Looking Inward & Outward (with the goggle of Faith) – Part 2

Posted: February 20, 2018 in Looking inward and outward (with the google of faith)

1.   For a believer to live in these days and hear the words of eternal life- and yet not end up inheriting this life, is a disappointment not just to creation but to the cloud of witnesses, to glorious angels and to the Godhead (Jn. 6:68, Acts 13:48, Rom. 8:19, Heb 12: 1-2).

2.   One way the heart of Jesus outpaced His hands while at work was while labouring for the meat that endures unto everlasting life; while receiving downloads of the revelations of God’s righteousness that fashioned him to become the Christ.

3.   Athletes don’t feel faint or weary until they embark on a marathon race. So it is the day we attempt to cover uncovered miles in the Spirit. Our lack of Divine Power (the Faith of the Son of God) becomes evident, and our need for increased strength (the knowledge of God) becomes apparent (Isa. 40:29-31, Col. 1:9-11).

4.   Everyone under the influence of this world has something in common: they always seek to be better off than others and find fulfillment in having an edge over others; and the only cure to that lustful nature is in the preaching of the cross of Christ (2Cor. 10:12, 1Cor. 1:18).

5.   A believer whose hope is to inherit God or to become a people of God, or to become a son of God, is safer and healthier than every other believer whose hope is inferior to this.

6.  One of the essence of revelation knowledge is to prepare us to entertain the dealings or leading of the Spirit that would humble us, crumble our strength, make us meek, change our judgment and grant us access to strictly live by Christ’s Grace.

7. The world is anointed to ensure that, as long as a believer- with his youthful strength- doesn’t hear and keep the actual word of Faith that should build Christ in his soul, he would end up attempting to religiously do so with his old bones (Isa. 55:2-3, Rom. 10:8, Acts 20:32).

8.    A season where we can’t discern God’s expectation for our lives is a potentially wasted season, and one of the prescriptions for this is to meditate on the epistles day and night.

9.   Jesus didn’t come to abolish suffering; He came to perfect it – by showcasing how believing believers can employ it to come into Grace, live more supernatually, so we can end in Glory; even God.

10.    When you check a man’s conversation daily, weekly, monthly, yearly – and it doesn’t offend the Faith Life authored by Christ, or it aligns with the walk of Jesus from Jerusalem to Jordan (Lk. 2:42-4:1), then the righteousness (of faith) has succeeded in bringing such a soul to life and peace – into his priesthood. (Mal. 2:5, Rom. 8:6, 2Pet. 2:5d).

Regards,

Tayo Fasan
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