CHAPTER 7

                                   THE PEOPLE


               And we know  that all things work together  for good to
               them  that  love  God,  to  them  who  are  the  called
               according to His purpose.


               It has already been noted  that the "we" are those submitted
          to walking in  the Spirit  and prayerfully  walking in  agreement
          with the will of God through intercessory partnership.   Likewise
          the  "we"  are  those  who  "love" God  -  have  experienced  His
          friendship - through  "all things" which the  Father incorporates
          into  the  life of  His  own.    The "called,"  however,  reveals
          something  different, something unique,   something special about
          these who walk in agreement with the Holy Spirit of God.


                                  THE CALLED

               The Greek word for "called" in our text means (the invited).
          It comes from a  term meaning (to incite by word).   The "called"
          are those who have been invited by the Word of God to receive the
          inheritance  of sonship. If  one accepts the  invitation, they in
          turn are accepted by the Heavenly Father and become His family.
               Since my wife  and I have  three children, we  know what  it
          means  to prepare  for  birthday parties.    First, the  children
          select those they  wish to invite.   They each have  many friends
          but since we  cannot accommodate the entire church  and school at
          once, they must select  [choose]  those whom they feel  will come
          and those whose company they enjoy the most.  
               Secondly,  the children solicit  those they wish  to invite.
          The dictionary uses the word "invite" as a synonym for (solicit).
          That is, making request  of others for a particular purpose.  The
          solicitation is  a result of  selection and is generally  done by
          word of mouth or, in some cases, by written request.
               The third thing which occurs  is separation.  Some they have
          solicited are, for one reason or another, unable to attend.  This
          leaves the "selected"  few.  These select few  are separated from
          all their other  friends.  It has  nothing to do with  whether or
          not the  remaining children  are better  than other  children, It
          simply means they are separated by choice out of friendship.
               The fourth thing  I will emphasize concerning  the selection
          of those coming to the party,  is that they are sanctified -  set
          apart for a particular purpose, (I.E., the birthday party).  They
          most certainly are coming because they  were invited, and because
          they wish to do so, and they plan to have fun, too; but the truth
          is, they have been set apart [sanctified] from others.
               Finally   one  might  say  that  these  invited  guests  are
          "secured."  They have been selected and solicited.  In turn, they
          are separated  from others  and sanctified  - set  apart -  for a
          party.    Then they  are secured  - officially  made guests.   In
          essence, they are the "called."
               By now  you see  the spiritual parallel.   The  "called" are
          (selected) to become His  children out of His love.   Thus we are
          (solicited) [invited] to become His  eternal family.  As such, we
          are (separated) from others; not because we are special or unique
          in and of ourselves, but because He, our Lord Christ,  is special
          to the Heavenly Father and uniquely the Son of God.  Furthermore,
          we  are  (sanctified).  We  have  been  divinely set  apart  with
          purpose, made pure by the blood of  Christ, for the glory of God.
          Then, finally, we are (secured) - officially made His possession,
          "the Holy Spirit bearing witness with  our spirit that we are the
          children of God."1   Such are  the "called" of  God - incited  by
          His Holy Word.

          EXAMPLE
               I suggest you  stop for a few minutes and turn in your Bible
          to the  Old Testament and read the ten  chapters of Esther.  This
          fascinating story illustrates so well how we are called of God.
               Esther, along  with perhaps  hundreds of  other women,  were
          selected  - chosen  -  by the  king to  participate  in a  beauty
          pageant.  Although the call from the  king went out to all women,
          the only women solicited for the pageant were virgins for he, the
          king,  was choosing  his queen.    This uniquely  separated these
          women  from all  others. For  six months  they  were fastidiously
          bathed, groomed, beatified, and treated  with oils of myrrh.  For
          another  six months they  were lavishly anointed  with the finest
          perfumes of the kingdom.   Thus these select few, then solicited,
          and  separated women  were sanctified  [purified]  for a  special
          purpose, that  is,  to  become the queen.   Following the  twelve
          months of purification, one out of all the others was secured and
          confirmed as the ruling queen.
               At this point, one might suggest that the illustration fails
          because we, "the called," are many, not "one."   On the contrary,
          we are one  - the Body of Christ.  Additionally, the "called One"
          is none other  than the only begotten  Son of God and  the Father
          sees us  as "one" in His Son.   Jesus prayed exactly that in John
          17 just  before His  crucifixion.  Pay  careful attention  to our
          Lord's remarks,  as He prayed to the Father:   "That they all may
          be one; as  You, Father, are in  me, and I in you,  that they all
          may be  one in us: that the world may  believe that you have sent
          me."2   Thus  we hold  a unique  position in relationship  to the
          Heavenly  Father.   As we  pray  in the  Spirit, therefore,  such
          uniqueness should be recognized with reverence.


