Studying the literal nature of the Gospel and it’s proclaimed Kingdom: From it’s Biblical origin to it’s offer of everlasting life, the Gospel of the Kingdom is rooted in Spiritual Faith in the Word of GOD and must be defined by such.
The Disciple’s Task in the World In this message we are going to Consider the Task Jesus charges His Disciples with as Salt and Light. We’ll ask what a disciple is? What does Salt represent and mean? and what does Light represent and mean? As we ask ourselves “are we His disciples?” Let us let His word answer that question as our spirit bears witness with His Spirit that inspired His Word. Remember when You are freely enjoying the notes you are reading or freely listen… SOME ONE IS STILL PAYING FOR IT Contribute when you can to keep us … Continue reading →
Greeting all who keep up with JS Lowther and RNCM, Last week I returned from a ministry engagement, for the brethren of Christian Reform Church. This was my contribution of the Word at that gathering: As One Man – JS Lowther Much thanks to the leadership of the Church, Brothers Zack and John, as well as the whole congregation that gathered for your attentive love and graciousness. Blessings! I hope it is a blessing to those who wait upon the Kingdom, Blessings, JS Lowther
Unleavened Bread Sabbath Message: “Begging the Body of Jesus” Wave Sheaf / Resurrection day Message: “The Joy of the Sons of Men (A lesson of first-fruits)” Worship Service for Resurrection day 1st month 22 – R N C M (renewedcovenantministry.com)
“Fear or Faith?“ As per the Calendar Liturgy which we follow to direct our worship and studies, this message has been provided according to the remembrance of Deuteronomy 1:3, which tells that Moses the servant of God began the book of Deuteronomy on the 11th month of the year. Thus, at this New Moon a message has been extracted from the text of Deuteronomy 1 to aid our minds in a consideration of the things of YHWH God Almighty at this same time of the agricultural year as our fathers of the children of Israel: we do so for … Continue reading →