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The Seed Sown II

In this study we will examine the fruit of the seed in a systematic approach to continue to substantiate what the seed is that’s designed to bring about a character of holiness. We will also be answering the following questions. What does the heart represent? What standard are we judged by? What is spiritual fruit? What happens if we don’t produce spiritual fruit? How do we receive the newness of life? How do we know we are children of Elohim? What is the word of Elohim? How does Elohim perform a good work in us? What has the power to manifest change in our lives? In addition, we will continue to address the argument and theological notion that when a man becomes a believer in the Anointed he is endowed with the Holy Spirit which then assists him with his … Read entire article »

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The Seed Sown I

In this study we are going to examine the catalyst that brings about a complete change in a persons nature. We will look at the process and instrument used to accomplish this and answer the following questions. What is the word? How are we transformed by the word? How are we drawn away from the word? Why are we tested? What is the fruit of the word? Did Yahshua come with a whole new teaching? What is the law? What law did Yahshua nullify at his resurrection? What does it mean to be spiritually minded? How do we become sons of Elohim? What is sound doctrine predicated on? Who was the law for? What must be in our minds? Lets begin by defining the word seed, which means a source or beginning; A Germ; Offspring; Progeny; When a great multitude came together, and people from … Read entire article »

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The Mind Heart Connection III

The purpose of this study is to gain an understanding of the manifestation of the Spirit specifically focusing on one aspect of its multiple meanings. Many Theologians, Hebrews, and Christians alike teach on topics driven by unique cultural words which may have several meanings and connotations. It’s important to understand that a single word can have multiple meanings, and is a rule in most languages, including Hebrew, therefore we need to be careful to take this into consideration when studying the scripture. Sadly, Christian and Hebraic bodies examination of New Testament studies are often in error, frequently injecting felicitous slants and obscure words because they lack the understanding of how a word with multiple meanings is used and the message the author intended. Therefore, we will be addressing the following … Read entire article »

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The Mind Heart Connection II

The purpose of this study is to gain an understanding of the manifestation of the Spirit specifically focusing on one aspect of its multiple meanings. Many Theologians, Hebrews, and Christians alike teach on topics driven by unique cultural words which may have several meanings and connotations. It’s important to understand that a single word can have multiple meanings, and is a rule in most languages, including Hebrew, therefore we need to be careful to take this into consideration when studying the scripture. Sadly, Christian and Hebraic bodies examination of New Testament studies are often in error, frequently injecting felicitous slants and obscure words because they lack the understanding of how a word with multiple meanings is used and the message the author intended. Therefore, we will be addressing the following … Read entire article »

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The Mind Heart Connection I

The purpose of this study is to gain an understanding of the manifestation of the Spirit specifically focusing on one aspect of its multiple meanings. Many Theologians, Hebrews, and Christians alike teach on topics driven by unique cultural words which may have several meanings and connotations. It’s important to understand that a single word can have multiple meanings, and is a rule in most languages, including Hebrew, therefore we need to be careful to take this into consideration when studying the scripture. Sadly, Christian and Hebraic bodies examination of New Testament studies are often in error, frequently injecting felicitous slants and obscure words because they lack the understanding of how a word with multiple meanings is used and the message the author intended. Therefore, we will be addressing the following … Read entire article »

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