mandag 7. november 2011

Nr. 126: We know that anyone born of God does not continue to sin; the one who was born of God keeps him safe, and the evil one cannot harm him.

Nr. 126:

1. Joh. b. 5 18 We know that anyone born of God does not continue to sin; the one who was born of God keeps him safe, and the evil one cannot harm him.

We as believers do not thrive in sin and disobedience against the Lord and God's word. Why? We have a new and Divine nature of the new birth. We are new creatures.

2. Kor. 5. 17 Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creature, old things have bygone, behold, all things are become new.

Our position in Christ is always perfect, so shall also our walk and experience become more and more perfect. This is a lifelong process, for some it takes a long time, for others a shorter time.

There is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ. Rooms. 8, 1 Christ took all judgments on themselves, thus ruling abolished for those who are in Him. Chosen in Him before the foundation was laid. Eph. 1, 4 Here is the selection problem solved, only to move into Christ. In Him have I, when I heard the word of truth, the gospel of your salvation been sealed with the Holy Spirit which was promised us. A man in Christ has thus åndsbeseglingen. Abide in Me and I in you, as the branch can not bear fruit of itself, except it abide in the vine, so neither I, unless I abide in me. I am the vine and ye are the branches: He that abideth in me and I in him, bears much fruit. Johs. 15, 4-5. Here is the only secret to bear fruit. And when we read verse 7 we see one of bønnhørelsens secrets, what exactly is to be in Christ. We will also discover a secret here in this section, namely that the only way to avoid being expelled from the church, it is to be in Christ. But if someone is not there, he is cast out by God himself. It happens sometimes, that there is someone being pushed out of the so-called visible church on earth, because they do not agree to an educational question, while others may agree to teach the question is often dropped out of troesstillingen and remains in the visible the congregation. Still standing in the 1st Johs.brev 3, 6: He who abides in Him does not sin. Here we encounter an opportunity to be preserved from sin, let us use it.
In Him we have obtained an inheritance. Eph. 1, 11 In Him, God has blessed us with spiritual blessings. Eph. 1, 3

In Him we were far off are made nigh. Eph. 2, 13 In Him, God will present us perfect. Kol. 1, 28
In Him we are filled. Kol. 2, 10 He who abides in Him, is 28 So we say: Read as it says, believe that it is, and when you get it as it stands.
Do you understand the difference between the condition and position, you have the fantastic opportunity to always be a victorious and happy Christian is my contention. In Christ we are always perfect, whatever! But in our walk, so it is changing. But we are always well saved, then salvation is conditioned by what he did, not by what we do or not do. But as believers expect and want God a growth, which should be such that we all become more and more like Jesus in all areas every day.

Eph. 2. 4 But God, who is rich in mercy, for his great love with which He loved us, 5 made us alive with Christ even when we were dead in sins - by grace are ye saved - 6 and raised us with him and sat with him in heavenly places in Christ Jesus, 7 so that he in the coming days might show the exceeding riches of his grace in kindness toward us in Christ Jesus.

It says that we are living with Christ and seated in heaven with him, I heard a great and resounding Hallelujah? Can it be improved? No, why joy and enjoy the believer's soul. We read in the Song of Solomon that the lovebirds have started Kurre because they are so happy. When the position and the experience becomes more and more similar, as is really the time of singing in the church. Nothing on this earth is more glorious than that, when the believer begins and that Jesus was on this earth.

1. John. b. 2 6 He that saith he abideth in him, he is guilty and to walk as He walked.

Jesus is so passionate that we live in Him, that He attacks with a violent force anything that tries to separate us from Him, and the battlefield is something as seemingly commonplace as our hearts. But there is one thing he can not and will attack - that's us, and our will if we choose to pull away and say stop.

When I lose myself, I find myself. "This is scary," you might say. Yes, in a way that it is. The big mistake we did make is that we do not dare to give Jesus all us because we are afraid of losing ourselves. This is perhaps one of the biggest lies that keep us away from Him who created us. Jesus says is true that we must "deny ourselves" and "forget ourselves" (Mt 16, 24) - but the great paradox is that it is precisely here, and only here that we find ourselves. See the next verse. "Whoever would save his life will lose it. But whoever loses his life for my sake and the gospel's sake shall find it "(Mt 16, 25). Clearly this is about physically giving their lives for Jesus, but I am convinced that it is also about immigration with Jesus. The truth is that when we lose ourselves in Jesus, live in Him, we become ourselves. Because who we really are hidden in Him. All life flows from Him, without Him, "we can not do nothing" (John 15:5) - but when we live in Him we live, where we were created to live. When we try to "be ourselves" outside the relationship to Jesus deceive ourselves and the truth is that we become victims of our own lusts and sinful nature. Can a glove be "entirely himself" and fulfill its purpose unless it is a hand inside?

