The Days of Elijah

The Days of Elijah

Jun 2019 - Sep 2020
Sermons in this series
Sun, Sep 13, 2020
Duration: 50 mins 31 secs
We “embrace” the current “dispensational change” from the “fullness of time,” into the “fullness of Times” in Eph. 1:10. The Church is now standing on two prophetic days: (1) the Day of the Lord, as the Seventh Day, (2) the Day of Christ, as the Third Redemptive Day. In this message we contend that a small remnant in the Church and Israel will yet prevail with the Lord. However, the Church will be deeply challenged, as they enter this “Third Redemption Day of Christ,” and must return to the “more sure word of prophecy” in the O.T. and N.T. in order to contend for the “faith once delivered,” as they seek a divine intervention and deliverance.
Sun, Aug 30, 2020
Duration: 39 mins 40 secs
We “embrace” the current “dispensational change” from the “fullness of time,” into the “fullness of Times” in Eph. 1:10. The Church is now standing on the Day of the Lord, as the Seventh Day, and the Day of Christ, as the Third Redemptive Day according to Ezekiel 1:1. In this message we ascertained why a very small remnant in the Church and Israel will prevail as joined unto the Lord of Hosts, We also examined Christ, as the “greater than Jonah,” emerging from a “horrible pit” of “noise” on the “third day” according to Psalms 40. Afterward He stood upon a Rock, as “Firstborn from the dead.” The Church now entering the greater “third day” will experience some “deep places,” but will prevail through the Christ, as the Rock. Matthew 16: 18
Sun, Aug 23, 2020
Duration: 47 mins 19 secs
We “embrace” the current “dispensational change” from the “fullness of time,” as the First Advent, into the “fullness of Times,” as the Second Advent. The Church is now standing on the Day of the Lord, as the Seventh Day, and the Day of Christ, as the Third Redemptive Day according to Ezekiel 1:1. In this message we addressed why a very small remnant in the Church and Israel will yet prevail. They are in agreement with the true God in heaven who restored the fallen earth in Genesis chapter one. On “Day Four” God set Sun, Moon and Stars to keep “times and seasons” and specifically the Messianic times according to Eccl 3:1-2. The God of this world only ruled over the fallen realm bequeathed to the First Adam and is now counted a defeated foe through Christ’s death burial resurrection as the “Last Adam.”
Sun, Jul 26, 2020
Duration: 44 mins 55 secs
In this message we continue to embrace the current dispensational change from the fullness of time, as the First Advent, into the fullness of Times, as the Second Advent. The Church is now standing on the Day of the Lord, as the Seventh Day, and the Day of Christ, as the Third Redemptive Day according to Ezekiel 1:1. The First Advent, as the “fullness of time, has continued through the Mystery Church age wherein Christ, as the invisible Head is being joined unto His Body and Bride, by the Spirit in forming the Mystery of Christ. The Third Day, will consummate God's two purposes in Christ, as the fullness of the Gentiles followed by the fullness of Israel.
Sun, Jul 19, 2020
Duration: 49 mins 2 secs
We “embrace” the current “dispensational change” from the “fullness of time,” as the First Advent, into the “fullness of Times,” as the Second Advent. The Church is now standing on the Day of the Lord, as the Seventh Day, and the Day of Christ, as the Third Redemptive Day according to Ezekiel 1:1. The First Advent, as the “fullness of time,” has continued through the Mystery Church age wherein Christ, as the invisible Head is being joined unto His Body and Bride, by the Spirit in forming the “Mystery of Christ.” The Third Day, will consummate God's two purposes in Christ, as the “fullness of the Gentiles” followed by the “fullness of Israel.”
Sun, Jul 12, 2020
Duration: 44 mins 46 secs
In this message we “embrace” the “dispensational change” from the “fullness of time,” as the First Advent, into the “fullness of Times,” as the Second Advent. We believe the transition from the Day of the Lord, as the Seventh Day, into the Day of Christ, as the Third Redemptive Day has been fulfilled according to Ezk. 1:1. Therefore, the “fullness of time,” as the First Advent continued through the Mystery Church age of two millennial days, wherein Christ, as Head is being joined unto His Mystical Body and Bride. The Third Day, as the “fullness of times” will usher in the “fullness Gentiles” followed by the “fullness of Israel.
Sun, Jul 05, 2020
Duration: 50 mins 1 sec
In this message we set forth both the “transition” and “change” from the “Fullness of time,” as the First Advent, into the Fullness of Times,” as the Second Advent. We have been in transition from the Day of the Lord, as the Seventh Day, into the Day of Christ, as the Third Redemptive Day. We believe the “vision” of the “open heavens,” according to Ezk. 1:1 has now completed this transition. This will surely usher in the consummation of God’s two spiritual purposes of the Church and Israel, both having “deep roots” back into the Covenant of Abraham in Genesis 12.
Sun, Mar 15, 2020
Duration: 45 mins 45 secs
We stand in even greater need of wisdom and strength “as our day.” “The Days of Elijah” continue to shed light on our pathway. Elijah’s return to Mt Carmel has “silenced” the camp before restoring the Altar of Jehovah. Before the “times of restoration” a remnant in the Church is grasping the “great gulf” that lies between the Lord and His people. In this message we reviewed the “two “egregious” evils in Jeremiah 2:13. We also reviewed the two “deciduous” disorders at the Lord’s Table in not discerning the "broken body of Christ,” and the “mystical body of Christ.” As believers with “an ear to hear” we find ourselves very much in need of the “times of restoration.” I Co. 11:23-29
Sun, Mar 08, 2020
Duration: 43 mins
We stand in great need of wisdom and strength “as our day.” “The Days of Elijah” continue to shed light on our pathway. Elijah’s return to Mt Carmel has “silenced” the camp before restoring the Altar of Jehovah. Before the “times of restoration” a remnant in the Church must grasp the “great gulf” that lies between the Lord and His people. In this message we continued to address the “two deciduous disorders” at the Lord’s Table. First: “not discerning the body of Christ,” i.e. His person and work and Second: “not discerning the mystical body of Christ” that will be manifested in believers in becoming barren and unfruitful. I Co. 11:23-29
Sun, Mar 01, 2020
Duration: 45 mins 16 secs
We stand in great need of wisdom and strength “as our day.” “The Days of Elijah” continue to shed light on our pathway. Elijah’s return to Mt Carmel has “silenced” the camp before restoring the Altar of Jehovah. Before the “times of restoration” a remnant must grasp the “great gulf” that lies between the Lord and His people. In this message we reviewed the “two evils” in Jeremiah 2:13 and re-introduced the “two disorders” at the Lord’s Table, as a display of poor manners. The first: “not discerning the body of Christ,” i.e. His person and work. The Second: “not discerning the mystical body of Christ. I Co. 11:23-29 & I Co. 15:32-33
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