Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Return to the Father's Heart
So the Earth Will Survive
Robert B. Scott

Return to the Father’s Heart

This crucial book will pave the way for the of coming Elijah of Malachi 4:5-6, who is prophesied to bring today’s absent fathers toward their neglected or jettisoned children and bring the heart of believers back to their Father in heaven. The book offers a solution to a pervasive problem among men today: their inability to forgive abusive fathers. This modern-day Elijah will “restore all things” (Mat. 17:11), including the true gospel of the Kingdom or Family of God, revealing the dangerous error of the grace revolution leading to the appearance of the man of lawlessness, an evil leader who will fight the second coming of Jesus. Click HERE to order your copy today!

Original Revelation Regarding Identity


Original Revelation Regarding Identity



Original Revelation Regarding IdentityEarly after his healing in 1998, Gerald Budzinski received his original revelation about our identity in Jesus.  While we have since produced more detailed declarations of identity, we thought our readers would appreciate knowing where it all began.

  • No person can consistently behave in a way that's inconsistent with the way he perceives himself.
  • The moment you say yes to Jesus your old self dies.  Your new self lives on forever.
  • As long as Jesus lives you live.
  • A Christian has their real identity in Jesus, he is a saint, a spiritually born child of God, a divine masterpiece,  a child of light,  a  citizen of heaven,  and a precious jewel in God's eyes.
  • It is not what you do as a Christian that determines who you are; it is who you are that determines what you do.  2  Cor. 5:17,  Eph. 2:10.
  • Next to our knowledge of God, our knowledge of who we are is by far the most important truth we can possess.
  • If Satan can deceive you into believing his lie, that you are not acceptable to God and that you will never amount to anything as a Christian, then you will live as though you have no position of identity in Jesus.  His lie stops maturity and growth in Jesus.  It also blocks your prayer life and communion with the Father.
  • God does not call you a sinner, but a saint, a holy one.  You are a saint that occasionally sins; what you do does not what determines who you are.
  • I am reconciled to God, and I am a minister of reconciliation.
  • I am a son of light and not of darkness.
  • I am an enemy of the devil.
  • I am a living sacrifice to the glory of God.
  • I am a warrior who stands in the breach.
  • God has made my physically unique and has given me a combination of spiritual gifts that make me spiritually unique and special in His sight.
  • My heavenly Father has chosen a personal name for me that is unique.
  • I have been given a unique ministry and commission that allows me to work with God's  gifts.
  • My calling was special for me, my justification was given at a special time in my life, and my sanctification is following a unique course that the Holy Spirit has designed.
  • I am a wrestler who wrestles not against flesh and blood but against powers, principalities, and demons in high places.
  • I am a brother of Jesus.
  • I am crucified with Jesus and have suffered much in common with Him.
  • I have Jesus embedded in me and henceforth will always have acceptance to the Father.
  • I can now call God my Father as Jesus did.
  • I am beloved of God.
  • Always remind yourself who you are in Jesus:  it brings about maturity.  The more you reaffirm who you are in Jesus, the more your behavior will reflect your true identity in Him.
  • The believer’s hope is to be changed into Jesus' image by the Holy Spirit.
  • The person whose confidence is in being a child of God purifies himself and begins to live according to his perceptions of himself.  We are able to say to God, “Not my will but Your will be done.”
  • Each day we must make a choice of whether or not we want to walk in the Spirit as a child of God or walk in the flesh and let Satan's lies lead us into rebellion.