                                  THE CHOSEN

               Our Lord  used the word  "chosen" often in reference  to His
          own.   John's Gospel records the words of  the Lord Jesus in such
          context:   "You  have not chosen  me, but I  have chosen you..."3
          Again He said we are "chosen out of the  world."4  The Greek word
          "chosen" is  used twenty-one times  in the  New Testament and  is
          translated "to (select).  We are the "selected" ones; not because
          we have selected [chosen] Him,  but because He, God, has selected
          [chosen] us.

          CHOSEN DEFINED
               Although  the dictionary defines "chosen" or "choose" as (to
          select), a clarification is additionally offered as:  (To take or
          fix upon  by an act of will in accordance with a decision made by
          judgment).   "Select", on the  other hand, suggests  a preference
          based upon discrimination.   The word "discrimination"  has, over
          the  years,  gained an  ugly  connotation but  if  used properly,
          simply means (to distinguish between  persons or things by noting
          differences).
               Such doctrine often  results in spiritual insecurity  on the
          part of some  simply because of the  fear that perhaps  God makes
          His  selection,  or  choice,  by  chance.    The  "choosing,"  or
          selection,  is  not guess  work nor  has God  made His  choice as
          though picking  the best out  of a litter of  kittens or puppies.
          The word "chosen"  comes from a root, or  base, lego, meaning (to
          lay forth).  This same root word,  lego, is the base for logos  -
          the Word...The Word of  God.  Thus, the Heavenly Father makes His
          choice, or selection, based upon those who responde to the "call"
          of His Word.   They become His "chosen."  Even  our word "called"
          taken from Romans  8:28 comes from  a root meaning (to  incite by
          word).  It is the Word of God which calls us and results in God's
          choice of children - sons and daughters of God.


                                 THE COVENANT

               God's people have  a covenant which distinguishes  them from
          others.    God  secures their relationship  with Him  through the
          covenant for eternity and it releases tremendous power when lived
          by faithfully.  It is  binding and bounding and unbreakable.   It
          is even confirmed by God's own Son to insure finality.

          DEFINITION
               A covenant could  be defined as:  (Mutual  agreements by the
          confession of  promises confirming common  interests, guidelines,
          and boundaries).  Although the western mind has little knowledge,
          and practically  no comprehension of the true nature of covenant,
          Asian  and African  populations, on  the other  hand,   have been
          firmly structured by such relationships since ancient times.  The
          closest example we might have in the western hemisphere of such a
          relationship would be marriage.
               Some believe that love constitutes marriage.  Many, however,
          confess their love for each other today but one out of  every two
          marriages ends in  divorce.   If we were  to inculcate with  this
          statistic,  all  the  couples living  together  who  subsequently
          separate  and go their  own way, the figures  of divorce would be
          astronomical.  Marriage,  and covenant, have almost no meaning in
          today's society.
               If  love does  not   constitute  marriage, then  what?   The
          speaking, or confessing, of vows confirms a marriage.  The couple
          stands before  God and friends  and confess not only  their love,
          but their  desire - personal  will - to  give themselves  to each
          other for the rest of their lives.  These confessions [vows]  are
          spoken before God, and personally witnessed to insure eternality.
          Love, therefore,  consecrates, rather than constitutes, marriage.
          The  spoken  vows,  on  the  other hand,    announce  a  covenant
          relationship  and  have  their roots  in  covenants  performed by
          ancient  peoples.   The  Hebrews  were  equally  acquainted  with
          covenant  since  God  Himself  established  covenant  with  them.
          Covenants, I might add, can only  be broken by death; hence,  the
          marital vow:  "Till death do us part."  

