Exploits Against the Impossible with God


Febuary 13, 2017  Monday
2 Samuel 23:

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February 1, 2017 Wednesday
Isaiah 33:

The anti-Christ and his armies will be spoiled when they cease to spoil and make an end to dealing treacherously. The LORD will be gracious to them in this time of trouble that wait upon Him. Then the LORD will lift Himself up and the nations will be scattered and the spoil gathered. The LORD will at that time fill the gathering of His people in assemblies around Him with judgment and righteousness. The consuming fire of God’s presence will be in these gatherings around Jesus Christ so that those that are hiding their sin and are hypocrites will be exposed and not able to dwell in the assembly without being consumed like the wicked. The breath of the wicked will become as fire that will devour them and they will burn as thorns are cut up and burn. Those that will dwell in the gatherings of local assembly around Christ will be those that walk in righteousness and speak uprightly and who hate oppressive gain and will hate and have nothing to do with bribes. They are those that do not like to hear about blood and violence and shut their eyes from seeing evil. These shall dwell in the high places in the Holy Spirit with the LORD and shall have abundant defence and supply. They shall see the LORD in His beauty and into the future of the coming new Jerusalem that comes down from heaven.

February 11, 2017 Saturday
2nd Samuel 23:

God calls us to rule and that is in God’s authority which is found only in abiding in God which is by the fear of God. Such will shine with the light and glory of God like the light of the Sun shining on the wet grass after it has rained. The wicked are so wicked that one cannot even talk or negotiate with them because they are violent so that one has to be fully armed to even come near them. 1-7

When we walk in this authority we are imbued with the Holy Spirit of God to come against completely overwhelming force that would result in our certain death and yet we conquer the enemy that is far greater in natural might and numbers than us as we offer our life even to death for God. 8-38

Those that walk in this authority do not allow people to sacrificially give of their life to honor us because of God’s evident delivering power in us but rather take what they would give to us and sacrifice it to God even at the cost of it hurting them and possibly losing their allegiance. 14-17

The Triumph of Faith For These Last Days


October 26, 2016 Wenesday
Philippians 3:

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October 18, 2016 Tuesday

John 8:

What corners us to the mercy of God is the conscience in the heart in light of the Holiness of God such as revealed in the law that requires the consequences of our guilt as condemned before God. 1-11

Jesus plainly declares that His being is the source of light and truth and that it comes out of the life of God. 12-20

Jesus only did those things that He knew were of the Father and pleased the Father and never did things of Himself. 21-30

It is our continuance in the word of God that makes us the disciples of God that know the truth that liberates us from slavery to sin. 31-37

It is where ones heart is in motives of lust that causes us to not be able to hear the word of God nor to understand it. 38-45


October 19, 2016 Wednesday

Philippians 3:

We are to beware or on guard against those who like dogs bark at things that are minor to cause division and also those that mutilate others in their soul with the word of God as well as those that work evil. In contrast to such people we are those that have been circumcised in our heart through receiving the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ and worship God in the Holy Spirit with rejoicing and no confidence in our own sufficiences. 1-3

Confidence even in the righteousness we have lived out in our past must be counted as loss and all things are counted as loss in order to gain the excellency of knowing Jesus Christ. In fact we should count all of this as dung or meaningless waste. 4-8

We seek to be found in Jesus Christ without any of our own self righteousness. 9

Overcoming The Imprisonment of the Soul


Saturday, September 17, 2016
Psalms 142:

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September 17, 2016 Saturday
Psalms 142:

God knows the lasting and real essence of our being when trials bring us to the place where we are overwhelmed in our spirit. When we go through trials where we are brought very low and there is no relief or solution in our soul we may feel like we are in a prison. In these times we need to cry with our voice in prayer with supplication to God and make known our troubles to God. We need to cry out to the LORD and declare that the LORD is our refuge and our portion in this world also. We need to ask the LORD to bring the state of our soul in imprisonment through trial out of this state so that we can praise the name of the LORD. We need to declare that the righteous will surround us and that the LORD will deal bountifully with us.


The Essence Test of Overcoming Consummate Faith


August 25, 2016 Thursday
Luke 18:

Introduction: 0-7.50 minutes
Message 7.50 to 1.08.36 ( 1 01.26 )

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August 15, 2016 Monday
Genesis 28:

Def: Luz: perverse

H3870 לוּז Luwz (looz) n/l.

1. Luz, the name of two places in Israel

[probably from H3869 (as growing there)]

KJV: Luz.

Root(s): H3869

H3869 לוּז luwz (looz) n-m.

1. some kind of nut-tree, perhaps the almond

[probably of foreign origin]

KJV: hazel.

Strong’s #3869: AHLB#1260-J (N)

1260) Zl% (Zl% LZ) ac: ? co: ? ab: Perverse: The pictograph l is a picture of a shepherd staff representing authority, the z is a picture of a cutting implement. Combined these mean “authority cut”. A turning away from truth.

A) Zl% (Zl% LZ) ac: ? co: ? ab: Perverse

Nf3) Tfzl% (Tfzl% L-ZWT) — Perverse: [freq. 1] |kjv: perverse| {H3891}

Def: Bethel: House of God

H1008 בֵּיתּ ־ אֵל Beyth-‘El (bayth-ale’) n/l.

1. house of God

2. Beth-El, a place in Israel

[from H1004 and H410]

KJV: Beth-el.

Root(s): H1004, H410

H1004 בַּיִת bayith (bah’-yith) n-m.

1. a house (in the greatest variation of applications, especially family, etc.)

[probably from H1129 abbreviated]

Jacob showed respect and devotion towards his parents and toward the LORD that they worshiped and knew. He went out expecting not to return for a long time and for the LORD to provide for his needs not knowing what God would do to provide for basic needs. God visited him in his time of decision and vulnerability. The place that was the place of deception (Luz) became the place of truth for an open heaven. It happened when oil was poured on the stone representing reality and truth. This became the meeting place between God in heaven and the touch down of God’s presence on earth for the beginning of the Kingdom of God on earth. May we learn to lay down in restful trust in the midst of uncertainty on the bedrock of the being of God which is the source of reality and truth until we receive His visitation and commissioning.

August 16, 2016 Tuesday
Daniel 6:

When people with self seeking motives devise against the godly that live a blameless life with the intent to ruin and even destroy them God will prevail with His supernatural power and miracles to deliver them. When it looks like we are finished let us believe in our God to deliver us like Daniel and defy the laws of the unrighteous regardless of the consequences.

August 17, 2016 Wednesday
Daniel 9:

We are to take on the burden of God’s people who have fallen away from knowing God by intercession with fasting and prayer.



August 18, 2016 Thursday
Ephesians 3:

An Apostle such as Paul the Apostle has a passion, strong zeal and desire that moves them to make known to all people the unsearchable riches that come out of Jesus Christ and to make them actually see before their eyes this amazing and ultimate everlasting fellowship of love with God and one another in complete oneness that is constantly being experienced and enlarging. 1-9

This zeal to make known the gospel also includes God’s ultimate purpose in ultimate everlasting and ever enlarging good in God’s corporate bride in full perfection, purity and maturity which will reveal the full multiplying wisdom of God to all principalities and powers so that they find repulsion in view of this to rebel against God. 10-13

This is also the foremost underlying reason why we and the Apostle Paul are strongly moved to pray for the local assemblies we know and are involved in. What is important in this regards is first that we are strengthened by the Spirit of God the Father in the inner man in order that Christ may dwell in our hearts by faith so that we can be rooted and grounded in the love of God. Then there will be a unity to comprehend the fullness of God’s love with each member in the local assembly. The result is that we will be filled with the fullness of God and see amazing greater works and answers to our prayers that will bring glory to Jesus Christ in the Local assemblies around the world. 14-21


August 20, 2016 Saturday
Isaiah 3:
Because people called by the name of the LORD justify sin in their lives and have lost the fear of God and thus become proud God allows His judgments to fall upon them. There is no respect for honourable leaders and examples and those that are leaders babes that are immature and not able to lead. God hates pride and brings severe judgment on such in every way that their pride is manifest. God will particularly and Severely judged the leaders of his people allow these things to take place all taken advantage to unjustly take money from others including poor.

Exodus 23:
This reveals the righteousness that should be in a nation and should have been in Israel as mentioned in Isaiah 3.


August 22, 2016 Monday
Exodus 15:
(Exod 15:2 [KJV])
The LORD [is] my strength and song, and he is become my salvation: he [is] my God, and I will prepare him an habitation; my father’s God, and I will exalt him.

(Exod 15:25 [KJV])
And he cried unto the LORD; and the LORD shewed him a tree, [which] when he had cast into the waters, the waters were made sweet: there he made for them a statute and an ordinance, and there he proved them,

(Exod 15:26 [KJV])
And said, If thou wilt diligently hearken to the voice of the LORD thy God, and wilt do that which is right in his sight, and wilt give ear to his commandments, and keep all his statutes, I will put none of these diseases upon thee, which I have brought upon the Egyptians: for I [am] the LORD that healeth thee.

Going into the Red Sea to cross it is a type of going into baptism with Jesus Christ. Conversion often comes when there is no where to turn for deliverance. Then we look to Jesus Christ because he points with his rod to a way beyond this world that defies everything within this natural realm. We must be able to trust him to take us through the impossible including death itself and enter into to being covered from this world with him. We will then cross over into his kingdom and not only experience deliverance but great victory over our enemies with their destruction.


