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Tuesday, June 01, 2021

LED BY THE PEACE OF GOD IN OUR HEARTS

'And let the peace of God rule in your hearts, to the which also ye are called in one body; and be ye thankful.' - Colossians 3 vs 15

Hello dearly Beloved of GOD in CHRIST. I Trust GOD that this Article is gonna give you much light and insight into this Kingdom mystery which I now share with you. AMEN.

Let's take a closer look at the first part of our opening Bible passage;

'And let the peace of God rule in your hearts, to the which also ye are called in one body...' - Colossians 3 vs 15a {KJV}

It says, let the Peace of GOD rule in our hearts. The word "rule" as used in that passage is from the Greek word brabeuĊ, which means 'to govern'. To govern means to lead, to have the authority or final authority over a people or a matter. Let's look at that passage in the Amplified Bible Translation to have a more precise view of that verse;

'And let the peace (soul harmony which comes) from Christ rule (act as umpire continually) in your hearts [deciding and settling with finality all questions that arise in your minds, in that peaceful state] to which as [members of Christ’s] one body you were also called [to live]. And be thankful (appreciative), [giving praise to God always].' - {AMPLIFIED BIBLE TRANSLATION}

It says let the Peace which comes from CHRIST act as umpire continually in our hearts. An Umpire is an official of a sports game, who decides the play of the game. So in other words, that verse says, Let the Peace of CHRIST decide the outgoings of our lives in our hearts. Hallelujah! The verse says, let the Peace which comes from CHRIST rule (act as umpire continually) in our hearts, deciding and settling with finality all questions that arise in our minds, in that peaceful state. Glory to GOD. So it's the Peace of CHRIST that should decide and settle the decisions of our lives; it's the Peace of CHRIST that should have the final authority in our hearts over our actions (whether to do them or not), our decisions (whether we should go on with them or not). Glory to GOD. If we live by this Divine Order, we will never be confused or frustrated over any decision or plan of ours, we will always know what to do. Hallelujah!

Let the peace of GOD lead us. We must be sensitive to know that the absence or presence of GOD'S Peace in our Hearts is a Divine voice of direction telling us what not to do or what to do.

A Believer must be sensitive to the presence or absence of GOD'S Peace in His heart, as that is a way at which GOD leads us and guides our actions and decisions. You are having plans to do a thing, and your heart is without Peace, there's so much struggle in your heart? that's a clear leading from GOD that you should not do that thing which you planned to do. The Verse says, Let the Peace of GOD rule in your hearts. In other words, let the Peace of GOD be the determinant that guides our thoughts, plans and actions, and this guidance happens in our hearts through the absence or presence of Peace. So, GOD leads us from our hearts, and HE uses the tool of PEACE to orchestrate HIS leading in our lives. Hallelujah!

Let the Peace of GOD be the regulatory determinant of your life - This is GOD's pattern in leading us. Glory to GOD.

The Good News Translation of the Bible puts it plain;

'The peace that Christ gives is to guide you in the decisions you make; for it is to this peace that God has called you together in the one body. And be thankful.' - Colossians 3 vs 15

THE PEACE THAT CHRIST GIVES IS TO GUIDE YOU IN THE DECISIONS YOU MAKE

GOD has Blessed you.
- Jenning U. Angel

Wednesday, May 26, 2021

THE KNOWLEDGE OF CHRIST IN THE BELIEVER & THE MINISTRY OF THE HOLY SPIRIT IN THE BELIEVER

'But the Comforter, which is the Holy Ghost, whom the Father will send in my name, he shall teach you all things, and bring all things to your remembrance, whatsoever I have said unto you.' - John 14 vs 26

Many Believers are depressed, not knowing what to do. Yet, they have been baptized with the HOLY SPIRIT, the HOLY SPIRIT is in them, yet they are depressed. Why? Because they lack the knowledge of CHRIST in them.

'And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.' - John 8 vs 32 {KJV}

It's by the knowledge of the TRUTH that a man gives room for the HOLY SPIRIT to bring the man into liberty in CHRIST. The HOLY SPIRIT handles the TRUTH OF CHRIST resident in the Believers to melt out the depression and darkness in the Believer's heart and mind.

The knowledge of the TRUTH in a Believer is the activation of the Ministry of the HOLY SPIRIT in that Believer for the Believer. - Selah. Let's take a look at our opening Bible passage;

'But the Comforter, which is the Holy Ghost, whom the Father will send in my name, he shall teach you all things, and bring all things to your remembrance, whatsoever I have said unto you.' - John 14 vs 26 {KJV}

HE SHALL BRING ALL THINGS TO YOUR REMEMBRANCE WHATSOEVER I HAVE SAID UNTO YOU

You see, the LORD makes plain here what the ministry of the HOLY SPIRIT would be for the Believers. HE makes it clear the the HOLY SPIRIT will bring to our remembrance the things HE has said to us. Take note that the bringing back to remembrance the word of the LORD to the Believer is one of the Ministries of the HOLY SPIRIT, and that is the particular Ministry I am addressing in this teaching. There are other ministries of the HOLY SPIRIT which HE carries out in the Believers in CHRIST. For example, the LORD said (in that verse above) that the HOLY SPIRIT will teach us all things - that's another Ministry of the HOLY SPIRIT in the Believer, but in this teaching, I am talking about the HOLY SPIRIT's ministry of remembrance in the Believer. Okay. So that means that the HOLY SPIRIT does not minister to a man HIS own words, but HE ministers to a man the Words of CHRIST. That simply means, if a Believer does not have the words of CHRIST in His heart, the HOLY SPIRIT will not minister remembrance to that Believer. Hence, that Believer will walk in confusion, grief, frustration, not knowing what to do or how to overcome a situation, yet the HOLY SPIRIT is inside of Him - His lack of knowledge of the words of CHRIST has made the Ministry (of bringing to remembrance) of the HOLY SPIRIT in Him non-operational. - Selah

You see, many times, all we need to be free from certain burdens that attack our hearts is the reminder of GOD's Grace towards us. Many times, what we need to be free from restlessness which troubles our hearts and minds is the reminder of GOD's goodness. Many times, what we need to be free from anxiety and worries which trouble our hearts and minds is the reminder of GOD's Love towards us. That's all, and we will be free and dwell in Peace. Absolute peace! This is why the LORD sent us the HOLY SPIRIT, so that HE can carry out that ministry in us, bringing to our remembrance the words of the LORD which reveals the Goodness, Love, Grace and Mercy of GOD in our hearts, and by the WORD, we are healed of our pains, and free from all burdens. Glory to GOD. How then can a Believer experience this gracious ministry of the HOLY SPIRIT if He has not the words of CHRIST dwelling richly in His heart? - Selah

'Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly in all wisdom...' - Colossians 3 vs 16a {KJV}
- Selah

The HOLY SPIRIT does not leave a Believer who commits sin. It's the ignorance of the knowledge of CHRIST and HIS Finished Work of Salvation in such Believer that makes his heart empty and void of peace and liberty. Let Him go for knowledge - the knowledge of the TRUTH. The HOLY SPIRIT works with knowledge. No knowledge of CHRIST in a Believer? then that Believer will not experience the ministry of the HOLY SPIRIT that brings to the remembrance of the Believer the graciousness of the LORD. You see that? - Selah

Dearly beloved, go for knowledge - the knowledge of the TRUTH, the knowledge of CHRIST, the knowledge of CHRIST's Finished Work of Salvation for man.

GOD has Blessed you.
- Jenning U. Angel

Monday, April 26, 2021

HE CANNOT DENY HIMSELF - PART 2

'If we believe not, yet he abideth faithful: he cannot deny himself.' - 2 Timothy 2 vs 13

Greetings dearly Beloved of GOD in CHRIST JESUS. Be blessed and refreshed in the spirit of your mind in reading these words shared in this Article. GOD is with you.

The aim of this Article is to show you one thing about the LORD you need to know. Now, what does this statement mean "HE CANNOT DENY HIMSELF" as seen in our opening Bible passage? It means that The LORD cannot deny HIS nature, HE cannot deny who HE is, HE cannot deny what HE is. Even though we are bad, yet that cannot make HIM deny the fact that HE is good. Meaning, our unfaithfulness towards the LORD does not change HIM into something else. HE is good means HE is good, HE cannot deny HIMSELF, HE cannot change the facts of who HE is. - Selah

Okay. So now let's see our opening Bible passage in the Amplified Bible Translation;

'If we are faithless [do not believe and are untrue to Him], He remains true (faithful to His Word and His righteous character), for He cannot deny Himself.'

From the above Bible reading, it is evident that our unfaithfulness towards the LORD JESUS cannot change HIM, our errors against HIM cannot change who HE is, our sins and rebellion cannot change HIS Words spoken concerning us, our transgressions cannot change HIS righteous character, our mistakes cannot change HIS status of us being one with HIM; HE cannot deny HIMSELF. The LORD is Good. Hallelujah!

So you see, one thing we need to strongly know about the LORD JESUS CHRIST is that HE is unchanging in spite of our ingratitude and unfaithfulness to HIM, HE is forever faithful to His Word irrespective of our unfaithfulness to HIM. So you can take solace in this, knowing that your place in CHRIST will never be removed by your imperfections; this should give springs to your steps as you intentionally walk in newness of life. Hallelujah!

WHAT HAS THE WORD SAID CONCERNING US?

Let us see a few;

'In whom we have redemption through his blood, the forgiveness of sins, according to the riches of his grace...' - Ephesians 1 vs 7 {KJV}

  • WE HAVE THE FORGIVENESS OF SINS IN CHRIST

So therefore, you may yet still have flaws, and even have some deliberate sins which your heart despises, nevertheless, the LORD will not change this Word because of your errors. This therefore means that you having the forgiveness of sins will never change! The LORD is Faithful to HIS Word. HE cannot deny Himself.

'...for He [God] Himself has said, I will not in any way fail you nor give you up nor leave you without support. [I will] not, [I will] not, [I will] not in any degree leave you helpless nor forsake nor let [you] down (relax My hold on you)! [Assuredly not!]' - Hebrews 13 vs 5b {AMPLIFIED BIBLE TRANSLATION}

  • HE WILL NEVER LEAVE US NOR GIVE UP ON US

What an assurance we have in GOD that HE will never give up on us. Remember Beloved, GOD is Faithful to HIS Word, HE cannot deny HIMSELF, HE cannot deny who HE is because of our errors. Therefore Beloved, be fully persuaded in your Heart that you can never miss GOD, because every good thing HE has said concerning you remains forever irrespective of how far you have strayed from HIM. All you have to do is "Return to HIM", HE delights to see you return Home.

'And when he came to himself, he said, How many hired servants of my father's have bread enough and to spare, and I perish with hunger!
I will arise and go to my father, and will say unto him, Father, I have sinned against heaven, and before thee,
And am no more worthy to be called thy son: make me as one of thy hired servants.
And he arose, and came to his father. But when he was yet a great way off, his father saw him, and had compassion, and ran, and fell on his neck, and kissed him.' - Luke 15 vs 17 - 20 {KING JAMES VERSION} 

Just like this young man (who is referred to as the prodigal son), He said to himself that He would arise and go to His FATHER. This is the only decision you need to take, arise and go back to GOD who loves without measure. - Selah

'And he arose, and came to his father. But when he was yet a great way off, his father saw him, and had compassion, and ran, and fell on his neck, and kissed him.' - Verse 20

BUT WHEN HE WAS YET A GREAT WAY OFF, HIS FATHER SAW HIM, AND HAD COMPASSION, AND RAN, AND FELL ON HIS NECK, AND KISSED HIM

This is the nature and character of GOD, this is the nature and character of our LORD JESUS CHRIST. The LORD evidently gave this parable to show to men the character of GOD and HIS CHRIST which HE is. Even when the "prodigal son" misbehaved, his sin wasn't a good reason enough to change His Father's nature of kindness and compassion. This is the righteous character of our GOD, HE cannot deny HIMSELF, HE is true to HIS Words, HE is Faithful to HIS Words even though we are undeserving of HIM.

Comfort yourself with these words, know what a Loving GOD you serve, know what a Compassionate Saviour you have in JESUS, and return HOME today. GOD is with you.

AMEN.
- Jenning U. Angel

Wednesday, April 14, 2021

'SALVATION IS OF THE JEWS' - EXPLAINED

'Ye worship ye know not what: we worship know what we worship: for salvation is of the Jews.' - John 4 vs 22

Hello dearly Beloved of GOD in CHRIST. Be Blessed by these words which you now read. AMEN.

The topic of this discussion states 'SALVATION IS OF THE JEWS'. This statement has need for investigation because of how it sounds. So let's investigate this statement, and see what the LORD said in our opening Bible passage. Our opening Bible passage was a scenario of the conversation the LORD had with the Samaritan woman who was drawing water at Jacob's well when the LORD met Her. So right now, let's see how some other Bible translations puts our opening Bible passage;

'You Samaritans worship what you do not know; we worship what we do know, for salvation is from the Jews.' - {NIV}

Here it says, SALVATION IS FROM THE JEWS. Take note of the word 'from'. Okay let's see another translation;

'You [Samaritans] do not know what you are worshiping [you worship what you do not comprehend]. We do know what we are worshiping [we worship what we have knowledge of and understand], for [after all] salvation comes from [among] the Jews.' - {AMP}

Here it says, SALVATION COMES FROM AMONG THE JEWS. Take note again of the word 'from'. Let's see another translation;

'...But you Samaritans know so little about him, worshiping blindly, while we Jews know all about him, for salvation comes to the world through the Jews.' - {TLB}

Here it says, SALVATION COMES TO THE WORLD THROUGH THE JEWS.

