Our Only Rightful Lord

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The Internet has allowed Christian teachers unprecedented access to ministry opportunities across the globe.

Establish your offices in Chicago, London, or Adelaide, and you can minister to people in Durban, St. Petersburg, or Moscow.

Your physical location has little to do with those who receive your ministry. You can become a mighty warrior of God with a commitment, a camera, and an internet connection. Your image can be on people’s screens across the world with the click of a few keys and a YouTube account.

If you’re photogenic and a good speaker, that’s a plus. More people will want to watch if you are nice to look at.

That’s where caution must come into play.

As listeners, we must be careful not to put the speaker before the message, no matter how polished their presentation.

Revelation 19:10 gives us this warning:

“Then I fell down at his feet to worship him, but he said to me, ‘You must not do that! I am a fellow servant with you and your brothers who hold to the testimony of Jesus. Worship God.’ For the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy.”

If we say, “I’m with Kenneth Copeland,” or “I follow Lori Bakker,” or “Joel Osteen’s my man,” then we’ve missed the point.

We follow Jesus. His example is the one we strive to emulate. He is the only one that sets a standard that will carry us through every battle that comes our way.

We worship only Jesus, for he is the Son of God.

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