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The difference between reparation and restoration, Num 3.

Friday, November 9, 2012

Remember we are still noting the correlation between the Old testament
spiritual life of the Jews with the spiritual life of the New Testament
believer.

The Sheep Gate;
The Fish Gate;
The Old Gate;

Restoration is what God does for man where as reparation is what man does for
man.

Harm to others is the feature which requires that reparation had to be
performed.

ka-ko-pa-qew.
Paqew means to suffer;
kako means evil, but it comes to mean
“endure afflictions”.
It means to suffer adversity.

God wants to show the supergrace believer how He can bless him in the
greatest pressures of life.

The reversionist express himself verbally by criticism, slander, maligning,
gossip, operation strap-on, operation over-think.

When you get to supergrace you will have periods of adversity and you will
have the opportunity of expressing your happiness in adversity through
prayer.

The concept: a growing believer or a supergrace believer can pray for
himself.

He can be under maximum pressure and offer for himself the proper prayer at
the proper time.

There are other doctrines which are mentioned in this passage but what I
wanted you to see is that adult spiritual believers can work together for the
same cause and goals as in Nehemiah.

PHI 1:15 “Certain ones, on the one hand, are proclaiming the Christ even
from jealousy and strife or discord, but certain ones on the other hand
because of good motivation”

PHI 1:16 the latter category out of the motivation of love, fully convinced
that I am appointed for the defense of the good news;

PHI 1:17 the former category from the motivation of divisive self-promotion
proclaim Christ, not from pure motives, since they presume to arouse mental
distress with regard to my imprisonment.

PHI 1:18 What is my conclusion? Only that in every way, whether in false
motivation or in true, Christ is being proclaimed; and in this I am happy, not
only at this time, but I will continue being happy.

PHI 2:1 Since therefore there is encouragement in Christ, since there
is comfort from virtue-love, since there is fellowship of the Spirit, since
there is tendernesses and compassions,

PHI 2:2 Bring to completion my inner happiness [in your life] by thinking
the same things, maintaining the same virtue-love, united in soul,
concentrating on the same objective.

PHI 2:3 Do nothing motivated by contentiousness or ambitious pride, but with
humility of mind [by means of grace orientation] let each of you keep on
considering one another as more important than himself;

PHI 2:4 do not merely be regarding your own personal interests, but also for
the personal interests of others.

PHI 2:5 “Keep on thinking this [doctrine] within yourselves which was also
resident in Christ Jesus,”

PHI 2:6 who, although He preexisted in the essence of God, did not think
equality with God a gain to be seized,

PHI 2:7 “but He deprived Himself of the proper function of deity when He had
received the form of a servant and was born in the likeness of men.”

PHI 2:8 In fact, although having being discovered in outward appearance as a
man, He humbled Himself by becoming obedient to the point of spiritual death,
that is the death of the cross.

PHI 2:9 Therefore also the God has highly exalted Him to the maximum, and
bestowed on Him the name or rank which is above every name,

PHI 2:11 and that every tongue should acknowledge that Jesus Christ is Lord,
resulting in the glory of God the Father.

1. One is going to have adversity, he is going to suffer, but he is going to have happiness in suffering +H;

2. Then we are going to see another in prosperity.

Supergrace means he has happiness regardless of circumstances.

“Is any among you afflicted?” is the present active indicative of kakopaqew.
Paqew means to suffer; kako means evil, but it comes to mean “endure
afflictions”

JAM 5:12 But above all, my brethren, do not swear, either by heaven or by
earth or with any other oath; but let your yes be yes, and your no, no; so
that you may not fall under judgment.

JAM 5:14 Is anyone among you sick? Let him call for the elders of the church,
and let them pray over him, anointing him with oil in the name of the Lord;

The word “any” is an enclitic indefinite pronoun tis and it is used for a
category.

This is great adversity; “keep offering prayer” the present middle
imperative of proseuxomai, “keep offering prayer.”

The present tense is a customary present, it is used to denote that which
habitually occurs;
and it can also be an iterative present used to describe what recurs at
successive intervals.

God wants to show the supergrace believer how He can bless him in the
greatest pressures of life.

The reversionist express himself verbally by criticism, slander, maligning,
gossip, operation strap-on, operation over-think; now we seen the overt
expression of happiness in adversity “keep offering prayer.”

When you get to supergrace you will have periods of adversity and you will
have the opportunity of expressing your happiness in adversity through prayer

Prayers which indicate thankfulness, which express blessing, which recognize
that this belongs to the Lord [“Casting all your cares on Him”], various types
of prayer.

The concept: a growing believer or a supergrace believer can pray for
capacity of his priesthood and capacity of priesthood in the supergrace life indicates the fact he can be under
maximum pressure and offer for himself the proper prayer at the proper time.

1. Emphasis on people rather than on Bible doctrine, especially the mystery
doctrine of the Church Age, has destroyed unity among members of the royal
family of God, the body of Christ.

Unity is defined in five different ways.

a. The status of being combined with others to form a greater whole.

The status of being harmonious with other members of the
royal family of God.

c. The state of being complete, which means a maximum number of believers execute the protocol plan of God and become invisible heroes.

A maximum amount of invisible heroes in the pivot not only changes the
nation, but it also provides a tremendous amount of toleration among
believers.

d. Complete accord among believers regarding divine viewpoint in the mystery
doctrine of the Church Age.

The two great enemies of unity among the members of the body of Christ which
always bring fragmentation are ignorance of doctrine and life in the arrogance complex.

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