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06 NEW LIFE 3.08.1999

NEW LIFE

3.08.1999

 

I will talk about what we sang. Maybe the Lord wants us to stay there. I will be talking about the fact that Christ is life and death is profit. I want to talk about what must fill our entire interior. The Lord is so good. Only thanks to Him can we do it today, we can be here and talk about Him. Only thanks to him. I would like to pay tribute and glory to Him that we are here, that we can be here, that we can talk to each other, that God has led us to stand here to preach the Word to you and to listen to you now and pass it on. . I am grateful to Him for the fact that He cares for each of us, that, as He shows in His Holy Spirit, we are so close to Him. So close.

         I cannot find it in myself and so I asked the Lord: "God, do it inside", this enormous longing to help each of you. I know how much I need Him, that the Lord may be glorified, that He may be exalted, that we may think and speak of Him, we can experience it, who He is for us, so that He would not be a dry food and a drink that has no taste, that it would be the best food for us, the tastiest, and that this blood would be a refreshing drink for us. I thank him for that he is interested in this. He is so interested that there will be no empty speaking, empty listening. There is nothing to overflow from empty to empty. And here the more that the Word of God is preached. It must reach, It must to move, It must do what is so dear to the Lord.

         I want to read from the Gospel of John, chapter 12, verses 24:25. As long as you can listen, I will only want to talk to you. You are close to me through the blood of Jesus.

         “Truly, truly, I say to you, if a grain of wheat that falls into the ground does not die, it remains a single grain; but if it dies, it bears much fruit. Whoever loves his life will lose it, and whoever hates his life in this world will keep it for eternal life. "

I am reading the words of Jesus. He said it. I can repeat it with him. Anyone can understand them. They are simple and clear. Jesus said that if one does not die, it will remain just a single seed and nothing else. But if it dies, it will bear much fruit. If you don't hate your life on this earth, you will lose it. If you hate, you will gain them. These are the words of Jesus. I don't want to try to wisely transform them into today's century and the way people think today. I do not want to change the Words of Christ just because different things and different teachings instilled in people are circulating on this earth. How often, unfortunately, they put a man on a pedestal, and not on Christ. It is man's salvation, not Christ. It is man to do this for God, not Christ.

That is why I want to talk about it - "Not I, but Christ. I no longer live, but Christ lives in me." We sang this song and it was so good that we would see the powerful words we sang. "He is my weapon, my armor, my sword, my strength" - this Christ.

The Lord Jesus says: "and whoever hates his life in this world will keep it for eternal life". How one must recognize how terrible it is towards God, this life which does not want to serve God, this life which does not want to be with God. If anyone does not hate this life, he will lose an eternal one. This is true. You can't be a split soul, you can't run between the world and the Lord, you just can't. God's love wants to have us completely to himself. We read in the First Letter of John that she only comes to perfection in us, when she has a complete place in us, when she can win us over for herself. Our God doesn't pull us with some things. He attracts us with his love so that we trust him that this is the best way out for us. Many people have already left this earth, have passed away with some human science. They left and today they cannot come back. Human science cannot change the human interior. It has to be done by Jesus.

The apostle Paul said that the death of Jesus does His work in me and the life of Jesus in you who surround me. We must go out to one another through the life of Jesus, not through our lives. Our life must die. Ours is unfortunately rash, unfortunately it is greedy, unfortunately it is thinking about being at the top. The life of Christ is to humble oneself, to approach me in silence, in humility, to win for the Father.

         We want Jesus, we want His life in us for each other, but His death must kill us, He must remove us. We are no longer to know each other according to the flesh. I can quote many texts that show these verses - we are to know ourselves according to Christ. We can say what we want, we can tell what beautiful things are. If we do not accept it, we will talk to the wind. It may even be a beautiful song, but it will be like a prophet - they listened and said he sang beautifully and went away to continue living in their own way. It won't do anything.

How important it is that we see that this is possible because of God's love. I don't even know what words to use to represent it. I know that I can only count on the work of the Holy Spirit, who is behind this Word, who gathered it on the pages of the Bible and said: "This is the Word of God, listen to Him." This is the Word of God. Act according to him, keep it in your heart, give God your heart for the Word of God, give Him that He will do what He said. Let Him do His work in you. Let Him do it by giving Him your life. Jesus said if you don't hate, you won't.

