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Our common salvation...

Discussion in 'Christian Spirituality Forum' started by Not me, Feb 23, 2021.

  1. Not me

    Not me Well-Known Member

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    Our common salvation;

    Is common to all because God has made the same access to Him by faith for all... For no one person has an easier access to Him then another... For it is by the faith of the heart turned towards Him, and to the degree the faith of the heart turns towards Him does one have interaction with Him... For believing in the heart that when Jesus died, one died, and when Jesus was raised to newness of life, one too was raised with Him to walk in newness of life, is common to all who’s hearts would embrace it...

    For this newness of life is the ministry of the Spirit to all... Meaning that it is the Spirit who ministers this new life to all... Which will be in accordance to one’s heart’s ability to receive such a growth of the new life...

    For our salvation is the Life of Christ being brought to life in one.. For to the degree this Life is allowed to, and then brought to life in one, to that degree has one been conformed into His image... And through this image is His testimony shown to all... For as this new life grows in one, so does too His image grow, this is He that is written in the heart...

    For the outward life must be given over to death to have His image grown in one... For when one sees that through their death on the cross with Christ they have been freed from the outward, the inward is then free to grow... The outward remains the outward but one has been freed from it so it no longer has the mastery over one... Now is the faith of the heart free to turn itself to Christ, seeing that by death has it been freed from this life to be joined to another...

    For this statement is true;

    ‘To the degree one sees their sickness, to that degree will they embrace the cure’....

    Be blessed all in embracing the cure...

    A fellow servant of His, Not me
     
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