If you didn’t make it to the James River Church Men’s Bible Study – at 6am – don’t worry. We will post the videos that are watched and discussed here. This is a fantastic set of videos from the book of Daniel. Enjoy!
Here is the Video Link to the video we will be watching and discussing tonight. The 3rd in Perry Noble’s series on grace:
Here’s the video link to the message we watched Thursday night. The second in a series on Grace. Check it out. https://newspring.cc/sermons/too-good-to-be-true/he-carried-me
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Originally posted on ChalkerLife:
From: F. B. The Secret of Guidance (Moody Classics). New ed. publication place: Moody Publishers, 2010.
“If only we would meet every call, difficulty, and trial, not saying, as we so often do, “I shall never be able to go through it,” but saying, “I cannot; but Christ is in me, and He can,” we should find that all trials were intended to reveal and unfold the wealth hidden within us, until Christ was formed within us and His life manifested in our mortal body (Colossians 1:27). How do we become more conscious of His life within us?
1. Be still each day for a short time, sitting before God in meditation, and ask the Holy Spirit to reveal to you the truth of Christ’s indwelling. Ask God to be pleased to make known to you what is the riches of the glory of this mystery (Colossians 1:27).
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Check out the message we watched this last Thursday, January 29th 2015.
I Think you’ll like it.
Here’s the video link:
From: Meyer, F. B. The Secret of Guidance (Moody Classics). New ed. publication place: Moody Publishers, 2010.
“I am distinctly told in Scripture that Christ, though He is on the throne in His ascended glory, is also within me by the Holy Spirit. I confess I do not feel Him there. Often amidst the assault of temptation or the fury of the storm that sweeps over the surface of my nature, I cannot detect His form or hear Him say, “It is I.” But I dare to believe He is there; not without me, but within; not as a transient sojourner for a night, but as a perpetual inmate; not altered by my changes from earnestness to lethargy, from the summer of love to the winter of despondency, but always and unchangeably the same. And I say again and again, “Jesus, You are here. I am not worthy that You should abide under my roof; but You have come. Assert Yourself. Put down all rule, and authority, and power. Come out of Your secret chamber, and possess all that is within me, that it may bless Your holy name.”