The Peace of God, Louise and Mallie, Wed. August 24, 2022

Louise and Mallie, Wed. August 24, on the peace of God.
In the New Testament “peace” is mentioned over 100 times.
What is peace?
Is described in various ways:
1. a state of tranquility or contentment
And here are some places in Scripture where “peace” appears:
Matthew 10:13 when Jesus sent seventy of his disciples out among the people.
Matt. 10:24 when Jesus speaks of “peace on earth.”
Mat 4:39 when Jesus is on a boat in a storm. Jesus spoke Peace, be still! to the storm and it subsided.
Mark 9:50
Luke 7: 36-50 “Your faith has saved you, go in peace.”
Lue 8:48 “Your faith has made you whole, go in peace.”
John 14:27
John 15:33
John 20:19
Romans 2:10
Romans 3:1
Romans 8:6
Romans 14:14, 14:19

Louise Teaching on Receiving Your Healing, Friday August 12 2022

Louise teaching on Receiving Your Healing, Friday August 12 2022. The broad subject is Divine Healing, and Louise is teaching more on healing in this sermonette, especially, “so you act on its promises.” See Matthew 8:16

16 “When evening came, many who were demon-possessed were brought to him, and he drove out the spirits with a word and healed all the sick.”

What Christ did for us on the Cross–the Atonement–and healing is prophesied in the Old Testament. See, for example, Leviticus 16:24

24 “He shall bathe himself with water in the sanctuary area and put on his regular garments. Then he shall come out and sacrifice the burnt offering for himself and the burnt offering for the people, to make atonement for himself and for the people.”

In Matthew Jesus specifically teaches us that he bore our sicknesses in the Atonement.

Jesus healing a blind man.

Today we tend to live in a “sense” world, like the Apostle Thomas who wouldn’t believe that Jesus had risen from the grave until he actually saw Jesus for himself.

Then Louise told of some personal experiences, that she’s been going through in dealing with symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis in her hand. She understands that Jesus already healed us in his atoning sacrifice on the Cross. “I am a healed persen refusing sickness,” Louise summarized her learning, and leaning, on Jesus.

When you receive Jesus by faith, you are saved across the entire board of our experiences and lives. When you talk about salvation, for example, you are talking about the whole person, not only your Spirit, but your body and soul.

You have to renew your spirit and your body daily. In other words, stay in the Word, studying and applying it daily.

This week she went to her doctor. Her doctor, a woman with a distinguished pedigree in medicine and well recommended, told Louise about the various types of arthritis, etc. The first doctor she had seen, a month or so ago, in another office, another city was all gloom and doom. But her new doctor at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Birmingham told her, as part of her analysis, “this may very well go away in time.”

God wants Louise healed and has provided for her healing by the Atonement and promises of Jesus. This may take time, and Louise used the “healing bootcamp” metaphor. Like soldiers, and sailors, and Marines in bootcamp, you are being programmed and are in a process. She has been healed, but the symptoms may only gradually be extinguished. Faith has action. And in summary, Louise made four points:

  1. Identify your problem
  2. Speak to it
  3. Take authority over it
  4. Quit judging your process by symptoms

Louise Teaching on Atonement, Part 2, Monday July 26, 2002

Louis teaching on the Atonement, Part 2 of two parts. Started with an allegory of planting the seed and the ground you plant it on. What kind of ground are you?
Then a story of a Sunday School lesson years ago about a 5 year old who died. How to explain this? The general consensus–all wrong–was it was God’s will to teach us all a lesson, or lessons. Louise challenged this interpretation which usually was invoked with the phrase, “well, if it be God’s will to take this child, then so be it.”
That kind of thinking will kill your faith and belief in the infinite goodness of God. God has never used illness or death to teach us anything.”

Louise, On the Love Walk, Part 2, July 9, 2022

Let’s start with Jone 15:9-10: “As the Father has loved me, so have I loved you. Now remain in my love. 10 If you keep my commands, you will remain in my love, just as I have kept my Father’s commands and remain in his love. ”

Talking about the love walk. Abide in his love, important.

When you love another as I have loved you. Love has a lot to do with getting your prayers answered. The “love walk” is among the most important.

“The fruit of the spirit is love. See Galatians 5:22-23: 22 But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, 23 gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law. Love is the character of God

Louise uses the metaphor of an orange. There are segments, which represent the fruits of the Spirit, among them, peace, long suffering
(are you silent, or loud in describing your long suffering in love), kindness (is an active act)goodness, morality, wholeness, and faithfullness.

Ministers today are afraid to preach the whole truth or word of God, not just wanting to make your congregation feel good. They fail to address such subjects as homosexuality, etc.

Or, how about girls dressing like hookers, and the subjects of drinking and drugs.

Parents, the above problems are YOUR problems!

Morality is part of the walk of faith.

What NEEDS to be taught in church is NOT being taught. Parents need to step up to the plate.

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