The Doctrine of Supergrace. Part 3.

Friday, May 18, 2007

The Doctrine of Supergrace.
The General Definition of Grace.

Categories of Grace.
a. Saving grace, EPH 2:8-9.
b. Logistical grace, MAT 6:25-33.
c. Supergrace is the tactical victory of the angelic conflict, or spiritual maturity, JAM 4:6.
d. Ultra-supergrace is the sphere of the angelic conflict between the unfairness of the devil’s world and the total fairness of God to mature believers, whom God places under maximum testing and pressure, 2TI 2:10; 3:11-12.

Beyond super-grace is even a higher plane whereby you still have all of the blessings that you had in super-grace but they are completely surrounded by suffering, pressure, and adversity which intensifies these blessings.

e. Dying grace is the greatest blessing for passing from time to eternity, PHI 1:21.
f. Surpassing grace = the blessing, awards, and decorations for the mature believer for all eternity, EPH 2:7.

Supergrace and ultra-supergrace are both related to the power of God, EPH 1:19.

Supergrace and ultra-supergrace are described as pursuing grace,
PSA 23:5c-6; EPH 1:6.

PSA 23:5c-6 My cup overflows [with blessing]. Surely divine good and grace will pursue me all the days of my life, And I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever.

ACT 13:22 “I have found David the son of Jesse, a man after My heart, who will do all My will.”

But when a person is in reversionism his life is an intensified compound of misery piled upon misery until he dies the sin unto death.

This doesn’t mean he was perfect; supergrace and ultra-supergrace believers sin too,
1JO 1:8;10.

The blessings of each, supergrace and ultra-supergrace, are beyond human imagination,
EPH 3:20-21.

1TI 1:14 and the grace of our Lord has super-abounded with doctrine and love which is in Christ Jesus.

Supergrace is the highest adult stage of the spiritual life in the Royal Family of God. Supergrace is maximum glorification of Jesus Christ complementing His strategic victory of the angelic conflict with the believer’s tactical victory.

Supergrace is the status of spiritual maturity while ultra-supergrace is maximum growth and blessing attended by maximum suffering, which only intensifies the blessing.

Supergrace is where the normal function of the royal priesthood and the production of divine good begins.

Synonyms for Supergrace.

a. The theological one - “greater grace” -
[meizona charin] JAM 4:6.
b. Chakmah = wisdom - Bible doctrine in the soul [Greek - epignosis].
c. A priestly synonym: “the altar of the soul,” HEB 13:10.

HEB 13:10 We [the royal priesthood] have an altar, from which those who serve the tabernacle have no authorization to eat.

d. Building: “the edification complex of the soul,” EPH 4:12,16.
e. A sanctification synonym: eusebeia - “godliness” = to live the spiritual life; 1TI 6:3-6; 2TI 3:12; 2PE 1:3.
f. A chemical synonym: “salt,” MAT 5:13.
g. Crucifixion synonym: “take up your cross” - MAT 10:38; MAR 8:34; LUK 9:23; LUK 14:27.

h. Military synonyms: “put on the full armor of God,”
EPH 6:11-18; “running the race with endurance,” “following the colors to the high ground,”
HEB 12:1-2; or “establishing a command post of the soul,” COL 2:5-8.

i. A central control system called inner strength: “the inner rule or dictator of the soul,” EPH 6:10 From now on, keep on becoming strong by means of the Lord, and in the strength of His might or inner rule.

Blessings of Supergrace.
a. Spiritual blessings.

Sharing the perfect happiness of God - occupation with Christ is maximum category one love which is intensified in supergrace and ultra-supergrace.

The supergrace believer also has great capacity for life, love, happiness, blessing, and total appreciation for grace; all of these are intensified in supergrace.

There is the tremendous ability to face undeserved suffering in life without any complaining at all.

Under spiritual blessings, the supergrace believer also has the ability to correctly interpret contemporary history, to evaluate current events in the light of the Word of God.

He has freedom from slavery to the circumstances of life and adaptability to changing circumstances.

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