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September 3, 2016 Saturday
Luke 13:
Introduction: 4:45
Message: 4:45 to 100:13
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August 27, 2016 Saturday
2nd Peter 2:

Prophets are also teachers and false prophets also will sneak in false teachings that will cause many to follow their deceptive ways and thereby cause those that call themselves Christians to be misrepresented and cause many to attribute Christians to what is evil. 1-2

Through covetousness and deceptive words they will make merchandise of believers. Their judgment is not idle but will come as sure as it did on the world before the flood. Those that are godly will have God’s power to deliver themselves out of temptation. 3-9

Those that despise authority and pursue the lust of the flesh in uncleaness and do not fear to speak injuriously of dignities will be reserved for the most severe judgment. These are actually among the Christians in their feasts and have a heart that is always seeking to commit adultery and to practice covetousness. They always seek material award for doing spiritual ministry.


August 28, 2016 Sunday
Proverbs 28: only time to read this passage before service.

August 29, 2016 Monday
August 30, 2016 Tuesday
Luke 5:

We may work long hours till late at night for a long time to receive provision for our material needs and receive nothing. This should never cause us to enter into unbelief of God’s provision. Rather we should be expectant for the time that God will speak and be ready to obey even when it is difficult so that we may receive material needs and blessings far greater than our expectation. In all of this concern may we be those whose heart is not set on making money but rather on reaching the multitudes for Jesus Christ. 1-11

Those that are desperate to receive wholeness from their paralysis in circumstances or in spiritual ruin will not let circumstances stop them from finding a way to get to the place where the LORD’s presence is with healing.

Jesus is the perfect expression of man and God. When He calls himself the son of man He is calling himself the perfect expression of man without sin because anything less could not be called the Son of man because Son means the full expression of man and sin would make this less than the full expression of man. It is because He has always had the quality of being in non broken oneness with the God, the Father, even while being tempted as we are without sin, to enter into becoming a perfect atoning sacrifice, that he had the power to forgive sins even before the cross. This is because it was a reality in the being of God to enter into becoming a perfect atoning sacrifice in the Father always beyond the time and space realm and always in the Son, the full only Expression of the Father in the time and space realm. (Luke 5:22 [KJV]) But when Jesus perceived their thoughts, he answering said unto them, What reason ye in your hearts? (Luke 5:23 [KJV]) Whether is easier, to say, Thy sins be forgiven thee; or to say, Rise up and walk? (Luke 5:24 [KJV]) But that ye may know that the Son of man hath power upon earth to forgive sins, (he said unto the sick of the palsy,) I say unto thee, Arise, and take up thy couch, and go into thine house.(Luke 5:25 [KJV]) And immediately he rose up before them, and took up that whereon he lay, and departed to his own house, glorifying God. 12-26


August 30, 2016 Wednesday
Luke 13:

  1. If we do not have the practice of true repentance in our lives our physical death before God’s time through some fate or tragedy is more likely. 1-5
  2. God waits for our lives to be fully fruitful to Him and even allows trials to bring us to that place of genuine repentance but if we continue without changing our life our physical life may end well before that days God had for us to live in this world and one may very well face everlasting torment in hell. 6-9
  3. Those that are unfruitful are also hypocrites that can be keen to make sure others fall in line with the mere outward performance of the word of God and do not reach out to set people free from their lost state of bondage and sickness. 10-17
  4. Those that bring forth the kingdom of God in fruitfulness do not seek to be known but rather hid so that God receives all the glory. The result is great fruitfulness so that the kingdom of God greatly increases. 18-22
  5. The life that has abundant acceptance into the kingdom of God in heaven strives to be pleasing to God and thus to be pure from the loves of the world. 23-30
  6. A life that is repentant, fruitful and pleasing to God has made itself always ready to receive God’s special time of visitation. 31-35Def: repent

    G3340 μετανοέω metanoeo (met-an-o-eh’-o) v.

    1. to think differently or afterwards, i.e. reconsider (morally, feel compunction)

    [from G3326 and G3539]

    G3326 μετά meta (met-ah’) prep.

