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Walking Daily in the Temple

Welcome to walking daily in the temple. This is your opportunity to further discuss and learn from today's message. The Bible commands us to "rightly divide the Word of truth." (2 Tim. 2:15) It also says "iron sharpens iron." (Proverbs 27:17) Through discussion of the Word we can better understand it therefore, allow it to truly become life in our life. Why not become a registered user and join the discussion forum.

The Day of Revelation

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We all need Revelation and BAM is the place to get it!

1. How did Jesus show himself alive!

2. What does the day had FULLY come mean?

3. What Changed in that moment?

4. What is the purpose of a test?

5. Explain how to let the light in!

6. Did you receive the 2 free tablets?

7. What did you get out of the hands and the feet demonstration?

8. Are our hands showing our Faith ?

9. Can others watch where you go and what you do?

10. Receive what God has for you !!!!!!

It is a new day!

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    Tuesday, May 22 2018, 10:36 AM - #Permalink
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    The Day of Revelation, this is one message I really need to listen to again so that I can hear whatever I may have missed the first time. This is no time to miss anything--we absolutely must be about the Father's business of soul winning---reaching the people of this City and beyond. We did walk out with 2 tablets---if we look at our left hand as the tablet that "Loves God" and the right hand as the tablet that "Loves Others" then we know we have the Commandments with us at all times. When Bishop said that whatever we do with our hands and wherever we go with our feet is either keeping the Commandments or breaking them, it caused me to have a whole new perspective on the Commandments in my everyday life. We have to say what God is saying and do what He is doing--my own works and what I think someone needs won't change or really help anybody; it has to be God. Which reminds me of the other nugget I got from this message----don't take away or add to the Word of God. Bishop was really wanting us to see that when we are talking to someone we cannot just make up something of our own and act like it's God and at the same time we need to say all of what God says and not leave something out. I know personally I have added things far too often in trying to explain what I just said. I got in the bad habit of this when I found that I was being misunderstood a lot, however, if I simply say what God says (not what I say) then no explanation should be necessary.
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    Tuesday, May 22 2018, 10:51 AM - #Permalink
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    When I think of the two tablets, I think of obedience and obedience never considers one's ability or resources it simply considers the instruction. Obedience follows the instructions despite one's ability or resources to do so it puts the instructions above itself and doesn't consider itself but considers the outcome of obedience as the highest priority.

    Oh to learn obedience to be obedient... we will always find an excuse of why not to be obedient because there are many excuses for that but when we truly are obedient we experience the results of what the two tablets were intended to produce in our life.

    My hands and my feet being a reminder of God's commands for my life to love God and to love others it's a great reminder to carry with me everywhere I go that my obedience to his instructions will help me produce things in this earth that selfishness will never produce.
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    Wednesday, May 23 2018, 06:19 AM - #Permalink
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    Until I have a test I don't really know what is inside of me. Once a little pressure is applied when a test happens, I immediately see what is inside of me and what I really believe about something. I may think that I believe something but once I'm tested about it, then I will really know what I believe. Either the word has become life in my life or it hasn't.

    Now that I have heard the hands and feet example of being the 10 commandments and that I take them everywhere that I go, it makes me more aware of what I'm doing and where I'm going. I think that's why God revealed this to us is so that we are all more aware of what we are doing and going.
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    Wednesday, May 23 2018, 01:03 PM - #Permalink
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    Ps Aaron, I absolutely love what you said about obedience never considering one's ability or resources, it simply considers the instruction. Talk about another look at what obedience really is!! If we are considering whether we think we can do it or have the resources to do the instruction than we aren't in real obedience. I won't ever look at obedience the same again, thank you!!

    Deacon Heath, It's amazing how a test always shows us what we don't know yet. I mean in every test we take it's not what we get right that stands out, but what we get wrong! It's not a nice feeling to find out that there are more things not life in your life than what you thought, but at the same time, I thank God that He shows us so we don't keep on thinking we have something working in us that really isn't.
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    Saturday, May 26 2018, 08:47 AM - #Permalink
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    The 120 people who stayed in the upper room and received the promise of the Father were suddenly changed and began talking, walking, and acting different because the Word of God consumed them from the outside in, the spirit entered into them, and then when the inside was changed, their outward sounded different to others. The commandments and the Torah were fully downloaded into their bodies and they became witnesses to the 70 nations gathered in the city. Their hands and feet became the 10 commandments and people noticed. WOW!!!!! This is what really stood out to me throughout this message. The revelation that wherever I walk and whatever I touch, the commandments of God are going to be intact either full of the Spirit or they are going to be broken and not able to accomplish what I am supposed to be doing. Dominion and authority is in my feet and the power of God is in my hands if I obey the Word! Obedience is the key as Pastor Aaron mentioned in his discussion post.
    Will I obey the revelation that was given to us at Pentecost or will I continue to break the commandments wherever I walk or touch! My life and others lives depend upon my obedience to speak the infallible works of God in someone else's language so they can repent and the church can be added to daily. It is a great responsibility but we have the promise of Father within us to make it happen! Watch out cities, the commandments are coming for you!!!! :D
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