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The Mouse Under the Elephant in Strange Fire

 

Cameron closed his article with this comment: “We want to see someone—anyone—from the charismatic side take up those important issues.” I guess I’m an “anyone” even though I’m a nobody on the big-picture, theological radar, necessarily. I’d ask readers of Cameron’s article to prayerfully consider my responses above. My preference is for the Strange Fire crew to consider and hold fast to the hard saying in 1 Thessalonians 4:11: “…make it your ambition to lead a quiet life and attend to your own business and work with your hands, just as we commanded you…” In so doing, the only house to sweep and clean is the one we each lead.

 

Rob Wilkerson

November 6, 2014

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About the Author: Rob Wilkerson, M.Div. (The Master's Seminary, 2000), B.S. (Luther Seminary, 1994), is a follower of Jesus in Woodstock, GA, where he works in the tech industry as an analyst and consultant. From there he envisions and pursues missional-shaped business for the kingdom. He and his wife Sherri have been married for 21 years and together have three sons and a daughter. Rob believes the mission of the gospel is summed up in four simple phrases: know God, obey Jesus, love one another, and make disciples. www.robwilkerson.net. Google+ Twitter Facebook LinkedIn

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