Apostle Grace Lubega
James 1:25 (AMP); But he who looks carefully into the faultless law, the [law] of liberty, and is faithful to it and perseveres in looking into it, being not a heedless listener who forgets but an active doer [who obeys], he shall be blessed in his doing (his life of obedience).
The law of liberty gives us the ability to function in all dimensions of the Spirit. Some translations call this the law of free men or the law that sets us free.
The scriptures have called it a FAULTLESS LAW because in its inherent nature, it does not find fault with and in men, that is, it gives no room for weakness or limitation. Understand that fault in this case, is not necessarily moral failure but rather the lack of faith to explore the “impossible.”
However, in speaking of the Mosaic Law, the Bible says, “For if that first covenant had been FAULTLESS, then should no place have been sought for the second. For finding fault with them, he saith, Behold, the days come, saith the Lord, when I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel and with the house of Judah”(Hebrews 8:7-8).
This law of liberty is founded on grace because it does not see you at fault; it does not behold inability in you. The Spirit of grace beholds the ability of God in men and never the ability of men in themselves.
This law opens you to the possibilities of whatsoever you ask (John 14:13); the possibilities of you can do all things (Philippians 4:13); the possibilities of all things are yours (1 Corinthians 3:21).
Persevere in looking into it, continuously behold the strength of God in you; never look at yourself as lacking in sufficiency to do anything; live by the testimony that you are not just a conqueror but more than a conqueror. Hallelujah! (Romans 8:37).
FURTHER STUDY: Romans 8:2-3, 1 Peter 2:16
The law of liberty is founded on grace because it does not see you at fault; it does not behold inability in you. The Spirit of grace beholds the ability of God in men and never the ability of men in themselves.
PRAYER: My heavenly master, thank you for these liberties of the Spirit. I submit my mind, my will, my desires to you dear Lord. I refuse to be a normal Christian. Today I purpose to sore higher in the God life. I walk in the fullness of the person you have predestined me to be. With this freedom of the Spirit, I do great exploits for the kingdom; to the glory of your Holy Name. In Jesus’ name. Amen.