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The most wonderful spiritual experience in life is to be born and indwelt by the transcended God. The prospects are so rich, ennobling, glorious, spiritual, and heavenly: Think of resurrection, immortality, and joint reign with Christ at His return, eternal inheritance in heaven, perfect transformation into the image of Christ and many more that shall be ours in Christ. The birth and the life of a Christian are inexplicable: “He that is joined unto the Lord is one spirit” transcends reasoning.
To live as a Christian is no ordinary life; it transcends natural life. It is a life lived fully in and through the Holy Spirit: “If we live in the Spirit, let as also walk in the Spirit.” It is the God kind of life; the life of Jesus Christ reproduced in and through those who are born the second time of God. Spirit speaks to spirit and flesh to flesh and the two lives are mutually exclusive.
It is satisfying to comprehend the scope and goal of the Christian calling, but equally important and essential is to press towards the mark of attainment. To press toward the prize of the heavenly calling of God in Christ; to be filled with all the fullness of God for “Christ in you is the hope of glory.” If you are wondering what the Christian life is all about or what is expected of you as a Christian then this book would be a great blessing. For the mature Christian this book is indispensable.
This book will expose you to the effect the Spirit has on the life of those who are born of the Spirit; the mysterious transformation of a sinner into a saint, the ways of transcended people, and much more. Again, if you want to know what it takes to live as a Christian and “to walk worthy of the vocation wherewith you are called,” then my prayer is that this book would be a valuable companion. May the Lord guide us all, Amen.