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    Reflecting or Projecting our Limitations on God

    Reflecting Or Projecting
    Our Limitations On God

    We live out our lives learning our own limitations and the limitations of others. So our expectations are based upon those limitations. If we have learned that a particular person cannot be trusted to do a certain thing, then this limitation becomes our expectation of that person. This is what is called judgment. All dealings with that person will be based on what judgments we have made and so our judgments of that person limits us in that relationship.

    The same is true with authorities in our lives. If our authorities have failed us, say a father or mother, teacher or principle, public servant or leader, we tend to hold those shortcomings against them, and by this, changing our expectations of them. The same is true concerning God. If, while we were still sinners, we felt that God must not care for how could He let these horrible things occur, we have established a judgment against Him in our hearts. So when the time comes when we accept Christ, we may still have difficulty trusting Him in certain areas of our lives and we cannot remember or know why. It is because we have never forgiven Him for His perceived evil for not intervening. We have projected our own judgments and limitations and perceived limitations upon Him and so we struggle in our faith to believe Him when He says for us to do something. We think that God cannot do this.

    Whatever judgment is in our hearts are projected upon others, including God for when we judge the one He has created and died for, we judge the One who created him. Notice how Adam answered God in the garden when confronted with his disobedience, "It was the WOMAN that YOU gave me...." He blamed the gift and the giver of that gift. So do we when we judge others. Therefore, it is vital we forgive and do not judge but break every judgment we have made and then, choose to never judge another again. This breaks that wrong expectation which limits to us what God can do.

    Jerry Sundberg

    Soon after I received the Lord in 1976, I started receiving prophetic visions and warnings about the future of the church and the United States. I share my visions on my Hidden Manna websites and offer free of charge my two ebooks entitled “Hidden Manna” and “Hidden Manna 2”.

    Website: Hidden Manna

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