August 23, 2016 Tuesday
Luke 18:

  1. Those that have genuine faith in God out of desperation and cry before God that does not give up and endures until there is deliverance and just judgment upon evil. Jesus Christ asks if there will be such faith upon the unit when he returns. 1-8
  2. The evidence of such genuine faith is that it is void of self righteous pride and has a true cry from the heart out of humility in the awareness of the undeserved greatness and goodness of God to one’s self. 9-14
  3. Genuine faith is humble, honest, real and open to receive like a little child. 15-17
  4. Genuine faith does not allow attachment and entanglement with the things of this world in the making of money and wealth to interfere with ones relationship with God and of seeking first the kingdom of God. This often means sacrificing a better job and giving our wealth to the work of the Kingdom of God 18-30
  5. We may at first in our walk be blind to fully realizing the truth of giving our whole life to Jesus Christ and when the time comes it may be a big shock that we did not expect in its outworking in our lives. 31-34
  6. Genuine faith has a cry from the heart that will not be stifled nor put to silence to please our friends or people but continues to cry out regardless of the cost until there is deliverance. 35-43


August 24, 2016 Wednesday
Psalms 115:

Def: truth: (Ps 115:1 [KJV])

Not unto us, O LORD, not unto us, but unto thy name give glory, for thy mercy, [and] for thy truth’s sake.
H571 אֶמֶת ’emeth (eh’-meth) adv.

1. stability

2. (figuratively) certainty, truth, trustworthiness

[contracted from H539]

KJV: assured(-ly), establishment, faithful, right, sure, true (-ly, -th), verity.

Root(s): H539

H539 אָמַן ‘aman (aw-man’) v.

1. (properly) to build up or support

2. to foster as a parent or nurse

3. figuratively to render (or be) firm or faithful, to trust or believe, to be permanent or quiet

4. morally to be true or certain

5. once (Isa. 30

6. interchangeable with H0541) to go to the right hand

[a primitive root]

KJV: hence, assurance, believe, bring up, establish, + fail, be faithful (of long continuance, stedfast, sure, surely, trusty, verified), nurse, (-ing father), (put), trust, turn to the right.

See also: H541

Strong’s #571: AHLB#1290-C (N2)

1290) Nm% (Nm% MN) ac: Firm co: Kind ab: Sure: The pictograph m is a picture of water or other liquid such as blood, the n is a picture of a seed representing continuance. Combined these mean “blood continues”. Each species (kind) continues by passing its blood to the following generation, which comes from the parent. Also the idea of strength through the blood. (eng: man; name – a reversal of the letters; animal; omen)

  1. Nma% (Nma% AMN) ac: Firm co: Pillar ab: ?: Something that grabs hold or supports something else. The passing of strength or skill to the next generation. A large group of the same kind are stronger than one.

We give glory to Who God in reality is to us which is His name. His name is the only perfect everlasting and ever enlarging quality of being and thereby goodness. This is in that His being (Name) who is love is ultimately trustworthy because His love has absolute pure integrity to execute judgment on all in the slightest that is contrary to His love. This is only what can be truth as only His being with this quality can destroy all that is corrupt and destructive and thus contain unlimited life and power in everlasting goodness. This is the holiness of God and source of all truth which is the foundation from which His love springs forth to be ultimate in its perfection in the power to provide mercy and forgiveness without violating the holiness of His love. This is because in God’s being is also perfection that is ultimate by the quality of love to in reality be a perfect atoning sacrifice Himself for our sin as happened in this time and space realm and was a reality in God before the world was created and beyond time and space.

The Faith Reality Factor


May 26, 2016
Luke 7:

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May 5, 2016 Thursday
Luke 7:

Def: Nain: afflicted, beautiful

The centurion had the genuine fear of God that births great humility out of recognizing the goodness and mercy of God through waiting on God that births great faith and intimacy with God. This kind of humility and reverence is the womb in which grows very great genuine faith which is moral persuasion that is lived out in and into who God is. 1-10

When God allows godly people to enter a time of great bareness where it seems they have lost everything that is dear and all security in this world it is then that if they stand still in faith out of that affliction God will bring great resurrection and restoration. 11-18

Wisdom which is the discretion to apply knowledge aright comes out of the genuine fear of God which is the choice to enter into the right recognition and reciprocation of the constitution of the ultimate quality of who is God. Those that are self-righteous totally lack wisdom because their pride has not been broken because of not entering into this choice in recognition and reciprocation of the ultimate perfection of love in its integrity in required judgment and transcendence therefrom in mercy and grace to one personally. This breaks self righteousness and pride. This brings faith that can response aright in choices to use knowledge because of a solid unmovable foundation of consequence that can only be in recognizing aright the constitution of Who God is as that foundation. 19-35

Wisdom looks at the heart motive and intent and dose not judge according to outward appearance. 36-50

May 21, 2016 Saturday
Joel 2:

God will send an army to devour and destroy all the well being and wealth of those that claim to be the people of God when they refuse to repent with fasting and mourning. This is prevented when God’s people heed the cry to repentance with fasting.

Joel 2:12-17 (KJV)

(2:12) Therefore also now, saith the LORD, turn ye [even] to me with all your heart, and with fasting, and with weeping, and with mourning: (2:13) And rend your heart, and not your garments, and turn unto the LORD your God: for he [is] gracious and merciful, slow to anger, and of great kindness, and repenteth him of the evil. (2:14) Who knoweth [if] he will return and repent, and leave a blessing behind him; [even] a meat offering and a drink offering unto the LORD your God? (2:15) Blow the trumpet in Zion, sanctify a fast, call a solemn assembly: (2:16) Gather the people, sanctify the congregation, assemble the elders, gather the children, and those that suck the breasts: let the bridegroom go forth of his chamber, and the bride out of her closet. (2:17) Let the priests, the ministers of the LORD, weep between the porch and the altar, and let them say, Spare thy people, O LORD, and give not thine heritage to reproach, that the heathen should rule over them: wherefore should they say among the people, Where [is] their God?

May 23, 2016 Monday
2nd Chronicles 17:
Mark 15:

When we enter a time of prosperity as Jehoshaphat let us remember that God humbled Himself beyond our comprehension by being crucified for our sins so that we might have everlasting prosperity. Focusing on this keeps us from becoming proud when God prospers us for His glory in this world.

May 24, 2016 Tuesday
John 6:

It is the entering the genuine fear of God that leads us into the right knowing of God as our Father and in that knowledge is great respect for the holiness of God out which springs forth the knowledge of God’s goodness which comes out of knowing the holiness of God that will not tolerate the slightest corruption against meaningful everlasting and enlarging fulfillment of life. From this springs the awareness of the greatness of God’s mercy to us which could only be in God becoming a perfect atoning sacrifice. In that heart knowledge is the revelation of God as the Son of God and the reciprocation in fellowship of partaking of His flesh and His blood as the only and ultimate atoning sacrifice.

John 6:57-58 (KJV)

(6:57) As the living Father hath sent me, and I live by the Father: so he that eateth me, even he shall live by me. (6:58) This is that bread which came down from heaven: not as your fathers did eat manna, and are dead: he that eateth of this bread shall live for ever.

John 6:43-47 (KJV)

(6:43) Jesus therefore answered and said unto them, Murmur not among yourselves. (6:44) No man can come to me, except the Father which hath sent me draw him: and I will raise him up at the last day. (6:45) It is written in the prophets, And they shall be all taught of God. Every man therefore that hath heard, and hath learned of the Father, cometh unto me. (6:46) Not that any man hath seen the Father, save he which is of God, he hath seen the Father. (6:47) Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that believeth on me hath everlasting life.

John 6:47 (KJV)

(6:47) Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that believeth on me hath everlasting life.

Def: Believeth

G4100 πιστεύω pisteuo (pist-yoo’-o) v.

1. to have faith (in, upon, or with respect to, a person or thing), i.e. credit

2. (by implication) to entrust (especially one’s spiritual well-being to Christ)

[from G4102]

G4102 πίστις pistis (pis’-tis) n.

1. persuasion, i.e. credence

2. (morally) conviction (of religious truth, or the truthfulness of God or a religious teacher)

3. (especially) reliance upon Christ for salvation

4. (abstractly) constancy in such profession

5. (by extension) the system of religious (Gospel) truth itself

G3982 πείθω peitho (pei’-tho) v.

1. to convince (by argument, true or false)

2. (by analogy) to pacify or conciliate (by other fair means)

3. (reflexively or passively) to assent (to evidence or authority), to rely (by inward certainty)

NT Vines


“to believe,” also “to be persuaded of,” and hence, “to place confidence in, to trust,” signifies, in this sense of the word, reliance upon, not mere credence. It is most frequent in the writings of the Apostle John, especially the Gospel. He does not use the noun (see below). For the Lord’s first use of the verb, see Joh 1:50. Of the writers of the Gospels, Matthew uses the verb ten times, Mark ten, Luke nine, John ninety-nine. In Act 5:14 the present participle of the verb is translated “believers.” See COMMIT, INTRUST, TRUST.


“to persuade,” in the Middle and Passive Voices signifies “to suffer oneself to be persuaded,” e.g., Luk 16:31; Heb 13:18; it is sometimes translated “believe” in the RV, but not in Act 17:4, RV, “were persuaded,” and Act 27:11, “gave (more) heed;” in Act 28:24, “believed.” See AGREE, ASSURE, OBEY, PERSUADE, TRUST, YIELD.


“faith,” is translated “belief” in Rom 10:17; 2Th 2:13. Its chief significance is a conviction respecting God and His Word and the believer’s relationship to Him. See ASSURANCE, FAITH, FIDELITY.

Note: In 1Co 9:5 the word translated “believer” (RV), is adelphe, “a sister,” so 1Co 7:15; Rom 16:1; Jam 2:15, used, in the spiritual sense, of one connected by the tie of the Christian faith.


(a) in the Active sense means “believing, trusting;” (b) in the Passive sense, “trusty, faithful, trustworthy.” It is translated “believer” in 2Co 6:15; “them that believe” in 1Ti 4:12, RV (AV, “believers”); in 1Ti 5:16, “if any woman that believeth,” lit., “if any believing woman.” So in 1Ti 6:2, “believing masters.” In 1Pe 1:21 the RV, following the most authentic mss., gives the noun form, “are believers in God” (AV, “do believe in God”). In Joh 20:27 it is translated “believing.” It is best understood with significance (a), above, e.g., in Gal 3:9; Act 16:1; 2Co 6:15; Tit 1:6; it has significance (b), e.g., in 1Th 5:24; 2Th 3:3 (see Notes on Thess. p. 211, and Gal. p. 126, by Hogg and Vine). See FAITHFUL, SURE.

