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And He Was Not

There are two things that are imperative for us to know: a) that it is impossible for us to change in Adam; and b) that it is impossible for God to lie about what He has done to Adam.

A believer may walk with God outwardly, but he cannot walk with God inwardly unless he knows the meaning of the words “together” and “agree” and then moves in grace. “Together” means one soul in two bodies. Even when Christ’s soul was sorrowful unto death, his soul never became any less than God’s soul, though he was in his humanity.

Do not have a marriage with two souls in two bodies. Have a redemptive marriage with one soul in two bodies; a redemptive family, one soul in every member; and a redemptive Corporate Body, every member joined in one soul. People who are not redeemed are a group of many souls in many bodies-they are all different.

If we agree with God we have one soul. It is recorded in Genesis 5:24 that Enoch walked with God and was not. The chapter discusses person after person who lived and died. Then it talks about Enoch, a man who walked a different way, a man who had one soul with God, who agreed with God, and who never died but went to Heaven with Christ. All kinds of people live and die, but those who walk with God have had their last rites and are not, because they are with Christ.

Carl H. Stevens

Carl H. Stevens

(1929-2008) pastored and established thriving churches and Bible colleges in Maine, Massachusetts, and Maryland. He also helped pioneer Christian talk radio through Telephone Time and the Grace Hour and authored nearly 500 books and booklets. See also the Carl H Stevens Memorial Site
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