This week we spoke of the things that get in the way of our prayers. Generally, mankind has hearts full of idols. We are told to love God with all our heart, is there a war in your heart?
Gn. 15: 18; 22:7-8 II Sa. 24:14 I Sa. 15:21 Dt. 32:35-37 Rm. 9:1-8; 10:1,2
This week we spoke of the covenant between God and the people of Israel. It was in this manner God established the order, in which, He would have even us to live. The ten commandments were written with the finger of God. This was recorded 8/9/17. May God bless you richly with this teaching.
This week we spoke of the final pieces of the tabernacle as they are layed out in chapter 30. The Golden Altar, or Alter of Incense, which is carried out in the eighth chapter of Revelation. This is a symbol of the prayers of the saints. As we dug into the subject of atonement we spoke of expiation and deeper matters of justice. As we have been reconciled through the atoning blood of Christ Jesus, the natural progression is that we would become intercessors for others, in hopes that they may also be reconciled. This was recorded 8/2/17
Notes for this week:
Lv. 5:16: 10:16-20; 17:11 Nm. 5:7-8; 8:20-21; 16:48; 25: 10-13 Ps. 45:7-9; 141:2 Is. 1:16-18; 9:6-7 Dn. 7: 14, 27 Ho. 13:14 Mt. 17:24; 20:28 Lk. 23: 39-41 Ep. 5:26 He. 12:28 I Ti. 2:1-6
This week we discussed two promises given by God, both of which were fulfilled by Jesus through the work of the cross. We spoke of the symbolism of anointing the tabernacle, and the garments of the
priests and how it applies to us as we should be anointed with the power of God through the baptism of the Holy Ghost. We examined the thread which binds the library which is the Holy Bible. This is not to give faith so much but to deepen the faith we already have.
This was recorded 7/26/17 live at the Ten Commandments Garden in Columbia Falls, MT
Lv. 4:13-16; 8:35-36 Ps. 110:1,4 Hg. 2:11-15
Mt. 22:42-45; 23:18-23 He.7:1-4, 13-16, 26-28 Ph.4:8
This week we discussed the garments of the priests and their implications to our lives as believers today. We are not priests of the line of Aaron, but as Jesus was, in the line Melchisedek, which literally means king of righteousness.
This was recorded 7/19/17
Rv. 21:19-21; 3:12; 2:17, Nm. 9:11-13; 18:21-24, Lv. 1:4;8:6-11; 23:27-28, Ep. 6:14, He. 5:1-6
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