    1. (properly) denoting accompaniment

    2. “amid” (local or causal)

    {Often used adverbially; modified variously according to the case (genitive association, or accusative succession) with which it is joined; occupying an intermediate position between G575 or G1537 and G1519 or G4314; less intimate than G1722 and less close than G4862)}

    [a primary preposition]


    lit., “to perceive afterwards” (meta, “after,” implying “change,” noeo, “to perceive;” nous, “the mind, the seat of moral reflection”), in contrast to pronoeo, “to perceive beforehand,” hence signifies “to change one’s mind or purpose,” always, in the NT, involving a change for the better, an amendment, and always, except in Luk 17:3-4, of “repentance” from sin. The word is found in the Synoptic Gospels (in Luke, nine times), in Acts five times, in the Apocalypse twelve times, eight in the messages to the churches, Rev 2:5 (twice), Rev 2:16, Rev 2:21 (twice), RV, “she willeth not to repent” (2nd part); Rev 3:3, Rev 3:19 (the only churches in those chapters which contain no exhortation in this respect are those at Smyrna and Philadelphia); elsewhere only in 2Co 12:21. See also the general Note below.


    meta, as in No. 1, and melo, “to care for,” is used in the Passive Voice with the Middle Voice sense, signifying “to regret, to repent oneself,” Mat 21:29, RV, “repented himself;” Mat 21:32, RV, “ye did (not) repent yourselves” (AV, “ye repented not”); Mat 27:3, “repented himself” 2Co 7:8 (twice), RV, “regret” in each case; Heb 7:21, where alone in the NT it is said (negatively) of God.

    H5162 נָחַם nacham (naw-kham’) v.

    1. (properly) to sigh, i.e. breathe strongly

    2. (by implication) to be sorry

    3. (hence, in a favorable sense) to pity, console

    4. (reflexively) to rue

    5. (hence, unfavorably) to avenge (oneself)

    Strong’s #5162: AHLB#2392 (V)

    2392) Mhn% (Mhn% NHhM) ac: ? co: ? ab: Comfort: [from: hn – rest]

    V) Mhn% (Mhn% N-HhM) — I. Comfort: To give comfort in time of difficulty or sorrow. II. Regret: To have sorrow for an action. [freq. 108] (vf: Niphal, Hitpael, Pual, Piel) |kjv: comfort, repent, comforter, ease| {H5162}

    Nm) Mhn% (Mhn% N-HhM) — Sorrow: [ms: Mxn] [freq. 1] |kjv: repentance| {H5164}

    Nf1) Emhn% (Emhn% NHh-MH) — Comfort: [freq. 2] |kjv: comfort| {H5165}

    edm) Mfhin% (Mfhin% NY-HhWM) — Comfort: [ms: Mxn Mwxn] [freq. 3] |kjv: comfort, comfortable, repenting| {H5150}

    idm/f) Mfhnt% (Mfhnt% TN-HhWM) — Comfort: [ms: Mxnt] [freq. 1] |kjv: comfort| {H8575}

    idf1) Emfhnt% (Emfhnt% TN-HhW-MH) — Comfort: [freq. 4] |kjv: consolation, comfort| {H8575}


September 1, 2016 Thursday
Proverbs 1:

To seek to understand and rightly interpret the verses of proverbs brings one into wisdom, the increase of being able to learn, and the ability to be a wise counselor. 1-6

Def: subtilty
(Prov 1:4 [KJV]) To give subtilty to the simple, to the young man knowledge and discretion.

H6195 עָרמָה `ormah (or-maw’) n-f.

1. trickery

2. or (in a good sense) discretion

[feminine of H6193]

H6193 עוֹרֶם `orem (o’-rem) n-m.

1. a stratagem

[from H6191]

KJV: craftiness.

Root(s): H6191

Def: simple

H6612 פְּתִי פֶּתִי פְּתָאִי pthiy (peth-ee’) (or pethiy {peh’-thee} or pthaeiy {peth-aw-ee’};) adj.

1. silly (i.e. seducible)

[from H6601]

KJV: foolish, simple(-icity, one).

Root(s): H6601

Strong’s #6612: AHLB#1390-H (f)

1390) Tp% (Tp% PT) ac: Perforate co: Hole ab: Simple: The pictograph p is a picture of an open mouth or hole, the t is a post for hanging the standard. Combined these mean “hole for a post”. A hole made for inserting something. The act of intercourse.

When we chose to fear God we enter into wisdom which is knowledge that is rightly applied to the greatest profit. The fear of God is the choice of the heart to recognize God as the only ultimate source of consistent consequence that is pure and right against all corruption and also the anti-thesis to all corruption in His being of holiness. 7-9

The root of evil is covetousness which calls in the opposite direction of wisdom towards one’s everlasting torment and destruction. 10-19

Wisdom which is another name for God cries out to warn people of the consequences of their openness to corruption and evil. Those that respond will receive of the Holy Spirit of God and have the words of God made known unto them. 20-33



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