‘Duck Dynasty’ Star Sadie Robertson Huff Urges Thousands Gathered at Passion 2023 to Repent If Their Spiritual Life Doesn’t Match Personal Life, Christians Preach About God He emphasized that they should not be afraid to “let their light shine” by doing so. in class or at work.
The 25-year-old outspoken reality TV star, podcaster and social media influencer was one of many prominent Christian figures who spoke to the thousands who gathered at the Passion 2023 conference in Atlanta last week. was. The event took place from Tuesday to Thursday last week.
She emphasized that a Christian’s spirituality, or relationship with Jesus, should not be separated from life outside the church, but should invite Jesus into every aspect of one’s life.
Influencers said that Christians’ relationship with Jesus shouldn’t be hidden when they’re in a worldly place and around people who don’t believe in God.
“If it is true that the Spirit of God lives within us, we should have moments of passion at the grocery store, and moments of passion everywhere we go. “Then revival will really happen,” she said. I just wonder why it doesn’t happen. I don’t think it’s because God isn’t doing his job.
“Wherever we go can be a place of miracles,” she continued. should be personal to you.”
Robertson Huff urged the audience to consider how their sphere of influence and where they spend most of their time could be transformed into the realm of ministry. I refuted the idea that it was a place where I could do stories.
“I just want us to wake up to the idea that your truck, your finance class, your commute to school with your friends, your apartment, that’s where ministries should best be done,” she said. “Because you are there. How? Because the Spirit of God lives in you.”
“We have places where our spiritual lives take place, and we have places where our personal lives take place,” she added. But I think we need to get it out of our minds that these two are different things and have to be one.”
She used the example of Jesus preaching from Peter’s boat in Luke 5.
Robertson Huff warns attendees not to talk about their spiritual lives only when they are around other Christians, saying Christian ministry is the glue that binds their spiritual lives to their private lives. emphasized that
“Wherever I am, that is where ministry happens. …because ministry is not waiting for you on the platform. or something,” she said.
“And that is where you are. And that is what you do. Street is a full-time job.Ministry is not independent.”
For many Christians today, they live in unrepentant sin, so their spiritual lives may conflict with their personal lives, she said.
“If you are afraid to surrender completely and seek full repentance, it may be because you are afraid that you will go back. to do,” Robertson Huff advised.
“The best you can do is say, ‘Jesus, I don’t have the power to break my addiction on my own, so I need you to be a part of this side of my life.’ I need your spirit,” she says.
“I think repentance is a natural response when things start getting personal with Jesus. I feel uncomfortable.”
Robertson Hough led the crowd with a prayer of repentance as her sermon drew to a close.
“Thank you, God, that your son died on the cross for the remission of my sins, so that I may live in hope. Please release me and help me walk as a new me,” she prayed.
“God, I hope people notice the change in me. I hope people ask me questions, ‘What happened to you?’ God, my life is to glorify you, my life is for your name … my life will be a living testimony of your integrity, God. I will be part of the generation that will bring regeneration to this earth.”
The Passion Movement was started in 1995 by Reverend Luis Giglio of Passion City Church in Atlanta. This year’s conference was attended by several Christian leaders and pastors, including Giglio, Jackie Hill Perry, Tim Tebow and others.
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