Have you forgiven from your heart? When you forgive from the heart you’re not holding that thing against them any longer. You can’t have brotherly kindness for someone if you haven’t forgiven from your heart.
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Service Notes For Sunday South Carolina 2020-02-16
- Angie Perry
- Steve Atherton
- Matthew 18:21-35, Matthew 20:1-16, 2 Peter 1:1-9, John 17
- We’re all the same and owe the same debt, the only difference in those who are His is Jesus Christ. Who are you to hold the debt against anyone else? If you are in Christ, your debt has been paid, you simply need to show others so they also can have theirs paid.
- You can’t see spiritual things in the natural and unless you’re in Christ you’re in the natural.
- Have you forgiven from your heart? When you forgive from the heart you’re not holding that thing against them any longer. You can’t have brotherly kindness for someone if you haven’t forgiven from your heart.
- In order to minister unto others in a manner that will be pleasing to the Lord you have to get over yourself.
- Forgiving from the heart is liberating to you. When you are liberated you can liberate another.
- You can’t operate in the position you’re called into without power.
- To be a partaker of the divine nature you must give up your carnal nature.
- It doesn’t matter who you are, you don’t have to be hung up about who you are, it’s about who He is.
- Just as it is a militant act to forgive from the heart, it is a militant act to escape the corruption that is in the world through lust.
- Embrace the militant nature of what the walk of faith is.