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  1. Brother Carroll ,
    Thank you so much for what you doing!
    Graduating from a Southern Baptist Seminary myself, there are things that seminary doesn’t prepare a pastor or preacher to handle. Something’s it’s “OTJT”..”on the job training”. I throughly enjoyed your blog about “Would you allow King David to Preach in your Church?” Majority of pastors would say “Yes”, a small few might say No! I am one who will say “Yes”, I believe your best pastors and preachers are your fallen ones, who have truly repented unto God
    I would like to share 3 Reasons why:
    1. Greater Humility
    Sometimes as church leaders we get beside ourselves thinking “we are pastoring the church” or we are doing great works with the people of God”. Sometimes we forget it’s the Holy Spirit working through us to accomplish the will of God concerning His Church. Pride always comes before the fall. A fall is a sure way to remove any Pride. Sermons before the fall use to contain phrases such as “you need to” or “you shouldn’t”. The key word is “you”, often times making the sermon inclusive to the pews, but exclusive from the pastor. After the fall sermonic language changes from “you” and “them” to “us” and “we”.
    Biblical characters such as Moses,David, Peter and Paul all experience a fall, and we today are not exempt

    2. More compassion for people (especially for sinners)
    Often times as pastors we forget we are sinners saved by Grace. Often times Sin is put into categories “Big and little”. In God’s eyes there isn’t a big sin or little sin. “A little small white lie is just as deadly as adultery”. Sin is sin at the end of day and if God’s able to forgive, restore and renew the Pastor!! There is hope for any sinner.

    3. A change in perspective (life in general)
    In pastorship we sometimes allow people to put pressure on us or we put it on ourselves, trying to measure up to man’s standards instead of Christ Jesus. That pressure can and will lead to stress which if not handled right will lead to temptation. Satan seems to attack us with temptation when we stressed. God has a way of using every man’s fall to refocus our attention on Him and Him alone.
    For example:
    Two glasses fall off the table, neither one breaks the same and no matter how it’s put back together. It won’t be the same as before.

    We all will have failures and get broken at some point in time in ministry either publicly or privately. God’s sometimes allows our sins to break us so He can remake us to what He wants to be.

    Psalms 37:23-24 talks about the fall of a Good Man “23 The steps of a man are established by the LORD, when he delights in his way;24 though he fall, he shall not be cast headlong, for the LORD upholds his hand.”

    Jesus loves and uses fallen people
    Luke 7:47
    “Therefore, I tell you, her many sins have been forgiven—as her great love has shown. But whoever has been forgiven little loves little.”

    Fallen Pastor’s who truly have repented and accepted the great gift of forgiveness,loves God that much more. Fallen and Broken preachers are able preach the Good news to a fallen and broken world… I will continue pray for you and this ministry. Please keep up the great work

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