Teachings

Exploring the golden nuggets of our identity in Christ Jesus so that we can manifest, "As He is, so are we in this world" (1 John 4:17).
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Audrey • General
Until Jesus Christ came and demonstrated the power of life over death, except for a company of people anticipating the coming of the Messiah, mankind did not have any hope of what life after death really was. They lived through their imaginations and their own creativity built by generations of thought (words).

Some believed that if they were royalty in this world, they would continue to be royalty in the after life. Therefore, they would have included with their buried body the necessities to continue functioning in the after life in the same life style and position they were accustomed to as mortals.

Other beliefs about life after death included reincarnation, mystic ghost forms, or that life just simply discontinued. Jesus Christ introduced and brought to mankind a new kind of life.

Audrey • General
The word "abort" means the premature arrest and termination, or death, to the development of Life. It is the outcome of the act of persecution. God's Word is Spirit and it is Life. Everything that is in the WORD is a way of living. As I write, I may use allegories in Scripture to try to bring understanding to a particular thought that the Holy Spirit has given to me, but the reality is, God draws us to these places to stir our passion for the personal experience of His wisdom for our life that may have nothing to do with what I as a teacher may be sharing. However, if what I am sharing causes the listener to go to the Scriptures to seek their own personal experience, then my purpose of sharing was fulfilled.
Audrey • General
God is gathering people and forming them into one body, aligning them into their predestined form.

We will see souls come into the kingdom of God, but not in the way that we have been familiar with. We are not talking about being saved, even though it is included. When we say born again into the kingdom of God we are using Scripture in its rightful balance according to John 3: 1-6.

There is a much needed Jordan experience salvation where we come and die and our soul is raised into the renewed life as a believer in Christ. Yet, Jesus was speaking this to a Rabbi, not a lost soul, but a teacher of the Scriptures who came to Him at night. These verses in John have traditionally been used to speak of salvation, but in reality it was meant to teach the entering into a dimension, a Rulership, an anointing, an authority, and a dominion called the Kingdom of God. YOU can not see it unless you are born of it.


Audrey • General
Today, the world is seeing an awakening of spiritual insight in ways that were not even heard of just a few decades ago. On one side the Christian faith is rejoicing, and on the other side they are living in fear. The explosion of technology and knowledge availability has opened doors to the macros and micros of life that history has not seen until now.

As believers in the Lord Jesus Christ, we are warned by Jesus to be wise as serpents while being harmless as doves while we present ourselves to the world, but not to become part of the world. Believers in Christ have come into an awareness of moving beyond tradition, doctrines, and bondages of the Christian faith only to accept teachings where the pendulum swings far to the other extreme into the psychic realm that they have justified as truth from God by the misuse of Scripture.
Audrey • General
I then heard Father Say, "The breath that you take in is My breath, which is life, love, and light. It is who you are today. You are surrounded in My Life giving water (atmosphere) as a baby in her mother's womb fully protected (Genesis 1:2). What is on the outside of you cannot hurt you unless you allow it to come into your thoughts and you give it life. This is the power that you have; the breath of life or death (Proverbs 18:21). It is up to you to be the manifestation of the resurrected life of Christ; the new name that no man can give you, yet has been in you before you were conceived. "And the Gentiles shall see your righteousness, and all kings your glory: and you shall be called by a new name, which the mouth of the LORD shall name. You shall also be a crown of glory in the hand of the LORD, and a royal diadem in the hand of thy God" (Isaiah 62:2-3). It is only new to you in time, ignorance, and darkness; but has always been with you before the foundations of the world...
Audrey • General
In the Garden of Eden, God planted all manner of trees that were good for food, and the man and woman were free to eat of all of the trees except one: The Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil. Eating a piece of fruit in itself was not the sin, but rather the tree represented a reality that to eat of this tree there would be death. At the beginning of man's existence, we read in Genesis 2:9 that Adam was in a relationship with three types of trees:The Tree of Life, Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil, and All the other kinds of Trees.All of the trees that God grew, that were pleasant to the sight and good for food, were acceptable for man to eat from.
Audrey • General
Melchisedec was a natural man who was born from a natural mother and father. When Scripture tells us that he was, "Without father, without mother, without descent, having neither beginning of days, nor end of life; but made like unto the Son of God; abideth a priest continually" (Heb. 7:3), we must also read where it says, "But he whose descent is not counted from them received tithes of Abraham (Heb. 7:6). It wasn't an issue of Melchisedec having parents, but that his family was not recorded in the history of priesthood as was customary for kings and priests in order to justify their royal linage.
Audrey • General
For us to be able to begin this study, we must first be willing to go beyond the position of memorizing Scripture. We need to be at the place that we can apprehend the Spirit of the Word where we become convicted by the Word we are hearing. For those that have walked with the Lord for a long time it is easy to become numbed by the memory of what we have gleaned from the Word in the past, and not be sensitive to what it is saying to us today. When we hear a familiar Scripture, our challenge is to receive it as if we had never heard it before, instead of falling into the repetition of repeating the Scripture from familiarity without really paying attention to what it is saying.
Audrey • General
The sound of jubilee was a sound the people would long for because it meant a new beginning. It wasn't just for certain people, but everyone in all lands. It wasn't based on whether a person was good, bad, of a certain tribe or country, a certain gender, or status in the community. It was for ALL. The year of jubilee was more than just a year of rest...
Audrey • General
The Old Testament was not written for the purpose of providing history lessons; but to give instructions, illustrations, definitions, and types/shadows for us to see God's plan in bringing forth the sons of God on the earth. It shows us the way to walk and also how not to walk. God uses the Old Testament to express truths that are present today for with God there is no past tense. What the children of Israel walked through in the Old Testament is still being walked out by the church today.
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