Make no mistake, the humility that accompanies salvation is not something that just happens, Paul said that he determined to know nothing.
To be sure, Paul wrote very heavy with theological truth but always with the heart of a pastor, as one always concerned about the well being of God's people.
To turn away from the light of conscience brings guilt before God. To turn away from the light provided by God’s special revelation as revealed in His law brings even greater guilt and condemnation. To turn away from the light of the gospel brings the greatest condemnation of all.
Scripturally speaking the child of God hears and knows the voice of his heavenly Father, to him all comfort is not derived from within as the world would have us believe but from someone we can't see, touch, or hear with our ordinary senses.
Some years ago Johnny Nash sang a song named, “I Can See Clearly Now.” The lyrics to the song are as follows, “I can see clearly now the rain is gone. I can see all obstacles in my way. Gone are the dark clouds that had me blind. It's gonna be a bright (bright) bright … Continue reading I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW