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Wed, Mar 01, 2017
In these messages we are concluding our study of the seventh spy of unbelief of believers running to win Christ. Abraham’s quest in seeking a helpmate for Isaac fell upon his steward, Eliezar of Damascus, as a type of the Apostle Paul, accosted on the road to Damascus becoming the greater steward of the mysteries for the Church. In this message we continue with Eliezar’s encounter with Rebecca and family. Though enriched by the visitation, the family quickly grasped Eliezar’s mission to return with Rebecca without delay. Rebecca’s decision was “I will go” so they blessed her to become the mother of thousands of millions. Gen 22-24
Wed, Feb 22, 2017
In these messages we are concluding our study of the seventh spy of unbelief of believers running to win Christ. Abraham’s quest in seeking a helpmate for Isaac fell upon his steward, Eliezar of Damascus, as a type of the Apostle Paul, accosted on the road to Damascus becoming the greater steward of the mysteries for the Church. In this message we begin the conclusion of Genesis 24 with Eliezar’s perilous sojourn with ten camels to Abraham’s kindred and his first encounter with Rebecca and her family.
Wed, Feb 15, 2017
In these messages we are concluding our study of the seventh spy of unbelief of believers running to win Christ. Abraham’s quest in seeking a helpmate for Isaac fell upon his steward, Eliezar of Damascus, as a type of the Apostle Paul, accosted on the road to Damascus becoming the greater steward of the mysteries for the Church. In II Tim. 2: 1-26 the mantle of the “Pauline” gospel was laid upon Timothy and the Early Church and will be laid again on remnant in the Latter Church during the “Seven Good years.” We introduce the “Last Days” and the final usage of “peradventure” i.e. only God through the gospel and a final outpour of the Spirit can bring down the “strongholds of the mind” of the adversary in cleansing of the second heavens and thereby reversing the captivity of believers by rank and order in order to escape through the open door of translation. Refer to scriptures: Numbers 13&14, Gen 22-24, II Timothy 2:26 & II Cor. 10:4-5 Scriptures:
Wed, Feb 08, 2017
In these messages we conclude our study of the seventh spy of unbelief of believers running to win Christ. Abraham’s quest in seeking a helpmate for Isaac fell upon his steward, Eliezar of Damascus, as a type of the Apostle Paul, accosted on the road to Damascus becoming the greater steward of the mysteries for the Church. The Father laid the great burden of the gospel upon the shoulders of Apostle Paul who later bequeathed his mantle to Timothy and the Early Church .This mantle of the “Pauline” gospel will be laid upon a remnant in the Latter Church during the “Seven Good years.” They will encounter “strongholds” under the “mastermind” of the God of this world. We introduce the “Last Days” and the final usage of “peradventure” i.e. only God through the gospel and a final outpour of the Spirit can possibly cleanse the heavens and reverse the captivity of believers by rank and order from “the snare of the Devil.”
Wed, Feb 01, 2017
In these messages we are concluding our study of the seventh spy of unbelief of believers running to win Christ. Abraham’s quest in seeking a helpmate for Isaac required the great diligence of his steward, Eliezar of Damascus as a type of the Apostle Paul, accosted on the road to Damascus as the greater steward of the mysteries for this Church Age. The Heavenly Father laid the great burden of the gospel upon the shoulders of Apostle Paul who his mantle to Timothy and the Early Church. In this message we review the mantle of the gospel that will be laid upon the Latter Church during the “Seven Good years” that will extend to the great multitude of Revelation seven.
