Wednesday, 28 June 2017

Galatians Review



Galatians Review




And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not.

As we have therefore opportunity, let us do good unto all men, especially unto them who are of the household of faith.

Don't get weary in well doing. You need a lot of patience. If we don't faint in the process; boy, oh boy, that's restoring. Let us do good unto those that we really like, those that are in our church. No. Let us do good unto all. And don't forget that last part. A lot of times we're good to everybody else and neglect those you ought to be especially good to. But, on the other hand, be good to all. And walk with that love of God in the renewed mind in manifestation by the spirit in manifestation, with the fruit of the spirit in evidence, that mark of quality in your life. See, that's how you get back to right believing, correcting the doctrinal problem they had here in Galatia.

And, again, I think of that prayer in Acts 4 that I mentioned before. They didn't pray "Lord, take the pressure off", but they just kept doing good and said "Lord behold their threatenings, and grant unto thy servants that with all boldness we may speak thy Word." Speak God's Word with boldness and with the love of God. Speak the truth in love. And do good unto all. To restore, repair, repair the ruptures or mend things in the body, to perfect, you need more boldness just to speak one thing. And that's your opinion. No! That's God's Word. Speak God's Word. Speak the truth in love. Not just speak the truth, but speak the truth in love. And may, as Dr. Wierwille said in Volume II in the study WHY DIVISION:

"May we as members of Christ's body become so filled with love, that we may be teachable, and have our hearts opened to His Holy Word. And may we receive of Him, and carry the blessing to all we meet that they may see us and know we are His."


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