In this series of the laws of the Spirit which are principles you must adhere to to walk in the Anointing of Christ, and we will address knowledge you ought to understand to walk in the anointing of Christ.

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IS THE MYSTERY OF GODLINESS."   (1 Timothy 3:16)

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"FOR MY THOUGHTS ARE NOT YOUR THOUGHTS, NEITHER ARE YOUR WAYS MY WAYS," SAITH THE LORD." (Isaiah 55;8/9) "GOD MADE KNOWN HIS WAYS TO MOSES, HIS ACTS UNTO THECHILDREN OF ISRAEL." (Psalm lO3:7) God does not change. He reveals his ways to his Saints, but not to the body of Christ in general. Saints walk in his ways by faith, the Churchman walks naturally by sight. In the Age to come, the Church will no longer serve two Masters; then they shall be able to focus in singleness of eye to walk in the Spirit of the anointing. To walk in Christ is to no longer think as a man ordinarily does, but as Christ thinks.
"FOR THOUGH WE WALK IN THE FLESH, WE DO NOT WAR AFTER THE FLESH: (FOR THE WEAPONS OF OUR WARFARE ARE NOT CARNAL, BUT MIGHTY THROUGH GOD TO THE PULLING DOWN OF STRONGHOLDS;) CASTING DOWN IMAGINATIONS AND EVERY HIGH THING THAT EXALTS ITSELF AGAINST THE KNOWLEDGE OF GOD, AND BRINGING INTO CAPTIVITY EVERY THOUGHT TO THE OBEDIENCE OF CHRIST;..." 2 Corinthians 10:5 MIGHTY THROUGH GOD refers to the anointing. In the anointing of Christ is a powerful Presence of the Spirit to pull down strongholds. A stronghold can be an institution ruled by an antichrist spirit or carnal Christians with so many vices the Devil is able to move them to destructive behaviour spiritually. Pulling down the stronghold could involve bringing them around to a right mind, or the removal of the antichrist minded individual. It can even get violent as we see by faith in the fall of Jericho after Israel marched around the city and gave a great shout, its walls fell down. To walk in the anointing involves casting down imaginations while "BRINGING INTO CAPTIVITY EVERY THOUGHT TO THE OBEDIENCE OF CHRIST." If this is not done, those who enter into the anointing cannot expect to be "MIGHTY THROUGH GOD TO THE PULLING DOWN OF STRONGHOLDS."
"TAKE NO THOUGHT FOR YOUR LIFE, WHAT YOU SHALL EAT, OR WHAT YOU SHALL DRINK; NOR YET FOR YOUR BODY, WHAT YOU SHALL PUT ON. IS NOT THE LIFE MORE THAN MEAT, AND THE BODY THAN CLOTHING?" (St. Matthew 6:25) Any unnecessary and vain thought quenches the Spirit of the anointing. Jesus had meat to eat of they knew not of, but the anointing of Life is "MORE THAN MEAT," and the body more important than the clothes we would put on. In all the Bible, you will never find mention of holy men concerning themselves with fashions or what to wear.

"TAKE THEREFORE NO THOUGHT FOR TOMORROW: FOR TOMORROW SHALL TAKE THOUGHT FOR THE THINGS OF ITSELF. SUFFICIENT UNTO THE DAY IS THE EVIL THEREOF." (St. Matthew 6:34) The living sacrifice cannot afford to let his mind wonder into concerns for tomorrow. Jesus emptied himself. This included any inclination to think human thoughts. A living sacrifice is fully occupied in walking in God. He no longer allows himself to think like a man. The spiritual warfare he is fighting is against the evil of the day with an eye to bringing down the strongholds of the Devil. The day is his framework. When the day is over, the wayfaring man will stop where the day ended, that can be his starting point for tomorrow. He is not distracted by appointments or plans. His focus is in the continuing guidance of the Spirit.
"Let the wicked forsake his way, and the unrighteous man his thoughts." (Isaiah 55:7) Human thinking makes a man unrighteous. Many a zealot thinks to serve God in their own human strength with strategies they have thought up. Forsake your thoughts and study to show yourself approved of God. When you are ready God will call you into the anointing to learn to walk in Christ and do the work God wants to do through you.
"THE THOUGHTS OF THE RIGHTEOUS ARE RIGHT:" Proverbs 12:5 The Psalmist said, "I hate vain thoughts." (Psalm ll9:ll3) "The LORD knows the thoughts of man, that they are vainity." (Psalm 94:ll) "For from within, out of the heart of men, proceed evil thoughts, adulteries, fornications, murders, thefts, covetousness, wickedness, deceit, lasciviousness, an evil eye, blasphemy, pride, foolishness: All these evil things come from within and defile the man." (St. Matthew 7:21) How does God know these things? "No thought can be withheld from God." (Job l7:ll) The righteous are full of the Word of God. They meditate on his law day and night. Their thoughts are right.