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“Why is it that every time I try to do something for the Lord, somebody causes me trouble? You’d think that the Lord would get them off my back so I could be more effective.”
So, to be effective, you have to have all opposition removed?
“Certainly would help.”
Do you think that Paul was effective?
“Sure was. Nobody more so!”
Did you ever read what he said about being effective?
Listen to this: “A wide door for effective work has opened to me, and there are many who oppose” (I Corinthians 16:9).
“Hmmmm. . . . “
Looks like opposition goes with the territory, doesn’t it?
The more effective one is in the Lord’s work, the more he can expect opposition. If you’re really doing something effective, as Paul said he was, then you should count on the evil one—or one of his henchmen—to oppose. Of course, we’re not talking about ineffective people causing trouble for themselves, you understand.
“Yeaaaah. Well, thanks.”
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