#021 – Breath of God (Blood Covenant Pt 14) [Podcast]

In understanding the covenant, there are two phrases that are of supreme importance. The first is the expression “in Christ”; it is a phrase that indicates that we are vitally in and part of the historical events that took place, and it is a phrase that indicates that by the Holy Spirit, we have actually been joined and made one with Jesus Christ so that His history has become our history. We are vitally one with Him in all that He has accomplished and all that He is now in the heavens.

Breath of God

Breath of God

The second phrase that we find throughout the New Testament is “in the Spirit”; it indicates the dynamic experience of the power of the Spirit actually joining us to Christ and His work and making it real in our lives. What originated in eternity in the loving heart of God the Father was effected in history by the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ the Son and is received and experienced by the people of God through the work of the Holy Spirit.

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“Breath of God” Show Notes

In this episode, I share on the following topics:

  • Review of the previous episode
  • The Breath of God
  • The Bear Hug of God
  • The Dwelling of God
  • The Vine and the Branches
  • Abiding in Christ
  • Joined to Him
  • One Plus One Equals One

“Breath of God” Episode Resources

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