Spiritually Handicapped? Don’t Lay Hands On People


“Jesus chose His disciples carefully?”

“God gifted very few men with prophetic ability?”

How is it the world has so many people calling themselves disciples of God, prophets and prophetess’s?

In these last days we must be extra cautious about who we allow to lead us spiritually and why we choose them. God forbid, if anyone’s choosing religious leader’s based on worldly credentials,  riches, or popularity! There’s no where to go but down doing that. “Spiritually Handicapped? Don’t Lay Hands On People!”

Seriously, don’t let any and everybody claiming to be called by God, lay hands on you. If a leader hasn’t been called by and touched by God, his or her hand has no spiritual power. “The work they do is good for entertainment purposes only.” A spiritually handicapped person is useless when it comes to leading souls to Christ.

God doesn’t bless alleged religious leaders who call on themselves to lead His sheep. A church leader’s lifestyle and willingness to serve unselfishly, is the best proof of whether he or she was actually called by God to lead.

“We preach Christ (the Messiah) crucified, to the Jews is a scandal and an offensive stumbling block, and to the Gentiles it is absurd and utterly unphilosophical nonsense.

But to those who are called, whether Jew or Greek (Gentile), Christ is the Power of God and the Wisdom of God.

This is because the foolish thing is wiser than men, and the weak thing from God is stronger than men.

For consider your own call, brethren; not many wise according to human estimates and standards, not many influential and powerful, not many of high and noble birth.

For God selected  what in the world is foolish to put the wise to shame, and what the world calls weak to put the strong to shame.

And God also selected what in the world is lowborn and insignificant and branded and treated with contempt, even the things that are nothing, that He might depose and bring to nothing the things that are.

1 Corinthians 23-29

Minister Neecy

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