Philippians 1:3 Lesson 3 Memory

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This lesson is the third exegetical Bible study pertaining to Philippians 1:3. Presented by Pastor Jim Oliver.

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Principles of Memory : 

Principles of Memory Philippians 1:3 Lesson 3

Scripture Reading : 

Scripture Reading “Surely my soul remembers and is humbled within me. This doctrine I recall to mind; therefore I have hope. The Lord's grace support never ceases; His grace expressions never fail. They are new every morning; great is Your faithfulness. ‘The Lord is my portion,' says my soul; `therefore I have confidence in Him.’” Lamentations 3:20-25 RBT “Therefore, I will always be ready to remind you of these things, even though you already know them, and have been established in the truth which is present with you. I consider it right, as long as I am in this earthly dwelling, to stir you up by way of reminder, knowing that the laying aside of my earthly dwelling is imminent, as also our Lord Jesus Christ has made clear to me.  And I will also be diligent that at any time after my departure you will be able to call these things to mind.” 2 Peter 1:12-16 NASB

Principles of Memory : 

Principles of Memory Presented by Pastor Jim Oliver, MAET

Principles of Memory : 

Principles of Memory “Be filled with the Spirit…” Ephesians 5:18

Principles of Memory : 

Principles of Memory Name your sins to God the Father.

Principles of Memory : 

Principles of Memory Opening Prayer

I. Outline : 

1999 Memory 7 I. Outline Definition Illustration of Memory Memory and Communion Memory Passages The Importance of Memory

I. Definition : 

1999 Memory 8 I. Definition

I. Definition : 

1999 Memory 9 I. Definition Memory Verbal Function of Your Human Soul Related to Life and Happiness Related to Learning and Applying Doctrine

I. Definition : 

1999 Memory 10 I. Definition Memory Mental Capacity Retaining Unconscious Traces of Conscious Impressions Recalling Traces to Consciousness with Attendant Perception Verbal Function of Your Human Soul Related to Life and Happiness Related to Learning and Applying Doctrine

I. Definition : 

1999 Memory 11 I. Definition Memory Power of Retention Ability to Recall Related to Capacity for Life

I. Definition : 

1999 Memory 12 I. Definition Memory Mental Capacity Retaining Identification and Perception Power of Retention Ability to Recall Related to Capacity for Life

I. Definition : 

1999 Memory 13 I. Definition Memory Includes People Living in Your Soul Power of Retention Ability to Recall Related to Capacity for Life Mental Capacity Retaining Identification and Perception

II. An Illustration of Memory : 

1999 Memory 14 II. An Illustration of Memory Leading off this room is a flight of stairs…

III. Memory and Communion : 

III. Memory and Communion The Communion Table is the most important function of your memory.

III. Memory and Communion : 

III. Memory and Communion Communion: A Function of Memory Recall Doctrines:

III. Memory and Communion : 

1999 Memory 17 III. Memory and Communion Communion: A Function of Memory Recall Doctrines: By Means of the Holy Spirit Of the Uniqueness of Jesus Christ His Work on the Cross Application to Your Life

III. Memory and Communion : 

1999 Memory 18 III. Memory and Communion “Keep on doing these things in memory of Me.” Luke 22:19 Communion: A Function of Memory Recall Doctrines: By Means of the Holy Spirit Of the Uniqueness of Jesus Christ His Work on the Cross Application to Your Life

III. Memory and Communion : 

1999 Memory 19 III. Memory and Communion Remember Christ until He returns. Communion: A Function of Memory Recall Doctrines

III. Memory and Communion : 

1999 Memory 20 III. Memory and Communion “…and when He had given thanks, He broke it and said, ‘This is My body, which is for you; do this in remembrance of Me.’” 1 Corinthians 11:24-25 NASB Remember Christ until He returns. Communion: A Function of Memory Recall Doctrines

III. Memory and Communion : 

1999 Memory 21 III. Memory and Communion “In the same way He took the cup also after supper, saying, ‘This cup is the new covenant of My blood; do this as often as you drink it, in remembrance of Me.’” 1 Corinthians 11:25 NASB Remember Christ until He returns. Communion: A Function of Memory Recall Doctrines

III. Memory and Communion : 

1999 Memory 22 III. Memory and Communion Memory and thanksgiving go hand in hand.

III. Memory and Communion : 

1999 Memory 23 III. Memory and Communion Every believer needs to have all the doctrines of Christ ready to recall. Memory and thanksgiving go hand in hand.

Principles of Application : 

1999 Memory 24 Principles of Application

Principles of Application : 

1999 Memory 25 Principles of Application In order to fulfill God’s plan for life, you must have maximum doctrine resident in your soul.

Principles of Application : 

1999 Memory 26 Principles of Application In order to fulfill God’s plan for life, you must have maximum doctrine resident in your soul. Your stability comes from the doctrine resident in your soul- that is, doctrine which you can remember.

