Jeremiah

Complete Surrender



John Alley speaks of the nature of Jesus, who was fully and properly man at the same time that he was fully and properly God. John describes in detail the historical deliberations of the Church elders on this subject and the origin of the Nicene Creed that we know today. The human race, explains John, owed a great debt of sin. Spiritual law demands that debts must be paid. God could not pay the price in the person of God, and so in order to carry out His plan of redemption He had to find a man who was sinless and who could pay the debt. In the person of Jesus, God became man and lived amongst us. John explains this reality in wonderful clarity and then challenges the listener to consider that although we might believe in Jesus, and may have prayed for forgiveness of our sins, unless we are surrendered to the lordship of Christ, the cross has no power for us. We must come to the place where we fully surrender our lives to Him.

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Unwavering Confession



John Alley begins this message with the interpretation of a dream in which he found a tool abandoned by workers. John presents 2 Cor 6:7, which speaks of the believer having weapons in the right hand and the left, and explains that the tool is akin to a weapon, one that the people of God have neglected for some time. This tool is the power of a strong, constant, day and night, devil-be-damned confession of the Word of God that brooks no other opinion as it applies to a given situation. John quotes Jeremiah 23:29 where the Word of God is likened to a hammer which breaks rocks into pieces, and also Phil 4:6 which speaks of not being anxious, but by prayer and petition presenting our requests to God. John provides a practical demonstration of the way in which our words of confession, along with the promises of God, are able to break asunder any obstacle or problem, as well as giving a current example of the dramatic effect of putting this principle into action and seeing the desired sale of a building come very quickly. John also speaks of the way in which the enemy of our souls looks for a weakness in us and seeks to break into our lives in the same way that we are able to break apart obstacles by the confession of the Word of God. John exhorts to be persistent and to never give up, all the while declaring aloud the Word of God into the situation we face. We must, says John, not be anxious, but present our petitions to God, set our hearts to believe and then confess the Word of God unceasingly until we see the answer to our prayers.

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