by Tony Alamo

The first and most important move God made on behalf of our salvation was His incarnation, which is recorded in the New Testament.1 "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God" (John 1:1). This scripture is telling us the Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit live in each Word of God.2  Revelation 19:13 and 16 tell us Jesus is "the Word" and the Word is the "King of kings, and Lord of lords."

John 1:14 states that "the Word was made flesh." Isaiah 9:6 tells us that the Word is the Triune Godhead become flesh, and many other scriptures tell us the Word, which is "the fulness of the Godhead bodily,"3 continues His mission in this world in human flesh: "Ye are the temple of the living God" (II Cor. 6:16) because God with the Father by the Holy Spirit lives within those of us who are born of His Spirit.4 He grows within us as each Word of God is received into us as God’s life, as our life, as His truth, as His will, and as His power, enabling us to do His will. "Know ye not that ye are the temple of God, and that the Spirit of God dwelleth in you?" (I Cor. 3:16). "Know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit which is in you, which ye have of God, and ye are not your own?" (I Cor. 6:19). "If the Spirit of Him that raised up Jesus from the dead dwell in you, He that raised up Christ from the dead shall also quicken your mortal bodies by His Spirit that dwelleth in you" (Rom. 8:11).5  In Heaven, the Word was God’s body.6 Now we who are saved are the body of the Triune God, who still lives in His Word. Every believer’s body is a member of Christ.7  "Know ye not that your bodies are the members of Christ?" (I Cor. 6:15). "We, being many, are one body in Christ, and every one members one of another" (Rom. 12:5).

Even though the Triune God lived in Christ’s human body, which had all the characteristics of humanity,8 including the flesh’s desire to sin, He, of course, also had all the characterizations of the Triune God living within that flesh, including the desire not to sin but instead to destroy sin.9  He chose to follow the Father’s will, using all of the Triune God’s power over flesh to live a sinless life, thus destroying all the lusts of the flesh, all the lusts of the eyes, and all the pride of life, Satan, sin, death, Hell, and the grave.10 God came to this earth to dwell in the will of God, carried out by man. God found His home on earth in our flesh, in the obedience of His people.11  In this way God shows every human that the Word, whether in Heaven or on earth, is the only vessel that has His immortal life dwelling within it.12 People must have God the Word dwelling within them if they wish to possess God’s immortal life and keep their flesh, themselves, under the control of the Holy Spirit.13 

The Bible tells us Christ is the fullness of the Godhead.14 In other words, Christ is the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.15 Christ is the entire Godhead, the entire Trinity made flesh. "And His name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, THE MIGHTY God, the Everlasting Father" (Isa. 9:6). A human child, born of a human virgin, is "the Mighty God," the Everlasting Father, living in a little child’s human flesh. That is, Jesus was God the Word Incarnate. This human child, Jesus, who was born in a manger, was the Almighty God and the Everlasting Father.16  "Of the increase of His government and peace there shall be no end" (Isa. 9:7). This means this human child, Jesus, who also was God, the Word, and the fullness of God, had the entire government of God, with all of His laws governing everything in the universe within Him. During His ministry, which continues to this day in the flesh and obedience of His people, His temples, His body, His church, and His bride, the weight of His entire government rests on His shoulders. His government, with all of His counsel and peace, increases constantly through the addition of other members of the human race accepting Him with the Father by the Spirit by their obedience to all of His commandments.17  His ministry shall continue till the end of time, as He ministers by the Spirit in every faithful, saved human body He has called and chosen to work in.18  These bodies are the "apostles; and some, prophets; and some, evangelists; and some, pastors...teachers," and the help of millions of other faithful ones who carry out His will (Eph. 4:11, I Cor. 12:28). This is accomplished by the Word, which became God, the Word incarnate, living in them and through them until His kingdom, which has no end, has increased to the utmost.19 

God the Word, which is Christ, must be received into every human that will enter Heaven.20  He is sown into humans by their reading, hearing, and receiving by faith the Spirit within the Word into their spirits.21  He must become alive in them,22 grow into perfection in them,23 and work continuously in them every day until the full characterization of Christ, the Triune God, reaches His perfection in them.24 Only then will their will and their flesh, their way of life, be totally mortified in them as it was in Christ.25  Then Christ, the fullness of the Godhead, will continue His work in them until the end of their physical life on earth.26  No human is able to have God’s immortal life in them or enter Heaven until the Word, the Triune Godhead, first enters their human bodies and their spirits, then continues living, growing, and working in them.27  This is the continuance of the Word’s incarnation on earth. It gives every believer their eternal life and helps each believer continue in God’s life and work.28  This is God’s plan.

