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The blessed life starts with what you are not and what you do not do. We are taught that being blessed is more about putting a stop to bad habits, than it is perfecting the good ones you already have. This series discusses what it means to be blessed and what it means when we aren’t seeing the blessings, that we should be, in our life.
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Psalm 1 is an introduction to the whole book of Psalms. And as such, it is a perfect embodiment of the whole book in general. The book of Psalms deals with our relationship with God and Psalm 1 is a positive statement of the benefits of this relationship. [ read more...]Psalms 1:1-6
Ungodly means one who is unsettled, who aims at no certain end, and who walks by no certain rule; he who has subtly rejected Gods’ authority over his life; impious. Because of this, he is at the command of every lust, and at the beck and call of every temptation. [ read more...]Psalms 1:1-6
The blessed man is not just blessed, but has available all spiritual blessings. It is the state of prosperity or happiness that comes when a superior bestows his favor on someone. The state the blessed one enjoys does not always appear to be “happy” as we would define happiness. [ read more...]Psalms 1:1-3
A Blessed Man has chosen God’s Word as the guide for his life. The result of the choice is that the Word has guided him to a growing relationship with God. The Blessed Man’s relationship with God not only satisfies his own needs but also enables his life to become a channel or flow like the irrigation canals, which bring the same life-giving flow to others, turning their deserts into gardens. [ read more...]Psalms 1:3-0
To be planted implies that we have roots. “To root” means to become firmly established, settled, or entrenched; to be deeply anchored. Roots go down, that the tree may go up. The further down they go, the safer it is for the tree to go up. [ read more...]Psalms 1:3-0
Our relationship with God helps fit our character to the season and sphere in which we live, enabling us to produce fruit. God creates each one of us to fit into a specific set of circumstances and to be able to influence a specific group of people in order to affect them for the Kingdom of God. He makes us fruitful according to the times and circumstances of our lives. [ read more...]Psalms 1:3-3
The Fruit of the Spirit is the visible manifestation of the invisible life of the Holy Spirit at work in us. The degree to which we submit ourselves to God, respond to His influence, and maintain a growing relationship with Him determines the degree to which the Fruit of the Spirit will be evidenced in our lives. The Lord longs for us to remain in His presence and maintain continuing fellowship with Him. [ read more...]Psalms 1:3-3
The faith and trust of the faithfulness of the Blessed Man in his relationship with God helps in the process whereby the spiritual man is fed. The leaf depends on the root for life-giving moisture; the tree would die if the leaves did not convert that water to food. Faith in God causes the water of the Spirit and the Word to be converted to food for our souls as the light of understanding and wisdom shines in our hearts. Even as oxygen, which man needs to live, is the by-product of the process that produces food for the tree, care and concern for the lost is the by-product of a healthy and growing relationship with God. [ read more...]Psalms 1:1-6
He blesses us by giving us a “true purpose.” No gain, no pleasure, nor just being saved is purpose enough to be considered blessed. The greatest blessing is just to do God’s Will. This is the supreme purpose in all of life. [ read more...]
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