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The genius of God in the angelic conflict manifesting His grace. Part 27.

Tuesday, November 19, 2002

Anything God does results in His glorification.

God does not depend on us for His pleasure or His glory.

God does not depend on us for His pleasure and glory but instead He expresses His pleasure and glory toward us.

Because God is to be glorified, you and I are to be the recipients of His blessings and divine provisions.

God is not glorified by our system of human works but is glorified by meeting our every need.

ISA 26:15 Thou hast increased the nation, O Lord, Thou hast increased the nation, Thou art glorified;

ISA 60:21 Then all your people will be righteous; They will possess the land forever, The branch of My planting, The work of My hands, That I may be glorified.

PSA 50:15 And call upon Me in the day of trouble; I shall rescue you, and you will glorify Me.

JOB 36:11 If they hear and serve Him, They shall end their days in prosperity, And their years in pleasures.

Nothing about your Christian service, sacrifice, or works. All that is wood, hay, and stubble; it will all be burned at the Judgment Seat of Christ, 1CO 3:11-15.

The only Christian service and production that counts is the production that results from perception of doctrine.

Christian service and Christian works are not the means of attaining spiritual maturity or of glorifying God.

Spiritual growth is not measured in works; spiritual growth is measured in momentum.

That production will be gold, silver, and precious stones and it will be rewardable at the Judgment Seat of Christ.

a. Reception of Bible doctrine is the #1 priority.

b. Retention = metabolization of Bible doctrine, so that epignosis doctrine in the right lobe is the basis of momentum in the PPOG.

c. Recall = the concept of wisdom; the application of doctrine.

1. The baptism of the Holy Spirit.

2. The dispensation of the unique PPOG.

3. Unique equality in the PPOG.

4. The unique portfolio of invisible assets.

5. Two unique royal commissions for every Church-age believer.

6. The doctrine of the Church-age is the unique mystery doctrine.

7. The body of the Church-age believer is indwelt by each person of the Trinity.

8. The unique availability of divine power.

9. The age of no prophecy.

10. The Church-age is the dispensation of invisible heroes.

Robert R. McLaughlin All Rights Reserved 2002

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