1 Corinthians 3:16

As Christians, we need to take up the cross, deny ourselves, and walk with Christ. Remember, you are the temple of God and the Spirit of God dwells in you ! We need to continually thank God for filling us with His Spirit.

2 Corinthians 4:7 says  “But we have this treasure in earthen vessels, that the excellency of the power may be of God, and not of us.” We have options… Brokenness is good for the church. When we break the outer man, the inner man can be released. So if you want to walk with Christ, you need to take up your cross and follow Him. It is not about me, but about releasing His Spirit into the world.

Unless we plant a seed in the ground, it will NOT grow! Sowing that seed in the ground will make it come back up and vegetate, and grow more and more and will produce more seeds!

Jesus even said to His disciples to take up their cross, deny themselves, and follow Me. By a lack of the cross, there will be more divorce, backsliding, and more of a mix of sin with Christianity.

1 Corinthians 10:21 says “Ye cannot drink the cup of the Lord, and the cup of devils: ye cannot be partakers of the Lord’s table, and of the table of devils.” You cannot be in the world and in the church…you must choose one or the other! We all have a desire for sin and can be wrong in the moment, but God convicts our heart and wants us to cut that sin off NOW !

GET GOD TO GET GOOD! Bring every struggle and desire to Him. He came down and crucified himself for us! Destroy ALL sin that will stop you from living for God! ALL sin!!

As a church, we are under attack! Satan is at work and when Satan comes in like a flood, My God will hold up a standard.

Are you willing to do what God asks of you? Are you willing to lay hands on people? Sometimes our spirit is willing but our flesh is weak! Jesus had to pray 3 times because His flesh was weak! If we are not willing to die to ourselves and take up that cross, we need to pray, pray, pray! Say YES to God!

We need to demonstrate God’s love. Fall on the rock of Jesus Christ… “not my will, but yours”. It is not about you and me but about reflecting God’s glory!

Pastor Eric Cleveland
January 26, 2020

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