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Wed, Dec 14, 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 review the “Great Price,” “Great Provisions,” “Great Power,” “Great Glory” and the “Great Challenges” placed upon Timothy by the Apostle Paul.
Wed, Dec 07, 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 continue to stress the Great Price, the Great Provisions and the Great Power of the gospel and now the Great Burden to make it known against “Great Challenges.”
Wed, Nov 30, 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 continue to stress the Great Price, the Great Provisions and the Great Power of the gospel and thus the Great Burden to make it known.
Wed, Nov 16, 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 upon the shoulders of the Early Church howbeit through the power of the Holy Ghost. (Act 1:8) The same burden rests upon the Latter Church and will prove especially true during the “seven good years” before the “seven evil years.” In this message we continue to stress the price, the provisions and the power of the gospel wielded through the two-edged sword of the Spirit (Heb 4:12-13) and again as a larger sword in Rev. 1:16 in“Judgment beginning at the house of God.” (I Peter 4: 17)
Wed, Nov 09, 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 upon the shoulders of the Early Church howbeit through the power of the Holy Ghost. (Act 1:8) The same burden rests upon the Latter Church and will prove especially true during the “seven good years” before the “seven evil years.” In this message we continue to stress the provisions and the power of the gospel wielded through the two-edged sword of the Spirit from Hebrews 4:12-13.
Wed, Nov 02, 2016
In this message 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 upon the shoulders of the Early Church howbeit through the power of the Holy Ghost. (Act 1:8) The same burden rests upon the Latter Church and will prove especially true during the “seven good years” before the “seven evil years.” In this message we continue to stress the power of the gospel revealed through the two-edged sword of the Spirit from Hebrews 4:12-13.
Wed, Oct 26, 2016
In this message we will examine the seventh spy of unbelief depicting the greatest loss of believers running to win Christ. However, this loss is due to believer’s failure to judge “The Little Foxes that spoil the vine” and a failure to embrace the “camels” in their lives. Abraham’s quest in seeking a helpmate for Isaac required sending his trusted steward, Eliezar of Damascus, 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 upon the shoulders of the Early Church howbeit through the power of the Holy Ghost. (Act 1:8) The same burden rests down to the Latter Church and will prove especially true during the “seven good years” before the “seven evil years.” In this message we stress the power of the two-edged sword from Hebrews 4:12-13.
Wed, Oct 12, 2016
In this message we continue examining the seventh spy of unbelief and the greatest loss of believers running to win Christ as their Bridegroom. However, this loss is due to believer’s failure to judge “The Little Foxes that spoil the vine” and embracing the “camels” in our lives as Rebecca in journeying to meet Isaac. Abraham’s quest in seeking a helpmate for Isaac required services of his trusted steward, Eliezar of Damascus, a type of the Apostle Paul, accosted on the road to Damascus and becoming the greater steward of the mysteries for this Church Age. In this message we restate Abraham’s warning to Eliezer to “take heed not to bring His son hither again” as a type of the Heavenly Father who after the ascension of our Lord placed the great burden of making the gospel known upon the shoulders of the Early Church howbeit through the power of the Holy Ghost. (Act 1:8) The Latter Church will need a fresh visitation of the Holy Ghost as they shoulder the great burden of spreading the gospel during the “seven good years” before the “seven evil years.”
Wed, Oct 05, 2016
In this message we continue examining the seventh spy of unbelief and the greatest loss of believers running to win Christ as their Bridegroom. However, this loss is due to believer’s failure to judge “The Little Foxes that spoil the vine” and embracing the “camels” in our lives. We will continue addressing Rebecca and her eventual acceptance of the “camels” in journeying to meet Isaac. Abraham’s quest in seeking a helpmate for Isaac required placing his most trusted steward, Eliezar of Damascus, a type of the Apostle Paul, accosted on the road to Damascus and becoming the greater steward of the mysteries for this Church Age. In this message cover preparation for their journey and restate Abraham’s warning to Eliezer to take heed not to bring His son hither again. This is a type of the Heavenly Father placing the great burden of making the gospel known upon the shoulders of the Church through the power of the Holy Ghost. (Act 1:8)
Wed, Sep 28, 2016
In this message we continue examining the seventh spy of unbelief and the greatest loss” of believers running to win Christ as their Bridegroom. However, this loss is due believer’s failure to judge “The Little Foxes that spoil the vine.” We continue prefacing a study of Rebecca to be wed to Isaac and her eventual acceptance of the “camels” in journeying to meet. Abraham’s quest in seeking a helpmate for Isaac required placing his most trusted steward, Eliezar of Damascus, a type of the Apostle Paul, accosted on the road to Damascus and becoming the greater steward of the mysteries for this Church Age. In this message we review their preparation and provisions for a perilous journey astride the ten camels. We examine again Abraham as a type of the Heavenly Father and the mysterious warning to take heed not to bring His son hither again.
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