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When we first became Christians, we were like one-third horsepower lawn mower engines. WE could accomplish something, but not very much because we weren’t very mature. Our goal as Christians is to become DC Caterpillar engines — real powerhouses for the Lord. But neither a lawn mower or bulldozer can accomplish anything without fuel. And neither can we accomplish anything apart from Christ (John 15:5) No matter how mature you are, you can never be productive unless you are walking in the Spirit. From Victory over the Darkness, by Neil Anderson, pg. 97

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