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07 Nov 2019 Exodus (Program #151)

Exodus (Program #151) – Romans Program 56, Life-study of Romans 56

If you have been following along our life study of Exodus, you realize that from time to time we like to insert highlighted programs from previous books that we’ve covered on life study of the Bible and such is the case today.   In our life study of Exodus we come to the holy anointing oil, a wonderful type in the Old Testament of the all-inclusive Spirit of Christ.  A portion in the New Testament where the Spirit is not only revealed but also applied to us in our daily experience is chapter 8 in the book of Romans.  Today we are going to bring you a highlighted program from our life study of Romans.  We will return tomorrow to the life study of Exodus.

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17 Jun 2018 Job (Program #10)

Job (Program #10) – The All-Inclusive Spirit as the Consummation of the Processed and Consummated Triune God

The book of Philippians refers in chapter 1 to the bountiful supply of the Spirit of Jesus Christ in verse 19. By which we live Christ, magnify Christ, pursue Christ and gain Christ. By this bountiful supply of the Spirit we can count everything as loss and as refuse. Because Job did not have this Spirit, he was overly sensitive toward God and toward his friends. He had no joy and he never rejoiced. But the apostle Paul having this Spirit, rejoiced even in prison according to Acts 16:25.

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22 May 2018 1 & 2 Chronicles (Program #5)

1 & 2 Chronicles (Program #5) – Being Fundamental in the Full and Walking According to the All-Inclusive Spirit

The children of Israel were already in degradation when ten of the twelve tribes separated following the leadership of Jeroboam.  This act of division was further compounded when they established an alternate place of worship, far from Jerusalem in the northern region of Dan.  The result was two kingdoms under two kings, fully breaking the principle of oneness that the Lord has established for them in Deuteronomy 12 when He declared time after time that His choice was Jerusalem and all the children of Israel must come uniquely to Jerusalem to present their offerings and worship Jehovah.  But two of the tribes under the kingship of Rehoboam, Solomon’s son remained faithful to God’s command and kept Jerusalem and the temple as their center.  Thou this pleased Jehovah and preserved a measure of blessing upon them, still the Lord was strict and willing to discipline both the kings and the people whenever their hearts strayed from Him and the law of Moses that He had commanded them to keep.

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