          COVENANT ELEMENTS
               Although volumes could  easily be written on the  nature and
          character of Biblical  covenant, I offer  here a simple  overview
          for a better understanding of those pages to fallow.  In the next
          chapter,  we will  take  a  more intimate  look  at how  covenant
          applies  in  light of  our  partnership with  the  Holy Spirit in
          prayer.
               In more ancient times, howbeit  practiced even today by many
          tribes, the making, or cutting,  of a covenant was the strongest,
          most binding,  form of agreement  possible.  The  word "covenant"
          means literally (to  cut).   This comes  from the  offering of  a
          sacrifice which  had to be  cut [slain] to  offer its  blood, and
          from  the cutting  of hands  or  wrists to  confirm the  covenant
          between persons or  tribes.  God's covenant with  Abraham and his
          progeny  was  "cut" by  circumcision;  something  totally foreign
          among the peoples of the earth at that time.
               Often representatives were chosen to speak in the be half of
          tribes  and peoples.   Later  the tribes  would join  together in
          celebration  of the cut covenant.   The representatives would sit
          and discuss  covenant -  the agreements they  would share.   This
          involved  insuring  warlessness   between  them, protecting  each
          other from outside attack, the sharing of crops, the provision of
          need if, for example one might suffer loss from drought or flood,
          etc.
               Following  the   agreements,  gifts   would  be   exchanged.
          Sometimes daughters of the heads  of tribes would be exchanged in
          marriage as  tokens of  total commitment to  the covenant.   More
          often gifts  such as weapons,  the most valued possession  of the
          chiefs, would be exchange as a symbol of their loyalty.   Cattle,
          horses, sheep, and other such valuables might also be exchanged.
               An  animal would always  be sacrificed thus  symbolizing the
          severity of the  covenant.  The animal  would be cut in  half and
          separated,  - divided.    The  blood, and  death  of the  animal,
          demonstrated the seriousness  of the agreement.   Anyone breaking
          covenant  would be  killed and  his  blood shed.   The  sacrifice
          likewise represented the covenant  was until death.   The parties
          involved,  perhaps the  representatives  who  had been  selected,
          would then walk about the severed pieces of the sacrificed animal
          in  a  figure eight;  symbolic  of  an  everlasting  agreement  -
          continuous - unbroken.
               There,  of course, would  also be the  exchange of promises.
          The gifts offered  were usually representative of  those promises
          but  verbal   promises  were  also  made.    Again,  promises  of
          protection,  provision,  and  total loyalty.    To  confirm there
          allegiance which they  had confess verbally,  the cutting of  the
          wrists would follow.  As the blood ran from the wound, hands were
          then raised and they  would swear to the covenant.  This practice
          is very likely where modern day court procedures got the swearing
          in of a witness as they  raise their right hand to swear  to tell
          the  truth.   Sometimes  the  palms of  hands  were  cut and  the
          participants would  grasp hands and swear to  the agreement being
          made.   This  is perhaps  how the  practice of shaking  hands was
          established.
               During  the covenant  ceremony, the confessing  of blessings
          and  cursings for  compliance  and breech  of the  covenant would
          occur.  In this way, everyone involved would fully understand the
          power, force, behind  the agreements made.  Even  the exchange of
          names  would  be a  part of  the  cutting of  covenant  to insure
          triable identification.
               The final element of the cutting of a  covenant would be the
          covenant meal.   The heads of tribes would sit and share a simple
          meal, often bread and wine, to demonstrate sincerity of perpetual
          fellowship.  The covenant meal confirmed the agreement was sealed
          and permanent, never  to be broken.  The  celebrations then would
          begin.
               It should  be noted  that such  covenants were called  "love
          covenants"  because  those  involved were  intimately  bonded  by
          promise.  The love covenants  were so powerful that no  one ever,
          from  the day  it  was  cut, would  ever  question its  validity.
          Entire nations lived and died  by the covenants established.  The
          oriental,  with their ninja warriors and samurai, understood such
          covenants.  The African and South  American tribes likewise lived
          by such agreements and gave their lives, if necessary, to protect
          those in  covenant.   Perhaps this explanation  of covenant  will
          offer insight to  the covenant God made with Abraham  in the book
          of Genesis.  
               As you  continue to read  the balance of this  book, keep in
          mind that Jesus the Christ  is God's representative sent to offer
          Himself  as the  covenant today.   He, Jesus the  Lord Christ, is
          come as a  "love covenant:" "For God  so loved the world  that He
          gave His only begotten Son."  He even gave His life to insure the
          covenant would never be broken  and shed His blood to secure  His
          people.  His hands, wrists, were scarred from the nail  prints to
          remind us of  that covenant  cut with  God.  The  mystery of  the
          Holy Spirit, on the other hand,  is revealed in the part He plays
          in  keeping,  or  maintaining,  covenant  relationship  with  our
          Heavenly Father.   He  does  this through  intercessory prayer  -
          according to the will, covenant, of God.


