Tuesday, April 7th, 2020
We are humans and we have a body, we sometimes weaken, but God is the One who heals you of all your bruises. Even nature understands and obeys the Voice of God. Man thinks he can know everything, but he does not. Before winter comes, the sap of the trees goes down into the roots and the leaves fall. What is it that makes the sap go down to the roots to protect itself from winter? This is a mystery to man.
God put us on this Earth and we are good because He gave us the intelligence to understand natural things, and the spiritual intelligence to understand spiritual things. "You are the teacher of Israel, and you don't know these things! "(John 3:10) The carnal cannot grasp the spiritual. An intellectual will never be a believer. A believer is someone who did not need to touch, to grasp the thing, like Abraham did. Abraham went up on the mountain to sacrifice his son. But he said to his servants, "We will go up and we will come back". Abraham had faith in God, he knew that God could resurrect his son. "(Hebrews 10:38) The believer lives by faith. Faith is a firm assurance. Nicodemus reasoned, so he did not grasp it. Nicodemus trembled when Jesus told him that he had to be born again.
Nicodemus recognized the hand of the Lord through Jesus. When Jesus speaks, life comes out because the Word of God has life in it. Nicodemus then looked at his condition, he was old. But Abraham "hoped against all hope, and believed, so that he might become the father of many nations, according to that which was spoken to him, 'This will be your seed. And without weakening in faith, he did not consider that his body was already worn out, for he was almost a hundred years old, and that Sarah was no longer able to bear children. "(Romans 4:18-19) Nicodemus wanted to show Jesus that this was not possible. Nicodemus was a Pharisee leader, he wanted to show that he had knowledge. Logically, he was right. The human thought of Nicodemus in his reasoning could not grasp the thought of God. Looking back over the years, Abraham could have doubted, but he hoped against all hope, 25 years! There are 2 possibilities here.
In the verse, the natural man has the capacity for natural thinking, but the spiritual man has the capacity for spiritual thinking. Abraham believed in the promise made to him by the God who created the Earth. He believed he was strengthened by faith.
Nicodemus had the knowledge and tried to make the Lord ridiculous. But the Lord spoke to him as to a child.
2 Timothy 4:1-3
We have arrived in these times when apostasy is manifesting itself, that is to say, we no longer have anything to do with the Word of God. We prefer folklore. It is a seed without a germ of life. Laodicea: "Because you say, 'I am rich, I have become rich, and I need nothing, and because you do not know that you are unhappy, miserable, poor, blind and naked. "(Revelation 3:17) You think you are rich, you think you have received everything. This is spiritual pride.
Revelation 3:14-18 / Isaiah 29:11-13
Today, churches make noise, pray, praise the Lord, but the Lord does not like it there. They are actors in the eyes of the Lord. God is the God of His Word, He is truly wise. "How long will you belly down on both sides? "(1 Kings 18:21) There is a mixture: the world has entered the church. Pride has risen. We don't even want to listen to what the Lord has to say anymore.
1 John 2:15-17
2 Timothy 4: 1-4
There will always be preachers to preach what people want, but it is not about God. Children of God are led by the Spirit of God. God is still taking back today for your salvation. He leads you and brings you back to His Word to Him. "I want, I want," but the Children of God accept, rebuke and want to conform to the Holy Scriptures. To believe a lie, one must refuse the Truth. God watches over His Word. They can preach anything, but the Truth will always reach its goal. "This good news of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness to all nations. Then will come the end. "(Matthew 24:14) No one will be able to say, I did not know. Today we want to have the life-giving seed.