1. Like sin and death can only be starved by surrendering our right to any life (style) that is inferior to that of the faith of the Son (of God), so also hell and death (iniquity) can only be starved while surrendering our right to own ourself (Rom. 8:1 -2, Eph. 4:20-24 , 2 Cor. 5:14-15). And while doing so, we would find ourselves living without a sense of entitlement to anything under the sun (Ecc. 4:7, Rev. 14:3-4).
2. The goal of the preaching of the gospel of Christ, is to make us passionate or free enough to love the truth that is in Christ; which alone can prepare us to receive the truth that is of the Father (Gal. 3:1, 2 Jn. 4). Those who keep this divine truth would be further raised to a place where they can worship God in spirit and truth. ( 1 Jn. 2:5, Jn. 4:23)
3. The world has one goal: determine or influence how a man ends (Eph. 2:1-2). When it shows up as things tangible that promises the soul a pseudo kind of rest, we can wrestle with it via the wisdom and power kept in the gospel of Christ, but when it shows up as intangible things or glories that offers us a name or dominion, it’s because we have began to amass the glories packed in everlasting life (Jn. 14:27, 1 Cor. 1:23-24, 1 Pet 1:24-25).
4. To be separated unto the Father of all spirits or from sin and death, a believer simply has to deny ungodliness and shun worldly lusts to a place where he can stand and receive the judgments of everlasting righteousness, and thereby, be made perfect (Tit.2:12, Ps. 1:5, Matt. 5:48, Jam. 1:17).
5. The only weapon that this world uses to fight men—are promises, and it can become a toothless bulldog if only we can see through or beyond its promises: firstly beyond the pull from legitimate-looking things (needs) that brings men under the power of Satan (sin), and lastly beyond the snare or lofty promises that he offers to sons in seasons of everlasting life (Matt. 6:31-33, Jam. 1:12-14, 1 Jn. 2:15).
6. The holy teachings on the faith of the Son is God’s wisdom to help us to see through the perimeter of thoughts that originate from sin and death (2 Tim. 3:15, 1 Cor. 2:15). The most holy teachings of the everlasting gospel is to perfect this; to help us see through the perimeter of thoughts that originate from hell and death (iniquity) (Jude 20, Heb. 1:9).
7. Vain glorying is one of the sins that was first committed in heaven by the devil; and it is a temptation that awaits everyone who has finished their course in Christ; especially those in whom iniquity will be exposed and overcome by the help and mercy of the Lord Jesus (Gal. 5:26; Ezek. 28:15-17; Psa. 139:23-24).
8. Those who will escape the priestly sin called vain glorying, will have to do so by taking their portion of the Father’s divine nature (Gal. 6:14; 2Pet. 1:4). They’ll have to gather every measure of (everlasting) righteousness to discern self again and again, until staying under spiritual authority becomes a thing of delight, and a new nature fetched from the most holy place (2Cor. 5:21, 1Pet. 5:5).
9. The season when the Lord begin to open our eyes to see iniquity within and without us, is actually a season of mercy where the Father wants to keep or preserve us again, from a law or nature (iniquity) within us that was born in heaven when a once glorious angel began to take thought for his life (tomorrow) 1Pet. 1:5, Jude vs. 1, 21, Eze. 28:15-17).
10. Our service to God will remain partly acceptable but not perfect, as long as we continue to carry out service while still in possession of a law or nature (iniquity) that we share in common with a fallen Cherub (Rom. 12:2/7:21-25, Eze. 28:15-17).