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Regeneration: Moving From More General Truths to More Specific Truths (Judges 2:8-23, Mark 16:12-20)

David MillarDavid Millar, June 8, 2014
Part of the The Book of Judges series, being a Sunday Morning service presentation.

In this sermon we consider the continual backsliding of the Israelites in the book of Judges and how it illustrates the processes involved in coming to see the true nature of our own proprial (ego) states through inner reflection which is necessary prior to being able to be set free from them. These processes are facilitated through a progressive move from a more general understanding of spiritual truths into an understanding that is specifically targeted toward the work of inner development.

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  1. Tim Hussey says:

    Hi David, I really enjoyed this message. “The quality of our thoughts and effection’s is what matters” ” We need the Lord who stands outside us to see the impurities”

    I love that Lord will keep addresses impurities until they are exposed and brought to the surface. I pray that God will bring the ‘Dross’ to the surface and shine light into the dark areas in my own heart, mind and soul to recover from past hurts, scars and pain.

    I have now structured my daily devotional time to spend longer and be more delibrate in my prayer life each day. This process takes around 40mins, but I find it to be much more powerful and helpful for my mind, heart and soul.

    1. Read Scripture
    2. Memorize text
    3. Worship the Lord
    4. Thank the Lord for what he has done in my life
    5. Confess my Sins
    6. Accept Forgiveness
    7. Pray with the Spirit
    8. Pray for the needs of others
    9. Pray for my own needs
    10. Pray for daily guidance

    God Bless,

    Tim

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