THE KINGDOM AND THE POWER
MOST OF THE CHURCH has not yet grasped the tremendous power it has. Too many Christians see themselves as natural physical entities that are governed by their bodies and swept along by the tides of life. But Statan knows better. He understands the power that is latent in the Body of Christ, and he knows that if we ever become aware of who we really are in Christ Jesus, his time is short.
In this powerful commentary on the Book of Ephesians, Apostle Frederick K.C. Price writes: "There is dynamic power available in and through us who believe. Power, in this context, means ability, but you have to put that power to work if it is going to do you any good."
"I wish that all Christians could get a glimpse of the magnitude of the power. It would change the complexion of the entire Body of Christ if they did so."
THE WAY, THE WALK, AND THE WARFARE OF THE BELIEVER DISCUSSES:
- THE BELIEVER'S STANDING IN GRACE
- THE BELIEVER'S POSITION IN CHRIST
- THE BELIEVER'S ABILITY IN CHRIST
- THE BELIEVER'S WALK IN CHRIST
- THE WARFARE OF THE BELIEVER