"IF YE CONTINUE IN MY WORD"

When Christ Jesus was instructing the Jews who believed on him as to how they could gain freedom, he prefaced his remark with this important statement (John 8:31): "If ye continue in my word, then are ye my disciples indeed." Then he added his wonderful promise. "And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free."

Jesus taught the truth and proved it by his healings. He never taught any creed or dogma. Rather was he always about his Father's business, showing by his example how we are to "continue in [his] word." He lived in strict accordance with the Ten Commandments and commanded us to do likewise. His entire mission was unassailable proof that all things are possible to God, for he glorified Him in his every deed. Never did Jesus rely on any human opinion; his words and works were always based on his understanding of the power of God, an understanding so profound that all evil beliefs, whether in the form of sickness, sin, lack, or death, gave way before it.

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