The Corinthian Challenge | Part 2

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Father, we pray that as Your servant Paul prayed that we too will re-represent heaven here on earth in demonstration of the Spirit and of His Power according to Your divine Wisdom so that our faith will not be in the wisdom of men, but in Your Power.

Father, we thank You, for “eye has not seen, nor ear heard, nor have entered into our hearts the things that You have prepared for us who love You,” for You have revealed Yourself to us through Your Spirit who searches all things.

Father, Deep calls unto deep and at the sound of Your voice, and by the power of Your Spirit, mysteries are revealed to those of us who choose by our own free will to spend the necessary time with You to discern those spiritual things which can only come by the revelation of Your Spirit.

Father, we thank You, for when we seek You for the mind of Your Son, Jesus Christ, You, by Your Spirit who knows what Your will is, will instruct us in the way we should go.

Father, we thank You, that as one plants, another waters, but only You can give the increase according to Your grace, for there is only one sure Foundation upon which Your Church can be built upon which is through faith in Christ Jesus our Lord.

Father, help us to walk humbly before You, for the ways of the world are at odds with You. Father, the wisdom of men will fail as it is only temporal, but Your wisdom will never fail us, because Your wisdom that comes from above and is eternal.

Father, help us to understand the spiritual principle that it is better to be a fool for Christ so we then can become wise in Christ, and when we are weak, Your grace is sufficient for us.

Father, as we draw nearer to the end of days, help us as Your people to endure the hardship and trials that are ahead. Give us the strength to stand our ground regardless of the persecutions that are taking place worldwide against us.

Father, help us to forgive so we may be forgiven. Help us to bless and not to curse, and help us most of all to remain pure in thought, word, and deed as the the days draw near to our Savior’s return.

Father, help us to discern the true from the false, the good from what is evil, and help us most of all to remain diligent in the faith regardless or what man may say, for Your eternal glory we pray, in Jesus’ Name, Amen.

The above message has been adapted from the First Book of Corinthians, Chapter 2 – 6, in conjunction with: the New King James Version®. Copyright © 1982 by Thomas Nelson.

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. Reblogged this on Uniquely Designed Individuals and commented:

    Pauline wrote: “Father, help us to forgive so we may be forgiven. Help us to bless and not to curse, and help us most of all to remain pure in thought, word, and deed as the the days draw near to our Savior’s return.”

    “Father, help us to discern the true from the false, the good from what is evil, and help us most of all to remain diligent in the faith regardless or what man may say, for Your eternal glory we pray, in Jesus’ Name, Amen.”

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  2. Good word, Aaron.
    Thanks,

    Ron

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