Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Eye Hath Not Seen - by Pastor Kevin Sadler


   Eye Hath Not Seen
Kevin Sadler



“In 1 Corinthians 2:9, what is ‘the things which God hath prepared for them that love Him’ referring to?”

 “But as it is written, Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love Him” (1 Corinthians 2:9).This verse is commonly interpreted to refer to the glories of heaven which none has seen nor heard. Once we get a meaning for a verse in our minds, it is often difficult to dislodge it and consider any other meaning.

However, here Paul wrote about the truths of the Mystery that have been revealed to those who love the Lord in this dispensation of grace. “The things which God hath prepared for them that love Him” were not seen nor heard in the past, and they never “entered into the heart of man” because they were “hid in God” (Ephesians 3:9) and were never before revealed. But Paul writes in the next verse in 1 Corinthians 6:10: “But God hath revealed them unto us by His Spirit.” Now the Mystery has been fully revealed! Now we see and know the things God has prepared for us as members of the Body of Christ through the Holy Spirit via illumination to His Word.

Paul’s point here is not the things in heaven God has prepared for us. Rather, it is that God has fully revealed to us His formerly-hidden wisdom, the Mystery and the dispensation of grace. God has revealed to us our heavenly calling and our blessed hope (Philippians 3:20; Titus 2:13) which He “hath prepared” and “ordained before the world unto our glory” (1 Corinthians 2:7), and we can see it, know it, and enjoy it right now!
Les Feldick All Day Seminar From Tulsa, Oklahoma
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How God Saves Men

Believing Christ DIED, that’s HISTORY.

Believing Christ DIED for YOU SINS and Rose again that’s SALVATION.

ead Acts 16L31 Romans 1:16, and 1. Corinthians 15:1-4





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Sunday, January 21, 2018

1. Video's on The BOOK OF JUDE Les Feldick




     1.  Video's on The BOOK OF JUDE 
Les Feldick

1.    Les Feldick Book 58 Lesso 3 Segment 1   Jude    

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOgN0x8UQMI&t=4

 

 Les Feldick All Day Seminar From Tulsa, Oklahoma

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m569ol9hFcg&feature=player_embedded




How God Saves Men

Believing Christ DIED, that’s HISTORY.

Believing Christ DIED for YOU SINS and Rose again that’s SALVATION.

ead Acts 16L31 Romans 1:16, and 1. Corinthians 15:1-4





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Walk, Don't Run! - by Pastor Ricky Kurth


Walk, Don't Run!

by Pastor Ricky Kurth

“…as the Lord hath called every one, so let him walk… Art thou called being a servant? Care not for it…” (I Corinthians 7:17,21).
Some Christians find it troubling that the Bible counsels slaves to be content in their difficult circumstances, and walk in obedience to their masters rather than run away from them in rebellion (Eph. 6:5; Col. 3:22). But there were legitimate reasons why men were slaves in those days, and God has never been in favor of freeing “a lawful captive” from his owner (Isa. 49:24).

The Apostle Paul did tell slaves, “if thou mayest be made free, use it rather” (I Cor. 7:21). For example, if a man was a slave because he was working off his financial debts, if someone offered to pay his debts, this was benevolence that no servant should ignore. But if there was no legitimate means by which a servant could be made free, it was God’s will that he walk in the calling wherewith he had been called (I Cor. 7:17).

Of course, unbelievers think that this is terrible advice, and they aren’t shy about criticizing the Bible for not encouraging slaves to run away from their masters. But that’s because they’re thinking of the kind of slavery that existed in the early days of our country, when innocent people were kidnapped from Africa and brought here as slaves to serve in an illegitimate form of bondage. This type of slavery is condemned in Scripture, and those who dared perpetrate it in Israel were given the death penalty (Ex. 21:16). Yet even when men were kidnapped and wrongfully enslaved, Paul’s advice to be content in servitude was good counsel, for often it was just not possible for slaves to escape bondage, and God does not wish His children to live lives of abject frustration and misery.

