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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.

Blessing Part 11
Contributed by Jerral Campfield   
Wednesday, 19 October 2005

I certainly want all to know who read what I’ve written the Lord speaks to me and I am responsible for what I say. I am blessed and that is what I want to share with others as we study the Bible together. I hope your understanding more fully Ephesians 1:12 That we (Jews) (then us Gentiles) should be to the praise of his glory, who first trusted in Christ. That is the privilege we have as parents as we see our kids accomplishments in everyday life. Do we glory in the fact they are our kids, or that we are the parents?

J. Vernon McGee’s Thru The Bible said, “God does not exist to satisfy the whim and wish of the believer. The believer exists for the glory of God. When the believer is in the center of the will of God, he is living a life of fullness and of satisfaction and of joy. That will deliver you from the hands of psychologists, friend. But when you are not in the will of God, there is trouble brewing for you. Living in God’s will adds purpose and meaning to life: we are going to be for the praise of His glory.”

Blessings Part 10
Contributed by Jerral Campfield   
Saturday, 15 October 2005

Are we really seeing all that the Lord has blessed us with, in the package of salvation? Spiritual Blessings, chosen us, predestined us, adopted us, made us accepted, redeemed us, forgives us and now we look at  verse 11 In whom also we have obtained an inheritance, being predestinated according to the purpose of him who worketh all things after the counsel of his own will:

Who do we have faith in God, or Satan? Who has chosen us and called us unto Himself? How do you obtain anything?  Is it not work just to have faith in God for deliverance of sin?  That is having the ability to just say NO! Resisting is more difficult to day, for we hearing you have to listen to authority. Who’s authority, mans or Gods?

Yes, God created us for His glory and said, just do not eat of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. He created us so we would learn to obey, and since we didn’t He came with a purpose of dieing for our sins, we could not do it. God gave Jesus power to endure the shame and take upon Himself the sins of the world. Notice if we believe, the promises are ours if we are obedient. God predestined all the world be saved, but few are chosen because more do not want any help of any kind.

Blessings Part 9
Contributed by Jerral Campfield   
Monday, 10 October 2005

Could it be we are living in the time Paul was talking about in verse 10 this is going to be the blessing of blessing? 10 That in the dispensation of the fulness of times he might gather together in one all things in Christ, both which are in heaven, and which are on earth; even in him:

Dispensation of the fullness of time refers to the end of time as we know it on planet earth. ).—Jamieson-Fausset-Brown Bible Commentary  Verse 10. Translate, “Unto the dispensation of the fulness of the times,” that is, “which He purposed in Himself” (Eph 1:9) with a view to the economy of (the gracious administration belonging to) the fulness of the times (Greek, “fit times,” “seasons”). More comprehensive than “the fulness of the time” (Ga 4:4). The whole of the Gospel times (plural) is meant, with the benefits to the Church dispensed in them severally and successively. Compare “the ages to come” (Eph 2:7). “The ends of the ages” (Greek, 1Co 10:11); “the times (same Greek as here, ‘the seasons,’ or ‘fitly appointed times’) of the Gentiles” (Lu 21:24); “the seasons which the Father hath put in His own power” (Ac 1:7); “the times of restitution of all things which God hath spoken by the prophets since the world began” (Ac 3:20, 21). The coming of Jesus at the first advent, “in the fulness of time,” was one of these “times.” The descent of the Holy Ghost, “when Pentecost was fully come” (Ac 2:1), was another. The testimony given by the apostles to Him “in due time” (“in its own seasons,” Greek) (1Ti 2:6) was another. The conversion of the Jews “when the times of the Gentiles are fulfilled,” the second coming of Christ, the “restitution of all things,” the millennial kingdom, the new heaven and earth, shall be severally instances of “the dispensation of the fulness of the times,” that is, “the dispensation of” the Gospel events and benefits belonging to their respective “times,” when severally filled up or completed. God the Father, according to His own good pleasure and purpose, is the Dispenser both of the Gospel benefits and of their several fitting times (Ac 1:7).”

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