In the beginning God created us in His image and likeness by His Word.29 God the Father and God the Spirit had no form other than the human form of Christ.30 "God is a Spirit: and they that worship Him must worship Him in Spirit and in truth" (John 4:24). The unique part of the Godhead having an image is that the Godhead’s image is Christ.31  When God created us in the image of Christ, He also created us in His likeness.32 Adam was a clay vessel in the image of God.33 He looked like God and he was like God. He could easily be like God because that which clothed him was the likeness of God. When Adam sinned by transgressing God’s law, his garment of righteousness was taken away.34 He was naked, stripped of God’s righteousness, power, defense, guidance, and life. He and his wife were then powerless and under subjection to Satan’s power.35  God intended for humans to look like Christ and be like Him.36 God has no other plan but this one.37

I believe that ninety percent or more of the people who profess to be Christians are still in Adam, still in their flesh.38 They have never been crucified with Christ’s death. Their spirits have never been resurrected by the Spirit of the Godhead’s resurrection. They have never allowed Christ, the Word, who is the fullness of the Godhead, to enter, live, grow, and work in them.39  When will people learn that we are united to Christ only by His death and resurrection? We must be baptized into His death and resurrection in order to be united to Him and become God-men and women, human-Deity.40  "Know ye not, that so many of us as were baptized into Jesus Christ were baptized into His death? Therefore we are buried with Him by baptism into death: that like as Christ was raised up from the dead by the glory of the Father [which is the life of God living in us, growing in us, perfecting Himself in us, and working His total works in us so we might ascend with Christ unto Heaven’s highest place], even so we also should walk in newness of life. For if we have been planted together in the likeness of His death, we shall be also in the likeness of His resurrection" (Rom. 6:3-5).

Before we become Christians, we are sinners, walking carnally in the world.41  If our desire is to become spiritual, to be resurrected with Christ in His new life or His new creation, we must understand what Christ means when He tells us we must come to the cross and His death in order to put to death the carnal life and lifestyle we once lived.42  Only then will we be able to resurrect into His new life, His new kingdom, which is the spiritual kingdom.43  In order to enter the spiritual realm, it is essential that we renounce the old world with all of its lusts.44  We must agree to let Christ nail all the former things of the world that were in our life to His cross and leave them there.45

By faith Christ enters our spirits in our human bodies, resurrecting our dead spirits to life by His Spirit.46  At this time we will be out of Adam’s carnal world and into the spiritual world of Christ.47 We have become new creatures in Christ Jesus.48  We’re in a new, heavenly world, even though our bodies still dwell on earth. We are now sitting in heavenly places with Christ, even though our human bodies are still on earth.49  I might add that the human bodies we formerly sinned in are now the bodies of Christ.50  Therefore, Christ commands us, as we stand on the threshold of a never-ending spiritual life and kingdom, to deny ourselves, to take up our cross daily, and to follow Him.51 The Word of God tells us that the flesh is too weak to keep His commandments.52  This is why He gives us explicit instructions on how not to live according to the weakness of our flesh.53 

The Bible plainly states that the resurrection of Christ is not only stronger than flesh, it is stronger than death.54  This was proven by Christ’s resurrection from the dead. His Word tells us that we "can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth [us]" (Phlp. 4:13). This means that our flesh is mortified by the Holy Spirit living within us. We are able to rise above our flesh and live a holy life as Jesus did by the Triune God living in us.55  His human flesh was no different than ours, and the Triune Godhead that lived within Him was no different than the Triune God that now dwells in our human flesh.56 We now, therefore, are the continuance of His incarnation on earth. Because of this, we are more than conquerors over our flesh and over every work of Satan, sin, and the world.57  In other words, we are able to live a sinless life in this world and do all the will of the Father, as He did. Jesus Christ was our prototype, our role model.58  This was a preview of our mortality being swallowed up by God’s immortality.59

The first two commandments we must keep in order to retain the precious gift of eternal life living in our still very human bodies are the commandments Christ kept in His initial human body with Deity in it. These commandments are first to deny ourselves by our self-control and second, to take up our cross daily and follow Him.60  This cross, which He commands us to take up, is not for sins. We’ve been cleansed of our former sins.61  Christ took care of that with His precious blood by washing them all away.62 This cross is for self, for our flesh.63  Christ is telling us here that He has given us a precious gift, salvation. We must keep it by denying ourselves, taking "up [our] cross daily, and follow[ing] [Him]" (Luke 9:23).

