Grace Bible Church
Pastor Teacher
Robert R. McLaughlin
Friday, November 7, 2014

The Royal Family honor code as it relates to the doctrine of Election.

As a believer‑priest, you cannot fulfill your election and the PPOG by advancing to spiritual maturity on someone else’s thinking, motivation, decisions, actions, advice, counseling, emotion, or even their leadership.

1. Salvation 2. Right man-right woman 3. Right P-T, Right congregation

The point is that you can only grow in 2PE 3:18, and advance to spiritual maturity on your own.

Prin-God will not permit anyone to take His place in judging or evaluating other believers.

The concept in this passage concerning the elect is a challenge in the field of judging.

Get use to the fact that people will judge your life, your motivation, your decision making, and all the way to criticizing your personality.

Under the privacy of your priesthood, you must be able to define your life in terms of the PPOG, which means you must learn the technical language and vocabulary.

The royal priest’s self‑improvement is based on the function of perception of doctrine, not upon the advice and counsel of others.

No believer can think, apply doctrine, or solve problems through the mind or the personality of another Christian.

The privacy of your priesthood permits the function of both your positive volition toward doctrine plus the right to metabolize and apply that doctrine to your own experience.

The only human dependence of the royal priesthood is the divine provision of your very own pastor‑teacher, and consistent positive volition under his teaching ministry.

Your pastor should not bully you or intrude upon your privacy (unless, of course, you intrude on someone else’s privacy).

Faithful Bible teaching from your right pastor demands your faith perception, metabolization, and application of that teaching to your own life as a royal priest.

Prin-Life in the PPOG is not only spiritual freedom under the filling of the Spirit, but spiritual independence within the framework of your royal priesthood.

The first stage of spiritual adulthood is spiritual self‑esteem, which is when you know how to do it on your own, and you no longer feel threatened by all the things in life that cause fear, worry, and anxiety.

a. Rebound as the basic technique for the recovery of fellowship.
b.  A consistent prayer life.
c.  Perception, metabolization, and application of doctrine to your own experience.
d.  Worship.
e.  The sacrifices of life, such as praise, which is your   doctrinal momentum resulting in spiritual adulthood    and the manner of operating of virtue-love.
f.  Divine viewpoint mental attitude from metabolized        doctrine.
g.  Self‑motivation from metabolized doctrine.
If you depend on them, then you are borrowing from their inspiration and motivation.
Your priesthood demands that you live your own life as unto the Lord and take the responsibility for your own decisions.

MAT 7:1‑3 “Judge not, or you too will be judged, for in the same way you judge others you will be judged.  And with the measure you use, it will be measured back to you again.”

God will not permit anyone to take His place in judging or evaluating other believers.

People will judge your life, your motivation, your decision making, and all the way to criticizing your personality.

The most incredible thing is that he uses other believers and even other pastors to do so.

The point here is that we are under surveillance by a super-natural system of demon investigators.

According to EPH 6:12, Satan has demon investigators who constantly keep track of all believers to accuse them before the throne, REV 12:9-10.

a. The defense system against the accusations and the judging of Satan.
b. The truth that every believer must live his life as unto the Lord.

1. Some system of personality imitation 2. Some system of asceticism 3) Some system emotional activity 4) Some system of program spirituality

The first stage of spiritual adulthood is spiritual self‑esteem, which is when you know how to do it, if you desire to do so that is,  but if you truly desire to do so by yourself, and no longer feel threatened by all the things in life that cause fear, worry, and anxiety.

Prin-God will not permit anyone to take His place in judging or evaluating other believers.

The concept is a challenge in the field of judging.

People will judge your life, your motivation, your decision making, and all the way to criticizing your personality.

Under the privacy of your priesthood, you must be able to define your life in terms of the PPOG, which means you must learn the technical language and vocabulary.

The royal priest’s self‑improvement is based on the function of perception of doctrine, not upon the advice and counsel of others.

No believer can think, apply doctrine, or solve problems through the mind or the personality of another Christian.

The privacy of your priesthood permits the function of both your positive volition toward doctrine plus the right to metabolize and apply that doctrine to your own experience.

The only human dependence of the royal priesthood is the divine provision of your very own pastor‑teacher, and consistent positive volition under his teaching ministry

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