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Cross Sides. The Healing Process
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Cross Sides. The Healing Process



Personal transformation from sinner to a born-again believer. Now, the tribulation of spiritual warfare is attempting to hinder us as we take our walk with Christ. So, what do we do when we are in a time of spiritual warfare that Paul calls "the day of evil" in Ephesians 6:13? Paul tells us in this passage to be strong in the Lord and to stand firm; in other words, do not quit (Eph. 6:10-13).


The apostle Peter also tells us to resist the devil, standing firm in the faith (1 Pet. 5:9). Peter knows firsthand that faith in God is the key to standing firm in the midst of the day of evil because, when he denied Christ three times, Jesus prayed for him that his "faith" would not fail (Luke 22:31-32).
So, do not be afraid when you are in tribulation, because Jesus has already overcome the world (John 16:33).


Cross Sides. The Healing Process brings the medication of Christ to you in a therapeutic written prescription by Trey Knowles.

 

In Him I Stand

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In Him I Stand



In Him I Stand shows you that your identity shapes your beliefs. We will learn who we are in Christ and how we should exemplify the character of God by how we live.


Identity -the way we perceive ourselves- is what shapes our core beliefs. Those core beliefs in turn drive what we think, say and do. Everyone has a worldly identity -and also a spiritual identity. 1 John 3:10 tells us that everyone is either a child of God or a child of the Devil.


We Christians know that we are children of God, but there is much more to our identity than that. Each of us has been made into a new creation by God Himself -hence the term "born again."

That new creation -with its new identity- comes with a description of who we are. Once and for all, we have been forgiven, declared innocent (justified) of all wrong doing, made holy (sanctified), and become Jesus' brothers and joint heirs of God's kingdom, given the righteousness of God, translated out of darkness into His light, changed from being God's enemy to being His friend, joined with Christ eternally as His bride, and so much more.

 

 

 

 

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