Nuggets from Occult Invasion |

Dave Hunt

Look at Paul. Hated by the Jews and rejected by most of the church (“no man stood with me”—2 Timothy:4:16; “all they…in Asia be turned away from me”—2 Timothy:1:15), he considered himself the chief of sinners (1 Timothy:1:15) and “less than the least of all saints” (Ephesians:3:8). Instead of building up Paul’s self-image and self-esteem, Christ declared that His strength was made perfect in Paul’s weakness (2 Corinthians:12:9). Try to reconcile Paul’s “when I am weak, then am I strong” (verse 10) and “in me…dwelleth no good thing” (Romans:7:18) with psychology’s three essentials!