Everyone has struggles of the flesh. Whether your struggles are life-controlling issues, such as substance abuse, uncontrollable habits, or you are longing for more meaning in your life of faith, this book explores the scriptural teachings that guarantee the life lived more abundantly. Jesus said, “The Spirit is willing, but the flesh is weak.” Most religious practices (even those under the title of Christianity) are built on a flawed principle. They seek to strengthen the flesh and depend on coping mechanisms, and try to force our source of weakness to become our strength. This can only create very limited success, and is often a guarantee of failure. God’s design is to die to our weakness, and grow in the life where the Spirit is more than willing to empower us to live and thrive in a fruitful life, built around acceptance and perfect fellowship with God. You can’t fix the flesh. You can’t fix yourself. It’s God’s job to subdue your sinful flesh and empower you to live and thrive in the life of the Spirit. God is your strength; not your condemner. God is your righteousness, not your punisher. As you learn to walk in the Spirit, you’ll understand the Bible’s statement, “Now all things are of God. Old things have passed away. Behold all things are new.” You were meant to bloom in every circumstance, and the Bible says that a joyful and fruitful life is a guarantee. This book explores the principles that help you grow in this promise! The ebook version is only 99 cents.
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In Christ, you were ordained to conquer weaknesses, rise above failures, and inherit all of God’s promises. Jesus said, it is the Father’s good pleasure to give you His kingdom. God wants you to inherit everything reserved for the believer. In fact, the Bible says that we have been given everything that pertains to life and godliness. This means that a life lived in Christ cannot fail.
While Jesus promised freedom, many feel bound to their past, the requirements of religion, and the limitations of their abilities. This is because the promise isn’t given to those who walk according to the flesh, but only to those who walk in the Spirit.
So what does it mean to walk in the Spirit? How do you live according to the new creation and put the deeds of the old creation to death? Understanding these fundamental truths are essential for walking in victory. Victory has been given, but we must learn to live in the Spirit.
Living by faith isn’t complicated, but unless we know what has been given to us through Christ, the truth cannot set us free. Lay aside guilt, fear, and frustration. Take the hand of grace and enjoy your fellowship with God as you journey through a life of victory!