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The Last Lap — 2 Comments

  1. Woooooow… this is phenomenal… church, wake up! Do not take this word lightly. Right here before our eyes lies the answer to all our dilemmas. Just short, sweet and simple to understand. Come on believers, shake yourself off from that religious spirit and worldly concept and let Christ be molded into you. Glory to our God. Thank you so much Dr.Bruce for this profound and powerful words. Shalom to you.

  2. Thank you, Dr Bruce for this teaching! I find it fascinating that Jacob had to go back and deal with his old life, in order for him to come into his new name/character. Although he seemed to be forced into the situation (he was fleeing a conniver). Jacob was no longer facing and wrestling with his life on his own terms, but God’s. No wonder his name and walk changed!

    To “walk in the Spirit” indicates, we walk according to the Spirit dictates and power, and not on our terms and fleshly efforts. This is the way of the King and His kingdom. The blessings of the Most High be upon you and yours! All allegiance and honor to the King!

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