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My Son Just Doesn't Like Me
I'm going through the same thing. It hurts so badly.

Who is Myles Munroe?

Where did you hear that MM said - "GOD CANNOT DO ANYTHING HERE ON EARTH UNLESS WE FIRST GIVE GOD OUR PERMISSION, BECAUSE GOD IS ILLEGAL HERE ON EARTH."? I just started listenging to him so I haven't formed a definate opinion of the man but what I've heard so far seems very sound and quite revelatory. I'm not saying you're wrong but I'd like to hear what he said in the context of what he was talking about before I label him a false prophet. I understand that he focuses on the kingdom aspect of the Word but he didn't leave out other aspects of the Word from what I've heard so far. What I have heard so far indicates that he is trying to understand God's Word from God's perspective.

Was The Virgin Mary Sinless
All have sinned and fallen short.. (Rom 3:23) Mary herself acknowledged that she was in need of a saviour and rejoiced in his coming (Lk 1:47). The Immaculate Conception of Mary was not taught and believed in the church until 1854.

This particular doctrine flies in the face of what scripture says.

Who is Myles Munroe?
I semi agree with Monroe when I think about it. I'm not sure why he says God is illegal here but I know that God doesn't have to use man to work on earth but He chooses to use us, no? He doesn't need permission but He requires our involvement in order to release His power. That is the way He has decided to get things done because He wants us to reflect Him and His will. We are created in His image and we are His representation on the earth so why wouldn't He chose to use us for His purpose? He started out doing it this way in the garden before the fall but sin entered in and messed it all up. He's about being in relationship with us. He doesn't need us but He wants us. Monroe is making this point but not in the right way maybe?

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