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Soul Redemption

We must learn to pray from a new position: seated with Him in the heavenly realm (Eph. 2:4-7).  A Christian’s heavenly bank account is filled with adoption, acceptance, redemption, forgiveness, wisdom, inheritance, the seal of the Holy Spirit, life, grace, citizenship, in short, every spiritual blessing. “We are God’s workmanship created in Christ Jesus for good works that we should walk in them.” (Eph. 2:10)

If we are at the right hand of the Father participating in what Jesus is praying, we will know how to pray. “Thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven.” (Mat. 6:10)  By knowing what is bound and loosed, we can declare a thing on earth and see it happen. We have the courtroom of heaven available.

When we realize we are raised up together with Him and seated with Him in heavenly places, we will know the times and seasons and the redemptive plan of our Father in heaven.

Part of this redemptive plan is that we will allow our souls to be redeemed, so our spirits can be seated where He is seated.  The book of Ephesians was addressed to a group of believers who were rich beyond measure in Jesus Christ, yet were living as beggars, only because they were ignorant of their wealth.  Learn to distinguish the soul from the spirit, when the soul is yielded to the spirit man, then our spirit can hear God Holy Spirit and the soul will be led by our spirit.

Start your day bringing your spirit forward.

A marvelous teaching of Wisdom about your soul in Psalm 49 – Bring your Bible

  1. WERE YOU PLACING YOUR TRUST? (Psalm 49:6)
    1. Relying on Their Wealth (Psalm 49:6; Proverbs 13:8; 23:4-5; Psalm 52:6-7
      ; 1 Timothy 6:17)
    2. Relying on Their Fame (Psalm 49:11
      – “they call their lands after their own names”)

      1. Absalom rears up a pillar for himself (2 Samuel 18:18)
      2. Naaman had everything, “but he was a leper” (2 Kings 5:1)
    3. Relying on Their Way (Psalm 49:13– “their way is their folly”)
      1. Psalm 49:13– posterity: future generations
      2. A way which seems right (Proverbs 14:12)
      3. We turn to our own way (Isaiah 53:6)
    4. Relying on the Praise of Others (Psalm 49:18
      – “men will praise thee”; John 12:43)

 

  1. THEIR MEAGER RANSOM (Psalm 49:7)  (NOTE: ransom: the price paid for the release of a captive)
    1. Unable to Help a Brother (Psalm 49:7; Mark 8:36-37)
    2. Unable to Keep Their Wealth (Psalm 49:10: Ecclesiastes 2:18-19)
    3. Unable to Keep From Dying (Psalm 49:12, 14; Psalm 89:48; Ecclesiastes 8:8
      ; Romans 6:23; Hebrews 9:26)
    4. Unable to Take Anything With Them (Psalm:16-17; 1 Timothy 6:7)
    5. Unable to Ever See Light (Psalm 49:19-20; Psalm 73:3, 17)

 

  1. THEIR MARVELOUS REDEMPTION (Psalm 49:8-9) (NOTE: redemption: a buying back)
    1. The Redemption of Our Soul (Psalm 49:8; Mark 8:36)
    2. Redeemed For Eternity (Psalm 49:8; John 3:16)
    3. Redeemed From the Power of the Grace (Psalm 49:15; 1 Corinthians 15:54-57)
    4. Redeemed With a Precious Ransom (Psalm 49:8; 1 Peter 1:18-19; Colossians 1:14); precious: of great price, of great desirability

Soul, redeem thru Jesus Christ Blood only, activate your faith and receive it.

For the Kingdom of Christ be established, we must know our God, the power of his resurrection, the fellowship of His suffering, and be conformed to His death.  If we don’t persist in all the heavenly resources available to our generation at these appointed times, the completion of these events will be passed on until they are fulfilled by a generation in the future.

We are at a crucial time in which the plumb line has been dropped and all things must be pulled to that line of righteousness and judgment.  This is the time to pull forward the future and restore the past (Isa. 58:12, 61:4, Amos 9:11) so we can see the restoration of all things spoken by the holy Prophets since the world began (Acts 3:21).  The number thousand means perfect fruitfulness, maturity, and the redeemed Church with responsibility fulfilled.

When Jesus came to earth, He was thrust forth, sent by the Father to undo or untie the works of the devil.

He was sent to heal the sick, to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives, and to open the prisons of those who are bound (Luke 4:18).  He came to do the will of the Father, to bring eternal life (John 6:38-44).  The Greek word for “sent” in these passages is pempo.  It means to dispatch and to thrust in.  In John 20:17 Jesus said, “Peace be unto you: as my Father hath sent me, even so send I you.”

Pastor Rudy Rodriguez, is passionate about it, learn to re-charge, be empower and put into action his teaching, he has videos and audio.

When he ministers at meetings and conferences I have seen how God flows and restores.

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