If only that was enough!
The Deadliest Sin takes the listener through the many scriptures that define, describe, and warn against jealousy. Calling upon her many years of following the Lord, Martha Kilpatrick looks at the consequences of nursing jealousy and also the suffering incurred as the target of someone else’s jealousy. In one way or another, this message holds much needed wisdom for us all.
“Jealousy is a sign of spiritual immaturity, of not living surrendered to the Spirit.”
Martha Kilpatrick, The Deadliest Sin
Do you struggle with jealousy? Do you find your envy easily provoked by the lives of those around you? Are you ready to be cleansed of the infectious madness that keeps you at odds with God, discontented with your life, and ever focused on what you don’t have at the expense of what you do? You do not have to live enslaved to the deadliest sin. You can be free of it!
Don’t have a problem with jealousy? Wonderful! But do you recognize an attack rooted in jealousy? The deadliest sin is often frighteningly subtle. Are there people in your life who are jealous of you? Of your children or spouse? Do you know what to do when someone is jealous of you and wreaking havoc in your life? This is not a message you can afford to miss!
The Deadliest Sin is the Message of the Month for January 2018.
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