Class Notes: 12/28/2016

Heb 12:2; Rev 2:7; The doctrine of the winner part 28

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;

Last time we noted that supergrace is related to reciprocal integrity love. Rom 8:28; Eph 3:19; 1John 4:19;

God loves every believer with maximum love based on their positional status in Christ without regard to their experiential status.

God's love is based on perfect righteousness and justice that is provided on the basis of propitiation and imputation. 1John 2:1-2; 2Cor 5:21;

1John 4:19 explains that the believer can develop capacity from God's Word of truth to love God. Believers cannot love God without first understanding God and his policies.

Believers cannot know God until they have attained sufficient divine viewpoint thinking that comes from believing the information revealed in God's Word of truth to have capacity for the Divine viewpoint that comes from spiritual self esteem.

This information can only be acquired from functioning with spiritual perception within God's protocol plan. 1Cor 2:14;

The supergrace or mature believers possess maximum love for God because they have maximum metabolized doctrine in the soul. Metabolized doctrine in the soul establishes spiritual self-esteem that creates capacity to posses personal love for God. Rom 8:28; Eph 3:19;

John provides a cognitive test for determining if we actually have the doctrinal capacity that is required to have personal love for God: 1John 4:20;

God's integrity love is expressed differently depending on the believer's attitude toward God's Word of truth during their life in the devil's world in unglorified bodies.

God's love is expressed to the positive believer who is advancing by blessing, suffering for blessing and reward.

God's love is expressed to the negative believer through divine discipline that left unchecked by rebound adjustment to God's justice terminates in the sin unto death and transfer into heaven where there is no more sorrow, no more tears and no more pain and no more death. 1Cor 11:30-31; Rev 21:4;

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