How do I trust you? Help me to be full of Your Spirit

19. How Do I Trust You?

CHORUS:
D A
How do I trust you?
G D

Help me to be
D A
Full of Your Spirit
G D
Walking in Thee

[CHORUS] (repeat this second time at the beginning of song)

D F#m7
And when the time comes
G D
I'm pierced in the test
D A
LORD help me be like
G
Christ Jesus
[CHORUS]

I have no set way; That things must be
I've given over; My will unto Thee
[CHORUS]

If things go this way; Or that way or none
I am content in; The power of Your Son
[CHORUS]

And when the end comes; I'll know how to live
Within eternity; Life You will give
[CHORUS x2 (2nd time with tacets...)]

It is important to often review yourself with the question, "How do I trust you?" See in what ways you are directly trusting God. A related prayer is "Help me to be, full of Your Spirit." Because when we are full of His spirit Then you can evaluate whether this statement is true: "walking in Thee" as Enoch walked with God.

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Dominion of Jesus Christ is the main theme of Revelation 1 1 20, the 1st chapter of the book of Revelation. Our interpretation of the book of Revelation hinges on our understanding of the dominion of our Lord Jesus Christ.

The 1st chapter of the book of Revelation sets up the theme of dominion of Jesus Christ for the entire book of Revelation. When you work Christian lawlessness you fight against the dominion of Jesus Christ over all the sovereigns of the Earth. If you do not believe in dominion, then you call Jesus Christ a liar and His word has no place in your life. Guess where you will end up.

Revelation 1:1-20 is absolutely necessary to understanding the entire book of Revelation. Without it, the book is an assemblage of miscellaneous visions and some unrelated letter to 7 churches. You must understand where this prophecy came from, who is delivering it, who is entrusted with it, and what the purpose of it is. We have all of these answered in Revelation 1 11 20. And dominion of Jesus Christ is the clear theme above all other themes of the book of Revelation.

From the first to the last chapter, we read everything in the context of the dominion of Jesus Christ. And if we do not, then we misunderstand what the book of Revelation says. The dominion of our Lord Jesus Christ is the first principle for the entire book of Revelation.

If you refuse to submit to the dominion of the Lord Jesus Christ, then you do not really belong to Him. Make your choice now. While His dominion remains forever, your chance to submit and obey and be saved does not.

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Matthew 25 31 46
God will judge your deeds, indeed! It is certain that you will be judged by your actions, since Jesus taught it in each teaching of His about the end Judgment. Not only that, but it says the same in Romans 2:5-11 and 1 Peter 4:17-19 that God will judge your deeds.

Some, like John Piper, try to justify an unbiblical doctrine by saying we are saved according to works, but by the blood of Jesus. Do not be deceived. Just because he says the words, "the blood of Jesus" does not mean that his doctrine is correct. Jesus did not once say in his teachings on the final judgment that anyone would be distinguished by which church they went to, which teacher they sat under, or by what they believed. It was always by their actions that they were finally judged, without reference to what they believed. Belief is important because it drives actions, but without actions it is useless and meaningless. The purpose of faith is for righteousness and righteousness is rewarded eternal life. If you are not living a righteous life, and suffering for being righteous, then how can you expect to ever be given eternal life? You will be judged by your actions. God will judge you by your works, as He will with everyone.

Can someone lose his salvation? Can a saved person lose their salvation? If by saved, you mean someone who has entered into the way of salvation, yes they can lose their salvation. The goats called Jesus Lord. Yet, they were sent to damnation for their deeds. Can I lose salvation because of lack of deeds? Yes.

Must I have deeds to be saved? Yes, you must. The Bible is absolutely clear about that, even though many preachers are not. Faith without deeds is DEAD! Dead is the opposite of alive. How can you claim to be alive in Christ by faith if your faith is dead? You are living a lie. You must have deeds to have living faith and to be alive in Christ.

Can I lose salvation because of lack of works? Will I go to hell because of my deeds? Hell is a very special p..

Matthew 25 14 30 Is Jesus' parable where He tells of the one who hid his talent. I ask the question, "Can someone lose his salvation?" This is relevant, because the man who hid his talent was a servant of the lord in the parable, which would make him a believer. He also calls the lord in the parable lord. Yet, he loses his salvation when the Lord Jesus says that the man will be thrown into the outer darkness where there is weeping and gnashing of teeth.

Mathew 25 14 30 is one of the most preached on parables, yet nearly everyone goes off in the wrong way into "talents", the English word, even when they know very well that it is a Greek word referring to an amount of money (like a dollar). So when it says that to he who has, more will be given, the parable is speaking of money. However, of course money is only a parallel for some currency that is used with God. The most likely candidates is either faith or works. It does say in Revelation 14:13 that our actions (aka works) will follow us along the same road when we die. Of course, Protestants will blurt out "faith", just like always answering "Jesus" for any question in Sunday School. "What kind of juice do you want, Jimmy?" Jimmy: "Jesus!" :-D Let us be more careful as adults to search the Scriptures soberly for answers, rather than blurting out thoughtless assumptions as answers, no matter how good they sound.

