Our Sphere of Daily Living

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Noblemen
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Our Sphere of Daily Living

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"At that day (the day of Pentecost) ye shall know that I am in my Father, and ye in me, and I in you" (John 14:20).
Every child of God is virtually united to Christ.
The message of our union with Christ has been a message which has been unsettled in the minds of Bible scholars throughout the entire Reformation Church era.
As a result, a very fuzzy and often misunderstood interpretation of the Scriptures has brought about an equally faulty everyday living on the part of believers. Now, by the grace of God, a marvelous move of the Spirit is taking place all over the earth, and the Holy Spirit is declaring the message which God had in His mind from the very beginning of time.
That message is simply summed up in the verse I gave "ye in me and I in you." There could not be, in the English language, any purer or clearer form of declaration as to what God's ultimate intention is than these words.
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