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Keeping the Flame
Elder Karl Dreher

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It seems that many Christians have let the fire that they had when they gave their heart and life to Jesus Christ burn down to where it’s nothing but a small coal of the fire that we should have.
When we as believers allow this to happen, our churches can’t help but become places where there is no fire for the Lord.
We must rekindle the fire for the Lord and never let it go out.
Proverbs 4:18: The path of the righteous is like the morning sun, shining ever brighter till the full light of day.
That means our light, our fire, is supposed to get bigger and brighter all the time until we are completely consumed, completely on fire for God.
- We were created for the fire
- We were created to live in the fire
- We were created to be creatures of fire
- We were created to carry the fire
It is the plan and the will of God that everything that we touch catches on fire.
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