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In the book of Hebrews 11:1 we read these words “Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen”.
The word used for faith here means, a foundation, assurance, title-deeds, in reality when we talk about faith in God if we really have it, it becomes all the proof we need, verse 3 tells us, “Through faith we understand…” this suggest that without faith we cannot understand the things and ways of God.
Here at Faith Dimensions Ministries we encourage our members to believe and walk by faith in our never failing God.
We believe in the ability of the word of God to save, heal and deliver through the power of the Holy Spirit and because we love our Lord and saviour Jesus Christ we cannot cease to praise His name.
Please read through our pages to see the wonderful things that God is doing here at Faith Dimensions Ministries. This is a house of refuge, no matter what your life experience may be ALL are in need of Jesus Christ. On behalf of the Faith Dimensions Ministries family, we would like to thank you for visiting our website.
God Bless you
Pastor G. Ferguson & First Lady Lu Ferguson
Review of Pastor Ferguson's Most Recent Message
Text: Romans 8:1
Our text draws special attention to those believers in Christ Jesus whose lives have been transformed by the power of God. This group of people do not just believe that God exist, but they have completely given their lives over to the Holy Spirit who makes them more like Christ.
In the words of The Apostle Paul “There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit”! (Romans 8: 1) There are three key points in this verse:
First and foremost, the Spirit of God is the agent of change who:
Gives spiritual life to the believer!
Destroys his/her desire for sin and the world!
Gives the believer strength, wisdom and power!
Secondly, the person is no longer condemned. The word condemnation comes from the Greek word “Kata-krima” which means, to be dammed or doomed, in other words the individual is totally free from the penalty of sin and he/she is delivered from death and hell!
Thirdly, the word ‘now’ in our text is noteworthy; deliverance, freedom and much more is available to those who are in Christ immediately.
Paul was not referring to a future event but he meant that believers were set free from condemnation instantly!
However, the promise is not for churchgoers, it is for those who have surrendered their lives wholly to Jesus Christ and they have accepted Him as their Lord and Saviour.
Why is this act important? Verse 4 states “That the righteousness of the law might be fulfilled in us, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit”!
Consequently, when you are in Christ, you automatically become a part of Gods family and you have access to the innumerable benefits of His Kingdom.
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