         We need to see why we are to hate our lives. It is not fit for the kingdom of God, so we are to hate it. And not in the sense that I am to hate this body, but in the sense of this life on earth, these things, these lusts, these desires, these aspirations that draw us away from Christ. We are to hate to be with Christ and to do only what is pleasing to Him. I will work, I will learn, I will do everything as I should, as much as the Lord will give me, because I am here today for Him.

         I want these words to work in us thanks to the Holy Spirit. That is why the Lord gave them to us.

“If anyone wants to serve me, let him follow me, and where I am, there also will my servant be; if anyone serves me, my Father will honor him. " John 12, 26.

         What powerful words. If anyone wants to be where Jesus is, let him follow Jesus, let his feet follow the Lord. There are many experiences there, many sufferings. I can even experience today that I thank God for adversity. They work for my good. All adversity works for my good. If any of you are against me, then you are working for my good, and I am praying for you that God will not harm you, that He will save you from it. But you still work for my good, because you bring me closer to God. When you bless me, you are my friend, and you also work for my good, but you are not in danger. You are not only an instrument, you are a child of God who collaborates and cooperates in the Church for good. But everything because I love my God works for my good. And I thank God that He teaches me this and makes me know it. When I hated my life here on this earth, He took it to do in me, in this body, whatever was needed so that this body could serve Him in righteousness. By this he rebukes, smacks, teaches, strengthens, nourishes and points to you as something very dear to him. Therefore, with fear and respect, I want to talk to you about all of this.

         I see how I need it even more, something is already being born inside more, but I see the need to go even more, even more in this direction, to find the best words that could show what is dear to the Father. I want the Holy Spirit to arrange these words in us so that they can flow to my brother, to my sister. Because the Word of God is also to be like honey, like medicine, also like a sword that cuts off various thoughts, because it is important. But it is also supposed to heal, to help, to lead us out of the slavery of lies. I want so badly that we look to the Father's love and admire the way He chose to do it for us.

         Life for a life as it is written in the Word of God. We give our lives to Jesus and He fills it with His. That is why the apostle Paul could have written in Galatians that I no longer live, but Christ lives in me. And he was very happy about it. He gave his life to Jesus and was content with everything Jesus did in him. He was ready to stand by Christ in any one matter. God was still working on him, letting him stoned, letting him no longer trust himself in anything, and letting the devil slap him so that he would not become proud. God cared for his servant completely, but in everything he worked for the good of Paul. And Paul knew he was safe in God's hands.

We must also be sure of safety. When we have given life to God, we must be sure that it is safe, because it is in the hands of the one who is love. He won't do anything carelessly. He wouldn't do anything so hastily, and he wouldn't have to undo it later. He will do everything perfectly, as in his Son. He is Almighty because He can do anything. Nobody will hinder Him in this work. May the Lord do this and let the Holy Spirit convince us to the Father and the Son, that He loves us, that they want to have us with them for eternity.

         Let them help us understand that there is also a time here that we can use to get to know the Lord even more. To experience even more how much we are surrounded by love, how much God cares about us. We said at the beginning that some people have had the miracle of being here instead of going to work. God wanted to gather us here. I want us to have a good time here with Him, one in which we will experience that He is genuinely interested in everything that happens to us, every second of our lives, every single thing we do. Praise God that you could also experience how he reached out to you, how he touched your heart. Let us be grateful to Him for this. He loves us, we are surrounded by His love, secured in His hands. Width, height, length, depth are defined by love in Christ Jesus. And God immersed us in this love. And what can harm us when we belong to God and our lives are given to Him? What can happen to us when we are immersed in love?

This love must prepare us for eternity, which is why God in love guides us in such a way that we feel more and more how much we need Him. That we would experience how much we want to do exactly as He likes it. More and more we experience the sluggishness of our actions, but also how He lifts us more and more. Thank God for that! This is life for life. A profitable exchange that only cost us a little bit of this world, and it cost Jesus to leave heaven and come here and take all our sins upon Himself. May the Lord sustain us. This is great news that Someone wanted to take us (we already talked about it).

