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Righteousness - The Walk That Works

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Lesson 1: Walk In Him

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  • Summary: The speaker introduces the topic of “the walk that works” for believers, emphasizing the importance of having the right mindset to fully embrace what God has for them.
  • Key Points:
    • Emphasis on walking in faith as believers.
    • Importance of mindset in experiencing God’s plans.
    • Invitation to desire more from God and to experience deeper aspects of faith.

Receiving Christ Changes Everything

  • Summary: The speaker reflects on how accepting Jesus fundamentally changes a person, emphasizing that salvation is not just a prayer but a supernatural encounter.
  • Key Points:
    • Salvation is transformative and not just a mere decision or prayer.
    • The born-again experience is profound and life-changing.
  • Scripture: None directly mentioned.

The Importance of Walking in Christ

  • Summary: The speaker discusses how believers should walk in Christ, drawing a parallel between how they received Christ and how they should live their lives.
  • Key Points:
    • Believers should walk in faith and confession, similar to how they received Christ.
    • Walking in Christ involves reliance on God’s grace rather than personal merit.
  • Scripture: Colossians 2:6, Romans 10:9-10.

The Journey of Faith

  • Summary: This section focuses on the journey aspect of faith, emphasizing that spiritual growth is a process and believers should be patient and trust in God’s timing.
  • Key Points:
    • Faith is a journey and a process that involves time and patience.
    • It’s important to trust in the transformative power of the born-again nature.
  • Scripture: Philippians 2:12.

Living in Christ

  • Summary: The speaker talks about the significance of living in Christ, highlighting how this affects our strength, stability, and the ability to face life’s challenges.
  • Key Points:
    • Living in Christ provides peace and stability.
    • Christians should reflect the kingdom of God in their lives, rather than being swayed by worldly troubles.
  • Scriptures: Colossians 2:7, John 16:32-33, Acts 17:28.

Rooted and Established in Faith

  • Summary: This section focuses on the importance of being deeply rooted in faith and established in Christ, which leads to spiritual stability and maturity.
  • Key Points:
    • The necessity of being rooted and built up in faith for stability.
    • The role of faith as a foundation for a steadfast life.
  • Scripture: None directly mentioned.

Encountering God in the Rock

  • Summary: The speaker concludes by discussing how believers can encounter God more deeply, using the metaphor of being hidden in Christ (the Rock).
  • Key Points:
    • Encountering God is found through being in Christ.
    • Being hidden in Christ is protective and transformative.
  • Scripture: 2 Corinthians (reference to glory), no specific verse mentioned.


  • Summary: The sermon concludes with an encouragement for believers to change their mindset, to believe and live in the reality of what Christ has done.
  • Key Points:
    • The importance of a renewed mindset in Christ.
    • Living in the victory and reality of Christ’s work on the cross.
  • Scripture: None directly mentioned.