We see here that our question of can a person lose salvation is clearly answered, as in most of the other parables of Jesus about the End Times Judgement. Although the man who hid his talent hated the Lord, he had been a servant of the Lord. He, though he was a servant and called him Lord, proves the yes to the question, "Can someone lose his salvation?" He certainly can and he will if he behaves throughout his life as the man who hid his talent.

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Are you ready for Christ to come again? Are you prepared for Jesus' second coming? The Parable of the Ten Virgins that we examined demands that we be ready for Christ to come again every hour of every day or else we will be locked out and the Lord Jesus will deny He knows us. Are you ready for Christ to come again? Are you ready for Jesus' second coming? He will return and on a day and at an hour that no one knows. If you are not ready, you won't get in.

Most Christians are not ready for Christ to come again at all and many others are only ready sometimes or in some seasons of their lives. This video addresses how to be ready for Jesus' return by looking at Peter's writings on exactly this issue of getting ready for Jesus' return.

Do you know how to prepare for Jesus? Can you truly say, "Yes!" to the question, "Are you prepared for Jesus' return?" Even more directly, "Are you prepared for Jesus'?" If you are not ready, you won't get in.

Too many people think it is about the End Times and only think about the question in this form: "Are you ready for end times?" But the Parable of the Ten Virgins was absolutely focused on the Bridegroom, not the wedding. So I ask you again: "Are you ready for Jesus' second coming and how to prepare for Jesus second coming?" Watch the video to learn the details of what we must be doing every hour of every day to be ready for the return of Jesus Christ.

I cannot emphasize strongly enough that your salvation depends on you being ready for Jesus' Second Coming. Jesus Himself made this terrifyingly clear in the Parable of the Ten Virgins. And now we see that what it means to be ready for Jesus' return is to be doing all of these things mentioned in 2 Peter. It is clear and it is possible with God.

Too many people have gotten in among us who do not have the Holy Spirit indwelling them and they speak from the flesh constantly, including most of the so-called pastors. They say it is impossible to do what is right. They claim we are tr..

Many people have heard the greatly popularized idea that the thief on the cross in Matthew 27 and Luke 23, crucified along with Jesus and another thief, died without being able to do any works at all. From this faulty assumption, so boldly and brashly screamed from the pulpits of America, those so-called teachers declare that the thief on the cross proves no works are necessary for any Christian. The critical principle of interpretation that requires interpreting the Bible by the Bible is completely ignored, as is usual with these so-called teachers.

Consider the issue regarding Matthew 21, "Were both sons in the parable of the two sons saved?" In any explanation of the parable of the two sons you cannot conclude that both sons pleased the father. And when the issue of pleasing the Father and salvation are considered further from Jesus' Gospel we find that Matthew 7:21-23 declares that whoever does not please the Father of Jesus Christ who is in heaven will not be saved.

The only way that the thief could have been saved was if he had pleased the Father of Jesus Christ. Of course, that means firstly to believe in Christ, but it also requi

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Am i in bondage? How can i stop sinning? Why do i sin? Must i sin? How can i be free from sin? Can i stop sinning? I will examine what the Scriptures say about being a slave to sin and a slave to righteousness and which one is the necessary outcome of entering into the way of salvation through the power of the bodily death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

So many people are asking now, "How can I stop sinning?" Guess what their pastors tell them? They say to not worry so much about it. But what does Jesus say about it? What does Paul say about it? Whose word would you trust about your own question, "Must I sin?" Keep asking the obvious and hard questions. "Why do I sin?" The answer will tell you who is preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ and who is preaching a false gospel.

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Is it true that Jesus said that unless you hate father and mother you cannot follow Him? How can I hate my father and mother and still honor them according to the Ten Commandments?

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Do I have to sin? Can I stop sinning? We will answer these questions from 1 John 1:5-10 by examining the Scriptures.

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1 John 1:8 is used by all of the Christians who claim that no one can stop sinning, because of "sin nature" in us. We will put aside this concept of "sin nature" as they misuse it and just see what 1 John says about those walking in light and those walking in darkness. This will guide us to the truth on the matter by carefully handling the Scriptures.

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Addendum to address directly "How much worse is the punishment for breaking the Covenant of Christ?" Will I be punished? What does it have to do with assurance of salvation?

Hebrews 2:1-4

"1 Therefore we must give the more earnest heed to the things we have heard, lest we drift away. 2 For if the word spoken through angels proved steadfast, and every transgression and disobedience received a just reward, 3 how shall we escape if we neglect so great a salvation, which at the first began to be spoken by the Lord, and was confirmed to us by those who heard Him, 4 God also bearing witness both with signs and wonders, with various miracles, and gifts of the Holy Spirit, according to His own will?"

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How much more severe is our punishment for breaking the Covenant of Christ than it was to break the Covenant of Moses? We compare Deuteronomy 29 with Hebrews 10 with an earthshaking conclusion!