Hallelujah! So if you put the renderings of these different translations together, you will come to understand what the LORD said there, you will realize that what the LORD actually said was that 'Salvation comes to the whole world through the Jews'. Now let me prove this. Remember that the Scriptures that spoke about the Salvation which was to come upon the whole world were first given to the Jews. The men of old times whose walk of Faith with GOD we read of in the Bible were all Jews. The CHRIST who brought about the fulfilment of GOD'S Salvation plan for all men was a Jew. - Selah. So you see, Salvation comes to the world through the Jews. This is the context of our opening Bible passage. Hallelujah!

So evidently, we see that our opening Bible passage isn't in any way depicting that Salvation is only for the Jews. No. But rather, Salvation comes to the whole world through the Jews. Evidently, we see in the Scriptures how GOD talked to Abraham of things concerning the Salvation for the whole world (Not just Israel). See it;

'And I will bless them that bless thee, and curse him that curseth thee: and in thee shall all families of the earth be blessed.' - Genesis 12 vs 3 {KJV}

IN THEE SHALL ALL FAMILIES OF THE EARTH BE BLESSED

Who was this person GOD was talking about? Could GOD have possibly meant that in the Person of Abraham shall all families of the earth be blessed? No no no! So the Apostle Paul through the Spirit of insight and revelation understood that the Promises GOD made to Abraham were promises made concerning His Seed, every promise GOD made to Abraham, GOD was talking about Abraham's seed, and not Abraham as a person. Let's see it;

'Now to Abraham and his seed were the promises made. He saith not, And to seeds, as of many; but as of one, And to thy seed, which is Christ.' - Galatians 3 vs 16 {KJV}

We are going to investigate the two parts of our above Bible passage;

  1. Now to Abraham and his seed were the promises made
  2. He saith not, And to seeds, as of many; but as of one, And to thy seed, which is Christ

NOW TO ABRAHAM AND HIS SEED WERE THE PROMISES MADE

The word 'and' as used in 'Abraham and his seed' is given in the Greek as 'Kai'. And kai in the Greek means these words; 'and (to depict and addition), also, both, but, even, for, if, indeed, likewise, moreover, or, so, that, then, therefore, when, yea, yet'. Waow. Amazing. So when you study the Bible (the New Testament Books), you must investigate the usage of the word 'and' to know in what form it was used, seeing that in it's original form (in the Greek), it represents many words just as listed above. But you see, in the portion of the Bible we read above (Galatians 3 vs 16) which we are analyzing now, the word 'and' as used in the statement 'Now to Abraham and his seed were the promises made' is put as 'even'. So if we rephrase that Bible portion having this understanding, it will be;

'Now to Abraham even his seed were the promises made...'

- Selah

I will prove this to you. Just follow me. So that passage actually reads as "Now to Abraham even his seed were the promises made". How does 'even' change the statement? It does by letting us know that when GOD gave the promises to Abraham, Abraham wasn't the person GOD was talking about that will bring to fulfilment the promises, but his seed. Now who is this seed of Abraham? This takes us to the other part of Galatians 3 vs 16 we are analyzing;

HE SAITH NOT, AND TO SEEDS, AS OF MANY; BUT AS OF ONE, AND TO THY SEED, WHICH IS CHRIST

The Apostle Paul by the Spirit of Revelation understood that when GOD spoke to Abraham of a seed, GOD wasn't talking about Abraham having a biological child (even though He later had one who was called Isaac), but GOD was talking about the CHRIST who was to come many years after Abraham. Hence, we can safely say that Isaac is not the seed of Abraham. CHRIST is the seed GOD spoke to Abraham of, CHRIST is the seed of Abraham. Hallelujah!

So,

Now to Abraham even his seed were the promises made

So the promises GOD made to Abraham were promises concerning the works of the CHRIST who was to come after Abraham many years to come, and HE has come and has fulfilled every of those promises. Hallelujah! Glory to GOD. Okay. So let's go back to Genesis 12 vs 3 and investigate that promise. Remember, I told you that I will prove to you how that the 'and' used here "Now to Abraham and his seed were the promises made" speaks of 'even', which means that the seed was the emphasis in the statement not Abraham. You know if you read it literally as 'and', it would connote that the promises were made concerning two persons, which would be Abraham, and His seed. But the promises were not made as concerning two persons, the promises were made concerning CHRIST, Singular! The promises were concerning the CHRIST. Okay let's go;

'And I will bless them that bless thee, and curse him that curseth thee: and in thee shall all families of the earth be blessed.' - Genesis 12 vs 3 {KJV}

Let's analyze the two (2) parts of this Bible Passage;

  1. And I will bless them that bless thee, and curse him that curseth thee
  2. and in thee shall all families of the earth be blessed

AND I WILL BLESS THEM THAT BLESS THEE, AND CURSE HIM THAT CURSETH THEE

Was GOD saying that HE will bless them that bless Abraham, and curse him that curseth Abraham? Having understood that the promises were made to Abraham even the seed (CHRIST), which means that the emphasis was the seed (CHRIST) and not Abraham, it becomes clear and evident that this talk wasn't about Abraham, but CHRIST. Now let's see how the Epistles interprets this first part of this Scripture;

'And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.
He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved; but he that believeth not shall be damned.' - Mark 16 vs 15 - 16 {KING JAMES VERSION}

HE THAT BELIEVETH AND IS BAPTIZED SHALL BE SAVED; BUT HE THAT BELIEVETH NOT SHALL BE DAMNED

Examining these words 'And I will bless them that bless thee, and curse him that curseth thee' and looking at this 'He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved; but he that believeth not shall be damned', we understand that GOD was talking to Abraham of the CHRIST, how that by Believing in HIM men are Blessed with the Blessing of Salvation (And I will bless them that bless thee), and by not believing in HIM, men are cursed with the curse of damnation (and curse him that curseth thee). You see it? It's very clear and made plain now. So the promises GOD made to Abraham was concerning the CHRIST. Abraham was not the emphasis on GOD'S mind when GOD made the promises to Him, but CHRIST. - Selah

Remember, we are still analyzing Genesis 12 vs 3, which has lead to these many explanations. Okay, let's examine the second part of Genesis 12 vs 3;

AND IN THEE SHALL ALL FAMILIES OF THE EARTH BE BLESSED

This is easy to decipher having understood that the promises made to Abraham were promises made concerning the CHRIST. So I'm going to rephrase the above stated second part of Genesis 12 vs 3, and we are gonna read it and see the Light of that Scripture;

'...and in the CHRIST shall all families of the earth be blessed.'

Glory to GOD you see it... So when GOD said to Abraham, 'In thee shall all families of the earth be blessed', this was what GOD was talking about;

'...in the CHRIST shall all families of the earth be blessed.'

How are the families of the earth blessed in the CHRIST? The families of the earth are blessed in CHRIST with the Blessing of Salvation, in that Salvation is now attainable by any man who can just believe;

'But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on his name...' - John 1 vs 12 {KJV}

You see... So the whole families of the earth are Blessed in CHRIST because they all now have the opportunity to be Saved. This, was what GOD spoke to Abraham of, the Salvation of Man in the CHRIST. - Selah. So it's clear and evident that in the epistle Galatians 3 vs 16, the usage of the word 'and' in the first part, was not to mean that the promises were made to both Abraham and His seed, but we see how that the word 'and' as used there is from the Greek word 'kai', which can also be used for 'even', clearly making it evident to us that Galatians 3 vs 16 reads as 'Now to Abraham even his seed', making us know that the person emphasized on GOD'S mind when HE made promises to Abraham wasn't Abraham, but CHRIST. And having seen the explanation of the promise made to Abraham in Genesis 12 vs 3, we can agree to the validity of the word 'even' over 'and' as used in Galatians 3 vs 16. That is proved.

So we have come to see how that SALVATION FOR ALL NATIONS OF THE EARTH was GOD'S plan from the beginning, HE spoke to Abraham of it, and we have seen that. So the word 'Salvation is of the Jews' doesn't in any way connote that Salvation is an exclusive reserve for the Jews alone. No! Rather, in connotes that Salvation came upon the whole world from the Jews. Don't forget CHRIST is a Jew, and HE is the Author of Salvation. So we can rephrase the statement as 'SALVATION IS FROM THE JEWS', because that's the context with which it was spoken.

Salvation is for all who Believe, whether Jew or Greek, or Black or White, or any other race that can be found in the Earth.

Only Believe!

GOD is with you.
- Jenning U. Angel
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