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The new things that have come: The dispensation of invisible heroes. Part 2.

Friday, July 30, 2010

Every believer is now qualified to live as a member of the Church-age and become an invisible hero.

Under this principle we noted the fact that you and I have all the resources and the power needed to become an invisible hero -
a hero in the spiritual realm.

How the application of these doctrinal principles would manifest themselves.

The manifestation would be a reflection of grace orientation and faithfulness on the part of the believer.

TLJC is not only the faithful witness in REV 1:5 as an invisible hero, but He is also the ruler of the kings of the earth, the “KING OF KINGS, AND LORD OF LORDS,”
as a visible hero REV 19:16.

His love was not conditional and that He loved His disciples to the end.
The devil’s objective was to help the Sanhedrin accomplish their policy to stone the Lord Jesus Christ and stop Him from going to the cross and being judged for our sins.

1CO 3:21, For all things belong to you,
2CO 4:15, For all things {are} for your sakes, that the grace which is spreading to more and more people may cause the giving of thanks to abound to the glory of God.

1. A right way of doing something or the way in which a thing is done or happens.

2. A way of acting; bearing or behavior.

3. A custom or lifestyle expected to be followed, conduct; protocol.

These divine manners will be manifested by such principles as truth, love, integrity  faithfulness, mercy, goodness, righteousness, justice, patience, and kindness.

JOH 1:10-11, He was in the world, and the world was made through Him, and the world did not know Him.

JOH 1:11, He came to His own, and those who were His own did not receive Him.

At the same time correct the terrible manners or the protocol of the disciples. The disciples were so busy trying to prove that they were better than the others and all they proved was they had garbage on their feet, but worse than that, garbage in their souls.

Good manners demanded that they understand the protocol such as the washing of their feet before entering into the room. But, since there was no servant to do so, they extended the debate by refusing to wash each other’s feet.

As far as they’re concerned, you don’t prove you’re the greatest by serving others or drying someone else’s feet. You must remember that our Lord is about to die so He must take care of this hypocrisy as soon as possible. Bad manners, lack of divine protocol, come from a bad mental attitude.

Again, by good manners, you understand, the way of doing something or the way in which a thing is done or happens.
A way of acting; bearing or behavior.
A custom or lifestyle expected to be followed, conduct; protocol.

The greatest test of manners is NOT how a gentleman opens doors for a lady, or how a gentleman has good manners around the ladies.
It’s how the believer-priest has good manners or divine protocol in the presence of the Lord.

MAR 9:33-34, on the way Capernaum they discussed with one another which of them was the greatest.
LUK 9:46, after the mount of transfiguration an argument arose among them as to which of them might be the greatest.
MAT 20:20-24, James and John got “mommy dearest” to ask Jesus to promote them and make them the greatEST 50:10

They’ve got literal garbage on their feet and mental garbage in their head, M.A.S. 50:32
They were so busy arguing as to which one was the greatest that no one would treat the other with more respect.

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