Saturday, February 17, 2018

MY THOUGHTS

NO POP
NO CHIPS  OR NO DIPS
FRUIT
 EAT FRESH VEGGIE
WATCH FATS
EXERCISE DAILY
WATCH  SUGAR  INTAKE 

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

The Sanctuary Message

The Sanctuary Message

The following sanctuary message study you are about to read is not only a truly amazing study, but also a journey. A journey through the plan of salvation, and an attempt by the antichrist to cast down and destroy this amazing Bible truth. But God is triumphant in all things and He has now restored His sanctuary message.
You will not hear the sanctuary message in the majority of churches today, because Satan, through the antichrist church, has cast it down and trampled upon it and turned the masses away from this amazing Bible truth. But God has now restored this message through His remnant church. This study is of great importance and I humbly ask that you come before God in prayer before reading through this page and ask God to guide you in His truth.
Psalm 77:13 ...'Thy way O God is in the sanctuary.'
The great battle between good and evil started in heaven with Satan (originaly known as Lucifer). Lucifer wasn't satisfied with his already lofty position in God's kingdom and wanted to take the position of God, which is told in Ezekiel 28:13-19. Because of this great sin against God, Lucifer (Satan) was cast out of God's heavenly kingdom and a third of God's angels that Lucifer deceived were also cast out with him. (From here we will refer to Lucifer as Satan). Satan then succeeds in deceiving Adam and Eve into disobeying God by eating of the tree that God told them not to eat from. So God in His mercy gives man a second chance and reveals His great plan of salvation to lead man back to Him.
That plan of salvation is amazingly revealed through the Old Testament sanctuary, which as Hebrews 8:4-5 and Hebrews 9:24 says, is a copy of the original sanctuary in heaven itself, where God dwells. The basic purpose of the sanctuary is for man to be led back into the presence of God ... Exodus 25:8 ...'And let them make me a sanctuary; that I may dwell among them.' ... God wants to dwell with us, and the sanctuary message reveals the way back to God's presence.