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Walk Out What we Were Born to Do

Kathy — Doubt, fear, offense, deceit, unforgiveness and depression can crawl up on anybody’s porch. Mature sons master them and continue to walk out what they FatherSonBuildwere born to do. When His sons mature, His government is demonstrated on earth as in heaven and His supernatural touches the natural. Let’s be encouraged. Our Father is faithful and patient. He will keep working with us to grow us up into full stature! Eph.4:13, Amp — “until we all reach oneness in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God, [growing spiritually] to become a mature believer, reaching to the measure of the fullness of Christ [manifesting His spiritual completeness and exercising our spiritual gifts in unity].”

SEEC Magazine Volume 24 Issue 4

SEEC Magazine Volume 24 Issue 24
This is our 24th year of publication.
There are articles by Marty and Kathy Gabler and others.
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Modification By God

God will faithfully modify our thinking with reference to philosophy of life, convictions and basic views of Himself. He is ALWAYS bigger than the “box” we in_boxput Him in. God is both capable and courageous enough to modify the expression of one’s personality. (Now that’s the untouchable one.)

Moses was supposed to lead Israel out of Egypt, not choke all the Egyptians one by one. He was supposed to speak to the rock, not strike it. The end result is not the only thing important to God. If we yield, God will modify everything necessary so that we will speak and not strike when He says, “Speak.” Cf.”Blessed is the man who perseveres under trial, because when he has stood the test, he will receive…(Js.1:12).”

(This is the fifth excerpt in a series about “Promise” from Marty Gabler’s book “Why Sheep Have Short Legs,” Chapter Two.)

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We pray that this issue of SEEC Magazine is a blessing to you,

Marty & Kathy Gabler