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Mysteries of the Morning Dew and Hidden Manna (part 1)
To begin this new blog I’d like to start unraveling a mystery with numerous revelatory layers. What is this strange metaphor that literally happened in real time as the children of Israel made their sojourn from being bond slaves in Egypt into becoming a free people in the Promised Land?
What actually sustained the Hebrew nation during their 40 year long trek through the wilderness? A fresh supply of dew and manna was provided every day to supernaturally nourish them as they wandered across that dusty and dangerous desert terrain toward Canaan.
More significantly, why are these Old Testament elements relevant to New Covenant believers in this day and age? What exactly do they signify? I pray the Spirit of God will open this up to you!
1 Corinthians 10
1 For I do not want you to be unaware…
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1Corinthians 15:51 Behold, I show you a mystery: we shall not all sleep, but we shall be changed.
This profound, sacred and powerful verse of scripture contains important and significant meaning for us today, who seek the complete and full redemption of the body promised in Christ. There is going to be a change of order in creation. Instead of degeneration, sadness, sorrow, weakness, illness, disease, mortality and death, shall be the state of re-generation, gladness, joy, strength, health, immortality, eternal life. I can hear someone saying in themselves that surely this is a fantastic dream of the imagination, however these words are born of the truth itself. They shall speak out from His place of enthronement and declare in clarity and power the Kingdom of God within you. This change will not come into manifestation by wishful thinking or philosophical musings. Nor will this change be the product of…
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The idea that the church will be raptured out of this world at the end of this age was first introduced into Christian teaching in the latter part of the nineteenth century by John Nelson Darby (18 November 1800 – 29 April 1882), an Anglo-Irish evangelist, and an influential figure among the original Plymouth Brethren. This teaching then gained wide acceptance through the teachings of Dr C I Scofield. This doctrine was not taught by any of the early church fathers; as a matter of fact, the word rapture is not even in the Bible.
The idea of rapture, however, has great appeal, for such is to be preferred over the idea of one being able to enter the Kingdom of God only through much tribulation!
The fact that early apostles of the church understood that it is through much tribulation, is clearly seen in Acts 14:21,22:
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