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Sunday School Lesson – February 26, 2017 Holy Living In The Spirit

To follow along, visit your local Christian bookstore, and ask for the Bible Expositor and Illuminator

Lesson:  Galatians 5:18-6:10
Time:  Probably A.D. 48   Place: From Syrian Antioch                                                                                                            

We need to be aware of true spiritual life and practicing our walk in the Spirit that we can help and encourage one another in its pursuit. The world at large teaches what is calls “spiritual” things, the are really emotional things. The Scripture is clear that before we trust Christ and are born again, our spirits are fatally flawed. We are “dead in trespasses and sin. We have emotions and aspirations, even a hunger for spiritual things, but our spirits are dead without Christ. That is the reason why so many false religions and philosophies are existing. We must study the Word of God to receive correct spiritual information. We must respond to that information positively to walk in true spiritual life instead of spiritual death. Read More

Time of Prayer

Oh, God how great is Your name, Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, holy and righteous God. To the One and only wise God, the God of yesterday, today and forever! Mighty in strength and power, God of all flesh and all spirits, we come to You giving thanks for Your wonderful acts towards us. Thank You for life and supplying our needs. Thank You for even giving us the desires of our hearts, thank You for being with us daily. Thank You for healing our bodies, comforting our souls and giving peace to our minds. Read More

Praise Break

Enter into his gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts with praise: be thankful unto him, and bless his name – Psalm 100:4

Thanksgiving is something we should do daily not just the day of Thanksgiving we celebrate once a year. Thanksgiving is an attitude; it isn’t just words; Thanksgiving is an attitude of gratefulness toward God. When we thank someone for something, we are praising him or her. So praising God is a form of thanks, and it should flow out of an attitude of gratitude. Read More