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God is calling you into the GREATER life! 1. Peter through OBEDIENCE dropped his nets again, then left behind the lesser life. Lk 5. 2. Elisha through sacrifice and FAITH burned his plow, leaving behind the lesser life. 1 Kings 19. 3. The army added ACTION to their faith by digging ditches and God provided the miracle. 2 Kings 3. 4. The poor widow set the MEASUREMENT of Gods blessing by the amount of vessels (opportunities) that she offered to God to fill. 2 Kings 4. Choose to live the GREATER life God is calling you into!!
How does on enjoy the fulness of ongoing fellowship with Lord? Psalm 15 provides an answer to this question. Most likely written to Israelites who had already entered into a right relationship with the Lord by grace through faith in the provision God had made, Psalm 15 explains that how we live affects our fellowship with the Lord. In short, sin impedes our fellowship with a holy God. For, the Lord has set forth clear expectations for His people in His Word. Psalm 15 provides a checklist of sorts regarding ten characteristics of one who is truly walking with the Lord, especially with respect to one's relationships with other people. So, enjoy fellowship with the Lord. Use Scriptures like Psalm 15 as the basis for self-evaluation, confess your sin to the Lord where you fall short, and pursue spiritual growth by God grace. When you do these things, you will find that you are increasingly enjoying the fellowship with the Lord that you desire.
Faith that Jesus Christ is the Son of God is not blind faith, but reasonably based on the evidence of history and the testimony of God.
Faith in Jesus Christ is how God’s children overcome the world and obey with joy.
We wait for God to go before us, and then we follow in obedience.
John introduces this book, he gives us three truths that can change our lives.
When we love with a godly love, we know God abides within us.
God loves not because of who we are but because of who He is; God’s children are called to the same kind of love.
Jesus wants us to prioritize Him by not idolizing our families.