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Hello my name is Jerral Campfield and this web site is dedicated to Moral Recognition Therapy using Biblical principles. Please come back often to join me in understanding Gods hands are outstretched still to forgive.

My Thoughts from the Coalition Meeting in White Swan Wa at the High School Gym
Contributed by Jerral Campfield   
Saturday, 30 June 2018

There is a right and wrong and it is the wrong that is killing the ability to communicate in such a way as to become better so we do not get bitter with the past present or future. I saw this today Tuesday 26that 10 am to 4 pm at the Coalition meeting at White Swan were two Indian ladies seem to feel like they were the only ones that had a testimony of something good that was happening and they suffered the most. Yes. they were passionate about what they went through living on the reservation that is full of wrongs and yet they felt like they had more truth than anyone else and took charge of the meeting at the last. I had to leave because of another appointment. 
We wonder what can be done for our Youth and children to give them the ability to be civil and productive as citizens? It seems like many where in agreement it is going to take a united effort by parents, schools and the community to make sure we respect accountability for our actions and attitudes as citizens. We have an overbearing evil with Drugs, alcohol, suicide, bullying, sexual deviancy, and dysfunctional parenting combine to destroy the good mental health of our children and youth now and in the future. 
We were told there is no right or wrong and we need to be patient with grace and understand before responding. Yet wanting everyone to participate in the task with questions even tough ones. 
This all sounds good, I say help us to understand if we do not know the difference between right and wrong we are not going to solve any problems, but make thing worse to where everyone becomes disappointed, expecting Government to intervene. Government is by the people for the people not by government for people. We are seeing lawlessness right here in our area when someone can be arrested 70 times and still being free to be arrested again. Something is wrong. We need one law that all can agree with regardless of tradition, culture, race or religious persuasion. 

Romans 7
Contributed by Jerral Campfield   
Friday, 22 June 2018

Romans 7 New King James Version (NKJV)
Freed from the Law as we are sanctified 
Or do you not know, brethren (for I speak to those who know the law), that the law [a]has dominion over a man as long as he lives? Thank the Lord for the laws God put in place that gives us civility in life regardless of the laws man places upon us. We have seen Communism want to rule the people under them. We are seeing Buddha wants to control people by their laws of doctrine and we are seeing the Muslim world wanting to control all who are under their religious spill. The Lords laws are considerate of life for all for it is justice for all and no respecter of persons.  We are under grace that. requires we be holy and God promises us strength to do what He commands and forgives us when we ask forgiveness. So we are under a covenant of Grace not of works. We serve a new master Jesus Himself God and the Holy Spirit.  For the woman who has a husband is bound by the law to her husband as long as he lives. But if the husband dies, she is released from the law of her husband. Our first law was to the law according to our marriage, which is binding until death. When we die we are no longer under any law for now the law we accept, is either benefiting us or is a curse to us depending on who we are married to God, or the world? So then if, while her husband lives, she marries another man, she will be called an adulteress; but if her husband dies, she is free from that law, so that she is no adulteress, though she has married another man. Thank the Lord for order with in marriage that keeps us under God grace while we are alive, not living in sins domain.  Therefore, my brethren, you also have become dead to the law through the body of Christ, that you may be married to another—to Him who was raised from the dead, that we should bear fruit to God. Here we are again covered by God grace when our mates pass away to remarry without sinning, so life can continue being a blessing.  For when we were in the flesh, the sinful passions which were aroused by the law were at work in our members to bear fruit to death. The flesh operates in the carnal state, under the power of sins corruption. That is doing things that we want without thinking of God will, so evil becomes like a stream that is swelling higher and begins to rage becoming out of control. We embrace sin by loving it and devoted to it to please it. Its has become a law of sin that. bring disappointment and depression that lowers oneself esteem. James says in 1:15 Then when desire has conceived, it gives birth to sin, and sin, when it is full-grown, brings forth death. But now we have been delivered from the law, having died to what we were held by, so that we should serve in the newness of the Spirit and not in the oldness of the letter. Now we are seeing a change of behavior and attitude for the simple reason we are born again and wanting Gods will to be done, the law has not changed but we are empowered to obey God will as we abide in Him. We are obedient to the Lord like the wife is obedient to the Husband. We are not married to the things of the world but keep trusting and loving our creator God so we can be fruitful and have plenty of Righteousness and is good and pure for the body. Which is a product of our union with Christ we belong to the family of Gods. It is in Christ that we are created unto good works and peace. This is a new marriage one that gets better and better the older one get in life. For God is always providing what we need so we can rest in His loving arms to be empowered to love others and pray for our enemies.
Sin’s Advantage in the Law
What shall we say then? Is the law sin? Certainly not! On the contrary, I would not have known sin except through the law. For I would not have known covetousness unless the law had said, “You shall not covet.” What a revelation of who we are trusting in to become like Him, so we are not bound to sin, but are free from sins ugliness. It is the law that points us to Gods will. Then we want to be involved with God demands of holiness which He encourages, for without holiness we will not see God. It is the Lords way, truth and life that is right for all mankind. It is the spiritual that is more important then the soul and body. For who we worship, reverence, have faith and hope in to answer our prays that is able to take care of our conscience, imagination, reason memory and affections to where we are able to see the bodies eyes, ears, mouth, taste buds have the feelings of good mental health. We are seeing people having no direction no hope as Satan is deceiving even those apart of the Churches around the world. We have two different types of people saved and unsaved, lost and found, evil and good, becoming like the Lord or being like Satan. So Paul is showing us the soul and how it is of most importance. Other laws forbid compassing and imagining Godliness, which is treason in the heart, if we do not repent of wrong imaginations, reasons, consciences, memory of evil and having feeling for those who are lost. We would of not known sin unless we had a law. For straight reveal the crooked, as the wrong reveal the right. We need to see the difference between lust for wrong and hunger for the word of God. He Paul uses the word covet. People lust for another drink, another sexual experience with another, another hit on media, another thrill that is even greater and faster than the last. We are still blind tol the original sin, God said, do not eat, man saw, desired, took ate and gave and then all had to hide. Lord reveal to us the laws of God, let it be the school master teacher that bring us to You oh Lord. Sin is being and accepting the worse Satan has to give.    

