Some of the Most Notable Teachings and Godly-Inspired Revelations That the World Has Ever Known!

“Contrary to some popular thought, I and II Corinthians were not merely written to a group of individuals who were living nearly 2000 years ago in Macedonia (today called Greece). This kind of wrong thinking would nullify our ability to believe in Corinthians, which has delivered to humanity some of the greatest instructions and inspirations ever recorded in God’s wonderful Word. A direct result of casting aside Corinthians has, through the years, caused multitudes of people to miss out on some of the most notable teachings and godly-inspired revelations that the world has ever known. Let us carefully read to whom Corinthians is actually addressed: Unto the church of God which is at Corinth {and}, to them that are sanctified in Christ Jesus, called to be saints, with all that in every place call upon the name of Jesus Christ our Lord, both theirs and ours {emphasis supplied}- I Corinthians 1:2. Corinthians, as well as all the other Epistles, are written to all believers who call upon the name of Jesus Christ (Romans 10:9-13), and this we have done. So the instruction, blessings, and deliverance contained in Corinthians is directly addressed to us today, for we are members of the Church of God. Thus we are members along with all of them that are sanctified in Christ Jesus.” ~LMJ~

The Simplest, and Best (Biblical) Answer I Know

“After you have believed and confessed in your heart, Romans 10:9-10, the first thing that God asks you for is to receive and enjoy His many blessings. It is God’s healing Word that shows you His divine presence (and presents) as you come to know the love that He has placed in your heart and life. In order to understand and enjoy all God has given may take a little time and patience on our parts as God slowly and delicately begins revealing His true characteristics to the heart of our hearts. Truly a miraculous miracle has taken place in your life because you have passed from judgment to grace, from a child of the world, to a child of God. These are some of the things that God wants you to know and thoroughly understand, and believe me, this takes patience. So where do we learn about those things that God would have us know, and how can we learn to appreciate them once we know of them? We learn from God’s Word, and our appreciation will grow as we learn to accept the grace of God in our lives. This is the simplest, and best (biblical) answer I know. Still, where is His Word? The Holy Scriptures (the Bible) is His Word, and in His Word we find healing (Psalms 107:20), spiritual understanding (John 6:63), and direction (II Timothy 3:16-17), so dig in and get you some!” ~LMJ~

An Appropriate Response

“After you have believed and confessed in your heart as Romans 10:9 and 10 prescribes, then the first thing that God asks you for is to receive rather than to pay out in some way. Honestly, our heavenly Father desires that you begin enjoying His many blessings, His grace, His mercy, His healing Word, and for His children to grow at their own pace with the intended profit, which His Prophets wrote into the Word of life. God’s Word reveals to believers divine promises and these are given to us with His lovingkindness for our believing, and being thankful for these is the appropriate response and conclusion for receiving salvation and the blessings that follow.” ~LMJ~

Romans 10:9-10:
-9: That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved.
-10: For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness; and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation.

When We Believe

When we believe, This is the day which the Lord hath made- Psalms 118:24, we will be living a lifestyle in daily thankfulness and we will rejoice and be glad in HIM, not just for one day in the year but for always. If we have food to eat and a place to sleep, we will have every good reason to be thankful today for the blessings bestowed upon us, and our God will give us great expectations for all our tomorrows.” ~LMJ~

Dang It – Where’s My Key? Found It – Have I Got a Key for You!

“The key of knowledge– Luke 11:52, is the knowledge of Christ. For Christ is the wisdom of God (I Corinthians 1:24) and he opens to us the front door of our spiritual home where we have eternal rest from all doubts, worries, and fears, and wherein the revealed blessings of God are laid out for us to enjoy. In whom {in Christ} are hid all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge– Colossians 2:4. The more we believe to receive these treasures of wisdom and knowledge, the greater we will, and it is just that effortless because our Deliverer continues manifesting himself in the home of our innermost beings, in fleshy tables of the heart– II Corinthians 3:3.” ~LMJ~