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Wed, Sep 21, 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 provision for a perilous journey including the ten camels, taking heed to Abraham’s mysterious warning not to bring his son hither again.
Wed, Sep 14, 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 Isaac. We continue Abraham’s quest of seeking a helpmate for Isaac. He placed his most trusted steward, Eliezar of Damascus under oath as a type of the Apostle Paul, accosted on the road to Damascus, and made steward of the mysteries for this Church Age. In this message we reviewed the deadly affects of “leaven” sown into the gospel and the great challenge of ministering “the deep things of God” in these “last days.”
Wed, Sep 07, 2016
In this message we continue examining the seventh spy of unbelief and the greatest loss to the gospel of “grace and glory” 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 Isaac.  We continue Abraham’s, quest of seeking a helpmate for Isaac. He placed his most trusted steward, Eliezar of Damascus under oath as a type of the Apostle Paul, accosted on the road to Damascus, and made steward of the mysteries for this Church Age.  We examine the great challenge of the Apostle in ministering to the Gentiles “the deep things of God” and preserving them in the written word. In this message we examine Eliezar’s oaths, preparation and perils of the long journey to find Rebecca examine the mystery of Abraham’s vow never to bring his son hither again! 
Wed, Aug 24, 2016
In this message we continue examining the seventh spy of unbelief and the greatest loss to the gospel of “grace and glory” that of believers running to win Christ as their Bridegroom. However, this loss is not due to a lack of knowledge but through believer’s failure to judge “The Little Foxes that spoil the vine.”  We also continue prefacing a study of Rebecca to be wed to Isaac and her eventual acceptance of the “camels” in journeying to meet Isaac.  In this message we continue Abraham’s, quest of seeking a helpmate for Isaac. He placed his most trusted steward, Eliezar of Damascus under oath as a type of the Apostle Paul, accosted on the road to Damascus, and made steward of the mysteries for this Church Age. We examine the great challenge and faithfulness of the Apostle in ministering to the Gentiles “the deep things of God” and the great sacrifice in preserving them in the written word. In this message we emphasize Eliezar’s oaths, preparation and perils of the long journey to search out and bring back a wife for Isaac.  (Gen. 41: 45) (Cont’d)
Wed, Jul 20, 2016
In this message we continue examining the seventh spy of unbelief and the greatest loss to the gospel of “grace and glory” that of believers running to win Christ as their Bridegroom. However, this loss is not due to a lack of knowledge but through believer’s failure to judge “The Little Foxes that spoil the vine.” We also continue prefacing a study of Rebecca to be wed to Isaac and her eventual acceptance of the “camels” in journeying to meet Isaac. In this message we continue with Abraham’s quest to seek a helpmate for Isaac as a type of our heavenly Father. He placed his most trusted steward, Eliezar of Damacus under oath as a type of the Apostle Paul, accosted on the road to Damascus, and made steward of the mysteries for this Church Age. (1Cor. 4) (I Cor.9:15) We emphasize the great challenge and faithfulness of the Apostle in ministering to the Gentiles “the deep things of God” and preserving them in the written word. We contend the twelve mysteries will be ministered to the Latter Church during the “seven good years” under the greater than Joseph as Zaphna-paaneah “revealers of secrets.” (Gen. 41: 45) (Cont’d)
Wed, Jul 13, 2016
In this message we continue examining the seventh spy of unbelief and the greatest loss to the gospel of “grace and glory” that of believers running to win Christ as their Bridegroom. However, this loss is not due to a lack of knowledge but through believer’s failure to judge “The Little Foxes that spoil the vine.” We also continue prefacing a study of Rebecca to be wed to Isaac and her eventual acceptance of the “camels” in journeying to meet Isaac. In this message we continue with Abraham’s quest to seek a helpmate for Isaac as a type of our heavenly Father. He placed his most trusted steward, Eliezar of Damacus under oath as a type of the Apostle Paul, accosted on the road to Damascus, and made steward of the mysteries for this Church Age. (1Cor. 4) (I Cor.9:15) We emphasize the great challenge and faithfulness of the Apostle in ministering to the Gentiles “the deep things of God” and preserving them in the written word. We contend the twelve mysteries will be ministered to the Latter Church during the “seven good years” under the greater than Joseph as Zaphna-paaneah “revealers of secrets.” (Gen. 41: 45) (Cont’d)
