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How to Think Like God - Pt. II (9 of 40)
Series: Living Under Kingdom Authority
Dr. Ernest L. Easley
1 Corinthians 2.12-16
Countless numbers of people were temporarily displaced last week due to the snow and ice storm. One of our men was stranded on Camp Creek for 24 hours before finally getting a room at a hotel. There was story after story of people stranded and sleeping in their cars, taking 8 hours to drive 15 miles and then there were those 115 stranded motorist who found refuge here in our gym.
One of our college students, who could not get home, ended up at our home where they waited it out. On one of those nights, they were doing a little school work. The title of the book they were working in was Medical Terminology.
The book was filled with information on medical terminology. Included was: fill in the blanks, matching questions, crossword puzzles, short answers and labeling.
After awhile I noticed that they kept turning to the back of the book and then back to the front of the book, writing in an answer and then going back to the back of the book, taking a look and then turning back to the page where they were filling in the blank.
So I asked, “What’s in the back of the book that you continue referring to?” They said, “The answers!” I said, “The answers? You mean to tell me that all the answers to all the questions are found in the back of the book?” They said, “Yes, every answer to ever question is found in the back of the book.” I said, “I wish I would have had a book like that when I was in school.”
Imagine that: every question is answered in the book! Well, we have a book that’s even better than that! We have the book that has all the answers to every issue in life: the Word of God! And now having experienced a spiritual birth and now having the Holy Spirit dwelling within us, we can now have “the mind of Christ.” That is, we can think like God! And with “the mind of Christ,” we can now live under Kingdom Auth ...
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