-Three Salvations-

  1. The Three Salvations
  2. Salvation of the Spirit (The First Salvation)
  3. Born of Water
  4. The Washing of Water by the Word
  5. Salvation of the Soul (The Second Salvation)
  6. The Wilderness
  7. Waters of Rest
  8. Knowing God’s Ways
  9. The Sword of the Spirit
  10. “Today” if You Hear God’s Voice
  11. Let the Dead Bury the Dead
  12. The Defiled Man
  13. Salted With Fire
  14. The Consuming Fire
  15. Till We Have Faces
  16. The Salvation of My Face
  17. Glorification (The Third Salvation)

4 Responses to -Three Salvations-

  1. sandy says:

    God has been answering my prayers through the leading of His Holy Spirit. I have felt such a relentless urgency recently to find out what would count me worthy to escape what’s to come. God has lead me to the saving of the soul. I too had thought my soul was saved at the time of salvation and I now am becoming aware or is being revealed to me otherwise. I keep thinking I must be holding unto something that needs to be surrendered? I do desire God’s will in place of my own. I have picked up my cross and have chosen to follow Him. I must be struggling with one of the lusts? I need the Holy Spirit to reveal it to me. How could Enoch and Elijah be translated to heaven? Did they not have corrupted bodies as we do? Is it true that some priest back in the 1600’s came up with the teaching of the ‘rapture’? I hope you’ll forgive me but I have so many question. God has been so gracious with me, for which I am so grateful.

  2. Glenn says:

    Sandy, we all live in bodies of flesh which are subject to various lusts and sins, even Enoch and Elijah. What I have learned is that we cannot become perfect in our flesh until we are glorified, until we receive the fullness of the Holy Spirit. The key, I believe, is that we must want to be perfect. This is what Jesus meant when he said, “Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.” and “Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted.” in Matthew 5. Jesus hates spiritual pride like that he found in the Pharisees. He seeks disciples who acknowledge that they are indeed “poor in spirit” and who “mourn” over their sinful condition. It sounds like this is where you are at, and this is a good thing! I cannot say that I know that Jesus will choose me as an overcomer. I hope so and pray this is the case. May he continue to lead both of us in his truth and let us continue to walk the narrow path he reveals to us.

  3. Jenny says:

    I am so blessed to have stumbled onto your site. After some 50 hrs of stumbling and wandering through the wilderness, He has called me to discover and walk the narrow path. It gets lonely and I am glad you are here.

  4. Glenn says:

    Thanks for writing, Jenny. Keep in touch and God bless your walk with Him.

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