Category Archives: CCO WORD STUDY 2016 -2017

Hebrews Chapter 1 Intro

THE EPISTLE TO THE HEBREWS
INTRODUCTION

How did God speak to us through His Son Jesus? 

How did God make the Worlds Through his son?

How can we relate to God if Jesus is the Image of God?

How powerful is the Word of God in our life?

How and why did Jesus purge our sins?

THIS WEEK:
We will answer these questions & more, as we unpack Gods word together, revealing a fresh understanding of the power of the word of God for our lives. We will gain a clear vision of what of what Gods word says about living an enlightened life in Jesus.

Most importantly we will receive the tools needed, to live a closer walk with Jesus, our bridegroom!

Hebrews Chapter 3

THE EPISTLE TO THE HEBREWS
Chapter 3

Why is it so important to understand Jesus’ Priesthood?
How are Jesus and Moses compared?
What lessons can we learn from Israel in the wilderness?
What is required to be partakers with Christ?
How does the Bible Define “confidence”?
How does unbelief effect entering into God’s Rest?
This study will answer these questions & more, as we unpack Gods word together, revealing a fresh understanding of the power of the word of God for our lives. We will gain a clear vision of what of what Gods word says about living an enlightened life in Jesus.

Most importantly we will receive the tools needed, to live a closer walk with Jesus, our bridegroom!

Hebrews Chapter 4

 

THE EPISTLE TO THE HEBREWS Chapter 4

What is the rest of God?

How do we enter God’s rest?

What does fidelity have to do with entering God’s rest?

What work is involved, to enter God’s rest?

What is the throne of grace, and do I have Access today?

THIS WEEK:
We will answer these questions & more, as we unpack Gods word together, revealing a fresh understanding of the power of the word of God for our lives. We will gain a clear vision of what of what Gods word says about living an enlightened life in Jesus.

Most importantly we will receive the tools needed, to live a closer walk with Jesus, our bridegroom!

 

Hebrews Chapter 5 The Importance of understanding the Eternal Priesthood

THE EPISTLE TO THE HEBREWS Chapter 5

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Why it’s so importance to understand the Eternal Priesthood of Melchizedek, what it means to each of as a born again spirit filled Christian!

Why is it important to have a High Priest?
Who Choose Jesus to be a High Priest?
What Duties are performed by a High Priest?
What food is necessary for teaching?
Why are these questions so important to a believer?

As we drill it down
dibrah Strong’s H1700 meaning “Cause.”
dabar Strong’s H1697 noun Meaning “speech, word, speaking”
dabar Strong’s H1696 The Verb is the root word “to speak, declare, converse, command, “promise.”

The Word Order at its root means Speech

Israel God’s Prophetic Timeline Part 3


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Israel Gods Prophetic Timeline Part Three

Romans 11:17 – And if some of the branches be broken off, and thou, being a wild olive tree, wert graffed in among them, and with them partakest of the root and fatness of the olive tree;

Who is Spiritual Israel?
What does it mean to be grafted in?
What Happened to the 12 tribes?
What role do the twelve tribes play in the end times?
How does Israel affect my life, when it’s on the other side of the world?

The Third teaching in a Series with Fr Paul:

He will answer these questions & more, as we unpack Gods word together, revealing a fresh understanding of the power of the word of God for our lives. We will gain a clear vision of what of what Gods word says about living an enlightened life in Jesus.

Most importantly we will receive the tools needed, to live a closer walk with Jesus, our bridegroom!

Most importantly we will receive the tools needed, to live a closer walk with Jesus, our bridegroom!

MISUNDERSTOOD WORD, Amen

hugh-taylor-birch-park_0348Amen is a commonly used, yet is often a misunderstood word.  In the Greek language, it is a word that has been used by Christians for nearly two thousand years.  Amen means sure or truly and is used as an expression of assured confidence.  It is a word imported from the Hebrew language and is unchanged in its use by the Church.  It is used in liturgical prayer, as well as in free-flowing prayer.  It is also used when you are in agreement with someone, such as when a statement or when someone is using a phrase that you relate to and want to make your own.     

In the Hebrew language, the word is aman, which means trustworthiness and faithfulness.  It is also used to acknowledge a truth, either in what God’s Word says or in what someone is saying.  In the case of God’s Word, it reflects an unwavering confidence in what He says.  It is also where we get the word Emunah, which means faithfulness.  Its linguistic root in Hebrew, the shoresh, comes from aman, which means to nourish and to make strong. 

For a most misunderstood word, it is also said to be one the best-known words in the entire human language.   

Today we will explore why Amen is so misunderstood and how it is the key to unlocking an intimate and more fulfilling relationship with Jesus, our Bridegroom.  

When we make God’s Word our own, we stand on a firm foundation.  Amen bridges the gap between the subjective mind through your sub-conscious mind from an objective mindset through your conscious mind.  In Romans 12:2, it reads, “Be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God.”  When we are in agreement with God’s Word personally, when we make His Word our own, we take on the mind of Christ.  In Philippians 2:5, it reads, “Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus.”  In 1 Corinthians 2:16, it reads, For who hath known the mind of the Lord, that he might instruct him?  But we have the mind of Christ.”  With our renewed mind, our subjective subconscious mind believes the instructions of Almighty God by making His Word our own and in turn bringing creative changes to our lives.    

In Isaiah 65:16, it reads, “The prophet calls God, the God of truth,” Strong’s H543 also translated, “the God of amon,  As we can see, this is a foundational attribute of God’s character giving us a new and very powerful understanding of how He works in and through our lives.  By foundational, we mean established.  In Isaiah 7:9, it reads, “If ye will not believe (aman) surely ye shall not be established (aman).”  This reveals how God establishes himself in our lives.  In the Epistle to the Hebrews 11:1, it reads that faith is substance Strong’s G5287, meaning confidence.  It is when we are in agreement with confident assurance, amen that we align ourselves with how God works.  In Hebrews 11:3, it reads, “Through faith, we understand that the worlds were  framed by the Word of God so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear.”  In other words, we allow the Word to be made flesh in us by this unseen reality, which thereby allowing the living Word with all its promises and blessings to become flesh in our lives.  This most powerful linguistic word amen establishes every answered prayer and manifests His will in the awakening of our daily lives.  

Fr Leo

Creative power of the tongue James Chapter Three

THE EPISTLE OF JAMES
Chapter Three

What is the Creative power of the tongue?

• Is it as powerful as the Bible says?
• Can it really start fires?
• What does my tongue reveal about my Character?
• How can blessings & Cursing come from the same place?
• What are my thoughts?
• How can I use my tongue for Good?

THIS WEEK:
We will answer these questions & more, as we unpack Gods word together, revealing a fresh understanding of the power of the word of God for our lives. We will gain a clear vision of what the tongue hides and reveals about our character and its incredible creative force in our lives.

Most importantly we will receive the tools needed, to live a closer walk with Jesus, our bridegroom!