The only way to live the Christian life is this way. To be living by dying - through more and more complete surrender of himself to Jesus. The Bible gives us no other way. In the early stuff we just live the "new" life, living above given, in which short periods during the day, but as we grow and grow, these periods longer and deeper. As we become like little "Christs." The fact that "Christ shall be formed in us" (Gal 4, 19) is the goal, and to "die from itself" only asset. God does this because he wants to take from you your life. On the contrary, he does it because he wants to give you life. Those who "lose themselves" in Jesus will find their true self, and it will be the most happy, peaceful, loving, patient, firm, truth-loving, holy and Jesus Just people you will ever meet. They are no longer just God's creatures, they are the sons and daughters full of His glory.

I am the law died to the law, so I can live for God. I am crucified with Christ, I no longer live, but Christ lives in me. The life I now live as a man of flesh and blood, I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me. Gal 2, 19-20

This is the secret of Christian life, he carries me and the gospel carries me, and I carry and hold it up in my own strength and with my own efforts!

The term "part of the Holy Spirit" is found in Hebrews. 6, 4 Human thought can hardly believe how big and full grace it is to have part in the Holy Spirit. In Gal. 3, 13 -14 set us face to face with it that makes this possible. "Christ redeemed us from the legal bond of hands, as he was a bond of hands for us - for it is written: Cursed is everyone who hangs on a tree - so that the blessing of Abraham might come upon the Gentiles in Christ Jesus, that we through faith might be the Spirit that was promised us. "Christ's finished work makes it possible for us to receive the Spirit. The word tells us also very clear in what manner the Spirit communicated to a person, namely by faith.
Chap. 3 in Galatians speaks of a particular faith. They say, "when faith came." We find also a very thorough record of the new covenant period. Here comes that all believers in Christ are born again, (v.26). V. 16 tells us that the seed that was raised was the Christ. V. 26 says that all who believe - without distinction - are united in Christ, and thus with him part of the promise. "For ye are all one in Christ." And therefore, God has sent His Son's Spirit in our hearts, by which we cry "Abba Father".

The Spirit's site:
It opens up new and wonderful opportunities for us. We entered into a completely new area. In Rom. 8 out so wonderful to "walk in the Spirit." Have we received the Spirit, it will be noted that "the desire the things of the Spirit" (v. 5) and the Spirit desires is life and peace. A man in the flesh is the enemy of God (v. 8) "But I is not in the flesh, but in the Spirit, if God's Spirit lives in you, but some do not the Spirit of Christ, when he is not him." It brought the full work solves us from all prior and binds us to Christ and all his profits. Only in this area can the Spirit work and raise, (v. 11).

A liberating area:
"For as many as are led by the Spirit of God, they are children of God" (v. 14). This relationship is not a trældomsforhold. V. 15 says: "I did not trældommens Spirit, that ye again to fear, but I got the Spirit of adoption, by which I cry Abba, Father." There is a difference between being a slave and being children. - To keep us in this wonderful lives are powerful forces at our disposal. We sat in on an area where a liberating force in evidence. Let us in this regard, see Rom. 8, 11-13. "But if the Spirit that raised Christ from the dead dwells in you, He who raised Christ from the dead will also give life to your mortal bodies through his Spirit who dwells in you." Where this in a wonderful way of telling about God works in frail people. Because of Christ's death freed us from sin and the flesh of power, that we by the Spirit's power can live Christ life. The only condition here was: "if the Spirit dwells in you." Without doubt, the saving in order to lead mankind from sin and flesh lives. "- If I live after the flesh, ye shall die, - but if deaths deeds of the body by the Spirit, ye shall live." (V. 13).

Temple of God:
At last I will mention that the person who has been part of the Holy Spirit is God's temple. The believing soul is a place where God will dwell and reveal himself. (Jn 14, 21-23.) Thus, God's manifold wisdom be made known by the church. Eph. 3, 10 It is deep and heartfelt unity we experience. We are His temple, - the fullness of him who fills all in all.

Rooms. 8. 13 for if ye live after the flesh, ye shall die: but if the deaths deeds of the body by the Spirit, ye shall live.

It is to let God and his spirit have to fill and take control, that we are and will remain victorious as believers! Do we have little of the spirit, we have little of Jesus, we have a lot of spirit, we have a lot of Jesus. Jesus is the spirit of scripture says (2 Cor. 3.17).

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