GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 1,690 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease Napoleon and Josephine adored violets. She often wore the extremely expensive violet scented perfume as her trade mark. Only the wealthiest people could afford it. When she died in 1814, Napoleon planted violets at her grave, and just before his exile to St. Helena he made a pilgrimage…
Paul Hawkins • Sermon • • 636 views
The Altar of Incense. 1. Near to יְהוָה Remember the quest that we started with? An Israelite intent on finding יְהוָה[P] – he made his way through the camp until he'd come to the centre where יְהוָה dwelt surrounded by righteousness [P]. He found the door [P] (Jesus) and made his way in. He came to…
In Christ, all divisions between us and the Father (symbolized by the veil in the tabernacle) are removed! Old Testament incense was seasoned with salt to symbolize the salt of the earth, God's people. Like the incense, our righteous prayers are a sweet-smelling savor to God. In Revelation, Jesus shows the Church the power of prayer now! If we are abiding in Christ and living as he prescribes in his Word, our prayers ascend to the very throne of the Father.
Joel Dawson • Sermon • • 5 views
Date: 14th January 2009 (Wednesday PM) Ref: A0419 Place: Kambah P.S. Title: Cleansed to Pray Text: & Leviticus 4:1-7 Illust: Bible teacher Chuck Missler has a little mantra that he repeats, almost like a motto that the Bible is; “66 books, penned by 40 different authors, over thousands of years, is an…