Yes Karl, we all know that Jesus speak to you directly, but you don't have to keep reminding us. It's like your standing on the street corner seeking praise from others. But if that is the reward that you seek, then congratulations. Now Karl, I sense you starting to get a bit backed up. maybe you should run in down to the old walmart store and get yourself some oat bran. After all Karl, this body is my temple. Oh! and by the way Karl, speaking of being backed up, while your at the store would you please pick up a roll of charmin, the blue roll, the really soft stuff. Stop being such a tight wad Karl looking for that cheap paper, don't you know that this temple deserves only the best! Yes Karl. We know that Jesus tells you what to do. But from your statements Karl, I can tell you know nothing of the Word of God. If you did, then you would be able to hear that Word in others. But you don't and you can't, and you were actually taken aback that I even make such a suggestion. But your suggestion that only you can hear the words of Jesus is quite arrogant and prideful, and your actions demonstrate foolishness and immaturity. You know nothing of the Word of God, or you would know that it is a Word not meant for you to keep. It is a Word that speaks for our Creator through us. It is a Word that swells up from within like a fountain from the deep, and when the cup runneth over, then you can proclaim the Word to others, so that if they are listening, they can hear the words of the Father, for they are words of His Kingdom. But His Kingdom is of the Spirit, and his Word that is in my heart, it is Spirit, and it speaks of Christ. But if you are content to live after the flesh listening to Jesus instruction to you, don't squeeze the charmin, then know that we are happy for you, you don't need to tell us about it. It is not edifying to the Kingdom. I need to loose some weight. I went to park at the store and Jesus said NO, park at the end of the lot, the spaces are empty and you need your steps. But that is not something that is edifying to anyone else unless they first ask " What did you do to loose all that weight?" Then you may glorify the Lord for his encouragement. But until then, you do not speak of the Lord, you speak of yourself.