Galatians 5:17 states that a war, a struggle, begins after the Spirit of Christ enters us. "For the flesh lusteth against the Spirit, and the Spirit against the flesh: and these are contrary the one to the other: so that ye cannot do the things that ye would." We know who the winner is because the Word states, "The flesh profiteth nothing" (John 6:63). "For he that soweth to his flesh shall of the flesh reap corruption; but he that soweth to the Spirit shall of the Spirit reap life everlasting" (Gal. 6:8). We can mortify the deeds of the flesh by daily renewing the Holy Spirit in our lives.64  This is the cross life. We can only mortify the deeds of the flesh if we read or hear the Word of God, which has God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit living in it on a daily basis, then do what God the Word commands us to do.65  According to spiritual law, five of the most important commandments we must keep are self-denial,66  to take up the cross daily and follow Christ,67  to "pray without ceasing" (I Thes. 5:17),68 to "thank...God without ceasing" (I Thes. 2:13),69  and to "praise...God continually" (Heb. 13:15).70

Those who only know the Word by the letter but have never united themselves to the cross, which is Christ’s death and resurrection, don’t really know Christ, the Father, or the Holy Spirit.71  They are not alive within their human bodies. They, therefore, are still carnal. In them, like in Adam, the Adamic sin and the sins they have sinned have not yet been put to death. They have no power from God’s life living in them to put their carnality, their former ways, to death.72  The old world remains in them. They must die to all this. They must pass through death in order to have Christ’s new, resurrected life. They must pass through the old carnal world into the new spiritual world of Christ.73  Because they have not experienced the death of Christ and His resurrection, they have not experienced Christ. They do not have the overcoming, resurrected spiritual life of Christ dwelling in them to help them keep God’s commandments, so they are unable to do so.74 If they have not experienced Christ, they are not Christians, and if they are not Christians, they are using the name of the Lord in vain. This means they are calling themselves Christians in vain, because they’re not Christians. "For if we have been planted together in the likeness of His death, we shall be also in the likeness of His resurrection" (Rom. 6:5).

Many of these professing Christians belong to religions which are no more than worldly political entities. We read of them doing the most deplorable things. One present day example is the various denominations we see using their political influences both to do away with the truth of salvation, which is living in the will of God the Word, and to do away with those who carry God the Word. Those who carry the Word are the messengers of the cross, the place where our first steps are taken in order that we might move ourselves from Adam and his world into Christ’s resurrection, into His new life, and His new world.75

Religions, "isms," and the old world of sin despise the message of the cross. This is because its message is self-denial, and self-control, which are only achieved by the implantation of God’s Word into our spirits on a daily basis.76  This daily implantation of God’s Word into our spirits gives us the power to do what the Word commands, which includes self-denial. The Word, which houses the Triune God with all of His power, helps us take our eyes off the world with all "the lust of the flesh, and the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life" (I John 2:16).

Reading the Word and doing what it says is the meaning of the cross.77  It’s very much worth it since this is the believer’s only defense while they live in this present world. The entire Word of God is also the whole armor of God.78 The whole armor of God, the Word of God, is our only defense.79  When self-denial is executed and our cross is taken up daily, we remain spiritual. Remaining spiritual is the only way to preserve our eternal life.80  This is also the way the Godhead grows within our spirit until He becomes fully perfected within us.81  This self-denial makes it possible for us to be "THE SPIRITS OF JUST MEN MADE PERFECT" (Heb. 12:23). If we have faith in Christ’s Words, His commandments, we will do as He commands.82  The world can see Christ in us by our likeness to Christ83  Even though we look like the same persons we were before we became the temples of God, people will see that God is in us.

