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The Jewish Roots Of The Church

Only when the Jews rejected their Messiah was salvation offered to the rest of the world: the Gentiles. Yet God always intended for the Church to be the catalyst to stir Israel into jealousy to come to the knowledge of their Messiah.
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Gird Up For The Journey

Every revival has a unique emphasis on a facet of the Kingdom to be restored to the Church. The coming revival will be characterised by the presence of God. In preparation, we are to "gird up the loins of our minds" as the Apostle Peter exhorted us to, walking in…
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The Sons Of God Series

Growing in Christ means coming into the fullness of our identity as God's dearly loved children. The goal of all teaching and equipping is to raise up sons who know the heart of the Father and can steward the Kingdom. Jesus died to bring back sons to the Father. It…
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Living For His Return

As the Bride of Christ, the hope of the Church has always been the return of the Bridegroom. Rather than waiting idly, we prepare ourselves in eager expectation for the Bridegroom to return and take us away. The question is: what does this mean for us, and how does the…
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The Feasts Of Israel Series

Passover. Feast of Unleavened Bread. Feast of First Fruits. What do all these Jewish feasts mean, and do they hold relevance for us today? Each of the feasts God instituted for Israel foreshadows things to come, and each signifies a foundational truth for us as believers. We are to understand…
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The Glorious Church Series

What kind of Church does God want to build? If we think Church is a building or a ministry, then we will end up pouring our time and resources into something man-made. The truth is that we, as an assembly of redeemed people, are the Church - and it is the…
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