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Monday, July 18, 2011

Click here TO LISTEN Grace and only Grace overcomes sin

Romans 6:14

 14 For sin shall not have dominion over you: for ye are not under the law, but under grace. 

Saturday, July 9, 2011

Click HERE TO LISTEN to You Gotta let Jesus wash your feet

God has called us to live in this world but not be of it. God has called us to impact the world we live in and influence those around us in our daily lives. But so much of the time the church congregates like monks in fear of contamination from the world, that they cannot be a witness or a light for fear that the "dirty" people might rub off on them. I believe with all my heart you have to watch what goes into your ears and eyes, but if God wanted us out of this world then when we got saved we would instantly pop into heaven. The only problem with that is that God has called men to carry the good news of the Gospel and if  there are no men on earth there is no witness. Think about it you wouldn't have gotten saved if someone hadn't told you. Jesus spent time with real people that had real problems, but he was so full of Grace and truth he rubbed off on them they didn't rub off on him. In this message we will be looking at the revelation of the washing of the water. The gospel continually cleanses you so you can live in a dusty imperfect world and walk as a light in darkness without that darkness overcoming you but the light within you Overcoming this world's darkness. I'm not afraid the world is going to contaminate our children, our children are going to contaminate this world, WITH JESUS. But if we don't understand the revelation of the water of the word. We will in fear of the world congregate together and never impact this land we live in.

John 17:15
I pray not that thou shouldest take them out of the world, but that thou shouldest keep them from the evil.

Thursday, July 7, 2011

Click HERE TO LISTEN The simplicity of Christ

2 Corinthians 11:3

But I fear, lest by any means, as the serpent beguiled Eve through his subtilty, so your minds should be corrupted from the simplicity that is in Christ.

God likes to keep things simple and powerful. Man likes to make things complicated so he can somehow take credit for it. The simplicity of Christ is a beautiful thing. Jesus is your saviour and you don't just get "saved" when your born again and then you have to fend for yourselves. No Jesus is your saviour right now!!!! And whatever you are facing he is ready to save you from it. When a lifeguard saves a drowning child does he stop to quiz her on how she got herself into this situation. Does he stop and make sure she is qualified to be saved? No he saves her!!! Don't you think Jesus is a more noble and honorable saviour than any lifeguard. Whatever you are facing Jesus plunges into your battle and fearlessly pulls you out. That is the simplicity of Christ and we have lost sight of that.
The devil really likes to complicate things. Especially your relationship with God. Jesus is your hero and he saves you because of who he is not because you "qualify" for his promises by earning them  with your goodness. It's his goodness and his blood that has qualified you. All you have to do is believe that he is that good. So call on your saviour today and enjoy the simplicity of Christ. 

Monday, July 4, 2011

Click HERE TO LISTEN The New Covenant is based on Grace not works

The new covenant is based on grace not works. If you try to earn a gift it's no longer a gift, it becomes a wage. God is not our employer he is our father. When we try to earn things from him rather than receive through Grace we frustrate the entire new covenant and NOTHING works properly. When we realize that Jesus earned it all and has freely given it to us by his grace then we can begin to be sons and daughters and not employees trying to make God in debt to us because of our good behavior. Legalism is trying to be good enough to control God. Understanding Grace allows us to live by faith and receive every good gift that comes down from the Father of lights.