When we accept Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior we are a new man. We began to take on Christian values because our new man is formed out of God's righteousness.
Romans 12:1. Many of us ask what God’s will is for our lives, but maybe what we should be asking is what pleases God. God is not a two-dimensional God, but he is a person who has likes and dislikes. One of the things that pleases him most is for us to love him and to show him that we love him. Words are not enough for God.
The illustration of the The Bad Egg Omelet, We Cannot Save Ourselves provides us a great example of how we can neither be saved or holy through our good works. All we need to have is a "little sin" (a bad egg) for God to reject us. God cannot be in the presence of sin and none of us are perfect. Our only salvation is Jesus.
1st Chronicles 29:9. A Christian revival causes us to have a perfect and joyful heart in the Lord. When we yield to our Lord, he makes our heart perfect, and one of the characteristics of a perfect heart is joy.
VESSELS OF HONOR AND DISHONOR. WHICH ONE ARE YOU?
Nehemiah 8:9. A Christian revival is when a congregation renews and strengthens their relationship with God. With revival always comes mourning and weeping. We enter this state of remorse because we become fully aware of our shortcomings in the presence of God, and we repent. We become fully aware that Jesus died for our sins in order for us to be in relationship with God.
Isaiah 6:3. Once a contact is made with God, the second step of revival is come into the presence of his holiness. We can talk about being holy and God being holy, but it is a different story when we come into direct contact with God and his perfection.
Leviticus 27:30. Tithing is well defined in Mosaic Law. Many of the hundreds of laws given down from God to Moses are related to tithes and offerings.
Job 1:1, The Bible tells us that Job was an example of a good father. Job 1:1 tells us that Job, “ ... was perfect and upright, and one that feared God, and eschewed evil.” One of the things that Job did for his children was to pray for them all of the time. Job 1:5 says, “...
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Ephesians 1:4, "According as he hath chosen us in him before the foundation of the world, that we should be holy and without blame before him in love."