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It is God's grace being manifested that brings glory to Him in the angelic conflict. Part 25.

Friday, November 8, 2002

When the elect and fallen angels see these people who are weak and yet who utilize the power of God in great times of pressure, that is what the angels consider to be awesome.

JER 4:22

JER 10:21

JER 6:13

EZE 34:2

The moment that the pastor wants to be well-known rather than know well the scriptures, hes done.

JOH 12:42 Nevertheless many even of the rulers believed in Him, but because of the Pharisees they were not confessing {Him,} lest they should be put out of the synagogue;

JOH 12:43 for they loved the approval of men rather than the approval of God.

Satans whole effort is directed toward misdirecting you away from it and dislocating pastors dispensationally to mislead congregations thoroughly.

In order to understand Gods grace to the maximum, they have to study the objects of maximum grace, and that is fallen, depraved, unworthy, spiritually dead members of the human race.

When angels observe us as totally depraved and totally undeserving anything from God and then see a perfectly constructed plan directed toward imperfect man - it brings glory to God.

It is His grace being manifested to us that brings glory to Him in the angelic conflict, and that is why there is such an attack upon the grace of God.

God has chosen the weakest of all creatures, mankind, to resolve the angelic conflict in the most magnificent realm, the glorification of God.

In choosing the plan of God at salvation through faith in Christ, regenerate mankind becomes positionally superior to angels through the baptism of the Spirit and resultant positional sanctification.

This not only makes us royal family of God, but also a new spiritual species, making it possible for the first time in history for all believers to live the unique spiritual life of freedom instead of an independent life of slavery.

That is when Jesus Christ received His third royal warrant or title, the King of kings and the Lord of lords, and that is when the angelic conflict shifted gears into its intensified stage.

Our Lord became the victor of the angelic conflict as an inferior creature to angels, a member of the human race.

God could not say this to deity, and He never said this to an angel; He said this to the humanity of Christ, making the humanity of Christ superior to angels.

EPH 2:6 - God the Father raised us up with Him, and seated us with Him in the heavenly places, in Christ Jesus,

We cannot take advantage of our position now on earth unless we live in the PPOG designed for us in eternity past by God the Father.

Robert R. McLaughlin All Rights Reserved 2002

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