Isaiah 53:2, in speaking of Christ, stated "He hath no form nor comeliness; and when we shall see Him, there is no beauty that we should desire Him." In other words, we, by looking at Christ, would not be able to tell Him apart from other humans.84  The people of the world are not able to see God in us unless we allow God to live and work in us.85  In order for this to happen, our old lives, our old man, must be dead.86  Christ has both commissioned us and commanded us to keep our old flesh under subjection to His Spirit so that the world will no longer see the old, carnal man living within our mortal bodies, but instead see the full Godhead bodily in us. If we walk in the Spirit, we shall not be condemned.87  If we sow "to the Spirit [we] shall of the Spirit reap life everlasting" (Gal. 6:8). If we have the Word of God in us, we are able to sow it and to keep it as well. We have nothing of any value to give anyone except the everlasting, wonderful gifts of God.88 We cannot give anything to others that we ourselves do not possess. If we have faith, if we have eternal life, if we have the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit within us, if we have the gift of eternal life, and if we are continually keeping that gift of immortality alive in us through self-denial and through taking up our cross daily, we become the possessors of everything that will remain in eternity forever.89

We are able, through the Triune God in us, to disperse this tremendous gift of life into others so that Christ with the Father by the Spirit may also dwell in them.90 We pass this immense gift on to others both by the preaching and teaching of God’s Words and by the anointing of the Words God gives us through His very life living within us.

No man can come unto God unless the Spirit of God anoints our words.91 This is the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit’s will. It is also His desire to have His will carried out by His people, the people He lives in, works in, and grows in daily.92 If your will is the same as His, He will immediately descend upon you. If you will open your heart, He will enter you and dwell in you with His will. If you carry out His will, then God will make a home in you. God in Heaven has come down to dwell in the obedience of His people. If your desire is to be one of those people, do so now by saying this prayer:


My Lord and my God, have mercy upon my soul, a sinner. 1 I believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of the Living God. 2 I believe that He died on the cross and shed His precious blood for the forgiveness of all my sins. 3 I believe that God raised Jesus from the dead by the power of the Holy Spirit 4 and that He sits on the right hand of God at this moment, hearing my confession of sin and this prayer. 5 I open up the door of my heart and I invite You into my heart, Lord Jesus. 6 Wash all of my filthy sins away in the precious blood that You shed in my place on the cross at Calvary. 7 You will not turn me away, Lord Jesus, You will forgive my sins and save my soul. I know because Your Word, the Bible says so. 8 Your Word says that You will turn no one away, and that includes me. 9 Therefore, I know that You have heard me, and I know that You have answered me, and I know that I am saved. 10 And I thank You, Lord Jesus, for saving my soul, and I will show my thankfulness by doing as You command and sin no more. 11

You've just completed the first step in a series of five steps which are necessary to receive salvation. Your second step is to deny yourself and take up the cross daily for the purpose of mortifying yourself, that is, for putting to death your own will, your soulful self, and the world with all of its lusts. All these must be baptized into the death of Christ.

Step three is your resurrection from the satanic life of Adam unto the sinless life of Christ. Step four is your ascension into a position of authority to reign for God on earth, and the fifth step is to reign for God on earth to the end for the purpose of bringing about the kingdom of Heaven on earth. You must learn the Word of God, then submit yourself and do what the Word says, so that the Church and the world may see evidence of your submission to God's Word, His order, and His authority in and by you.

Praise the Lord. May God reward you abundantly.

Pastor Tony Alamo

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"The Incarnation" footnotes:

1 Luke 2:11, John 1:10-14, 4:25-26, Acts 4:10-12, Gal. 4:4-7, Phlp. 2:6-11, I Tim. 2:5-6, 3:16, Titus 2:11-14, Heb. 2:14 return

2 John 1:1-2, 14, 10:30, I John 2:23 return

3 Col. 2:9 return

4 I Cor. 3:16-17, 6:19-20 return

5 John 14:10-11, 17:21-23, I Cor. 3:16-17, 6:19-20, I John 1:1-3, 5:7 return

6 John 1:1 return

7 Rom. 7:4, I Cor. 12:12-14, 27-28, Eph. 5:23-24, 30-32 return

8 Matt. 26:36-39, 42, Luke 22:42-44, John 1:14, Gal. 4:4, Phlp. 2:7-8, Heb. 2:14-18 return

9 John 3:34, 5:19, 26, 30, 7:28, 8:19, 28-29, 10:30, 37-38, 14:6-11, 13, 20, 17:2, 11, 21-23, Acts 10:38, Heb. 1:2-3 return

