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Death [1]

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Adam, when he committed the disobedient, original sin of the Eden Garden, he died, not physically but spiritually. His spirit realm, sin-stained, failed to enter into the erstwhile sacred fellowship with the Creator. This is the truth about death. It was when he saw the sacrificial animals, one for him and the other for his wife that the gravity of the mark he had missed struck him. Dead animal friends of the pristine family told him: death was imminent. Every birth of Adamic progeny, as a result, became the accouchement of a walking cadaver. Death!Read More

DELAY IS NOT DENIAL (five)

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For four gruelling days of mental discomfort, the family of the deceased Lazarus continued to ask, “Why us; where is Jesus, the supposedly Friend of our dear brother?” Questions that refused to supply some meaningful answers. God must do things in style. When He eventually showed up –God always shows up to people of faith—, Jesus told them what they never knew of Him, “I am the resurrection, and the life.” Verse 40 reads, “Jesus saith unto her, Said I not unto thee, that, if thou wouldest believe, thou shouldest see the glory of God?” The Author of soteriology took them back to the day of old, the day when as the Visitant He ask of Abraham’s understanding, "Is any thing too hard for the LORD" [Genesis 18:14]?Read More

DELAY IS NOT DENIAL (two)

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The word ‘spoken’ in the first verse is dâbar (daw-bar'): ‘to arrange; used figuratively (of words) to speak; speech, word, speaking, thing.’ It is very important to note that the words ‘any thing’ of Genesis 18:14 and ‘spoken’ of Genesis 21:1 mean the same thing. Our business is to look into the Scriptures; get a word that answers our predicament; bind securely our faith to it; and God has just given you the desire of your heart. Forsooth, delay is not denial! Be wise not to drop your guard of faith. Can you afford to disappoint the LORD God? Selah!Read More

CHRISTIANITY (5)

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God will never create another species of people better than Christians. We are His peripoesis. What is peripoesis? It is found in 1Peter 2:9, “But ye are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, an holy nation, a peculiar people; that ye should shew forth the praises of him who hath called you out of darkness into his marvellous light:” The word ‘peculiar’ is the Greek peripoesis, which makes us a purchased property of His Divinity. If God will ever buy anything, would He spend His resources in exchange for a perishable item? As sinful as humans are, no right thinking one among us would want to use our hard earned money on anything that is valueless. Jehovah sits in eternity. If He should love to purchase clothing, for instance, would the ETERNAL One buy raiment that will ever go out of fashion? Would the LORD God give out His bargaining strength for an acquisition that will see and be affected by corruption? Would a fabric that will be torn, as the time goes on, be God’s acquired possession? Peripoesis have definitions of: ‘preservation, safe keeping and a purchased acquisition.’ The preservation of the Christian is the sole preserve of the Trinity. How do I know this? It says in the Scriptures, “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life” [John 3:16]. Read More

CHRISTIANITY (4)

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Christianity, from this Petrine Epistle, is a selection reminiscent of God’s sculptural hands, as He picked a piece of clay from among the abundance of its enormous earthly deposit. If the Sculptor’s ingenious acumen had not gone any further, Adam would have remained just a mere masterpiece of sculpture. But the good Lord, Christ, the Second Member of the Godhead, desired more than a piece of clayey work of art. He breathed a personal and physical breath of life into the lifeless mould. “And Adam became a living soul,” so we have in the Mosaic couch of Genesis 2:7; the word 'man’ in this verse is actually ‘Adam’ of the Hebraic 'adam (aw-dawm'): ‘ruddy (from the redness of the colour of the earth) i.e. a human being (an individual or the species, mankind, etc.). In sharing life with the Adamic nature, Christianity was ushered into the generational stock of empyreal reality. Adam became Jehovah’s next of kin! Kinsmen of the Godhead. Unbelievable it looked –to an onlooking Lucifer. There is more to being a Christian –regality of sacerdotalism. We are priestly kings –in the order of Melchizedek. It is a spiritual suzerainty that puts divine connectivity solely in the hands of Christianity. There is much more. Christianity, by the blood covenant of atonement, has metamorphosed into a saint, most holy, physically pure, morally blameless and ceremonially consecrated tribe of empyreal order. And what is more? The peculiarity of Christianity is absolutely of the Divinity. Our connection to the soteriological new birth is unto an acquisition of a tribe, eternally precious, a preserve of the Almighty Elohiym. No race –not even Israel—, at any point of historical time, is this elevated. Hallelujah! Read More

