19 Now those who were scattered because of the persecution that arose over Stephen traveled as far as Phoenicia and Cyprus and Antioch, speaking the word to no one except Jews. 20 But there were some of them, men of Cyprus and … Continue reading Lessons from Past Visitations 2: The Church in Antioch, Acts 11-13.
There is no doubt that when studying Scripture many 1st Advent elements appear in what is termed the 2nd Advent. The 2nd Advent is the Return of Christ. It is widely accepted by theologians, teachers, ministers that we are living in the end days. We have been since the day of Pentecost when the Holy Spirit descended, asked of the Father as we see, through the insight of Peter’s message that day. The 1st Advent shows us some precious truths which bring us closer to the understanding of God’s ways in our generation. When a visitation is unexpected at the … Continue reading The Lessons of Advent 2: The visitation at the Altar
Today precisely in the Jewish celebrates the feast of Hannukah. The Hannukah starts with the desecration and rededication of Zerrubabel’s temple. The miracle that is associated with this feast has all to do with the Menorah of the Temple, only … Continue reading The Lessons of Advent 1: A house without glory
It has been some time since writing in a consistent fashion. I am going to present our Christmas series which will be “Lessons from Advent“. There are elements of prophetic insights into the Christmas story. Last year we examined the “Christmas Parallels ” that we turned into a book and is in our store. I ask and depend upon God to bring the insights we desperately need for this season. Be blessed! Continue reading Series for Christmas
This title is taken from Acts 4:31 where the apostles had reported back from opposition from their own, their own faith, their own leaders. The order was to stop preaching in the Name of Jesus, because this was for fear … Continue reading “After they had prayed the place they were meeting was shaken”
Revelation 1 gives us an insight into this reality. When you consider the persecutions of the first apostles you see that what is happening today is not so developed in a concerted effort to persecute the Church, I think we … Continue reading Marturia 8: The witness in a time of persecution: Revelation 1
Enoch is a little known Patriarch of our faith, and the mention he gets here in the great heroes of faith is enough. We get the information which we sometimes turn around concerning pleasing God, and we need to see … Continue reading Marturia 6: He had this witness that he pleased God: Hebrews 11:5
In my Christmas Parallels series which is now a book, I mentioned the Consolation of Israel story from Luke 2 in the midst of the Christmas season. In prayer today the Lord brought this back to me because of many … Continue reading Prayer Initiative: Consolation of the Church: Luke 2
Who bare record of the word of God, and of hthe testimony of Jesus Christ, and of all things that he saw. Revelation 1:2 This Scripture above is the base Scripture for the whole series. The “Marturia” is the foundation … Continue reading The Marturia 1: When we obtain witness or we are lightly esteemed.
2 Chron 1: 3 So Solomon and all the congregation with him , went to the high place which was at Gibeon; for there was the Tabernacle of God, which Moses the Servant of the Lord had made in the wilderness. 2 Chron 5:2 Then Solomon assembled the elders of Israel and all the heads of the tribes…bring up the Ark of the Covenant out of the city of David which is Zion..they brought up the Ark and the Tabernacle of the Congregation… In the time of Solomon there existed 2 tabernacles. The Tabernacle of Moses at Gibeon and the … Continue reading Prophetic Word for the Church in UK; a new Temple