Broken Leaders – Exposing the Church of the World

 

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Periods of silence are needed when it comes to God’s Church, but there comes the point in time where silence starts to make you compromise everything God has designed you to be. Over the next few weeks, I will be writing about how the Church we see today relies on tradition and through this tradition it causes leaders to become broken, depleted and ultimately feeling worthless as Christians.
Why am I doing this?
I realise that some of the things I talk about may seem like it damages the Church but in reality, what it will do is expose how the Church has moved away from God’s Kingdom. I am doing this to help set things in order again with the hope that things could be a little better for you and I (regarding faith) for His blessed return in accordance to Titus 2.
Is every Church bad?
Of course not! The issue is the spirit in which today’s church operates in and the fruits of their labour. God loves His Church, but when the Church is moving out of the things of His Spirit, there is always a consequence as we read within the first few chapters of Revelation. I suggest you get well acquainted with them. As such we also read from the Epistles what problems and solutions the Church had and will need; even more so in trying times. These blogs are only applicable to those that want genuine change.
What about the broken leaders?
I am here to help. Through these blogs feel free to interact with me or if you want to remain silent just take the tips I give you and spend time with God and get your healing. Church doesn’t always = Jesus, and I want to make sure you put your relationship with Jesus first and foremost. Just because you are broken, it doesn’t mean you cannot be repaired and rebuild your life. Trust me; many are the afflictions of the righteous.
You may not like my heart, or understand it, and that is fine, but take what is written to the Lord and let Him enlighten you on this journey. It’s time to wake up and see the devices of the enemy through Church life.
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