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pt.9 A Flaming Sword of Justice (Church Government half time message)

A flaming sword which turned every way, to keep the way of the tree of life. 
… from his right hand went a fiery law for them…
all his saints are in thy hand: and they sat down at thy feet; every one shall receive of thy words.

Looking at a biblical Church Government comprised of the organic kindred families of Israel, and those firmly seated in the Election of God by Grace through Faith unto the knowledge and truth in YHWH God’s ordained Law as commanded in Holy writ for the benefit of the individual, family and Nation. Continue reading

Resurrection Day / Wave Sheaf Day Message (1-16-2020)

A message on the wave sheaf, its correspondence to the Risen Christ, the system of the festival of Passover ad its witness of the crucifixion of Christ, and the hope of the Resurrection of the Church. Continue reading

Pt.8 The Rule of LAW or the Law of Rule? (Lex Rex)

Looking at a biblical Church Government comprised of the organic kindred families of Israel, and those firmly seated in the Election of God by Grace through Faith unto the knowledge and truth in YHWH God’s ordained Law as commanded in Holy writ for the benefit of the individual, family and Nation.

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A Doctrine of Reconciliation (And Government) Colossians ch. 1

A look at the Doctrine of Reconciliation as it applies to individual government and Church government in our world view. To have a fuller understanding of the discussion of “Church Government” please see the other messages in this series. Continue reading

pt.7 Power Structure?

Looking at a biblical community comprised of the organic kindred families of Israel, and those firmly seated in the Election of God by Grace through Faith unto the knowledge and truth in YHWH God’s ordained Law as commanded in Holy writ for the benefit of the individual, family and Nation.

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