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Sun, Sep 03, 2017
Passage: Acts 1-2 & Acts 10
Duration: 39 mins 9 secs
Christ’s great intercession for the advent of the Holy Spirit (Acts 2) formed Christ’s Mystical Body through the “one baptism” (Eph. 4) and provisionally joined all the redeemed, seating them in heavenly places as the “Invisible Church.” We established the evidence of the personally infilling of the Spirit as tongues from the Upper Room, then the House of Cornelius (Acts 10) and as settled doctrine by the Great Council Meeting in Jerusalem. (Acts 15) In this message we reiterate Antioch as the first Gentile center during transition from the Kingdom to the Church and finally transitioning to Ephesus and the Churches of Asia. Therefore, we began introduction of the conversion of Saul of Tarsus to Paul becoming the chief Apostle to the Church in Acts 9.
Wed, Aug 30, 2017
We address the “Exodus generation” that fell in unbelief and after wandering 38 years are commanded by Moses to move northward in view of again crossing the Jordan River. The account in Numbers 21 will furnish “deep spiritual insight” into the “Last Days” and the final generation of the Church and Israel. In this message we continue to discern the “mixt” multitude in the “valley of decision” as charged with a ten-fold count of unbelief in Numbers 14:22 and summarized in I Cor. 10.
Sun, Aug 27, 2017
Passage: Acts 1-2 & Acts 10
Duration: 37 mins 40 secs
Christ’s great intercession for the advent the Holy Spirit (Acts 2) established His Headship and formed His Mystical Body through the “one baptism” (Eph. 4). By provision all the redeemed were joined to Him and seated heavenly places as the “Invisible Church.” We review the evidence of the infilling of the Spirit as tongues in the Upper Room, at the House of Cornelius (Acts 10) and becoming settled doctrine by the Great Council Meeting in Jerusalem. (Acts 15) In this message we establish Antioch as the first Gentile Christian center during transition from the Kingdom to the Church. In retrospect we introduce the conversion of Saul of Tarsus to Paul as the chief Apostle to the Church in Acts 9.
Wed, Aug 23, 2017
We continue to address the “Exodus generation” that fell in unbelief and after wandering 38 years are commanded by Moses to move northward in view of again crossing the Jordan River. The account in Numbers 21 will furnish “deep spiritual insight” into the “Last Days” and the final generation of the Church and Israel. In this message we are discerning the “mixt” multitude in the “valley of decision” as charged with a ten-fold count of unbelief summarized in I Cor. 10.
Sun, Aug 20, 2017
Passage: Acts 1-2 & Acts 10
Duration: 38 mins 46 secs
Christ’s intercession for the Holy Spirit (Acts 2) established His Headship and formed His Mystical Body through the “one baptism” (Eph. 4)and by faith joined all the redeemed to Him, seating them in heavenly places as the “Invisible Church.” We continue to stress the evidence of the infilling of the Spirit as tongues in the Upper Room, at the House of Cornelius (Acts 10) becoming settled doctrine by the Great Council Meeting in Jerusalem. (Acts 15) In this message we briefly addressed the meaning of the signs in the heavens (Luke 21:25) beginning with the Solar Eclipse on August 21, 2017 followed by the alignment of the planets in September 23, 2017, and yet another Solar Eclipse in exactly seven years in August, 2024.
Sun, Jul 30, 2017
Christ’s intercession for the Holy Spirit (Acts 2) established His Headship and formed His Mystical Body through the “one baptism” and by faith joined all the redeemed to Him, seating them in heavenly places as the “Invisible Church.” In this message we continue to establish “tongues” as evidence of the infilling of the Spirit in the Upper Room, at the House of Cornelius (Acts 10) and it became a settled doctrine by the Great Council Meeting in Jerusalem (Acts 15) as well as the doctrine of salvation by grace and dispensational truths. (Cont’d)
Wed, Jul 26, 2017
We address this generation that fell in unbelief and after wandering 38 years are commanded by Moses to move northward in view of again crossing the Jordan River. The account in Numbers 21 will furnish “deep spiritual insight” into the “Last Days” of the Church and Israel. In this message we find the “mixt multitude” in the “valley of decision” charged with a ten-fold count of unbelief as the “Exodus Generation.”
Sun, Jul 23, 2017
Christ’s intercession for the Holy Spirit (Acts 2) established His Headship and formed His Mystical Body through the “one baptism” and by faith joined all the redeemed to Him, seating them in heavenly places as the “Invisible Church.” In this message we continue to establish “tongues” as evidence of the infilling of the Spirit in the Upper Room, at the House of Cornelius (Acts 10) and it became a settled doctrine by the Great Council Meeting in Jerusalem (Acts 15) as well as the doctrine of salvation by grace and dispensational truths. (Cont’d)
Wed, Jul 19, 2017
We continue to address this same generation that fell in unbelief and after wandering 38 years are commanded by Moses to move northward to compass the Land of Edom in view of crossing the Jordan River. This account furnishes “deep spiritual insight” into the “Last Days” that lie just ahead for the Church and Israel. In this message we examine this troubled, wearied camp in Numbers 21 as a “mixt multitude” in the “valley of decision.”
Sun, Jul 16, 2017
Christ’s intercession for the Holy Spirit (Acts 2) established His Headship and formed His Mystical Body through the “one baptism” and by faith joined all the redeemed to Him, seating them in heavenly places as the “Invisible Church.” In this message we continue to establish “tongues” as evidence of the infilling of the Spirit in the Upper Room, at the House of Cornelius (Acts 10) and it became a settled doctrine by the Great Council Meeting in Jerusalem (Acts 15) as well as the doctrine of salvation by grace and dispensational truths.
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