Your Nothing Pit is nothing until revelation finally shows up.
Where would we be without divine purpose? How would we know where to go without revelation from God? How horrible is it to know you are out of the Will of God:
“For many are called, but few are chosen.*” NOPE. How many times are Christians going to take this out of context? This bit of scripture is about salvation, not the Call of God for your ministry. This is a perfect example of how scripture is not studied and translated correctly from the original text as it should be.
Round and round she goes; where she stops, nobody knows. WRONG. The Christian Jews got it right and went right back. Why? Instead of doing a work for the Lord they wanted to work as the Lord because they had no faith in Christ:
“…and I will show you my faith by my works.**” Okay, at least you think you want to do something but somehow Grace has been misunderstood as being complacent instead of loving God enough to do what He has placed on your heart – your calling and ministry.
Do you really think you’re here just to hold the couch down…in the name of Jesus?
Sometimes the Nothing Pit is for a short period of time when you’re feeling down and out, can’t seem to pray, God seems a million miles away, etc, etc, etc. However, some Christians have been in the Pit the entire time because they’ve been taught GRACE GRACE GRACE and the rest is GLORY GLORY GLORY when we are supposed to pick up the ball and run HARD to the finish line with the specific work He has us.
We are not here on Earth sucking up free air while other Christians are doing what has been laid upon their heart by the Lord.
Can you get off the couch and quit justifying lousy behavior in the name of Jesus?? Don’t you have something to do?
*Matthew 22:14; **James 2:18