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Romans 12:
Transformers
Mankind has made miraculous advances in physics, medicine, astro-physics, genetic engineering, psychology, theology and other scientific disciplines in the last decade.
Some Examples are…
But when in comes down to man’s treatment of his own kind the story is much different.
Starvation and diseases are running rampant and unchecked despite man’s agricultural and medical advances.
Man with his powerful electron microscopes can fine the human gene responsible for aging, but amazingly man has not found a way to live at peace with his fellow man.
peer pres·sure
noun
influence from members of one's peer group.
"his behavior was affected by drink and peer pressure"
A cartoon program in the early to mid-nineties featured characters that at first glance seemed to be tractor trailers and other types of vehicles.
But they had the unique ability to transform themselves into other forms!
It seems very simple and childish but a very powerful spiritual lesson can be learned from this.
When it comes down to a changed life, from the inside out, man still has to come to the Church of the living God to discover the power that transforms lives!
A cartoon program in the early to mid-nineties featured characters that at first glance seemed to be tractor trailers and other types of vehicles.
But they had the unique ability to transform themselves into other forms!
It seems very simple and childish but a very powerful spiritual lesson can be learned from this.
It reminds me of the popular TV and Movie franchise called “Transformers” as the story goes, several thousand years ago, the planet Cybertron was consumed by a civil war by the two Transformer factions, the Autobots led by Optimus Prime and the Decepticons led by Megatron.
A cartoon program in the early to mid-nineties featured characters that at first glance seemed to be tractor trailers and other types of vehicles.
But they had the unique ability to transform themselves into other forms!
It seems very simple and childish but a very powerful spiritual lesson can be learned from this.
At first glance they seemed to be tractor trailers and other types of vehicles.
But they had the unique ability to transform themselves into other forms!
It seems very simple and childish but a very powerful spiritual lesson can be learned from this.
The fictional characters had the power or ability to transform but they had to make it or will it to happen!
Tell your neighbor make it happen!
It was an act of the will!
Exod
The first transformer...
God was the originator of the idea of transformation!
When he created man in such a way that, if need be, He could pull a woman out of him with out ever having to reach back into the dust.
In one act God transformed a man into a marriage and marriage into a family, and so on.
When God created man everything he needed to become was already placed inside of him!
Unlimited potential was locked into our spirits before birth.
For the Christian, transformation is the out-working of the internal.
In other words God has placed certain things in us that must come out!
Before I formed thee in the belly I knew thee; and before thou camest forth out of the womb I sanctified thee, and I ordained thee a prophet unto the nations.
I pray that we as Christians never lose our conviction that God does change lives.
Even though we are so fragile, and can be burdened beyond our strength and taxed beyond our power to cope.
We are created beings, with limits, and life will drag every one of us to his or her limit, time and time again.
We invest our trust with others who betray us.
We often stumble in the face of strong temptations and never cease to pay a price that we never imagined.
Sharing our lives with others that need us can deplete our means and our strength; extended illness that we feel we never deserved can cling like a close friend; and besides all of this, we are still random candidates for street violence, airplane and car crashes, violent storms, war casualties, freak accidents and mental breakdowns.
In the midst of hell and high-water we need to know that we are not alone in this world.
We need to know that God is a power and a presence who is aware of our condition and who is able to intervene on our behalf.
We need to know that… God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.
Therefore will not we fear, though the earth be removed, and though the mountains be carried into the midst of the sea; ,
Just like a caterpillar in his cocoon transforming into a beautiful butterfly, many people that will rock this world are sleeping in the cocoon of obscurity, waiting for their change to come.
However the Scriptures speak loud and clear,”…it is high time to awake out of sleep: for now is our salvation nearer that when we believed” ().
Expound the Idea about God being the original transformer!
the believer is to give his devotion, energy, and thoughts to God.
The word therefore launches a new subject for discussion.
It connects what is about to be said to what has been said.
What has been said is this:
⇒ The world desperately needs to get right with God (Ro.
1:18–3:20).
⇒ The way for the world to get right with God is now clearly revealed through God’s Son, the Lord Jesus Christ.
The way is justification: believing in the Lord Jesus Christ and having God count one’s faith as righteousness (Ro.
3:21–5:21).
⇒ The believer in Christ can now be sanctified, that is, set apart to God and set free from sin to life eternal by the Lord Jesus Christ and by the Holy Spirit (Ro.
6:1–8:39).
⇒ The believer or the church, not Israel, is now God’s choice to carry the gospel of His Son to the whole world (Ro.
9:1–11:36).
This is the glorious message of how much God loves us and of what God has done for us.
This is what is meant by “the mercies of God.”
The mercies of God are overflowing; they are beyond anything any person could ever desire.
Just think about what God has done for us.
God has …
• met our desperate need to get right with Him
• provided the power to be set free from the terrible bondages of this life and to live eternally
• given the most glorious purpose to life: that of proclaiming the news of God’s Son, of how to be set free from sin and death and to live eternally
Therefore, in light of the mercies of God, of all this that God has done for us, we must devote ourselves to God.
We must dedicate and commit ourselves to Him.
Dedication - commitment
the believer is to give his devotion, energy, and thoughts to God.
The word therefore launches a new subject for discussion.
It connects what is about to be said to what has been said.
What has been said is this:
⇒ The world desperately needs to get right with God (Ro.
1:18–3:20).
⇒ The way for the world to get right with God is now clearly revealed through God’s Son, the Lord Jesus Christ.
The way is justification: believing in the Lord Jesus Christ and having God count one’s faith as righteousness (Ro.
3:21–5:21).
⇒ The believer in Christ can now be sanctified, that is, set apart to God and set free from sin to life eternal by the Lord Jesus Christ and by the Holy Spirit (Ro.
6:1–8:39).
⇒ The believer or the church, not Israel, is now God’s choice to carry the gospel of His Son to the whole world (Ro.
9:1–11:36).
This is the glorious message of how much God loves us and of what God has done for us.
This is what is meant by “the mercies of God.”
The mercies of God are overflowing; they are beyond anything any person could ever desire.
Just think about what God has done for us.
God has …
• met our desperate need to get right with Him
• provided the power to be set free from the terrible bondages of this life and to live eternally
• given the most glorious purpose to life: that of proclaiming the news of God’s Son, of how to be set free from sin and death and to live eternally
Therefore, in light of the mercies of God, of all this that God has done for us, we must devote ourselves to God.
We must dedicate and commit ourselves to Him.
the believer is to present his body to God.
The importance of the human body cannot be overstated.
The one thing upon earth that is abused more than anything else is man’s body.
Man abuses, neglects, and ignores his body …
• by overeating
• by becoming inactive
• by being too active
• by cursing, fighting, and killing
• by partaking of harmful substances
• by caring for the external abusing the internal
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