Notes: (1) The corresponding negative verb is apisteo, 2Ti 2:13, AV, “believe not” RV, “are faithless,” in contrast to the statement “He abideth faithful.”

May 25, 2016 Wednesday

Psalms 40:

Def: waited
Ps 40:1 (KJV)

(40:1) To the chief Musician, A Psalm of David. I waited patiently for the LORD; and he inclined unto me, and heard my cry.

H6960 קָוָה qavah (kaw-vaw’) v.

1. to bind together (perhaps by twisting), i.e. collect

2. (figuratively) to expect

Strong’s #6960: AHLB#1419-J (V)

1419) Eq% (Eq% QH) ac: Collect co: Cord ab: ?: Related to fq.

H) Eeq% (Eeq% QHH) ac: Dull co: ? ab: ?: [Unknown connection to root;]

V) Eeq% (Eeq% Q-HH) — Dull: A dull blade or dull teeth as bad. [freq. 4] (vf: Paal, Piel) |kjv: edge, blunt| {H6949}

J) Efq% (Efq% QWH) ac: Collect co: Cord ab: ?

V) Efq% (Efq% QWH) — I. Gather: To be bound together. II. Wait: To be held back by being bound. [freq. 49] (vf: Paal, Niphal, Piel, Participle) |kjv: wait, look, gather| {H6960}

Nm) Efq% (Efq% QWH) — Cord: Used for binding. [freq. 3] |kjv: line| {H6961}

hm) Efqm% (Efqm% MQ-WH) — I. Collection: A collection of water (a pool, pond or sea) or horses (herd). II. Waiting: Held back waiting for something. [freq. 12] |kjv: yarn, hope, gathering, pool, plenty, abiding| {H4723}

hf1) Efqm% (Efqm% MQ-WH) — Ditch: A place for collecting water. [freq. 1] |kjv: ditch| {H4724}

L) Eqi% (Eqi% YQH) ac: Collect co: ? ab: ?

Nf1) Eeqi% (Eeqi% YQ-HH) — Collection: [freq. 2] |kjv: gathering, obey| {H3349}


The Overcoming Power of Genuine Faith


May 19, 2016 Thursday
Luke 7:

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May 5, 2016 Thursday

Luke 7:

Def: Nain: afflicted, beautiful

The centurion had the genuine fear of God that births great humility out of recognizing the goodness and mercy of God through waiting on God that births great faith and intimacy with God. This kind of humility and reverence is the womb in which grows very great genuine faith which is moral persuasion that is lived out in and into who God is. 1-10

When God allows godly people to enter a time of great bareness where it seems they have lost everything that is dear and all security in this world it is then that if they stand still in faith out of that affliction God will bring great resurrection and restoration. 11-18

Wisdom which is the discretion to apply knowledge aright comes out of the genuine fear of God which is the choice to enter into the right recognition and reciprocation of the constitution of the ultimate quality who is God. Those that are self-righteous totally lack wisdom because their pride has not been broken because of not entering into this choice in recognition and reciprocation of the ultimate perfection of love in its integrity in required judgment and transcendence therefrom in mercy and grace to one personally. This breaks self righteousness and pride. This brings faith that can response aright in choices to use knowledge because of a solid unmovable foundation of consequence that can only be in recognizing aright the constitution of Who God is as that foundation. 19-35

Wisdom looks at the heart motive and intent and dose not judge according to outward appearance. 36-50

May 7, 2016 Saturday

Psalms 22:

The Holy Spirit is saying that Jesus Christ had complete trust in the Father while He experienced the judgment of God for our sins on the cross.

Def: trusted and hope (same word)
Ps 22:4 (KJV) (22:4) Our fathers trusted in thee: they trusted, and thou didst deliver them.

Def: hope

Ps 22:9 (KJV)

(22:9) But thou [art] he that took me out of the womb: thou didst make me hope [when I was] upon my mother’s breasts.

H982 בָּטַח batach (baw-takh’) v.

1. (properly) to hie (to hasten, to speed) for refuge (but not so precipitately as H2620)

2. (figuratively) to trust, be confident or sure

[a primitive root]

KJV: be bold (confident, secure, sure), careless (one, woman), put confidence, (make to) hope, (put, make to) trust.

See also: H2620

H2620 חָסָה chacah (khaw-saw’) v.

1. to flee for protection

2. (figuratively) to confide in

[a primitive root]

KJV: have hope, make refuge, (put) trust.

Compare: H982

Strong’s #982: AHLB#2013 (V)

2013) Hub% (Hub% BThHh) ac: Cling co: ? ab: Security: A holding onto something or someone by clinging or confiding.

V) Hub% (Hub% B-ThHh) — Cling: [freq. 120] (vf: Paal, Hiphil) |kjv: trust, confidence, secure| {H982}

Nm) Hub% (Hub% B-ThHh) — Security: A state or place of safety. [freq. 42] |kjv: safely, safety, careless, safe, secure, assurance| {H983}

df1) Ehfub% (Ehfub% B-ThW-HhH) — Secure: A state or place of safety. [ms: hxtb] [freq. 1] |kjv: secure| {H987}

ef1) Ehuib% (Ehuib% BYTh-HhH) — Trust: A clinging onto someone or something for support or security. [ms: hxjb] [freq. 1] |kjv: confidence| {H985}

hm) Hubm% (Hubm% MB-ThHh) — Confidence: Clinging onto someone or something else for support or safety. [freq. 15] |kjv: confidence, trust, sure, hope| {H4009}

ejm) Nfhuib% (Nfhuib% BY-Th-HhWN) — Hope: A trust in a future outcome. [ms: Nwxjb] [freq. 3] |kjv: confidence, hope| {H986}

nbm) Hiuba% (Hiuba% AB-ThYHh) — Melon: A fruit that clings to the vine. [freq. 1] |kjv: melon| {H20}

Def: trusted

Ps 22:8 (KJV)

(22:8) He trusted on the LORD [that] he would deliver him: let him deliver him, seeing he delighted in him.

H1556 גָּלַל galal (gaw-lal’) v.

1. to roll (literally or figuratively)

[a primitive root]

KJV: commit, remove, roll (away, down, together), run down, seek occasion, trust, wallow.

Strong’s #1556: AHLB#1058-B (V)

1058) Lc% (Lc% GL) ac: Roll co: Round ab: ?: Something that is round or a second time around of a time or event. A dancing in a circle. (eng: skull – an added s and an exchange of the k and g, Greek golgotha)

A) Lc% (Lc% GL) ac: ? co: Round ab: ?

Nm) Lc% (Lc% GL) — Mound: A mound or pile of something such as rocks or a spring out of the ground. [freq. 36] |kjv: heap, wave, spring, billow, bowl| {H1530, H1531}

Nf1) Elc% (Elc% G-LH) — Mound: A mound or pile of something such as a spring out of the ground or other rounded object. [freq. 14] |kjv: spring, bowl, pommel| {H1543}

lm) Lclc% (Lclc% GL-GL) — Wheel: The wheel of a cart or a whirlwind. [Hebrew and Aramaic] [freq. 13] |kjv: wheel, heaven, rolling thing, whirlwind| {H1534, H1535, H1536}

lf2) Tlclc% (Tlclc% GL-G-LT) — Skull: The roundness of the head or skull. Also a census by the counting of heads. [freq. 12] |kjv: poll, skull, every, head| {H1538}

May 9, 2016 Monday

Def: seer:
H7200 רָאָה ra’ah (raw-aw’) v.

1. to see, literally or figuratively (in numerous applications, direct and implied, transitive, intransitive and causative)

Strong’s #7200: AHLB#1438-H (V)

1438) Ar% (Ar% RA) ac: See co: ? ab: Appearance: The ability to see, perceive or have a vision.

A) Ar% (Ar% RA) ac: See co: ? ab: ?

Nf1) Ear% (Ear% R-AH) — Raah: An unknown bird of prey with a keen sense of sight. [freq. 1] |kjv: glede| {H7201}

Nf4) Tiar% (Tiar% R-AYT) — See: [freq. 1] |kjv: beholding| {H7212}

af1) Earm% (Earm% MR-AH) — Vision: [freq. 12] |kjv: vision, lookingglass| {H4759}

fm) Iar% (Iar% R-AY) — Mirror: A looking glass. [freq. 1] |kjv: looking glass| {H7209}

Def: prophet

H2374 חוֹזֶה chozeh (kho-zeh’) n-m.

1. a beholder in vision

2. also a compact (as looked upon with approval)

[active participle of H2372]

KJV: agreement, prophet, see that, seer, (star-)gazer.

Root(s): H2372

Strong’s #2374: AHLB#1168-H (g)

1168) Zh% (Zh% HhZ) ac: See co: ? ab: Perceive: The ability to see beyond what is seen in the physical present as a light piercing through the darkness. (eng: haze; gaze – an exchange for the h and g)

A) Zh% (Zh% HhZ) ac: ? co: Vision ab: ?: A perception beyond the normal experiences.

Nf) Zh% (Zh% HhZ) — Vision: [Hebrew and Aramaic] [freq. 3] |kjv: vision| {H2378, H2379}

Nf3) Tfzh% (Tfzh% Hh-ZWT) — Vision: [freq. 5] |kjv: vision| {H2380}

jm) Nfzh% (Nfzh% Hh-ZWN) — Vision: [freq. 35] |kjv: vision| {H2377}

fjm) Nfizh% (Nfizh% HhZ-YWN) — Vision: [freq. 9] |kjv: vision| {H2384}

B) Zzh% (Zzh% HhZZ) ac: ? co: Light ab: ?

Def: wait
V) Ekh% (Ekh% Hh-KH) — Tarry: [freq. 14] (vf: Paal, Piel) |kjv: tarry, wait, long| {H2442}
Isa 30:18 (KJV) (30:18) And therefore will the LORD wait, that he may be gracious unto you, and therefore will he be exalted, that he may have mercy upon you: for the LORD [is] a God of judgment: blessed [are] all they that wait for him.

