Ecclesia, God’s Dwelling Place | January 26, 2020 Episode 1

The purpose of the gifts of God are for equipping the saints to do ministry. The church is known as Ekklesia (Ecclesia) in the Greek. God wants you in a place to equip you to fulfill the work of the ministry. You need to realize that their is an enemy waging war against the church. Leviathan is a snake that sneaks in to prey on the church and cause you not to fulfill your purpose in God.

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Ecclesia, God’s Dwelling Place | January 26, 2020 Episode 2

The purpose of the gifts of God are for equipping the saints to do ministry. The church is known as Ekklesia (Ecclesia) in the Greek. God wants you in a place to equip you to fulfill the work of the ministry. You need to realize that their is an enemy waging war against the church. Leviathan is a snake that sneaks in to prey on the church and cause you not to fulfill your purpose in God.

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Ecclesia, God’s Dwelling Place | January 26, 2020 Episode 4

The purpose of the gifts of God are for equipping the saints to do ministry. The church is known as Ekklesia (Ecclesia) in the Greek. God wants you in a place to equip you to fulfill the work of the ministry. You need to realize that their is an enemy waging war against the church. Leviathan is a snake that sneaks in to prey on the church and cause you not to fulfill your purpose in God.

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Bishop Bart Pierce

Worshipping from the Secret Place | November 24, 2019 Episode 1

If you ask any Christian or good church going person, ask them this question. Do you love Jesus? What would be the answer? “Well, sure! Absolutely! Yes! I got to church. I love Jesus!” But, watch this. Words alone will not stand the light of His Word. For, Jesus himself said two distinct things will be revealed if we really love Him. I’m going to show it to you two things in John 14 that are evidence that you really love the Lord. If these two evidences are not revealed in your life, then your love for Jesus is in word alone and not in deed and in truth. I’ll show it to you.

Today, we have a lot of fake everything. We have a lot of imitators. We have a lot of people who are not truthful about things. And, we don’t want to be caught in that. We want to be able to say, “I love Jesus!” But, then have some evidence!

John 14:21 KJV, “He that hath my commandments, and keepeth them, he it is that loveth me: and he that loveth me shall be loved of my Father, and I will love him, and will manifest myself to him.”

First, it says, “He that has my commandments and keeps them…” That’s the first evidence. Your obedience to Jesus and every command that He gives is the evidence that you really love Him. Your obedience to Him is what brings the evidence that you really do love Him. If He’s Lord, if He’s King of Kings, there must be evidence. There must be something that causes you to align yourself with your words and say, “I obey my King.”

The other one is, and He says it so well, “I will love him and will manifest myself to him.” So, the second evidence is a manifestation of His presence in your life. So, there are two simple things. I’m not going to be complicated today. There are two simple things that are the evidences that you really do love Jesus. You said, when I asked the question if you love Jesus, and the answer was, “Absolutely Yes! I love Jesus.” Here are two evidences that your statement is true.

It’d be better for you to find out that your statement isn’t true today, than to wait until you leave, because you won’t have any court to back you up. You’ll be guilty as charged! Can you say, “Lord, I hear you!”

The second one says that you manifest His presence in your life. Manifest means to shine or to break forth. To become an instrument or a channel that radiates Christ’s presence. When God is really in your life, there’s evidence that something is different about you.

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