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Part two of the series Perception picks up where we left off with Jesus and the Pharisees. The key to not living a religious life is intimacy. King David had a gift of knowing the Father's heart because of his intimacy with God. Listen as we discuss the importance of intimacy and producing fruit in our relationship with the Holy Spirit so we do not become complacent and religious.
Scripture: Isaiah 55:1-9; Luke 13:1-9 The truth that exists for me is only relatively to me. This world is built on the theory of relativity. It promotes self importance and inward focus, rather than seeing ourselves as part of larger, God's world. For our ways are usually not aligned with God's ways. We are not seeing the world as Christ sees the world. Repent and enter the real world.
We were not created to operate in the confines of time. Learn in this teaching what it means to see yourself as eternal.
Our understanding and perception of God may change, but Jesus is the same forever.
Those growing in godliness pray for one another as Paul prayed for the church. We should pray for spiritual progress, spiritual perception, and spiritual purity that we might have a spiritual piety.
A message of Hagar's understanding of the fact that God is a God who sees her, and over the next three messages how this applies to her life and as a consequence our lives as well!