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Unlearning To Learn

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Unlearn to learn


Some believers have been so inundated and indoctrinated by the charisma of man, they can't move on in God.

To move on in God they will have to unlearn most of what they know and have been taught as gospel.

Not everything we have been taught is bad, but there comes a time when you are taught only by the HolySpirit.

God has always used man, but man can only take you so far, and sometimes what they have had to say must be overridden by the HolySpirit.

The unlearning process can be one of the hardest things a believer will ever go through.

The thing about understanding is, it can all go on a shelf, good or bad, and what you need for Christian living you can take back in time.

It will not kill you, you may feel like it at the time, but you will live.

It is the pet doctrines that is killing our spiritual growth.

Satan himself being the progenitor of religion, man's doctrine will parallel truth.

The important thing is to go through the unlearning, so you can be taught correctly by the HolySpirit.

It is not an easy process, Christians can spend years trying to make the things they have been taught work, to no avail.

Bits and pieces, and parts have worked, but a far cry from what they read about in the scriptures.

Left waning and wanting to find out how to put it all together.

Then there are those that hear the message and know by the Spirit they must make a change.

They have tried everything and still there is a hunger in their hearts for their Father.

They are the ones that hear His voice calling, deep calleth to deep.

They are the ones ready to surrender all and move on, no doctrine, no man made religion, no man has been able to satisfy that hunger, only the longing heart crying out for their Father, Abba Father, my Father my Father, these have grown up in Christ


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