Reading Psalm 114 today I was struck by the word “flint”. I had read it many times before and I’ve been well aware of the water crisis for some time. To be honest, with the smorgasbord of prophetic events the water crisis in flint was somewhere near the bottom of the list. If I had such a list I’m sure it would be numbered in the hundreds, so we’ll just say it was about 200 deep.
Who turned the rock into a pool of water, the flint into a fountain of water. Psalm 114:8
I’m often accused of “over spiritualizing” things. Where you could say there might be instances where one takes a physical event too far into the ethereal, this is far more the exception than the rule. My charge to the vast majority is that they under spiritualize. Fortunately, few of you who peruse these pages fall into this camp. If we are willing to accept the limitations of our physical reality, the vast specificity with which our Sovereign Creator orders everything and the vast number of dimensions which exist around us, we should conclude that under spiritualizing is far more a problem than over spiritualizing.
If you claim to take the Bible literal yet you consider others to be over spiritualizing at every turn, then we have a problem. All throughout, the Bible is showing us examples of radical faith and outrageous miracles. The most horrific example of under spiritualizing came from a pastor who claimed the feeding of the 5,000 was nothing more than a shared community effort. Each participant went home and gathered all they could and shared with everyone else. Full Article Here