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The Bible speaks of TWO kinds of life primarily: human and divine. Human life is governed from the outside in. Divine Life from the inside out. Paul tells you to ‘put on the NEW MAN who has been created in righteousness and true holiness’.
If you are saved, you are born again from above. If you are born again you are a new creation in Christ.
I am here to tell you what you have.
On my Zoe Radio Network broadcasts this week, I have been sharing the importance of understanding the Word. Jesus said in the Parable of the Sower that is a man hears the Word and ‘understands it not’, the wicked one comes IMMEDIATELY and STEALS AWAY the Word which was sown in his heart.
In doing an internet search on the three words above, interested in seeing how they are related and what the differences are between, I found this article. It is primarily a collection of Greek and Hebrew definitions for your study and meditation. God will give you insight into their differences and how each operates in your life to produce a relationship with Him that is full, rich and fruitful.
Here is an excerpt from the article and then a link to it:
Throughout the Scriptures we find that there are three key words that are often linked together. Those words are wisdom, understanding and knowledge. They are necessary words for us to understand if we are going to faithfully serve the Lord here on earth. The following is written to help us to understand more clearly these words and what they can do for us when they are operating in our lives. Please note that there is a natural wisdom, understanding and knowledge, and there is a spiritual wisdom, understanding and knowledge. This message is focusing on the spiritual application of the words, for it is the spiritual aspect of these words that will make all the difference in our lives.
Spiritual things are just as real as material things. God is just as real a person as though He had a physical body, although He doesn’t. He is a Spirit. Jesus has a physical body now, a flesh and bone body, but not flesh and blood. After His resurrection He appeared to the disciples, and they thought it was a spirit or a ghost. Jesus said, “… handle me … for a spirit hath not flesh and bone …” (Luke 24:39).
On another occasion while Peter and some of the other disciples were fishing, they saw Jesus on the shore. He called to them, and they went to Him and ate with Him the fish He cooked there on an open fire. So He has a physical body right now, a resurrected flesh and bone body. And Jesus with His physical body now in heaven is not more real than the Holy Spirit or God the Father is real.
Notice that we do not say God is spirit, but rather that God is a Spirit. Some people think that God is spirit, meaning some sort of an impersonal influence. Even though we say that God is a Spirit, that doesn’t mean that He doesn’t have a shape or a form in the spiritual realm, because He does. Angels are spirits, yet angels have a form or a spirit body.
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Also see Pt. 1 notes: