by Tony Alamo

Jesus, while talking to His disciples, promised, "I will pray the Father, and He shall give you another Comforter, that He may abide with you for ever" (John 14:16). This promise was not only for His disciples then, but for every true disciple from then on. 1 When Jesus says He will be with us, His faithful ones forever, He means both in this world and throughout eternity. 2

Jesus says the "Comforter...may abide with you for ever," yet the world does not see Him. 3 Those of the world believe only what they see. 4 Carnal men and women cannot see God, His logic, or His Spirit because these are spiritual, not carnal. 5 When we receive Christ in us, "the kingdom of God cometh not with observation." It is spiritual, invisible. The kingdom of Heaven is within us. 6

Jesus, the outward man, was also the Triune God inside. 7 Therefore, He could tell His disciples, "He [God] dwelleth with you" (John 14:17). 8 Then Jesus told them, He [God, by the Spirit] "shall be in you [live in you]" (John 14:17). 9 This monumental statement tells us that the incredible mystery of the Triune God by the Spirit shall dwell in all the children of God, 10 all of us who have faith. 11 God, by His Spirit living in us, is the fulfillment of God's desire from before the foundation of the world. 12 His only purpose, His redeeming work, is to unite Himself by the Spirit to those who will obey Him. 13 The very reason God created man was so He and mankind could become one by God's eternal Spirit mingled into man's spirit. 14

Most people believe that the holy conception, which happened nine months before Christ was born in Bethlehem of Judea, was merely the conception of Christ. 15 But Jesus, our blueprint or example to follow, stated, "I am not alone, because the Father is with Me" (John 16:32). Both the Old and New Testaments tell us, "There is but one God" (I Cor. 8:6). 16 God is the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. 17 These three are one. God is never divided. 18

It was not one third of God conceived in the womb of Mary, who was merely a human virgin. 19 It was the entire Triune God that was conceived into her womb. 20 He was not conceived in her to make her the Messiah or Savior. God was placed in the fetus of the human boy in her womb who would become the Messiah, 21 the Savior of the world. 22 Mary was merely the incubator for a human man-child whose inward parts were filled with the Spirit of God. 23 This boy had a human nature on the outside, 24 but was filled inside with God's divine nature. 25

All those who become born-again Christians must receive God into them. 26 Humans are not Christians without God entering them by His Spirit. 27 God enters into those new Christians as the babe Christ. Christ grows in Christians through their reading the Word of God and their obedience to His Word. 28 When the growth of Christ increases in them, God's power and divine nature grows within them as well. God's power gives them more than enough power to forsake human lusts and worldly desires. 29 When this happens, the world sees the miracle of God continuing His walk in the world the same way Christ did. 30 They still have their human bodies, but God is clearly seen working in them and His Words are clearly heard. 31 These individuals are persecuted by the people of the world, just as Jesus prophesied. 32 This demonstrates to the entire human race that the Word of God is true, and that the divine nature living in humans is billions of times more powerful than their human natures. 33 This also demonstrates our ability to continuously endure, showing that we, by virtue of God living and working in us with His power, are the sons of God. 34

It is very important to realize that both the Father and the Holy Spirit were united with Christ in His conception. 35 All of God's efforts in the Old Testament to bring about a holy nation of men, women, and children were in vain. 36 However, in Christ the purpose of God was totally accomplished. 37

Before humans with faith could become God-men and women, the Word which became flesh, God, had to live His life in the human body of Christ, complete God's representation of Himself in the human body of Christ, die His death on the cross for us, be buried, be resurrected, be translated from a man's body into an ecclesiastical one, ascend back to the Father in Heaven, then by the Spirit send Himself into our spirits as another Comforter, a translated God-man Comforter, who was God the Father, God the Son, God the Holy Spirit, and God the God-man. 38 Only in this way could we become like Him inwardly as well as outwardly. Only in this way could we be totally united with God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit both in word and in deed. 39

In the fifteenth chapter of John, Jesus demonstrated beautifully how we may be united to God as the branches on a vine are joined to a trunk so that we may bear His fruit. 40 He will bring about the kingdom of Heaven on earth through us by our allowing Him to live in us and work His works both in and through us. In this way, we can convince the world He is in us. Jesus is the Vine, and we, as branches, must be joined to the Vine in order to bring forth the precious fruit which are human souls. 41 This fruit comes through the Spirit of God pouring through the Vine (Christ) into the branches (His disciples throughout every age). 42

Jesus tells us the same thing in John 16:7: "Nevertheless I tell you the truth; It is expedient for you that I go away: for if I go not away, the Comforter will not come unto you [to live in you and work My works in you]." Without this union, we the branches, can never be united with Christ, the Vine. God said, "I will dwell in them, and walk in them; and I will be their God, and they shall be My people" (II Cor. 6:16). Without His miraculous promise, we could not experience the fulfillment of this beautiful mystery of the Spirit dwelling in us, which is the crowning jewel of God. 43 "But if I depart, I will send Him [the Comforter] unto you [He 'shall be in you']" (John 16:7). "When He is come, He will reprove the world of sin, and of righteousness, and of judgment: Of sin, because they believe not on Me; Of righteousness, because I go to My Father, and ye see Me no more; Of judgment, because the prince of this world [the devil] is judged. I have yet many things to say unto you, but ye cannot bear them now. Howbeit when He, the Spirit of truth, is come, He will guide you into all truth: for He shall not speak of Himself; but whatsoever He shall hear, that shall He speak: and He will show you things to come" (John 16:7-13). If we are not willing to unite ourselves to God's life, His work, and His power, we will never enter Heaven. 44

God could call the whole world to repentance in less than one minute by simply opening the Heavens like a giant curtain and revealing Himself as He states He really is in His Word, a God of wrath towards unrepentant sinners, 45 as well as a God of love to those who fear Him and keep His commandments. 46 All He would have to do is let us see Him standing in the sky. If everyone could plainly see Him angrily sending thunder and lightning bolts down to earth from His hand, as well as sending giant meteorites, iron balls of fiery hail, and the many other plagues recorded in His Word, 47 within one second the fear of Him would be instilled into every living soul on earth, just as it was with the children of Israel when He descended upon Mount Sinai in the days of Moses. Mount Sinai was covered with smoke in the area where His earthquake-sounding voice recited His Ten Commandments to them, 48 and "the voice of the trumpet exceeding loud; so that all the people that was in the camp [of Israel] trembled" (Ex. 19:16).

