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"Now hope does not disappoint, because the love of God has been pour out in our hearts by the Holy Spirit who was given to us."  Romans 5:5

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The Church in Moses Lake is a meeting place for Christians and Believers who live in the Moses Lake, Washington area. We meet in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. We gather together to read and share the Word of God and encourage one another in our Life in Christ. You are most welcome to join us in Praise and Worship.

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Subjective condemnation
December 5th

“Thanks be to God through Jesus Christ our Lord! So then, on the one hand I myself with my mind am serving the law of God, but on the other, with my flesh the law of sin.” ROMANS 7:25 (NASV)

Being subjective will always manifest itself in one’s life by a stream of condemning thoughts. The real source of condemnation with many people is simply subjectivity. This is the kind of condemnation referred to in Romans 7 and 8 — subjective condemnation. A person lives with condemnation because he believes his own feelings and his own state of mind. Thus, he is set up for the accuser of the brethren. If we do not stand with four objective facts — Christ, our spirit, the truth, and the Body — we are left to the onslaught of condemnation from the enemy. This is because we are identifying with the sin in our flesh. It reacts, it moves, it has its tendencies, and it seeks to act itself out (Rom. 6:12). Paul’s description of his subjective state in Romans 7 reveals that there was a fierce struggle going on within his being because he had no objective base to lay hold of. There was no truth, no spirit, no Christ, and no Body. So he ends up with a desperate cry, “O wretched man 352 that I am!” (v. 24). His wretchedness was due to being confined to his own thoughts and emotions. His subjectivity in handling himself resulted in subjective condemnation.

Then Paul bursts forth in Romans 7:25, “Thanks be to God through Jesus Christ our Lord” (NASV). And again in Romans 8:1- 2 he declares, 1 “There is therefore now no condemnation to them that are in Christ Jesus. 2 For the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus made me free from the law of sin and of death” (ASV). These two facts uttered by Paul reveal the way he was delivered from subjective condemnation. When he said, “Through Jesus Christ,” coupled with “the law of the Spirit of life . . . made me free,” he disclosed how he was delivered. His deliverance did not come from any experience that he passed through. His deliverance came as a result of moving out of his subjective state into the objective reality of Christ, the spirit, and the truth. Not only did he know himself in Christ, but he also saw that everything now was to be processed through Jesus Christ.

Meeting Times

Sunday Meeting 10am
Monday Prayer Meeting 7pm
Thursday Prayer Meeting 7pm