Meditation Nobility Of Soul


The nobility of his soul is apparent in the Apostle Paul’s writings and sufferings.  Studying the life of the great apostle Paul in his Epistles we find  a suffering, servant-witness, honored and humbled to serve his Master, Jesus Christ.

Paul was truly a courageous man on a spiritual journey completely dedicated to his Savior. To this very day Paul’s epistles still speak to all who are predestined to answer the call of God.

But, Paul like you and I struggled with his flesh…the Old Sin Nature (OSN). His spirit was always willing to be obedient, but his flesh was powerful.

Someone once profoundly said: “I have met the enemy, and the enemy is I.”

Next time you kneel in the privacy of your soul, before the Lord, ask Him to help you utilize 1 John 1:9 on a daily basis. You must be filled with the Spirit in order to be controlled by the Spirit. The filling of the Spirit gives us power  to resist (say NO), and overcome temptation and sin. Man’s enemies are: the world, the flesh and the devil.

Read about Paul’s spiritual battles in Romans Chapter seven, verses 14-25. We all sin, that is why Christ “The WORD” (John 1:1-18) came to Earth (Incarnation). “Search” our Bible Study: “The Sin Nature vs. The Holy Spirit, based primarily on Romans Chapters 5-8.  

Meditate without ceasing.

Happy Studying in Fields of Grace.

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