Hollywood glitters with worldliness, while the Gospel glows in humility. There is quite a difference between shining and glowing. The Gospel glows in humility, and meekness, and humbleness, and power. While, Hollywood shines, and everybody hurrahing and hollering, and going to it. See? We don't need that
Many times education leads to the demon of education, and that demon of education leads you to a know all. And when you get there, then you become an infidel and deny Christ. So you can't build upon the foundation of education. Neither can we build it upon political powers.
Any person that'll break up a church, and start a feud between the people, and things like that, is not worthy of the Gospel that we preach. Exactly. 'It's a form of godliness, denying the power thereof,' the power of God that keeps you from such.
I believe that the reason we don't have desperation is because it's a lack of love, God, the love of God. I think that the love of God causes desperation. If God is in you, the Token inside of you, and you see the conditions of times, and people wading in sin the way they are, it'll throw you into desperation.
Hollywood glares; the Gospel glows. You can't go over on their ground; you've got to bring them on our ground. That's where we've got to get them. Got to get them over here, not us go out there. We could never compare with them. We don't want to. They shine and glitter; the Gospel glows with meekness and humility.
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