          COVENANT CHARACTERISTICS
               As just seen, a covenant has certain elements which are part
          of  it's nature,  that  is, those  things necessary  for covenant
          establishment.  Likewise, a covenant has character - distinctives
          - which afford  effectiveness and performance, without  which the
          agreement is negated.

          COVENANT CONCEPTION
               The efficacy of  a cut  covenant was  only if  one had  been
          conceived  (I.E.,  born  into),  as family.    Otherwise,  a  new
          covenant would thus have to  be cut.  If one, on the  other hand,
          was born  into a  covenant family, all  benefits of  the covenant
          were immediately available.
               Our Lord spoke to Nicodemus by night and told him he must be
          born again to inherit the  kingdom of God.  That inheritance  was
          the covenant for  which our Lord  Christ came to  secure, by  the
          sacrifice of His life,  for eternity.   It is not accidental that
          Paul proclaimed:  "That if you  confess with your mouth Jesus  is
          Lord, and you believe in your heart that God has raised  Him from
          the dead, you  will be saved."5   Confession must first be  made.
          What  is the  confession?   "Jesus  is Lord!"   This  immediately
          secures all  that He  has and  can do  for you  because you  have
          exchanged your life  for His and He  has already done so  for you
          upon the cross.
               Additionally,  Romans 10:9 refers  to what we  must believe:
          "God has  raise  Christ from  the  dead."   This  belief  is  not
          something  mystical  or   something  one  must   generate  before
          salvation  is  secured.    it  simply  means  "commitment."    In
          covenant, one must demonstrate commitment.   Such was often shown
          by the cutting, the sacrifice,  the blood shed, or the exchanging
          of gifts.  For the one confessing Jesus as Lord, all these things
          were done for them by Christ who offered Himself as the vicarious
          sacrifice.   As  we will see  in the  next chapter, we  only need
          fellowship - commune  with our Heavenly Father -  by sitting down
          to the covenant  meal.  The Holy Spirit assists  us in performing
          and maintaining  this fellowship  through covenant  prayer.   We,
          however,  must  believe   [commit]  and  simply  submit   to  the
          Holy Spirit who has  been sent to  functionalize the covenant  we
          already have by Christ.

