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Month: September 2014

Biblical Numerology: NUMBER TWO- Part III

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FRIDAY MORNING MANNA
September 26, 2014
Nathaniel Fajardo
Email:natfajardo777@yahoo.com

Biblical Numerology: NUMBER TWO- Part III

Conversion and Renovation. After true conversion (and reconversion, whenever necessary), the Christian’s path forward is growth, character renovation (or perfection, Matt. 5: 48, K.J.V.)—a progressive process of a lifetime covering the whole person–mind, heart, body, and spirit (vital principle; mental disposition). In His wisdom and love, God converted fallen, cursed earth into the fitting-up place for Heaven–not some conjured-up place “between heaven and hell” called “Purgatory!”

Safe and Sound. It begins with deliverance from the despotic and enslaving power of sin— being saved (rescued, snatched) from the clutches of Satan, the tempter, deceiver, accuser, and destroyer of man. Rescued from this spiritually and physically degraded condition, the now “saved” soul is to be made sound—i.e., freed from defects; flawless. Read more

Biblical Numerology, NUMBER TWO- Part 2

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FRIDAY MORNING MANNA

September 19, 2014
Nathaniel Fajardo
Email:natfajardo777@yahoo.com

Biblical Numerology, NUMBER TWO- Part 2

Can two walk together unless they be agreed? Amos 3: 3, N.K.J.V

“The majority are usually found on the side of error and falsehood. The fact that doctors of divinity have the world on their side does not prove them to be on the side of truth and of God. The wide gate and the broad road attracts multitudes, while the strait gate and narrow way are sought only by a few [Matt. 7: 13, 14; Luke 13: 23, 24.].”- E.G. White, Spirit of Prophecy, Vol. 4, 1884 ed., p. 214.

See Genesis 3: 1-24 on the temptation and fall of man. God’s Word plainly teaches that where eternal realities and consequences are concerned, there are only two classes, two choices, and two final rewards. This principle of opposites and absolutes by way of comparison and contrast were established from the first to the last day of creation week. After the fall, it took on eternal consequences. Adam and Eve, by their own free-will choice—not because of nature–disobeyed God, thus separating themselves from the Creator. Read more

Biblical Numerology-Part I

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FRIDAY MORNING MANNA 

September 12, 2014

Nathaniel Fajardo                                  

Email:natfajardo777@yahoo.com

Biblical Numerology-Part I

 NUMBER TWO

 God Creator, reverently addressed as Jehovah in the Old Testament, and Jesus Christ, God incarnate, in the New Testament is also introduced to in at least 224 other names and titles (See Strong’s Comprehensive Concordance, Universal Subject Guide to the Bible, under “Christ, the Anointed One,Other Names,”). It should have included Michael, the Archangel or “Commander-in-Chief of the angelic hosts.” (Daniel 10: 13, 21; 12: 1; Jude 9; Rev. 12: 7). He is also identified in the prophetic book of Daniel as “Palmoni, the Numberer of secrets or Wonderful Numberer.”

    “In Daniel 8, Verse 13 the word ‘saint’ is supplied. ‘Certain’ is a combination of two Hebrew words. The first is either pali or pala. The second is mena. Each are applied in the Scriptures to the Lord. The margin says, “Heb. Palmoni; the numbered of secrets, or Wonderful Numberer. This is undoubtedly a referral to Jesus, and Jesus is the one who gives the answer in Daniel 8: 14. [pali, “secret,” Judges 13: 18; pala, “wonderful,” Isa. 9:6 + mena, “numbers,” Daniel 5:26].” http:www.patmospapers.com/daniel/Daniel 8. htm: Read more

New Covenant

The Baptism of the Holy Spirit: Have we received it?

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FRIDAY MORNING MANNA 

September 5, 2014

Nathaniel Fajardo                                        

Email:natfajardo777@yahoo.com

The Baptism of the Holy Spirit: Have we received it?

 

Apollos and the Filling of the Spirit. – First, a quick background of Apollos:

    Greek Apollos, a contraction of Appolonious [or Apollodurus]. A Jewish convert to the message of John the Baptist, described as being diligent, fervent, and “an eloquent man, and mighty in the scriptures” (Acts 18: 24, 25), born in the Egyptian city of Alexandria. After his conversion he became an itinerant evangelist (chs 18: 24, 27: 19:1).

 While preaching at Ephesus he met Aquila and Priscilla, Christian Jews who instructed him in the tenets of Christianity (ch 18: 26, 28). After this Apollos went to the Roman province of Achaia, taking with him a letter of recommendation from the church at Ephesus (v 27). While in Achaia he preached with success in the city of Corinth (chs 18: 28; 19:1), and because of this abilities became popular with a certain faction that began to exalt him, as opposed to other groups which exalted Paul, Peter, or Christ (1 Cor. 1: 12). Read more