No reservations, no return and nothing to regret
Igna de Suárez
SUMMARY: The speaker shares about a word that the Lord gave him recently, based on 1 Corinthians 9:24-27, which calls for a Christian life without reservation, return, and regrets. He expresses his sadness about the superficial Christian life he sees today, especially in terms of leadership and discipline. He then talks about the story of William Burtan, a young man who gave up his multimillion-dollar inheritance for the extension of God's Kingdom, and wrote on his Bible, "without reservation." The speaker connects this with the story of the rich young man in Mark 10 and Paul's understanding of unreserved commitment in Philippians 3. He emphasizes the importance of giving everything to God and not letting possessions possess us.
The Christian life should be unreserved, meaning that we must give everything to God without reservation. We must surrender all the keys to our locked rooms and give God all areas of our lives. The Christian life is also one of no return, meaning that once we put our hand to the plow to serve and follow the Lord, we cannot go back. We must always walk forward towards our goal, forgetting what is behind us and focusing on the prize of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus. In order to reach God's blessings and promises, we must walk forward and not backwards, like Joshua and Caleb.
The Christian life is without reservations, without return, and without regrets. We must live our lives in such a way that we have nothing to regret at the end. We need to be spiritual parents who mark a generation that is rising up, so they can follow the ways of the Lord and renounce the inheritance of their biological parents. The important thing is not to start well, but to finish well. We must run the race and beat our bodies so that we may end well and receive the crown of righteousness.
The speaker reflects on the life of a woman named Antonia who recently passed away, and how she lived without reservation, without return, and with nothing to regret. He cites Biblical examples of Paul and Samuel, who also lived their lives in this way. He encourages the audience to reflect on their own lives and make a commitment to live without reservations, surrendering everything to God. The speaker also has a specific message for Pastor Roberto, telling him that he has a strong apostolic anointing and is being placed as a guardian and prince among God's people. The Lord will reveal to him when to blow the trumpet and sound the alarm for danger.
Pay attention to the sound of the trumpet, as it will bring important messages in the future. Different sounds will have different meanings, and you will understand them when the time comes.
Hallelujah! First Corinthians 9:24 to 27. We were praying with Susan, what was the word that each one had to bring. This is a word that the Lord gave me recently and that has burned in my heart and I think it is a word that the Lord wants me to share in this first service.
First Corinthians 9:24 to 27. “Don't you know that those who run in the stadium all run, but only one gets the prize? Run in such a way that you obtain it. Everyone who fights for everything abstains. They indeed to receive a corruptible crown, but we an incorruptible. So I run in this way, not like an adventure, in this way I fight, not like someone hitting the air, but I hit my body and put it in servitude lest, having been a herald for others, I myself become removed."