          COVENANT CIRCUMCISION
               Although circumcision is widely practiced  today for reasons
          of  proper hygiene, it  originally was  practiced by  the Hebrews
          because of God's  covenant with them through Abraham.   As stated
          earlier, a  covenant was confirmed by a "cutting" in the hands or
          wrist.   In  the case  of  the Abrahamic  covenant, however,  God
          required circumcision; something totally unknown at that time.  I
          suggest that you stop and  read Genesis chapters 15 through 22  .
          Within these  chapters  you will  see  the elements  of  covenant
          already discussed, including the requirement of circumcision.
               The  question is, however, why did God require circumcision?
          Generally, and  even in the case of our  Lord, the cutting was in
          the  hand  or wrist  so all  could  see the  scars  and recognize
          covenant relationship.  Abraham, and all of his descendants, were
          required  a cutting  which  was  private,  unseen,  and  hitherto
          unknown; seen only  by God.  Circumcision speaks  of intimacy and
          singularity.  God  made covenant with one man at one time and all
          the descendants of that one man would come under that covenant by
          circumcision; thus  identifiable.   The act  of circumcision,  of
          course, was symbolic of that which was to come.
               Circumcisions  were  to  be  performed  on  the  eighth  day
          following one's birth.6   Our Lord arose on  the eighth day, that
          is, the first day  of a new week.  Thus  by His "circumcision" we
          are  covenanted with God.7   Our symbolic  circumcision speaks of
          "newness."  The number (8) in  Scripture speaks of a "newness" or
          "new beginning."   Be reminded once again that  during the animal
          sacrifice in  the covenant  ceremony, the  sacrifice was  divided
          [separated] and the participants walked  in a figure eight in and
          around the two  halves of the divided animal.  Our Lord traversed
          life and death eternally when He  arose on the eighth [first] day
          of the week.
               As circumcision was given to Abraham and his  descendants as
          a "sign,"8 so our spiritual circumcision of the heart [spirit] is
          a  sign; private unseen,  hitherto unknown, made  without hands.9
          Circumcision  was given  Abraham  as  a "seal"  of  his faith  in
          God.10   Such  seals in  Old Testament  times were  given by  the
          king,  or  ruler, of  the  land to  indicate  absolute authority.
          Usually the  king's ring  was imprinted [stamped]  in hot  wax to
          secure a  document, only to  be opened by  another such of  equal
          authority and power.  The  "seal" of circumcision was symbolic of
          Abraham's faith, thus he, Abraham, was given the righteousness of
          God.  We likewise have obtained such righteousness and been given
          the "seal" of the Holy Spirit, and thus possess the righteousness
          of  our Heavenly  Father.11   We are  even "justified,"  by faith
          whether we be circumcised or uncircumcised physically.12
               Upon reading Luke's account of  the Acts of the apostles and
          Paul's teachings in both the letters to the Romans and Galatians,
          we discover  there was  quite a controversy  in the  early church
          over circumcision.   Paul and  Peter even engaged in  debate over
          it.   Some  were  promoting that  circumcision  was a  Scriptural
          requirement for  salvation.   Paul made  it clear,  however, that
          such  teaching was  simply  not  true.   He  stated, however  the
          following: And you  are complete in Him, which is the head of all
          principality and power: In whom also you are circumcised with the
          circumcision made without  hands, in putting off the  body of the
          sins  of the  flesh  by  the circumcision  of  Christ.13   Christ
          obtain circumcision for  us and then, by faith  and confession in
          Him   as   Lord,   He   gives   us   the   circumcision   of  the
          heart/spirit.14  Could this  possibly be the symbolic meaning  of
          the  piercing of our  Lord's side -  near the heart  - (I.E., the
          circumcision of the heart?)
               As the circumcision required by God of Abraham  was private,
          unseen,  and intimate, so is the circumcision  of the heart.  God
          was the only one able to see  [know] Abraham was in covenant with
          Him and it is thus  the Holy Spirit who likewise sees [knows]  of
          our spiritual circumcision:  "And  God that searches the  hearts,
          knows what is the mind of the Holy Spirit because the Holy Spirit
          makes  intercession for  the  saints  according  to  the  will  -
          covenant - of God."

