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Our Last Rites

Many people think they have rights, but the rights that they hold onto prohibit them from walking in agreement with God. You do not have to hold onto certain rights so that you can secure a place in life for yourself. God will remove all that your rights have given you and baptize you into the last rite, that can never be wrong. You are baptized through death into the Life of God which is unconditional love. Our life in Christianity is to be originated from the God Who cannot lie. We do not have to make in Adam what we could not stir up through our talk about God. When I forsake Adam, the Lord takes me up in Life.

How do we walk together with God? Many people walk outwardly together but never live in togetherness. Believers do not walk together with God because they do not agree with God. They live in bondage to their own Adam, and that separates and prevents them from being one soul with God. In Jeremiah 13:23, God says that it is impossible for a leopard to change his spots. And yet, person after person in the Christian realm spends a lifetime trying to change his spots. A man has a permanent weakness and he cannot change that spot of weakness, or the way he is made. He begins to live in that impossibility, convicted that there is a need to change and yet frustrated without change. He tries again and again to analyze his own spots, all the time forfeiting his chances to experience what God has provided in the weakness of his actual situation.

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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