"Mount Sinai was covered with smoke, because the Lord descended upon it in fire: and the smoke thereof ascended as the smoke of a furnace, and the whole mount quaked greatly" (Ex. 19:18, Orig. Gk.). "And all the people [of Israel] saw the thunderings, and the lightnings, and the noise of the trumpet, and the mountain smoking: and when the people saw it, they removed, and stood afar off. And they said unto Moses, Speak thou with us, and we will hear: but let not God speak with us, lest we die"(Ex. 20:18-19). 49 Moses then told the children of Israel, "God is come to prove you, and that His fear may be before your faces, that ye sin not" (Ex. 20:20). Here Moses is telling us the truth. Unless we fear God, we will not serve Him. 50 This is why Satan wants you to fear him, his government church, its enforcement agency, and his mouth, the majority of the media and press, who are the propagandists. Jesus tells us who we should fear: "Fear not them which kill the body, but are not able to kill the soul: but rather fear Him which is able to destroy both soul and body in Hell" (Matt. 10:28).

God, who has the edge on everyone, doesn't want to call the world to repentance just now by standing in the air with His wrath. His Word states that it pleases Him "by the foolishness of preaching to save them that believe" (I Cor. 1:21). He sends regenerated men and women into the world as lambs among wolves to preach His warnings to wicked men and women, just as He did His only begotten Son, 51 to see if the world will make sport of them. 52 If they do, their true character will be known to God and to everyone, and their ill reward from God will be seen by all as a just reward.

Yes, He prefers to annoy everyone by sending Himself, with His message of love and mercy, embodied in mere humans. God's choice of human flesh distributing His message has always astounded, disgusted, and annoyed the world. 53 "How dare human flesh tell us what God says," they say. Those having political power say, "Let's show these disgusting wretches how powerful we are. Let's blacken their names through our connections in the government and media, go after their backsliders, pay them to lie about them, fine them astronomical amounts of money in order to stop the gospel, and, to slow them down, cast them into prison. If that doesn't work, let's kill them." God knows that eventually everyone is going to stand before Him and receive their reward, whether good or evil. 54

Soon, in these last of last days of the world, God will cause everyone to see and experience His plagues, which will be much worse than the ones Pharaoh and the people of Egypt experienced. 55 This time the entire world will hear the blast of His ecclesiastical horns even louder than they did in the past. 56 Now that the world is saying, "Peace and safety" through a one-world, man-made order, God states, "Sudden destruction cometh upon them [as quickly], as [sudden] travail [cometh] upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape" (I Thes. 5:3). Then "the Lord Himself shall descend from Heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the trump of God" (I Thes. 4:16). His angry and wrathful countenance will be made very visible for everyone that ever lived on earth to see. He will communicate to everyone how hideous His vengeance shall be for all unrepentant sinners, including all lukewarm Christians, all false teachers, and all false preachers who represent themselves as belonging to Him. 57 How quickly everyone will fall on their faces, weeping and wailing, petrified by the sudden reality of His true nature, His hatred for all sin. 58 Big-time Charlies and little guys alike will weep and wail. They would instantly repent if they could when Christ comes at them with His wrath. 59 It is written, "The kings of the earth, and the great men, and the rich men, and the chief captains, and the mighty men, and every bondman, and every free man, [shall hide] themselves in the dens and in the rocks of the mountains; And [say] to the mountains and rocks, Fall on us, and hide us from the face of Him that sitteth on the throne, and from the wrath of the Lamb: For the great day of His wrath is come; and who shall be able to stand?" (Rev. 6:15-17). "It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God" (Heb. 10:31). How awful for the world to realize at such a moment that they will spend eternity in Hell. 60

Many churches today falsely state that the Word of God depends on their interpretation. This is false. God does not leave His Word open for human interpreters. 61 His Word plainly states, "No prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation" (II Pet. 1:20). God's Word has one meaning only. Anything other than His meaning is a private interpretation and false.

God's Spirit in the Word plainly states that He must be in us in order for us to be saved. 62 When the Word of God states He must walk, talk, and work in and through us, His Word means exactly that. God's Word says we hate Him if we don't believe and obey Him. 63 He means just that. Pretending to be saved will not stop us from going to Hell in the end. How could anyone not understand what God's Word means when it is plain for all to see? Those who twist the Word of God and make it mean what they want it to mean so they can justify their sins are foolishly playing a game with God's Word. God doesn't allow anyone to play games with His Word. The Word is God and He, the Word, proclaims Himself to be a terrorist. 64 If I were you, I'd pick someone other than the universe's biggest and most renowned terrorist to play games with. We all know who will win. "The Lord hath His way in the whirlwind [a twister, a tornado]" (Nahum 1:3). These foolish people couldn't care less as to whether they go to Hell or not. Only in Hell will they care. 65 Then they will curse themselves for being so foolish. Satan made them believe that what they sold their souls for was important. 66 In Hell they will know how utterly worthless and damning it was. 67