The Power of the Holy Spirit all Father need today
Contributed by Jerral Campfield   
Friday, 15 June 2018

I am posting this for as a Father I am so thankful for the way the Holy Spirit has guide me throughout my life while in High School and being married 61 years having four boys. I am so thankful for the evidence of the Holy Spirit in my life while working in the woods on the Yakama Indian Reservation for 10 years, farming for 15 Ministry 36 years 4 in Onalaska, 13 in San Fernando, Acton CA and Lancaster CA., 10 in Yakima working with the Yakima Sheriff’s Department as a Chaplain then 9 years as the minister in Harrah WA at the Harrah Assembly of God. 

I was saved at 12 and filled with the Holy Spirit shortly after and know what it is like to speak in other tongues and see people slain in the spirit falling to the ground without a catcher and no one getting hurt. Seeing people laugh in the Spirit as they were so happy they could not contain themselves. So being a Pentecostal I have seen the wild fire water in control and out of control as they did what they wanted to do without the Holy Spirit guiding and leading them. 
The question asked of Pastor Dawson MacAllister is very powerful. For I to feel his answer is very good.
Q. The Bible talks about being led by the Holy Spirit. Can you tell me how the Holy Spirit works in my life?
A. I'm glad you're interested in the Holy Spirit, because it's impossible to follow God unless we are led by the Spirit. And the only way to be led by the Spirit is to follow God's command to be filled by the Spirit (Ephesians 5:18). Interestingly, God contrasts being filled with the Spirit with being drunk. Somebody who is drunk with wine or alcohol is controlled by and consumed by alcohol. But somebody who is "drunk in the Spirit" is controlled and consumed by the Spirit, who helps us live holy lives.
How are we filled with the Spirit? The Holy Spirit entered you when you decided to give your life to Christ, to become a Christian. But we need to continually ask the Holy Spirit to lead us, to guide us, to help us do the things God wants us to do. When we're growing as Christians, we should allow the Spirit to take control over more and more areas of our lives.
The Holy Spirit plays many roles. You can read about some of them in these passages: John 14:15-27, John 16:5-15, Romans 8:1-17, Galatians 5:16-26.
In John 14, for example, Jesus says the Holy Spirit will comfort us when we're hurting. "I will not leave you as orphans," Jesus says (14:18), promising that the Spirit will bring us peace (14:27).
Jesus also says the Spirit will help us recall the things we've learned about God (14:26)—which also means the Spirit will help us when we tell others about our faith.
In John 16, Jesus refers to the Spirit as a "Counselor" who will guide us in our everyday lives. One way he'll guide us is by convicting us of sin (16:8). And this is really a good thing: God wants us to get rid of the things that displease him, and the only way to identify those things is to be convicted by the Spirit. The Spirit works through our conscience to make us aware of sin in our lives.



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