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Wednesday, December 11 2013

Jesus for ever settled mankind’s question,  Am I good enough to…..

Come before God?

Receive God’s help?

Qualify for His promises?

As long as I rely on my own efforts, there will always be uncertainty. Have I done enough? What is enough?  When I discard my works system and put my trust in what Jesus did for me on the Cross, I have unrestricted access to my heavenly Father. I don’t have to go through religious calisthenics to be ready to meet with God.  Jesus cleared the way (past tense) for me and now I can be sure God isn’t mad. He loves me. He accepts me just as I am. He is with me. He will never leave me. He is on my side ready to help me.

When God closes a door, there’s often a waiting period before He opens the next door. If you’re in that hallway, trying door after door that isn’t budging, cling to the promises He made to you. Pray and say  those promises out loud. Our God keeps His Word. He has an open door prepared for you to walk through into the new “land” He is giving you. Let’s trust Him and keep going.              

So, friends, we can now—without hesitation—walk right up to God, into “the Holy Place.” Jesus has cleared the way by the blood of his sacrifice, acting as our priest before God. The “curtain” into God’s presence is his body.

So let’s do it—full of belief, confident that we’re presentable inside and out. Let’s keep a firm grip on the promises that keep us going. He always keeps his word. Hebrews 10:19-23 MSG

Posted by: Lynn AT 03:37 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email
Sunday, October 06 2013

Grace Grace Grace

For Your Salvation
For Your Forgiveness
For Your Healing
For Your Peace
For Your Relationships
For Your Family
For Your Marriage
For Your Children
For Your Assurance
For Your Confidence
For Your Eternal life
For Your Perfection
For Your Righteousness
For Your Justification
For Your Sanctification
For Your Acceptance
For Freedom from:
Fear, Shame and Condemnation

This Is Too Good To Be True But It Is!

God loves me, actually loves me. He sent His only Son to pay the full price for all of my sins on the cross. God freely gives eternal salvation as a gift. It is not something we can ever buy or earn. But it is a free gift everyone can RE­CEIVE by BELIEVING . Jesus did it all.

Therefore if any person is [ingrafted] in Christ (the Messiah) he is a new creation (a new creature alto­gether); the old [previous moral and spiritual condi­tion] has passed away. Behold, the fresh and new has come! (2 Corinthians 5:17 AMP).

That was me. When Jesus came into my heart, the sky was bluer. The grass was greener. Even the flowers and colors seemed more vibrant. I had hope for my future, confidence now that Jesus was with me, and everything was going to be all right.

I was concerned about staying true to the Lord. Self-discipline was not my strong point. God had more good news for me. He had planned that Jesus would also baptize me in the Holy Spirit, equipping me by that relationship to be a victorious witness for Christ. I wanted everything God had for me.

[John the Baptist said] “I have baptized you with water, but He [Jesus] will baptize you with the Holy Spirit” (Mark 1:8 AMP).

If you then, evil as you are, know how to give GOOD GIFTS [gifts that are to their advantage] to your children, HOW MUCH MORE will your heavenly Father give the Holy Spirit to those who ask and con­tinue to ask Him! (Luke 11:13 AMP, author emphasis).

For the promise [of the Holy Spirit] is to and for you and your children and for ALL that are far away, [even] to and for as many as the Lord our God INVITES and bids to come to Himself (Acts 2:39 AMP, author emphasis).

[Jesus said] And behold, I will send forth upon you what My Father has promised; but remain in the city [Jerusalem] until you are clothed with POWER from on high (Luke 24:49 AMP, author emphasis).

I attended a prayer meeting where some believers put their hands on me and joined in prayer as I asked: “Jesus thank You for saving me. I believe You are the Baptizer in the Holy Spirit. I ask You to baptize me in the Holy Spirit, give me my very own prayer language. Fill me now with Your Holy Spirit.”

I felt held by God’s love. I opened my mouth and began to make sounds that seemed to flow out in beautiful syllables I’d never heard before. The long­er I spoke in tongues the more I knew I was expressing my love for Him way beyond what I could communicate in the natural.

Jesus began transforming me from the inside out. I had new desires. I could hardly wait to go to prayer meeting. I forgave people I’d vowed never to forgive. I had the Holy Spirit guiding me every day. His peace ruled in my heart like an umpire.

Most of the young women my age had been raised in the church. As a first generation believer, I had a hard time relating to Christians my own age, but I found common ground and the prayer support I needed from their parents. I was so full of joy and so excited about Jesus that my pastor would ask me to share my testimony.

One time when I finished speaking, a well-meaning lady took me aside. “Lynn,” she said, “As you grow and mature in the Lord, this joy you have will taper off.”

She was right. In the next few months, religion convinced me I was unworthy because I was going to be divorced, thus I would not be able to inherit the kingdom of God. If I married again, I would be committing adultery and risking my salvation. Reli­gion never asked “why” I was alone, but encouraged me to try to get back with my husband who had been physically and emotionally abusive and had actually abandoned me and our baby. I was nineteen-years-old at the time. Religion convinced me I was damaged goods.

How did I “forget?” I was already a single mother for almost two years when Jesus saved me! Why would I think that “now” I was no longer acceptable to Him? No longer beloved. I remember how the Holy Spirit made Isaiah 54:5–7 come alive for me. God kept His Word and gave me another chance:

For your Maker is your Husband, the Lord of Hosts is His Name, and the Holy One of Israel is your Redeemer; the God of the whole earth He is called. For the Lord has called you [Lynn] like a woman forsaken, grieved in spirit, and heart soreeven a wife [wooed and won] in youth, when she is [later] refused and scorned, says your God. For a brief moment I forsook you, but with great compassion and mercy I will gather you [to Me] again (Isaiah 54:5–7 AMP, author personalization).


Posted by: Paul & Lynn Crawford AT 02:15 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email

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