What Does it Mean to be in Christ?


In order for a person to abide in Christ, he or she must first be in Christ. Although these two concepts are related, they are not exactly synonymous. Let’s discover what the Bible says about being in Christ. In Christ, you are reconciled to God. “And all things are of God, who hath reconciled usContinue reading “What Does it Mean to be in Christ?”

Do you wear your armor constantly?


Ephesians 6:11  Put on the whole amour of God, that you may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil. God does not need you to defeat the devil today. Christ has already done it and given you the victory. (Colossians 2:15, Romans 8:37) Your part is to enforce the victory by simplyContinue reading “Do you wear your armor constantly?”

Bearing Spiritual Fruit; Not Religious Nuts


  Galatians 5:16This I say then, Walk in the Spirit, and ye shall not fulfil the lust of the flesh.   Are you bearing spiritual fruit or fleshly fruit? In Christ, we are suppose to discern the darkness from the light. This goes back to bearing fruit. If you bear ugly, prideful fruit it willContinue reading “Bearing Spiritual Fruit; Not Religious Nuts”

Rising into the heavenlies – Smith Wigglesworth


Rising into the heavenlies. Published in the Pentecostal Evangel, May 30, 1925. Our lesson is in the first Epistle of Peter, chapter 1. Whenever, in the history of the world, there has been a divine revelation, God coming forth in some manifestation of His Spirit, there have been antagonism and opposition to the same withContinue reading “Rising into the heavenlies – Smith Wigglesworth”

Luck?


Re-blogged from Wordsmith’s Desk Luck is a very familiar word to all and used in many forms. We wish someone “good luck” as much as say “hello.” We hear the phrase, we use the phrase and “Good luck” becomes a conditioned response. Faith, too, is a familiar word. it is used by many to expressContinue reading “Luck?”