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Charisma magazine Do you think you are entitled to a loving husband or wife, obedient children, and a lovely home in a tree-shaded neighborhood? The opposite of embracing your portion in life is feeling you are entitled to a portion that you are really not to have. —Chuck Pierce
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I recently came to the realization that I have had an entitlement mentality. I am now trying to submit to what God has provided me with and what He has called me to do. It’s not easy and sometimes I think the church sends mixed messages in trying to speak about power and promises.
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Care to explain further how the church sends “mixed messages?”
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Many ministers and churches act as though it is our right to “success”—American style. We portray a sort of entitlement/agreement faith to people. A formulated faith, A + B = C. We are thinking about getting what we want with little pain or struggle and feeling that we have a right because we are children of the King.
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I agree. I struggle with the fact that the Word says: “Ask and you will receive” and “You have not because you ask not.” I have asked, and yet I don’t have. The conclusion that I have drawn from that is that God is not punishing me; in fact I love the Scripture ... that says the Lord withholds no good thing from those He loves.
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