Trees Planted Along A River

Background

Our pastor was able to get together a few of us to visit our local Jail on Tuesday evening.

It was a very good service with hymn singing and a pastoral word from him.

Though only six of us went from our Church, but as other churches were invited and stayed behind for the entirety of our time, we were received in the fullness of he who gathered and sent his Church.

 

Trees Planted Along A Riverbank

Jeremiah 17:8

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Psalm 1-3

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Isaiah 61:3

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Numbers 24:5-6

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Ezekiel 47:12

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Ezekiel 19:10

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Hosea 14:5

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Job 29:19

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The River and the Tree of Life, Revelations 22:1-6

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References

  1. pInterest
    • Trees Planted Along A Riverbank
      Link
  2. Rev. Jeremy F. Simons | Bryn Athyn College
    • He Shall Be as a Tree Planted by the Water
      Link

Pray for the Church in October: October 2018

Prelude

In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Genesis 1:1

 

Words

Emily Stimpson Chapman

Our Sunday Visitor

Understanding the “dark night of the soul”

Link

Understanding the ‘dark night of the soul’ The feeling of spiritual emptiness, or being abandoned by God, is natural in the process of growing closer to Christ Emily Stimpson Chapman OSV Newsweekly

When the world looked at the face of Blessed Teresa of Kolkata, it saw pure, simple joy. Then, in 2007, 10 years after Blessed Teresa’s death, a collection of her private letters was published. Suddenly, the joy that the tiny sister from Albania once radiated seemed anything but simple.

As the letters revealed, for the entirety of her public ministry, the founder of the Missionaries of Charity endured unceasing feelings of desolation and abandonment by God.

“I am told God lives in me,” she wrote in 1957, “and yet the reality of darkness and coldness and emptiness is so great that nothing touches my soul.”

For some, the letters became a source of scandal. But for those familiar with the stages of spiritual growth, they served as a profound testimony to Blessed Teresa’s sanctity. In those decades of desolation, she lived what St. John of the Cross termed, the “dark night of the soul,” which was the title of a poem he wrote.

The timing and duration of Mother Teresa’s dark night was unusual — and markedly so. But the fact that she encountered a dark night wasn’t. Every Christian, on their way to God, must pass through his or her own dark night. So, what is (and isn’t) the dark night of the soul?

It is necessary

Every fallen human being has disordered desires and attachments. We love what we shouldn’t love, or we love what we should but in the wrong way. We seek our own comfort, our own pleasure, our own will. We value what we want more than we value what God wants. We do wrong, even if only in our hearts.

But we can’t do wrong and stand before God. We can’t even want to do wrong and stand before God. A prerequisite for seeing God face to face is that every attachment to sin, both in our lives and in our hearts, must be broken. If we want to become saints, we have to desire only God’s will. And we have to desire God’s will not out of fear of hell, but rather out of love for heaven, out of love for God. Some of that breaking we do, as we learn to avoid vice and pursue virtue. But some of that breaking only God can do. The dark night of the soul is, in part, how he does that. By seemingly withdrawing all spiritual consolations — all the little comforts and supports that typically come from pursuing a relationship with him — and allowing an almost crushing sense of abandonment to descend upon us, he purifies our desires and prepares us for heaven.

It is unique

The dark night of the soul looks different in different lives. Laypersons don’t necessarily experience the dark night the way religious do. Nor do active religious necessarily experience the dark night the way contemplatives do. Some people experience it primarily through external circumstances. They find themselves persecuted or afflicted. In the midst of those afflictions, all calls for help go unanswered. To the person passing through this type of dark night, it feels like God has left them to deal with their cross on their own.

Others experience the dark night through temptations: Temptations to pride, vanity, anger, sexual sin, and even unbelief assail them. Then, there are those who experience the dark night of the soul mainly through inner desolation: The gates of heaven seem barred against them, and no matter how much they pray, no consolation seemingly comes. Lastly, there are those who experience the dark night as a combination of all three: trials, temptations and abandonment.

Likewise, for some, the dark night comes but once. For others, it comes many times. Usually, it lasts for only a short while. Occasionally, it lasts much longer. But when it finally ends, it ends for good. A definitive work has been accomplished in the soul.

