From September 2010 to August 2011 we were sending out a monthly ministry letter. After the last portion was finished, we recognized a transition in what we were to do next, and that we'd just taught a series of teachings that were a teaching unit.
For your convenience and edification, each of the 12 parts of this teaching are available as a webpage, as a .doc document, or as a PDF document. Obviously, each segment is merely introductory. This series begins with the Christian home, progresses through various aspects of the Kingdom of God, briefly touches on the Book of Enoch, because of the timeliness of such a message with public curiosity about various authors who have interpreted the Myans as predicting the end of the age in 2012, and we give a word of exhortation and warning to Charismatic segments of the Church, and conclude with what we believe is the mind of God regarding the future and hope we're facing. Overall, this is a very timely meditation, perhaps teaching outline, of key New Testament doctrines regarding the home, the Church, and brief attention is paid to the coming of the Lord. This series begins with marriage, progresses through relational issues, both human and divine, and closes with a view of "The Future" that for some may be reminiscent of the love affair in Song of Solomon.
In anticipation of questions foreseen by how this series [quite unexpectedly] closes out, we've prepared a special Appendix on a specially modified Preterism that's informed by the Word of Faith movement's message, as well as Absolute Postmillenialism rather than the mutant quasi-Dispensationalism it's historically been attached to that's previously indicated all prophecies relate to Israel's Second Temple period. As in the above main body of the series, for your convenience, edification, and usage we've prepared it as a Webpage, a word/.doc format, and as a pdf document:
For the idols speak delusion; the diviners envision lies, and tell false dreams; they comfort in vain. Therefore the people wend their way like sheep; they are in trouble because there is no shepherd. Zechariah 10:2
Unless otherwise noted, Scripture quotations are from a solid Center Column Reference Study New King James Version Bible. Where Center Column Reference alternate renderings are preferred, they're not always noted on the site at the time of their usage in a given context, if there's a discrepancy between our quotation and a NKJV that our site's visitors use that's missing the Center Column Reference notes that provide more literal renderings, alternative Hebrew and Greek manuscript variations, etc. Sometimes an "Understood Subject" from the given chapter of the Bible or the particular book of the Bible (perhaps previous chapter) is given attention to while teaching. Reading (and rereading) each book of the Bible [in it's entirety] that's being quoted from in the midst of each subject is [always] greatly encouraged for added clarity! While we're [deeply] supportive of what's understood to be orthodox Christian doctrine on all matters, we're always looking for what God's ADDITIONALLY saying to us in each subject being taught.