Will Marais shares the truth of how when a person is exposed to God’s revelation of Himself, it often supersedes the need for answers. It supernaturally secures and empowers the person in the knowledge of God’s sovereignty and majesty – whether their circumstances change or not!
Andrew expounds on the incredible importance of understanding the foundational truth of being slaves of God. How does this truth work out in our lives? How does this affect how we relate to Jesus Christ?
“A fully mature son in the spirit, lives for one thing- the glory of his Father. He brings into the earth the nature, image and the purposes of his Father. If we desire to walk in true obedience we need a great revelation of His love and then allow that love to do a work in us.”
“When somebody sins in your community (life) groups, is your first thought love or is it judgement? When the Lord sees us and we sin, His first thought is how can I draw them back into my presence, not how can I judge them?”
“The church is destined to grow…Revelations tells us so! The church has a blessing over it. There is a possibility in every church for us to ‘give birth’ to something that isn’t what God intends for us- we must be the right kind of bride.”