Dear friend, there’s a high demand upon your life by and from God.
God has called you to an high calling.
He has called you to possess that which he alone posseses.
He has called you to possess PERFECTION.
The very reason why Christ gave himself for and to you is to possess perfection.
God has not called you to struggle with sin and death.
God has not called you to be ruled over by sin and death.
But as long as you’re a child you’re not better off than a slave. A slave to sin and a slave to death.
There’s a path of progress my friend. It is the path of perfection. It is the path of the Father himself.
The Father has decided to share his perfection with you, hence he called you to possess it.
My friend, why sit you there, in sin and death, till you die?
Why not dare trod the path of progress?
Why not dare trod the path of life?
Why not dare trod the path of perfection?
O, the devil tells you that’s impossible? He tells you even if it’s possible it’s only for some special people?
Wow, the devil has only told you a lie and he’ll keep telling you as long as you allow him.
PERFECTION is for everyone as long as you’re a believer.
CHRIST possessed you for that very purpose!
Rise from your weak and dead position and dare to pursue the PERFECTION of God.
GRACE is all you need.
GRACE is available.
CHRIST made it available and he gave it to you when he possessed you.
You only need to be willing to embrace this Grace and put it into use.
Tell the Lord you are tired of being a child.
He’s your Father. Be sincere with him that you want to come into perfection.
Sin shall not have dominion over you.
Death shall not have dominion over you for you have passed from death to life.
Rise from that position my friend.
How long do you want to be a child?
How long do yoy want to struggle with sin and death?
Rise, my friend!
There’s GRACE to rise!
Rise to a position of strength!
Rise to possess the perfection for which Christ first possessed you!
Rise and press on!
Press on to perfection!
God bless you and hold you by the hand in your journey to perfection.
(Philippians 3:12 NLT) I don’t mean to say that I have already achieved these things or that I have already reached perfection. BUT I PRESS ON TO POSSESS THAT PERFECTION FOR WHICH CHRIST JESUS FIRST POSSESSED ME.
Come, Lord Jesus!