Thursday, May 21, 2015

DIVINE NATURE

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1 Jn 4:10

In this is love: not that we have loved God, but that he loved us and sent his Son to be the atoning sacrifice for our sins. NET

“You need to get out there and walk more in love; this is the solution to your problem. You are a child of God now”. This is what Pastor Ross told one of his members who came complaining about diminishing spiritual strength and fears of demonic attacks.

We can never say this too much "God loves you". His love for you is not because you loved Him first or because you have chosen to serve Him. He loved you first and sent Christ to die for you and save you from your sins; your sins gave Satan power and control over you. God is love and He wants you to also walk in love because this is the way to activate His nature that you have now received through faith in Christ Jesus. This new nature is characterized by power and it always overcomes and cannot be conquered (see 1 John 5:4); it cannot be limited by any power in heaven or on earth. It is the divine nature that never dies or sees decay, it is the nature that brings life and strength even to your mortal body; causing you to live above sickness and disease.

Go into today knowing that your new divine nature is activated by love because God is love. When you love, you are manifesting God’s primary attribute, and this gives rise to manifestations of his other attributes of might, power, glory, etc.

Prayer: Thank you heavenly father for giving me opportunity to share in your divine nature. Please help me to always walk in this nature, in Jesus name. Amen

-SD Abraham

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