#022 – Summation of the Christian Life (Blood Covenant Pt 15) [Podcast]

The Christian life may be summed as the consciousness that He lives within us, and we draw upon His infinite life in every situation we find ourselves in. This means that as we grow in Christ and become mature, we will have an increasing sense of our own weakness that we might no longer trust in ourselves and so proportionately live from His strength.

Christian Life

Christian Life

Many believers live in the frustration of trying to arrive at where they already are! Imagine the confusion of the person who is sitting down while continually being told to sit down! Yet in meeting after meeting believers are urged to die with Christ, and they go forward to pray and be prayed for instead of realizing that the Spirit placed them in Christ and, therefore, into His death and resurrection when they believed upon Jesus.

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“Summation of the Christian Life” Show Notes

In this episode, I share on the following topics:

  • Review of the previous episode
  • Weakness to Strength
  • Why coffee and tea help you understand the Christian life
  • Praying for the Spirit’s activity
  • The Body of Christ
  • In the world, but not of it
  • Learning to Live in Christ
  • The Hidden Mystery

“Summation of the Christian Life” Episode Resources

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