H2442 חָכָה chakah (khaw-kaw’) v.

1. (properly) to adhere to

2. (hence) to await

[a primitive root (apparently akin to H2707 through the idea of piercing)]

KJV: long, tarry, wait.

Root(s): H2707

H2707 חָקָה chaqah (khaw-kaw’) v.

1. to carve

2. (by implication) to delineate

3. also to entrench

[a primitive root]

KJV: carved work, portrayed, set a print.
Strong’s #2442: AHLB#1172-H (V)

1172) Kh% (Kh% HhK) ac: Stick co: Palate ab: Tarry: The h represents a wall such as the ridge in the middle of the palate. The k represents the palm, a curved surface such as found on the roof of the mouth. The roof of the mouth.

A) Kh% (Kh% HhK) ac: ? co: Palate ab: ?

Nm) Kh% (Kh% HhK) — Palate: [freq. 18] |kjv: mouth, roof of the mouth, taste| {H2441}

Nf1) Ekh% (Ekh% Hh-KH) — Hook: As fastened to the roof of a fishes mouth. [freq. 3] |kjv: angle, hook| {H2443}

H) Ekh% (Ekh% HhKH) ac: Stick co: ? ab: ?: When the mouth is dry the tongue sticks to the roof of the mouth causing the speaker to wait to speak.


Jeremiah 30:

When those that call themselves the people of God are in rebellion against God by seeking those beliefs and practices that they might feed theirs sins more and more they doomed for great judgment. They seek and trust for security and fulfillment in the world instead of with God. The answer to overcome these things is to not initiate our desires but to learn to sit still. In others words seek God by waiting on God rather than the world. 1-7

Isa 30:7 (KJV)

(30:7) For the Egyptians shall help in vain, and to no purpose: therefore have I cried concerning this, Their strength [is] to sit still.

Because they refuse to hear the prophets and seers and are swift to flee for security and refuge in the heathen God will be swift and severe with His judgment upon them. If they would have returned to the LORD they could rest in His delivering power and have found their strength in quietness and confidence before God. 8-17
Isa 30:10 (KJV) (30:10) Which say to the seers, See not; and to the prophets, Prophesy not unto us right things, speak unto us smooth things, prophesy deceits:
Isa 30:15 (KJV)

(30:15) For thus saith the Lord GOD, the Holy One of Israel; In returning and rest shall ye be saved; in quietness and in confidence shall be your strength: and ye would not.

May 10, 2016 Tuesday

Exodus 24:

The LORD will not allow praying righteous people very close to his presence that do not know Him with great reverence in the fear of God in a deep intimate relationship. Nadab and Abihu latter were physically killed by the presence of God because they offered strange fire. They became presumptuous before God because they were allowed to see Elohim at a distance and the paying under His feet. 1-11
Exod 24:9-11 (KJV) (24:9) Then went up Moses, and Aaron, Nadab, and Abihu, and seventy of the elders of Israel: (24:10) And they saw the God of Israel: and [there was] under his feet as it were a paved work of a sapphire stone, and as it were the body of heaven in [his] clearness. (24:11) And upon the nobles of the children of Israel he laid not his hand: also they saw God, and did eat and drink.


The glory of God appeared to those afar off that were not close to God as a devouring fire but Moses went right into that same cloud which appeared as a beautiful glorious presence. 12-18
Exod 24:15-18 (KJV)
(24:15) And Moses went up into the mount, and a cloud covered the mount. (24:16) And the glory of the LORD abode upon mount Sinai, and the cloud covered it six days: and the seventh day he called unto Moses out of the midst of the cloud. (24:17) And the sight of the glory of the LORD [was] like devouring fire on the top of the mount in the eyes of the children of Israel. (24:18) And Moses went into the midst of the cloud, and gat him up into the mount: and Moses was in the mount forty days and forty nights.

May 11, 2016 Wednesday

Psalm 21: and Galatians 1:

Def: strength
Ps 21:1 (KJV)

(21:1) To the chief Musician, A Psalm of David. The king shall joy in thy strength, O LORD; and in thy salvation how greatly shall he rejoice!

H5797 עוֹז עוֹז `oz (oze) (or (fully) rowz {oze}) n-m.

1. strength in various applications (force, security, majesty, praise)

[from H5810]

KJV: boldness, loud, might, power, strength, strong.

Root(s): H5810

H5810 עָזַז `azaz (aw-zaz’) v.

1. to be stout (literally or figuratively)

[a primitive root]

KJV: harden, impudent, prevail, strengthen (self), be strong.

Strong’s #5810: AHLB#1352-B (V)

1352) Zo% (Zo% AhZ) ac: Bold co: ? ab: Strong: The pictograph o is a picture of the eye representing knowing, the z is a picture of cutting implement. Combined these mean “know a weapon”.

A) Zo% (Zo% AhZ) ac: ? co: ? ab: Strong

Nm) Zo% (Zo% AhZ) — Strong: [freq. 23] |kjv: strong, fierce, mighty, power, greedy, roughly| {H5794}

B) Zzo% (Zzo% AhZZ) ac: ? co: ? ab: Strong

V) Zzo% (Zzo% Ah-ZZ) — Strengthen: To be made strong or hard. [freq. 12] (vf: Paal, Hiphil) |kjv: strengthen, prevail, strong, impudent, harden| {H5810}

dm) Zfzo% (Zfzo% Ah-ZWZ) — Strength: [freq. 3] |kjv: strength, might| {H5807}

edm) Zfzio% (Zfzio% AhY-ZWZ) — Strong: [ms: zwze] [freq. 2] |kjv: strong, power| {H5808}

J) Zfo% (Zfo% AhWZ) ac: Gather co: ? ab: Strong: A strong refuge as a place for making a firm and fierce stand.

V) Zfo% (Zfo% AhWZ) — Gather: To gather together for a stronghold. [freq. 4] (vf: Hiphil) |kjv: gather, retire| {H5756}

Nm) Zfo% (Zfo% AhWZ) — Strength: [ms: ze] [freq. 93] |kjv: strength, strong, power, might, boldness, loud, mighty| {H5797}

am) Zfom% (Zfom% M-AhWZ) — Stronghold: A place of strength such as a mountain, fort or rock. [freq. 37] |kjv: strength, strong, fortress, hold, forces, fort, rock, strengthen| {H4581}

L) Zoi% (Zoi% YAhZ) ac: Bold co: ? ab: Strong: A boldness through strength.

V) Zoi% (Zoi% Y-AhZ) — Bold: [freq. 1] (vf: Niphal, Participle) |kjv: fierce| {H3267}

Ps 21:5-7 (KJV)

(21:5) His glory [is] great in thy salvation: honour and majesty hast thou laid upon him. (21:6) For thou hast made him most blessed for ever: thou hast made him exceeding glad with thy countenance. (21:7) For the king trusteth in the LORD, and through the mercy of the most High he shall not be moved.

Galatians 1:

We have been called into the grace of Christ which means we do not trust or put confidence in our own strength to be righteous before God by performance of keeping the law or anything else out of own self-sufficiency to make us acceptable to God. What we trust is where we put worth worship and glory and this is not in ourselves but in the genuine fear of God which births awareness of total dependence upon God.

May 12, 2016 Thursday

Hebrews 13:

We are to have brotherly love and love that extends beyond to entertain strangers with hospitality. This love will remember those that are imprisoned as in prison with them and those that are suffering adversity in the body being aware that in the body we could also be experiencing such adversity. This does not mean it is wrong to experience physical fulfillment because marriage is honorable and on the other hand those that are whoremongers and adulterers God will judge. Our conversation and lifestyle should be without covetousness and we should be content with the things that we have recognizing that God is our health and that we do not have to fear what man can do to us because we don’t have enough money for special protection. 1-6

We are to remember those who are spiritual leaders over us and follow in the same lifestyle of faith considering the wonderful end of their lifestyle into the kingdom of God. Remember that Jesus Christ is our supreme example and never changes from eternity past to the present and into the future forever. We should therefore be consistent in our walk of faith as Christ who never changes. Our heart therefore needs to be established in the grace of God and not in the performance of animal sacrifices and the meats therewith that bring no profit spiritually to those that are occupied therewith. We need to bear the reproach of Christ even as Christ himself did by suffering without the spiritual city that had been corrupted with counterfeit religious practice. 7-17

May 14, 2016 Saturday

Isaiah 61:

Def: Anointed
Isa 61:1-2 (KJV) (61:1) The Spirit of the Lord GOD [is] upon me; because the LORD hath anointed me to preach good tidings unto the meek; he hath sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives, and the opening of the prison to [them that are] bound; (61:2) To proclaim the acceptable year of the LORD, and the day of vengeance of our God; to comfort all that mourn;

H4886 מָשַׁח mashach (maw-shakh’) v.

1. to rub with oil, i.e. to anoint

2. (by implication) to consecrate

3. (also) to paint

Strong’s #4886: AHLB#2357 (V)

2357) Hsm% (Hsm% MShHh) ac: Smear co: Ointment ab: ?: Ointments were made from oils and smeared on injuries for healing. Oil was also smeared on the heads of individuals who are being given the office of a prophet, priest or king as a sign of authority. [from: hm – as a drawing out]

V) Hsm% (Hsm% M-ShHh) — Smear: To smear with oil as a treatment or as a sign of authority. [freq. 69] (vf: Paal, Niphal) |kjv: anoint, paint| {H4886}

Nm) Hsm% (Hsm% M-ShHh) — Oil: What is smeared. [Aramaic only] [freq. 2] |kjv: oil| {H4887}

Nf1) Ehsm% (Ehsm% MSh-HhH) — Ointment: The oil that is smeared. [freq. 26] |kjv: anointing, anointed, ointment| {H4888}

bm) Hism% (Hism% M-ShYHh) — Smeared: One who is smeared with oil as a sign of authority (prophet, priest or king) [freq. 39] |kjv: anointed, messiah| {H4899}

hm) Hsmm% (Hsmm% MM-ShHh) — Smeared: One who is smeared with oil. [freq. 1] |kjv: anointed| {H4473}

It is those that mourn in the body of Christ that shall be given beauty for ashes, the oil of joy for mourning, the garment of praise for the Spirit of heaviness. These will be called generations of righteousness and those whom the LORD has planted. 1-3

It is these in the body of Christ that will restore what has been lost in the body of Christ. They will also restore the body of Christ and individuals that have been made desolate. They will cause cities of light and refuge to come forth in desolate places. As this happens in the body of Christ it will be paralleled in the physical in the nation of Israel. The glory of God will be such on these that everyone that sees them will see the glory of God on them and thus recognize that they are blessed of God. 4-9

These shall greatly rejoice in the LORD and will be clothed with be clothed with the robe of salvation and the garment of joy. They will have a spiritual crown with adorning jewels that is evident to all. Like wise will praise spring forth unto the LORD from them in all the earth so that the earth itself becomes likewise clothed with the glory of the LORD. 10-11

May 16, 2016 Monday

Philippians 3:

Define: concision: archaic :  a cutting up or off

G2699 κατατομή katatome (kat-at-om-ay’) n.

1. a cutting down (off)

2. (ironically) mutilation

[from a compound of G2596 and temno “to cut”]

KJV: concision

Root(s): G2596

Compare: G609

We are to beware of those that are dividers in the body of Christ, those that are evil workers and those that mutilate, that is hurt and wound others spiritually including themselves. 1-3

Knowing Jesus Christ is worth the loss of all things and indeed compared to that all things such a reputation and achievements is as cow poo in comparison. Rather may we be found in Jesus Christ by faith that is in us that comes out of trusting in the mercy and grace of God’s love in Jesus Christ so that our righteousness is of God out of such a relationship. Forget your failures of the past and reach toward the prize which is to enter the high calling of God in Christ Jesus. 4-14

May 18, 2016 Wednesday

John 4:

God is a Spirit

Def: Spirit

G4151 πνεῦμα pneuma (pnyoo`-mah) n.

1. a current of air, i.e. breath (blast) or a breeze

2. (by analogy or figuratively) a spirit

3. (humanly) the rational soul

4. (by implication) vital principle, mental disposition, etc.

5. (superhumanly) an angel, demon

6. (divinely) God, Christ’s spirit, the Holy Spirit

G4154 πνέω pneo (pneh’-o) v.

1. to breathe hard, i.e. breeze

[a primary word]

KJV: blow

Compare: G5594

God is calling us to discover our true sustenance in doing His will and finishing the work He has called us to do. This means it is more important to pursue this than our concern over natural needs such as food. He emphasizes that we should not procrastinate in reaching the multitudes that will repent and believe the gospel. May I know the leading of the Holy Spirit and His prophetic gifting towards reaching the lost.




The Qualitative Essence of Genuine Overcoming Faith


August 2, 2016 Saturday
Luke 17:

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March 28, 2016 Monday

Luke 4:

The devil tempts us to doubt our identity and authority in God by seeking to get us to command something to come forth in the name of Jesus Christ to meet our basic needs. God’s answer in us to these temptations is to declare that even our basic needs for physical life itself proceed out of obedience and alignment to the word of God and not too presumptuous temptations that do not have the witness of being from God’s word to us. 1-4

The devil is allowed to tempt us my putting before us temptations that we may not want to see and in the case of Christ even to the point of physically transporting his body to another place of great temptation. This does not mean the devil has power over us but that God is allowing us to be tested and tried that we might be purified. The temptation to receive the comfort, security, wealth and pleasures of this world requires that we fall down and worship Mammon and the things of this world and therein thus worship the devil who has been allowed at this time to be the god of this world. Our answer to this temptation is to declare the word of God that we are to worship Elohim and only serve Him. 5-8

The devil is allowed by God at times to come into our lives to tempt us and sometimes this is to believe our authority in God originates out of us because of our own righteousness. Thus the temptation is to initiate speaking in God’s name some powerful miracle to validate this heart set and mindset. When God is leading us it is not temptation to validate our authority in God out of our own righteousness but is God’s leading which is also aware of our helplessness apart from God and does not seek the deception of self glory and presumptuous choices to glorify God. Our answer to these temptations is to declare that we will not tempt the Lord by demanding that He do some miracle through us to validate our power with God. 9-13

March 29, 2016 Tuesday

Luke 4: continued

Luke 6:

God’s blessing is on those that are humble and honest before God and man out of the fear of God. Those that do not have such states of being reveal that there identity and oneness is not in God but in their own self glory and the securities and pleasures of this world. Those that have this real relationship with God are not idolizing the law that exalts themselves with God instead of giving glory to God. The idolization of the law in God’s word reveals the spirit of man’s control without relationship with God and relationship with God has flexibility rather than control.

Matt 5:3-12 (KJV)

(5:3) Blessed [are] the poor in spirit: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. (5:4) Blessed [are] they that mourn: for they shall be comforted. (5:5) Blessed [are] the meek: for they shall inherit the earth. (5:6) Blessed [are] they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled. (5:7) Blessed [are] the merciful: for they shall obtain mercy. (5:8) Blessed [are] the pure in heart: for they shall see God. (5:9) Blessed [are] the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God. (5:10) Blessed [are] they which are persecuted for righteousness’ sake: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. (5:11) Blessed are ye, when [men] shall revile you, and persecute [you], and shall say all manner of evil against you falsely, for my sake. (5:12) Rejoice, and be exceeding glad: for great [is] your reward in heaven: for so persecuted they the prophets which were before you.

Luke 6:20-26 (KJV)

(6:20) And he lifted up his eyes on his disciples, and said, Blessed [be ye] poor: for yours is the kingdom of God. (6:21) Blessed [are ye] that hunger now: for ye shall be filled. Blessed [are ye] that weep now: for ye shall laugh. (6:22) Blessed are ye, when men shall hate you, and when they shall separate you [from their company], and shall reproach [you], and cast out your name as evil, for the Son of man’s sake. (6:23) Rejoice ye in that day, and leap for joy: for, behold, your reward [is] great in heaven: for in the like manner did their fathers unto the prophets. (6:24) But woe unto you that are rich! for ye have received your consolation. (6:25) Woe unto you that are full! for ye shall hunger. Woe unto you that laugh now! for ye shall mourn and weep. (6:26) Woe unto you, when all men shall speak well of you! for so did their fathers to the false prophets.


March 30, 2016 Wednesday

Nehemiah 13:

It is not wrong to fear the consequences of God’s judgment because of condoning evil through compromise such as marriage and putting material concerns above seeking and waiting on God. On the other hand, the genuine fear of God is motivated to judge and cut off all compromise out of a genuine conformity of reverence and delight in the holiness of God against all corruption. This is what motives zeal for the house of God to remove all compromise so that the house of God is the house of prayer and meeting with God.


March 31, 2016 Thursday

Luke 17:

It takes genuine faith to keep genuinely forgiving someone that repeatedly offends you and then says they repent and asks for forgiveness. Christ describes this faith to be like a grain of mustard seed that is very small and yet full of life to persevere and burst through the hardest rock and driest conditions with life. He then explains that this mustard seed kind of faith is like a faithful servant that is very humble and thankful towards God despite the fact that life is humbling and very difficult. Genuine faith is not puffed up because it is birthed out of the genuine fear of God which recognizes the greatness of God’s goodness and mercy and of one’s unworthiness to have received it so that they are filled with thankfulness despite the worst conditions to have faith in the ultimate trustworthiness of God as the ultimate Good. This keeps releasing the grace of God therein. 1-10

Christ reveals that the kingdom of God will come in relation to where our heart is at with God. Those that are truly in love with God in their heart are focused on God with their life and energy through prayer and good works out of abiding in God that takes priority over the cares of this world. 11-37

The Qualitative Essence of Genuine Faith


October 1, 2015 Thursday
Luke 7:

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September 23, 2015 Wednesday

Luke 7:

Def: wisdom
Strong’s #2451: AHLB#2159 (N1)

2159) Mkh% (Mkh% HhKM) ac: Wise co: ? ab: Wisdom

V) Mkh% (Mkh% Hh-KM) — Wise: To be wise. [freq. 27] (vf: Paal, Hiphil, Hitpael, Pual, Piel) |kjv: wise, wisdom, exceed| {H2449}

Nm) Mkh% (Mkh% Hh-KM) — Wise: Also a wise man. [freq. 137] |kjv: wise, wiseman, cunning, subtil, unwise, wiser| {H2450}

Nf1) Emkh% (Emkh% HhK-MH) — Wisdom: [Hebrew and Aramaic] [freq. 157] |kjv: wisdom, wisely, skilful, wits| {H2451, H2452}

Nf3) Tfmkh% (Tfmkh% HhK-MWT) — Wisdom: [freq. 5] |kjv: wisdom, wise| {H2454}

bm) Mikh% (Mikh% Hh-KYM) — Wise: [freq. 14] |kjv: wise| {H2445}

  1. The Centurion had the right heart reception towards God that brings the heart response of faith that then results in the right choices out of the heart which is wisdom, that is the most constructive application of truth. This then in turn leads towards life and thus away from what is destructive unto every greater good. Genuine faith always comes out of the genuine fear of God which reverences the holiness and authority of God and would not be a genuine moral persuasion of faith towards God and out of God without this genuine fear of God. When you really love someone they are exceedingly precious and therefore you response rightly for there highest good and the highest good of your relationship with them. 1-10
  2. The city Nain means both affliction and beauty. This woman lost all and the most precious in her Son but received her Son from the dead because she stood still in order to receive the compassion and mercy of God. Let us remember to hold back our own self initiations through panic and grasping for the self securities of this life no matter how precious by being still out of choosing to fear and reverence God. This is clear in (Eccl 5:1) Keep thy foot when thou goest to the house of God, and be more ready to hear, than to give the sacrifice of fools: for they consider not that they do evil.(Eccl 5:2) Be not rash with thy mouth, and let not thine heart be hasty to utter any thing before God: for God is in heaven, and thou upon earth: therefore let thy words be few. It is also clear in (Isa 30:7) For the Egyptians shall help in vain, and to no purpose: therefore have I cried concerning this, Their strength is to sit still. 11-18
  3. Those that are not offended towards the actions and judgments of God are those that have rightly perceived God out of the fear of God and therefore have rightly responded to God and out of God in right choices in judgment towards others which is wisdom. Thus wisdom is indeed revealed as wisdom in God’s time by those that are the children of wisdom which are those that are born of God. 19-35
  4. In the woman we see the genuine fear of God towards God resulting in the right reciprocation towards God in genuine faith and in the Pharisee again wrong judgment because there is not this right relationship with God. 36-50

September 25, 2015 Friday

Proverbs 11:

(Prov 11:5) The righteousness of the perfect shall direct his way: but the wicked shall fall by his own wickedness.

