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Who is Your God

Who is your God? Your God is the person whose commands, you obey. Your God is the one who tells you what to do and you do it. Your God is not the person you say you love. Everybody loves Jesus Christ. Your God, is not the person you say you love. Your God and my God is the person or the thing that directs and commands our lives. There are some people who say the God of heaven and earth is their God, but their lives are directed by their career. You don’t see them at church, they don’t study the bible, they hardly pray, they couldn’t defend the basic doctrines of the church to which they belong. They’re not preparing for the second coming of Christ, yet they all, they love to say I love Jesus. God is my God, but all the efforts, all their resources, all their time or the sacrifices is in the direction of something or someone other than God. Your God and my God is not the person we say we love, your God and my God is the person or the thing that drives our lives and commands us and we obey.

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God, it Makes No Sense

The first question is not I have a problem. The first question should be is God with me? When God is with you a solution is with you, for with God all things are possible. There are levels of spiritual power. There are degrees to which God blesses. Did not Jesus say from time to time be it unto thee according to thy faith? Which means if you bring to Jesus Christ a thimble full of faith Jesus pours out the faith and pours in blessings. Does He fill the thimble up? Yes, He pours blessings to the brim of that thimble and gives it to you, that’s what you brought. Now here comes someone else and brings a bathtub, what does Jesus do? He fills it to the brim. Is Jesus fair? Yes. How much you get is not dependent on Jesus but on your faith. Stop bringing Jesus thimbles, bring him a bathtub of obedience and go back with blessings

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865 – Roots of Truth: The other Adam

We know that the world became so soaked in sin that God decided to destroy the earth with a flood which He duly did in Chapter 7 of the book of Genesis. In chapter 6, God talks to Noah and He tells Noah in verse 13 13…The end of all flesh is come before me; for the earth is filled with violence through them; and, behold, I will destroy them with the earth. And it comes to pass from Genesis 9 verse 1 and God blessed Noah and his sons and said unto them be fruitful and multiply and replenish the earth. Now that takes us immediately back to Genesis chapter 1 verse 28 and God blessed them and God said unto them be fruitful and multiply and replenish the earth and subdue it. Why is God telling the very same thing to Noah? Because the world in a certain sense is beginning all over again. In that sense, the other Adam is Noah.

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