Like a scarecrow made of straw, we should instantly combust when God's fire - the light, heat, and consequence of the reality of who God is - is brought to bear on us. And when the smoke clears and the heat dies down, we shouldn't be the same as we were before. It's the posture and attitude we should carry into worship because it is an excellent litmus test. If you are able to walk away from the bonfire unscathed
. . .either you aren't a scarecrow
or there was no bonfire."
Denbigh met Eric in Missourri this summer and was impressed by his heart. I must say, I am as well.
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