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  • The Spiritual Man
    "But he that is spiritual judgeth all things, and he himself is judged of no man ... and I, brethren, could not speak unto you as unto spiritual, but as unto carnal."(l Cor. 2:15;3:1)
    The message of 1 Corinthians is an urging to make all judgments in harmony with divine revelation rather than human wisdom. The wisdom of this world is foolishness and without power and will be brought to nothing. The wisdom that is from God is the power of salvation. When man makes judgments out of human wisdom, they are carnal and walk as man. The result is jealousy and strife. There was a lack of concern for God's standard of morality, and absence of love for the spiritual welfare of others and an over involvement in the heathen - feasts. Even the Lord's Supper had been made a shambles. All because they had failed to make their judgments by God's standards.
    The "all things" that the spiritual man judges are the "whatsoever things" that God prepared for them that love him, the "all things" that "none knoweth, save the Spirit of God," the "all things, yea, the deep things of God" that the Spirit has searched all have been revealed to man (1 Cor. 2:9-12).
    The problem with the Corinthians and with us is that we do not let the Lord instruct us in all affairs of life. We need to be "spiritual," to be people that are thoroughly acquainted with the wisdom of God given by divine revelation so that we make every judgment guided by that standard. When we are carnal we are sold under sin. When we are in the flesh, we cannot be subject to the law of God. "If any have not the Spirit of Christ, he is none of his." 'For as many as are led by the Spirit of God, these are Sons of God" (Rom. 8:9,14).
    "The works of the flesh are manifest which are these ... But the fruit of the Spirit is ... And they that are of Christ Jesus have crucified the flesh with the passions and lusts thereof. If we live by the Spirit by the Spirit let us also walk" (Gal. 5: 19-25).
    There is no way that one can claim to be spiritual when there is marked ignorance of God's will as well as clear evidence that one makes judgments by worldly standards to satisfy worldly ambitions and fulfill fleshly desires. Let us not deceive ourselves into thinking that we are, when a little bit of evidence shows that we are not.
    Written by Brother Don Bunting
    Upper West Manhattan Church of Christ
  • Col. 3:16 - Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly in all wisdom;........."

    Today during bible class our Minister asked us all to think about God's Word everyday for the next
    seven days. It doesn't matter how we do it. It may be reading the bible, remembering a scripture,
    writing some scriptures. Whatever we decide to do will provide a blessing to us individually.
    Rev 1:3 reads "Blessed is he that readeth and they that hear the words of this prophecy, and keep
    those things which are written therein..."

    Prayerfully we will all take this suggestion as an encouragement towards learning more about
    God, his way and his purpose.

    I don't know what each of us has in store this week, but I do know with faith, that if God brings us
    to it, He will definitely bring us through it.

    Have a blessed week as you work on thinking about God's Word each day.

  • Be Wise about Christian Marriage: I hae seen devoted Christians live for Christ in divided homes and eventually see their loved 0ne trust the Lord. Salvation does not change the Marriage state. If the wife's becoming a Christian annulled the marriage, then the children in the home would become illegitimate (unclean). Instead, these children may one day be savedif the christian mate is faithful to the Lord. -Nina Long
  • The invite a friend tab is not working and there is not a link to sign up for new members to become a part of acanetwork. Is it locked out our blocked for new people's?
  • Praying for you all.
  • “Call To Unity” Prayer Conference Call
    My brothers and sisters in he faith. Recently many of you have called upon members of the body of Christ (via social media) to pray as one for “UNITY” among the churches of Christ worldwide. Well, we, The Acanetwork Praying Group, think that this is an excellent idea and would like to participate in this effort. To that end we are opening our prayer call conference call line for ALL Christians to join us as we offer prayer at the designated hour.

    Here’s how it will work:
    --Dial 857-216-6700, Access Code: 189113 on Sunday, August 30th 2015 15 minutes before the designated prayer time.

    --Promptly @ 9:00 pm EST/8:00 pm CST/6:00 pm PST we will offer 3 successive prayers for unity in the Church of Christ by 3 members of the Acanetwork Praying Group.
    --Immediately folloiwng the 3rd and final prayer we will thank everyne for their participation and close the call (the whole call is not expected to last longer than 45 minutes).

    --NOTE: This will not be a standard Acanetwork Prayer Conference Call. We will not be soliciting additional prayer requests at this time, there will be no topic of discussion, nor will there be a “call after the call”. The purpose of this call is for as many of us as possible to join our hearts together in prayer for UNITY in the church.

    As always, we invite you all to join us during our regularly scheduled prayer conference calls on Tuesday nights (8:00 pm EST/7:00 pm CST/5:00 pm PST) and Saturday mornings (8:00 am EST/7:00 am CST/5:00 am PST).
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  • The Grambling Church of Christ in Grambling, Louisiana, is looking for a preacher. We are a small congregation of 20 members located near the campus of Grambling State University. The salary is $400.00 a week. You might also need some outside support. Some of the qualifications for this position include a strong commitment to the Bible as God's Word; able to organize gospel meetings, ladies' days, VBS, and evangelistic efforts; having a Bible-related degree or certification of graduation from a recognized Church of Christ school of preaching is preferable; a demonstrated ability to work with members of all ages, but especially with college students; a strong commitment to evangelism, locally and in the world; and a married man is preferred that has good references. Please send a resume, along with a CD or DVD of a recent sermon that you preached to Grambling Church of Christ; Preacher Selection Committee; P.O. Box 297; Grambling, LA 71245. Contact Ernest Burse at (318) 251-8321 (please leave a message).
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