Have you ever noticed that pithy, well-worded quotes often promote wrong ideas more than right. A case in point is this one Ijust noticed here on this board: “We might be wise to follow the insight of the enraptured heart rather than the more cautious reasoning of the theological mind.” - AW Tozer This could very easily be pared down to "Man's heart is wiser than the Word of God." Now I know that Tozer did not quite mean this. However I put "quite" in italics. Given what Tozer has written - his frank endorsement of several of the Roman Catholic mystics (several of whom were enemies of the Reformers) - he shows a willingness to trust "enraptured hearts" more than he should. He downplays that... 1. The heart is deceitful. Who can know it? 2. "Enraptured" is a nebulous, subjective term. It is useless as a guide for growing Christian. Unlike the guideline of the Word of God. 3. He also downplays the Bible and those who teach it. My point, getting back to our time, is that we are too prone to base our theology, and our evangelism to others, on catchy quotes. We don't rely enough on the Bible, patient teaching of it. Trusting God to enlighten (not enrapture) those He calls.