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“OUR DIM PAST CAN BRING ABOUT A BRIGHT (Pastor Mark Fields)

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Since the ultimate disobedience we lost the connection with our father and the kingdom of God.  The constant reminder of an identity crisis has been set in the constant quest to regain the promise, purpose and authority that was given to us in the beginning.  Our past attempt to disconnect the reconnect.  At times we commit atrocities against the kingdom of God and then we create a religious system in hopes to honor God through our flesh.  The ritualistic aspect of religion is an attempt to regain and recover that once untarnished state.  We believe that by changing the outside we will become as we once were, clean.  Many fail to realize that we cannot change the outside, fleshly sinful nature and look godly or righteous.  We have to become transformed into the very thing that dwells on the inside of us, which is the image of God.  When we assert that we came from one man who was created in God’s own image, we recognize the special qualities of our nature which allows God to be manifested in us.  When we see the image of God we are looking deep into the plans and purpose of God.  Religion will force us out of position with God, and create an illusion of God based on what we believe who is God.   Our past provides a way to see that the only way to enter God is for us to have God enter us.  Past the flesh, past the past, and past the religion, to start back where it came from in the beginning, where we were created first with the breath of God on the inside eager to manifest the authority, and dominion on the outside.  Since we have the breath of God on the inside, everything that comes from us should of God.  Our future lies with the understanding of our true past, when we looking like, walking like and sounding like the word of God, which was in the beginning with God. 

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