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SID: Now some of you may be wondering why I’m seated and that’s because you don’t understand the Jewish way of teaching. When Jesus, and his name from Miriam his mother, wasn’t Jesus, by the way, it was Yeshua. When Jesus taught, when Yeshua taught he would be seated and many rabbis teach this way. So I thought I would teach this way. Is that okay? All right. Now I’m going to tell you what the Holy Spirit revealed to me and this is important for you to capture, to grasp. The first thing I want to talk about is a word that I understand Joyce Meyer had a tape series on this, a CD series on this subject and no one bought it. And then she changed the title and people bought it. But the original title was what I want to talk about, “Humility.” Now I have a friend and this friend, he says to me all the time, “I’m nothing.” And I have to tell you, teachers like Kenneth Hagan on the righteousness of God and Messiah Jesus, and so I heard him say that and I didn’t say anything. That’s his business, you know. But you know what? It’s got to do with motivation. I hear many people say, I’m the righteousness of God, and that motivation isn’t right. You know what I’m saying? And I hear people say, I’m nothing. I can tell you now, I can honestly say to you, I am nothing. I’m nothing. Without God, I wouldn’t be seated here. Without God, I wouldn’t even be alive right now. Without God, I wouldn’t know where I’m going when I die. Without God, I wouldn’t want to live. And I found this in Scripture, Galatians, chapter 6, verse 3, “For if anyone thinks himself to be something when he is nothing, he is deceiving himself.” You recognize the only thing good in me and the only thing good in you is the Messiah. Galatians 2:20, maybe you can understand right now, “I’ve been crucified with the Messiah. It’s no longer I who live, but the Messiah who lives in me and the life that I now in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God who loved me and gave himself for me.” So anything good in me is from the Messiah. I had the privilege of meeting Katherine Kuhlman, and Katherine Kuhlman would have all this wonderful worship. But you don’t know, she had a motivation behind this wonderful worship. She would be backstage saying, “Holy Spirit, if you don’t show up, nothing is going to happen.” She knew that she was nothing and God could use nothing and make something out of nothing. There’s no room at all for arrogance. Now one of the keys of walking in humility is walking in forgiveness, and I want to put the word “instant” forgiveness. Why? The longer you wait, the tougher it is. You have to instantly forgive. Mark 11:25-26 says, “Whenever you stand praying if you have anything against anyone,” that’s pretty inclusive, you know, anything. What? Anything. Against who? Anyone. Now here’s where forgiveness gets tricky. It’s very important to realize if you’re waiting for a feeling you may wait forever. It’s a decision. I’m going to follow the Messiah. I don’t care if it hurts, I don’t care what happens, I don’t care what I feel, I am a follower of the Messiah, and I am going to instantly forgive. It’s a decision and you can do the decision. You can’t do the feeling, but you can do the decision. The feeling will come. The second thing is I used to think in the wrong, this was wrong, that if someone did something bad to me they had to ask for my forgiveness in order for me to forgive them. Untrue. I am commanded by God to forgive whether they ask me or not. And number three, you can forgive someone and truly forgive them, but they have to earn your trust. That doesn’t mean you’re stupid. You don’t have to trust them, but you have to forgive them. Now you know when you understand this, it’s easy to forgive. Someone said it this way: Unforgiveness is drinking the poison that you want the other person to drink. You know who you’re hurting? You’re just hurting yourself. Now the second thing I want to talk about is something that not too many people talk about and they’d better. This is the most important thing on the heart of God at this moment in history, and it’s holiness, purity. Hebrews 12:14 says, “Pursue holiness without which no one will see the Lord.” By the way, this is my P.S. No one will see the Lord in this life or when they leave. Anyone interested in seeing the Lord when they leave? Anyone interested in seeing the Lord in this life? Without holiness, you will not see the Lord. I mean, I kind of, I can rest the case on that. 1 Corinthians 6:9-10, “Do you not know that the unrighteous will not inherit the Kingdom of God. Do not be deceived. Neither fornicators nor adulators, nor homosexuals, nor sodomites, nor thieves, nor covenants, nor drunkards will inherit the Kingdom of God.” Biblical morality does not change with the times. God says, “I am the same yesterday, today and forever and you that think you can practice new age, homosexuality, sex without marriage, living with a partner without being married, pornography, everything listed in Deuteronomy 18 and see God, you are as the scripture says, you are deceived. I’m telling you that holiness is possible, not in yourself, but it’s called grace. It’s not grace to sin, it’s grace to have the power to overcome the sin. Let’s get it straight. And when I come back, I’ll go to the next point.

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