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The Principle of Grammar

We need a literary study of the scriptures because there is no magical meaning to scriptures. Before nations were born in Genesis 11, earliest form of Woodblock printing dating back to Roman Egypt in  the fourth century and dictionary was developed God accommodated himself to man’s understanding and dictionary meaning of the word TESTAMENT which have had the same meaning since the beginning of time. In the Bible a noun is a noun, a verb is a verb and figure of speech is a figure of speech

2 Peter 1:20, Knowing this first that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation

To study the grammar, we must look at the sentence, the prepositions, pronouns, verbs, nouns, and phrases, dependent clauses and the subordinate phrases? We must study how the words relate to each other in the sentences and in the paragraphs in order to study carefully. The careful interpreter will observe "little things!"

Example 1: In Matt. 28:19-20, for example, we have the Great Commission—"Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them... 'teaching them to observe all that I commanded you... “(the New American Standard Bible).

As you first read it, "Go" sounds like a verb; "make disciples..., baptizing... teaching" all sound like verbs. But as you study the sentence, you find there's only one verb, matheteusate, "make disciples." "Go" is nothing more than a participle. "Baptizing," is a participle, and "teaching," is a participle, which means they modify the main verb. What the Great Commission says is, "Make disciples," and "teach." When you understand that, the fullness of that concept comes out of the text.

Example 2: The scripture says in Matthew 3:16 that the Spirit of God descended on Jesus ‘like’ a dove after he was baptized by John. The passage does not suggest that the Holy Spirit is a dove. The word ‘Like’ is a simile which makes reference to semblance or characteristics. What it means is that the dove possess character attributes that can be found in the Holy Spirit. So doing a comprehensive study on the characteristic of the dove will let us have a better understanding of the character, functions and operations of the Holy Spirit. Attributes which are to be seen in the life of everyone baptized in the Holy Spirit.

Remember there are no magical meanings to scripture. Simple rules of grammar have to be applied if we desire to have a better understanding of scripture.

 

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There are two types of Christians you should not be. Do not be like the prodigal son who was not spiritually minded and had no desire to maintain and build relationship with the father but was just interested in his inheritance. Also you do not want to

 

be like the elder brother of the prodigal son who was only interested in his father’s business but cared less and was ignorant about his inheritance. You must be a Christian who has the passion to build a relationship with the father and ready to discover principles that will help you fulfill your dreams and possess your inheritance.

In this book you will find some valuable Biblical principles; with which you can unlock every barrier that stands between you and the fulfillment of your dreams, aspirations and vision. You can use these keys to activate the grace of God on your life and receive unction from the Holy Spirit to actualize your dreams which can become monuments in this life blessing generations.

 

 

Experience God's Glory- The Ultimate blessing 4 The True Worshipper

This step-by-step manual helps Christians improve their relationship with God and position them to encounter and enjoy God’s glory. Readers will discover how to prepare their sacrifices and season them with prayers, as well as celebrate their faith by employing the “expressive mediums” found in the Tabernacle of David to appropriate God’s glory into their lives. Filled with biblical exegesis and a life-transforming message, this book will prepare you to enjoy God’s best—His glory.

“Readers will have a deeper understanding of how the old and new tabernacles were established and how they both exist in the New Testament, and especially how to inculcate them into their lives,” says Annan. “Understanding and [being] able to relate to both tabernacles in this New Testament era is crucial to worshipping God in spirit and in truth.”

Prior to giving his life to Christ, Annan was a pop dancer who performed at various functions. When he got saved, God used his special gifts to minister to people and bring them to the altar for worship. As soon as he became aligned with Christ and became consistent with the expressions of his faith, he achieved success; provision; inner strength; and the realization of his dreams, visions, and prosperity.

 

 

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