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The Whole Gospel; to the Whole Man;
to the Whole World.
Christ drank the dregs of sin when He was made sin on our behalf, that we might be made His righteousness.  We celebrate the resurrection of Our Lord on Easter Sunday, however every resurrection has to be proceeded by darkness and death.  We, in union with Christ emerge from the darkness of the grave and despair of Good Friday to bask in the radiance of the Resurrection and rejoice in the victory of our mighty King, who vanquished sin and death forever.

The Cross defeated the whole satanic reign in our flesh by condemning Satan and putting him behind prison bars, thereby rendering him powerless. Satan is bound but not gagged, for he can still shout accusations at us behind prison bars, which he does constantly (Rev.12:10). This is why we have to learn how to walk in the Spirit truth and not in Satan’s accusing lies. We must learn not to look at ...what is seen, for Satan would have us look down at our flesh appearance, which is "the mind set on the flesh." If we do, God promises us that we will die (8:6a). But if we dare look at the unseen and fix our gaze there, we are setting our "minds on the Spirit." That mind-set promises us life and peace (8:6b). Let us shout the victory before it comes into outer manifestation. We can now claim our right not to be condemned, we will not receive that lie anymore. However we appear, there is "now (present tense) no-condemnation." We fight by not fighting, just like Jehoshaphat the king, "Ye shall not need to fight in this battle; set yourself, stand ye still, and see the salvation of the Lord "(II Chron. 20:17). Now the onus is on God, for we cannot stop ourselves from striving. God is the one that causes our faith stand to appear in our flesh. However, we are not going to watch for it to happen, for that would be "the mind set on the flesh" again. As far as we are concerned, we are going to accept ourselves as right selves, "whole, complete and lacking nothing." That is the "mind set on the Spirit."  God promises us that if we "walk in the Spirit we shall not fulfill the lust of the flesh"(Gal. 5:24). How do we walk in the Spirit? We just "be" ourselves and expect the Spirit to cause us to walk in God’s ways, "and do them." "I will put my Spirit within you, and cause you to walk in my statutes, and you shall keep my judgments, and do them" (Ezek. 36:26-27).  The Gospel is an exchange of gods, not an exchange of flesh. There was not one thing wrong with Paul’s flesh, in fact, there never was. Christ won the victory over Satan in Paul’s humanity, at the Cross (Romans 6:6). Therefore the fight is over. We can now leap into the person of Christ as our Victor, and our Rescuer, and our Life. We cease from trying to be our own savior and cannot touch our rescue. We confess with God that it is "not by (our) power, or by (our) might, but by my Spirit saith the Lord"(Zech. 4:6). When you know the truth and agree with God, the lie falls away because it loses its false power. "You shall know the truth and the truth shall set you free"(John 8:32)...
 ”With shouts of "Alleluia, Christ is risen!" we herald the pivotal moment of human history, for which all of Scripture was a preamble, the moment in which time and eternity collided. With choirs of angels we glimpse the grand extravagance of God's grace.” And with St. Peter we can say, "Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! By His great mercy He has given us a new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead" (1 Peter 1:3).
Christ, Our Life Ministries blesses you all on this most blessed Resurrection day.
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