FTH and wholeness

by Vincent Clark on March 6, 2019
Wholeness means unhurt, healed, restored, intact, physically sound and healthy, mentally or emotionally sound, complete, entire, unbroken, uncut, concentrated, and/or the entirety of a person's nature or development. Our understanding of wholeness comes directly from Classical Greek culture and philosophy. Fullness of time hypothesis The Fullness of Time Hypothesis suggests that God changed the world after the destruction of Jerusalem and subsequent diaspora of the Jews in order to prepare for the coming of the Messiah. The national covenant of Moses was abolished, Nebuchadnezzar had completed the destruction of the

Elisha, shadow of Jesus

Elisha, shadow of Jesus
by Vincent Clark on December 2, 2017
The ministry of Elisha (851 BC to 841 BC) gives us a glimpse and a foreshadowing of the ministry of Jesus Christ and the final battle in Revelation. Read More ...

Forgiveness and healing . . . no waiting

by Vincent Clark on August 7, 2017
For two thousand years, Christendom has emphasized the crucifixion of Jesus Christ as the pivotal point when God offered salvation, forgiveness and healing to the world. Read More ...

God mends wounded souls

a bruised reed and a smoldering wick
by Vincent Clark on June 1, 2017
Wounded souls are contrite and fearful. We have been damaged by the ravages of the evil one through those who were close to us. But God will not finish us off. No! He mends us because he loves us. Wounded souls are represented here by a bruised reed and a smoldering wick. Read More ...

Psalm 91 Part 2 Benefits of a Personal Relationship

by Vincent Clark on March 20, 2017
Psalm 91 begins with a conditional statement about dwelling in the secret place of the Most High. It ends with an explanation of the benefits of a personal relationship with him. When God is for you, who can do you any harm? Psalm 91 Part 1 Divine Protection Because he loves me (v 13-14) Psalm 91:13-14 New International Version (NIV) 13 You will tread on the lion and the cobra; you will trample the great lion and the serpent. 14 “Because he loves me,” says the Lord, “I will rescue him; I

Psalm 91 Part 1 Divine Protection

by Vincent Clark on February 21, 2017
When I am afraid or sick. When I have doubts and feel under attack. When danger is near and I begin to falter. I pray Psalm 91 and trust in the Lord.This meditation helps empower all of us to trust in the Lord for our direct and beneficial blessing that only God can bestow. The more you dwell on these verses, the more your faith and trust will grow. Find your own secret place to dwell with the Lord. Read More ...