God is a life-giving spirit. If you are in Christ, you have been given the nature of God and so you can give life to anything around you.
Through Jesus’ atoning work on the Cross of Calvary, those in Christ have been given the omnipotent divine nature of God and so we can do all things.
In Christ, the limitations of the old nature no longer exist. So those in Christ can achieve any God-given vision no matter how big.
For those in Christ, their assignment is now a function of God’s instructions and no longer talent. Because they have the nature of God; and so can do all things.
God is infinitely Omnipotent. He can do all things; so the concept of talent is not compatible with the concept of divinity.
When Jesus changed your nature, He changed what you can learn. He changed your old nature and gave you the nature of God, so you can learn to be like God.
Nature defines limits. So to take the limits off you, Jesus had to first change your nature through His death, resurrection and glorification.
To discover yourself means to discover both your old self and your new self if you are in Christ. You discard the former and put on the latter.
Jesus through His death obtained a divine origin for those who believe in Him. If you are in Christ, you are now from the Father; you are born of God.
An important new creation reality ushered in by Jesus’ death is divine origin because you always return to where you came from. Your future is decided by your past.
Jesus Christ didn’t just die on the cross to give you a future and a new hope; He actually died to give you a sinless past.
Justification, a cardinal new creation, means that we now have a sinless past before God.
When you are established in these three powerful new creation realities, you will experience metamorphosis. The limitations of the old creation will cease to exist in your experiences and expectations.
Jesus Christ’s death terminated and abolished the essential realities of the old creation while His resurrection and ascension brought into being new creation realities. His sacrifice ushered in wonderful blessings.
Quite a lot of folks believe in Jesus Christ, but the fact that they believe in Him doesn’t put them in Christ. It is what you believe about Jesus that matters.
Jesus Christ introduced a brand new creation through His death on the cross of Calvary, his resurrection and his ascension into glory at the right hand of the Father.