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No Condemnation (2)

Luke 17:21 proves that the Kingdom of Jehovah is indeed a Personage – the Lord Jesus Christ. Amen. Christian spiritual rejuvenation brings the divine presence of Jesus into our lives, making us carriers of the Divinity. The Divinity is eternal; therefore, His spiritual presence is equally of eternality. Dwelling inside humanity definitely changes the corruptible sinfulness of the born again and eternally places him in Christ, the Kingdom of God. Can anyone condemn God’s chosen place of His dwelling: for that is what the Christian becomes? No condemnation to the chosen generation. A certain judgment is awaiting intelligent creatures for falling into sin, but those who heeded and obeyed the teaching of the Logos have been moved from the course of the eternal torments of Gehenna. They are eternally saved. Providential gift of Jesus was to pave an availability of life-giving operation to the heart of willingness. The birth of Jesus was to set operation-grace in motion. It pleases the Father to give eternal salvation to as many as will come to Jesus and be healed. Immediately on man's acceptance of Jesus as Lord and Savour, a total package of salvation is the result.Read More


‘Be’ of the 12th verse is an interesting einai (ei`-nai). It means ‘to exist.’ It is not of becoming; it is a being that is galvanized by God’s own life. It comes from eime, the AM part of I AM i.e. Jehovah. You are divinely covered in safety. Your existence is ensured by God’s effective safe-keeping. Amen. The word ‘trusted’ of verse 12 proelpizo (pro-el-pid'-zo), is ‘to hope in advance of other confirmation.’ Your faith in Jesus saved you. You believed the gospel, with no strings attached, and were saved. In verse 13, we have ‘believed’ pisteuo (pist-yoo'-o). This word is defined as: ‘1. to have faith (in, upon, or with respect to, a person or thing), i.e. credit 2. (by implication) to entrust (especially one's spiritual well-being to Christ).’Read More


Is God security conscious? Yes, and 2Corinthians 1:21-22 sums up God’s security alertness, which reads, “Now he which stablisheth us with you in Christ, and hath anointed us, is God; [22] Who hath also sealed us, and given the earnest of the Spirit in our hearts.” Stablisheth comes from bebaioō (beb-ah-yo’-o): ‘to make firm, establish,...Read More