Wednesday, February 21, 2018, 6pm.
As we continued to look at the Good Land, which represents Christ, we saw it’s goodness represented by fig trees, pomegranates, the olive tree, and milk and honey. We found…
- and the abundance of life
Ultimately again, to experience Christ in such a rich way and to flow His life out to others, we must be those who get filled with the Spirit, as revealed in the following verse…
And I answered a second time and said to him, What are the two olive branches that are by the side of the two golden spouts, which empty the gold from themselves? And he spoke to me, saying, Do you not know what these are? And I said, No, sir. And he said, These are the two sons of oil, who stand by the Lord of the whole earth. (Zech. 4:12-14)
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Download the PDF of this Bible Study: An Exceedingly Good Land 05
Wednesday, February 7, 2018, 6pm.
We feel that the Lord is really with us. He cares that we would experience Him and not just know about Him. This is the real feeling in our Bible Studies so far this semester. This time we read verses from Deuteronomy and from the New Testament. Here are the ones from Deuteronomy.
8:7 For Jehovah your God is bringing you to a good land, a land of waterbrooks, of springs and of fountains, flowing forth in valleys and in mountains.
11:11 But the land into which you are crossing over to possess is a land of mountains and valleys; by virtue of heaven’s rain, it drinks in water.
Because the Good Land is a land of mountains and valleys it points to the high and low experiences of the believers. Yet, in these experiences, Christ is the satisfying water. Furthermore, although the water comes from heaven, as believers, we have this water flowing within us already.
Download the PDF of this Bible Study: An Exceedingly Good Land 04
As we’ve mentioned previously, the PDF is very helpful, but there is a big enjoyment of the Lord as we dive into these bible studies together. Plan to join us Wednesdays at 6pm!