         Let us turn to John 6:57:

         "As the Father who lives sent me, and I live because of the Father, so whoever eats me will live because of me."

 

         The Lord Jesus says: "as the Father who lives sent me, and I live because of the Father, so whoever eats me will live because of me." Through Jesus, he will live through him. In the Word of God we read that whoever has the Spirit of Christ is His. We read elsewhere that who Christ is in, there is life in that. If Christ lives in you, life also lives in you. A life worthy of God, a life that will lead you through all the trials and tests and you will not be disappointed in His life. Therefore, how good it is when we are filled with the Spirit of Christ who soothes us.

         The Lord Jesus tells us: "come to me, to my yoke, under my burden, and there, with me, you will learn meekness and humility". We can see that Jesus will never violate us, do anything malicious, He will never go. More than once you have to come back to Him in embarrassment and say, "Lord, I ran away." And through this you learn humility, to listen to Him. He doesn't accuse you, he doesn't destroy you, he just teaches you. With him you learn what is most important to you, because God shows grace to the humble, and His power is revealed in meekness. You learn the most important things for your life.

         Isn't that a good thing? Wasn't God really willing to do something very good with us that would be fit for eternity? Do we have what to love for? We have. We must get to know Him even more, so that what we are to love Him for may fill us through the Holy Spirit. May the Lord be glorified for this.

         John chapter 15. I want to talk about the life of Jesus in us. How much does this mean for us - Jesus in us? I also want to briefly mention how Jesus comes to us, how he fills us with himself. The Lord Jesus said these words:

         “I am the true vine, and my Father is the grower. He cuts off every branch that does not bear fruit in me, and cleans each branch that produces fruit, so that it may bear more fruit. You are already clean because of the word I have spoken to you; abide in me and I in you. As the branch of itself cannot bear fruit if it does not remain in the vine, so also you, if you do not remain in me. I am the vine, you are the branches. Whoever remains in me and I in him bears much fruit; because without me you can do nothing. " Ev. John 15: 1-5.

         That is why we need Jesus very much to be able to do anything. In 1 Corinthians it says that you can have gifts, revelations, perform signs, miracles, but if you do not have love, you are nothing. You are not fit for eternity with God. Jesus, only He is the one who is true love in God's eyes. If He fills us with Himself, He comes with the love of the Son to the Father, with the Father's love for the Son, with a love worthy of God who is Love.

         Therefore, let us open our entire interior to Him. But we have to do some things for Him for Him to come. He doesn't come when you just say with your mouth, "Lord come." It is not enough for this Lord. He still expects something more. Since he came, died on the cross, suffered the consequences of our sins, He also expects us to take certain steps, certain steps, giving us the opportunity to make these steps. By gaining faith for free, by recognizing that He was here, by having God's Word in our hands, He has given us opportunities to know under what conditions He will come to us.

         John 14: 21-23:

         “Whoever has my commandments and keeps them is the one who loves me; and whoever loves me, the Father will also love him, and I will love him and reveal myself to him. Judas, not Iscariot, said to him, Lord, what is it that you are to reveal yourself to us, and not to the world? Jesus answered and said to him, "If anyone loves me, he will keep my word, and my Father will love him, and we will come to him and make our home with him."

         If anyone keeps my word, then we will come and live. This is an important thing. I am telling you it is not worth losing eternal life by doing something that does not give us real moves towards Christ. The Lord gave us commandments so that He may come to us as to people who have entered into His commandments. He said: "Only then will I come when this house, thanks to the work of the Holy Spirit in you, thanks to faith and adherence to Me, will be ready to live with you." Are we ready to take this step, this condition? Fulfill his commandments, the commandments of love, the commandments to help each other.

          The Apostle Paul, although he wrote such a beautiful letter to the Ephesians from the beginning, in the following part he included in it such a powerful prayer - that Jesus, through faith, may dwell in your hearts. They were believers, they knew many things, but the apostle described to them exactly what God gave in Christ, what the Church looks like, and then also go to this prayer - so that Jesus by faith may dwell in your hearts. He saw that there had not yet been full opening there. They had to go further towards the Lord. He said, "Cut off the old man, and by renewing your mind, put on the new man." The way has been opened for this, and man should enter it.

