Honest to God? (3 of 6) by Jeff Schreve
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Series: Let it Rain
Well last night, I have to tell you this last night I had a dream. It was so real, this dream, I dreamed that I died and I went to the gates of heaven and I met St. Peter. And he welcomed me and said ''Jeff we're so excited about your coming to heaven.'' But, he said, ''Before you can enter heaven we have to determine your reward.'' And he said ''The way we do that is through what we like to call in heaven the quicksand of righteousness.'' And what I had to do was I had to go in the quicksand and depending on how much sin was in my life I would sink in the quicksand. Well when I looked he opened the room where the quicksand of righteousness was I saw some people I knew. (Laughter) I saw Pat out in the quicksand of righteousness he was sunk mid-thigh. I looked over and I saw Jason he was at his waist. I saw Don he was up to his chest. And then I looked over and I saw Matt he was just at his ankles. I was like, WOW, I said ''Matt I never knew you were so righteous.'' And he said ''Shhhhh! I am standing on Larry's shoulders.'' Standing on Larry's shoulders, did you know that there is something within a human being that makes us want to make ourselves look better all the time? I mean if we are going to be tested with righteousness what do we want to do? We want what we really are, than who we really are. You and I don't really like, when we're honest, we don't like to get honest. That's just the thing about us we don't really like to get honest about who we are where we are in our spiritual life we don't like to just pull back the veil and say ''God this is who I am and God this is where I am and God this is how I am really doing.'' We don't like to take a hard sober look in the mirror. And that's true for me and it's true for you and it's true for all of us. But if we are going to experience revival and a fresh work of God in our lives we have to do two things. Number One we have to see ...
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