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Q5: What is the fourth step to Jesus?

  • THE FRUIT Principle

    Hosea 14:2:.. so will we render the calves of our lips. (KJV)

    �Yeshua 14:2 ..�so we will allow fruit to flow from our lips (Ancient Hebrew).

    If you follow the Ancient Hebrew script, the fourth step of salvation reads:-

    4 (Fourth step to Jesus)

  • The secure Seed pressed, the authority flows, BEHOLD ! (a change) (relationship happens) You and Jesus !
  • Your mouth of your head active flows,
  • (the) Cross active over the nations secure, the prickled mouth praises

    (and as a witness of your redemption you share to others)..

    Now to show you some words

    (1) Allowing.. :

    Pictograph reads "pressed authority flows". This means you are pressing to make a caring flow of authority come from your lips...

    (2) Fruit.. :

    Pictograph reads "mouth head". This means open the mouths of heads of grain, usually with oxen; hence the translation of calves..

    (3) from lips.. :

    Pictograph reads "protecting thorny mouth". This means turning the mouth to speak..

    Now comes forth the bursting pressing authority that flows; that opens the mouths in our heads, yoked with the Holy Spirit, like a strong young bull, our lips are turning, and our mouths praise the Redeemer our Saviour, and the grain fruits are filled with the power of the Holy Spirit.

    �Christ said to Nicodemus, "The wind bloweth where it listeth, and thou hearest the sound thereof, but canst not tell whence it cometh, and whither it goeth; so is every one that is born of the Spirit."

    �Those who become new creatures in Christ Jesus will bring forth the fruits of the Spirit," "love, joy, peace, long-suffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, meekness, temperance."

    They will no longer fashion themselves according to the former lusts, but by the faith of the Son of God they will follow in his steps, reflect his character, and purify themselves even as he is pure.�

    �There is no evidence of genuine repentance, unless it works reformation�.

    �There are two errors against which the children of God--particularly those who have just come to trust in his grace--especially need to guard. The first, already dwelt upon, is that of looking to their own works, trusting to anything they can do, to bring themselves into harmony with God. He who is trying to become holy by his own works in keeping the law, is attempting an impossibility�

    �The opposite and no less dangerous error is, that belief in Christ releases men from keeping the law of God; that since by faith alone we become partakers of the grace of Christ, our works have nothing to do with our redemption�

    �If our hearts are renewed in the likeness of God, if the divine love is implanted in the soul, will not the law of God be carried out in the life?�

    �We do not earn salvation by our obedience; for salvation is the free gift of God, to be received by faith. But obedience is the fruit of faith.�

    �The closer you come to Jesus, the more faulty you will appear in your own eyes; for your vision will be clearer, and your imperfections will be seen in broad and distinct contrast to his perfect nature. This is evidence that Satan's delusions have lost their power; that the vivifying influence of the Spirit of God is arousing you.

    �As with life, so it is with growth. It is God who brings the bud to bloom and the flower to fruit. It is by his power that the seed develops, "first the blade, then the ear, after that the full corn in the ear."

    �As the flower turns to the sun, that the bright beams may aid in perfecting its beauty and symmetry, so should we turn to the Sun of Righteousness, that Heaven's light may shine upon us, that our character may be developed in the likeness of Christ�

    �Jesus teaches the same thing when he says, "Abide in me, and I in you. As the branch cannot bear fruit of itself, except it abide in the vine: no more can ye, except ye abide in me. . . Without me ye can do nothing."

    �Many have an idea that they must do some part of the work alone. They have trusted in Christ for the forgiveness of sin, but now they seek by their own efforts to live aright. But every such effort must fail. Jesus says, "Without me ye can do nothing."

    �Consecrate yourself to God in the morning; make this your very first work. Let your prayer be, "Take me, O Lord, as wholly thine. I lay all my plans at thy feet. Use me to-day in thy service. Abide with me, and let all my work be wrought in thee." This is a daily matter. Each morning consecrate yourself to God for that day. Surrender all your plans to him, to be carried out or given up as his providence shall indicate. Thus day by day you may be giving your life into the hands of God, and thus your life will be moulded more and more after the life of Christ�

    �When the mind dwells upon self, it is turned away from Christ, the source of strength and life. Hence it is Satan's constant effort to keep the attention diverted from the Saviour, and thus prevent the union and communion of the soul with Christ�.

    Summary step 4.

    Filled with Jesus power,

    we become a joyous shower,

    for others...

    I AM your FRUIT. Let me share my power with others.Be my servant, not selfish.

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