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Pride and self-righteousness can bring us into places of destruction.
If we are going to bring people into the Kingdom of God, if we are going to bring people to salvation through Jesus Christ, we must learn to BUILD BRIDGES with those who are lost – and STOP burning them.
When we see people and circumstances that do not line up with our own theology – we so often begin to judge, criticize, and rebuke. That person's lifestyle or sin often causes us to rise up, not in love or a desire to see them saved, but instead with rebuke and self-righteous hatred.
Prejudices. Homosexuality. Pride. Premarital sex. Addiction…
You name the sinful lifestyle, and the world is full of it – yes. ………
“Which is easier, to say, 'Your sins are forgiven you,' or to say, 'Rise up and walk'?” – Luke 5:23 NKJV
Luke reminds us that the power of Christ was ample for total healing of the person in need. In fact, we see Jesus taking on a holistic (whole body) approach throughout the gospels as he touched and healed the individuals at their point of need.
Take up your bed and walk was much more than just a physical healing, it was also forgiveness of sins, and can you only imagine the mental freedom and healing that the paralytic experienced when his flesh was healed from the touch of Christ?
A close study of the New Testament reveals to us that the same word used in the Greek text for healing, salvation, ………
We are not to be moved by the kingdoms of this world around us.
We are entering the times when we must know how to live out of "Christ Alone." That is where the enemy flees, where we find our safety, peace, love, and joy. This is where we find our provision, our purpose, and power to overcome and to empower others by His Holy Spirit.
Romans 14:17 “For the kingdom of God is not a matter of eating and drinking, but of righteousness, peace and joy in the Holy Spirit.”
James 4:7, 8 “Submit therefore to God. Resist the devil and he will flee from you. 8Draw near to God and He will draw near to you.”
Where do you draw near to God? We draw near by giving our attention to the………