SEEC Magazine Latest Issue **Our 21st Year of Publication**
Marty and Kathy Gabler invite you to read
SEEC Magazine Volume 21 Issue 6.
CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO READ:
Your Home #32—May the Lord break you loose from the past limitations of your family, even from many generations past. May you and your seed far surpass the deeds and accomplishments of your former generations so that the Lord is known as Almighty God to you and yours now and in time to come.
”For the Lord is good; his mercy is everlasting; and his truth endureth to all generations.” (Ps.100:5, KJV)
A long time ago, there was a position in the kingdom waiting for the king’s son to be born into. When royal advisors heard that the queen was expecting, they did not run around in a frenzy trying to come up with something for the anticipated new royal family member to do. The king had inheritance and positions for all the sons his queen could give him. The king was concerned about the business of his kingdom and he wanted only his sons ruling with him in that kingdom to assure that his desires would be instituted in generations to come. In the Kingdom of God there is inheritance and position waiting for the sons of the King to step into, embrace and function in.
(This is the fifth excerpt from Marty Gabler’s article “Sons/Daughters of the Kingdom“. More excerpts will be posted Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.)
In Galatians the word “adopted” does refer to the privilege of being adopted by a father into his family and becoming a family member, but it also refers to the inheritance we have been adopted to receive. Eph.1:18 and Col.1:12 both speak of the richness of the inheritance we have been given by our Father. Our beneficent heavenly Father has a rich inheritance for His sons. He wants all His sons to receive the rich inheritance He has adopted them to function in.
(This is the fourth excerpt from Marty Gabler’s article “Sons/Daughters of the Kingdom“. More excerpts will be posted Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.)
It is very important to understand the concept and position of “son” in the Bible. It is not just another topic for a Bible study or something to cover in a Sunday School class before the end of the year. It is a must for the people of God to realize their sonship through Jesus Christ. We (both male and female) cannot understand and operate in the inheritance we have in Christ if we do not understand our sonship.
(This is the first excerpt from Marty Gabler’s article “Sons/Daughters of the Kingdom“.
More excerpts will be posted Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.)