Law Of The Spirit

The bible tells us the law ministers death, but the Spirit ministers life. The Spirit stirs us up!

Are you living under the bondage of a lot of religious laws (rules and regulations)? If you are, then you may be a stagnant Christian according to some.

It is God’s Spirit who gives life and we are to be led by the Holy Spirit, not man-made rules and regulations.

Some religions only tell people what they can’t do, and they fail to tell them what Jesus has done. Are you enjoying freedom, or do you feel condemned most of the time because you can’t keep all the rules?

A man recently told me that in the religion he grew up in, all the people had one extra gene: guilt!

Sadly, that is often true. People go to church looking for God, help, and comfort, and they get loaded down with rules they cannot keep and guilt because of their failure.

Where the true Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty and freedom from bondage. (See 2 Corinthians 3:17).

If you are going to a dead church and wondering why you have no passion and enthusiasm about being there, perhaps you need to find a place to go that is ministering real life. But how do you know?

Genuine Recovery Art is a place through which inspiring uplifting ideas of change can manifest.

Through Honored Cat Angels, we will provide a space to grieve, be uplifted, and move through the transition of your loved companion feline.

Please understand that this is a special place for cat lovers and enthusiasts, but we feel as adamant about all animals; dogs, birds, squirrels, horses, sheep, oxen, etc., or whoever God has placed in your path to love.

This journey of discovery begins today and we are excited and humbly honored to put your mind at ease, even in the midst of death. Life implies death. Death implies Life.

We are born, we live, and we die. We cannot do anything about being born or dying, but we can do a lot about how we live.

Simple kindness to one’s self and all that lives is the most powerful transformational force of all.

Dr david r. hawkins

referenced by Joyce Meyer – ‘I Dare You’ pg. 156


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