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Watching for Distractions that Steal Us from Jesus – Your Identity In Christ (149) – July 9 2022

We all want to be on the best path in life. The Word of God, Jesus Himself, is The Way, The Truth and The Life. Without Him we can do nothing. Without Him we cannot be on the best path. The devil therefore lures us to more familiar activities and distractions. We get to choose what we should watch, listen to, and who to be around. Our soul is being affected in a positive or negative way, moment by moment every day.

Our old carnal way is what we are used to. It is what we used to enjoy. Things are different now that we are born again but the old man that died can be resurrected if we do not guard our mind from becoming re-conformed to the world (Romans 12:2 warns us against this.) Therefore there is a constant battle for our attention. Both God and Satan want our focus. God, for our own good because He loves us and knows the dangers of you slipping back into Satan’s darkness. Satan wants to keep you from becoming transformed by understanding the Truth of the Word of God. Hence, the choice each hour, each minute is yours. What will you feed your soul? The World or The Truth so that you can be transformed into the person God created you to be?

This program covers the following Scriptures from the Amplified Classic version (AMPC): Colossians 3:1-7; Ephesians 4:10-13; Mark 11:23; Proverbs 18:21; John 15; Mark 16; Matthew 28; Hosea 4:6; Matthew 7:21-27; Psalm 119:105; Romans 8:6-7.

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