When things begin to stack up on top of each other and a sense of panic begins trying to creep in, I think many of us have either jumped into a get-it-solved-by-any-means mode or have fallen back into a can’t-do-anything-about-it-so-why-try mode. But in spite of the temptation to feel that He, who could do something about all of it immediately, has (“for some reason”) just chosen to add one more thing to our load, we will look expectantly for relief. Relief is on its way.
“Don’t add to my troubles. Give me some relief!” (Jer.17:17, Msg)
Below is a short audio file of Kathy Gabler speaking on “Escaping Victim Syndrome”.
She spoke on this subject last year at SEEC Kingdom Conference.
She will be speaking this year March 5-7, 2014 * Grace International * 936-856-2455
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To see details of the conference click on: https://martygabler.com/ctk-conference/
Tares And Wheat–When this subject is approached, it will likely be for the purpose of discussing eschatology. However, there is a principle here that we need to take a closer look at that could be advantageous to us well before the end of this age. It could even determine how some come to that end time in matters of preparedness. There are principles in Scripture that will help us well on our way to victory if we will take note of the priority and order they show us.
Mat 13:30 “Allow both to grow together until the harvest; and in the time of the harvest I will say to the reapers, “First gather up the tares and bind them in bundles to burn them up; but gather the wheat into my barn.” (NASB)
(This is the first excerpt from Marty’s article “Tares And Wheat.” In the next few days, there will be excerpts dealing with “Calling Things That Are Not” and “Incremental Change.”)
God’s Word in Heb 4:12 is not “penetrating to the dividing line of the soul and the spirit, and of joints and marrow, exposing and sifting and analyzing and judging the very thoughts and purposes of the heart” so that we can feel condemnation, but so we can get into agreement with the Word of His power. Getting into agreement with the Word is our living in such a way that the principles and values of the Word are evident in our lives. It will result in our living like we have a Lord and Savior.
(This is the seventh excerpt from Marty’s SEEC Magazine article, “The Word Is Mighty In You.”)