Class Notes: 11/30/2016
Heb 12:2; Rev 2:7; The doctrine of the winner part 23
Lam 3:21-23; I recall this to my mind, and it gives me confidence. Because The Lord's mercy never fails; His grace provisions never cease, they are renewed every morning; Great is Your faithfulness... Therefore I have hope in Him. The Lord is good to those who wait silently on Him.
In our study of the doctrine of the winner believer. Heb 12:2; Rev 2:7; We have noted that winner believers are the unknown, unsung heroes of history. 2Cor 6:9; who are the targets of God's grace imputations that support all of mankind.
We are presently noting the supergrace blessings that God imputes to winner believers who have advanced to spiritual maturity. We noted that the Biblical nomenclature for "supergrace" comes from the phrase "megas charis" that is translated "greater grace" in James 4:6;
Jesus referenced this principle in Matt 13:12; Both are related to God's power, Eph 1:19. Both are described as grace that pursues believers while they are advancing in the spiritual life. Psa 23:5-6; Eph 1:6;
These blessings are beyond human imagination, Eph 3:20; In 1 Tim 1:14; this grace is described as being "more than abundant."
Supergrace is the most advanced stage of the spiritual life for members of the royal family of God. Supergrace is where the winner believer glorifies Jesus Christ to the maximum by the replication of His thinking under pressure that results in maximum application of God's Word to the experiential circumstances of life in the devil's world.
Supergrace is the status of spiritual maturity while ultra- supergrace adds suffering for blessing that along with maximum grace blessing intensifies the impact and significance of God's grace blessing while enduring suffering.
Supergrace is the maximum production of divine good from the priesthood of mature members of the royal family of God.
Many passages of God's Word of truth refer to supergrace with different analogies. The theological description is the phrase "greater grace," phrase used in James 4:6;
In the Old Testament the Hebrew word "cachmah," translated " wisdom," refers to the viewpoint status of supergrace that is based on the Bible doctrine that is residing and circulating in the stream of consciousness while it is being applied to one's circumstances under the pressures of adversity.
Heb 4:9-11; and Heb 10:38a refer to the faith rest life of the believer with capacity righteousness from maximum doctrine in the stream of consciousness.
Heb 13:10; refers to the supergrace believer's service to God from the faith rest "alter in their soul" as they function in their priesthood through their reception, retention, and recall of God's Word of truth.
The construction of the "the edification complex of the soul," is found in Eph 4:12,16.
Supergrace is described as "Godliness" or sanctification in 1Tim 6:3-6; 2Tim 3:12; and 2Pet1:3.
This refers to the process of acquiring God's Word of truth in the thinking and applying it to circumstances under the pressure of adversity.
Jesus refers to supergrace believers when He uses the chemical preservation analogy of salt in Matt 5:13; This is the principle of as goes the believer so goes the client nation.
The sacrificial suffering that the winner believer is subjected to in the devil's world along with maximum supergrace blessing from God is described with Jesus' reference to "taking up your cross..." in Matt 10:38; Mark 8:34; Luke 9:23; and Luke 14:27.
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