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“But – God’s Pure Language”

Zephaniah, whose name from the Hebrew means, “Hidden of Jehovah”, is a name that points to a truth that God hides from the eyes of carnal man’s understanding until revelation comes by the Holy Spirit. Zephaniah was a contemporary of … Continue reading

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“Books and Seals – Opened”

Consideration must be given concerning just what does it mean when God declares that the kingdom of God is within you? John 18:36 says, “Jesus answered, my kingdom is not of this world. If My kingdom were of this world, … Continue reading

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“Birthed into His Presence”

The seventh month had arrived and among the children of Israel, a change was beginning to take place. All the activities of a normal day of life were changing as a new sound began coming forth to affect them. Suddenly, … Continue reading

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“Being of Spiritual Value – A Measuring Rod”

Eph. 4:13-15, “Till we all come to the unity of the faith and of the knowledge of the Son of God, to a perfect man, to the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ; that we should no … Continue reading

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“Assembling His Kingdom of Priest”

The present day movement taking place around the throne-room of God is the results of a certain time and season, ordained by God, that has come upon His people. This movement is one that is completing the purification process that … Continue reading

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“Ascension Time is Upon Us”

The visible church, as it is looked upon by the world in general, is seen as being but a building erected by man to entertain their own religious ideals. These ideals are rituals promoted for self and others of like-kind … Continue reading

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“Are We Willing to Become God’s Fullness?”

The word “fullness” is a word, as used here, with the meaning of “a full number, full complement, full measure, copiousness, plenitude, that which has been completed”. When referring to the things of God, it speaks of an infilling of … Continue reading

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