Revelation 3:16: Blinding Gray
Revelation 3:16 has always been a bit of a mystery to me since middle school, but the Holy Spirit has been pushing me to ponder and ask the Lord about it. It says “So then, because you are lukewarm and neither cold nor hot, I will vomit you out My mouth.” I can hear the Lords urgency and zealousness over me with a description that uses His name, my name, and vomit all in the same sentence. What is difficult to hear is the possible reason for His use of this type of analogy. With age and His revelation, I believe I am beginning to be awakened to a deeper layer of God’s heart in relation to this verse.
I thought that this was suppose to be a song. I am a worshiper not a writer. With that thought in mind, I could now begin to write the 5 page list of why I am in no way qualified to be writing these blog posts. How there is nothing in my background besides having a Master’s degree (in physical therapy) and a weekend trip to a Christian writing course (that I only went to support my precious mother, and have some much needed quality mother daughter time) that would cause me to think that this would be a good idea. So I will choose to speak of what I do know that would allow me to display my heart on paper. I am a child of God. I am a daughter and heir to his kingdom. I long to be in his presence and a part of his story, and in that desire there comes a greater need and longing to be obedient more than being proven worthy.