As believers, how can we live Christian life full of the reality of Christ's divinity,humanity, death and resurrection? The key is learning to apply the compound Spirit revealed in Exo 30:23-25. Here is is help to learn the secret....at holdingtotruth.com
From John 7:37-39 we can see how to experience and enjoy Christ as the thirst-quenching river of living water out from our innermost being. It is by Christ becoming the life-giving Spirit in His resurrection (1 Cor. 15:45). As such a One, Christ can enter into our human spirit to indwell us and make our spirit life (Rom. 8:10). This becomes the inner source, of supply to live the Christian life.
As believers, do we realize all that the birth of Jesus means to us. It's much more than an event of history. It's a reality for us to appreciate, experience and enjoy.and share with others.
Christ is spacious and unsearchably rich, but how much of this vast Christ do we see, experience and enjoy in our daily life? May the Lord enlighten the eyes of our heart to see such a Christ as the all-inclusive One and strengthen us in our spirit to apprehend with all the saints His vast dimensions!
As believers in Christ, it's easy to get unbalanced. We may come to the Lord for grace, yet forget that His grace is "to me, for you" (Eph. 3:2). We may also try to go to others to meet their needs while neglecting our basic need to come to the Lord that He may grow in us and fill us. We need both to be a normal believer.
As believers in Christ we appreciate the Christ presented in the four gospels. But do we realize that there is also a fifth gospel, Paul's gospel? It is contained in his epistles especially the book of Romans. Paul's gospel is the gospel of completion. It completes what was revealed in the four gospels, giving us the application and goal. In this post we introduce some of the awesome contents of this fifth gospel so that we'll be inspired to get into them and enjoy their depths.
As believers in Christ we have two principles we can live by, the principle of life or the principle of right and wrong. It is just like the two trees before Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, the tree of life or the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. But now these two sources are both within us. In this post I share my own story of discovering this higher principle to live by--the principle of life. I hope you'll also make this same discovery and choose life.
As believers in Christ we may take the resurrection of Christ for granted considering it merely an event or doctrine of our Christian faith. However, the great truth of resurrection is absolutely vital to our Christian life and should be something we experience and enjoy every day. This post will help you to appreciate Christ's resurrection much more and hopefully lead you to enjoy the reality of resurrection every day. #resurrection
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Once we've received the Lord Jesus, we begin a life-long journey, a course that we must run faithfully until we meet the Lord. The speed at which we progress on this course, depends on the cooperation that we render to the Lord Jesus. Our consecration to Him is both the gate we must enter and the pathway we must walk so that we may grow in Christ in order to reach our goal. But what is consecration? And how can we experience it?
Whether in your personal life, marriage life, or family life, you need wisdom as your way to face every situation. God's word promises in 1 Cor. 1:30 that God has made Christ wisdom to us, but how can you apply Him in all your practical living? This post gives practical help.
Are you looking for motivation to spend time daily in His Word? Or maybe you're well aware of what is in the bible and don't understand why other people are always reading it? I'll share just 10 reasons to read your bible every day.
Realizing who we are according to God's intention in the Bible can make great change in our life. In God's sight, the believers in Christ, are "the called saints." But what did Paul have in mind when he addressed the believers in Christ as "saints"? In this post we consider what it means to be "saints" and how we can apply it to our Christian lives today.
As believers, we encounter many problems in both our personal Christian life and our corporate church life. How can we face these problems? This post not only presents God's solution to these problems but gives a practical way to apply His solution in our daily life. http://buff.ly/1Sc8DEG