The Missing Cross to Purity


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For Those In the Faith, Here is What is New on the Site

The messages from the Word of the Lord within on this site are provided to help you gauge the truth of the words you hear spoken to you, to correct the many errors of the deficit sects' doctrines, to encourage you, to caution you, to help you understand the true promises of the Bible, the true restrictions, the true hope, true belief, true faith, and true way to attain the promises. However, the messages published on this site are dead words, without life; whereas words that you hear Him speak to you are words with life and resulting power. Regarding the similar dead words, (without life), that you read in the Bible, the Lord has spoken this advice: "When you have heard the dead words in the Bible and recall them, heed what is said; always obedient to His commands." Does that mean you should disregard any commands from Him that you read?—no, just like the many commands you read in the Bible, you should try to follow them; but as long as you don't deliberately violate a command, should you slip and fail, you should only regret your lack of ability and not feel condemned. The commands you have heard Him speak to you come with the power to obey, providing you do your best to comply.

The words you hear may not be exact duplicates of the words in the Bible or of these messages, but every message you hear from Him will be compatible with the true meaning of the words of the Bible, as well as compatible with the messages on this site. Every message you hear is like receiving a piece to a puzzle, each word fitting together, filling the gaps in your understanding, until you finally see and feel the brilliant truth and wondrous beauty of the scriptures' promises, salvation, and righteousness — the unfathomable depth of God's love to crown his creation in restoring man to sanctity and holiness in union with Himself through Christ.

 

New Messages from the Word of the Lord within:

Bible Changes

Web Page Changes

  • On the topic of Quieting the Mind on the web page, How to Benefit from the Changing Power of God by Waiting on the Lord, the following point on closing your mouth has been updated as follows:

    Close your mouth, put your teeth together, and breathe through your nose as long as it is clear; breathing through the nose with teeth together reduces your thinking significantly. This is true when waiting or in normal activities.

    (02/06/19)

  • Because the web pages in Scripture Subject Groupings were initially created before the web site's on line Bible was available, the following pages have been significantly re-worked and brought up to date and re-worked by adding commentary, including some footnote explanations.

    Kingdom References --- Jesus' Criticisms of Religious Leaders --- Repentance References
    ---Jesus' Commands --- Scriptures on Tribulation, which all must go through,---
    and --- Seek to See the Face of God

    (01/27/19

  • William Penn in his No Cross No Crown wrote about self-denial of the cross, referencing how Abraham denied his own will by being willing to sacrifice his only son as he as ordered, (which order was cancelled at the last minute). So that anyone seeking God knows that things have changed since the days and place of Abraham, the following commentary has been added to that writing by Penn:

    [Abraham lived in a time and location in which the sacrifice of children to false gods was common, so that command was not shocking like it is to us today. No one seeking God through following his commands will ever receive a command for them to harm another person. Gentleness is the fruit of the Spirit of God, not violence. Remember, ignore any command that is not moral, pure, peaceable, fair, gentle, easily accepted, immediately understood, sincere, James 3:17, (even commands to you that chastise or rebuke from the Lord have to be pure, gentle, fair, easily accepted, make sense, etc.). There may come a time, when you are sufficiently pure and can distinguish the Voice of the Lord vs. the voice of the enemy, that you are given the words to sharply rebuke someone such as an opposing priest or pastor; but because those words come from God's exact words you are told to speak, those words are supplied to help such a person understand the consequences of their behaviors, not to harm them.]

    (11/07/18)

New Keywords:

Jesus preaching soon Jesus preached His coming quickly and the near kingdom throughout the New Testament. Mark 1:14-15, Rev 22:7,12,20,
Mat 4:17,10:7, Rev 2:5,16, Luke 16:16,
Mat 21:31, Rev 2:25, 3:11, Mat 11:12;
soon Jesus
soon kingdom
Verses where Jesus preached that the kingdom was near and being entered then, 2000 years ago. Mark 1:14-15,9:1, Mat 10:7,16:28,
Mat 4:17,5:3, Luke 16:16,9:27,
Mat 11:12,5:10, Mat 21:31;
come forth Like the resurrection of Lazarus, after you undergo the baptism of death, the Lord calls you by name to "come forth." John 11:25-26,43, John 5:24-25,
Isaiah 49:6,9 ;
imprisoned by darkness
imprisoned,
prisoners
All men start as slaves to sin, imprisoned in darkness, groping through life like blind men grope the wall. Isa 42:6-7,Isa 61:1, Isa 49:6,9,
Psalms 107:10, 142:7, 1 Pet 3:18-20;