Some folks do things for selfish reasons. Others, like the Pharisees, do so to be noticed among men and lauded as spiritually mature.
But not everyone.
One Sunday, while my family was attending Radford Fellowship, a church plant by Paul Washer and the HeartCry Missionary Society, we were preparing to partake of the Lord’s Supper. It is an intimate moment among the brethren.
Yet the week prior, I had declared Paul Washer to be wrong in a post on prayer. On that Sunday of the Lord’s Supper, he sat two rows behind me.
It’s not always – make that never – easy to do your best to the glory of God and still please everyone.
When it came time to come forward, as was the practice there, my family stood up, we walked, and as I proceeded down the isle, Paul quietly called my name. I went to him, and…
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