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The War on Error (Psychopaths and You)

January 2016

This teaching will help you start your New Year with a real BIG BANG! In this new calendar year, each day will bring us closer to the appearing of our Lord Jesus to take us out of this wicked world. Why is it so wicked? Partly because about 5% of the population are psychopaths, who feel no empathy toward others, and thus remorselessly abuse everyone they can.

The raging spiritual battle is being fought for the minds and hearts of men. Our God, the Father of Truth, calls the enemy’s Commander-in-Chief “the Father of Lies.” In contrast, Jesus said, “I am the Truth”/”Your Word is truth.” “Spiritual warfare” is a popular term in Christian circles, but most folks don’t realize that Satan’s primary tactic is the promotion of error, i.e., wrong doctrine, as opposed to “sound” (hugiaino=healthy) doctrine, about which Jesus was a fanatic.

What was the theme of Jesus’ last written words to his Body, as set forth by Paul in Timothy and Titus? Why is God called “the Lord of Hosts” about 270 times? Why is purity a prerequisite for authenticity? Tune in January 6 to find out this and more.

 

What's In A Face

December 2015

You are the only you God has. The most distinguishing feature about you is your FACE. Your eyes are “the window of your soul,” beholding the beauty of creation. Your nose enjoys delectable aromas, from frankincense to garlic. Your ears hear the music of life. Your mouth can speak words of love and life. It also tastes the joys of good food! People recognize you by your face. But what about God? Does God have a face?

Even though “God is spirit,” the biblical answer is “Yes.” Until the birth of Christ, God’s face was in large part hidden from the world, and even from His chosen people. When His Son walked the earth, God’s face was JESUS, and I think he smiled a lot. We will read a little of Luke 2 and think about Mary looking into the face of the baby Jesus—a far cry from what his face looked like when she stood before the Cross (the Greek word for “stripes” means, “blows to the face”).

We will see how each member of the Body of Christ can now manifest to others the face of Jesus Christ with ever increasing glory, in contrast to Moses, whose shining glory faded away. Are you joyous about Jesus? If so, be sure to tell your face. You will enjoy and be edified by this teaching from God’s wonderful Word.

 

Striving Together for the Faith of the Gospel

November 2015

This is what John Lynn shared at the first-ever face-to-face TLTF Elders gathering, and we thought that anyone interested should also have the opportunity to hear it. His exposition of Philippians 1:1-2:16 and 3:7-14 is jam-packed with meaty biblical truth as he elucidates many nuances of the Greek words behind the English we read.

Paul’s epistle to the Philippians corrects the practical failure of the believers to live out the AWESOME doctrine of the SECRET in Ephesians. What’s the point? We are supposed to DO SOMETHING about what we know about who we are IN CHRIST. For example, Ephesians shows us SEATED together with Christ, while Philippians shows us STRIVING together for the faith of the Gospel.

Philippians is a prison epistle, written near the end of Paul’s life, and it is the last epistle he wrote to a Gentile assembly. Having already established his apostleship, he introduces himself a “servant.” The pervading theme is service with joy in light of hope. This dynamic teaching will help you “press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus.”

 

”Snatching Them From The Fire”

October 2015

As Christians, what exactly is our Job Description? Is it to do the work of the “Kingdom”? Is it to participate in a huge “End Times” revival? Is it to expect the wealth of the world to come into the hands of Christians? Is it to look for signs preceding the Lord’s coming for us?

Is it to spend 20 hours a day on the Internet immersing ourselves in how Satan is at work on many fronts, such as the Illuminati, the United Nations, Muslim extremists, occult religions, homosexual activists, false flag events, gun control, chemtrails, GMO “food,” and Halloween? Is it to shake in our boots? Is it to pack up and move to a far away island?

Or is it to be the light of the world and the salt of the earth, speaking the truth in love to everyone we can and, as Jude says, “snatching them from the fire”? In this doctrinal and practical teaching, John deals with End Times chronology as it relates to both the Church and Israel, as well as what the Word says about how we Christians are to “occupy” until he comes for us.