I’m a very practical man. I’m a very results-oriented fellow — if you get good results with something you do, that’s great. If you get no or bad results with something you do, then I’ll suggest you may want to change your approach!. Simple, no?
Here’s a great example of church leaders who allow God to supernaturally heal those in need while still holding to a cessationist theology (i.e., the supernatural gifts of the Holy Spirit don’t operate today as they did in the New Testament era). I am adamantly opposed to cessationism, but you know what? They’re getting results. They’re following a scriptural principle and seeing the results of their faith, praise God. Since I’m a practical man, I applaud their efforts with my whole heart. Of course, if they ask my opinion, I’ll tell them they’re still limiting God’s potential for miracles in their midst, but since they haven’t asked my opinion, I’ll keep my mouth shut.