          COVENANT CONFIRMATION
               Although  the shedding of blood, confession of promises, the
          exchanging of  gifts, the cutting  of flesh, and the  offering of
          sacrifices, all demonstrated covenant, these were all signs given
          to  show confirmation.   Actually confirmation  could only  be in
          evidence as those in covenant lived out their lives.  The same is
          representative in  marriage today.   Couples may hold  a marriage
          certificate, they  may have  given blood to  be tested,  which is
          generally  required  by  state governments  before  marriages are
          granted, they may have confessed their love and devotion publicly
          before God  and friends, they  may have exchanged gifts  I.E. the
          wedding rings, they  may even live together as  husband and wife,
          but do  any of these  things confirm a  marriage?  A  marriage is
          only confirmed  by  the faithfulness  of  those whose  lives  are
          conducted in harmony.  In  another words, if the couple practices
          what they  preached -  confessed -  in their  spoken vows.   Many
          Christians today not only have little knowledge and understanding
          of Biblical covenant  with God, but they are  simply not faithful
          to the confessions of the mouth I.E. Jesus as Lord.
               While  in Bible college,  my roommate brought  back his fish
          tank from home one weekend.   We got everything set up, including
          the  miniature castles, multi colored rocks, the sparkling geodes
          with their  tiny  stalactites and  stalagmites, and  the pump  to
          freshen the  water with bubbling  oxygen.  Since my  roommate had
          furnished  the tank  and all  of  its accessaries,  I offered  to
          purchase  the fish.   We made plans  to barrow a  friends car the
          very next weekend, and every weekend thereafter, to purchase some
          fish; but we never purchased a single one.
               We lived in a four-plex on campus and our apartment  had the
          washer and dryer.  The  other students living in our  complex had
          to come and  use the washer and  dryer and often they  would load
          the machines  and then sit  in our living room  patiently waiting
          for  their laundry.   They often, of course,  began gazing at our
          twenty gallon brilliantly lighted exquisitely furnished, fishless
          fish tank.   After  several minutes of  studying the  empty tank,
          they always inquired,
               "Hey,  you  guys...where's the  fish  in this  thing?"   Our
          answer was always the  same.  Without looking up from  our books,
          we said,
               "Oh, they're in there  hiding among the geodes  and castles.
          Just keep  looking."  They  often lasted  several minutes  before
          they realized they were being fooled and retrieving their clothes
          from the machines,  they would vacate the apartment  with a snort
          and a smile.
               I use this illustration many times to  demonstrate how often
          it is discovered that people confess salvation without ever truly
          confessing  Jesus  as  Lord.     Many  have  the  appearance   of
          Christianity  - They  glitter  and shine,  they  function in  the
          element of spirituality, they carry their  Bible, they pray, they
          sing the Christian song, they bubble  with the joy of the Lord  -
          but  when  scrutinized  by  the  brilliant  illumination  of  the
          Holy Spirit, there is no covenant reflection.
               Not  every one  that says  unto me,  Lord, Lord,  shall
               enter into the kingdom of  Heaven; but he that does the
               will of my Father which is in Heaven.  Many will say to
               me in that  day, Lord, Lord, have we  not prophesied in
               your name?  And in your name have cast out devils?  And
               in your name done many  wonderful works?  And then will
               I profess unto them, I never knew you:  Depart from me,
               you who work iniquity.15
          Such teaching should not bring  condemnation or fear to the heart
          of one truly  walking in covenant relationship  with the Heavenly
          Father.   Such  acts, on  the other  hand  - preaching  the Word,
          casting out unclean spirits, and the doing of signs and wonders -
          should  indeed confirm  that we  are covenant Believers.16   Such
          faithfulness  in working the  works of our Lord  should not be an
          attempt to confirm  covenant, but rather  should be the  evidence
          that we  indeed are covenant  people.  In  another words, we  are
          faithfully  married  to  our  LOrd  and  our  love  is  confirmed
          consistently by the way we live in Him.   In this way, that which
          is unseen - the circumcision of the heart/spirit - can be seen by
          those outside of covenant relationship with God.  "Let your light
          so  shine before  men, that  they  may see  your good  works, and
          glorify  your  Father  which  is  in  Heaven."17    Perhaps  Paul
          described it best:   "For we are the  circumcision, which worship
          God  in the  spirit, and  rejoice in  Christ Jesus,  and have  no
          confidence in the flesh."18

          SUMMATION
               And we know  that all things work together  for good to
               them  that  love  God,  to  them  who  are  the  called
               according to His purpose.

               It has been  previously stated that the "we"  are not simply
          all Christians but  rather "the called."  The  called people have
          been chosen by God  because they have heard and responded  to the
          call of  His eternal Word.   Because of  their response,  God has
          made  covenant with  them through  His Son  Jesus Christ.   Thus,
          these "called"  are able  to "know" -  see with  spiritual vision
          through faith  - that  all things are  worked together  for their
          benefit.   They, the  called, indeed "love"  - have  made friends
          with  God -  through all  things they  face together  in covenant
          relationship.   Such a  friendship is only  possible by covenant.
          In  essence, they  who  take  up  prayer partnership  with  God's
          Holy Spirit have  embraced the  love covenant  as  God works  all
          things  together  for   their  benefit.    The   mystery  of  the
          Holy Spirit  is   in  how   He  keeps   renewing  this   covenant
          relationship as He  "makes intercession for the  saints according
          to the will of God."   Thus, it is of absolute necessity we learn
          to pray in the Spirit.


          FOOTNOTES FOR CHAPTER 7

               1 Rom. 8:16-17
               2 John 17:21
               3 John 15:16
               4 John 15:19
               5 Rom. 10:9
               6 Acts 7:8 & Phil. 3:5
               7 Col. 2:11
               8 Rom. 4:11
               9 Rom. 2:28-29
               10 Rom. 4:11
               11 Eph. 1:13
               12 Rom. 3:30
               13 Col. 2:10-11
               14 Rom. 2:29
               15 Matt. 7:21-23
               16 Mark 16:15-20
               17 Matt. 5:16
               18 Phil. 3:3

                            End Of Chapter 7

                            PRAYING IN THE SPIRIT


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