Proof of Passion is Pursuit...
Last month when I offered all of my books free for several days, I was very excited because it was very successful in that many people were able to receive the books. A short time after, someone messaged me with a series of questions they had and asked me to explain certain things. I responded that I had already answered those questions in the books quite well I thought and it would make more sense for them to just read what I had already written instead of me trying to give lengthy answers on messenger. His response was that he really didn't have so much extra time to read books, but he could read specific answers to his questions....
A couple years ago someone had read that I had written that Sid Roth's program has lots of powerful revelation and that people should take advantage of that, I talked about how our family had gone through almost all of the archived videos and had been extremely blessed. I received a message from someone in response asking me to go through all of Sid's videos and pick the ones that I believed were the most helpful and then send them the list.
Does anyone see what the problem is? We all must carry our own passion for the things of God. Proof of passion is that we pursue those things we say we are passionate about. No, it isn't always easy. I think that is what makes it so valuable. What is valuable to you?
God conceals the revelation of his word[a]
in the hiding place of his glory.[b]
But the honor of kings[c] is revealed
by how they thoroughly search out
the deeper meaning of all that God says.
(Proverbs 25:2 TPT)