But if you are thinking that it is equally impossible to “care not” for being a slave, consider the counsel that Paul went on to give servants in the very next verse,
“For he that is called in the Lord, being a servant, is the Lord’s freeman…” (I Cor. 7:22).
The key to finding contentment as a slave was to remember that believing slaves were free men in the eyes of the Lord. In other words, the secret to being content in the harsh circumstances of bondage was for servants to look past their circumstances and focus on how God saw them in Christ. That is, when slaves couldn’t change their circumstances, the key to contentment was to change how they thought about their circumstances.

Now, is there anything you can learn from that about your difficult circumstances? Sometimes our situation in life can’t be changed any more than a slave could change his. Of course, if there is a legitimate means by which you might be made free from your difficulties, by all means do what Paul told slaves to do with such an opportunity and “use it.” But if you can’t change your circumstances, why not follow Paul’s advice and change the way you think about them?

If life has you feeling like a captive for whom there is no escape, never lose sight of the spiritual reality that you are “the Lord’s freeman.” Focusing on the problems that have you feeling imprisoned will only make you as miserable as the slave who focused on his. Focusing on “the liberty wherewith Christ hath made us free” (Gal. 5:1) is the only path to rejoicing.


It’s the secret of life.

Les Feldick All Day Seminar From Tulsa, Oklahoma
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m569ol9hFcg&feature=player_embedded




How God Saves Men

Believing Christ DIED, that’s HISTORY.

Believing Christ DIED for YOU SINS and Rose again that’s SALVATION.

ead Acts 16L31 Romans 1:16, and 1. Corinthians 15:1-4





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Saturday, January 20, 2018

35 Video's – On THE 8 MYSTERIES REVEALED To Paul - By JESUS CHRIST By Les Feldick

35 Video's – On THE 8 MYSTERIES REVEALED  To Paul By JESUS CHRIST
By Les Feldick

1. Les Feldick Book 74 Lesson 1 Segment 1

2. Les Feldick Book 74 Lesson 1 Segment 2

3. Les Feldick Book 74 Lesson 1 Segment 3

4. Les Feldick Book 74 Lesson 1 Segment 4

5.  Les Feldick Book 74 Lesson 2 Segment 1

6. Les Feldick Book 74 Lesson 2 Segment 2

7. Les Feldick Book 74 Lesson 2 Segment 3

8. Les Feldick Book 74 Lessn 2 Segment 4

9. Les Feldick Book 74 Lesson 3 Segment 1

10. Les Feldick Book 74 Lessn 3 Segment 2

11. Les Feldick Book 74 Lesson 3 Segment 3

12. Les Feldick Book 74 Lesson 3 Segment 4

13.  Les Feldick Book 75 Lesson 1  Segment 1

14. Les Feldick Book 75 Lesson 1  Segment 2

15. Les Feldick Book 75 Lesson 1  Segment 3

16. Les Feldick Book 75 Lesson 1  Segment 4

17. Les Feldick Book 75 Lesson 2  Segment 1

18. Les Feldick Book 75 Lesson 2  Segment 2

19. Les Feldick Book 75 Lesson 2  Segment 3

20. Les Feldick Book 75 Lesson 2  Segment 4

21. Les Feldick Book 75 Lesson 3 Segment 1

22. Les Feldick Book 75 Lesson 3 Segment 2

23. Les Feldick Book 75 Lesson 3 Segment 3

24. Les Feldick Book 75 Lesson 3 Segment 4

25.  Les Feldick Book 76 Lesson 1 Segment 1

26. Les Feldick Book 76 Lesson 1 Segment 2

26. Les Feldick Book 76 Lesson 1 Segment 3

27. Les Feldick Book 76 Lesson 1 Segment 4

28. Les Feldick Book 7 Lesson 2 Segmen 1

29. Les Feldick Book 76 Lesson 2 Segment 2

30. Les Feldick Book 76 Lesson 2 Segment 3

31. Les Feldick Book 76 Lesson 2 Segment 4
32. Les Feldick Book 76 Lesson 3 Segment 1

33.. Les Feldick Book 76 Lesson 3 Segment 2

34. Les Feldick Book 76 Lesson 3 Segment 3


35. Les Feldick Book 76 Lesson 3 Segment 4
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The Power Of Godliness - by Pastor Cornelius R. Stam


