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September 2022


This Light is not a created Being; this is the One John calls the True Light. This Light is the One to whom the accreditation of the fullness of Godhead bodily dwells; of who also is the eternal repository of all the treasures of the knowledge and wisdom of God. Without Him was not anything made that was an entity of creationism. There must be the divine presence of the Light before anything could come into existence. This Light created the angelic beings of celestial abode of the Majesty, no wonder it is said in Scripture, “And again, when he bringeth in the firstbegotten into the world, he saith, And let all the angels of God worship him” (Hebrews 1:6). Who is worshipped, if not the Creator? Morning stars, being many, are the works of the creative hands of God, hence, sons of God. Like their Maker, they exude light to prove the handiwork of who brought them to physical actuality.Read More


The Adamic pristine couple was not robed in the animal skins just for the thrill and fun of Christmas clothing purchased for the children. It was a grand connectivity with the soteriology. It was purely sacrificial. The Bible does not disclose how many lambs, goats or rams were slaughtered. But it is quite clear that it was for the Eden couple. The number two, being the Scriptural numerology for witness and of testimony, they stood in prognostication of the True Lamb of God – Adam being of His image. As far as God was concerned, salvation had come to mankind, even in his sinfulness. It is on account of this facticity that one Pauline couch reads, “But God commendeth his love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us” (Romans 5:8). And because it is solely the choice of Divinity, one should understand why it also says, “Not of works, lest any man should boast” (Ephesians 2:9). One very good reason that called for the Adamic elevation was the need for God to give Himself the legality to put Lucifer away for good. When you read something like God 'being needy' for whatever it is, it is never in the sense of Divine bankruptcy or shortcoming. Jehovah has all He needs or wants from eternality of the past to the futuristic periods of eternity. In all aspects, God wields absolute perfection. Sitting under Scriptural exegetical didacticism of God’s need for anything simply points to the facticity that pictures the humble stance of Divinity, assuming the status of cognitive operational reality known of Adamic level. Read More


David would ask, “Should I go up?” and to find out whether God is interested in his desire or not he will come up with the next question bordering on his success, “Wilt thou deliver them into my hands,” because it is just not a matter of going out to do something; whatever does not translate into a successful end is a useless venture. To each Davidic probing discourse God did give a definite answer to David’s audibility. At another time, God, the tactical Man of war, told David how the war would be won. Two things are learnt here, God did speak into the hearing faculty of an Adamic creature; number two, it proved that God was the true winner of that war; and is still the winning influence in all Adamic ventures. Samuel was only a small boy when the LORD GOD made him a channel to vaticinate the intent of His Divinity. Indeed, God is not a respecter of persons; meaning that God does not allow the physiognomical fame of your person before deciding to use or reject you. All you need is to be ready for Him, and you are counted as God’s ministerial tool of immense value. The jejunity of Samuel is so evident in the way he ran to Eli, saying, “Here am I; for thou didst call me,” three whole times!Read More


The only reason for David to make verbal connectivity with the LORD God is because he knew how that the God of Israel had spoken to His firstborn at Mount Sinai. He had seen how Jehovah had communed with Israel through Samuel, the High Priest, Prophet and Judge of the people of God. David believed in this God, Who had taken care of him in every way. God knows those whose hearts are with Him; and to them He had always been graciously available, to show forth the praises of Him Who has called us out of the darkness of Luciferian Satanism. David’s enquiries were always direct. God never tried to beat about the bush as if He had no knowledge of the desire of the petitioner; God had always been specifically forthright in His conversational rapport. A rapprochement is the resultant effect when God elevated Adam.Read More


God spoke the first four of the Ten Commandments to the aural attention of all the children of Israel who stood around the Sinai Mountain. The first four Commandments taught them how to relate to the LORD, their God. The next six taught them how to live among their human selves. They heard the voice of the LORD God clearly as one human speaks to another. “Go in this thy might, and thou shalt save Israel from the hand of the Midianites: have not I sent thee?” This is another proof that God came physically down to earth, was seen by man, and had the rarest privilege to stand face to face in discussion with the Adamic race, during the dispensation of the law. It also took place in the New Testament. Acts 13:2 “As they ministered to the Lord, and fasted, the Holy Ghost said, Separate me Barnabas and Saul for the work whereunto I have called them.” At this time it was in the dispensation of grace or the Church Age. Note the personal pronoun, “Me” and “I” that the Holy Spirit used in reference to Himself concerning the work of evangelism. God has personal interest in the Adamic race, especially, the regenerate humanity.Read More


By the expression ‘face to face,’ close proximity is meant. Did Adam not see Him in the Eden Garden? So, why would His face be hidden from ocular exercise? Christ came with the full glory known only of the eternal Father and the Holy Spirit, and to behold that divine visage of eternality is to be scrutinized for absolute sinlessness and be found absolutely guiltless, not even of a smidgeon short of the glory of God. Christ had not settled the Adamic conflict with his Maker; to look at the Creator in the face – an offensive affront – is to be ready for judgment without having the covering of the righteousness of the slain Lamb of God – quite ominous.Read More