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Do you feel like you are in a spiritual wilderness? Have you been expelled from your Church? This explains why God calls some out of the Church for a season to teach them new things, so that they can return to minister to those who have ears to hear.
The second part of the series, The Barley Overcomers is an in depth study of events in the Bible that occurred at the time of the barley harvest (wave-sheaf offering). We find that barley is always associated with the overcomers, life, the first resurrection, and coming into Sonship at the feast of Tabernacles.
Why does God allow evil to occur on earth? Is God an innocent bystander? This explores the difference between the will and plan of God and between God’s sovereignty and man’s authority.
Four basic lessons and an epilogue on what the Bible teaches about being an overcomer.
Paul's epistle to the Ephesians is, in some ways, a continuation of his epistle to the Romans. It enlarges upon Romans 1-8 in regard to the believer's position and right standing with God. We are "seated" with Christ, so we must "walk" according to our calling, and "stand" in the full armor of God against those who would oppose us.
This book discusses the differences between the Old and New Covenants. The main difference is that the Old Covenant was man's vow to God, while the New Covenant was God's vow (or promise) to man.
Habakkuk is a prophet of faith that is tested by delays. We can all identify with him.
If men receive their "eternal rewards" when they die, then what is the purpose of resurrection? The answer depends upon whether one holds the Greek or the Hebrew view of creation. The Purpose of Resurrection introduces the concept of resurrection itself, along with the difference between the two resurrections (barley and wheat companies). First of a three part series.
These are basic biblical themes that are necessary in order for prophets to understand what the biblical prophets have already prophesied.
The third part of the series, The Wheat and Asses of Pentecost deals mainly with Old Testament pentecostal types and shadows. Whenever wheat or asses are mentioned in the Bible, we know that it is a story dealing in some way with the anointing of Pentecost. By these examples, the Scriptures exhort us to move beyond Pentecost in our experience and knowledge of God, and move into the realm of Tabernacles and Sonship.
To understand what Scripture says, one must know the meaning of words and key concepts. This book is designed to prevent misunderstanding.
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