sermon: 'All Mine Are Yours!'
Martin G. Collins
Given 30-Apr-16; Sermon #1320; 63 minutes
Martin Collins, acknowledging that because we still have human nature, selfishness dominates our prayer, in contrast to Christ, who devoted 5 petitions on His own behalf and 21 petitions on behalf of His disciples entrusted to Him by the Father to help Him bring glory to God. Jesus revealed the Father to the disciples, including the instructions to regard the Father as a loving parent. The disciples preserved this relationship in their prayers and in their relationship with one another as siblings with Christ. God has planned our way, doing the lion's share of the work, continually keeping us on track if we maintain a teachable attitude. If we observe Christ's words, there must be a demonstrable difference in our behavior and a commitment to obey His teachings in order to bear good spiritual fruit, adopting a lifestyle which the people of this world hate. Christ prays for us as He did for His original disciples because we too have been called by the Father and entrusted to Him. Christ values us because the Father values us.We glorify Christ when we obey Him, carrying His example of holiness to the world through our behavior and actions. As Christ intercedes in prayer for us, we must intercede in prayer for our brethren, realizing we are all in this together.
Ascension by own knowledge is Satan's doctrine Colossians 1:1-6, 9-12 Elohim Eljon Faith without works is dead I Peter 1:23 Gnosticism God's right of possession Hebrews 4:12 Hosea 11:1-4 Intercession Isaiah 64:8 Jave John 2:24-25; 17; 6:44; 11:40 Mark 10:33-34, 45 Matthew 6:9,30; 20:17; 7:17 Only 40% of Catholics believe in God Praying daily Psalm 103:16 Romans 8:25-39 Seeing and knowing are not synonyms
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