CHRISTIANITY (3)

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Through the children of God, great emperors have heard veracious vaticination of global events. Nebuchadnezzar even became a believer before his death. A most erratic Ahasuerus would give a most favourable attention to the prayer of queen Esther whose true Hebrew name, Hadassah, typifies the Christian. Hadassah is Hebrew for the myrtle tree. How is Hadassah the typicality of the Christian Church? It is 1) a lowly tree. 2) a fragrant shrub. 3) beautiful; and 4) happens to be an evergreen plant. Lowliness of the myrtle makes the Christian of an obedient and humble heart. “Rejoice greatly, O daughter of Zion; shout, O daughter of Jerusalem: behold, thy King cometh unto thee: he is just, and having salvation; lowly, and riding upon an ass, and upon a colt the foal of an ass” (Zechariah 9:9). The Christian Church gives off a pleasant smell to the nostrils of the Divinity. 2Corinthians 2:15 “For we are unto God a sweet savour of Christ, in them that are saved, and in them that perish.” Read More

Faith Versus Empirical Veridicality [1]

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The very second you try to rationalize God’s protocol, you, most definitely, call His Divine sapience to question. That is why I view lack of faith as the biggest sin, in that, your faithless proclivity calls Jehovah God “a Liar!” You call, most definitely, His claim of, “But with God nothing shall be impossible” to microscopic scrutiny, asking scientific empiricism to decide on the truth! Do you realize that when you suffer the existential phenomenon of man’s experience to swing your reasoning a la empirical slant in total disregard of faith in the word of God, you have just dropped the ball, hindering your eternal walk with the Creator? Genesis 3:6 quotes the LORD God, telling His story, to Moses: “And when the woman saw that the tree was good for food, and that it was pleasant to the eyes, and a tree to be desired to make one wise, she took of the fruit thereof, and did eat, and gave also unto her husband with her; and he did eat.” The woman pushed faith aside, believing the phenomenality of the calculative pleasantness seen on the cursed fruit!Read More

WHO ELSE, IF NOT JESUS? (XVI)

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This is exactly what Lucifer had desiderated, all these eons. He had his mind absolutely beclouded with a psychopathological crave for deification. He must bring intelligent beings together in the worship of Lucifer. He tried it when the whole world came under the first king of the earth, Nimrod, the Baal, the sun god. All that the Devil had to do is feed this religious coadunation of his satanic crave into the warped minds of these New Agers. They love it, having been lost spiritually. In the final analysis, the Antichrist will succeed in the grand unification of all religions. But, as the good Lord will have it, all born again Christians would have gone with the promised rapture to eternal bliss of heaven.Read More

WHO ELSE, IF NOT JESUS? (XV)

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Take a good look at John 1:1, there are two that are of the Deity. How can there be two, each of Whom is God, in verse one? Simple! We have to go back to Genesis. Chapter one of verse one reads: “In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.” The sobriquet ‘God’ in Hebrew is 'Elohiym (el-o-heem'): ‘1. gods in the ordinary sense 2. but specifically used (in the plural thus, especially with the article) of the supreme God 3. occasionally applied by way of deference to magistrates 4. and sometimes as a superlative.’ If it is plural, then the Trinity was involved in creationism. Is there a singular form of the Hebraic 'Elohiym? Yes, it is 'Elowahh (el-o'-ah; rarely (shortened) >eloahh {el-o'-ah}) ‘a deity or the Deity.’ 'Elowahh appears 56 times in the Old Testament, 51 of it are in reference to Jehovah God.Read More

Conjugal Gist (1)

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The marriage institution is God's most guarded secret. Satan did everything to destroy the prognosticative Eden version. His preoccupied fetish was to bring Adam, the female, under his worshipful control. It was the moment of the truth. It was Lucifer's scrimmage for the ownership of Adam's dominion. There was only one woman. The woman did not fall into the machination of Lucifer. God's triumph engendered the physical, bridal Church of Jesus. Today there is only one Jesus and only one Church. The emergent Church came into physical existence only after the death, resurrection, ascension and session of Jesus. Before the woman of Eden came into being the dead Adam had risen from sleep, which is the Hebraic tardêmâh (tar-day-maw'), a type of death in their language.Read More