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  • Captured By A Divine Sequences Of Love ~ By: "Dr. Brucilla A. Williams",DD

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    "He (Jesus Christ) is despised and rejected of men;  a man of sorrows and acquainted with grief;  and we hid as it were our faces from Him:  He was despised,  and we esteem Him not".   "Surely He hath borne our griefs and carried our sorrows,  yet we did esteem Him stricken,  smitten of God,  and afflicted".   "But He was wounded for our transgressions,  He was bruised for or iniquities;  the chastisement of our peace was upon Him;  and by His stripes we are healed".   "We all are as sheep that have gone astray;  we have turned everyone to his own way and the Lord hath laid on him the iniquity of us all".   "He was oppressed and He was afflicted,  yet He opened not His mouth:  He is brought as a lamb to the slaughter,  and as a sheep before her shearers is dumb;  so He opened not His mouth". (Isaish 53: 3-7)~   Follow us,  and lets hear your 'voice' during our 'forum session' following the this lesson from our 'Host & Teacher', "Dr. Williams",  when she biblically dissect in sequence, the paramount and preeminence of love.   And the discovery how we affectionately indulge "These Sequences Of Love".   Amen~

  • The Voice of Trinity! The Signicance of Burning Incense!

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    We learn in Exodus 30:34-38, when God told Moses to use four ingredients, blended together to make an Incense to be burned on the golden altar in the Holy of Holies in the Temple!

  • How to be confident in dark times, Minister,Casandra Ricks

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    The LORD Is My Shepherd 23 A PSALM OF DAVID. 
                1       The LORD is my shepherd; I shall not want.              2       He makes me lie down in green pastures.                    He leads me beside still waters.              3       He restores my soul.                    He leads me in paths of righteousness        for his name’s sake. 
                4       Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death,        I will fear no evil,                    for you are with me;        your rod and your staff,        they comfort me. 
                5       You prepare a table before me        in the presence of my enemies;                    you anoint my head with oil;        my cup overflows.              6       Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me        all the days of my life,                    and I shall dwell in the house of the LORD        forever. 
    The Holy Bible: English Standard Version. (2016). (Ps 23:title–6). Wheaton: Standard Bible Society.

  • Russia in Prophecy

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    This week we will learn that Russia is mentioned in Prophecy. We can see by th name that it had in the berginning of time and if we follow the name down to now, we will see that, that name translates into the Name of Russia today. Be sure to listen and find out about this very important subject next time.

  • The Real Deal Bible Study With Minister Akaiha Book 1st Samuel~Drunk on God

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    Welcome Royal Family I greet you with the joy that comes from knowing our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. God's has an awesome purpose and plan for our lives. Even Greater Things (John 14:12). We are so excited you have tuned in today. Praise the Lord for the great things He has done!
    Today show Is on the book of 1st Samuel is a story of Narrative History and includes a great deal of Drama. It is written by the last of the Judges for which the book is named, Samuel. It was written at about 930 B.C. Key personalities include Eli, Hannah, Samuel, Saul, Jonathan, and David. It was written to show Israel how they chose a king but in the process, they blatantly neglected and abandoned God.
     In chapters 1-7, Samuel is born to Hannah as a Nazirite, dedicate to God. Soon after, Samuel was brought to the tabernacle to serve God. During this time, the Israelites are in a vicious battle with the Philistines and they lose the Ark of the Covenant, which is captured by the Philistines. Struck down by deadly plagues, the Philistine are happy to return it to the rightful owner in an oxcart pulled by two cows.
    From chapters 8-15, the Israelites select, who they believe, will be a great king. Samuel anoints Saul to be king and although things go well at first, as usual, trouble looms in the near future. Due to continuous bad decisions and direct disobedience to God’s will, Samuel informs Saul that God has rejected him as the rightful King.
    Walking with God is to stand where God stands, and to fight for whom God fights: the poor, the weak, the powerless and the defenseless. Walking with God is to have the courage to know that fear and trepidation before the might of the powerful is overturned by the fear of the Lord! Walking with God is to understand, without doubt or equivocation that justice is what Yahweh requires. Ashe Selah

  • The Promise Part 2

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    Showing the Promise to Abraham Issac and Jacob even in our time

