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February 26, 2016 Friday
John 5:

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February 22, 2016 Monday

John 3:

Those that are brought forth in their being of the Spirit of God reveal a life that does things that is not able in motivation to be perceived because their motivation is influenced and directed beyond the natural reasons. 1-8

Christ expected that the spiritual leaders should know what being born of the Spirit of God meant. In other words, that there would be those from the time of Adam that would would experience radical conversion in their life from the way they once lived. This would mean that they received the Holy Spirit of God in a life so changed from their previous natural motivations to selfless motivations and deeds beyond the natural obviously under the leading of the Holy Spirit of God. If one receives what Christ illustrated in natural things in order to make it easier to be morally persuaded how much more harder if Christ explained those heavenly things without natural illustration. 9-13

February 23, 2016 Tuesday

John 5:

  1. The Pharisees were very religious in their own righteousness to the point that they were totally blind to the miracle that had been done on the lame man and did not search their hearts before God as to if it was righteous to do good on the sabbath day. 1-16
  2. God the Father and God the Son are in a perfect bond of love that makes them one in all they seek to do to glorify each other as Elohim. When we are open to hear the word of the Son and morally persuaded to entrust our life into God, the Father, we receive the everlasting life that is in the Father and in the Son so that we will never die. This happens because the genuine fear of God is a heart choice to enter into the right perception of who God is in the holiness of His love that requires judgment in order to be pure without corruption in order to be good and forever enlarge. In recognizing this goodness of God we recognize it would also contain God’s mercy that we can receive and do then receive. 17-15
  3. The Father has given the Son authority to judge the world because the Son is the Son of man which means the Son is the full genuine representation of how God created man to be which means he is humanity in perfection as anything less would not be the full expression of man. In other words, Christ is the full perfect expression (Son means expression) of man. Only the perfection of man in the flesh could be the judge of the whole world. 16-27


February 24, 2016 Wednesday

Galatians 4:

  1. One purpose of the law was for Israel as a nation and as individuals that were not spiritually mature was to restrict their ability to carry out sin so that they would not become cancerous and out of control to their total destruction. There has always been a remnant even in Israel that though being under government in submission to the law were not in bondage under the law. The basic principle of restriction that corners towards righteousness and protects from sin applies to all people and groups of people also today including those that are born of the Holy Spirit. 1-7
  2. Our choices result in consequence of reaping good or bad and the bad restricts us towards being born again of the Spirit and if born again towards greater conformity to the likeness of Jesus Christ. Our fellowship with God comes out of genuine heart recognition of the goodness of God in grace and mercy towards us that we came to realized we were unworthy of out of recognizing the integrity of God’s love in required judgment upon us. This is a reciprocal ongoing relationship of free willed response to the goodness of God that is not based upon performance but moral persuasion in the ultimate trustworthiness of God as ultimately good without corruption. 8-10


February 25, 2016 Thursday

Jeremiah 23:

God is angry with the spiritual shepherds of God’s people because they scattered the flock and drove them away rather than visiting them. They sought their own well being to the point of not only neglecting the sheep but speaking words that divided them from each other and caused them to flee from attending the gatherings of worship. After Israel as a nation is brought back from their captiivity because of false spiritual shepherds they come to recognize the LORD as their source of righteousness and have shepherds that truly feed and protect them and see to it that none of them are lacking 1-8

The land is full of those that have broken their covenant with their marriage partner by committing adultery. Because of this even the pleasant places of the wild have misdirected energy that causes drought and desolation. The prophets are the most guilty of this and are given dreams by the enemy that they think are of God and that they make the people think are of God when in fact they are the opposite. Their prophetic words and dreams they tell have no power and are like the chaff that the winds blows away compared to the wheat. God’s words that are uttered have force and power like fire and a hammer that breaks the rock in pieces. 9-32

Jer 23:28-31 (KJV)

(23:28) The prophet that hath a dream, let him tell a dream; and he that hath my word, let him speak my word faithfully. What [is] the chaff to the wheat? saith the LORD. (23:29) [Is] not my word like as a fire? saith the LORD; and like a hammer [that] breaketh the rock in pieces? (23:30) Therefore, behold, I [am] against the prophets, saith the LORD, that steal my words every one from his neighbour. (23:31) Behold, I [am] against the prophets, saith the LORD, that use their tongues, and say, He saith.

Def: Pastors

Jer 23:1-2 (KJV)

(23:1) Woe be unto the pastors that destroy and scatter the sheep of my pasture! saith the LORD. (23:2) Therefore thus saith the LORD God of Israel against the pastors that feed my people; Ye have scattered my flock, and driven them away, and have not visited them: behold, I will visit upon you the evil of your doings, saith the LORD.

H7462 רָעָה ra`ah (raw-aw’) v.

1. to tend a flock i.e. pasture it

2. (intransitively, literally or figuratively) to graze

3. (generally) to rule

4. (by extension) to associate with (as a friend)

Strong’s #7462: AHLB#1453-H (V)

1453) Or% (Or% RAh) ac: Feed co: Shepherd ab: Desire: The pictograph r is a picture of the head of a man, the o is a picture of they eye. Combined these mean “man watches”. The shepherd closely watched over his flock, often they are his only companions.

A) Or% (Or% RAh) ac: ? co: Friend ab: ?

Nm) Or% (Or% RAh) — Friend: A close companion. [df: eyr] [freq. 188] |kjv: neighbor, friend, another, fellow, companion, other, brother, husband, lover| {H7453}

Nf1) Eor% (Eor% R-AhH) — Friend: A female companion. [freq. 3] |kjv: companion, fellows| {H7464}

Nf3) Tfor% (Tfor% R-AhWT) — Friend: A female companion. [freq. 6] |kjv: neighbor, another, mate| {H7468}

af4) Tiorm% (Tiorm% MR-AhYT) — Pasture: [freq. 10] |kjv: pasture, flock| {H4830}

km) Orm% (Orm% M-RAh) — Friend: A close companion. [freq. 7] |kjv: companion, friend| {H4828}

Def: force
H1369 גְּבוּרָה gbuwrah (gheb-oo-raw’) n-f.

1. force (literally or figuratively)

2. (by implication) valor, victory

[feminine passive participle from the same as H1368]

KJV: force, mastery, might, mighty (act, power), power, strength.

Root(s): H1368

H1368 גִּבּוֹר גִּבּוֹר gibbowr (ghib-bore’) (or (shortened) gibbor {ghib-bore’}) adj.

1. powerful

2. (by implication) a warrior, tyrant

[intensive from the same as H1397]

KJV: champion, chief, X excel, giant, man, mighty (man, one), strong (man), valiant man.

Root(s): H1397

2052) Rbc% (Rbc% GBR) ac: Prevail co: Warrior ab: ?: One of great strength (warrior) or authority (master). [from: rb – great strength]

V) Rbc% (Rbc% G-BR) — Prevail: To be successful in strength or authority. [freq. 25] (vf: Paal, Hiphil, Hitpael, Piel) |kjv: prevail, strengthen, great, confirm, exceed, mighty, put, strong, valiant| {H1396}

Nm) Rbc% (Rbc% G-BR) — Warrior: One of great strength (warrior) or authority (master). [freq. 90] |kjv: man, mighty, every| {H1397, H1399, H1400}



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