Posted by: SandreS | January 20, 2020

Walking in the Light We Have

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Your Word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path … The entrance of Your Words gives light; it gives understanding unto the simple (Psalm 119:105, 130).

We must each walk in the understanding that we have. Anything less would be disingenuous. We must be true to the current place of enlightenment which Father has granted to us. We must also graciously allow others this same freedom and liberty before God that we reserve and embrace for ourselves.

All the while we can richly enjoy Christ together, accepting each other as Christ has accepted us, just where we are. We do not have to agree on anything to benefit from the life of God that is mutually resident in us.

Wherefore receive each other, as Christ also received us to the glory of God (Romans 15:7).

Of course, this does not at all mean that, all the while, as divine situations would grant, we can’t seek to share humbly with others the light that we have received – and conversely be open to receive the same possible light from another.

Such was the spirit of Priscilla and Aquila, as recorded in Acts 18. They met Apollos, and though he was fervent in spirit and mighty in the Scriptures, yet he was “versed only in the baptism of John.” So, they took him “to themselves and expounded the way of God to him more accurately” (:26).

Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr.
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