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We find Humanism present even in this ancient passage of Deuteronomy when the person believes the dictates of their own heart is sufficient to know what is equitable and to be able to do it. We draw into this teaching many verses we have been building in our argument against the gospel of Calvin, the false gospel preached in so many churches in America today. As we build the case for Jesus' Gospel we find Calvin's gospel is standing on shifting sand.

The last half of this video is an answer to the question: "Brothers, what must we do?

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What is our hope in from the Resurrection of Jesus Christ? What power do we have right now from His Resurrection?

We are freed from the bondage of sin already, by the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Our future hope is not for freedom from bondage to sin. We have that already. Our future hope is to escape the corruption (decay) of this body when we receive the body that is incorruptible (cannot decay) and to escape mortality (death) of this body when we receive the body that is immortal (cannot die).

Since we have received freedom from the bondage of sin now by the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, we can stop sinning. We can walk in righteousness.

"33 Do not be deceived: “Evil company corrupts good habits.” 34 Awake to righteousness, and do not sin; for some do not have the knowledge of God. I speak this to your shame."

The resurrection frees us to walk in righteousness and to stop sinning and it gives us the guarantee of the incorruptible and immortal body that we will receive.

May the LORD bless you as you diligently seek Him with all your heart!

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READING: 1 Corinthians 15 [NKJV]
https://www.christianity.com/bible/bible.php?q=1+Corinthians+15&ver=nkjv

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How much more severe is our punishment for breaking the Covenant of Christ than it was to break the Covenant of Moses? We compare Deuteronomy 29 with Hebrews 10 with an earthshaking conclusion!

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Hebrews 10:23-29 [NKJV] says, "23 Let us hold fast the confession of our hope without wavering, for He who promised is faithful. 24 And let us consider one another in order to stir up love and good works, 25 not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as is the manner of some, but exhorting one another, and so much the more as you see the Day approaching. 26 For if we sin willfully after we have received the knowledge of the truth, there no longer remains a sacrifice for sins, 27 but a certain fearful expectation of judgment, and fiery indignation which will devour the adversaries. 28 Anyone who has rejected Moses’ law dies without mercy on the testimony of two or three witnesses. 29 Of how much worse punishment, do you suppose, will he be thought worthy who has trampled the Son of God underfoot, counted the blood of the covenant by which he was sanctified a common thing, and insulted the Spirit of grace?"

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Deuteronomy 29:18-21 [NKJV] says, "18 so that there may not be among you man or woman or family or tribe, whose heart turns away today from the Lord our God, to go and serve the gods of these nations, and that there may not be among you a root bearing bitterness or wormwood; 19 and so it may not happen, when he hears the words of this curse, that he blesses himself in his heart, saying, ‘I shall have peace, even though I Punishment follow the dictates of my heart’—as though the drunkard could be included with the sober.

20 The Lord would not spare him; for then the anger of the Lord and His jealousy would burn against that man, and every curse that is written in this book would settle on him, and the Lord would blot..

How can I be saved? How can lead someone to the Lord? Am I really saved? These are some of the most important questions in life! We examine assurance of salvation in the context of Romans 10:9-10 and of the New Testament.

Are we really saved only by confessing Jesus is Lord? Is there more required of us than only believing in our hearts and confessing with our mouths? Even the demons believed and shivered in fear. Demons Jesus cast out knew who he was. There was no doubt, but were they saved? We make a covenant with our mouths in agreement with the LORD God and we begin the Christian walk of meeting with the Father daily in the Holy of Holies, to learn what would please Him that day and going and doing that. This is a saving relationship. If we cannot hear the Father's voice, then we need to beg Him for His Holy Spirit, because we do not have Him. We look at passages that tell us about the Holy Spirit's role in communicating the Voice of God to us.

While the KJV is OK, we find it is deficient in representing honestly the Greek. It appears the translators were trying to hide from the reader the specific Greek words that tell us how to do what we must do. So we are correcting this. It was obviously to reinforce the reformation doctrine of the Reductionist gospel.

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Once saved always saved is a popular Christian doctrine, but is it Biblical? The doctrine of once saved always saved, also known as the perseverance of the saints, or eternal security is a Christian teaching that says once a person is truly saved, they cannot lose their salvation. But is that what the Bible teaches?

Can Christians lose salvation? Or is it “Once you’re saved, you’re always saved”? Will some Christians go to Hell? What does Jesus say about this?

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Jacob 1.5-8 (a.k.a. James 1.5-8)

The book of Jacob (also known as James) is perhaps the most practical book in the New Testament. It was written by Jacob, the brother of Jesus and the head of the Church at the time.

We go through The Rooted Word translation we are doing and contrasting it with the KJV (King James Version). Since we are taking more of an exegetical approach, our application stays truer to the Scriptures than what you hear preached in many modern American churches.

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Jacob 1:1-4 (a.k.a. James 1:1-4)

The book of Jacob (also known as James) is perhaps the most practical book in the New Testament. It was written by Jacob, the brother of Jesus and the head of the Church at the time.

We go through The Rooted Word translation we are doing and contrasting it with the KJV (King James Version). Since we are taking more of an exegetical approach, our application stays truer to the Scriptures than what you hear preached in many modern American churches.

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