We are such a blessed, or better yet, spoiled people. We take for granted God’s provision of basic necessities like food, clothing, and shelter, not to mention all the materialistic stuff that we think we can’t live without. God blesses us with so many things, and maybe we utilize them and are satisfied for a short time, but not for long. We want the latest and greatest that’s available. We crave newer, nicer, faster, better! The same could be said for our spiritual experience. We claim we want more of God; we want to draw closer to Him; we want revival! It all sounds good. We all should hunger to be filled with all the fullness of God (Eph. 3:19), but why? God’s Holy Spirit doesn’t reside in us to make us look better, feel better, or fit in better. Neither does He come to make our church the most exciting or entertaining around. Whatever we ask of God, if it’s not to bring glory to His Name that souls be saved, that the Kingdom of Heaven be blessed, then why? We need to examine our hearts and motives so that we are found faithful, good stewards with what God has blessed us with, including spiritual blessings. All the preaching and teaching, all the praise and worship, the outpourings, the healings, the deliverances, it all must be focused on spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ to a lost and dying world. Hopefully, this podcast episode about the demon possessed man in Mark 5 will challenge you to do what you can to spread the gospel of Christ. No more excuses! Just do what you can with what you have!