Faith Tabernacle & New Testament

Faith Tabernacle is the headquarter church of Winners' Chapel. It is in Canaanland, Ota, a suburb of Lagos, Nigeria. The New Testament (Koine Greek: Ἡ Καινὴ Διαθήκη, Hē Kainḕ Diathḗkē) is the second major division of the Christian biblical canon, the first division being the Old Testament. 0.0/5

Faith Tabernacle New Testament

Have you ever wondered about what people think when they read Hebrews and Revelation? Without the knowledge of the Sanctuary trying to understand either book is impossible. In fact, without a true understanding of the Sanctuary it is impossible to understand any of the 27 books of the New Testament. We might get snippets of understanding, but snippets – at best.
Question: where is tithing in the New Testament? Is someone cursed who don't pay their tithes? Where is the scripture to indicate. (For the record, I do pay my tithes). This has been brought up a few times... I'd like to hear answers. Thanks!
Everyone is welcome to join us for our family online Bible Studies. All times are listed for USA, Chicago, Standard Central time zone. You only need one link for all the classes, which is below. Password is Bambi with a capital B. Hope to see you there. All classes not only dwell deep into God's Word, we also share simple Bible Study methods. All of these methods were used by Jesus and can be found in Mark Chapters 4 to 8, where Jesus explained how to understand all parables. Monday, Wednesday and Friday Mornings at 9:30 AM Exodus See how Moses' faith grew through the trials crossing the wilderness. Why did a few people experience increased faith while others fell away. Learn how the lessons pointed to Christ in the New Testament. Study the prophecies about Jesus, how the details pointed to Christ and how He fulfilled them. How do these lessons apply to us and the world we live in today? Tuesday Evening at 8:00 PM Book of Hebrews This is the last message given to preach to this dying world. It i ...
read 1 Samuel 1 -     8 lessons of walking with GRACE through trials - this is not an all inclusive extensive list … or a how to on walking through trials … however Hannah serves for us as a great example of someone going through a trial in a godly manner. Much of her behavior squares with New Testament exhortations given to you and I. Hannah was in a trial. Hannah was barren (cultural stigma and personally sad) Hannah was sorely mistreated by her Husband and the High Priest … both Elkenah and Eli mistreated Hannah. Not to mention her "rival" Peninah (Elkenah's other wife) - mocked and provoked her.Making fun, condemning, rubbing her misfortune in her face … it's fair to say that Hannah was in a trial … maybe a complex multifaceted trial even … So Here is what we learn from Hannah - which means GRACE - walking with GRACE(Hannah) through trials -   1. Don't complain - "do all things w/o complaining or disputing." * We never see Hannah complain throughout all she endured in this c ...
The Presence of God by: Steven Yeakley In the book of Exodus, we read about the "presence of God." God's people encountered His presence. at the burning bush (Es. 3-4), in the 10 plagues sent on the Egyptians (Ex. 7:-11), crossing the Red Sea (Ex. 14), in the cloud and pillar of fire (Ex. 13), in the thunder, lightning, loud trumpet blast, smoke and fire at Mt.Sinai (Ex. 19), in the angel sent ahead of them (Ex. 23), in the ark of the Testimony-between the cherubim (Ex. 25:22), in the glow of Moses' face (Ex. 34:29-35) and as the completed tabernacle was filled with the Lord's glory (Ex. 40:34-38). The presence of God was also felt in New Testament time. The prophet Isaiah used the name "Immanuel" to refer to the coming Son of God. That name means "God with us" (Mt. 1:23). The Hebrews writer referred to Jesus as "the radiance of God's glory and the exact representation of His being." (Heb. 1:3). What about you and me? I'm glad that God's presence was revealed to the Israelites and that Jesus personall ...
MAKE ALL THINGS ACCORDING TO THE DIVINE PATTERN God has always demanded that men follow His direction in matters of religion. Taking as a text or starting point, Hebrews 8:5, may we all, as fellow travelers to eternity, study together our duty to "make all things according to the divine pattern" as revealed in the New Testament---not my pattern, nor yours, but God's. This is a very practical line of thought for Christians and all men alike, seeing that all men must mold their thinking, their speech, their life and conduct in every way by this divine pattern. We are to be workers for Him and must conform our work and worship to this pattern. It also helps us to teach others the way of life and salvation more perfectly and helps us to fight the "wiles" of error more efficiently. God says: "It is not in man that walketh to direct his steps" (Jeremiah 19:23). Hence, man must have a divine guide to be saved. God also says: "There is a way that seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of deat ...
TWO: This number can mean difference, division or double portion. In the Creation event, God separated light and darkness. [Genesis 1:3-4] The Ten Commandments were inscribed on two tablets of stone. [Exodus 31:18; 32:15; 34:1, 4, 29] The children of Israel were forbidden to collect manna on the Sabbath and therefore were permitted to collect a double portion of manna on Friday.[Exodus 16:5] On the 6th day of Creation God created two—male and female—of every species in order that fertility might be a blessing to the earth. [Genesis 1:24-31] In the New Testament, Christians also saw this number as a symbol of the second person of the Trinity, the Incarnation of God the Son in the perfection of His humanity and divinity.
CHRISTIANITY IS WHAT CHRIST SAYS IT IS By A. W. Tozer Set your affection on things above, not on things on the earth. -- Colossians 3:2 No one who knows what the New Testament is about will worry over the charge that Christianity is "otherworldly." Of course it is -- and that is precisely where its power lies! Christianity, which is faith in Christ, trust in His promises and obedience to His commandments, rests down squarely upon the Person of Christ. What He is, what He did and what He is doing -- these provide a full guarantee that the Christian's hopes are valid. Christianity is what Christ says it is. His power becomes operative toward us as we accept His words as final and yield our souls to believe and obey. Christ is not on trial; He needs no character witnesses to establish His trustworthiness! He came as the Eternal God in time's low tabernacle. He stands before no human tribunal, but all men stand before Him now and shall stand for judgment at the last. Let any man bring the faith of Christ to t ...
THE HEBREWS 11:6 LIFESTYLE OF WORSHIP: After a rather very long discourse of how the tabernacle of Moses and its paraphernalia of worship, foreshadowed New Testament worship, by virtue of the better sacrifice of our Lord Jesus Christ of Himself, compared to the shadowy sacrifices of the Levites and priests of old from chapters 7 to 10, the writer of Hebrews breaks out into a lively presentation of the reality of faith as it relates to pleasing God. This suggested the fact that, faith and what it produces – extravagant worship – are the cause and effect of the glorious life to which God has called all believers in Christ. If you are not passionate about worship, you almost certainly haven’t connected to the best of God’s will for your life in Christ. God is always seeking for exuberant, extravagant worshippers, who will hold nothing back, but recklessly abandon themselves to the shaping of His worth. The likes of Abraham, Moses, David, Solomon, the prophets, the apostles of Jesus including Paul, an ...
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