1 – Go Narrow

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Read pages 1-18 of Free at Last (2nd Edition)
–Introduction
–Dealing with the Root Cause

Introduction
1. How is the Go Narrow teaching going to be different than two major teachings in the body of Christ
2. How long does it take to really change your identity?

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Go Narrow
1. What is the main cause of suffering?
2. Why is desire important to knowing God?
3. Is there anything that you are not wililng to let go? A doctrine? A relationship? A dream?

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  1. Introduction
    1. How is the Go Narrow teaching going to be different than two major teachings in the body of Christ
    It is about dealing with sin upfront and becoming of what the Word says. Surpasses the popular or traditional understanding of deliverance, identity in Christ and confession of sins.

    2. How long does it take to really change your identity?
    Literally, when we are born again, we are a new creature, everything has passed and all things are created new. This positions us just right, giving us the means to become as the original design. Technically, there is a work that we need to go accomplish. Undergoing through the process is an act of our will, we have to be intentional about it becoming doers of the Word. How fast this can be done goes directly proportional to our attitude towards the process. If we are true to ourselves and consistent in our decisions and actions, I believe we are able to accomplish our goals of freedom and transformation relatively in a short period of time.

    Go Narrow
    1. What is the main cause of suffering?
    Fear/”cowardness” which contradicts directly 2 Tim. 1:7. The easy way is that we have to confront ourselves under the light of God’s Word and the help of the Holy Spirit, He is the one that guide us into all truth. If we find something that do not match with the Word, we need to deal with it. Due that this is an action of our will and it is not easy, we always have the choice of not do anything about it and keep rocking our sin/addiction/bondage, allowing deception to overtake us.

    2. Why is desire important to knowing God?
    The desire of God is that we all walk in the freedom that Jesus Christ attained for us at the Cross. There is an issue of personal involvement and investment in this ordeal: God invested himself in us so we can involved and invest ourselves in Him. There are not shortcuts to attain freedom, we need to get to know the source of it, God and Jesus Christ [John 3:16, Phil. 2:5-13].

    3. Is there anything that you are not wililng to let go? A doctrine? A relationship? A dream?
    I cannot think about something precise at this moment but I’m willing to let go everything that could possible be a hindrance to walk in the fullness of God, whatever this is. If there is something I find going through this process, I will let you know.

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