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The Height of Thought

God's thoughts are higher than ours, and in order to receive the height of those thoughts we must be seated together with Him according the Finished Work. Consider the decrease of earthly expression and the increase of heavenly fellowship that would take over in a person's life. Think of all the words that would be excluded, the conversations that would be reduced, the depression that would be avoided, and the pressure that would be released.

The revelation of God's thoughts would relieve so much from the mind and emotions of a man. Instead of guilt and condemnation as an automatic consequence always being practiced in his life when he thinks that he has failed or not done properly in some area, he would receive the thought of God's everlasting kindness and unconditional love and enduring mercy, because God's thoughts are not evil toward us.

"Abraham, when you go to Egypt in disobedience, and Lot, despite your wickedness and filth and My hate toward your sin, My thoughts are to give you imputed righteousness, because of redemption, if you receive it. Peter, you denied Me and that is a serious sin. But Peter I have a plan of sovereign grace which will inspire and motivate you; and in the midst of your own personal defeat, you will experience a substantiation of grace, a substantiation of mercy, and a personal love that I have for you in My thoughts."

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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