The Power Of Godliness

by Pastor Cornelius R. Stam
God would have us live as His own sacred possession, separate from this world-system, but godliness is out of style these days. Religious leaders in ever greater number are telling us that to win the world we must become part of it and to win the people of the world we must fellowship with them in the things they do and the places to which they go. But the believer cannot impress the world by conforming to it. And even if he could this approach would still be contrary to the Will of God, for His Word exhorts us:

“Be not conformed to this world, but be ye transformed by the re- newing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and accept- able and perfect, will of God” (Rom. 12:2).
It is true godliness, consistent separation to God from this world, which most deeply impresses the lost to whom we bear witness.

True godliness exerts enormous spiritual power. It causes men to toil and sacrifice, yea to suffer and die for Christ and for others. It exerts a profound influence upon those with whom it comes into contact. A truly godly believer will win the respect of other believers and by his example encourage them to live godly lives, while at the same time his godliness will convict the lost, so that they will either be angered or will turn to Christ for salvation.

This is why II Tim. 3:12 says: “Yea, and all that will live godly in Christ Jesus shall suffer persecution.” Carnal Christians do not like to think about the word “all” in this passage, but it is there and stands as a rebuke to their lack of consecration to God. They have “a form of godliness” but deny “the power thereof” (II Timothy 3:5).


Les Feldick All Day Seminar From Tulsa, Oklahoma
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m569ol9hFcg&feature=player_embedded




How God Saves Men

Believing Christ DIED, that’s HISTORY.

Believing Christ DIED for YOU SINS and Rose again that’s SALVATION.

ead Acts 16L31 Romans 1:16, and 1. Corinthians 15:1-4





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Monday, January 15, 2018

The First Book To Read - by Pastor Cornelius R. Stam


The First Book To Read
by Pastor Cornelius R. Stam


In years gone by, when life was simpler, men had more time to ponder over the really important questions: What will become of me when I die? Is there a heaven — and a hell? Can I know God? Will He forgive my sins? If so, on what basis? What must I do to be saved?

The materialism, commercialism and technology of our day, however, have so complicated life that secondary problems hinder many people from even considering at leisure that which is most important.

Yet, despite all the hurry and anxiety, all the noise and distraction, there are troubled souls, hungering and thirsting for true satisfaction, for hearts cleansed from sin, for deliverance from the awful burden of a guilty conscience.

Such people should read Paul’s Epistle to the Romans and meditate on its great message of salvation. In fact, this is the first book they ought to read.

In Romans the inspired Apostle declares that “all have sinned” (3:23) and that “the wages of sin is death” (6:23). But this is not all. Romans also proclaims the good news that the Lord Jesus Christ “was delivered for our offences, and was raised again for our justification” and that therefore we may have “peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ” (4:25; 5:1).

More than this, Romans offers abundant grace to all who trust in Christ. “The law entered that the offence might abound, but where sin abounded grace did much more abound” (5:20,21). Thus believers are “justified freely by [God’s] grace, through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus” (3:24) and “the [free] gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord” (6:23).

We urge those who are not sure of salvation to read carefully and prayerfully this great Epistle to the Romans. You may be thanking God for the rest of your earthly life — and forever — that you  . 


Les Feldick All Day Seminar From Tulsa, Oklahoma
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m569ol9hFcg&feature=player_embedded




How God Saves Men

Believing Christ DIED, that’s HISTORY.

Believing Christ DIED for YOU SINS and Rose again that’s SALVATION.

ead Acts 16L31 Romans 1:16, and 1. Corinthians 15:1-4





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