LPL Chicago (Simulcast) Recap Video

Enjoy this recap from LPL Chicago! Be sure to check back later this week for the prayer and commissioning.


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    Jennell Davis says:

    My Friends at Living Proof Ministries,

    We are wise to recognize that when things happen in threes, it is the LORD orchestrating something in our lives. Some believers are quick to blame Satan when these things happen, but the Bible teaches when we walk in obedience, the LORD protects us from Satan. Perhaps our sin is causing the LORD to orchestrate it; at the very least He is allowing it.

    Consider the Armor of God in Ephesians 6: truth, righteousness, peace, faith, salvation, and the Word of God. We can connect all these things back to obedience to God. The sin of anger provides a good illustration of how disobedience takes off our armor.

    Truth – we learn the truth from the Bible and the Bible tells us anger is sin (Colossians 3:8). When we respond to another believer, an unbeliever, or even a situation with anger, we are not walking in the truth. Our belt of truth falls off.

    Righteousness – If we continue in this sin of anger, we are not righteous before the LORD and we lose our breastplate of righteousness.

    Peace – God’s love for us never changes, but when we fail to submit to the conviction of the Holy Spirit, He is not pleased with us. We don’t have peace with God when He isn’t pleased with us. (Luke 2:14) Our anger makes our shoes fit too tight; we aren’t ready to do the things He is calling us to do because there is no peace.

    Faith – our faith grows when we walk in obedience to God. Hebrews 11 is full of examples of faith, and there is action involved in these examples. “By faith Abraham obeyed…” Hebrews 11:8. When we say we have faith, but walk with anger in our heart, we drop our shield of faith.

    Salvation – our salvation is two-fold. God saves us from the penalty of death for our sins, which is His mercy. And He saves us from the power of sin over us, which is His grace. He does this through His Holy Spirit and His Word. When we refuse His Holy Spirit we take off our helmet; it is an open invitation for Satan to come in and mess with our mind.

    Word of God – In Ephesians 6:17, the Word of God is described as the sword of the Spirit. The Holy Spirit uses God’s Word to convict us of our sin. Our helmet is already gone, so in our mind, we justify our anger and continue to quench the Holy Spirit. Instead of ascending towards the LORD in the sanctification process, we get stuck and eventually fall away.

    This example fits perfectly with what you taught us when we were in Chicago. Regardless of whether we offend our sister, or if our sister offends us, the LORD requires us to go to them. He has it all covered in His Word. He gave us the new commandment to set us apart from unbelievers, and He gave us the Holy Spirit so we would have the power to accomplish it.

    I thought I was going to send you the beginning of the message about a week ago, but the LORD tested me on this. The first time was at the simulcast. test. The second time was yesterday morning. test2. The third time was this evening. This time He said, “Three is My signature; send the message!!!”

    Hebrews 6:4—Father, Son, Spirit

    Awaiting your reply,
    Your Dear Sister in Christ

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