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God Is Spirit (Jn4:23-26)

God is spirit (Jn4:24-25).
He is invisible but eternally exists (Ps102:27) and
Everything that comes from Him
His Son, the Holy Spirit, the Word, the breath of life, life, blood etc are all spiritual.

While some misunderstand Christianity as
A religion that promotes good deeds by cultivating character and morality,
Faith is believing the invisible God and that “I am a soul.”
The life of this faith is, to receive the spiritual body after death,
Living a life devoted to the spiritual life while in the flesh (1Co15:44).

The Bible distinguishes the two worlds, the visible world and the invisible world;
The three heavens: 1) the heaven within the atmosphere; 2) the universe, the expanse;
3) the spiritual heaven, paradise, the Father’s house (2Co12:2); and
The three spiritual beings: 1) God; 2) angels; and 3) the living being (Adam).

While the Bible records spiritual phenomena, such as visions and dreams (Ge15:1; Ps89:19; Mt1:20),
It has no portrayal of the image of God for
His invisible qualities, His eternal power and divine nature, are
Clearly seen through creation (Rm1:20; He11:3).

The creation of mankind: male and female (“them”) — to multiply — to advance culture and civilization (Ge1:27-28);
The creation of Adam: man + the breath of life — a living being (one) — lives by the word of God (Ge2:7. 17; Mal2:15).
Because of Adam’s sin, all men became destined to go to hell with the devil (Mt25:41; 1Co15:22).

Except for Noah and his family (Adam’s descendants), all men were destroyed by the deluge.
They were those with only flesh and no spirit, the Nephilim (Ge6:1-17, 7:21-22).
All men today are descendants of Adam, that is, they are all spiritual beings.

Yeshua said, “Destroy this temple and I will raise it again in three days,” because
Through the death and the resurrection of the temple of His body (Jn2:19-21),
He would give not external regulations for Israel in the name Jehovah (He9:10),
But life to all souls and let them worship Him in spirit in the name Yeshua (Jn4:24-25) for
He is the Word, the one and only Son from the Father’s bosom,
The God who came in the flesh (Jn1:14, 18), the image of the invisible God (Col1:15),
All the fullness of the Deity living in bodily form (Col2:9).
As such, all unclean spirits, demons, recognized Him and trembled in fear (Mk1:24-26; Lk8:27-33).

He said, those who are born of water and the Spirit (Jn3:3-12)
Listen to His word for His words are spirit and they are life (Jn6:63).

As He died, He said, “It is finished” (Jn19:30), declaring that He:
1) By the Spirit gave Himself unblemished to God (Jn10:18; He9:14);
2) Judged the origin of sin the devil (He2:14; 1Jn3:8); and
3) Sprinkled His flawless blood and redeemed the souls in flesh (He2:16, 10:4).

He rose and showed the resurrection of the spiritual body (Lk24:37-43) and
Sat on the heavenly throne where He receives the praises of tens of thousands angels (Rev5:11).

The Holy Spirit who comes in the name Yeshua

  1. In the church
    1. Speaks, teaches, works and guides;
    2. Treats souls as souls;
    3. Protects the flock from the savage wolves (Ac20:28-30).
  2. Lets the souls of believers:
    1. Confess to the end that Yeshua is Lord (1Co12:3);
    2. Be strong with spiritual gifts (Rm1:11; 1Co12:7);
    3. Protects the flock from the savage wolves (Ac20:28-30).
    4. Crave for pure spiritual milk to grow up in their salvation (1Pe2:2);
    5. Become pillars of the spiritual house and a spiritual priesthood (1Pe2:5);
    6. Resist the devil and evil spirits (Eph6:10-13; 1Pe5:8-9); and
    7. Set their minds on the Spirit to be led to life and peace, for those who have their minds set on the flesh will be led to death (Rm8:5-7).

O Lord,

Though outwardly we are wasting away…
The blood of Yeshua, the Spirit of Christ (Rm8:9)!
Inwardly we are being renewed day by day (2Co4:16)!
For we know this truth, let us take heart and
Not be deceived by what is seen.
Let us all live before the invisible but living God. Amen.