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Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Show me Your Glory, Moses asked, what does it mean?

Testimony of Deacon Marissa Estrada - Member of Fire of God Church

Oct 24, 2017

Last night right when I started to pray I started to think about everything that God has done for me since I came to this church. I was so amazed by His love and I started to cry because of how good God's love is. My chest started to feel warm and the feeling was so overwhelming in a good way. The thought that came into my mind was His love is magnificent. I just kept crying and thanking God because He loves someone like me. This is a unfailing love, a love that stays the same no matter what. His love felt so pure. During prayer I looked up the definition of magnificent
the word means:
impressively beautiful, elaborate, or extravagant; striking.

"a dramatic landscape of magnificent mountains"

synonyms:splendid, spectacular, impressive, striking, glorious, superb, majestic, awesome, awe-inspiring, breathtaking More

Then after I looked up magnificent in bible gateway and this verse caught my eye:

Ezekiel 31:7The Voice (VOICE)

7 It was magnificent in its beauty,
grand in its form, and long in its branches;
For its roots grew deep and tapped the sources of many waters.

After I read this verse I started to pray about it. This verse to me means that once we get delivered and get rid of our hurts, pain, trauma, receive deliverance there will be more room for God to come into ours hearts. The more God enters into our hearts then the deeper the roots will be and we will able to reach other people [or tapped the sources of many waters] who have hurt or trauma as well. Pastor once said about me and Deacon Junior that we have a lot of weaknesses. Also we have received a word on New Years of 2017 that God will be glorified through our lives. How are we suppose to glorify God? I had permission from pastor Yoojin to watch a sermon from Pastor Joyce Meyer and in the sermon she was talking about how God can only come through from our weaknesses, even Pastor Steve said the same!

When I first came to the church I was full of hurt, trauma, and demons.
Almost every weekend I would need deliverance, I would scream, cry, kick, and punch. I had so much trauma I couldn't even go to a shopping mall or even grocery shop at big stores. I would get anxiety attacks. Pastor Steve and Pastor Yoojin took my husband and I under there wings. Pastor started to go grocery shopping for us, saving our money, and everyday giving us instructions to do something or get a job done. He was teaching us to be a adult. We got married and moved to Fremont at the age of 19. They put so much effort and love into us. As I looked back I can see how much my husband and I have changed. To me really its miracle. Nobody has ever taught me how to do any of the things the pastor has taught me. I have only seen true change in my husband and I at this church under there covering.

On Sunday night Rose was starting to manifest. Rose reminds me a lot of myself when I first came to the church. At first pastor just wanted to be there to hold her down if she started to punch. Pastor Yoojin then wanted me to start to practice delivering Rose. I had to wipe her tears, her sweat, wipe her nose, hold her down, everything that the deacons and pastors had to do with me while I was manifesting. I was in shock! This use to be me, and now God has healed me to a certain point [which was one of my weaknesses] and now He can be glorified and use me to help heal and deliver someone else. God is using one of greatest weaknesses for His Glory. Now I see it is a good thing to have many weaknesses. You are able to let God use those weakness to show how great He is. We have come so far and I am started to have a very small taste of Gods goodness. Now I realize there is no shame in my many weaknesses, God made me this way. I am called to glorify Him and the only way for God to be glorified is through your weakness. All glory to God!

Deacon Marissa Estrada

Saturday, October 7, 2017

Galatians 5:16-23 - How to abandon the cravings of self life

Galatians 5:16- 23 (Passion) As you yield freely and fully to the dynamic life and power of the Holy Spirit, you will abandon the cravings of your self-life.

17 For your self-life craves the things that offend the Holy Spirit and hinder him from living free within you! And the Holy Spirit’s intense cravings hinder your old self-life from dominating you! The Holy Spirit is the only One who defeats the cravings of your natural life. So then, the two incompatible and conflicting forces within you are your self-life of the flesh and the new creation life of the Spirit.

18 But when you are brought into the full freedom of the Spirit of Grace, you will no longer be living under the domination of the law, but soaring above it!

19 And what are the cravings of the self-life I’m referring to?

They are obvious: Sexual immorality, lustful thoughts, pornography, 20 chasing after things instead of God, manipulating others, hatred of those who get in your way, senseless arguments, resentment when others are favored, temper tantrums, angry quarrels, only thinking of yourself,

21 being in love with your own opinions, being envious of the blessings of others, murder, uncontrolled addictions, wild parties, and all other similar behavior.
Haven’t I already warned you that those who use their “freedom” for these things will not inherit the kingdom realm of God!

22-23 But the fruit produced by the Holy Spirit within you is divine love in all its various expressions. This love is revealed through:

Joy that overflows,
Peace that subdues,
Patience that endures,
Kindness on display,
A life full of virtue,
Faith that prevails,
Gentleness of heart, and
Strength of spirit.

Never set the law above these qualities, for they are meant to be limitless.

Empowered to Obey God

John 14:15 “Loving Me empowers you to obey my commands”

How is to Love God? The Bible says to Love God is to obey His commands. What command does HE want us to obey. If God is Love and if we love God then His Love should flow from us. How are we to respond in gratitude?

1 John 4:19-20 “Our love for others is our grateful response to the love God first demonstrated to us.
20 Anyone can say, “I love God,” yet have hatred toward another believer. This makes him a phony, because if you don’t love a brother or sister, whom you can see, how can you truly love God, whom you can’t see?”

What is hatred toward another believer. Hatred is resentment, bitterness, unforgiveness, ill feelings, jealousy, and murder.

The empowerment to obey God’s command is reflected as we love one another. We are responding to His Love by giving each other the same mercy, grace, and love that HE has given us. Then we truly will know God.

Jesus came to suffer so that we may be free. HE said HE will not resist what is coming for Him which was the cross because HE loves us so much. Why do His people resist so much when we are Called to be broken? Why do we pray and focus to get out of the cup of suffering when Jesus Himself said HE will not ask the Father to get Him out.

We tell God that we will do anything so that HE may be glorified but most have no idea what they are talking about.

John 12:-27-28 “Even though I am torn within, and my soul is in turmoil, I will not ask the Father to rescue me from this hour of trial. For I have come to fulfill my purpose—to offer myself to God. 28 So, Father, bring glory to your name!” Then suddenly a booming voice was heard from the sky,

Jesus said to Father, ‘bring Glory to Your Name.’ There was a price to pay to bring glory to Father’s Name. Jesus had to endure the hour of His Trial.

Are we able to endure our trials, tests and tribulation not only to make it to the kingdom of God but to bring His Name Glory
or are we asking Him to always rescue us because the pressure is too much?

Pastor Steve Kim

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Self Pity and self victimization

Self pity and self victimization appears to go hand and hand. Too many Christians define their identity based on their past, hurts, abuse, old life, mistakes, failures, blaming others, regrets, and the wrong weaknesses. Their eyes and focus are still on themselves. They are the continuous victims looking for others to sympathize and comfort them. Moreover, they are also continuously seeking others to bring down to their level of misery. Rather than realizing they are wretched sinners who need salvation, they tend to blame others including God for all the things that have gone wrong in life.

Christians however need to identify themselves as a new creation in Christ who are able to do all things through Him. Your identity is in Him and what HE has done for you. Genuine faith comes to a realization that they were wretched sinners who now have been saved by Grace and a Great Love. Such Christians, rather, than making excuses for their lack of obedience will seek to please the One who has found and chosen them. Our new identity should now be in glorifying our King with grateful hearts. It’s time to move on with life.

Self pity is not worshipping God. Self pity and self victimization is worship of one self. It is the focus of oneself and therefore the self is an idol and they are their own king or queen.