The Love of God

The Love of God

I Timothy 2.4
Acts 20.28 (me)
Acts 17.11 (you)
I Thessalonians 5.11 (us)
Mark 12.29-31 W/Deuteronomy 6.4-6 Jesus, in this example reads a passage from the bible
Isaiah 61.1-2 & Luke 4.16-18 (17) And He was handed the book of the prophet Isaiah. And when He had opened the book, He found the place where it was written:
I Peter 1.15-25 we are redeemed with the blood of Christ, be holy as I am holy
II Peter 1.21 prophecy by holy men of God as they were moved by the Holy Spirit
One Second Lord
Genesis 2.8-9 the tree of life and the tree of knowledge of good and evil
Genesis 2.15-17 the first doctrine stated in vs17
Genesis 2.21-24 the woman / the first wife
Genesis 3.2-3 the woman and the serpent
Genesis 3.4 the first lie
Genesis 3.6 saw, took, eat
Genesis 3.9-10 Adam knew he was naked (without the righteousness of God)
Genesis 3.12-13 the man was not deceived but the woman was,
Genesis 3.22 this verse represents the trinity and a discussion about partaking of the tree of life while in the sin state or the transgression (I Timothy 2.14), one can’t be in the presence of God in an impure state.
Genesis 3.23-24 the way
I Timothy 2.13-15 Adam being not deceived – did he follow his wife because he loved her – commitment
II Peter 1.10 make your calling and election sure, you shell never fail
I Timothy 3.16 “And without controversy great is the mystery of godliness: God was manifested in the flesh, justified in the Spirit, seen by angels, preached among the Gentiles, believed on in the world, received up in glory”. Apostle Paul A.D. 65
Acts 26.13-18 Paul’s commission
Titus 3.5 regeneration and renewing of the Holy Spirit
II Timothy 3.25-26
NOTE: it has come upon my heart that any meeting that is opened in the name of Jesus should not be closed. We are to always continue in prayer, let us open in prayer and the meeting will remain open. In other words we are adding our meetings when we close them in prayer. If they stay open then we multiply them one with the others.

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