10 John 11:41-44, I Cor. 15:54-57, Eph. 1:20, 4:8-10, Col. 2:15, Heb. 1:3, 10:12-13, I Pet. 3:22, I John 2:16, Rev. 20:13-15 return

11 Ezek. 36:27, II Cor. 6:16-18, Heb. 8:10, Rev. 14:4 return

12 John 6:68, 11:25, I Tim. 6:14-16, I John 5:11 return

13 John 6:48-51, 53-58, 11:25-26, 14:16-18, 23, 15:5, 9-11, 17:22-23, Rom. 6:12-13, 8:1-13, 13:14, I Cor. 9:27, II Cor. 6:16, 13:5, Gal. 2:20, Eph. 3:16-17, 19, Col. 3:16, I John 2:23-25, 5:12, Rev. 21:3 return

14 Eph. 1:19-23, 3:19, Col. 2:9 return

15 Isa. 9:6-7, John 6:63,10:30, 37-38, 11:25, 14:6-11, 17:11, 21-23, I John 5:7 return

16 Luke 2:11-12 return

17 Matt. 3:15, Luke 3:22, John 14:15-16, 26, 15:26, Rom. 12:5, I Cor. 6:15, 12:27, I John 5:2-3 return

18 Psa. 145:18-20, Matt. 5:18, 10:22, 24:13-14, John 12:34, I Cor. 15:50-54, I Thes. 4:15-18, Rev. 20:4 return

19 John 15:5-10, 14:17-20, Col. 2:9-15, II Tim. 1:14, II Pet. 1:10-11 return

20 Luke 8:12, John 6:53, Acts 15:11, 16:31 return

21 Matt. 11:28, 13:1-23, Mark 4:1-20, Luke 8:5-15, John 6:37, Acts 15:11, 16:31, Rom. 10:9, 17, 12:5, I Cor. 6:15, 19, 12:27, Eph. 3:16-19 return

22 John 6:39-40, 44, 54, 11:25-26 return

23 Rom. 8:9-14, Eph. 4:13, Heb. 12:23 return

24 II Cor. 13:9, 11, Heb. 6:1 return

25 Rom. 8:3-4, 13-14, I Cor. 1:28-31, 2:1-3, II Cor. 12:9-10, Gal. 6:14, Phlp. 2:5-8, I Pet. 5:6 return

26 John 8:31, 15:9, Rom. 2:6-7, Gal. 3:10, Eph. 4:11-16, Col. 1:21-23, 4:2, Jas. 1:25, I John 2:24-25 return

27 John 6:48-51, 53-58, I John 5:12-13 return

28 John 17:18-23 return

29 Gen. 1:27 return

30 Isa. ch. 53, John 1:14, 18, Acts 4:10, 12, I John 4:9 return

31 Gen. ch. 18, Exod. 3:1-6, Job 19:26-27, Isa. 53:2, Dan. 3:23-25, John 10:30, 14:9-11, Col. 2:9, Heb. 1:2-3, I John 5:7 return

32 Gen. 1:26-27, 9:6, I Cor. 11:7, II Cor. 4:4, Col. 3:10, Heb. 1:2-3, 12:22-23 return

33 Gen. 1:26-27, 2:7 return

34 II Cor. 5:1-4, Gen. 3:7, II Chron. 6:41, Psa. 93:1, 104:1, 132:9, 16, Matt. 22:11-14, 25:31-46, Luke 15:22, Rom. 13:14, Gal. 3:11, 24, 27, Eph. 4:24, 6:10-17, Phlp. 3:9, I Pet. 5:5, Rev. 3:5, 18, 7:9, 18:16, 19:8, 14 return

35 Gen. 3:14-19, 23-24. Matt. 10:16, II Cor. 4:4, Eph. 2:2, 6:12, Rev. 13:4, Rom. 5:17-18Gen. 3:14-19, 23-24. Matt. 10:16, II Cor. 4:4, Eph. 2:2, 6:12, Rev. 13:4, Rom. 5:17-18 return

36 Gen. 1:26-28, 31, 5:1-2 return

37 Matt. 7:13-14, 10:1-5, Acts 4:12 return

38 Matt. 7:13-14, 24:12, 25:1-13, Rom. 8:1, 4, II Cor. 11:13-15, II Thes. 2:3-4, II Tim. 3:2-7, Jas. 2:10, Rev. 3:15-17, 13:4 return

