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Forgiven Much

5 Mar

In actuality, no one has been forgiven little. We have all been forgiven much… So the most ‘dangerous’ thing about this doctrine of complete forgiveness of sins is that you will fall in love with Jesus and end up effortlessly fulfilling the greatest commandment: ‘You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind!’ Hallelujah!

Joseph Prince

Unmerited Favor, Joseph Prince Teaching Resources, 2009, 194

Look at Him!

8 Feb

It’s actually very easy to identify the difference between the old and new covenant teachings. Just ask yourself if the teaching is putting the emphasis on what you have to do or what Jesus has done. Does it make you introspective, always looking to yourself and how you fared or failed? Or does it turn your eyes away from yourself to look upon Jesus?

Joseph Prince

Unmerited Favor, Joseph Prince Teaching Resources, 2009, 148-9

More About Jesus

1 Feb

In the end times people will not be anti-God, but they will be anti-Christ… That is why, in these last days, we need more preaching about Jesus, His finished work and the new covenant of His unmerited favor.

Joseph Prince

Unmerited Favor, Joseph Prince Teaching Resources, 2009, 170

He Loves You

10 Jan

Beloved, there is nothing you can do today to make God love you more, and there’s nothing you can do to make Him love you any less… Beloved, it’s not enough that you know that God loves everyone. You need to know and believe that He loves you, and let that revelation burn in your heart, especially when you fail.

Joseph Prince

Destined to Reign, 22 Media, 2007, 300-1

Supernatural Restraint

26 Oct

Religion says that God will not condemn you only if you stop sinning. However, Grace says, ‘I have taken your condemnation on the cross. Now, you can go and sin no more…

Grace brings about a restraint that is supernatural.

Joseph Prince

Unmerited Favor, Joseph Prince Teaching Resources, 2009, 140, 1477

Remember – You’re Righteous

11 Oct

Old Testament prophets call your sin to remembrance, while New Testament preachers call your righteousness to remembrance. Old Testament preachers tell you what’s wrong with you, while New Testament preachers tell you what is right with you because of what Jesus has done, in spite of what is wrong with you.

Joseph Prince

Destined to Reign, 22 Media, 2007, 220

Religion is About You

13 Sep

All religions focus on you – what you shouldn’t do, what you should do and how often you should do something. Religion is all about you, you doing or not doing something in order to earn God’s favor and get Him on your side. Christianity becomes a religion for Christians who believe that if they spend a lot of time reading the Bible, praying, fasting or volunteering their time in church, they will gain increased favor with God…
When you do these things, do them from a heart that wants to, and not from a heart that has to because of religious obligations.

Joseph Prince
Unmerited Favor, Joseph Prince Teaching Resources, 2009, 42

Grace is a Person

9 Sep

Grace is not a theology. It is not a subject matter. It is not a doctrine. It is a person, and his name is Jesus. That’s the reason the Lord wants you to receive the abundance of grace, for to have the abundance of grace is to have the abundance of Jesus.

Joseph Prince

Destined to Reign, 22 Media, 2007, 24

Right Place, Right Time

17 Aug

The word ‘happen’ … is the (Hebrew) word qarah… it means ‘right happening.’ My friend, you can depend on God to cause you to be at the right place at the right time, to have right happenings happen in your life…
The world says, ‘When you fail to plan, you plan to fail.’ But you can’t plan for qarah… I am not against planning. All I am saying is that you should not be stressed out and uptight when things don’t go as you have planned.

Joseph Prince

Unmerited Favor, Joseph Prince Teaching Resources, 2009, 283, 286

True Ministry Reveals Jesus

8 Aug

This is the true ministry of any new covenant Bible teacher or preacher – he seeks to unveil Jesus to you and qualify you by the blood of Jesus. He does not come to unveil your faults or bring your sins to remembrance to disqualify you from entering God’s presence and enjoying His blessings. That is what an old covenant preacher does.

Joseph Prince

Destined to Reign, 22 Media, 2007, 195