Def: righteousness

H6666 צְּדָקָה tsdaqah (tsed-aw-kaw’) n-f.

1. rightness (abstractly), subjectively (rectitude), objectively (justice), morally (virtue) or figuratively (prosperity)

[from H6663]

KJV: justice, moderately, right(-eous) (act, -ly, -ness).

Root(s): H6663

H6663 צָּדַק tsadaq (tsaw-dak’) v.

1. to be (causatively, make) right (in a moral or forensic sense)

[a primitive root]

KJV: cleanse, clear self, (be, do) just(-ice, -ify, -ify self), (be turn to) righteous(-ness).

Strong’s #6666: AHLB#2658 (N1)

2658) Qdy% (Qdy% TsDQ) ac: ? co: Straight ab: Righteous: One who is upright or righteous is one who walks a straight path. [from: dy – The straightness of the side]

V) Qdy% (Qdy% Ts-DQ) — Straight: To be straight. [freq. 41] (vf: Paal, Niphal, Hiphil, Hitpael, Piel) |kjv: justify, righteous, just, justice, cleanse, clear, righteousness| {H6663}

Nm) Qdy% (Qdy% Ts-DQ) — Straight: [freq. 116] |kjv: righteousness, just, justice, righteous, right| {H6664}

Nf1) Eqdy% (Eqdy% TsD-QH) — Straightness: [freq. 157] |kjv: righteousness, justice, right, righteous, moderate| {H6666}

bm) Qidy% (Qidy% Ts-DYQ) — Straight: [freq. 206] |kjv: righteous, just, lawful| {H6662}

ef1) Eqdiy% (Eqdiy% TsYD-QH) — Straightness: [Aramaic only] [ms: hqdu] [freq. 1] |kjv: righteousness| {H6665}

Def: perfect

H8549 תָּמִים tamiym (taw-meem’) adj.

1. (literally, figuratively or morally) entire

2. (also, as noun) integrity, truth

[from H8552]

KJV: without blemish, complete, full, perfect, sincerely (-ity), sound, without spot, undefiled, upright(-ly), whole.

Root(s): H8552

H8552 תָּמַם tamam (taw-mam’) v.

1. to complete, in a good or a bad sense, literal, or figurative, transitive or intransitive (as follows)

[a primitive root]

1496) Mt% (Mt% TM) ac: Fill co: ? ab: Whole: Someone or something that is whole, complete or full. One who is mature and upright as one who is whole.

A) Mt% (Mt% TM) ac: Fill co: ? ab: Whole

Nm) Mt% (Mt% TM) — Whole: [freq. 13] |kjv: perfect, undefiled, plain, upright| {H8535}

B) Mmt% (Mmt% TMM) ac: ? co: ? ab: Whole

V) Mmt% (Mmt% T-MM) — Whole: [freq. 64] (vf: Paal, Niphal, Hiphil, Hitpael) |kjv: consume, end, finish, clean, upright, spent, perfect, done, fail, accomplish| {H8552}

bm) Mimt% (Mimt% T-MYM) — Whole: [freq. 91] |kjv: without blemish, perfect, upright, without spot, uprightly, whole, sincere, complete, full| {H8549}

D) Mat% (Mat% TAM) ac: ? co: Double ab: ?: In the sense of being full.

V) Mat% (Mat% T-AM) — Double: Also to bear twins as doubles. [freq. 6] (vf: Paal, Hiphil) |kjv: couple, twins| {H8382}

cm) Mfat% (Mfat% T-AWM) — Twins: [ms: Mat] [freq. 4] |kjv: twins| {H8380}

H) Emt% (Emt% TMH) ac: ? co: ? ab: Amazed: A full and overwhelmed mind.

V) Emt% (Emt% T-MH) — Marvel: To see or perceive a full sight such as a wonder or miracle. [freq. 9] (vf: Paal, Hitpael) |kjv: marvel, wonder, marvelously, astony, amaze| {H8539}

Nm) Emt% (Emt% T-MH) — Wonder: [Aramaic only] [freq. 3] |kjv: wonder| {H8540}

jm) Nfemt% (Nfemt% TM-HWN) — Confusion: In the sense of overfilled. [freq. 2] |kjv: astonishment| {H8541}

J) Mft% (Mft% TWM) ac: ? co: ? ab: Mature

Nm) Mft% (Mft% TWM) — Whole: Someone or something that is whole, complete, full. One who is mature. [ms: Mt] [freq. 23] |kjv: integrity, upright, venture, full, perfect, simplicity| {H8537}

Nf1) Emft% (Emft% TW-MH) — Maturity: [ms: hmt] [freq. 5] |kjv: integrity| {H8538}

km) Mftm% (Mftm% M-TWM) — Mature: [ms: Mtm] [freq. 4] |kjv: soundness, men| {H4974}

L) Mti% (Mti% YTM) ac: ? co: Orphan ab: ?: One that is not full.

cm) Mfti% (Mfti% Y-TWM) — Orphan: [freq. 42] |kjv: fatherless, orphan| {H3490}


H7563 רָשָׁע rasha` (raw-shaw’) adj.

1. morally wrong

2. (concretely) an (actively) bad person

[from H7561]

KJV: + condemned, guilty, ungodly, wicked (man), that did wrong.

Root(s): H7561

Strong’s #7563: AHLB#2799 (N)

2799) Osr% (Osr% RShAh) ac: Depart co: ? ab: Wicked

V) Osr% (Osr% R-ShAh) — Depart: To leave the correct path in the sense of being wicked. [freq. 34] (vf: Paal, Hiphil) |kjv: condemn, wicked, depart, trouble, vex, wickedness| {H7561}

Nm) Osr% (Osr% R-ShAh) — I. Wicked: One who has departed from the correct path or way. II. Wickedness: [freq. 293] |kjv: wickedness, wicked, iniquity| {H7562, H7563}

ef1) Eosir% (Eosir% RYSh-AhH) — Wickedness: [ms: hesr] [freq. 15] |kjv: wickedness, wickedly, fault| {H7564}

hf2) Tosrm% (Tosrm% MR-Sh-AhT) — Wicked: [freq. 1] |kjv: wicked| {H4849}

Def: Jubile

H3104 יוֹבֵל יוֹבֵל yowbel (yo-bale’) (or yobel {yob-ale’}) n-m.

1. the blast of a horn (from its continuous sound)

2. specifically, the signal of the silver trumpets

3. (hence) the instrument itself and the festival thus introduced

Strong’s #3104: AHLB#1035-L (g)

1035) Lb% (Lb% BL) ac: Flow co: ? ab: Nothing: A flowing of any substance. (eng: ball; bowl; flow – with the exchange of the f for a b)

A) Lb% (Lb% BL) ac: ? co: ? ab: Nothing: To come to nothing when effort is given.

Nm) Lb% (Lb% BL) — Nothing: [freq. 9] |kjv: none, not, nor, lest, nothing, not, neither, no| {H1077}

ef4) Tilib% (Tilib% BY-LYT) — Except: A flowing away of all except one. Can also mean not or nothing in the sense of all things flowing away. [df: ytlb] [freq. 30] |kjv: but, except, save, nothing, lest, no, from, inasmuch| {H1115}

fm) Ilb% (Ilb% B-LY) — Without: [freq. 15] |kjv: not, without, lack, confusion| {H1097, H1099}

if) Lbt% (Lbt% T-BL) — I. Earth: A land flowing with substance

September 26, 2015 Saturday

Psalms 53:

Def: understanding

H7919 שָׂכַל sakal (saw-kal’) v.

1. to be (causatively, make or act) circumspect and hence, intelligent

[a primitive root]

KJV: consider, expert, instruct, prosper, (deal) prudent(-ly), (give) skill(-ful), have good success, teach, (have, make to) understand(-ing), wisdom, (be, behave self, consider, make) wise(- ly), guide wittingly.

Strong’s #7919: AHLB#2477 (V)

2477) Lkx% (Lkx% SKL) ac: Understand co: ? ab: ?: The ability to consider a situation with comprehension in order to be successful or prosperous.

V) Lkx% (Lkx% S-KL) — Understand: [Hebrew and Aramaic] [df: lkV] [freq. 64] (vf: Paal, Hiphil, Piel) |kjv: understand, wise, prosper, wisely, understanding, consider, instruct, prudent, skill, teach, consider| {H7919, H7920}

Nm) Lkx% (Lkx% S-KL) — Understanding: [df: lkV] [freq. 16] |kjv: understanding, wisdom, wise, prudence, knowledge, sense, discretion, policy| {H7922}

Nf2) Tlkx% (Tlkx% SK-LT) — Understanding: [Aramaic only] [df: wntlkV] [freq. 3] |kjv: understanding| {H7924}

Def: corruptionH7843 שָׁחַת shachath (shaw-khath’) v.

1. to decay, i.e. (causatively) ruin (literally or figuratively)

[a primitive root]

KJV: batter, cast off, corrupt(-er, thing), destroy(-er, -uction), lose, mar, perish, spill, spoiler, X utterly, waste(-r).

