Archive for July, 2010

Our Access to God

Thursday, July 29th, 2010

The overwhelming accomplished works of Jesus Christ fulfilled for us an access to God that God himself was setting up for us through shadows and figures for millenniums. We now live in that open access with God through the work of his precious son attaining for us an awesome and inspiring reality which is this – No one has more access to God than you.

Romans 5:1-2
Hebrews 9:1-12, 19-24
Deuteronomy 6:1-2, 25
IICorinthians 3:2-13
Romans 3:19-28
Philippians 3:8-9
Galatians 2:16
Galatians 3:11
IICorinthians 5:21
Acts 13:38-39
Ephesians 2:18-19
Ephesians 3:10-12
Hebrews 4:14-16
Romans 5:1-2

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Reverencing God

Tuesday, July 27th, 2010

July 27, 2010

Reverence: An attitude, emotion, or mindset of deep respect, tinged with awe

Fear of the Lord = Reverencing God

The following are the benefits, blessings, and promises related to us having this mindset and attitude towards God:

  • You will be blessed (Psalm 112:1)
  • You will be taught by God (Psalm 25:12-14)
  • The secret of the Lord will be with you (Psalm 25:12-14)
  • Your soul will dwell at ease (Psalm 25:12-14)
  • Your seed will inherit the earth (Psalm 25:12-14)
  • God will have great goodness laid up for you (Psalm 31:19-20)
  • God will hide you in the secret of His presence (Psalm 31:19:20)
  • God will have His eyes on you, to deliver you from death and famine (Psalm 33:18-19)
  • The angel of the Lord will encamp around you to deliver you (Psalm 34:7-9)
  • There will be zero lack in your life (Psalm 34:7-9)
  • God’s salvation and wholeness will always be right nearby you (Psalm 85:8-9)
  • God’s mercy toward you will be almost infinite, from everlasting to everlasting (Psalm 103:11-17)
  • God will have pity towards you, as a father does for a child (Psalm 103:11-17)
  • It is the starting point for all true knowledge (Proverbs 1:7)
  • It is the starting point for all true wisdom (Psalm 111:10)
  • God will be a help and shield to you, and He will bless you (Psalm 115:11-13)
  • You will be blessed (Psalm 128:1, 4)
  • God will fulfill your desire (Psalm 145:19)
  • God will hear your cry and save you (Psalm 145:19)
  • God will prolong your days (Proverbs 10:27)
  • You will be rewarded (Proverbs 13:13)
  • It will be your strong confidence (Proverbs 14:26-27)
  • It will enable you to depart (get away and stay away) from evil (Proverbs 16:6)
  • It tends to life (Proverbs 19:23)
  • You will abide satisfied (Proverbs 19:23)
  • You will not be visited with evil (Proverbs 19:23)
  • When mixed with humility, it brings riches, honor, and life (Proverbs 22:4)
  • When you reverence God always, you will be happy (Proverbs 28:14)
  • It will be well with you (Ecclesiastes 8:12)

Ecclesiastes 12:13 — Reverencing God and keeping God’s commandments is the whole of man

Psalm 147:11 — God takes pleasure in those that reverence Him.

We do our part, by reading the Word to learn and adopt this mindset of huge respect for God and His Word. Then, once we’ve done our part by reverencing God, God always does His part by fulfilling these terrific verses that have such a positive impact on any and all who live them.  We reverence, then God blesses, fulfills, and upholds.

God bless,

Jon Emminizer

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No Fellowship this week…Family Camp!

Tuesday, July 13th, 2010

July 13, 2010

Unfortunately this Thursday, July 15 2010, we will not be having fellowship. This is due to the fact that most of us are at Family Camp right now!! Yeah. See you all back at the Seed’s house on Thursday July 22. If you are aching for some great teachings just look back on some of the great posts that are up here from the last year and a half.

God Bless!


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The Kingdom of God – Do in Power and Not in Word

Thursday, July 8th, 2010

Part 1: Called to Do in Power and Not in Word
Jeff Kessler

Part 2: The Kingdom of God
Andrew McGarry

July 8, 2010

God calls us to His Kingdom, which He declares is not in word but in power. God’s kingdom is not head knowledge but in the heart and it is powerful. The Word of God comes with authority and power, the same authority and power that Christ had and it is he whom we rely on, not ourselves. This kingdom of God is righteousness, peace, and joy to all who partake. We, therefore, would have all men partake in the kingdom of God. The kingdom of God is spiritual and it is in each who are born again, those who confess that Jesus Christ is Lord and that God raised him from the dead. We are no longer strangers but citizens and ambassadors; sharing the Word of God so that all may partake in the Kingdom of God and the righteousness, peace, and joy that available.

Part 1:
I Corinthians 4:20
Luke 4:30-36
John 1:10-12
John 14:12-13
Colossians 1:27
Colossians 2:9-10
Romans 15:18-19
II Timothy 1:7
Romans 14:16-17

Part 2:
I Corinthians 4:20
Daniel 2:44
Luke 16-14-16
Acts 28:23
Luke 17:20-21
John 3:3
Romans 10:9-10
Ephesians 2:19
Philippians 3:20-21
II Corinthians 5:17-20

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