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A Better Sacrifice

"By faith Abel presented God a better sacrifice," (Heb.11).

A better sacrifice. Churches spend money and effort, tiring themselves out, trying to give God a better worship. Some do their worships long (and exhaustively long, that is), some non-stop. Why do we still do these? Why do we still think it's by our efforts? Because many do not understand God's flesh principles.

You'd be shocked if I tell you to quit church worship! But seriously, you should always settle for nothing less than the best worship. And the best worship is far from being through your own efforts. It's far from anything invented or made possible by man. Man, even in born-again form (or what church people think is "born again"), is fallen.

A better sacrifice is by faith. If we want a better worship for God, then simply live daily by faith. What does this mean? Simple---just live by faith. The key word here is "live." God looks for a life, not just worship. Worship with no life is idolatry---exactly what Cain did to merit a curse mark on his forehead. Worship is a LIFE. Better sacrifice is better LIFE. The best worship is the best LIFE---seeing face to face, not anymore through a glass darkly like what denominations have.

Living by faith means, first, depending solely on God. This means giving up everything and surrendering them to God. Giving up what you can do and have, including your grand plans for God, and relying solely on his leading. It's also giving up your denomination. Denomination is not in the bible and goes directly against Jesus' prayers in John 17 and in the Lord's prayer---"your will be done here on earth as it is in heaven." There is no church denomination in heaven.

True worship is giving back to God what He's given us. God did not come so we can have denominations or church music or fellowship or programs. But he said, "I have come that you may have LIFE, and have it more abundantly." Therefore, true worship---and a better sacrifice like what Abel did---is offering life. This is real worship and what it really means to live a life of faith.

See this God's flesh wisdom: "I didn't merely give them commands on burnt offering and sacrifices--but also this command: Obey and walk in all the ways I tell you" (Jer.7). That's LIFE.

A better sacrifice? A better worship? Quit tiring yourself up. Give up your exhausting worship service! It's NEVER by works or efforts. It's always by simple faith, but which can move mountains. That's pure God's flesh.

"I urge you, by the mercies of God, to offer your bodies (or lives) as living sacrifices...which is your spiritual worship."

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