39 Rom. 2:7, Col. 2:9, II Pet. 3:18 return

40 Rom. 6:2-11, 7:4, 8:10-11, Eph. 2:1, 5-6, Col. 2:12, 3:1 return

41 Matt. 9:13, Mark 2:17, Luke 5:31-32, Rom. 3:23, 5:12, 8:4-8, 13, I Cor. 3:3, 7:23, Gal. 1:4, 2:20, 4:4-5, Eph.2:12-13, 4:22, Phlp. 3:18, Col. 1:21-22, 2:13 return

42 I Cor. 1:18, Gal. 2:20, Col. 1:20-23return

43 Rom. 6:2-11, 7:4, 8:10-11, Eph. 2:1, 5-6, Col. 2:12, 3:1 return

44 Gal. 5:16-21, Eph. 4:22-24, Titus 2:11-14, Jas. 1:14-15, 4:4, I Pet. 2:11, 4:1-3, I John 2:15-17 return

45 Gal. 1:4, Eph. 1:7, Col. 1:14, I John 1:7, Rev. 1:5-6 return

46 Rom. 8:10-11, Eph. 3:16-19 return

47 Jer. 31:33, John 3:3-8, 15:4, Rom. 6:4, 10:10, II Cor. 5:17, Gal. 6:15, II Tim. 2:10, Titus 2:11-14, I Pet. 1:22-23 return

48 II Cor. 3:18, 5:17, Gal. 6:15, Eph. 2:1, 4-6, 4:22-24, 5:14, Col. 2:11-13, 3:9-10, II Pet. 1:3-4, I John 3:14 return

49 John 5:24, 10:9-10, Acts 26:18, Rom. 6:3-5, 8, 11, 22-23, 8:9, 14-16, Eph. 2:4-6, I Pet. 2:9, II Pet. 1:3-4, I John 5:4-5, 11-12 return

50 John 14:20, 15:3-5, 17:22-23, Rom. 8:10, I Cor. 3:16-17, 6:15, 19-20, II Cor. 4:10-11, 13:5, Gal. 2:20 return

51 Matt. 8:21-22, 10:37-39, 16:24-25, Luke 5:11, 27-28, 9:23, 14:26-27, 33, 18:28-30, 21:2-4, John 12:25, Acts 20:22-24, Rom. 8:12-13, 35-36, I Cor. 1:17-18, Gal. 2:20, 5:16-17, 24, 6:14, Phlp. 3:7-8, Col. 3:5, Titus 2:12, I Pet. 4:1-2, Rev. 12:11 return

52 Psa. 51:5, Eccl. 9:3, Matt. 26:41, John 6:63, 8:37, 14:6, 15:5, Rom. 3:10-18, 5:6-9, 14, 7:14-25, 8:5-14, 37, I Cor. 2:14, II Cor. 3:5 return

53 Rom. 8:1-6, 12:1-2, Gal. 5:16-25, Eph. 4:22-24 return

54 Rom. 1:3-4, I Cor. 15:21-22, 50-57, Phlp. 3:10-11 return

55 Rom. 1:4, 6:22-23, 8:37, Gal. 2:20, 5:24, Phlp. 4:13 return

56 Matt. 4:1-11, Luke 22:41-44, John 1:14, 17:8, 11-23, Rom. 1:3, 8:11 return

57 Rom. 8:31, 37 return

58 Luke 9:23, John 13:15, Rom. 15:5-7, I Cor. 2:16, II Cor. 5:18-21, Phlp. 2:5, I Pet. 2:21, 4:1-2 return

59 I Cor. 15:52-57 return

60 Matt. 4:18-22, 9:9, 16:24, 19:21, Mark 2:14, 8:34, 10:21, Luke 5:27, 9:23, John 12:26 return

61 Matt. 12:31, Rom. 6:6-10, I John 1:7, Rev. 1:5-6 return

62 Matt. 26:28, Acts 20:28, Rom. 5:8-9, Eph. 1:5-7, Col. 1:12-14, Heb. 9:14, 28, 10:19-20, 13:12, 20-21, I Pet. 1:18-19, I John 1:7, Rev. 1:5 return

