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Have You Ever Been Alone With God

Posted on January 8, 2016 at 1:49 AM Comments comments (122)

     December 9, 2015


      Have You Ever Been Alone With God?

  "When they were alone, He expounded all things to His disciples."
 Mark iv, 34

      Our Solitude with Him.  Jesus does not take us alone and expound things to us all the time;  He expounds things to us as we can understand them.  Other lives are parables.  God is making us spell out our own souls.  It is slow work, so slow that it takes God all time and eternity to make a man and woman after His own purpose.  The only way we can be of use to God is to let Him take us through the crooks and crannies of our own characters.  It is astounding how ignorant we are , or about ourselves!  We do not know envy when we see it or laziness, or pride.  Jesus reveals to us all that this body has been harbouring before His grace began to work.  How many of us have learned to look in with courage?

      We have to get rid of the idea that we understand ourselves, it is the last conceit to go.  The only One Who understands us is God.  The greatest curse in spiritual life is conceit.  If we have ever had a glimpse of what we are like in the sight of God, we shall never say-------"Oh, I am so unworthy," because we shall know we are, beyond  the possibility of stating it.  As long as we are not quite sure we are unworthy, God will keep narrowing us in until He gets us alone.  Wherever there is any element of pride or of conceit, Jesus cannot expound a thing.  He will take us through the disappointment of a wounded pride of intellect, through disappointment  of heart. He will reveal inordinate affections-------things over which we never thought He would have to get us alone.  We listen to many things in classes, but they are not an exposition to us yet.  They will be when God gets us alone over them.

Taken from: 'My Utmost For His Highest" by Oswald Chambers