1st Principles

Eight Steps to Reading Your Bible More Effectively PDF Text: 8 steps 

This 65 page book offers eight separate foundational understandings that empower seeing eyes and hearing ears in the dedicated student of the Bible.

The Sword of the Spirit Introduction PDF text: Sword of Spirit Introduction

This four page introduction addresses the application and purpose for the intentional complexity in all divine communication. There will always be more than we can see or hear. There will never be a simple answer. The Creator does not use acronyms, idioms or mission statements.

The Natures & Relationship of God & Jesus Christ  The Natures and Relationship of God and Jesus Christ

This 32 page commentary reviews the first principle truths about the separate natures of the Creator and His son, as well as their relationship.

The Nature of Man Nature of Man

This 20 page commentary reviews the first principle that man is completely mortal, entirely dependent on a resurrection from the dead in order to participate in any degree of an immortal salvation. To understand anything else is to agree with the serpent in the Garden of Eden, insulting the Creator’s righteousness.

The Nature of Evil The Nature of Evil

The 42 page commentary reviews the scriptural principles concerning the nature of evil, the impossibility and God despising nature of the concept of a wicked immortal angel and the inherent evil generated from within mankind.

Holy Spirit Gifts Holy Spirit Gifts PDF

This 10 page reviews the purpose, procedures and limited application for the Holy Spirit gifts and how they were only promised for a period of two generations and that they would be replaced by something greater.

The Terms of Salvation Salvation Terms PDF

This 10 page commentary details the scripture components for what is necessary for salvation? What does the Bible say actually “saves us”?

Behavioral Responsibilities Behavior Responsibilities PDF

This 34 page commentary reviews the structure, purpose and divine motivation for the  four rituals of the Ecclesial Age (baptism, memorial service, prayer head coverings, sisters’ silence) as well as the principles of separation and marriage and lastly the terms of divinely acceptable prayer.


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