Strong’s #7843: AHLB#2830 (V)

2830) Ths% (Ths% ShHhT) ac: Corrupt co: ? ab: ?: [from: hs – corrupt]

V) Ths% (Ths% Sh-HhT) — Corrupt: To destroy. [Hebrew and Aramaic] [freq. 150] (vf: Niphal, Hiphil, Hophal, Piel, Participle) |kjv: destroy, corrupt, mar, destroyer, corrupter, waster, spoiler, batter, corruptly, fault| {H7843, H7844}

am) Thsm% (Thsm% MSh-HhT) — Corrupting: [freq. 1] |kjv: destroying| {H4892}

hm) Thsm% (Thsm% MSh-HhT) — Corrupted: [freq. 2] |kjv: marred, corruption| {H4893}

abm) Tihsm% (Tihsm% MSh-HhYT) — Corruption: [freq. 11] |kjv: destroy, corruption, destruction, trap, destroying| {H4889}

When the captivity of God’s people and their destruction is the most threatened by the wicked it is then that God will destroy the wicked and bring back the captivity of His people. The wicked end up becoming very fearful where there is no reason to be fearful because they chose not to believe in God nor to fear God.

September 28, 2015 Monday

Amos 6:

God’s anger in judgment are upon God’s people that are at ease with there main focus on the pleasures of this life and are not grieved for the affliction of fellow members of the body of Christ in the world.

September 30, 2015 Wednesday

1st Thessalonians 1:

Def: God

G2316 θεός theos (theh-os’) n.

1. a deity

2. (figuratively) a magistrate

3. (by Hebraism) very

{(especially with G3588) the supreme Divinity}

[of uncertain affinity]

KJV: X exceeding, God, god(-ly, -ward)

See also: G3588

Def: election

G1589 ἐκλογή ekloge (ek-log-ay’) n.

1. (divine) selection (abstractly or concretely)

[from G1586]

KJV: chosen, election

Root(s): G1586

G1586 ἐκλέγομαι eklegomai (ek-leg’-om-ai) v.

1. to select

[middle voice from G1537 and G3004 (in its primary sense)]

KJV: make choice, choose (out), chosen

Root(s): G1537, G3004


lit. signifies “picked out, chosen” (ek, “from,” lego, “to gather, pick out”), and is used of (a) Christ, the “chosen” of God, as the Messiah, Luk 23:35 (for the verb in Luk 9:35 see Note below), and metaphorically as a “living Stone,” “a chief corner Stone,” 1Pe 2:4, 1Pe 2:6; some mss. have it in Joh 1:34, instead of huios, “Son;” (b) angels, 1Ti 5:21, as “chosen” to be of especially high rank in administrative association with God, or as His messengers to human beings, doubtless in contrast to fallen angels (see 2Pe 2:4; Jud 1:6); (c) believers (Jews or Gentiles), Mat 24:22, Mat 24:24, Mat 24:31; Mar 13:20, Mar 13:22, Mar 13:27; Luk 18:7; Rom 8:33; Col 3:12; 2Ti 2:10; Tit 1:1; 1Pe 1:1; 1Pe 2:9 (as a spiritual race); Mat 20:16; Mat 22:14; Rev 17:14, “chosen;” individual believers are so mentioned in Rom 16:13; 2Jo 1:1, 2Jo 1:13.

Believers were “chosen” “before the foundation of the world” (cp. “before times eternal,” 2Ti 1:9), in Christ, Eph 1:4, to adoption, Eph 1:5; good works, Eph 2:10; conformity to Christ, Rom 8:29; salvation from the delusions of the Antichrist and the doom of the deluded, 2Th 2:13; eternal glory, Rom 9:23.

The source of their “election” is God’s grace, not human will, Eph 1:4-5; Rom 9:11; Rom 11:5. They are given by God the Father to Christ as the fruit of His death, all being foreknown and foreseen by God, Joh 17:6; Rom 8:29. While Christ’s death was sufficient for all men, and is effective in the case of the “elect,” yet men are treated as responsible, being capable of the will and power to choose. For the rendering “being chosen as firstfruits,” an alternative reading in 2Th 2:13, see FIRSTFRUITS. See CHOICE, B.


denotes “a picking out, selection” (Eng., “eclogue”), then, “that which is chosen;” in Act 9:15, said of the “choice” of God of Saul of Tarsus, the phrase is, lit., “a vessel of choice.” It is used four times in Romans; in Act 9:11, of Esau and Jacob, where the phrase “the purpose … according to election” is virtually equivalent to “the electing purpose;” in Act 11:5, the “remnant according to the election of grace” refers to believing Jews, saved from among the unbelieving nation; so in Act 11:7; in Act 11:28, “the election” may mean either the “act of choosing” or the “chosen” ones; the context, speaking of the fathers, points to the former, the choice of the nation according to the covenant of promise. In 1Th 1:4, “your election” refers not to the church collectively, but to the individuals constituting it; the Apostle’s assurance of their “election” gives the reason for his thankgiving. Believers are to give “the more diligence to make their calling and election sure,” by the exercise of the qualities and graces which make them fruitful in the knowledge of God, 2Pe 1:10. For the corresponding verb eklegomai, see CHOOSE.

(1Thess 1:4) Knowing, brethren beloved, your election of God.

The church is viewed as being in God as the Father and as the Son. The Father is always viewed as being in government beyond time and space as the originator and planner of the body of Christ and of us individually. Our election or choosing is of God before this world began and is evident by the reception and delivery of God’s word in the Spirit of God and power. There is such love for the church that the Apostle Paul and his co-workers are continually thanking God as they remember their work of faith, labor of love and patience of hope. God’s elect are waiting for God’s Son from heaven who has delivered us from the wrath to come.

October 1, 2015 Thursday

Ezekiel 6:

(Ezek 6:8) Yet will I leave a remnant, that ye may have some that shall escape the sword among the nations, when ye shall be scattered through the countries.

(Ezek 6:9) And they that escape of you shall remember me among the nations whither they shall be carried captives, because I am broken with their whorish heart, which hath departed from me, and with their eyes, which go a whoring after their idols: and they shall lothe themselves for the evils which they have committed in all their abominations.

(Ezek 6:10) And they shall know that I am the LORD, and that I have not said in vain that I would do this evil unto them.

Overcoming The Fear of Death By Faith

The Fear of Death
To The Church of Symrna
Revelation 2:8-11

Ministered on Wednesday 04.22.2015
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  1. Symrna means myrrh or perfumed oil. The secret to overcoming suffering and death is to chose not to fear what we will suffer by recognizing that we can trust God to give us the strength to come through persecution, torture and death in faithful union with Jesus Christ. These refuse to bow to the anti-christ system in place of the truth and will be in the first resurrection as mentioned in Revelation 20:4-6 which says, 4 And I saw thrones, and they sat upon them, and judgment was given unto them: and I saw the souls of them that were beheaded for the witness of Jesus, and for the word of God, and which had not worshipped the beast, neither his image, neither had received his mark upon their foreheads, or in their hands; and they lived and reigned with Christ a thousand years. 5 But the rest of the dead lived not again until the thousand years were finished. This is the first resurrection. 6 Blessed and holy is he that hath part in the first resurrection: on such the second death hath no power, but they shall be priests of God and of Christ, and shall reign with him a thousand years. Symrna highlights the perfection of God’s Holy Spirit of Faith that fearlessly trusts God in the face of death itself 8-11

Overcoming The Fear of Death -The Church of Symrna


April 22, 2015 Wednesday
Revelation 2: 8-11 The Church of Symrna

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  1. Symrna means myrrh or perfumed oil. The secret to overcoming suffering and death is to chose not to fear what we will suffer by recognizing that we can trust God to give us the strength to come through persecution, torture and death in faithful union with Jesus Christ. These refuse to bow to the anti-christ system in place of the truth and will be in the first resurrection as mentioned in Revelation 20:4-6 which says, 4 And I saw thrones, and they sat upon them, and judgment was given unto them: and I saw the souls of them that were beheaded for the witness of Jesus, and for the word of God, and which had not worshipped the beast, neither his image, neither had received his mark upon their foreheads, or in their hands; and they lived and reigned with Christ a thousand years. 5 But the rest of the dead lived not again until the thousand years were finished. This is the first resurrection. 6 Blessed and holy is he that hath part in the first resurrection: on such the second death hath no power, but they shall be priests of God and of Christ, and shall reign with him a thousand years. Symrna highlights the perfection of God’s Holy Spirit of Faith that fearlessly trusts God in the face of death itself 8-11

Hiding In Abiding Liberty Over Tyranny


January 29,2015 Thursday
Luke: 19

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 January 24, 2015 Saturday
Acts 11:
It sometimes takes God’s intervention by a divine vision to break the shell of focus on ritualistic performance before God as the focus rather than recognizing those that truly fear God and are as such circumcised in heart, that is born again of the Spirit of God, to also receive the baptism of the Holy Spirit.
Psalms 147:
Praise is comely
Ps 147:11 The LORD taketh pleasure in them that fear him, in those that hope in his mercy.
We are to sing praise upon the harp and to sing unto the LORD with thanksgiving in recognition of His infinite understanding and greatness and his love towards those that are humble out of the fear of God to hope in His mercy and goodness. This is where everlasting fulfillment and comfort is so that we choose to rise above self comfort into praise of God and His comfort.