63 Luke 9:23-26, Rom. 6:6-13, I Cor. 9:27, Gal. 2:20, 5:24, 6:14 return

64 John 3:21, Rom. 8:13, 12:2, Col. 3:5-10, Titus 3:5-7 return

65 Rom. 10:17 return

66 Matt. 16:24, Luke 9:23, Eph. 4:22-24, Col. 3:5-10, Titus 2:11-12 return

67 Luke 9:23 return

68 Luke 18:1, 21:36, Rom. 12:12, Eph. 6:18, Col. 4:2, Jas. 5:16 return

69 Eph. 5:20, Phlp. 4:6, Col. 3:15, I Thes. 5:18, I Tim. 2:1 return

70 Psa. 44:8, 56:4, Isa. 43:21, I Pet. 2:9, Rev. 19:5 return

71 John 3:7, Rom. 2:29, 8:9, II Cor. 3:3-6, II Tim. 3:5 return

72 Prov. 25:27-28, Zech. 4:6, John 1:1-4, 14, 6:44, 63, 7:38-39, 11:25, 15:5, Acts 1:8, 2:2-4, 6:8, Rom. 6:3-14, 8:13, Eph. 1:19-20 return

73 Rom. 6:4-11, I Cor. 15:20-22, Col. 3:1-3 return

74 John 14:15-21, I John 2:3-5, 3:24 return

75 Rom. 10:15, I Cor. 1:17-18, Eph. 3:8-9, Col. 1:28 return

76 Matt. 5:29-30, 6:10, 8:19-22, 10:37-39, Luke 5:11, 27, 9:23, 14:26-27, 33, John 12:25, Acts 5:42, 20:22-24, 21:13, Rom. 6:6, 8:12-13, 35-37, 13:14, I Cor. 15:10, II Cor. 3:5, Gal. 2:20, 5:16-17, 6:14, Phlp. 3:7-9, 4:13, Col. 1:29, II Tim. 2:4, Titus 2:12 return

77 Matt. 7:24, 13:23, Luke 9:23 return

78 Psa. 37:31, 59:9, Isa. 30:21, II Cor. 6:7, Eph. 6:10-17 retun

79 Eph. 6:11-17 return

80 II Pet. 1:3-11, Luke 9:23-24, Rom. 8:13, I Cor. 9:27 return

81 Mark 4:3-8, 14-20, I Cor. 3:7, Phlp. 1:6, 9-11, 3:12-15, Col. 1:10, 2:19, I Thes. 3:10, Heb. 6:1-3, I Pet. 2:1-5, Eph. 4:11-16 return

82 Deut. 4:40, Rom. 4:16-22, II Cor. 5:11, Gal. 2:20 return

83 Acts 3:2-9,14:8-17, 16:25-34, Col. 1:21-27 return

84 Luke 3:23, John 4:9, 6:41-42 return

85 Matt. 5:14-16, John 1:9, I Pet. 2:12, 3:1-2 return

86 Rom. 6:5-6, 8:10-14, Gal. 2:20 return

87 Rom. 8:1, 13 return

88 Acts 3:2-8, 8:20 return

89 Rom. 8:15-18, I Cor. 2:9, Rev. 2:7 return

90 John 15:8, I Cor. 3:7-9, II Cor. 5:17-21 return

91 Zech. 4:6, John 6:44, 14:6 return

92 I Cor. 1:21 return

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"Prayer" Footnotes:

1. Psa. 51:5, Rom. 3:10-12, 23 return

2. Matt. 26:63-64, 27:54, Luke 1:30-33, John 9:35-37, Rom. 1:3-4 return

3. Acts 4:12, 20:28, Rom. 3:25, I John 1:7, Rev. 5:9 return

4. Psa. 16:9-10, Matt. 28:5-7, Mark 16:9, John 2:19, 21, 10:17-18, 11:25, Acts 2:24, 3:15, Rom. 8:11, I Cor. 15:3-6 return

5. Luke 22:69, Acts 2:25-36, Heb. 10:12-13 return

6. Rom. 8:11, I Cor. 3:16, Rev. 3:20 return

7. Eph. 2:13-22, Heb. 9:22, 13:12, 20-21, I John 1:7, Rev. 1:5, 7:14 return

8. Matt. 26:28, Acts 2:21, 4:12, Eph. 1:7, Col. 1:14 return

9. Rom. 10:13, Jas. 4:2-3 return

10. Heb. 11:6 return

11. John 8:11, I Cor. 15:10, Rev. 7:14, 22:14 return

12. John 14:6 return

13. Acts 4:12 return

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