Now unto him that is able to keep you from falling, and to present you faultless before the presence of his glory with exceeding joy. Jude 24.
Christ was obedient to every requirement of the law....
By His perfect obedience He has made it possible for every human being to obey God’s commandments. When we submit ourselves to Christ, the heart is united with His heart, the will is merged in His will, the mind becomes one with His mind, the thoughts are brought into captivity to Him; we live His life. This is what it means to be clothed with the garment of His righteousness. Then as the Lord looks upon us He sees, not the fig-leaf garment, not the nakedness and deformity of sin, but His own robe of righteousness, which is perfect obedience to the law of Jehovah.
Through the plan of redemption, God has provided means for subduing every sinful trait, and resisting every temptation, however strong.
The strongest temptation is no excuse for sin. However great the pressure brought to bear upon the soul, transgression is our own act. It is not in the power of earth or hell to compel any one to sin. The will must consent, the heart must yield, or passion cannot overbear reason, nor iniquity triumph over righteousness.
If you will stand under the bloodstained banner of Prince Emmanuel, faithfully doing His service, you need never yield to temptation; for One stands by your side who is able to keep you from falling.
We need not retain one sinful propensity.... [Ephesians 2:1-6 quoted.] ...
As we partake of the divine nature, hereditary and cultivated tendencies to wrong are cut away from the character, and we are made a living power for good. Ever learning of the divine Teacher, daily partaking of His nature, we cooperate with God in overcoming Satan’s temptations. God works, and man works, that man may be one with Christ as Christ is one with God. Then we sit together with Christ in heavenly places. The mind rests with peace and assurance in Jesus.
Maybe you'd like to be part of 10 Days of Prayer, but you don't have a church group to join, so you aren't sure where to start. This short download will give you some ideas of ways you can be involved. And remember, 10 Days of Prayer doesn't just have to be for January. You can do it on your own anytime of year!
You and your spouse are invited to participate for the first time (or a repeat time) with the 40-day Marriage Revival Challenge! As you join this unique relationship challenge, you and your spouse will embark on an incredible journey to spiritual revival in your marriage. Whether your marriage is strong or challenged, a commitment to pray together for five minutes a day for 40 days will fuel your passion for God and for each other in ways you can't imagine. Sign up to be part of this daily challenge, or to review what has already been shared. Event led and coordinated by Randy Maxwell.