ENJOYING VICTORY OVER SIN (Part 1)

ENJOYING VICTORY OVER SIN (Part 1)

You will never experience or enjoy true victory over sin if your mind, focus, or attention is primarily on overcoming or stopping the actions or manifestations of sin, rather than on getting rid of the source of sin in you. Until the root of sin in your heart is uprooted, your fight or struggle against the fruits of sin in your life is totally useless and ineffective.

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RECOGNIZING GOD’S VOICE

RECOGNIZING GOD’S VOICE

It is God’s desire and delight to have a personal, intimate, and unique relationship with every one of His children. This kind of intimate relationship is not possible without an effective and continuous communication. Hearing God’s voice is not a special gift exclusively reserved for a special class of believers. Every born again believer has a divine inherent capacity to hear, discern, recognize or know God’s voice.

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WEANING YOUR SOUL

WEANING YOUR SOUL

As an unweaned child remains attached to her mother so does an unweaned soul remains attached to its sinful passions and patterns. An unweaned soul is always agitated, troubled, fretful, fearful, doubting, anxious, worried and impatient. Many believers today are not enjoying their Christian life because they have failed to wean their souls from its former attachments.

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CONFRONT & OVERCOME YOUR FEAR

CONFRONT & OVERCOME YOUR FEAR

Your victory over fear starts with you understanding or acknowledging that fear is a disobedience to God’s command that you should not fear. God commands: “Fear not, for I have redeemed you; I have called you by your name; you are Mine.” (Isa. 43:1 NKJV). Any of your actions that is not borne out of faith is a sin in God’s sight; “for whatever is not from faith is sin.” (Rom. 14:23 NKJV).

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YOUR SPIRITUAL SERVICE TO GOD

YOUR SPIRITUAL SERVICE TO GOD

As a born-again believer, your love, obedience, worship or service to the Lord Jesus should no longer be a mere religious obligation or duty, but a loving, grateful or thankful response to the pure, selfless, and unconditional love which Jesus Christ demonstrated towards you by willingly offering Himself as an atoning sacrifice for your sins on the cross.

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APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING UNDER JESUS

APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING UNDER JESUS

Disciples of Jesus are not just His students; they are His apprentices. The idea of a student is only theoretical. But, the idea of an apprentice is something quite practical. When Jesus chose twelve ordinary people to be with Him, what He intended was not for them to be mere students but apprentices, not to be merely theoretical, but to be very practical. The Greek word “mathetes” for “disciple” in the New Testament means “a learner or a pupil.” But in Aramaic, the word “disciple” does not mean a student, but an apprentice.

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