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Sanctification: Preparation of The Bride of Christ - Part 5

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This is a pre-recorded message.  This is the last part (Part 5) of this series of teaching on the importance of sanctification.  In Revelation 19:6-8, the Spirit of God tells that the Bride will have prepared Herself, then she is granted to dress in white fine linen robe and to sit with the Lamb of God on His Throne.  This is process takes place now.  It is the process of growing to becoming one in spirit with Him now, of taking on more and more of the fullness of Him in us.  This requires that we die to self.  God uses all the circumstances of our lives, especially our interactions in our close relationships to break us, to teach us to love those who appear in our eyes as not deserving of our love, to be patient, to be humble, to learn kindness, longsuffering, goodness, temperance, etc.  This is the process of cultivating the fruit of the Spirit.

Because of our stubborn nature, God has to bring trials in our lives in order to get us to grow this fruit of the Spirit: DIVINE LOVE.  The more we grow, the more we identify with His nature, which is DIVINE LOVE.  And when we pass one test, God puts us through another test, more difficult than the one we just past.  So, we are always going through trials because we must keep growing.  If we fail the test, God will have us take it again, until we pass the test (just like the children of Israel spent spent 40 years passing one test around the same mountain.  If we are not careful, we could die in the wilderness.  We must enter into the Kingdom of God through many tribulations (Acts 14:22; 2 Corinthians 4:17).

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