What's the Taste Left in Your Wake?
"You know, talking to that person just left a bad taste in my mouth."
Perhaps the problem in our witness is printed on that cork - something the world knows: Life is too short to drink bad wine.
What old wine is in you? Do you want the new wine? Do you need it?
Don't be glib in your response. We usually think we're doing fine, thank you very much.
But Jesus warned us: 'No one after drinking old wine wants the new, for they say, ‘The old is better.’” (Luke 5)
But if you want to be filled with the new wine then you need to prepare a wineskin to hold it.
Last night Amanda Shelton walked us through how we can shift and ways in which God forms a new wineskin in us so that the new wine will flow through us.
Amanda always brings a raw vulnerability that calls to the depths and, in this case, it was a call to position ourselves as one deeply loved by the Lord.
Looking at John, 'the disciple whom Jesus loved,' she drew out specific examples and principles that will help you in this process.
Watch the replay and listen for the Heart of Jesus calling out places to be shifted so you can hold the new wine.
Why bother? The imminent harvest.
Because when they meet you, they need to 'taste and see that the Lord is good!'
Replay of this Deck teaching is on YouTube.
Replay of the entire Flight Deck is on Facebook.