Audrey's Tittles

                                          (Eating From The Bridegroom's Table)
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Audrey • General
The Kingdom of God is a kingdom of "words." "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God" (John 1:1 KJV).
Audrey • General
The world is given a time span of one week between Christmas and New Year's Day where many of us are finishing up with the old to prepare for the coming year. Christmas is a time that many have prepared months ahead to celebrate and reflect on the birth of God in the flesh. Afterwards, we are given an opportunity to refresh and or reflect before the New Year's Day arrives of what the year has presented and what kind of resolutions we will attempt to accomplish in the New Year. As the clock strikes the mid-night hour on New Year's Eve, all around the world there is a moment of eternity that does not belong to either the past or the future. It is a moment of NOW. How we accept that moment is what will determine our tomorrow.
Audrey • General
As we approach the time of a new beginning with the year 2007 I would like to challenge you to analyze your heart to see if the foreskin has truly been removed so that the WORD in you can be a river of LIFE for all past, present, and future. "And let the peace of God rule in your hearts, to which also ye are called in one body; and be ye thankful. Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly in all wisdom; teaching and admonishing one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing with grace in your hearts to the Lord" (Col. 3:15-16).
Audrey • General
So often we hear people remind one another not to forget that "Jesus is the reason for the season." I respect those that find the need to be reminiscent us of this, but it doesn't seem quite satisfying, leaving me with mixed views wondering if those that go around saying this really know what they are talking about. Yes, it is an opportunity to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ who came into this world while we were all still "sinners" and redeemed us from eternal "hell" (Romans 5:8). However, He paid the price once, with His life, and for ALL (Hebrews 10:10).
Audrey • General
God is not playing hide and seek to confuse us, but has placed mysteries in Scripture for our growth and development. Mysteries are not for confusion, but for us to get a hunger to understand the ways of God.

There are twenty-seven times the word "mystery" is used in the New Testament. Twenty of them are generic; not connected with any particular mystery. However, seven of them are specific such as "the mystery of Christ" found in Ephesians 3:4 which we began with.
Audrey • General
What is the will of God? To gather together in ONE ALL THINGS IN CHRIST. The heart of God is unity, but it must be IN CHRIST (vs. 11). God, as the Lion of Judah, tore down the wall that separated heaven and earth becoming the sacrificial Lamb that declared peace between God and all mankind. Christ is the only true unity.
Audrey • General
God is not mad at us when we miss the mark; however, mark missing will have consequences to the flesh and soul. God removed the offense of the mark (sin), but not the ability to miss the mark. Our mark missing ability doesn't offend God or change our established identity of being His son, but it does cause us a hindrance of having a relationship with God out of our own condemnation and guilt. We don't have the power to loose our identity in Him because the power of His grace is stronger. Again, it is our own guilt and condemnation that hinders us from believing this truth.
Audrey • General
The greatest need of the body of Christ is for each of us to have an understanding heart towards one another. Everything is connected that God has created working together for His glory both in the natural and the spiritual realms; and everything is affected by the domain we are around. It may be positive or negative, but we are never at any point polarized or separated from our surroundings.
Audrey • General
For many people the quest to search for the Biblical Eden referred to in the book of Genesis involves seeking out archeological geographic realms in different locations on this earth. Some people have thought they may have found evidence, but the search still continues for those that limit the understanding of Eden to a natural place.
Audrey • General
2000 years ago, statistics for a person to live to be 100 years old was one in a million. The average age was 30-40.
At the beginning of the 1900's, statistics show one in a hundred-thousand would live to be a 100 years old. Average age was 60-80.
Today, statistics to live to be 100 years old are one in ten-thousand. The average age though is 75-83.
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