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Friends, if a house must first have a foundation and be built up before it can hold other floors above it, why should we think that we are dependable for others if we are not strong in God? How can we truly help others conquer their battles if we are weak in our characters? How can weak and ineffective person be a blessing to ministries, friendships, work environment and marriages ? Many times we hasten to enter into people’s lives to help them whereas we haven’t helped ourselves get strong first. Think about it! If we are not building our own lives on God’s word which is firm and never shaking then how can we help others stand if they help? Will we give them false foundations instead?

Oh lover of my soul pull me in Your arms forever
It’s You and You alone burning in my heart
Oh lover of my soul You’re my one true love
Every breath is Yours hear my greatest song
I love You Lord, I love You Lord
Jesus, all my heart belongs, to You
Jesus, every heartbeat longs, for You

When a vegetable gets dipped into vinegar its nature changes so much that it carries a taste somewhere between the cucumber and the vinegar. That is the description of baptism. If we indeed have been baptized with Jesus into His death we have died to the old man we used to be. Our nature itself changes as a result of being baptized into Jesus. Following Jesus then is easy, it is simply denying oneself, picking up his or her own cross and following Jesus. As we submit to Jesus as the Lord of our lives we can truly submit to one another. Enjoy this teaching by sister Chelsea from JGLM. Be blessed!

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