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"But their minds were made dull, and to this day the same veil remains ......It has not been removed, because only in Christ is it taken away" ....2 Corinthians 3:14

The thing that prevented the people of the old testament from seeing and knowing God personally and intuitively was this barrier called the veil. The standard church line of "study the bible to find Jesus" does not fit in here. The study of the bible for intellectual gain is fruitless. Theology does not save neither does it give life, instead it ju...
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"There was a rainbow round about the throne." ...Revelations 4:3

The visions of Revelation chapters 4 to 11 are all related to the throne of God (Rev 4:2); those of chapters 12 to 22 to the temple of God (Rev 11:19). At the outside of the former we see a rainbow around about the throne; inside the latter we see the arc of the covenant in the temple. God's throne is established for the government of the universe....
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"For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulders" ... Isaiah 9:6 "For unto you is born this day ... a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord!" ... Luke 2:11

  There is a wonderful plan and purpose of God for us in that Jesus Christ was born on Christmas day. One small step for God, one gigantic leap for mankind! This is the day that God Himself appeared on the earth dressed as a man. Jesus was not born to just grow up and die for our sins and to prove that He was God. Jesus was born onto the earth...
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"Here is the patience and the faith of the saints." ....Revelation 13:10

There are those who cry, "How long?" who find it hard to exercise patience any more. But it is significant that right at the start of this book which deals with judgement, John should describe himself as, "Your brother and partaker with you in the tribulation and kingdom and patience which are in Jesus Christ." This book of Revelation brings us to ...
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"Apart from me ye can do nothing." ....John 15:5

The temptation always to try to do something in our Christian life so as to be a "something" is ingrained in all of us because it is ingrained in human nature. How often is it only at the point of utter despair with ourselves that we remember the Lord and we relinquish to Him the task that He is so ready and so able to perform! The sooner we do so ...
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