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“Life in the Spirit is an adventure, and thrilling, yet at its heart there is a desperate seriousness. Through the Cross of Christ, we have received the Spirit of son-ship, and by Him we cry “Abba, Father” (Rom. 8:15).  The Spirit Himself “bears witness with our spirit that we are sons of God, and if sons then heirs of God and co-heirs with Christ” (Rom. 8:15-17). As co-heirs with Christ, God promises us, “joy unspeakable full of glory” (1 Peter 1:8); a “peace that passes all understanding” (Phil. 4:7), and “all sufficiency in all things” (11 Cor. 9:8).
We also have “all the fullness of God” (Eph. 3:19) and “reigning in life” (Rom. 5:17b).  We have self-release from bondage into liberty, and an overflow of the rivers of the Spirit. And finally we count temptations and trials as all joy (James 1:3), instead of miseries to be avoided or endured.   Though always only the earthen vessels in which the “Excellency of the power is of God, and not of us” (II Cor. 4:7), we count it a privilege to “bear about in our bodies the dying of the Lord Jesus” (II Cor. 4:10), so that “death works in us, but life in others” (II Cor. 4:12).[1] 
Then why is this great power for normal life realized and experienced in most of Christians today? Good question. It will be answered in the below article called, “Abundant Life” But further explained in October’s Newsletter.
[1] Taken from Yes, I Am by Norman Grubb

Except the Lord build the house,

they labour in vain

that build it.”

(Psalms 126:5&6; 127:1)

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