We enjoin ourselves to this feast as Christians for seven days; because we are Israelites born , therefore we shall dwell in booths…
That our generations may know that YHWH made the children of Israel to dwell in booths, when He brought them out of the land of Egypt: Because He IS YHWH your God. (Lev 23:43)
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In the celebration of this feast of unleavened bread there exists the ability to learn and be instructed by the intrinsic nature between Christ who is in fact the Word of God, and that Word made flesh in the man Jesus Christ, as the son of God and son of Man; this Word existed perfectly in the bosom of the Father as a perfect Law of logic of justice and of instruction in righteousness, this level of perfection and personification is in every sacrament of God’s Holy Law.
This property of sanctification is fully in existence in the feast of unleavened bread.
To realize the spirit and truth of every Word which proceeds from the mouth of YHWH will always bless one who is Elect and Called according to God’s own purpose; without this level of faith in recognition of the origin of any biblical ordinance one can never understand the feast’s sincerity and truth. Continue reading →
IF we have sown unto you spiritual things, Is it a great thing if we shall reap from you carnal things? 1Corinthians 9:11 SUPPORT RNCM! SABBATH BIBLE STUDY 10-15 (2019) ReNEWed COVENANT Ministry Subscribe to RNCM Podcast Feed iTunes • Other MP3 AUDIO MESSAGE DOWN LOAD-Listen any time! OR Page for Streaming Message – Follow along with study notes below! This Compilation is Interactive with E-Sword! – FREE DOWN LOAD HERE THEN: Just cut and past into you E-Sword topic notes Pt.9 The Way of Cain (Gen 4:11-24) In looking at the life of Cain and Abel … Continue reading →
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If we have sown unto you spiritual things, is it a great thing if we shall reap your carnal things? 1Corinthians 9:11
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This is a Expository reading of Psalm 24:1, a scripture we had looked at in the context of 1 Corinthians 10. Upon studying in another place the level of Christological focus jumped out and commanded to be shown to the church listening.
Who is this King of Glory? Continue reading →