This message is part #2 of As We Would Simplify Life —
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This message is part #1 to As God Simplifies Life for Us —
3 periods of Moses’ life with water – edification: about purpose, power and provision.
(Exodus 2:2-3, 14:10,16, 17:6; Tit 3:5)
We rejoice in Christ. We gather together in His name. We are here for Gods glory. Christ dwells in us. We are named after His name. What happens when we gather in His name? What happens when the Spirit is in us? The Holy Spirit points to Christ and we know Him. When the Spirit is in us and we drink from the same Spirit shows Christ to us and we know Him. It’s an honor to know Him.
(Heb 1:3-4, 7:16-17,25, 10:19-25)
Religion brings hardness and burden into the lives of people. Many consider Christianity a religion, but it isn’t. Everything would burden us, but Christianity narrows it all down to just one thing – just one responsibility for us. So what is that one single thing?
(Eph 5:18, Gal 5:16, Ro 16:27, 1Tim 1:17, Psa 31:19, 2Tim 1:13-14)
This discussion was held in connection with the message False Peace VS. Let’s make Some Noise of Faith!, on July 05, 2015 , Sunday.
Nothing is more key than the time spent in the inner room. There God is able to prepare us, and we have some practical advice to help you find that quietness. (Psa 46:11) They that are hungry must eat and they that are thirsty must drink. Likewise in our spiritual life, but what is spiritual hunger and thirst? What…
It is a special thing to stay on the narrow road. Faithfulness is not a boring thing. Simplicity may be ours but one way – to distinguish between the voice of grace and the wrong teaching. What it means to be a disciple, and the freedom of discipleship. (2Co 11:2-4, Pro 3:5, Jo 4:34, 5:30, 8:31-32, 15:8, 13:35, 21:18, Gal 5:13, 1Pe 1:22)
Is it possible to fall out of grace? How? The two ways of Christian walk. The external way is fast, impressive, but infects the heart. The righteous shall live by faith in simplicity. (Galatians, Psa 119:11, Pro 21:4, 24:4, Tit 1:15, Mt 6:22, 2Co 3:17-18, 10:12, Josh 24:15, 1Pe 1:15-16)
People seek mercy, and we know just where to look for it. The Canaanite woman had simplicity, steadfastness and hung on to Jesus. She had no conditions, and found mercy. God answers again and again. (Ro 8:28 , Mt 15:21-28, Psa 4:7-9)