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Wed, Feb 24, 2021
Passage: Exodus 3
Duration: 36 mins 53 secs
We continue study of the Exodus Generation and Golden Calf Worship, Ex. 32-33. We continue through the Acts 27 Storm by embracing Ezekiel's vision of the "open heavens." The "Exodus Generation" awaited deliverance after the birth and preparation of Moses spanning 40 years in Egypt and forty years of in the Midian Desert. Moses now turns aside to behold the "Great I am" in the midst of a "Burning Bush."(Ex. 3) In prepartion to behold the glory of Christ's Second Advent the Church must "turn aside" to behold the glory of His First Advent. In Nazareth, the Eternal Word was made flesh becoming full of "grace and truth." He became God's Holiness and Righteousness bestowed as the gift of God to all believers.
Sun, Feb 21, 2021
In this message we deviated from Hebrews Chapter One in addressing the coming dissension of the Glory of the Lord from Isaiah Chapter Six. We also ministered from the Book of Esther, wherein the Queen was instrumental in uncovering the plot against her people, the Jews, resulting in the Feast of Purim to be celebrated in 2021 on February 25-26.
Wed, Feb 17, 2021
Passage: Exodus 3 & John 1:14
Duration: 38 mins 2 secs
We continue study of the Exodus Generation and Golden Calf Worship, Ex. 32-33. We are pressing through the Acts 27 Storm and embracing Ezekiel’s vision of the “open heavens.” The “Exodus Generation” awaited deliverance after the birth of Moses and preparation, spanning 40 years in Egypt and forty years of in the Midian Desert. Moses, contented to dwell in Midian, turns aside to behold the “Great I am” in the midst of a "Burning Bush."(Ex. 3) We must also “turn aside” to behold the glory of Christ’s First Advent. In Nazareth, the Lord Jesus, as the “Word made flesh,” emerged full of “grace and truth”becoming the full expression of both the Holiness and the Righteousness of God!
Sun, Feb 14, 2021
We continue to review the year of 2020 in vision viewpoints” In Heb. 1:1, God in times past” began speaking of His Son and this filled up the volume of the book as the Old Testament. At the birth of Jesus in Bethlehem, God began speaking by His Son. In this message we continue from Nazareth to Nazareth where Jesus was conceived and returned for twenty eight years, as the silent years. In Nazareth He became a fourfold branch and a fourfold workmanship of God. In this message Jesus, as a tender plant was also a root out of dry ground. Isaiah 53:1-2
Wed, Feb 10, 2021
Passage: Exodus 3 & John 1:14
Duration: 39 mins 2 secs
We continue study of the Exodus Generation and Golden Calf Worship, Ex. 32-33. We are pressing through the Acts 27 Storm and embracing Ezekiel’s vision of the “open heavens.” The “Exodus Generation” awaited deliverance following the birth Moses and his preparation, spanning 40 years in Egypt and forty years of in the Midian Desert. Moses, contented to dwell in Midian, turns aside to be challenged by the “Great I am” in the midst of a "Burning Bush."(Ex. 3) We must also “turn aside” to behold the glory of Christ’s First Advent. In Nazareth, Jesus, as the “Word made flesh,” was the workmanship of God becoming full of “grace and truth.” John 1:14
Sun, Feb 07, 2021
We continue to review the year of 2020 in vision viewpoints” According to Heb. 1:1, God in times past began speaking “of His Son and this filled up the volume of the book. At the birth of Jesus in Bethlehem, God began to speak by His Son. In this message we began speaking from Nazareth to Nazareth where Jesus was conceived and returned for twenty eight years, fulfilling the silent years. It was here He became the workmanship of God, as the master potter. It was here He grew up before His Father as a tender plant. Isaiah 53:1-2
Wed, Feb 03, 2021
Passage: Exodus 3
Duration: 40 mins 14 secs
We continue study of the Exodus Generation and Golden Calf Worship in Ex. 32-33. We are pressing through the Acts 27 Storm by embracing Ezekiel’s vision of the “open heavens.” The “Exodus Generation” awaits deliverance following the birth of Moses and his preparation spanning forty years in Egypt and forty years enduring the Midian Desert. Moses, though content to dwell in Midian, is challenged by the “Great I am” in the midst of a "Burning Bush."(Ex. 3) In preparation to behold the glory of Christ’s Second Advent we must “turn aside” to consider the glory of Christ’s First Advent beginning with His birth in Bethlehem and His silent years in Nazareth.
Sun, Jan 31, 2021
We continue to review the year of 2020 in “vision viewpoints” According to Heb. 1, God in “times past” began speaking “of His Son” thus filling up the “volume of the book.” At Christ’s conception and birth God began to speak “by His Son.” In this message we reviewed closing scenes in Bethlehem, the Magi’s quest, and Herod’s carnage of Bethlehem. We note that God forewarned the Magi and Joseph and Mary to escape to Egypt fulfilling Hosea 11:1. We began examining Joseph, Mary's return to Nazareth “a branch” where the Jesus will reside for “twenty eight” silent years. Eccl. 3:1-8 wonderfully furnishes insight into the “twenty eight” Messianic times set forth in exactly seven verses each containing four times.
Wed, Jan 27, 2021
Passage: Exodus 3
Duration: 39 mins 22 secs
We continue study of the Exodus Generation and Golden Calf Worship. Ex. 32-33. We are pressing through the Acts 27 Storm by embracing Ezekiel’s vision of the “open heavens.” The “Exodus Generation” awaits their deliverance after the birth of Moses followed by his forty years in the house of Pharaoh and another forty years of endurance in the Midian Desert. Moses, becomes content to dwell as a shepherd but is challenged by the Great I am” in the midst of a "Burning Bush."(Ex. 3) We are likewise being challenged to “turn aside” to consider the glory of Christ’s First Advent as preparation to behold His glory at His Second Advent.
Sun, Jan 24, 2021
We continue to review the year of 2020 in “vision viewpoints” According to Heb. 1, God in “times past” began speaking “of His Son” through the prophets in “divers ways,” and “manners” speaking expressly through Abraham and Israel for 2000 years. This filled up the “volume of the book” when God began to speak “by His Son.” We retraced the Magi’s quest through Jerusalem to Bethlehem followed by Herod’s insane carnage of Bethlehem. God warned Joseph and Mary to escape to Egypt fulfilling Hosea 1:1. We began examining their return to Nazareth where the Jesus will reside for the twenty eight silent years according to Luke 2.
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