What is New ? // The New Doctrine
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What is New ? // The New Doctrine

How we perceive the meaning of a word influences our belief system. For example, the Greek word “autarkes” is translated in English as sufficiency. When the term is thus used in the English language, one may be tempted to think it means “just enough”. But in the Greek language, “autarkes”, means over, above and beyond....

The Ministry of The Holy Spirit
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The Ministry of The Holy Spirit

Therefore being by the right hand of God exalted, and having received of the Father the promise of the Holy Ghost, he hath shed forth this, which ye now see and hear. Acts 2:33 The manifestation of the Spirit is the fruit of redemption. Christ Jesus in the fullness of time was made man, born...

Jesus Christ the Last Adam (By One)
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Jesus Christ the Last Adam (By One)

The inevitability of our union with God, which we have in Christ Jesus is that the One who came out of death, exempting us from the condition He came out of, is one with us – which is called incorruption; immortality.  We need to refocus on the clear emphasis of revelation of the Apostle Paul,...

The Deposits of God (The All and the Each of Grace)
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The Deposits of God (The All and the Each of Grace)

There are stages in walking in sonship. Being aware that you are loved and accepted by the Father is not optimum in relation to our maturity. Being aware of that you have been placed in the sonship of Jesus Christ is the beginning of the precise knowledge that leads to maturity. We need to be...