It is unpredictable

The dark night of the soul doesn’t come at the beginning of one’s journey to God. Traditionally, spiritual directors identify three primary stages (or ways) of growth in holiness. The first is the purgative way, where we break habits of vice, acquire habits of virtue and learn to live a Catholic life. The second is the illuminative way, where we grow in virtue, charity and the life of prayer. And the third is the unitive way, where our wills and hearts move in perfect harmony with God’s.

Near the end of the purgative stage, we experience a type of dark night — a time of trial and affliction where it feels as if God no longer loves us. This dark night, however, is not the dark night of the soul. Rather, it’s the dark night of the senses.

In the dark night of the senses, God purifies us of our attachments to the things of the world — physical comfort, physical pleasure, material success, popular acclaim — as well as of our consolations in prayer. Sorrows afflict us, and things that used to comfort us — food, sex, shopping, compliments, even the liturgy — no longer do. Through this dark night, God prepares us for the illuminative way and a deeper, more contemplative life of prayer.

The dark night of the soul occurs at the end of the illuminative way, as we prepare to enter the unitive way. During this dark night, God roots out our deepest attachments to sin and self, and the desolation that accompanies that rooting out is overwhelming and crushing. More than just a lack of consolation, this dark night plunges a soul into an abyss of darkness and nothingness, essentially revealing to us what we are without God and preparing us to not only carry our crosses, but to love our crosses and carry them joyfully in union with Christ.

It isn’t depression

From the outside, depression and the dark night of the soul bear a striking resemblance to one another. And they’re not entirely separate things. As St. John of the Cross noted long ago, depression (or as they called it in the 17th century, melancholia) can go hand in hand with a dark night, whether by exacerbating it or resulting from it.

But while clinical depression is triggered by an objectively sad event (losing a loved one, fatal illness, etc.) or by a biochemical problem, the dark night of the soul is purely an act of God; it is God working in our souls to draw us closer to him.

Likewise, while depression weighs down both body and soul, eventually rendering those who suffer from it unable to go about the normal business of their life, throughout the dark night, the spirit stays strong, and those suffering through it can perform great works of charity and service. They remain active and don’t experience the same temptations to total self-loathing or suicide that those struggling with depression suffer, nor do they lose their faith in the midst of the dark night. Belief remains.

It isn’t evil

The dark night of the soul is not an evil to be endured; it’s a good for which we should be grateful. Of course, it doesn’t always seem that way. The thought of plunging into a spiritual abyss and losing all the sweetness in our relationship with God strikes few as appealing. But neither does surgery. Having cancer removed from our bodies isn’t a fun process. Nevertheless, we submit to the surgeon’s knife readily and quickly, knowing that the sooner we have the surgery, the sooner we can live a healthy, full life.

What’s true on the natural level is true on the supernatural level. If we want to become the people God made us to be and live the lives he made us to live, we must let him excise sin and unhealthy attachments from our souls. There’s no getting around it. Before we can enter heaven, it has to happen. It can happen in this life or it can happen in the next — in purgatory. But here is better. For the sooner we let God root out unhealthy attachments, the sooner we can get on with the business of being saints.

And there’s no better business than that.

 