         We must be consistent. One thing is required of us that we are to do, because we were given the opportunity to know the Scriptures as well. We have received faith that this is the Word of God, we have received the certainty that the Holy Spirit has come to help us in this experience, to console us on the way, as we walk according to the commandments of the Lord Jesus Christ.

         In chapter 15, verse 10 says:

         "If you keep my commandments, you will remain in my love, just as I have kept my Father's commandments and abide in his love."

         This is the true gospel. She tells us that Jesus remained in the Father's love because he kept His commandments. And as we now fulfill Jesus 'commandments, we will abide in Jesus' love. Jesus did whatever the Father wanted, and now we are given to Jesus to do whatever Jesus wants.

         I will read these words from the Letter to the Hebrews to you. May the Lord be glorified. It is a Word addressed in love to us. It doesn't hit us, it doesn't pillory us, it says it's possible for us to do all of this. Because the Holy Spirit came to strengthen, nourish and guide us. He has come here precisely because he has come as our Comforter, as our nourisher, who wants to help us in this experience. This is a difficult experience. But if you really want to, you must overcome these difficulties.

         "When he was fully perfected, he became the author of eternal salvation to all who obey him." Hebrews 5: 9.

         For all who obey Him, He became the author of eternal salvation. So obedience to Jesus is also a value of salvation. Faith is something obedient, something ready to walk according to the Words of Christ. Faith comes from the Word of Christ. She is based on the Word of Christ, and she grows according to that Word of Christ. She is from hearing this Word. May the Lord sustain us with this.

         I can also read what I mentioned in 1 John, chapter 5. I will try as short as possible, because it does not need to be extended. The Holy Spirit is here with us to nourish and strengthen us, so that these words reach us with Jesus' love, with grace, with God's goodness, with mercy, with everything that is possible, so that we may find in them a happy approach to us to God.

         “Whoever believes in the Son of God has a witness in himself. Whoever does not believe in God made him a liar because he did not believe the testimony that God gave about his Son. And this is the testimony. that God has given us eternal life, and this life is in his Son. Whoever has the Son has life; whoever does not have the Son of God has no life. " 1 John 5: 10-12.

         God has testified to us about his Son. And I would like to read some of this testimony to you, what testimony God gave about his Son.

         Matthew 1:21:

         “And she will bear a son, and you will name him Jesus; for he will save his people from their sins. "

         This is a testimony about Jesus, that is, for life. He will save his people from their sins. Jesus' life is clean, holy and undefiled. Our life is polluted. A life for a life, an unclean life for a clean life. Jesus undertook the work of saving us. Salvation is dependent on Him in us, but we must move toward Him and do what is needed for this life to fill us. As you hear words, learn them and learn to act according to what you hear. Jesus said, "If you persevere in My Word, you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free" (John 8:31, 32). "If you keep, if you persevere in my word, which you hear, which reaches you, you will persevere as one who learns these words in order to live according to them, then you will know the truth and it will set you free."

         The next testimony is from Matthew 17, well known to us, from above the transfiguration.

         "This is my beloved Son, with whom I am well pleased; listen to him!" Ev. Mat 17: 5b.

         The father said: "listen to the Son." It is directed to us so that we know what the Father wants from us, that we listen to Jesus in everything. The Father has given everything to his Son. How important are the commandments of Jesus for us, because Jesus fulfilled all the commandments of his Father. And He gave us a new commandment - love one another, help one another, build one another up, encourage each other. And in 1 Peter it says that if anyone does not keep these words, he stumbles over Jesus and falls over. And whoever keeps the Word grows on this Rock.

         Let us keep these words that we read in the Bible as the Lord said to us, and He will confirm that He said that He really came to save the people from our sins. Life for life - that is salvation. Jesus' life is ready to do it in us, and we, our will, our substitutions for Him each day must be the same. Let the death of Jesus do the work in me and the life in you. Amen.