Windows On The Word
June 2014
Diminishing The Darkness By Lifting Up The Marvelous Light Of Jesus Christ
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From the Editor... by Marcia Greenwood
What you say, does say something about you, be it good or bad. So, I ask you – what are you saying about yourself?   Do people like to be around you? 

Do you build people up or tear them down?    Do people try to hide when they see you coming or are they glad to see you?

And, very importantly, can people depend on what you say?  Does your yes, really mean yes or does it sometimes mean maybe or in the end really mean no – depending on how you feel when the time comes to fulfill what you said.

God’s Word, the Bible means just what it says.  Jesus, when living on earth, said what He meant and fulfilled what He said, every time.  That is why the Bible says”Let you yes, be yes and your nay, be nay.”  Nay means no in this king James language.

What I want to address in this letter is actually following through on what you say to others.  Our word is a verbal contract, whether you think so or not.  In the “old days” contracts were agreed upon with a person’s word and a handshake.

When people get to know you, they learn quickly if you are a “person of your word.”  They know if you are truthful or just “full of hot air”, as the saying goes.

We need to learn to always follow through on what we say – that is why it is important to think before we speak.  The big things count, as well as the little things, such as: “I will call you next week”, or “let’s go to lunch soon”.

Yes, things may come up, but we have: phones, texting, email and face book to contact the person and let them know we haven’t forgotten them and then follow through to fulfill what you said in the verbal contract.

Yes, you and I are well known for what we say.  Our reputation is on the line! And, very importantly, we, as Christians want to reflect the light of Jesus in us TGM

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The Kingdom Process 
by Tim Greenwood

Blessings and favor come from two major sources, as free will gifts or as the result of fulfilled contractual relationships. God’s gifts are His to give to whom He will, just as man can give or bestow a gift to whomever he wants to.

The blessings are usually the fruit or benefit of a fulfilled contractual relationship, and the favor is often as the result of one’s good reputation for successfully fulfilling that contractual relationship or previous contractual relationships.

This good reputation is what the King James Bible refers to as righteousness. If a person successfully fulfills a good faith contractual relationship with God then he is right, in good standing or righteous in God’s eyes. If a person successfully fulfills a good faith contractual relationship with another man or woman, then he is right, in good standing or righteous in that man’s or woman’s eyes.

The opposite of that would be the failure to fulfill or the breaching of a contractual relationship which would place one in breach, bad standing or unrighteous in their eyes.

Every contract forms a new, stand-alone relationship. All that God has for us is good.

Therefore, He never creates bad-faith contracts or bad-faith relationships.

He designed all contracts to be good faith contracts and good faith relationships.
So then, where did bad faith come from?

There is a devil loose on this planet, named Satan with a bunch of escaped lower-level devils, skilled in twisting everything good that God has created 180 degrees into evil or bad. These are called reciprocals, reverses or opposites, like the heads and tails of a coin.

A few of these reciprocals are: good and evil; fulfillment and breach; healing and sickness; light and darkness; prosperity and lack; wholeness and brokenness; love and hate; faith and fear; and the list goes on.

Our relationships with God and with our fellow man are actually legally binding contracts. And if or when we break or breach that relationship, we break or breach the contract diminishing our reputation with God and man.

That break or breach is what the King James Bible refers to as sin.  Therefore Adam’s sin, was in actuality, his breach or breaches of contract with God which effectively halted the development of the Kingdom of God here on Earth.

One of Jesus’ primary purposes for coming to Earth as a human being, was to come as the 2nd Adam, in proxy for Adam, instituting what the King James Bible calls grace, through the favor of Adam being a child of God, and that favor, setting aside the breach, allowing Him, through Jesus, to re-enter that breached contract as if it had never been broken.

Now, man has never, on his own, seemed to be able to successfully walk in the God kind of love nor to successfully operate in good faith based upon that kind of love.

And this is one of the main reasons Jesus sent us God’s Holy Spirit: So, that we, through the in-filling of His Holy Spirit could indeed operate in good faith based upon that kind of love and thereby operate in the Kingdom Process. 

Speaking Words of Life
The words you speak every day are producing life & death, blessins & curses over yourself, your family and others around you.

This 4 CD series will teach you to harness the power of faith filled words over any situation in life and position yourself to receive God’s very best.
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