Robert McLaughlin Bible Ministries
Adjustment to the justice of God, Part 4. The third adjustment is much more involved, complex and intricate.
Wednesday, February 27, 2002
Instant adjustment to the justice of God takes place at salvation and every time we are out of fellowship and name our sins to God, 1JO 1:9.
The third adjustment is much more involved and takes time because it is complex and intricate.
The believer who has adjusted to the justice of God after salvation and understands rebound learns to accept that the divine solution is the only solution in life, 2CO 12:7-10.
ROM 4:20 yet, with respect to the promise of God, he did not waver in unbelief, but grew strong in faith, giving glory to God,
Moses was trying to do things his own way and even he, as great as he was, had difficulties in adjusting to the justice of God and the timing of God, ACT 7:22-29.
Circumcision is related to the adjustment to the justice of God.
You cannot serve the Lord without adjusting to the justice of God, manifested by your obedience to His plan or doing the right thing in the right way.
The case of Moses - a failure to perpetuate the true concept of circumcision; to perpetuate the relationship between the new race of the Jews and the new nation about to be born.
Failure to adjust to the justice of God in the matter of circumcision caused the supreme court judge, Jesus Christ, to bring justice to Moses in the form of the sin unto death.
Moses had learned the lesson that when God makes a promise, it does not depend on man or upon the power of man.
She had to purchase the life of her husband by the shedding of the blood of her son in the rite of circumcision.
ACT 7:51 “uncircumcised in heart and ears” = reversionism.
The believer who has adjusted to the justice of God realizes the importance of having true spiritual values in time, as they relate to eternity.
Moses made his decision to give up the throne of Egypt as a celebrity, not as a failure in life.
Moses made his decision at the lowest ebb of Jewish history.
Moses had to choose between Gods plan for his life and the woman he loved.
PSA 90:12 “So teach us to organize our days, That we may attain a heart of wisdom.”
Adjustment to the justice of God must be related always to divine power, never human genius, never human dynamics. Adjustment to the justice of God is what gave him the dynamics of spiritual leadership.
Turn to EXO 14:13
Fear is incompatible with adjustment to the justice of God. Fear and adjustment to the justice of God are mutually exclusive.
It is imperative that those who listen to the teaching of the word of God also have adjustment to the justice of God.
Whenever Moses taught the people, he made them stand.
The believer who has adjusted to the justice of God stands still and watches the deliverance of the Lord.
The Jews were delivered by the Lord through one mature believer who had adjusted to the justice of God.
Fear sees the problem; the believer who has adjusted to the justice of God sees the solution.
Turn to 1SA 17:26
David understood the meaning of Abrahams circumcision as a sign of adjustment to the justice of God.
Jeremiah ministered for forty years, beginning with the thirteenth year of King Josiah, 626 B.C. - 586 B.C.
Turn to JER 4:4
Jeremiah understood the true significance of circumcision as a ritual related to Bible doctrine and adjustment to the justice of God.
The foreskins of their heart = the arrogance skills, scar tissue of the soul, and reversionism.
DEU 30:6 Moreover the Lord your God will circumcise your heart and the heart of your progeny, to love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul, that you may live.
Turn to JER 6:10
The uncircumcised ear = negative volition to Bible doctrine at the point of hearing.
Turn to JER 9:25
DEU 10:16 “Therefore circumcise your heart, and stiffen your neck no more.”
a. Abrahams adjustment to the justice of God was related to the power of the faith-rest drill which he exploited to the maximum.
b. Moses adjustment to the justice of God caused him to see the divine solution while Israel could only see the problems.
c. David demonstrated that adjustment to the justice of God is constructed through the testing experience.
d. Jeremiahs adjustment to the justice of God caused him to keep teaching doctrine in spite of three generations rejecting his message.
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