Videos

  1. The Pope
    • #PrayForTheChurch – Special prayer campaign for the Church – The Pope Video – October 2018
      • Profile :- October 2018. The Pope Video: The Devil is a seducer. This is why, without our knowing it, we let him enter into our lives. This also applies to the life of the Church. This is why the Pope is asking us this month of October to pray the Rosary of the Virgin Mary and the prayer to St. Michael the Archangel to fight against the power of evil and to protect the Church. Will we all join in with this request? “The Devil presents himself with great power. He brings you gifts. But you don’t know what’s inside. I renew the invitation to everyone to pray the Rosary every day in October, ending with the antiphon “We fly to thy patronage” and the Prayer to St. Michael the Archangel, to repel the attacks of the Devil who wants to divide the Church.”
      • Videos
    • Pope Francis asks for prayers to protect church from “attacks by the devil”
      • Videos
        • Video #1
          • Channel :- CBS Evening News
            Link
  2. Kanaan Ministries SA
    • Understanding Second Heaven
      • Profile
        • The following is an extract from the latest course ACTS (Advanced Counsellors Training School). For the complete course – there are 23 DVDs and 3 manuals, which can be purchased from our office, please contact our office: http://www.kanaanministries.org/contact/ or order from our eShop: http://kanaanministries-eshop.org/ Second Heaven: As with all kingdoms, there are levels of authority, governors of territories or regions, and so on. These beings operate within a region of the lower heavens. According to Scripture, there are three Heavens. God warns us in His Word that in the last days many will be deceived, that there will be many FALSE signs and wonders that will mislead many. In this session, Amanda discusses the false holy spirit that operates from the second heaven.
      • Videos
        • Video #1
          Channel :- KanaanMinistriesSA
          Published ON :- 2016-June-2nd
          Link
  3. John Paul Jackson
    • Dreams & Mysteries – The Mystery of Spiritual Warfare
      • Profile
        • Join author and speaker John Paul Jackson as he reveals some of the spiritual mysteries of the Bible… including how God speaks today through dreams!
      • Videos
        • Video #1
          Channel :- Dreams & Mysteries
          Published ON :- 2014-May-2nd
          Link
    • 5 Reasons Not to Engage in Second Heaven Warfare
      • Profile
        • In this companion video to the episode “The Mystery of Spiritual Warfare”, John Paul Jackson discusses some more reasons why focusing on second heaven principalities and powers is not a good idea in prayer.
      • Videos
        • Video #1
          Channel :- Dreams & Mysteries
          Published ON :- 2014-May-21st
          Link
  4. Derek Prince
    • The Three Heavens # Derek Prince
      • Profile
        • The Three Heavens # Derek Prince (engleza) # Casting Down Strongholds # Lesson 02
      • Videos
        • Video #1
          Channel :- Carti, predici, poezii
          Published ON :- 2016-Dec-12th
          Link

Spirit of Heaviness….

 

Scriptures

  1. Isaiah
    • Isaiah 61:3
      • To provide for them that mourn in Zion, to give unto them beauty for ashes, the oil of joy for mourning, the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness; that they might be called trees of righteousness, the planting of the LORD, that he might be glorified.
        Link
  2. Psalm
    • Psalm 92:10
      • But You have exalted my horn like that of the wild ox; I have been anointed with fresh oil.
        • King David
  3. Ezekiel
    • Ezekiel 29:21
      • In that day will I cause the horn of the house of Israel to bud forth, and I will give thee the opening of the mouth in the midst of them; and they shall know that I am the LORD.
  4. Joel
    • Joel 2:32
      • And it shall come to pass, that whosoever shall call on the name of the Lord shall be delivered: for in mount Zion and in Jerusalem shall be deliverance, as the Lord hath said, and in the remnant whom the Lord shall call.
  5. 1 Timothy
    • 1 Timothy 4:1-2
      • The Spirit clearly says that in later times some will abandon the faith and follow deceiving spirits and things taught by demons.
        Such teachings come through hypocritical liars, whose consciences have been seared as with a hot iron.
  6. 2 Samuel
    • 2 Samuel 3:39
      • And I am this day weak, though anointed king; and these men the sons of Zeruiah be too hard for me: the LORD shall reward the doer of evil according to his wickedness.
  7. John
    • John 6:63
      • It is the spirit that quickeneth; the flesh profiteth nothing: the words that I speak unto you, they are spirit, and they are life.
  8. Hebrews
    • Hebrews 4:12-13 King James Version (KJV)
      • For the word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any two edged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart. Neither is there any creature that is not manifest in his sight: but all things are naked and opened unto the eyes of him with whom we have to do.

 

Videos

  1. Derek Prince
    • Demons are as Real as you are and this is what you Need To Know about them
      Profile :- Demons have a personality just like you and me and different demons work in different ways. They are extremely dangerous unless one knows about their existence and their goal is just to destroy Gods’ creation and hinder us from worshiping him but they are no match for Jesus that will set us free! – Pastor Derek Prince
      Channel :- A & Ω Productions
      Published on :- 2018-Sept-15th
      Link
  2. Perry Stone
    • What the Anointing Can and Cannot Do | Episode 804
      Channel :- Perry Stone
      Published on :- 2016-March-4th
      Link

Preterism

Background

Going home yesterday ran into a gentleman who also happens to be a Christian Pastor.

