Monthly Archives: November 2010


The Grace of God-Part Two God the Father in the Covenant

grace-father-jesusThe Grace of God-Part Two
God the Father in the Covenant

Contrast Between the Old and New Covenant
The covenant of grace is far better than the covenant of works, for it is founded upon a better principle. The old covenant was founded on the principle of merit. The new covenant is not founded on works at all. It is a covenant of pure, unmingled grace. The new covenant is not so much between man and God, as it is between the Almighty and man’s Representative, the Lord Jesus Christ. The human side of the covenant has been fulfilled by Jesus.

“The entire covenant of grace, in regard to us as the people of God, now stands this way: ‘I your Lord, will give this; I will bestow that; I will fulfill this promise; I will grant that favor.’ We have to do nothing to merit this grace, for there is nothing we can do.” p.30 Jesus did it all. This new covenant cannot depend upon man because there is always inconsistency in man. All we as mankind have to do is receive this covenant of grace. God is required to fulfill His part of the covenant since man has fulfilled his obligation through man’s representative, Jesus.

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The Grace of God-Part One The Wondrous Covenant

gods-grace-to-youThe Grace of God-Part One
The Wondrous Covenant

This set of Spiritual Nuggets are based upon a book by Charles Spurgeon titled God’s Grace to You. Spurgeon was a preacher in the 1800’s. I am going to share some of the powerful concepts that are in this book, along with my comments. If we truly understood God’s grace, we would have more victories over sin and would not walk in condemnation. God (represented by the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit) really is on our side.

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Mindsets and Living a Victorious Life

mindset postive attitude victoryMindsets and Living a Victorious Life

The reason why many people do not live a victorious life is because of the way they think-their mindsets. Or it their attitude about life. If a person has irrational, negative, false beliefs, they are setting themselves up for failure. A person who has lived a life of addiction has bought into a way of thinking that is harmful into their well being. They must learn to think differently.
The Bible says:
And do not be conformed to this world , but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, so that you may prove  what the will of God is, that which is good and acceptable  and perfect.
Romans 12:2

Look at the following wrong mindsets and replace them with a correct way of thinking:

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