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TITLE: Of-Fences (Offenses)
By Rebecca O'Connor
09/04/07
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I am writing short devotionals and this is one.
The Laodicean Church in Revelation talks about a people neither hot nor cold but lukewarm. I call them fence sitters because they strattle the fence. With the fencepost up their royal highny, they criticize everything to the left and the right of them. These royals are highly offensive to others and extremely offended by much of nothing.
As we were in an inner session praying against offenses, I saw a vision of a figure strattling a fence. The understanding was clear that offenses came from being…of-fence. The solution was equally as clear…off-fence.
So the next time I am feeling offended I’ll know I’m being of-fence and get off-fence. Besides God has a better place for His royal priesthood and if your royal highny is on the wrong throne you may be dealing with splinters!
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