Monday, January 11, 2010

When Christ comes into the heart

When Christ comes into the heart, then He comes into the mouth, then He comes into the eyes, and He comes into the mind.

He comes into the mouth. He makes you talk different. You don't talk like you used to. Christ got in your mouth. Done growed now from your heart, your love you had for Him, till you can bridle your tongue. Brother, that's a great thing.

Then the next thing you know, it grows into your eyes. The next thing you know, you find out, that old lustful things you used to look at, you'll turn your head. You're growing.

Then the first thing you know, you still turn your head, but you're thinking. See? After while, it grows into your mind; you don't even think about it no more. Then you're just a great big boy then. You're coming into a full matured man living for the Lord. So then you are in Christ then, a new creature.

Now, when these apostles begin to receive that, oh, they was so happy! They thought, "Oh, my, isn't this wonderful." And the Holy Ghost had filled them, and they were out there healing the sick and doing wonders.

From the sermon "Divine Healing" by William Branham, December 19th 1954

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Blogger Simon said...

Exactly this is the description of my experience with Jesus on the inside.

Problems I'd been wrestling with my whole life is gone like dew in the morning sun. Relationships that looked like they would never work out now flourish. Thoughts that would bother me every day - I can't even remember them anymore.

Do you want this freedom? Freedom to be able to look every man in the eye and say: I have no guilt. My chains are gone?

You can have this. Pray that Jesus will set you free - and He will - if you only believe.

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