  • The Real Deal Bible Study With Minister Akaiha Oh The Book Of 1st Samuel

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    Welcome Royal Family I greet you with the joy that comes from knowing our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. God's has an awesome purpose and plan for our lives. Even Greater Things (John 14:12). We are so excited you have tuned in today. Praise the Lord for the great things He has done!
    Today show Is on the book of 1st Samuel is a story of Narrative History and includes a great deal of Drama. It is written by the last of the Judges for which the book is named, Samuel. It was written at about 930 B.C. Key personalities include Eli, Hannah, Samuel, Saul, Jonathan, and David. It was written to show Israel how they chose a king but in the process, they blatantly neglected and abandoned God.
     In chapters 1-7, Samuel is born to Hannah as a Nazirite, dedicate to God. Soon after, Samuel was brought to the tabernacle to serve God. During this time, the Israelites are in a vicious battle with the Philistines and they lose the Ark of the Covenant, which is captured by the Philistines. Struck down by deadly plagues, the Philistine are happy to return it to the rightful owner in an oxcart pulled by two cows.
    From chapters 8-15, the Israelites select, who they believe, will be a great king. Samuel anoints Saul to be king and although things go well at first, as usual, trouble looms in the near future. Due to continuous bad decisions and direct disobedience to God’s will, Samuel informs Saul that God has rejected him as the rightful King.
    Walking with God is to stand where God stands, and to fight for whom God fights: the poor, the weak, the powerless and the defenseless. Walking with God is to have the courage to know that fear and trepidation before the might of the powerful is overturned by the fear of the Lord! Walking with God is to understand, without doubt or equivocation that justice is what Yahweh requires. Ashe Selah

  • 9th Show - Ask Messianic Rabbi

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    Rabbi John W addressing questions from the hebraic viewpoint to the NT believer.

  • The Real Deal Bible Study With Minister Akaiha 1st Samuel

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    Welcome Royal Family I greet you with the joy that comes from knowing our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. God's has an awesome purpose and plan for our lives. Even Greater Things (John 14:12). We are so excited you have tuned in today. Praise the Lord for the great things He has done!
    Today show Is on the book of 1st Samuel is a story of Narrative History and includes a great deal of Drama. It is written by the last of the Judges for which the book is named, Samuel. It was written at about 930 B.C. Key personalities include Eli, Hannah, Samuel, Saul, Jonathan, and David. It was written to show Israel how they chose a king but in the process, they blatantly neglected and abandoned God.
     In chapters 1-7, Samuel is born to Hannah as a Nazirite, dedicate to God. Soon after, Samuel was brought to the tabernacle to serve God. During this time, the Israelites are in a vicious battle with the Philistines and they lose the Ark of the Covenant, which is captured by the Philistines. Struck down by deadly plagues, the Philistine are happy to return it to the rightful owner in an oxcart pulled by two cows.
    Walking with God is to stand where God stands, and to fight for whom God fights: the poor, the weak, the powerless and the defenseless. Walking with God is to have the courage to know that fear and trepidation before the might of the powerful is overturned by the fear of the Lord! Walking with God is to understand, without doubt or equivocation that justice is what Yahweh requires. Ashe Selah
     

  • The Real Deal Bible Study With Minister Akaiha on The 1st Book Of Samuel

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    Welcome Royal Family I greet you with the joy that comes from knowing our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. God's has an awesome purpose and plan for our lives. Even Greater Things (John 14:12). We are so excited you have tuned in today. Praise the Lord for the great things He has done!
    Today show Is on the book of 1st Samuel, from chapters 8-15, the Israelites select, who they believe, will be a great king. Samuel anoints Saul to be king and although things go well at first, as usual, trouble looms in the near future. Due to continuous bad decisions and direct disobedience to God’s will, Samuel informs Saul that God has rejected him as the rightful King.
    In Chapters 16-31, God selects His King who is David, and he is called, “a man after God’s own heart” (13:14). Samuel anoints David as a young boy, and several years later stands up to a Philistine giant in front of both the armies of the Israelites and Philistines. With God as his protector, David drops the oversized soldier with one simple stone claiming victory for Israel and displaying true leadership. Saul, eaten away by envy and jealousy and driven by hate, begins to pursue David in fear of losing his throne. Although David could have easily taken his life twice, he respected his king in a Godly manner. In the end, Saul tragically takes his own life while losing on the battlefield.
    Walking with God is to stand where God stands, and to fight for whom God fights: the poor, the weak, the powerless and the defenseless. Walking with God is to have the courage to know that fear and trepidation before the might of the powerful is overturned by the fear of the Lord! Walking with God is to understand, without doubt or equivocation that justice is what Yahweh requires. Ashe Selah
     

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