Friday, 24 April 2015

God delivers the unforgiving to tormentors?


I was asked during the week for my opinion on Matthew 18:15-35 and specifically on verse 35.

I am humbled to do so by the revelation obtained from Father God as I sat with Him being taught by the Latter Rain Himself!

Before we deal with this scripture in depth, let me just say that this part and this parable of Jesus (on the unfaithful servant) in particular, is not taught on by many Grace teachers (I have yet to come across one). It is my opinion that all Grace teachers should teach on this, and you'll see why ...

Tuesday, 14 April 2015

The Bride! ...?


I was recently asked to do a teaching on the bride of Christ.

Easy subject, hey?

Mmm, not so easy as I thought ... until the Holy Spirit guided me. HalleluYAH!

Abba Abba showed me that it was indeed impossible to look at the bride without looking at the Bridegroom

How awesome is that!

Monday, 13 April 2015

Woe to ... mixture!


Jesus speaks "woes" over those who deceive and corrupt others (see Mat 23:13-29) to be like themselves; those who pervert and corrupt the truth and preach the deadly mixture as a truth.
"Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye compass sea and land to make one proselyte, and when he is made, ye make him twofold more the child of hell than yourselves.Mat 23:15  
... full of dead bones inside!

What is this "Woe"-cry?

Sunday, 5 April 2015

Is the law done? … obsolete?

Many times the question is asked: “Do we still need the law of Moses? 

Do we need to adhere to the law and commandments given to Moses? 

Do we still have to abide and be obedient to it?” 

Often times the law-conscious preacher would use quotes such as in Matthew 5 to substantiate his or her traditional mold of interpretation and understanding. Jesus says that He came not to destroy (demolish; overthrow) the law and someone would say: “See, right there it says that the law is still in place and we have to abide!” Taken out of context any verse can be twisted to substantiate corrupted and perverse thinking and doctrine. Jesus said He came to fulfill it. Huge difference!

Looking at the finished work of Jesus on the cross, it is obvious that He alone is the one ever to have fulfilled it completely. Just as one man’s sin imputed sin on all, so one Man’s obedience imputed righteousness on all. HalleluYAH!

And the law?

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