We tracked into a discussion on Preterism.

What is Preterism?

Wikipedia

Link

Preterism is a Christian eschatological view that interprets some (partial preterism) or all (full preterism) prophecies of the Bible as events which have already happened. This school of thought interprets the Book of Daniel as referring to events that happened from the 7th century BC until the first century AD, while seeing the prophecies of Revelation as events that happened in the first century AD. Preterism holds that Ancient Israel finds its continuation or fulfillment in the Christian church at the destruction of Jerusalem in AD 70.

Historical

A prominent preterist exposition of prophecy was written by the Jesuit Luis de Alcasar during the Counter Reformation. Moses Stuart noted that Alcasar’s preterist interpretation was of considerable benefit to the Roman Catholic Church during its arguments with Protestants, and preterism has been described in modern eschatological commentary as a Catholic defense against the Protestant Historicist view which identified the Roman Catholic Church as a persecuting apostasy.

Due to resistance by Protestant Historicists, the preterist view was slow to gain acceptance outside the Roman Catholic Church. Among Protestants it was first accepted by Hugo Grotius, a Dutch Protestant eager to establish common ground between Protestants and the Roman Catholic Church. His first attempt to do this was entitled ‘Commentary on Certain Texts Which Deal with Antichrist’ (1640), in which he attempted to argue that the texts relating to Antichrist had their fulfillment in the 1st century AD. This was not well received by Protestants, but Grotius was undeterred and in his next work, ‘Commentaries On The New Testament’ (1641–50), he expanded his preterist views to include the Olivet prophecy and Revelation.

 

Biblical Foundation

Hymenaeus and Philetus (2 Tim 2:17-18)

Full preterism is sometimes viewed as heretical, based upon the historic creeds of the church (which would exclude this view), and also from Biblical passages that condemn a past view of the Resurrection or the denial of a physical resurrection or transformation of the body — doctrines which most Christians believe to be essential to the faith. Critics of full preterism point to the Apostle Paul’s condemnation of the doctrine of Hymenaeus and Philetus (2 Tim 2:17-18), which they regard as analogous to full preterism. Adherents of full preterism, however, dispute this assertion by pointing out that Paul’s condemnation was written during a time in which (their idea of) the Resurrection was still in the future (i.e., pre-AD 70). Their critics assert that if the Resurrection has not yet happened, then the condemnation would still apply.

 

Videos

  1. Dr. Brock Hollet
    • Joel Richardson :- Debunking Preterism with Dr. Brock Hollett | The
      Underground #94
      Channel :- Joel Richardson
      Published On :- 2018-June-19th
      Link
  2. Andrew Wommack
    • Andrew Wommack – Preterism
      Link
  3. Samuel M. Frost
    • Sam Frost – Why I Left Full Hyper Preterism – AD 70
      Published On :- 2018-Sept-6th
      Link
    • Why I Left Full (Hyper) Preterism – Sam Frost
      Samuel M. Frost was once a devoted Hyper-Preterist. Now, he’s converted to Orthodox Preterism. In this interview, he explains his conversion.
      Channel :- eschatology247
      Published On :- 2013-April-5th

      Link
  4. Fountain of Israel
    • Preterism Examined & Refuted 1& 2
      Channel :- Fountain of Israel
      Published On :- 2016-Dec-6th
      Link
  5. William Lane Craig
    • Preterism Debunked – William Lane Craig
      Link
  6. Joshua Prasch
    • Amillennialism And Post Amillennialism – James Jacob Prasch – Live From England
      Channel :- Moriel Ministries
      Published :- 2016-April-15th
      Link
  7. Darrell Myatt
    • Preterism: Do You Know About This Dangerous Theology?
      Channel :- DarrellMyatt1963
      Published On :- 2009-Nov-17th

 

