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To Whom Shall We Go? (John 6:67-69/ Luke 14:26-33)

“Who is truly a disciple? and how can I know?” Continue reading

Eternal Righteousness & Genesis 1 Expo

 In this post you will find our 3 downloads or streaming audio files available to you. We are continuing in our series into pt.3 of The Eternally New Covenant as we discuss the concept of Eternal Righteousness as it interacts with Faith & Law according to the terms of the New Covenant. In this part of our study, we are specifically looking at the Mercy God dispenses upon a New Covenant recipient, as he sheds His Law into the heart and mind by the Holy Spirit. In Our Expository and Devotional bible study which we have just begun a new … Continue reading

Pentecost / Feast of Weeks / First fruits of the Wheat harvest: The feast of harvest of the firstfruits of thy labours, which thou hast sown in the field:

The feast of harvest of the first fruits of thy labours, which thou hast sown in the field: Pentecost / Feast of Weeks First fruits of the Wheat harvest (Ex 23:16, Ex 34:22) In a few days we will be celebrating the New Moon festival of the feast of weeks from the 29th day sabbath eve (june 27th tues)- to the 3rd  New Moon (june 29th wed)  How it works for us? Deuteronomy 16:9 Seven weeks shalt thou number unto thee: begin to number the seven weeks from such time as thou beginnest to put the sickle to the corn. This … Continue reading

Pt.5 At the Name of Jesu(s)

“Philippians- An Exposition“ This message is the fifth part after the introduction of an expository study of the Epistle of Philippians written by the apostle Paul under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. In this study message we will be looking a Philippians 2:5-16 with specific emphasis on verses 7-8, with all of the context we can use to expose the text for what it said prophetically and historically and says to us doctrinally. We will be seeing a conclusive case from these words Hebrews, Psalms and Isaiah as we consider the dual nature of Christ, His claim of self-creation and … Continue reading

pt.4 Christ Jesus: the Form of GOD in the form of a Servant

Christ Jesus is the Form of God, He is Equal with God, and by choice He humbled Himself to take upon himself the form of a servant the likeness of a man, the fashion of man… to suffer what God cannot suffer without a human nature, and yet by choice of His own free will, an attribute only God has resident in Himself, a Free Will to Choose wholly and totally from beginning to end.
This is the very depth of theology, and yet Paul says it is at the very surface the unity of the Christian mind… Continue reading