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Through the dynamic decree spoken with joy and love, faith and hope in God’s covenants fulfilled, the supplicant receives the engrafting of the Word<ref>James 1:21.</ref> and experiences the [[transmutation]] by the sacred fire of the Holy Spirit, the “trial by fire”<ref>I Cor. 3:13–15; I Pet. 1:7.</ref> whereby all sin, disease, and death are consumed, yet the righteous soul is preserved.
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Through the dynamic decree spoken with joy and love, faith and hope in God’s covenants fulfilled, the supplicant receives the engrafting of the Word<ref>James 1:21.</ref> and experiences the [[transmutation]] by the sacred fire of the [[Holy Spirit]], the “trial by fire”<ref>I Cor. 3:13–15; I Pet. 1:7.</ref> whereby all sin, disease, and death are consumed, yet the righteous soul is preserved.

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Through the dynamic decree spoken with joy and love, faith and hope in God’s covenants fulfilled, the supplicant receives the engrafting of the Word<ref>James 1:21.</ref> and experiences the [[transmutation]] by the sacred fire of the [[Holy Spirit]], the “trial by fire”<ref>I Cor. 3:13–15; I Pet. 1:7.</ref> whereby all sin, disease, and death are consumed, yet the righteous soul is preserved.
TranslationThrough the dynamic decree spoken with joy and love, faith and hope in God’s covenants fulfilled, the supplicant receives the engrafting of the Word<ref>James 1:21.</ref> and experiences the [[transmutation]] by the sacred fire of the [[Holy Spirit]], the “trial by fire”<ref>I Cor. 3:13–15; I Pet. 1:7.</ref> whereby all sin, disease, and death are consumed, yet the righteous soul is preserved.

Through the dynamic decree spoken with joy and love, faith and hope in God’s covenants fulfilled, the supplicant receives the engrafting of the Word[1] and experiences the transmutation by the sacred fire of the Holy Spirit, the “trial by fire”[2] whereby all sin, disease, and death are consumed, yet the righteous soul is preserved.

  1. James 1:21.
  2. I Cor. 3:13–15; I Pet. 1:7.