January 26, 2015 Monday
John 3:
1.    The acknowledgment that Jesus was of God by Nicodemus was an acknowledgment by Christ that there was a measure of seeing the kingdom of God by Nicodemus. 1-2
2.    It is urgent that one is born again of the Spirit because one can only be saved, that is enter the kingdom of God, by being brought forth anew by the Spirit of God. Christ expected Nicodemus to know this because this was a reality in people’s lives from the very beginning time of Adam and Eve. 3-10
3.    The Son of Man is God in the full expression of God’s being to man also as the representation of man in perfection to man by the indwelling of God in a human body. Even as the Son of Man is a representation and communication to man on earth that is even before the crucifixion  and also at the same time in heaven. Christ then foretells his atoning work as similar to the serpent lifted up in the wilderness which when they looked upon they were healed from death. Likewise, when the eye of our heart looks upon the full expression of who God is there is the recognition of his atoning power by perfect atoning sacrifice to be the very source of forgiveness and therefore the reception of forgiveness and healing from everlasting spiritual death. 11-17
4.    To believe on the full expression of God means to acknowledge and receive the full expression of who God is which results in the breaking of all self pride by openness to one’s total wrong apart from who God and requires the reception of God’s being manifested in mercy out of first acknowledging the holiness of God. 18-21

January 27, 2015 Tuesday
Philippians 4:
Def: moderation:
G1933 ἐπιεικής epieikes (ep-ee-ei-kace’) adj.
1. appropriate
2. (by implication) mild
[from G1909 and G1503]
KJV: gentle, moderation, patient
Root(s): G1909, G1503
NT Vines: <C-2,Adjective,1933,epieikes>
an adjective (from epi, used intensively, and eikos, “reasonable”), is used as a noun with the article in Phi 4:5, and translated “forbearance” in the RV; AV, “moderation,” RV, marg., “gentleness,” “sweet reasonableness” (Matthew Arnold). See GENTLE.

“to hold up” (ana, “up,” echo, “to have or hold”), is used in the Middle Voice in the NT, signifying “to bear with, endure;” it is rendered “forbearing (one another)” in Eph 4:2; Col 3:13. See BEAR. Cp. B, No. 1, below.

lit., “to send up or back” (ana, “up,” hiemi, “to send”), hence, “to relax, loosen,” or, metaphorically, “to desist from,” is translated “forbearing” (threatening) in Eph 6:9 (“giving up your threatening,” T.K. Abbott). See LEAVE, LOOSE.

“to spare” (its usual meaning), “to refrain from doing something,” is rendered “I forbear” in 2Co 12:6. See SPARE.

1.    A true servant leader such as an genuine apostle has and expresses a deep love for the local congregations and specific individuals they know to the point that they are called my joy and crown. There is a love with burden for their destiny in heaven to be fulfilled in the acknowledging of their names in the book of life and that they seek to be of the same mind in unity in the LORD. 1-3
2.    We need to be continually learn to feed into a rejoicing in the LORD knowing that the LORD is our true source of joy and being aware that He is coming soon. In this way we will not be abiding in the things of this world so that we become anxious but rather in everything of concern will bring it before the LORD with thankfulness and prayer. This will allow God’s peace which goes beyond our understanding of why things are the way they are to keep our soul in mind and heart abiding in God. 4-7
3.    God’s peace is with us and increases in our live when we dwell with our heart and mind on those things that are good, pure, and of eternal worth unto God and when we look to those who are an example and inspiration to us to follow Christ. 8-9
4.    We need to know how to abide in God with peace and joy equally when we suffer need as also when we abound with fulfillment in the natural things of this world. Sometimes our need is the trials of need for God to supply all our needs according to His riches in glory. We abide in God by faith and confidence in God in us to enable us to do all things through Christ. 10-23

January 20, 2015 Wednesday
Ecclesiastes 12:
We are to remember God as the center of our life and all things, especially while we are still young and have vitality to serve Him and enjoy what He has created. There is no purpose or meaning to our lives apart from this and this is summed up with ultimate meaning and purpose to our life in one thing. This is to fear God and keep his commandments because our lives will be brought before God for judgment as to whether they have been good or bad. It is the fear of God that causes us to be wise so that our lives are built through time like the assembly of a great ship.

Ephesians 3:
God’s eternal purpose for us is that we become part of His corporate bride that reveals the unity of the fellowship with God and each other that brings ultimate fulfillment, meaning and good that is everlasting and enlarging. This is according to the unity of fellowship in the oneness of the tri-unity of the one true God in the Father and Son and in the Holy Spirit. To enter into this ultimate purpose and destiny individually and corporately it is important that we are strengthened with might in our inner being by the indwelling of God’s Spirit through the building up of our faith.

Def: eternal in relation to eternal purpose
G165 αἰών aion (ai-own’) n.
1. (properly) an age
2. (by extension) perpetuity (also past)
3. (by implication) the world
4. (specially, Jewish) a Messianic period (present or future)
[from an obsolete primary noun apparently meaning “continued duration”]
KJV: age, course, eternal, (for) ever(-more), (n-)ever, (beginning of the , while the) world (began, without end)
Compare: G5550, G2540
NT Vines:
an age,” is translated “eternal” in Eph 3:11, lit., “(purpose) of the ages” (marg.). See AGE.

“describes duration, either undefined but not endless, as in Rom 16:25; 2Ti 1:9; Tit 1:2; or undefined because endless as in Rom 16:26, and the other sixty-six places in the NT.

“The predominant meaning of aionios, that in which it is used everywhere in the NT, save the places noted above, may be seen in 2Co 4:18, where it is set in contrast with proskairos, lit., ‘for a season,’ and in Phm 1:15, where only in the NT it is used without a noun. Moreover it is used of persons and things which are in their nature endless, as, e.g., of God, Rom 16:26; of His power, 1Ti 6:16, and of His glory, 1Pe 5:10; of the Holy Spirit, Heb 9:14; of the redemption effected by Christ, Heb 9:12, and of the consequent salvation of men, Heb 5:9, as well as of His future rule, 2Pe 1:11, which is elsewhere declared to be without end, Luk 1:33; of the life received by those who believe in Christ, Joh 3:16, concerning whom He said, ‘they shall never perish,’ Joh 10:28, and of the resurrection body, 2Co 5:1, elsewhere said to be ‘immortal,’ 1Co 15:53, in which that life will be finally realized, Mat 25:46; Tit 1:2.

“Aionios is also used of the sin that ‘hath never forgiveness,’ Mar 3:29, and of the judgment of God, from which there is no appeal, Heb 6:2, and of the fire, which is one of its instruments, Mat 18:8; Mat 25:41; Jud 1:7, and which is elsewhere said to be ‘unquenchable,’ Mar 9:43. “The use of aionios here shows that the punishment referred to in 2Th 1:9, is not temporary, but final, and, accordingly, the phraseology shows that its purpose is not remedial but retributive.” * [* From Notes on Thessalonians by Hogg and Vine, pp. 232,233.]

January 29, 2015 Thursday
Luke 19:
1.    Those that are truly the sons of Abraham are those that do not care what people think of them but rather have a fear of God that births of hunger that seeks God even if they are misunderstood. They are also humble enough to acknowledge their faults and to receive God’s forgiveness. They may have been disadvantaged by circumstances in life and out of poverty even became materially rich because their identity was more in God then in acceptance and identity from their friends and society. 1-10
2.    It is a counterfeit fear of God that acknowledges the severity of God apart from the kindness and goodness of God that brings focus on the consciousness of loss to self in place of ultimate completeness and God that motivates one to live on the self above God and ignore the righteousness of the true severity of God unto everlasting loss instead of everlasting reward. 11-27
3.    Just as the unfaithful servant was not ready and did not know the hour of his visitation so we as individuals and also corporately as the body of Christ must be aware that our focus is not on equating godliness with material blessings. This happens because of the loss of the genuine fear of God which has respect onto God as exceedingly precious so that the place of assembly before God is not treated as common but as a place of assembly or meeting with God in reverence in prayer and  as such does not tolerate covetousness and the interests and entertainments of this world. 28-48

The Secret of Conquering Faith Through Tribulation


November 6, 2014
Psalms 22 and Genesis 3:

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November 4, 2014 Tuesday

Psalms 35:

In regards to those that fight against us who follow the LORD we see that King David declares to God to take hold of shield and buckler and to stand for his help and to use offensive weapons against these enemies to stop their persecution. He declares to God to say to his soul that He is his salvation and then makes decrees of destruction against these enemies. He then declares that His very bones or the core of who he is will declare the glory of God in worship with great joy.

November 5, 2014 Wednesday

Genesis 27:

The hunger to seek to those things of lasting worth including the kingdom of God is what must be behind all our own ways of deception in order for God to bring circumstances to judge and expose it. Esau represents satisfaction with self and the things of this world as indication of never having come to true rebirth.

Isaac did not know that he was going to be sacrificed on the altar and that surprise may have also influenced his response to not be influenced by the surprise of Esau who chose not to sacrifice for his blessings of inheritance. Jacob was surprised that Esau sought to kill him and that he was deceived by Laban but the fear of God birthed faith to wrestle until there was breakthrough into the revelation of God and deliiverance.

Psalms 22: this prophetic description of the sacrifice of Christ acknowledges the holiness of God despite the surprise of being forsaken of God.
(Ps 22:3) But thou [art] holy, [O thou] that inhabitest the praises of Israel. In relation to this sacrifice there is also the emphasize twice to fear God and that out of that there will be the faith to know that God will deliver us from the surprise of trial and sacrifice.

There is also the second surprise which is of life and blessing. Isaac means, he shall laugh. This is a laughter of faith at deliverance and the bringing forth of God’s purpose out of those darkest hours just before.

November 6, 2014 Thursday

Genesis 3:
Before Adam and Eve fell by resisting temptation to take of the tree they grew into a greater awareness of the goodness of God without the awareness of the reality of the consequences and evil of going against the goodness of God contained in God’s ultimate pure integrity of love. When they fell into disobedience by believing the lie that God was less than ultimately trustworthy towards them they knew also the evil in themselves in an incompleteness that birthed a grasping consciousness of loss and shame. Their own futile attempts to cover this fear or consciousness of loss which is a self grasping fear with fig leaves before each other and God brought them to the place of honest confession before God which released God’s provision of mercy represented in covering through animal sacrifices. This brought them back to the fear of God in which there is good and evil by the integrity of God’s love in judgment that therein issues its transcendence into mercy and the right realization of God’s being of love.


January 9, 2013 The Unlimiting of Faith for Ultimate Restoration

Luke 11:

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February 17, 2013 The Secret of Overcoming Faith

John 12:

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