Foolish people committed a hate crime against Christ. They crucified Him because they believed the lies told about Him. They lied about Him because they couldn't stand Him preaching and teaching the same message I teach and preach. Wicked men also committed hate crimes against the prophets and the apostles. 68 They killed them for preaching the same message I preach today. First they lied about them, then they killed them. The Bible tells us that in these last days, Satan will be filled with even more wrath, and his people will commit many more hate crimes than they ever did in the past. 69 Revelation 12:12 warns, "Woe to the inhabiters of the earth and of the sea! for the devil is come down unto you, having great wrath, because he knoweth that he hath but a short time." His lies, persecutions, and insane actions are more vicious and widespread than ever before since he has new devices to spread them, devices such as the media, the press, motion pictures, the computer, false churches, his cult, its enforcers, and his well-oiled propaganda machine. 70

Today we are internationally lied about. The hateful persecution we face is not limited to jails, prisons, and death. Before we were saved and preaching the message of Christ, we were loved by the world. Now they hate us because the message we preach is the same one Christ, the prophets, and the apostles preached to the world, which is that you cannot enter the kingdom of Heaven with sin on your soul, and you cannot stop sinning without uniting your spirit to the eternal Spirit of God. 71 "Without [holiness] no man shall see the Lord" (Heb. 12:14). "Sin no more, lest a worse thing come unto thee" (John 5:14).

God must constantly live in us if we are to enter the Kingdom of Heaven. 72 Only God dwelling in us can keep us spiritually strong enough to not sin. 73 Only God's Spirit in us has eternal life. 74 There is no religion on earth that can give us eternal life. 75 Only God in us gives us eternal life. 76

God knows we are not going to be in this world long, 77 so He gives everybody enough rope to either do what He says or to hang themselves. Each individual decides where he will spend eternity. 78 God tells us if we obey Him, we will be in Heaven, and if we don't, we will be in the well-known Hell every true Christian has preached about for many generations. 79 The choice is ours. 80 "The Lord is not slack concerning His promise, as some men count slackness; but is longsuffering to us-ward, not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance" (II Pet. 3:9).

If I were you, I wouldn't listen to any man regarding this subject, that is, anyone that would tell you anything other than what I am telling you is in the Word of God. 81 False prophets and teachers will lick your wounds and tell you God is all love.82 They will make God look like Santa Claus or some other fictional character. If I were you, I would read the Bible and see who is right, because I am talking about your everlasting soul, which will spend eternity in some everlasting place. 83

Satan's propagandists have said God winks at sin, but this isn't true. 84 These same propagandists have made those of us who bring the truth of God to the world appear to be evildoers. 85 There isn't much that we can do about that but pray and ask God to take care of them for us. 86 These propagandists run the media, the press, as well as the one-world government church and its enforcement agencies.

We are commanded by God to turn the other cheek, which means continue preaching His truth. 87 Jesus said, "He that receiveth you [by His Spirit living and speaking in us] receiveth Me" (Matt.10:40). Here Jesus is saying if you think we're evil, then you must also think the true God is evil. According to God, this makes you evil.

In Luke, chapter sixteen, a man who begged the spirit of Abraham for one drop of water on his tongue to ease his thirst in the fiery torments of Hell was disappointed at Abraham's answer. Abraham replied that even if he wanted to give him a drop of water, he couldn't because of the vast gulf between Heaven, where Abraham was, and Hell, where the formerly rich sinner was. The condemned man's spirit then requested that someone be sent to his brethren to warn them of the torments of Hell. Abraham answered, "They have Moses and the prophets [the Word of God]; let them hear them. And he said, Nay, father Abraham: but if one went unto them from the dead, they will repent. And he said unto him, If they hear not Moses and the prophets, neither will they be persuaded, though one rose from the dead" (Luke 16:29-31).

To prove the truth of Abraham's statement, Christ came, died, then resurrected from the dead. Still, they don't believe. 88 All of Christ's servants were dead in sin. All were raised from the dead by the immortal Spirit of the Triune God. Still, they are not believed by the world. This should make Abraham's statement ring loudly in the ears of the most depraved souls, awakening them to repent of their sins and serve the Lord with zeal: "If they hear not Moses and the prophets, neither will they be persuaded, though one rose from the dead" (Luke 16:31). Believing the Word causes salvation. If we doubt God's Word, we are calling Him a liar. This doubt damns the soul. 89

Now the world at large has no excuse for their rejection of God's mercy for them in Christ. When these unrepentant sinners reach the judgment bar of God, they will be sent to Hell for an eternity. 90 When they reach the judgment bar of God, they will see how foolish they were for not believing the things God told them through His servants and in His Word. What a pity for them to have not believed that true love is the keeping of God's commandments, nothing else. 91

Jesus brags in Revelation 1:18, "I am He that liveth, and was dead; and, behold, I am alive for evermore." You cannot brag in this way unless the entire Triune God lives and works in you without ceasing, day by day, until the end. 92

Jesus unveiled this divine secret the night before He left His disciples. 93 In order to stay out of Hell, in order to enter Heaven, in order to have His immortal life, and in order for us to have power on earth as we shall have in Heaven, we must "be born of water and of the Spirit" (John 3:5). He must live in us.

It was hard for Christ's disciples to be happy when He told them that His human bodily presence would no longer be with them, but Jesus promised their loss would be compensated by a much greater blessing than His human presence. 94 A spiritual presence would come to take His place, to abide with them forever, and to dwell in them and all those who would follow Him up till the end of time. 95

The entire Word of God, when read, prepares us to receive Jesus, our Lord, and the Father. 96 He "shall be in you" (John 14:17). "Ye shall receive power, after that the Holy Spirit is come upon you" (Acts 1:8). Jesus promised that after He went away He would return to them as the Comforter, "dwell in them, and walk in them" (II Cor. 6:16).

