Monthly Archives: February 2018
Walking in the Spirit – Four
So now we can identify clearly the problem that we each face, but what is the solution? The solution is the same as it has always been, Confession, Repentance, and Baptism. Tell the world that you have changed, be buried under the water to symbolize your death to the old life, get raised up out of the water to a new life, a life “In Christ” and live a life dedicated to him, living in the flesh is no longer, as it has been put to death, crucified, we now live in… Continue reading
Walking in the Spirit – 3
There is so much said about “walking in the Spirit, and not in the flesh,” but then those who expound this often have no reality of what this statement really means, and they are often advocating something that they have no daily experience with. So let us unwrap this a wee bit so that we can all gain a deeper insight, and be blessed with a closer walk with Jesus Christ.
Quote; “Every Christian must stand on guard continually, watching every avenue of the soul where Satan might find access. He must pray… Continue reading
Walking in the Spirit – Two
Quote; “So how do we know if and when we are “Spirit Walking?” Repentance from self-righteousness is terribly painful because we have to swallow our pride – our spiritual pride. The things we have looked to as evidence of our goodness, we have to see as monuments to self. It was hard for Peter to repent of his own opinion. It was hard for Paul to give up his righteousness of the law. But each of these realized that God was right and that He was their only hope.… Continue reading
Walking in the Spirit – One
Here are some interesting thought gleaned from a book by Jack Sequeria, “Laodicea,” (chapter 3; adapted). “ when Jesus accuses us of being lukewarm, this is what he is talking about – works of the law – works of the Flesh, legalism – forms of godliness, attempting to obey the law in our own strength in order to be saved, doing good things for the wrong reasons. And he warns us, “Because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of my mouth” Rev 3:16.
This lukewarmness will… Continue reading