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Dare 8R3...is not jealous

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I will always be my wife’s biggest supporter, in prayer and in her daily life.

 

I have been studying Ephesians 5, I find in myself a desire to live the words,

 

 I see myself as a saved Ephesian and coming out of that death into Gods life that Jesus imparts to us through His Holy Spirit. Self application of the word is the only way to truly understand the bible. I was the dirtiest most vile and broken human, wallowing in my own destruction, seeking every vain thing and drinking the cup of God’s judgment. When He stepped in and caught me up by the scruff of the neck and scrapped the caked filth off of my mortal frame….and as if that was not enough he set me in his class room and fed me all manor of good things and taught me about his love. I am truly thankful for his perfect grace and forgiveness.

 

I think all of us need to apply the scriptures to our selves before pointing any fingers of applying them to another’s life.  

  • I thought I was the worst person. I feel like Paul in that I thought the things I was doing were helping my family but I was actually hurting them and all around me. I was brought from the pit of destruction. That's the wonderful thing about God's grace. When we ask for it, it is ours. Free. Paid by the blood of Jesus Christ.

  • 1 Corinthians 6:9-10 outlines this whole list of sinful behavior - everything from sexual sin to just being greedy.  But then comes verse 11!!!!  "And that is what some of you were once like. But you were cleansed, you were made holy, you were made right with God by calling on the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and by the spirit of our God."  Thanks be to Him for forgiving our mistakes and remembering them no more.

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