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I Accept Thy Terms

I Accept Thy Terms

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O God, I accept Thy Terms.

I have accepted Thy Terms of Absolute Surrender.

Now Remember there is a God Present that Takes Note of it, and writes it down in His Book, and there is a God Present who at that very moment Takes Possession of you.

You may not feel it, you may not realize it, but God Takes Possession if you will Trust Him.

New

New

Though man is a composite of spirit, soul, and body, yet in Regeneration God only Gives us a New Spirit and a New Heart but not a new soul.

God Gives us a New Spirit so that we may Commune with Him by having our dead spirit Quickened into Functioning before Him.

He also gives us a New Heart so as to Enable us to Live a New Life and to have a New Desire.

Partakers

Partakers

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Abide in Christ! so will you become Partaker of all the Rich Blessings God Designed for you in the affliction.

The Purposes of God’s Wisdom will become clear to you,

Your assurance of the Unchangeable Love become stronger,

And the Power of His Spirit Fulfill you the Promise: He chasteneth us for our profit, that we might be Partakers of His Holiness.

Capacity

Capacity

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Maturity is having our capacity expanded by God within a reasonable amount of time.

No one can reach maturity without being expanded by the Hand of God.

God is willing to spend time on us.

He allows us to suffer things unbearable once and again in order to expand our capacity.

The Greatest Happiness

The Greatest Happiness

The Greatest Happiness of your Life is that you are Loved by the Lord Jesus and can Live in Fellowship with Him every day.

He Now Gives Us

He Now Gives Us

Christ says: As the Father has Love Me – that is a Divine, Everlasting, Wonderful Love! I also have Loved you.

The Same Love with which He had Love the Father He now gives us.

He really desires that This Everlasting Love should Rest Upon us.

What a Blessing!

Christ wants us to Live in the Power of the Love of God that He also Experienced.

In That Love

In That Love

We need to Know by Experience how much Christ Loves us,

And to Learn how we may Abide and Continue in That Love.