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"TRANSLATED" with Special Guests and Host Pastor Mark Fields

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     Being translated shows again a time when man walked with God, as in the beginning.  The immaculate relationship that man had with God needed to be restored from the fearful, and ashamed Adam that first walked with God then fell subject to alienation from the kingdom of God.  Reconciliation is the joining together or reuniting two things that have for one reason or another have been torn apart or separated.   The reconciliation can be obtained through agreement with God and his word.  Enoch was translated and his testimony was simply he pleased God.  Hebrew 11:5   By faith Enoch was translated that he should not see death; and was not found, because God had translated him: for before his translation he had this testimony, that he pleased God.  Walking in the agreement of God requires the understanding of the true intentions of God.  Enoch was translated as it says in Hebrew chapter 11 it was by faith that he pleased God.  Faith not in the genie-like effect that we have come to know, but the faith that God is who he says he is, and he will do what he said he will do.   Gen 5:24   And Enoch walked with God: and he [was] not; for God took him. The problem many of us have is that we do not walk with God we walk before God, and after God, not with God.  Imagine walking with a friend that requires a side by side relationship, an intimate relationship, a closely guarded relationship, and a secret filled relationship.  Walking with God means that God’s ear is yours, and your ear belongs to him.  It is a relationship, when we walk before God, we are full of assumptions, and when we walk behind God we are full of doubt.  Walking with God requires faith that God is the king that he has always been.  How are you walking?       

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