Deliverance Follows Obedience

Deliverance Follows Obedience
Prepare your heart to seek God for obedience that you may observe and do all that Christ has commanded through His holy apostles.
"For then will I turn to the people a pure language, that they may all call upon the name of the LORD, to serve Him with one consent." (Zephaniah 3:9)

Monday, February 13, 2012

1 John 1:1-4 (S8W Online Assembly)

The record of Jesus Christ (pattern of knowledge) is central to our experience with God and the only record which God sanctifies for faith. Understanding the value of this knowledge and those who teach it (covenant apostles), are the first principles of Christ of salvation.

In this epistle, Apostle John is bringing out:
  • Why our confidence can be placed in Christ, 
  • How He manifests Himself through His GTS, 
  • How separation is necessary from darkness to light, 
  • And that our stages of growth are through our overcoming.
What is sin and what has God provided in Christ to free us from it?

Keep in mind the following definitions:

SIN (singular) = System
SINS (plural) = Fruits

Therefore sin is the system that inspires the fruit (sins). We take on the substance (fruit) of the system we join ourselves to.

Also note that Apostle John is writing this epistle to those whom he was already stewarding. You can think of this as the Dean of Medicine at a hospital writing to all of the licensed staff members who have all received certain levels of medical training and have all proven themselves through their application with that knowledge in the field. The letter would not re-teach their intro to medicine classes but would draw upon that foundation knowledge which they all share and speak from within the framework of that common understanding. This is what we see in all of the letters of the apostles contained within the scriptures.

For an introduction to the covenant language, please use this link: 

For more information about the spiritual priesthood of Christ to which we've all been called, please use this link: