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Many times prosperity is an open door through which we go astray.

Thursday, March 12, 2009

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.

The mature believer is the greatest innovator in time of historical disaster because he has grace orientation, freedom orientation, authority orientation, common sense, a total sense of security, whether in prosperity or disaster.

His first wife was a witch who threw her son’s foreskin at his feet and complained about his calling, EXO 4:25-26.

Technical prosperity or mental prosperity = the ability to think and concentrate increases.

This will give you a greater capacity for life and you will have a great deal of interest toward life.

Cultural prosperity = maximum enjoyment of drama, art, literature, music, history.

Establishment prosperity includes enjoyment of freedom, privacy, protection of life and property from criminals and reprisal. There is also prosperity in the area of health.

Blessings by association.

There are also geographical blessings to the supergrace believer’s city, state, and nation. Historical blessings,2TI 1:5.

They are the MAT 5:13-14 individual, the salt of the earth and the light of the world.

Undeserved suffering.  Only in time does God have the opportunity to give us pressure, disaster, and undeserved suffering to prove to Satan and the fallen angels that Bible doctrine can handle any situation.

God gives us the ability to handle suffering and turn suffering into blessing, ROM 8:28,
DEU 23:5.

Undeserved suffering is also used by God to help you keep your eyes on God and your focus on eternity, REV 2:10;
2CO 12:9-10.

Undeserved suffering also teaches us the value of Bible doctrine,
PSA 119:67-71.

He allows those who live in their flesh to afflict us to bring us back to Him.

It’s like the prodigal son seeing all who forsake him, but eventually we all ought to come back.

If we knew what was best for us, we should realize that it is just what God is doing for us.

Under the principle of acrostic psalms, this is the file which reveals that every believer has a mysterious relationship with God.

Astray-shagag = to wander away from something you already have.

Many times prosperity is an open door through which we go astray.

Charles Spurgeon -
“Why is it that a little ease works in much disease,” 2SA 11:1.

Knowledge - something we use under normal circumstances
discernment = ability to think correctly while under pressure.

PSA 119:66 teach me - piel imperative - lamadh = to learn the hard way (a goad).
Piel stem = learning under intense situations.
Imperative tense - command = he is ready to learn his lesson the hard way.

1. Our faith must believe God’s commands are for our own good.
2. A belief in the commands will lead to obeying them.

Judgment - taam = discernment, taste.

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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.
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The mature believer is the greatest innovator in time of historical disaster because he has grace orientation, freedom orientation, authority orientation, common sense, a total sense of security, whether in prosperity or disaster.
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His first wife was a witch who threw her son&#146;s foreskin at his feet and complained about his calling, EXO 4:25-26.
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Technical prosperity or mental prosperity = the ability to think and concentrate increases.
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This will give you a greater capacity for life and you will have a great deal of interest toward life.
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Cultural prosperity = maximum enjoyment of drama, art, literature, music, history.
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Establishment prosperity includes enjoyment of freedom, privacy, protection of life and property from criminals and reprisal. There is also prosperity in the area of health.
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Blessings by association.
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There are also geographical blessings to the supergrace believer&#146;s city, state, and nation. Historical blessings, 2TI 1:5.
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<P ALIGN=CENTER><B>
They are the MAT 5:13-14 individual, the salt of the earth and the light of the world.
</B></P>
<P ALIGN=CENTER><B>
Undeserved suffering.  Only in time does God have the opportunity to give us pressure, disaster, and undeserved suffering to prove to Satan and the fallen angels that Bible doctrine can handle any situation.
</B></P>
<P ALIGN=CENTER><B>
God gives us the ability to handle suffering and turn suffering into blessing, ROM 8:28, <BR>DEU 23:5.
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Undeserved suffering is also used by God to help you keep your eyes on God and your focus on eternity, REV 2:10; <BR>2CO 12:9-10.
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<P ALIGN=CENTER><B>
Undeserved suffering also teaches us the value of Bible doctrine, <BR>PSA 119:67-71.
</B></P>
<P ALIGN=CENTER><B>
He allows those who live in their flesh to afflict us to bring us back to Him.
</B></P>
<P ALIGN=CENTER><B>
It&#146;s like the prodigal son seeing all who forsake him, but eventually we all ought to come back.
</B></P>
<P ALIGN=CENTER><B>
If we knew what was best for us, we should realize that it is just what God is doing for us.
</B></P>
<P ALIGN=CENTER><B>
Under the principle of acrostic psalms, this is the file which reveals that every believer has a mysterious relationship with God.
</B></P>
<P ALIGN=CENTER><B>
Astray-shagag = to wander away from something you already have.
</B></P>
<P ALIGN=CENTER><B>
Many times prosperity is an open door through which we go astray.
</B></P>
<P ALIGN=CENTER><B>
Charles Spurgeon - <BR>&#147;Why is it that a little ease works in much disease,&#148; 2SA 11:1.
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<P ALIGN=CENTER><B>
Knowledge - something we use under normal circumstances<BR>discernment = ability to think correctly while under pressure.
</B></P>
<P ALIGN=CENTER><B>
PSA 119:66 teach me - piel imperative - lamadh = to learn the hard way (a goad). <br> Piel stem = learning under intense situations.<br> Imperative tense - command = he is ready to learn his lesson the hard way.
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1. Our faith must believe God&#146;s commands are for our own good.<br> 2. A belief in the commands will lead to obeying them.
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Judgment - taam = discernment, taste.
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