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June 13, 2016 Monday
Mark 13:
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June 4, 2016 Saturday

Mark 13:

We are commanded to take heed in case we are deceived by any man because deception of false Christs shall increase greatly. 5-13

At the time the abomination is set up in the temple of Israel people are to immediately flee to the mountains because at that time there will be great affliction as has never existed on the earth. 14-23

After that time of great tribulation the sun shall be darkened and the moon and there will be powerful meter showers from heaven and stars from heaven will fall out of their positions. Then the Son of man will appear with great power and glory. 24-27

The generation that sees these signs begin to take place will not pass away until all is done that Jesus Christ mentioned of these signs and He returns. We are to watch and pray because we do not know the specific day or hour when the Son of man will return. We are to watch so that we are not found spiritually asleep. 28-37

Def: watch

G1127 γρηγορεύω gregoreuo (gray-gor-yoo’-o) v.

1. to keep awake, i.e. watch

{literally or figuratively}

[from G1453]

KJV: be vigilant, wake, (be) watch(-ful)

Root(s): G1453

G1453 ἐγείρω egeiro (eg-ei’-ro) v.

1. to waken

2. (literally) rouse from sleep, from sitting or lying, from disease, from death

3. (figuratively) rouse from obscurity, inactivity, ruins, nonexistence

June 6, 2016 Monday

Isaiah 57:
Fear is at the root of apostasy and rebellion against God and it is there because people chose to not fear God.
(Isa 57:11 [KJV]) And of whom hast thou been afraid or feared, that thou hast lied, and hast not remembered me, nor laid [it] to thy heart? have not I held my peace even of old, and thou fearest me not?

Those that put their trust in Elohim shall possess the land and inherit the holy government of God

(Isa 57:14 [KJV])

And shall say, Cast ye up, cast ye up, prepare the way, take up the stumblingblock out of the way of my people.

(Isa 57:14 [Darby]) And it shall be said, Cast up, cast up, prepare the way, take up the stumbling-blocks out of the way of my people.
(Isa 57:15 [KJV]) For thus saith the high and lofty One that inhabiteth eternity, whose name [is] Holy; I dwell in the high and holy [place], with him also [that is] of a contrite and humble spirit, to revive the spirit of the humble, and to revive the heart of the contrite ones.
(Isa 57:16 [KJV]) For I will not contend for ever, neither will I be always wroth: for the spirit should fail before me, and the souls [which] I have made.

God’s wrath could easily burn forever against those that have rebelled but He is mindful that the spirit of these should fail before if He contented forever.

Def: eternity

H5703 עַד `ad (ad) n-m.

1. (properly) a (peremptory) terminus

2. (by implication) duration, in the sense of advance or perpetuity (substantially as a noun, either with or without a preposition)

[from H5710]

KJV: eternity, ever(- lasting, -more), old, perpetually, + world without end.

Root(s): H5710

H5710 עָדָה `adah (aw-daw’) v.

1. to advance, i.e. pass on or continue

2. (causatively) to remove

3. (specifically) to bedeck (i.e. bring an ornament upon)

Strong’s #5703: AHLB#1349-A (N)

1349) Do% (Do% AhD) ac: Repeat co: ? ab: Witness: The pictograph o is a picture of the eye, the d is a picture of the door. Combined these mean “see the door”. As coming to a tent a tent of meeting and entering in. A place, time or event that is repeated again and again.

A) Do% (Do% AhD) ac: ? co: ? ab: Witness: An event or persons testimony recounting another event or person.

Nf) Do% (Do% AhD) — I. Witness: II. Again: A repetition of time either definite or indefinite. [Hebrew and Aramaic] III. Until: A determinate period of time. [freq. 269] |kjv: witness, ever, everlasting, end, evermore, old, perpetually, by, as, when, how, yet, till, until, unto, for, to, but, on, within, filthy| {H1157, H5703, H5704, H5705, H5707, H5708}

June 7, 2016 Tuesday

Jeremiah 27:

When a nation or body that claims to be God’s people hold the truth in unrighteousness and are corrupt the prophets that proclaim they will not experience severe judgments are false and sealing their deserved judgments from God. Those prophets that are of God will pronounce God’s judgment on such a people that will clearly be on the side of the nations that are their enemies that are seeking to destroy them. This is the case today with men of God like Henry Gruver and others.

2 Corinthians 12:
It is clear that the apostle Paul recognized that because God had given him such great revelations including being caught up into heaven that God had allowed an infirmity in His body from a messenger from Satan. This could have been epileptic attacks or some other infirmity with his eye sight. He asked God to take it from him but the LORD Himself told him that He was allowing it to keep him in the place of humility and weakness that He might be able to receive a greater measure of the grace of God. God’s powerful working that also confirmed Paul’s apostleship with signs, wonders and mighty deeds was all the more powerful through him.

June 8, 2016 Wednesday

Galatians 3:

Def: hearing

G189 ἀκοή akoe (ak-o-ay’) n.

1. hearing

{the act, the sense or the thing heard}

[from G191]

KJV: audience, ear, fame, which ye heard, hearing, preached, report, rumor

G191 ἀκούω akouo (ak-ou’-o) v.

