Posts Tagged ‘Dan Mohler’
Dear friends, because our God has already dealt with the old man we used to be and resurrected us as a new man in Christ, our role is to stay dead to the things of the old man. We do not have any need to go digging up areas of our life and past lives to fix our issues of now. The good news is the more we grab hold of the truth now those places of unrenewed self will automatically get exposed. We can then crush its voice and habits. All the other ways other than taking hold of the truth will surely get us focusing on our own selves and make us give justifications to why we are not the way we are supposed to be in God. This life in Christ is supposed to keep us encouraged in Him at every moment of our lives. If that is not our experience of everyday then we are certainly not living in the truth. Here is a helpful teaching by Pastor Dan Mohler which make us understand the message of this post. Be blessed!
How many of you have felt bad about having done something you knew you shouldn’t have ? The fact that you feel so bad about it shows that you at least care now whereas before you couldn’t care less. This is not to gain permission to keep doing that but rather an opportunity to give the rightful place to the power of the gospel to dominate that weakness. What is the point of feeling bad anyway ? The reals solution is in this : let the weak say I am strong. Let mercy triumph judgement. Listen to this teaching by Pastor Dan Mohler who explains the righteous judgement of God when He is looking at you and how we are look at one another through the same eyes. Enjoy!
Often times because of a problem in our lives, may it be a situation at work or fleshly behavior that we see in us or issues with spouse or children, we go into our prayer time with Father problem minded and we come out problem minded and we keep living problem minded. There is no avenue for faith to operate. But if instead we speak to Father answer conscious or solution minded we are able to release faith and He can then work on that. This is in regard to how we remain problem conscious in our prayers but for more on how we can pray check out this interview of Pastor Dan Mohler where he discusses this aspect in great detail.