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Are You Ready For God To Be More Involved In Your Life Right Now?

The "great hereafter" sounds wonderful, but God wants you to know about the "great here and now." The Bible has a lot more to say about the present than about the past or the future. Now is the time to allow God to work in and through your life. What you know about God's plan for humanity in this life will not only determine your eternal destiny, but will directly impact your life now.

Jesus' purpose in coming to earth was to restore humanity to the supernatural lifestyle He demonstrated for us. It is not God's will for you to go through life without knowing about the rights and privileges that are available to you. Jesus came to seek and to restore that lifestyle that was lost. "For the Son of man [Jesus]; is come to seek and to save that [lifestyle]; which was lost" (Luke 19:10). Most of us have sensed that there was more to life–and there is.

Religion, Or Church, As Usual Will Not Yield The Lifestyle Of The Bible

Religion was the greatest opposition to the truths that Jesus proclaimed to the world. It is still the greatest obstacle to the lifestyle God desires for you. When Jesus spoke of the need for repentance, He was literally saying "make a radical change in your thinking and actions." The lifestyle Jesus made available far exceeds the limitations of operating solely through natural means.

Spiritual Climate Change

Around the world, in large and small assemblies, God is moving in a mighty way, bringing revival and spiritual awakening. It is no longer church as usual, but rather an open mind and heart toward God. If we are not getting the results we read about in the Bible, then it is evident that we need to do something different. We can not keep doing the same thing and expect different results. It is undeniable that the spiritual climate really is changing. This isn't fiction; this is the greatest reality you will ever encounter. Are you ready to get involved? Is your life available for God?

Jesus' Guidelines For Life

When Jesus was asked what was the first, or most important, commandment, His response was:"...The first of all the commandments is, Hear, O Israel; The Lord our God is one Lord: And you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind, and with all your strength: this is the first commandment. And the second is like, namely this, You shall love your neighbor as yourself. There is none other commandment greater than these." (Mark 9:29-31). Notice that neither of these commandments appear to directly benefit us, but rather puts God and others first. However, according to Romans 8:28, the result of these two directives will cause all things to work together for your best. God's plan of service to others is a win-win lifestyle.

Excerpts from The Now God

"There is much more that God wants to reveal to us now! Christianity should be a continuation of the book of Acts with progressive revelation of the life of God in the earth today. The first verse in the book of Acts states it is a record of what God began to do and teach—not the end of all He will do and teach the Church."

"Let me restate these fundamental facts, God is a spirit, we are a spirit, and God’s Word is spirit and truth. We are to worship God in spirit and in truth; we are to pray in the spirit; we are to walk in the spirit. When we consider this, we must conclude that personal spiritual development is not an option, but is of the utmost importance."

"This restoration of the life of God in His Body is not coming to just one or two individuals. Even though a relatively small percentage of humanity will find and operate in the lifestyle ordained by God, it will be an “exceeding great army” of those raised up from spiritual death into the life and knowledge of God."

"It is a new lifestyle, with new privileges and new opportunities. You can make it a living reality in your own life by dramatically changing your thinking."

And the times of this ignorance [misunderstanding of the abundant spiritual life obtained through obedience] God winked at; but now commands all men every where to repent [change the way they think and act]. (Acts 17:30)