1. to hear

{in various senses}

[a primary verb]

KJV: give (in the) audience (of), come (to the ears), (shall) hear(-er, -ken), be noised, be reported, understand



akin to A, No. 1, denotes (a) “the sense of hearing,” 1Co 12:17; 2Pe 2:8; a combination of verb and noun is used in phrases which have been termed Hebraic as they express somewhat literally an OT phraseology, e.g., “By hearing ye shall hear,” Mat 13:14; Act 28:26, RV, a mode of expression conveying emphasis; (b) “the organ of hearing,” Mar 7:35, “ears;” Luk 7:1, RV, “ears,” for AV, “audience;” Act 17:20; 2Ti 4:3-4; Heb 5:11, “dull of hearing,” lit., “dull as to ears;” (c) “a thing heard, a message or teaching,” Joh 12:38, “report;” Rom 10:16; 1Th 2:13, “the word of the message,” lit. “the word of hearing” (AV, “which ye heard”); Heb 4:2, “the word of hearing,” RV, for AV, “the word preached;” in a somewhat similar sense, “a rumor, report,” Mat 4:24; Mat 14:1; Mar 1:28, AV, “fame,” RV, “report;” Mat 24:6; Mar 13:7, “rumors (of wars);” (d) “the receiving of a message,” Rom 10:17, something more than the mere sense of “hearing” [see (a)]; so with the phrase “the hearing of faith,” Gal 3:2, Gal 3:5, which it seems better to understand so than under (c). See EAR, FAME, PREACH, REPORT, RUMOR.


the usual word denoting “to hear,” is used (a) intransitively, e.g., Mat 11:15; Mar 4:23; (b) transitively when the object is expressed, sometimes in the accusative case, sometimes in the genitive. Thus in Act 9:7, “hearing the voice,” the noun “voice” is in the partitive genitive case [i.e., hearing (something) of], whereas in Act 22:9, “they heard not the voice,” the construction is with the accusative. This removes the idea of any contradiction. The former indicates a “hearing” of the sound, the latter indicates the meaning or message of the voice (this they did not hear). “The former denotes the sensational perception, the latter (the accusative case) the thing perceived” (Cremer). In Joh 5:25, Joh 5:28, the genitive case is used, indicating a “sensational perception” that the Lord’s voice is sounding; in Joh 3:8, of “hearing” the wind, the accusative is used, stressing “the thing perceived.”

The hearing of faith is the catching of understanding, revelation and direction from God out of the exercised moral persuasion of selfless trust from ones soul in the one true God. This is in the ultimate trustworthiness and worthiness of the constitution of the being of God to hold ultimate forever enlarging authority and power over all towards the ultimate good. It is in this initial reciprocative response and ongoing reciprocation that we receive the Holy Spirit and ongoing reciprocation that we experience God’s working by the Holy Spirit in our midst in miracles, signs, healing and wonders.

The gospel was preached to Abraham (3:8) because the gospel contains the message of what can only be genuinely and ultimately trustworthy. This is only in God’s love being ultimately pure in integrity which is God’s holiness that requires judgment against all corruption. Out of this foundation in God’s being comes wholeness and thus everlasting ultimate goodness in God’s being able to always have been, be and to have become the only perfect atoning sacrifice. Therein is ultimate trustworthiness because of God being able to assure ultimate goodness and destiny by the power to forgive without violating His Holiness.
(Gal 3:8 [KJV])

And the scripture, foreseeing that God would justify the heathen through faith, preached before the gospel unto Abraham, [saying], In thee shall all nations be blessed.

(Gal 3:17 [KJV])

And this I say, [that] the covenant, that was confirmed before of God in Christ, the law, which was four hundred and thirty years after, cannot disannul, that it should make the promise of none effect.

June 11, 2016 Saturday

2nd Chronicles 13 and 14

When we know we are suffering great need and deliverance not because of sin or compromise but because of seeking first the Kingdom of God we can cry out to the LORD for deliverance and rest by faith that God will come through with deliverance and provision.

(2Chr 13:12 [KJV])

And, behold, God himself [is] with us for [our] captain, and his priests with sounding trumpets to cry alarm against you. O children of Israel, fight ye not against the LORD God of your fathers; for ye shall not prosper.

(2Chr 13:14 [KJV])

And when Judah looked back, behold, the battle [was] before and behind: and they cried unto the LORD, and the priests sounded with the trumpets.

(2Chr 13:15 [KJV])

Then the men of Judah gave a shout: and as the men of Judah shouted, it came to pass, that God smote Jeroboam and all Israel before Abijah and Judah.

(2Chr 13:16 [KJV])

And the children of Israel fled before Judah: and God delivered them into their hand.

(2Chr 13:17 [KJV])

And Abijah and his people slew them with a great slaughter: so there fell down slain of Israel five hundred thousand chosen men.

(2Chr 14:9 [KJV])

And there came out against them Zerah the Ethiopian with an host of a thousand thousand, and three hundred chariots; and came unto Mareshah.

(2Chr 14:10 [KJV])

Then Asa went out against him, and they set the battle in array in the valley of Zephathah at Mareshah.

(2Chr 14:11 [KJV])

And Asa cried unto the LORD his God, and said, LORD, [it is] nothing with thee to help, whether with many, or with them that have no power: help us, O LORD our God; for we rest on thee, and in thy name we go against this multitude. O LORD, thou [art] our God; let not man prevail against thee.

(2Chr 14:12 [KJV])

So the LORD smote the Ethiopians before Asa, and before Judah; and the Ethiopians fled.

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