John the Baptist also promised the Comforter in these words: "He [Christ] shall baptize you with the Holy Spirit, and with fire" (Matt. 3:11). Christ, by the life and power of God in Him, had the ability to fulfill the purpose of God, which was-and is-to create a nation of people united to Him by the same Spirit, people who would allow God, the Word, to continue His incarnation, His ministry, in human flesh on earth. 97 These people, by the virtue of God in them, are a nation of sinless people, God-men and women, people who are more than able to keep the moral law of Moses, as well as "the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus" (Rom. 8:2). 98 They will never again abide in "the law of sin and death," because they constantly remember that He is in them (Rom. 8:2). 99

Unless we have Holy Communion with the Lord throughout each day, it is impossible for us to live the life of Christ. 100 Most Christians don't understand the significance of the last supper. God's Word tells us that He is the bread of life when He, the Word, is consumed by us. 101 He, the Word, is our spiritual food, but we must eat that spiritual food daily so His resurrection and ascension life and power lives and is mingled in us daily. 102 John 1:1-2 and 14 tells us He is the Word of God. Eating Christ for spiritual food and drinking His blood for spiritual drink daily simply means reading His Word daily and doing what His Word tells us to let Him do in us so that the world of sinners might repent of their sins, be cleansed by the blood Jesus shed on the cross, and resurrect from the death of human nature unto the eternal life of God's divine nature. 103 In this way His will can be done by Him in us. 104

The Spirit located in God's Word gives us the power to remain sinless. 105 His blood cleansed us of all our former sins by our faith in the power of His blood and our faith in His Word, which is Christ. 106 The power of His life in us keeps our human nature mortified so that only the divine nature lives. 107 It is impossible to sin if we only live according to God's holy, divine nature, His Spirit. 108 His blood gives us the access by His Spirit to boldly approach the throne of God and commune with Him. 109 We may remain continuously alive by always remembering that His life, the Spirit, pours into us constantly by our communion with Him and His with us. 110

Jesus told His disciples that unless they remember daily to "eat the flesh of the Son of man [the Word of God], and drink His blood [boldly commune with Him daily], [they] have no life in [them]" (John 6:53). Those of us who are saved because of His life in us must always remember this if we are to retain His life, which is our very eternal life. The Word of God also states, "The blood is the life" (Deut. 12:23). In other words, our life is in His blood, which was shed for us. 111

We cannot communicate to God with sin on our soul. 112 Without communion with God, we have no eternal life. Jesus said, "Whoso eateth My flesh, and drinketh My blood, hath eternal life; and I will raise him up at the last day" (John 6:54). Only after our sins are washed away in Christ's blood can we communicate with God. 113 Those who have not yet been washed in Christ's blood have no life, no Holy Communion with God. They are dead in their sins and trespasses and have no eternal Spirit of God's life in them. God is not in them.

Satan would rather have us sleep, and be unconscious of the fact that God is in us. If we who are saved remember God is in us, we will not sleep and we will not be weak. Rather, we will be strong. This is because by our always believing He is in us, we will always be communing with Him and He with us. 114 God is vexed and angry with those who sleep, because those who sleep doubt that God is in them. Hence, they do not partake in Holy Communion with Him and He will not communicate with them. To doubt that He is in us after we're saved is sin. By faith we are saved and by doubt we are damned. 115 Therefore, if we doubt He is in us we would be considered in I Corinthians 11:23-30 as unworthily partaking in the ritual of Holy Communion with God.

True communion with God is not merely a church ritual. It is always remembering He is in us by communing with Him by prayer and by listening for the return of His communion to us. 116 If we think salvation to be anything other than God in us, if we think going to church for an hour or ten hours a week and warming a seat there to be on the same par as having Christ in us, we are sadly mistaken. The scriptures plainly tell us that no matter how much we pray, how many hymns we sing, no matter how many hours we spend in a man-made building called a church, and no matter how many times we clap our hands, deprive ourselves, crawl on our knees to statues, flog ourselves, fast, or no matter how many good deeds we do, these are all nothing more than filthy rags unto the Lord. 117 If God is not in you, you are nothing and are doing nothing. 118 Practicing your own version of spirituality does nothing more than infuriate God with your home-spun ideas of goodness, which again are no more to God than a dirty rag. 119 He must live in you and walk in you. 120 God doesn't care how big your cathedrals are or whether they're made of crystal or gold. Man-made cathedrals have nothing to do with God. You are the temple God wants to live in, 121 and if He is not living in you, if the Spirit that resurrected Christ from the dead is not in you, then you are not His. 122

If we take communion with Him unworthily, that is, if we think He approves of sin and believe ourselves to be communicating with Him, our communication with Him is unworthy. First Corinthians 11:29 states, doing this we will be eating and drinking damnation unto ourselves, not discerning the Lord's body. Let us discern what the Lord's body is. The Lord's body is composed of those of us who have Him living in us. His embodiment is the incarnate Word continuing His work on earth in our consecrated human bodies. The content within those of us who are the containers must be God. We not only must look like Him, but contain Him in order to be members of the Lord's body.

Discerning the Lord's body simply means always remembering God is in those of us who are saved, always remembering that we are an intricate part of His body, where His life lives, and always remembering that His life is our very life. Not discerning the Lord's body means not understanding this fact. To not know that God is in you is the same as falling asleep spiritually. Those who do not discern His body cause a curse to befall them. "For this cause many are weak and sickly among you" (I Cor.11:30). "He that eateth and drinketh unworthily" means he who thinks he's communing with God by eating broken crackers, drinking wine, or drinking grape juice in church ceremonies. These people are committing a sin, because they are partaking in the Lord's body unworthily.