Wed, Jul 06, 2016
In this message we continue examining the seventh spy of unbelief and the greatest loss to the gospel of “grace and glory” that of believers running to win Christ as their Bridegroom. However, this loss is not due to a lack of knowledge but through believer’s failure to judge “The Little Foxes that spoil the vine.” We also continue prefacing a study of Rebecca to be wed to Isaac and her eventual acceptance of the “camels” in journeying to meet Isaac. In this message we continue with Abraham’s quest to seek a helpmate for Isaac as a type of our heavenly Father. He placed his most trusted steward, Eliezar of Damacus under oath as a type of the Apostle Paul, accosted on the road to Damascus, and made steward of the mysteries for this Church Age. (1Cor. 4) (I Cor.9:15) We emphasize the great challenge and faithfulness of the Apostle in ministering to the Gentiles “the deep things of God” and preserving them in the written word. We contend the twelve mysteries will be ministered to the Latter Church during the “seven good years” under the greater than Joseph as Zaphnapaaneah “revealers of secrets.” (Gen. 41: 45)
Wed, Jun 29, 2016
In this message we continue examining the seventh spy of unbelief and the greatest loss to the gospel of “grace and glory” that of believers running to win Christ as their Bridegroom. However, this loss is not due to a lack of knowledge but through believer’s failure to judge “The Little Foxes that spoil the vine.” We also continue prefacing a study of Rebecca to be wed to Isaac and her eventual acceptance of the “camels” in journeying to meet Isaac. In this message we continue with Abraham’s quest to seek a helpmate for Isaac as a type of our heavenly Father. He placed his most trusted steward, Eliezar of Damacus under oath as a type of the Apostle Paul, accosted on the road to Damascus, as steward of the mysteries of this Church Age. (1Cor. 4) (I Cor.9:15) We also contend that the twelve mysteries will be ministered again during the “seven good years” under the greater than Joseph as Zaphnapaaneah “revealers of secrets.” (Gen. 41: 45)
Wed, Jun 22, 2016
In this message we continue examining the seventh spy of unbelief at Kadesh-barnea and the greatest loss to the gospel of “grace and glory” committed to the Apostle Paul, that of believers running to win Christ as their Bridegroom. However, this loss is not due to a lack of knowledge but through believer’s failure to judge “The Little Foxes that spoil the vine.” We also continue prefacing a study of Rebecca to be wed to Isaac and her eventual yielding in acceptance of the “camels” in journeying to meet Isaac. In this message we address Abraham’s quest to seek a helpmate for Isaac as a type of our heavenly Father. He placed his most trusted steward, Eliezar of Damacus under oath as a type of the Apostle Paul, accosted on the road to Damascus, as steward of the mysteries of this Church Age. (1Cor. 4) (I Cor.9:15)
Wed, Jun 15, 2016
In this message we continue examining the seventh spy of unbelief depicting the greatest loss to the gospel of “grace and glory” committed to the Apostle Paul, that of believers running to win Christ as their Bridegroom. However, this loss is not due to a lack of knowledge but through believer’s failure to judge “The Little Foxes that spoil the vine.” We also continue prefacing a study of Rebecca to be wed to Isaac and her eventual the necessity of acceptance of the “camels” in journeying to meet Isaac. In this message we address Abraham’s quest to seek a helpmate for Isaac as a type of our heavenly Father. He places his most trusted steward, Eliezar of Damacus under oath as a type of the Apostle Paul who was made the steward of the mysteries of this Church Age. (See I Cor. 4 & I Cor. 9:15)
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