Thank you for taking the time to read my blog. I also appreciate your comments. I will soon see if God makes me teach more about the spiritual laws of the Bible. God bless you! I have consistently applied this spiritual law to my life and ministry for many years, and it never fails to achieve the promised results. But this law wasn`t written just for Jerry Savelle; It was also written for you. And when you start applying it to your own life, you can expect the same results. That is a good thing. It`s hard to say exactly what would happen if gravity took a day off, but the best guesses agree: it would be unpleasant. So I was talking about a small number of spiritual laws found in the Bible.
These laws govern and control what you get out of life. God gives us great information about these laws in the Bible so that we can learn to apply them to help us live our lives to the fullest. God gives us a number of great examples in the Bible of people applying these laws to accomplish great things. God also gives us examples of people who did not obey these spiritual laws and how they came to a less admirable end. By cooperating with spiritual laws, we are much less likely to fall into what someone might call your accidental bad luck! God bless you! God informs us about many spiritual laws found in the Bible, but you have to look for them. This verse tells us that “faith” is a spiritual law. We can understand that faith is man`s ability to believe something that cannot be confirmed by our natural senses. For example, having “faith” in an invisible God. You have never seen God, but you believe He exists.
This is biblical faith! Faith is the belief in something that cannot be proven in the natural realm. If you could prove that this thing exists, it would not be faith. The world likes to say, “To see is to believe,” but this is not a biblical belief, and it is not a true statement. If you can see something, you know it exists and you don`t have to believe anything. Knowing that something is true is very different from believing that something is true. When someone came up to me and told me they had seen a man walking barefoot on the lake. I should either choose to believe what they said or reject what they said because I didn`t see it with my own eyes. If I have decided to believe it, it means trusting this person and what they have said. (verse 1:3) This is part 1 of a series of lessons on the spiritual laws of the Bible created by God. I enjoyed studying the natural and physical laws found in science when I went to school. We are surrounded by, and completely dependent on these laws of nature for our survival on this planet. After studying the Bible for many years, I realized that God created natural things as models for things found in the spiritual realm.
Every day we get up and we stand up without ever thinking about most of these laws of nature that govern our lives. Yet they influence what we do and the results we achieve, whether we think about it or not. The laws of motion, the laws of gravity, the laws of thermodynamics, and the laws of aerodynamics are just a few of those scientific systems on which we depend. God created these natural systems so that we could rely on them and trust them every day by faith. You may or may not understand how these laws I have just given you work, but you can always believe in them and use them to your advantage or detriment, whatever you desire. For example, if you want to travel from New York to California, the law of aerodynamics can help your pilot circumvent the laws of gravity and get there in a few hours by plane. This is just a small example of how natural laws help us in our daily lives. You`ve probably heard one version of this spiritual law: “What circulates, comes back.” “You take out what you put on.” “The chickens come home to sleep.” But no matter how you say it, the underlying message is always the same. As the fundamental law of nature, gravity does what it does, all day, every day. No exceptions. God`s laws of physics can be found in a physics book; Its spiritual laws are found in the Word of God, the Bible. According to the Bible in Evil 3:6, God never changes.
This would be an example of a spiritual law. We can clearly find scriptures that teach us that God knows everything, for example, He knows the end from the beginning (Isaiah 46:1), and this expands us into the doctrine of “the omniscience of God.” Omniscience simply means “ALL KNOWLEDGE or ALL KNOWING”. I fully agree with this doctrine, as we should all do. But it gets more complicated because we also have to balance other verses that teach us that God is unable to remember what He doesn`t want to remember (Isaiah 43:25).