Communion with God is not eating crackers, drinking wine, and drinking grape juice. Neither is it a ceremony performed once a day, once a week, once a month, or once a year. Those who are the body of Christ are His body simply because He lives in their human bodies. They commune with Him and He communes with them throughout every day. Those who doubt this are eating and drinking damnation to themselves. 123 They don't discern the Lord's body because they don't understand what the body of Christ really is. Again, it is not crackers, wine, or grape juice.

If we are His body, He is alive in us. The faith to believe these things comes by our hearing the Word, 124 our experiencing the life of God in us, and our seeing the things come to pass that He says will come to pass when we obey the Spirit's voice in us, which never deviates from the New Testament Word, the New Covenant. 125 Without faith it is impossible to please God. 126 The scriptures tell us if we do not remember He is in us after salvation, we will no longer be communing with Him and we will not be allowing Him to work in us. Therefore, we ourselves will break the New Covenant if we no longer permit His life to live in us. 127 If His eternal life is not in us, we have no eternal life. 128 Our eternal life must be from His life living in us. "Salvation is found in no one else, for there is no other name under Heaven given to men by which we must be saved" (Acts 4:12, The Orig. Gk.). Only by faith in His existence in us are we saved, and if we doubt His existence in us we are damned. 129

As Jesus said to the church of Sardis, "I know thy works, that thou hast a name that thou livest, and art dead [you are alive, you are still saved, but you are dead]. Be watchful, and strengthen the things which remain"(Rev. 3:1-2). In other words, He is saying they forgot to remember God is in them. So by faith, "Strengthen the things which remain, that are ready to die: for I [Jesus] have not found thy works perfect before God. Remember therefore how thou hast received [how the Spirit of life entered you] and heard, and hold fast [to the faith that God is in you], and repent [of this sin, this doubt]. [Jesus said] If therefore thou shalt not watch, I will come on thee as a thief, and thou shalt not know what hour I will come upon thee [you shall be damned]" (Rev. 3:2-3).

Some in this church of Sardis were worthy because they walked with Christ in white. 130 They remembered Christ, the Almighty God was in them. "He that overcometh [begins believing that I am in them], the same shall be clothed in white raiment [be saved]; and I will not blot out his name out of the book of life [they shall not be damned to Hell], but I will confess his name before My Father, and before His angels" (Rev. 3:5).

Jesus said, "My sheep hear My voice [hear My communion with them] and I know them [by their communing to Me], and they follow Me [the walk I walk in them]: And I give unto them eternal life; and they shall never perish, neither shall any man pluck them out of My hand" (John 10:27-28).

If we forget daily Holy Communion with our Lord and Savior, which is His life in us, we will first have an up and down spiritual life, and eventually will have no eternal life at all. 131 The Lord will not abide in such a temple. 132 God will not share His temple with any evil spirit, including doubt. We cannot serve God one day, then forget that our body is God's temple the next. 133 God wants full time possession of His temple. 134 This means our full heart, our full soul, our full mind, and all the fullness of our strength. This commandment is the first and most important commandment of all. 135

Unless the Triune God's presence is in us, it is impossible for the Spirit in us to be a teacher, a witness, and a representative of God Himself with the ability to glorify Himself in us by convincing the world that He, in fact, is continuing His victorious walk on earth in us. 136 Unless there is a union of the Vine and the branches, we will not have the peace, joy, and power we gain in prayer through His indwelling, which is the fulfillment of the promise of the Spirit's coming on the day of Pentecost. 137

God's indwelling has one condition. 138 We must comply with this condition, because He is the only source of eternal life for us. 139 If we do, He promises that He "will dwell in [us], and walk in [us]" (II Cor. 6:16). It doesn't do us any good to merely know the things the Holy Spirit can do for us. It doesn't do us any good to confess our entire dependence on Him unless we fully realize that it is only the Triune God's Spirit living in us who is our Teacher and our Strength. 140 He only resides in those of us who are the Body of Christ, the real Church of God. 141 If we fully accept the Lord's promise that He "will dwell in [us], and walk in [us]," and if we live under His total control by this faith, no matter what spiritual place we are in at this moment, our relationship to the Triune Spirit of God will be restored. God will then take total charge of our life and inspire us. He will greatly fill and bless all of us who have totally given ourselves up to Him as His dwelling place. 142 This fact is confirmed throughout the epistles. 143

The Spirit led the Apostle Paul to reprove the disciples in First Corinthians because of their terrible sins. They forgot that God was in them. However, the Spirit tells them that no matter how weak and unfaithful they might be, they can change if they begin believing these scriptures: "Know ye not that ye are the temple of God, and that the Spirit of God dwelleth in you?" (I Cor. 3:16) "Know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit?" (I Cor. 6:19) Paul is positive that if these scriptures are believed, if this truth is given the place God means it to have in our hearts, souls, minds, and spirits, it will not only motivate us to continue on in God, it will also give us the power of an entirely new and holy life. 144

Paul reproved the backsliders in the church of Galatia in the same way. He had no greater message for them than this. He asked if they had received "the Spirit [of the Triune God living in them] by the works of the law [of sin and death], or by the hearing of faith [in the Word of God, which shows the truthful purpose and plan of God's mighty, merciful salvation to those who believe]?" (Gal. 3:2).

