The story is at http://www.bpnews.net/BPnews.asp?ID=30748 Posted on Jun 23, 2009 | by Mark Kelly LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP)--If Southern Baptists are to be what God wants them to be, they desperately need to repent of the sins that clog their spiritual lives, Johnny Hunt told the Southern Baptist Pastors' Conference June 22. "I am not a prophet or a prophet's son, but I may have to do until a prophet comes," Hunt said. "And here's what I want to say to the Southern Baptist Convention: There is a dire need for overwhelming repentance. I've never seen so many hard things said from one person to the next without any sense of grief." Like a flowing stream that beavers dam up over time with fallen trees and debris, a Christian becomes blocked spiritually by sins both large and small, Hunt said. And in the same manner, the only way for living water to flow again is for spiritual dynamite to be applied. Hunt confessed that he has at times allowed his own life to get dammed up by sins that he didn't take seriously. "Almost unbeknownst to me, I let some tree fall across the artesian well of God's Spirit," Hunt said. "I hardly even notice.... God reminds me of it, but I just don't take serious His mandate to be clean. Then a little trash here and a little gossip there and a little sarcasm and a little jealousy and a little envy and before you know it, our lives are dammed up and the flow of God's Spirit stopped. You may be ministering, but God's life is not being ministered through you."