As you adhere to the rudiments of fundamental Biblical principles, which are God’s Word, the flesh (the carnal nature of man) is then securely placed under subjection to the kingdom governmental order of God’s will. Note: submission unto the will of God means death unto the flesh, which is the carnal nature of man. There is no such thing as something being part dead and part alive, physically existing and being one in the same, just as there is no such thing as being partially submissive unto God. With God you are either absolutely submissive or obedient, or not at all. Life and death cannot share the same space; one must cease in order for another to exist on. In this we comprehend that the old man (the Adamic nature, the carnal, or fleshly ways of the old man) must die (exist no more) before the new man can live. This new man is a new creature who has been regenerated in spirit and transformed back into the likeness of God’s personage through Yeshuah Messiah (Jesus Christ).
Greater levels of unfolding will be revealed in retrospect to life and death and how the two cannot share the same space, or simultaneously exist as one. Furthermore, in relation to the principle of dying the death, a revelation is found by sharing the mind of God unto you. As we know, life and death ca...
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... has the right to claim the title peculiar; only the offspring of God who are realm children, born of the Spirit, can declare themselves “peculiar”. As indicated in the Bible, the word peculiar is only mentioned seven times and out of the seven times, six of the Scriptures refer to God’s people as being peculiar, Exodus 19:5; Deuteronomy 14:2; 26:18; Psalms 135:4. Let us examine the Hebrew and Greek words that correspond with the English word, peculiar.
The Hebrew word cegullah for peculiar, pronounced seg-ool-law’ jewel, (treasure), proper, good, special signifies of personal property, or something treasured. Israel is associated as being God’s own, or treasured possession. The Greek word periousios pronounced per-ee-oo’-see-os, renders the meaning “being beyond usual, as in special, (one’s own): peculiar. It also means that which is peculiarly one’s own”;
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