"This is the victory that overcometh the world, even our faith [that is, our faith in that God is in us]" (I John 5:4). We only need to understand and simply believe that God is in us. If we simply believe that fact, we can victoriously continue walking in the Spirit of God's life and do His works to the end. 145 There is no teaching that the believers of Christ need more than this in these last days. 146

It is very sad that most people professing Christianity are ignorant to this truth concerning the indwelling of the Holy Spirit. This is why Christians are so weak and are thought of by the world as being sinful and sloppy. They profess to walk in a holy way by the Spirit, and profess also to do the works of God. 147 If they were, Satan would not be so prevalent in today's world. I know some Christians do a lot of praying so the Holy Spirit might work in and through them. They pray that God will lead, guide, and direct them correctly. By prayer, they also ask God to make them totally dependent on Him. But unless they personally acknowledge to themselves the continual divine presence of God living in them, believe it constantly, and experience God's mighty works done both in them and through them, they shouldn't be disappointed or surprised at their continual failure. 148

Our living God demands His dwelling place to be free from all sin, free from all doubt, free from all intrusions of Satan, and free from any satanic disturbance. 149 Our God wants the entire possession of His temple, our bodies. Jesus wants His home all to Himself. He will not do His work in a temple shared with Satan. 150 He cannot rule and reveal Himself, His love for righteousness, and His hatred for sin by His Spirit unless the entire temple, our entire being, is possessed and filled by the Holy Spirit, the Comforter, the Triune God. 151 Those of us who desire to enter Heaven must consent to God's demands. 152 This is the meaning of the Spirit dwelling in us in His fullness. If your desire is not to continuously surrender your entire will to the Spirit's indwelling, then give up any thought of going to Heaven. It would be impossible. 153

Jesus said to His disciples, "Come...and follow Me" (Mark 8:34). 154 They immediately dropped the work they were doing and followed Him. 155 This is the way it must be today. God is calling everyone into His body, where He can live and work, both so they can be saved and so they won't go to Hell. 156 He wants to dwell and work in you now, not later. He states, "Now is the accepted time; behold, now is the day of salvation" (II Cor. 6:2). If this is not your will, you will continue doing what you are doing. If it is your will, you will immediately, by faith, drop what you are currently doing then come and follow Jesus. Begin your spiritual life with God now by saying this prayer:


My Lord and my God, have mercy upon my soul, a sinner. 1 I believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of the Living God. 2 I believe that He died on the cross and shed His precious blood for the forgiveness of all my sins. 3 I believe that God raised Jesus from the dead by the power of the Holy Spirit 4 and that He sits on the right hand of God at this moment, hearing my confession of sin and this prayer. 5 I open up the door of my heart and I invite You into my heart, Lord Jesus. 6 Wash all of my filthy sins away in the precious blood that You shed in my place on the cross at Calvary. 7 You will not turn me away, Lord Jesus, You will forgive my sins and save my soul. I know because Your Word, the Bible says so. 8 Your Word says that You will turn no one away, and that includes me. 9 Therefore, I know that You have heard me, and I know that You have answered me, and I know that I am saved. 10 And I thank You, Lord Jesus, for saving my soul, and I will show my thankfulness by doing as You command and sin no more. 11

You've just completed the first step in a series of five steps which are necessary to receive salvation. Your second step is to deny yourself and take up the cross daily for the purpose of mortifying yourself, that is, for putting to death your own will, your soulful self, and the world with all of its lusts. All these must be baptized into the death of Christ.

Step three is your resurrection from the satanic life of Adam unto the sinless life of Christ. Step four is your ascension into a position of authority to reign for God on earth, and the fifth step is to reign for God on earth to the end for the purpose of bringing about the kingdom of Heaven on earth. You must learn the Word of God, then submit yourself and do what the Word says, so that the Church and the world may see evidence of your submission to God's Word, His order, and His authority in and by you.

Praise the Lord. May God reward you abundantly.
World Pastor Tony Alamo

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"Communion" Footnotes:

1. Matt. 28:19, Acts 2:38-39, 5:32, 11:16-17, 15:8-9 return

2. Matt. 10:29-31, John 3:16-17, 6:56-58, 14:2-3, I John 2:24-25, Rev. 22:3-5 return

3. Matt. 13:13-15, John 1:4-5, 10-11, 14:16-23, I John 3:1 return

4. Psa. 14:1, 4, John 1:5, 10, I Cor. 2:14, II Cor. 4:3-4, Heb. 11:13 return

5. John 4:23-24, Rom. 8:7, I Cor. 2:14 return

6. Luke 17:20-21 return

7. John 17:21-23, Col. 2:9 return

8. Isa. 9:6, 40:3-5, Matt. 1:23, John 1:1-3, 10, 14, 10:30, 14:6-11, 17:21-23 return

9. John 14:15-20, 23, 25-26, 15:3-11, I Cor. 3:16-17, 6:19-20, Gal. 2:20, Eph. 3:16-21, I John 3:24, Rev. 3:20 return

10. John 14:20, 15:4-5, I Cor. 3:16-17, Eph. 3:16-21, Col. 2:9-10 return

11. John 1:12, 7:39, 11:25-26, Acts 13:38-39, 16:31, Rom. 3:22, 5:1, Gal. 3:7-9, 14, Eph. 2:8, II Thes. 2:13-14 return

12. Gen. 1:26-27, Jer. 31:33, Heb. 8:10 return

13. John 17:6-23, I Cor. 6:17, II Cor. 6:16-18, Eph. 2:10-22, Heb. 2:10-11 return

14. Isa. 43:7, John 17:21-23, I Cor. 6:17, Heb. 2:10-11 return

15. Isa. 9:6-7, Matt. 1:18-23, Luke 1:26-35 return

16. Deut. 4:35, I Kin. 8:60, Isa. 45:5-6, 21-22, Joel 2:27, Mark 12:32, Rom. 3:30, Eph. 4:6 return

17. Gen. 1:1-2, 26, Isa. 9:6, John 1:1-3, 10, 14, 14:6-11, 17:21-22, Eph. 3:9, Col. 1:14-17, 2:9-10, Heb. 1:8-10, 2:9-10, I John 5:7 return

