The fullness of salvation

Every time we sin, the blood of Jesus pays the price to remove it. There is nothing that God requires of us except that we come to Him and confess it, 1 John 1:9.

The death of Christ crucifies the sin nature for us. This is often not received because we believe that we are still a failure and that it is impossible to ever measure up to God’s standards. We need to come to Him and let Him show us that sin is separated from us now and is not a part of our identity, Romans 7:17.

The resurrection of Christ gives us access to the devine nature of God. Most Christian’s don’t access this because they believe that they are still stuck with the old nature. But once God has shown us that we are not sinners saved by grace (rather we are now saints who still have the potential to give into temptation), then we can come to God without fear of rejection.

All whom My Father gives (entrusts) to Me will come to Me;
and the one who comes to Me I will most certainly not cast out [I will never, no
never, reject one of them who comes to Me].
(John 6:37 AMP)

So how do we access the resurrection?
This new life is poured out by the Spirit and is gained when we spend time with God, specifically when we hear Him speak to us. The Lord told me that every time we hear Him speak to us, He rubs more of His devine nature on us.

Sanctify them [purify, consecrate, separate them for
Yourself, make them holy] by the Truth; Your Word is Truth.
(John 17:17 AMP)

And I give myself as a holy sacrifice for them so they can be made holy by your truth. (John 17:19 NLT)

The only way to deal with the flesh is through a life style of listening to God. The Holy Spirit is the teacher who will leads and guides us into all truth, even holiness, sonship, and the love of God.

If, when we were at our worst, we were put on friendly terms with God by the sacrificial death of his Son, now that we’re at our best, just think of how our lives will expand and deepen by means of his resurrection life! (Romans 5:10 MSG)