Wed, Jan 25, 2017
In these messages we are concluding our study of the seventh spy of unbelief of believers running to win Christ. Abraham’s quest in seeking a helpmate for Isaac required the great diligence of his steward, Eliezar of Damascus as a type of the Apostle Paul, accosted on the road to Damascus as the greater steward of the mysteries for this Church Age. The Heavenly Father placed the great burden of the gospel upon the shoulders of Apostle Paul who subsequently passed his mantle upon Timothy, the Early Church and the Latter Church.” In this message we continue to stress the master mind of “strongholds of the mind” that hold fallen humanity in a kingdom of darkness. This explains the reason behind the use of “peradventure” i.e. only God through the gospel can reverse the captivity of believers from “the snare of the Devil.” II Timothy 2:26
Wed, Jan 18, 2017
In these messages we are concluding our study of the seventh spy of unbelief of believers running to win Christ. Abraham’s quest in seeking a helpmate for Isaac required the great diligence of his steward, Eliezar of Damascus as a type of the Apostle Paul, accosted on the road to Damascus as the greater steward of the mysteries for this Church Age. The Heavenly Father first placed the burden of the gospel upon the Apostle Paul who later placed it upon the shoulders of Timothy, the Early Church and the Latter Church.” In this message we continue to stress “strongholds of the mind” as the reason behind the use of “peradventure” i.e. only God can reverse the captivity of believers from “the snare of the Devil.” II Timothy 2:26
Wed, Jan 11, 2017
n these messages we are concluding our study of the seventh spy of unbelief toward believers in running to win Christ. We warn believers to judge “The Little Foxes” and to embrace the “camels” in their lives. Abraham’s quest in seeking a helpmate for Isaac required diligence from his trusted steward, Eliezar of Damascus as a type of the Apostle Paul, accosted on the road to Damascus as the greater steward of the mysteries for this Church Age. Clearly the Heavenly Father placed the greater burden of making the gospel known upon the Apostle Paul but also upon the shoulders of Timothy and the Early Church. In this message we review the dimensions of the “Great Price,” “Great Provisions,” “Great Power,” “Great Glory,” and thus the “Great Burden” of the gospel. We stress the “Mantle” that will be placed upon a remnant in the Latter Church during the “seven good years” to minister the “Pauline Gospel.” In this message we explain “strongholds of the mind” as the reason behind the use of “peradventure” God will reverse the captivity of believers from “the snare of the Devil.” II Timothy 2:26
Wed, Jan 04, 2017
In these messages we begin to conclude our study of the seventh spy of unbelief toward believers in running to win Christ. We warn believers to judge “The Little Foxes” and to embrace the “camels” in their lives. Abraham’s quest in seeking a helpmate for Isaac required diligence from his trusted steward, Eliezar of Damascus as a type of the Apostle Paul, accosted on the road to Damascus as the greater steward of the mysteries for this Church Age. We restate Abraham’s warning to Eliezer to “take heed not to bring His son hither again.” Clearly the Heavenly Father placed the great burden of making the gospel known upon the shoulders of the Early Church. In this message we stress the “Great Price,” “Great Provisions,” “Great Power,” “Great Glory,” and the “Great Burden” placed upon the shoulders of Timothy by the Apostle Paul. This “Mantle” will be placed upon the shoulders of the Latter Church especially during the “seven good years” to minister the “Pauline Gospel” “peradventure” God will reverse the captivity of believers from “the snare of the Devil.” II Timothy 2:26
Wed, Dec 21, 2016
In these messages we examine the seventh spy of unbelief depicting the greatest loss of believers in running to win Christ. However, this loss is the believer’s failure to judge “The Little Foxes that spoil the vine” and to embrace the “camels” in their lives. Abraham’s quest in seeking a helpmate for Isaac required urgency from his trusted steward, Eliezar of Damascus as a type of the Apostle Paul, accosted on the road to Damascus as the greater steward of the mysteries for this Church Age. We restate Abraham’s warning to Eliezer to “take heed not to bring His son hither again” as the Heavenly Father placing the great burden of making the gospel known through the power of the Holy Ghost upon the shoulders of the Early Church and now the Latter Church. This will prove especially true during the “seven good years” before the “seven evil years.” In this message we stress again the “Great Price,” “Great Provisions,” “Great Power,” “Great Glory,” and “Great Challenges” placed upon Timothy by the Apostle Paul in ministering “his” gospel “peradventure” God will reverse the captivity of believers from “the snare of the Devil.”
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