18. Gen. 1:26, Isa. 9:6, Matt. 12:25-26, Luke 1:26-35, John 1:1-3, 8:28-29, 11:25, 14:1, 7-11, 23, 20:25-28, Acts 4:12, Gal. 3:28, Phlp. 2:6-11, Col. 2:9, I Tim. 1:1, 4:10, II Tim. 1:10, Heb. 2:7-11, Rev. 1:8 return

19. Matt. 1:23, Luke 1:26-35, Heb. 2:16-17 return

20. Isa. 9:6, Matt. 1:23, Luke 1:35, John 1:1-3, 10, 14, 4:24, 8:19, 28-29, 10:30, 14:1, 6-11, 13, 20, 23, Eph. 4:10, Col. 1:15-17, 19, 2:9-10, I John 5:7, Rev. 1:8 return

21. Isa. 9:6, Matt. 16:13-16, Luke 1:26-35, 39-55, John 1:1-3, 14, 6:53-58, 14:23, Rev. 19:13 return

22. Isa. 43:11, 45:21-22, Hos. 13:4, Luke 2:11, John 4:42, I Tim. 4:10, II Tim. 1:10, Titus 2:13-14, I John 4:14 return

23. Isa. 9:6-7, Matt. 1:23, 12:46-50, Luke 1:26-35, 2:40-49, 11:27-28, John 2:2-5 return

24. Isa. 53:2-12, Matt. 13:54-56, Luke 22:41-44, Rom. 8:3, Phlp. 2:6-8, Heb. 2:9-10, 14-18, 4:15 return

25. John 3:34, 6:63, 8:28-29, 10:27-30, 37-38, 14:10-11, Col. 2:9-10 return

26. John 3:3-6, II Cor. 6:16, Heb. 8:10, Rev. 3:20 return

27. John 3:3-5, Eph. 2:11-22, Rom. 8:9 return

28. Isa. 53:2, Matt. 9:37-38, 13:3-8, Luke 2:52, 10:2, John 4:35-36, 15:1-5, Rom. 10:17, 12:1-2, I Cor. 3:6-8, Eph. 4:11-16, Phlp. 2:7-8, II Tim. 3:14-17 return

29. Rom. 8:37-39, I Cor. 15:57, Gal. 5:24, I John 4:4 return

30. Rom. 12:4-21, I Cor. 12:6-11, II Cor. 5:17-20 return

31. Mark 13:11, Luke 12:11-12, John 14:10-11, Acts 3:2-8, 9:40, 12:5-17, 19:12, 20:9-12, 27:33-36, Rom. 12:4-21, I Cor. 12:6-11, Gal. 2:20 return

32. Matt. 24:9-10, 10:22, 24-25, Luke 6:22-23, II Tim. 3:12 return

33. Matt. 26:40-41, John 6:63, Rom. 8:37, II Cor. 12:6-10, Gal. 3:1-3, 5:16, I Tim. 4:7-8, I John 4:4 return

34. John 1:12, Rom. 8:14-21, Gal. 4:4-7, Phlp. 2:13-15 return

35. Isa. 9:6, Matt. 1:23, Luke 1:35, John 1:1-3, 8:19, 28-29, 10:30, 14:6-11, 20, II Cor. 5:19, Col. 1:15-17, 19, 2:9-10, I John 5:7, Rev. 1:8 return

36. Gen. 1:26, 3:19, 22-24, Matt. 21:33-44, 22:1-8, 23:29-39 return

37. Jer. 31:31-34, I Pet. 2:9-10 return

38. Matt. 18:11, 20:28, Heb. 7:24-27, 8:1-2, 9:11-17, 22-28 return

39. Amos 3:3, Rom. 8:1, 10-11, 14-17, I Cor. 2:10-16, II Cor. 5:18, Gal. 2:20, Eph. 2:6, Phlp. 2:5-6, 9, Col. 1:28-29, 2:9-10, Heb. 2:11, 4:12-13, I Pet. 1:15-16, I John 3:2 return

40. John 15:1-5, 7-8, 16 return

41. John 15:1-5, 8, 16, Rom. 6:22, 7:4-6, I John 2:5-6, 24, 28-29, 3:6-7, 24, 4:4 return

42. Mark 16:15-20, John 14:12, 15:1-5, 7-8 return

43. John 14:15-21, 26, 15:26, 16:7-16, Acts 1:4-5, 2:38-39 return

44. Matt. 5:20, 7:19-23, 16:25-27 return

45. Gen. 6:5-8, 17, 19:12-13, 24-26, Deut. 10:17, 28:14-68, Psa. 7:11-12, 11:5-6, 90:11, 99:1, Prov. 1:24-27, Nah. 1:2-6, II Cor. 5:11, Heb. 12:29, II Pet. 2:4-6, 9, Rev. 19:11-12 return

46. Ex. 20:5-6, Deut. 4:29-31, 5:29, 7:9-11, 28:1-14, Psa. 25:14, 31:19, 85:9, 103:11, 13, 17, 118:4, Isa. 8:13, Dan. 9:4, John 14:21, 15:9-10, I John 2:2-6, 3:24, 5:3, II John 6 return

