There is a word that reveals God’s righteousness (or standard) for living like Christ lived. That word unveils the secret behind the conversations of Christ contained in the epistles. That word is the key to understanding the words, sayings and parables of our Lord Jesus (Matt. 13:19, Acts 20:32, Col. 3:16).
That word is the main content (meat) of the New Testament that helps those who have believed or used the elementary (milk) faith provisions of Christ, to truly know whom they only previously believed in (Eph. 1:15-19, Col. 1:4-10).
That word addresses the cravings of believers who want more than the milk (elementary faith) of the word can offer to their soul; even those who find mercy to realise that there is more to life and to the Christian faith than their present needs being met ( Isa. 28:9-10, 1 Cor. 2:6).
That word is communicated firstly via the consistent skillful teaching of Pauline epistles, where we find how to come over sin (this world). That word therefore grants an understanding and entrance into other epistles (of John) and into the gospels (1 Cor. 3:10, Col. 1:28, Titus 1:2-3).
That word is the next meal or spiritual education for the souls of those who want to grow beyond being babes in Christ; those who want to adventure the life or power of Christ that exposes the weakness(es) of sin or of this world (1 Cor. 3:2, 1 Cor. 10:3-4).
That word was revealed by the Father to our Lord Jesus for the first time, and then to Paul, to other apostles and to the early Church; some of who embraced it, escaped the corruption in this world and ended up attaining the glorious liberty ordained for the children (sons) of God (Rom. 1:1,9; 16:25, Gal. 1:12).
That word is called the word of righteousness, and interestingly, has been available in the last three decades (Heb. 5:13). It has smiled our way in this generation, and hopes to help as many that would lend it their ears and eyes, with entrances into the Kingdom (Jn. 3:5).
The enlightenment packaged in this word remains responsible for victory over this world and over the god of this world, because it unveils a superior faith to that of Hebrews 11; even the faith that ends in love (God) or that brings men into perfection (Gal. 5:6, 1 John 5:4).
This word promises to bring God’s blessings to our natural life in special ways, and also bring us into seasons where we would love righteousness and hate iniquity – like our Lord Jesus once did (Heb. 1:9).
Please watch out for a forthcoming new series and some Questions & Answers on this blessed subject.
Pastor Tayo Fasan
Thank God for the revelation of His word in our lives, thank God for the LIGHT!