Looking Inward & Outward with the goggle of Faith- part 114.

Posted: March 29, 2021 in Uncategorized

Dearly Beloved,

The following is another attempt to use the goggle of Faith to weigh and filter various thoughts from conversations under the sun, on another blessed day. Gracious Reading!

  1. Seasons where nothing seems to be working outwardly are when the Lord wants to expose our fears and make us secured in Christ. Only then can we walk with the light of the fear of the Lord and seek to be eternally secured with God or with the fullness of His life (Deu. 8:2, Isa. 11:2-3, Eph. 3:17-20).
  2. No man that hasn’t been empowered by the Faith of the Son of God, or that hasn’t been trained to be content with food and raiment, can break free from the love of money. Only by the godliness that this faith dispenses can we do so (Gal. 2:20, 1Tim. 6:6-11, Tit. 1:1).
  3. A blind man doesn’t know what it feels like to walk in the light. So also a believer who is in love with this world doesn’t know how liberating it is to be free from sin or to live by the Faith of the Son; or how tangible the love of the Father really is (Jn. 8:32, Rom. 6:17-22, 1Jn. 2:15).
  4. Like some old faithful saints, we can be helped to relate with the world as a condemned product— but can’t overcome it except we receive things from that realm in God called ‘above’; from an estate that was first accessed by Christ through obedience (Heb. 11:32-39, Jn. 3:31, Jn. 5:30).
  5. It will take a meek spirit that is primarily fetched while serving the saints and the servants of the Lord, to properly see the saving of the soul all through scriptures, or to see how we can be separated from this world, sanctified as priests—and then consecrated to God (Phil. 2:2-4/20, 2Tim. 3:16, 2Cor. 6:16-18).
  6. Scriptures of truth are meant to be interpreted in the light of the knowledge of salvation, because not all knowledge can save the soul. It takes a meek spirit cultivated while serving the Lord or His servants, to do so; lest, we remain in the world of letters and become harmful than those who don’t refer to scriptures (Lk. 1:77, 1Pet. 1:9-10, 2Pet. 3:16).
  7. “They that wait upon the Lord, shall renew their strength.” They that wait upon the inspirations of the Spirit of the Lord, shall keep trading their knowledge of sin for that of truth; be purged of the knowledge of sin for that of truth; until they can come to God for perfection (Isa. 40:31, 1Tim. 2:4, Heb. 12:22).

Blessings!

Tayo Fasan
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