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“Seek ye first the Kingdom of God, and all these things shall be added to you”, because once you walk in the reality of the Kingdom of God, you discover that everything that you need just flows to you from the abundance of His life, where living by the law of demands produces a self-dependence.
Grace produces dependence on God for everything, but law produces a self-dependence. In other words, you must do it. You must build up your self-image. You must re-create an image of yourself, and by struggling and striving and promising and making resolutions and doing all that you can do to produce within your own carnal being a better person. This is what the law does. The law produces within you self-dependence. In other words, “it is up to me”. This is what preachers used to tell me all the time. AL-AMIN, it is up to you. You make the wrong choices, you do the wrong things, and you go into the wrong places, so how can you expect God to bless you when you are always making the wrong choices?”
What happens to those who have a strong self-will and a strong character? They are able to bring themselves into line with the law of demands. But what that does is produce a self-righteousness and it produces a modern day Pharisee. If you are living by the law you will look at all of those who are not able to do what you can do, and you will look down on them because if you did it, they should do it also.
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