In-depth

Dr. Brock Hollett

Debunking Preterism with Dr. Brock Hollett | The Underground #94

  1. Every generation takes the same view that the Day of the Lord is fast approaching

Samuel M. Frost

Sam Frost – Why I Left Full Hyper Preterism – AD 70

  1. Theonomy
    • View of God word can be demonstrated
  2. Dispensation
    • Dispensation is is not a Theology.  It is an eschatology.  It begins with an eschatology and has to go back and fit all of its Theology within its eschatology per-suppositions
    • It is fragmented
    • It cannot create a coherent, cohesive,  systematic position that pertains to a world view
  3. Preterism
    • All of the Pauline letters are interpreted through 70 AD
    • Paul was expecting Jesus to come back in 70 AD
    • Everything is breaded through 70 AD
    • Parousia
    • Romans  6 through 8
    • Sanctification is to the body of Christ
    • Nothing with body resurrection
    • pigeonholed
    • Slogan of “Time of End” and not “End of Time
    • Here gone and fulfilled
    • Now what do we do with the last 2000 years
    • And, now what do we do …

Books

Book Reviews

Brock David Hollett

Debunking Preterism: How Over-Realized Eschatology Misses the Not Yet of Bible Prophecy

Amazon
Link
By 2013, he had finished writing a book defending preterism and was scheduled to be a conference speaker at a preterist prophecy conference. However, on the very night that he received the first box of 100 books from his publisher, the Lord spoke to his heart to reexamine the biblical doctrine of the resurrection of the dead, which led him to repent of his involvement with preterism.

In 2017, God placed a fresh burden on Dr. Hollett’s heart to write a book that sets forth a proper biblical eschatology and a roadmap for refuting preterism. He wrote Debunking Preterism: How Over-realized Eschatology Misses the “Not Yet” of Bible Prophecy in only three months, sensing a prophetic urgency regarding the project. Debunking Preterism will undoubtedly become the gold standard on the topic of preterism. The book is replete with a wealth of illustrative figures and comparative charts that reinforce its main concepts. Special emphasis is placed upon a proper understanding of the biblical time statements and the “already and not yet” principle of eschatology.

 

Problematic

To me there are various issues with a Preterism view.

  1. Boxing
    • It boxes God into a strong timeline
    • It boxes jesus into a strong timeline
      • It argues Jesus came back in AD 70
  2. Temple Destruction
    • It says that people already flee the temple and there is no significance into a new Temple
  3. Audience
    • It teaches that Jesus was speaking to a particular focus group and not to generations thereafter
  4. Jewish State
    • It could lead to ambiguity about the role  of an actual Jewish state
  5. Millennium Timeline
    • Verses
      • Verse ( Revelations 20:1-3)
        • And I saw an angel coming down out of heaven, having the key to the Abyss and holding in his hand a great chain.
          He seized the dragon, that ancient serpent, who is the devil, or Satan, and bound him for a thousand years.
          He threw him into the Abyss, and locked and sealed it over him, to keep him from deceiving the nations anymore until the thousand years were ended. After that, he must be set free for a short time.
    • Questions
      • Will there be an actual Millennium Age
      • Or is it only Symbolic
  6. Replacement Theology
    • Stairway into replacement Theology?
    • Has God promises of Land and Davidic Rule taken place, nullified, or will occur at a later time

Summary

It is one thing to listen to discussions against a straw man.  But, when someone actually believes some of these things, it gives Christianity flesh.

 

Spiritual Gifts – Holy Spirit, the Help Mate

Words

Denzel Washington

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Videos

  1. Perry Stone Prophecy 07/23/2018 — GOD SPEAKS MYSTERIES — Perry Stone Sermons July 23 2018
    • Video #1
      Channel :- The Search 4 Future
      Published On :- 2018-July-23rd
      Link

 

In Depth

GOD SPEAKS MYSTERIES

  1. Keep you out of danger
    • Hidden Spirits
    • Hidden Traps
    • Hidden Plans
  2. Some people like to go to seeker sensitive churches
  3. In the last days
    • Learn to Pray in the Holy Ghost
  4. How to receive the Baptism of the Holy Spirit
    • Be saved
    • Believe
    • Ask
    • Confess your sins
      • Something in there that is blocking it
      • Heard a thief didn’t he
    • Spirit speak mystery
    • Be filled
      • Holy Spirit fill you first and then you speak
  5. Prayer Language

 

 

Sermons & Discussions [ 2018 – August ]

 

