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Bible Study Nature To Nature Relationship

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The way to have a relationship with your Father is a nature-to-nature relationship with Him through the Son nature that is your nature now.
This type of relationship is where the fruit of the Spirit is expressed.
Have you ever given much thought to how Adam loved Eve, or those in the Old Testament expressed their feelings.
They had no nature to nature, spirit to spirit, face to face relationship with God the Father.
The only way to have a relationship was in soul-mind, which is far less than what was in the Father from before the beginning.
The only difference in the world today is we have a cross.
The world is still the same in their relationship, at best it is a soul to soul, mind to mind relationship with each other.
The world cannot run it self by the knowledge of good and evil.
Two knowledges exist, only one is capable of making things work properly.
Whether it is a relationship or the world. Only the knowledge of the lord will properly function in any environment.
We are not talking about knowing about Christ, many know about Him, we are talking about His knowledge, His mind.
Human beings created in the image of God can love, but it is not the same love as Spirit love, nature to nature love.
The image and likeness Adam was created with became depraved. Adam could not birth children in the image and likeness of God even if he never fell, only God can do this.
Everything the believer is looking for is found in the nature to nature relationship with the Christ in them, and their Father.
Everything else is soulish, we judge each other based on soul. We judge the world based on soul.
We are complete in spirit only and being completed in soul until the day you die.
You will never find completeness until you have a nature to nature relationship with your Father, John 17:22,
22 And the glory which thou gavest me I have given them; that they may be one, even as we are one:
 
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And that is why Paul was caused to write, " from this time forward I know no man according to the flesh!"
 
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Excellent thought process Soul man. Nature to nature and to nature.... Galatians 2:20 "I am executed with the Messiah: nevertheless I live; yet not I, but the Messiah liveth in me: and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by the faith of the Son of Elohim, who loved me, and gave himself for me."

The fact that our Messiah lives in us, All that He is in Nature, is in us. All that is in the life of our Messiah is in us. Let it out!! Let the Messiah be the Messiah in and thru us today.

Thank you Soul man. :thumbsup
 
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I like your translation used, Many say "faith in the Son of God" which loses the point Paul is making.
 
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I like your translation used, Many say "faith in the Son of God" which loses the point Paul is making.
Absolutely. We don't have even the faith of a grain of mustard seed. Everything we have has been given by Elohim. Faith is better translated as "belief". "I live BY the "belief" of the Son of God".
 

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Great post Soul Man. Some people do not even know that Christ is our faith as we first believe in Him. Some think it is their own faith, but it is faith that is Christ that we Spiritually build upon to know Him and grow in our relationship with Him.
Hebrews 12:2 Looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faith; who for the joy that was set before him endured the cross, despising the shame, and is set down at the right hand of the throne of God.