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The State of Grace For Genuine Oneness


December 12, 2015 Saturday
Ephesians 2:
Introduction: 0 to 12:25
Main Message: 12.25 to 107.32

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December 7, 2015 Monday
Ephesians 2:

The enmity from the beginning was self-sufficiency and independence from God in performance on the one hand such as in the case of Israel keeping ordinances and on the other self-worship in self-indulgence. This brings an enmity towards God and also towards each other as seen in the Jews and the Gentiles. From the time of Adam and Eve there was always a remnant that entered the genuine fear of God that brought the recognition of the greatness of God mercy that brought the response of faith to salvation in the recognition of God as the source of their forgiveness. This meant that the remnant kept the ordinances in the commandments not out of self-trust in their righteousness but out of reciprocating relationship with God. Nevertheless the main focus before Christ became the keeping of the law out of mere self-sufficiency of performance which was broken in many by the manifestation of God in the flesh as a perfect atoning sacrifice in Jesus Christ.


December 8, 2015 Tuesday
2nd Kings 10:

It is possible to be unsparing of compromise in your relationships with others and yet in the end not be unsparing of compromise in ones own life.


December 9, 2015 Wednesday
Deuteronomy 4:

The secret to obeying the Word of God is to cleave to the LORD and to take heed to ourselves and keep our hearts diligently which also involves hearing the word of God so that we learn to fear the LORD GOD.

Def: (verse 4) cleave

H1695 דָּבֵק dabeq (daw-bake’) adj.

1. adhering

[from H1692]

KJV: cleave, joining, stick closer.

Root(s): H1692

H1692 דָּבַק dabaq (daw-bak’) v.

1. (properly) to impinge, i.e. cling or adhere

2. (figuratively) to catch by pursuit

[a primitive root]

KJV: abide fast, cleave (fast together), follow close (hard after), be joined (together), keep (fast), overtake, pursue hard, stick, take.

Strong’s #1692: AHLB#2092 (V)

202092) Qbd% (Qbd% DBQ) ac: Adhere co: Fastener ab: ?

V) Qbd% (Qbd% D-BQ) — Adhere: To join or stick to someone or something. [Hebrew and Aramaic] [freq. 55] (vf: Paal, Hiphil, Hophal, Pual) |kjv: cleave, follow, overtake, stick, keep, abide, close, join, pursue| {H1692, H1693}

Nm) Qbd% (Qbd% D-BQ) — Fastener: What joins together. [freq. 6] |kjv: joint, soldering, cleave, join, stick| {H1694, H1695}

December 10, 2015 Thursday
Luke 16:

Many can be deceived that they are saved and acceptable to God because of their religious attendance and dedication. In the end the word of God to every letter will be fulfilled and will not fail to expose who is their true Master, the material cares of this life or God. The evidence of who is their true Master is where they are putting their time and energy such as in helping those that are in need about them that have been brought before them in their life. Christ gives the example of many that justify committing adultery and of those that are wealthy by neglecting the needy and the kingdom of God.


December 12, 2015 Saturday
Luke 10:

When you know God has commissioned you to do a specific ministry of the gospel do not allow anyone or anything to engage and distract you on your way to perform that task. God has given unto his servants that He has clearly commissioned and sent power to tread on serpents and over all the power of the enemy and to protect them from all harm.

We should be rejoicing not in the power of God in our lives that causes the spirits to be subject to us but that are names are written in heaven. This brings humility to allow God’s power to continue in our lives by defeating pride which removes it. God reveals the kingdom to those that are humble as children. In fact the Son will even reveal the Father unto such.

The evidence that we love God with our whole being and life is evident in a life that demonstrates God’s love to those in need in our daily life. This means giving up things that seem so important but are temporal including our comfortable religious obligations and duties and even tasks to serve others such as administration of food to a gathering for spiritual purposes.

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