Gene Cunningham - July 23, 2000

In, but not of.

In but not of

We share identification with Christ, a separation from the world (Joh 17:11-19). This includes a challenge – Jesus was the message; He sent the disciples with Him. For the same purpose, we’ve been sent (Luk 19:10). Jesus' Kingdom is not of this world (Joh 18:36). When His will is done in our lives, we reflect of His Kingdom (Mat 6:10, Mat 6:33). We are citizens of heaven (Phi 3:20-21); God expects performance in accordance with privileges we’ve received (Rom 12:1-2); (1) Provision - "the Mercies of God"; (2) Decision - "present your body"; (3) Conclusion - "transformed by the renewing of your mind". We are ambassadors (2Co 5:14-15; 2Co 5:20). Put on Christ (Rom 13:9-14).

Scripture References: Luke 19:10, Romans 13:9-14, John 17:11-19, Romans 12:1-2, Philippians 3:20-21, Matthew 6:33, Matthew 6:10, John 18:36

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