John 19:30 Greek

John 19:30
"So when Jesus had received the sour wine, He said "Finished!" {tetelestai} {eternal salvation life work complete --- substitutionary spiritual death on the cross}. And having pushed His head forward, He dismissed His spirit {physical death}".


             BY FAITH ALONE

                  IN CHRIST ALONE


Wednesday, December 19, 2007

* Philippians 3:10

* There is a special evil that operates during this Dispensation that offers to unbelievers and out of synch. believer's a form of Godliness without the power of the Glorious Three. Combined with this special evil is Satan's atmospherics.

* As we are growing in Grace and the Special Knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, we will not initially have the desire to push the application button but as we recalibrate and continue to plug along, GHS will begin to transform our soul and we will actually have the desire to think and recall the Doctrine and push the application button. This is the work of God in us.

* God the Holy Spirit does not steer us to guilt or remorse after we recalibrate. Guilt and remorse are sins. This is our works. This is human viewpoint. GHS steers us to the Divine point of view which is to recalibrate sins, isolate them, forget them and move on.

* Church Age Mystery Doctrines are not found in the Old Testament. We live in a unique Dispensation. This present Dispensation is wholly unrelated to past and future Dispensations. This is a very distinctive Dispensation according to a brand new Divine Purpose. We have a unique relationship with the Glorious Three. Attendant with this unique relationship is a brand new system of thinking.

* We begin developing desires and motivation the moment we pop out of the womb and they only get more intense as we age. But we are God's Heavenly Aristocracy. What about His desires for us? We belong to Him; we are not our own.

* After recalibration, GHS steers us to Christ, not to guilt, remorse or sorrow. These mental attitude sins may make us "feel" better but in reality it intensifies the problem and manufactures (mfg.'s) more of them. We must now recalibrate the guilt, remorse and sorrow.

* Rom. 8:11, I Pet. 3:18

* The bad news is we are born physically alive and spiritually dead to God and we are sinners. The good news is, though we were dead in trespasses and sins, Christ died for us. He who knew no sin was made sin for us, that we might become the Righteousness of God in Him.

* God's plan calls for us to live one day at a time. We can't jump ahead. We must keep plugging and remain recalibrating, integrating and pm'ing believer's.