When a person is born again, of the Holy Spirit, and begins to walk according to the Will of God, God cleanses (sanctifies) the person from all the pagan customs he acquired in his past way of living, customs all generated in the image of the evil one. The process of purification (sanctification) consists in subjecting him or her to various trials (difficult experiences) so that those sinful burdens which will not allow him or her to grow in faith may come out of him or her.
The Kingdom of Heaven is urging men and women of faith, to trust His Word, to understand the spiritual significance of what it means to be a bearer of Good News, a competent minister of a New Covenant, and an ambassador of Christ. Terms all used by the apostle not to adorn the writing but to reveal by the Holy Spirit the authority possessed by the one who has given his life to the proclamation of the Gospel of the Kingdom of Heaven.
A gate is the entrance to a stage of growth, it is the point of transition between two stages of revelation, and it is the requirement to qualify for other levels of authority.
God has marked throughout the history stages of prophetic development, and men of understanding have been able to see them, and have moved in the Spirit of their revelation.
The prophet is the result of a divine convocation on the person, and it is concretized when he accepts the call, in submission to the Lordship of the Lord,
Integrous is the person who learned not to justify himself, the one who properly judges each situation; integrous is the one who understands that each situation warns him of the existence of a lack of integrity that must be overcome.
The integrous is one who recognizes his/her mistakes, his/her faults, his/her sins, confronts those who offended, and knows how to ask for forgiveness ... and corrects the damage ...
A wicked conduct based on idolatry develops a codependency to people, to objects, to places, and even to situations. In general terms, idolatrous values generate a need for something, or someone.
The words that produce Salvation and Eternal Life do not consist in the message per se, but in the truthfulness of the attitudes we develop towards those who transmit them and in the commitment before God that we are sent in His representation to transmit Salvation to our interlocutors.
Every apostate doctrine establishes as its basic disclosure that Jesus is not God. They recognize a prophetic aspect, and even a heavenly aspect, but deny its divine nature and essence. The reason is obvious; all heretical doctrine operates under the demonic intention.