Introduction To The Word of Righteousness (Part 2)

Dearly Beloved Saint,

Once upon a time, a class of word was hid in God and unknown to glorious angels (1Pet. 1:12, Eph. 3:9-10).

That word gradually raises a soul when revealed and received, and it is better received by believers who have exercised themselves in the elementary faith and love in Jesus (Eph. 1:1/15, Col. 1:4). 

That word remains the source of strength for souls who have been weaned from the breast or drawn from the elementary (milk) principles of faith that isn’t purely Christ (Eph. 1:15, 1Cor. 13:3, Isa. 28:9).

That word causes such believers to profit with the ministry that reveals God’s righteousness or that reveals the right way to live in the flesh (Rom. 1:16-17, Gal. 2:20).

That word is called the word of righteousness because (among other things) it prepares believers to gain mastery of the righteousness of faith that is in Christ, so they can comprehend the actual word of God and inherit His genes – His righteousness (1Cor. 9:25, Rom. 10:17, Phil. 3:9).

This word promises to help believers to inherit Christ and to subsequently have God as the true possession of their soul – even while on earth (Acts 26:18e, 1Pet. 1:4).

The first allocation of this word was called the meat of the word;  a rear kind of word that the sower (Jesus) handled and cast for the first time; a word which when received into the heart (through many labour of hearing and hearing), would cause a believer to acquire enough substances of faith to disown the world and comprehend Christ, or to acquire the full age called Christ (1Cor. 2:9, Matt. 13:1-23, Heb 5:14a).

In the last three decades, this word has been quietly exposing believers (in various countries) to a kind of power only found in Christ; a power that remains unknown to natural men and despised by most intellectuals (Rom. 1:16, 1Cor. 2:14).

This word has been helping believers to grow into and through chapters of the will of the Lord, and thereby preparing them for an enduring audience with the Father (Col. 1:9-10, 2Cor. 6:17-18).

Above all, this word of righteousness would be giving some elects in this generation, an entrance into God’s rest/fullness (Heb. 4:6, Eph. 3:19).

Please watch out for a forthcoming Questions & Answers and a new series on this blessed subject.


Tayo Fasan

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