Principles of Application : 

1999 Memory 27 Principles of Application In order to fulfill God’s plan for life, you must have maximum doctrine resident in your soul. Your stability comes from the doctrine resident in your soul- that is, doctrine which you can remember. “I keep reminding you of these doctrines…” 2 Peter 1:12-13 RBT

Principles of Application : 

1999 Memory 28 Principles of Application In order to fulfill God’s plan for life, you must have maximum doctrine resident in your soul. Your stability comes from the doctrine resident in your soul- that is, doctrine which you can remember. Keep listening to repeated doctrines.

Principles of Application : 

1999 29 Principles of Application “Therefore, I will always be ready to remind you of these things, even though you already know them, and have been established in the truth which is present with you. I consider it right, as long as I am in this earthly dwelling, to stir you up by way of reminder, knowing that the laying aside of my earthly dwelling is imminent, as also our Lord Jesus Christ has made clear to me.  And I will also be diligent that at any time after my departure you will be able to call these things to mind.” 2 Peter 1:12-16 NASB

Principles of Application : 

1999 Memory 30 Principles of Application In order to fulfill God’s plan for life, you must have maximum doctrine resident in your soul. Your stability comes from the doctrine resident in your soul- that is, doctrine which you can remember. Keep listening to repeated doctrines. You never forget inculcated doctrine. You can apply learned doctrine under pressure.

Principles of Application : 

1999 Memory 31 Principles of Application Memory of thought patterns of reversionism bring misery. Memories from maturity blessings bring happiness. In order to fulfill God’s plan for life, you must have maximum doctrine resident in your soul. Your stability comes from the doctrine resident in your soul- that is, doctrine which you can remember.

Principles of Application : 

1999 Memory 32 Principles of Application “He has broken my teeth with gravel. He has made me cower in the dust. My soul has been rejected from prosperity and I have forgotten happiness.” Lamentations 3:16 RBT

Principles of Application : 

1999 Memory 33 Principles of Application “Surely my soul remembers and is humbled within me. This doctrine I recall to mind; therefore I have hope. The Lord's grace support never ceases; His grace expressions never fail. They are new every morning; great is Your faithfulness. ‘The Lord is my portion,' says my soul; `therefore I have confidence in Him.’ Lamentations 3:20-25 RBT

Principles of Application : 

1999 Memory 34 Principles of Application Doctrine in the memory center is designed to remind you that everything you have and are comes from the Lord.

Principles of Application : 

1999 Memory 35 Principles of Application “Bless the Lord, O my soul and forget not His benefits.” Psalm 103:2 Doctrine in the memory center is designed to remind you that everything you have and are comes from the Lord.

Principles of Application : 

1999 Memory 36 Principles of Application You should store good memories all of your life. “Remember, therefore, the One creating you.” Ecclesiastes 12:1 Doctrine in the memory center is designed to remind you that everything you have and are comes from the Lord.

Principles of Application : 

1999 Memory 37 Principles of Application You can recover from reversionism by recalling days of positive volition. You should store good memories all of your life. Doctrine in the memory center is designed to remind you that everything you have and are comes from the Lord.

Principles of Application : 

1999 Memory 38 Principles of Application “They shall eagerly utter the memory of Your abundant goodness, and will shout joyfully of Your righteousness. The Lord is gracious and merciful; Slow to anger and great in loving-kindness. The Lord is good to all…” Psalm 145:7-9a NASB

IV. Memory Passages : 

1999 Memory 39 IV. Memory Passages

IV. Memory Passages : 

1999 Memory 40 “How blessed are those who observe His testimonies, who seek Him with all their heart. They also do no unrighteousness; They walk in His ways.” Psalm 119:2-3 NASB IV. Memory Passages

IV. Memory Passages : 

1999 Memory 41 “I will never forget Your precepts, for by them You have revived me.” Psalm 119:93 NASB IV. Memory Passages

IV. Memory Passages : 

1999 Memory 42 “Acquire wisdom! Acquire understanding! Do not forget nor turn away from the words of My mouth.” Proverbs 4:5 NASB IV. Memory Passages

V. The Importance of Memory : 

1999 Memory 43 Our most important activity is learning doctrine. It is how we grow spiritually. It how the angelic conflict is resolved. It is how we fulfill God’s plan for our lives. It is how we glorify God. V. The Importance of Memory

V. The Importance of Memory : 

1999 Memory 44 Our most important activity is learning doctrine. Above all else, protect your memory. V. The Importance of Memory

V. The Importance of Memory : 

1999 Memory 45 Our most important activity is learning doctrine. Above all else, protect your memory. Avoid evil thinking which destroys your ability to recall doctrine. V. The Importance of Memory

V. The Importance of Memory : 

1999 Memory 46 Our most important activity is learning doctrine. Above all else, protect your memory. Avoid evil thinking which destroys your ability to recall doctrine. Continue your spiritual growth. V. The Importance of Memory

Principles of Memory : 

Principles of Memory Closing Prayer http://jimoliverministries.home.comcast.net

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