When a craftsman is fully trained and ready to go out into business on his own, he produces a master work to serve as a demonstration of his skill and ability. This work will be carefully inspected to insure that its creator was up to the task. That is the description God gives of His children—we are His master work.
Recognizing that you are especially created by a loving God for the purpose of displaying His power will change the way you view yourself.

In His life on Earth the Son of God became a man called Jesus. If He had only been God, He could not have died for our sins. Likewise if He were not a man He would not have been able to be the example that we could follow. His life gives us the pattern for godly living.

The purpose of His coming was not to make us better people; it was to make us like Him. Glory to God! We have been made like Him, even as He is now at the right hand of the Father. As He is resurrected and glorified, we now share the endless possibilities for living in the supernatural.

Many people believe that they need to convince God to bless them because He is reluctant to give His children good things. However, the reality is that His purpose and plan has already filled your life with good things. You do not have to persuade Him to bless you. In fact, Paul tells us that at Christ’s resurrection we who believe have received every spiritual blessing that heaven has.

WOW! Is not this one of the most interesting times for the church? There is a definite shift in priorities. While the world calls for the supernatural, as discovered by the movie-makers; the church finds itself struggling for identity. The history of the church shows us that this is not the first time for compromise and disinterest to creep into the church. In parts of the world where the gospel is just now being introduced there is great excitement and acceptance—where there is great lack, there is great hunger.

”Let us therefore be diligent to enter that rest, lest anyone fall according to the same example of disobedience” (Hebrews 4:11).

Lately, I have spent much time studying on the subject of “rest” which in turn has taken me to our LABOR, our WORK, and GRACE, for starters. I find it so interesting that I want to share some truths with you.

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