Videos

  1. Jackie Pullinger
    • The Only one Scarred
      • Videos
    • Facing the Cannon
      • Profile
        • Jackie Pullinger, author of the best-selling book Chasing the Dragon
      • Videos
    • GO2013 — Act justly, love mercy, walk humbly — Jackie Pullinger
      • Videos
    • Eyes to see a better country
      • Videos
    • GO2013 — From selfishness to others — Jackie Pullinger
      • Videos
        • Video #1
          Channel :- GOfestvideos
          Published On :- 2103-May-30th
          Link
    • Jackie Pullinger’s Amazing Story
      • Video #1
        At the age of 22 she wanted to be a missionary, so she wrote to various missionary organizations. Unable to find support from missionary organizations, she bought a ticket for Hong Kong with only $10 left to live on.She found work as a primary school teacher in the Kowloon Walled City, which in the 1960’s was not policed and was one of the world’s largest opium producing centers, run by Chinese gangs. God gave her a powerful ministry to those poor lost souls.
        Link
  2. David Pawson
    • Believers in Hell
      • One of the best preachings I have ever heard (“Believers in hell”) – David Pawson
        Channel :- Christ is king
        Published on :- 2018-March-5th
        Link
  3. Leonard Ravenhill
    • Moved By the Spirit
      • Moved by the Spirit
        Channel :- Ahava Jerusalem
        Published On :- 2016-July-10th
        Link
  4. Jacob Prasch
    • Messianic Version of the N.A.R.-James Jacob Prasch-Live Via Skype
      • Channel :- Moriel TV
        Published On :- 2018-Feb-4th
        Link
    • Understanding The People Under Deception – Jacob Prasch
      • Channel :- Dean Gibson – Grainstore
        Published On :- 2018-Feb-4th
        Link

 

In depth

Jackie Pullinger

Chasing the Dragon

  • Jackie Pullinger, author of the best-selling book Chasing the Dragon, is more widely known for her ministry in Hong Kong helping transform the lives of hundreds of drug addicts. Jackie left England not certain where God would take her; she bought a ticket on a boat and landed in Hong Kong where she has been a missionary for 45 years.In this compelling interview, we learn how Jackie came to faith while still at school; how her sea voyage, whilst still in her early twenties, eventually delivered her to Hong Kong, and how God has supernaturally transformed the lives of countless, poverty-stricken addicts in the province. We even learn what she said to the Queen on receiving an MBE for services to the poor.

Leonard Ravenhill

Moved By the Spirit

  1. Jackie Pullinger
    • There is only one place in the world that they are having Revival
    • Million dollar crusade and nothing happens
    • In America
      • 500 evangelist, and no revivalist
    • Queen drops in and gives Knighthood to Jackie Pullinger

Jacob Prasch

Messianic Version of the N.A.R.-James Jacob Prasch-Live Via Skype

  1. Restore things that never existed
    • Apostolic Authority
      • There is no Apostolic Authority outside of the writing of the apostle
      • Remains
        • Apostle
          • Church planting missionary
      • Problem
        • Heavy Shepherding
    • Prophetic Authority
      • Based on Ephesians 4
      • False Prophecy
        • Deuteronomy 18
    • Dominion Theology
      • Charismatic
      • Euceminism

Understanding The People Under Deception – Jacob Prasch

  1. Verses
    • They exchanged the truth about God for a lie, and worshiped and served created things rather than the Creator—who is forever praised.Amen. ( Roman s 1:25 )

Damon Thompson – Kingdom Theology

 

Videos

  1. The Gate to the World Where Nothing is Impossible, The Summit Church, 10-15-17
    Channel :- Rory Rothrock
    Published on 2017-Oct-17th

 

In-depth

The Gate to the World Where Nothing is Impossible, The Summit Church, 10 15 17

 

  1. January 2016
  2. Jim Brown
    • Could not fit into Jim Brown Suits
  3. Overseer
  4. Pregnant with the twins
    • Cardiac Arrest
  5. Value of Spiritual Authority
  6. Kingdom Arithmetic
    • Loaves
      • To feed 5000 started with 5 loaves
      • To feed 4000 started with 7 loaves
        • Mathew 15
        • Mark 8
    • The less he starts with the more he intends on doing
    • Never judge where you are going with where you are
    • Yield what was not enough in the first place
    • For God to get maximum glory, he has to start
  7. Church
    • References
      • 3 times
      • 106 Kingdom
    • Qualification
      • Church world attendance
      • Kingdom world surrender