47. Isa. 13:4-11, 24:17-21, Ezek. 38:19-23, Matt. 24:7-8, 21, 29-31, Acts 2:19-20, II Pet. 3:10, 12, Rev. 15:1, 7, 16:1-4, 8-11, 17-21 return

48. Ex. 19:16-20, ch. 20, Deut. 4:10-14, 24, 33, 35-36, 5:4-27 return

49. Heb. 12:18-21 return

50. Deut. 5:29, Psa. 2:11, Prov. 16:6, Eccl. 12:13 return

51. Ezek. 33:2-9, Luke 10:2-3, John 3:16-17, 17:11, 14-16, 20-21, II Cor. 5:18-20, I John 4:9-10 return

52. Matt. 5:11-12, 23:34-35, Luke 20:9-16, 21:12, John 15:18-20 return

53. Num. ch. 16, Psa. 106:16-18, Isa. 53:2-3, Matt. 23:29-31, 34, 37, Mark 5:1-16, Luke 11:47-51, 13:34, Acts 6:8-15, 7:38-39, 51-60, 8:3-4, II Cor. 10:10, 12:15, II Tim. 3:12, Rev. 18:24, 20:4 return

54. Matt. 3:12, 11:22, 12:36, 16:27, Luke 13:24, John 12:48, Acts 17:31, Rom. 2:5-16, 14:10-12, I Cor. 3:13, II Cor. 5:10, I Pet. 4:5, Rev. 11:18, 22:12 return

55. Rev. chs. 6, 8, 9, 10:5-7, 15:1, 6-7, ch. 16 return

56. Matt. 24:30-31, I Cor. 15:52, Rev. 8:13 return

57. Isa. 29:13-14, 20, 30:1, 14, 30, 33, 33:14, Jer. 5:9, 13-14, 22:24, 29-31, Mic. 7:4, 16-17 return

58. Psa. 5:4-6, Isa. 2:10-11, 19-22, 13:4-11, 24:17-21, 34:1-4, Matt. 24:48-51, II Pet. 3:10-12, Rev. 6:8, 12-17 return

59. Prov. 1:24-32, Isa. 45:23, Rom. 14:11, Phlp. 2:10-11 return

60. Isa. 33:14, Matt. 3:12, 8:12, 10:28, 13:41-42, 25:41, 46, Luke 16:20-26, II Thes. 1:7-9, Rev. 14:10-11, 19:20, 20:10, 15, 21:8 return

61. I Cor. 2:13, Gal. 1:6-12, I Thes. 2:13, I Tim. 6:3-5, II Tim. 3:16-17, II Pet. 1:21 return

62. John 14:6-21, 23, 15:4-7, Rom. 8:1, 6-14, II Cor. 5:17, 21, I John 3:4-6, 24, 5:12 return

63. Matt. 6:24, Luke 11:23, I John 2:4, 4:20 return

64. Deut. 32:35-43, Job 18:14, Prov. 1:26-32, Mal. 2:1-3, Luke 13:24-28, II Cor. 5:11, Rev. 19:11-21, 20:9-15, 21:8 return

65. Matt. 25:30, Luke 16:23-28, Rom. 2:9, II Thes. 1:8-9 return

66. Matt. 16:24-27, Mark 9:43-48, II Pet. 2:1-3, 18-19, Jude 11-13 return

67. Matt. 13:41-42, 49-50, 25:14-30, 44-46, Luke 16:22-31, II Thes. 1:8-9, II Pet. 2:4-17 return

68. Matt. 14:8-11, 23:34-35, John 15:20-21, Acts 7:51-60, Jude 8, Rev. 20:4 return

69. Jer. 30:7, Dan. 12:1, Joel 1:2-12, Matt. 24:6-12, II Tim. 3:13, I Pet. 5:8 return

70. Jer. 30:7, Dan. 12:1, Matt. 24:21-22 return

71. John 15:18-22, Rom. 7:9-25, 8:1-13, Gal. 4:16, I John 4:4 return

72. Jer. 31:33-34, Matt. 10:22, Rom. 2:7, 8:9-17, Phlp. 3:8-11, I John 2:24-25 return

73. John 15:5, 16:33, Gal. 5:16, Phlp. 1:6, 9-11, 2:13, 15, 4:13, Heb. 13:20-21, I John 3:9, 4:4 return

74. John 3:15, 6:68, 10:27-30, 17:2-3, Rom. 6:22-23 return

75. Ex. 20:2-6, Deut. 4:35, I Sam. 2:2, II Sam. 7:22, Acts 4:12 return

76. John 1:3, 10-12, 3:16, 36, Acts 13:48-49, Rom. 6:22-23, II Cor. 4:6, 10-11, Gal. 6:8, Titus 3:7 return

77. I Chron. 29:15, Psa. 78:39, 89:47-48, 144:4, 146:3-4, Isa. 2:22, 40:7-8, Jas. 1:10-11, 4:14, I Pet. 1:24-25 return

78. Deut. 30:19, Josh. 24:15, Prov. 1:29-31, Matt. 6:24 return

79. Psa. 9:17, Prov. 15:24, Isa. 33:14, Matt. 7:13-14, II Thes. 1:7-9, Rev. 14:9-11, 20:10-15, 21:8 return

80. Ex. 32:26, Hos. 4:6, Matt. 6:24, John 12:46-48 return

81. Deut. 4:2, Prov. 19:27, I Cor. 2:11-16, Gal. 1:6-9, I Tim. 6:3-5, I John 2:27, 4:1, Rev. 22:18-19 return

82. Isa. 5:20, Jer. 5:31, 6:13-14, Matt. 24:11, Luke 6:26, II Pet. 2:1-19, Jude 16-19 return

83. Gen. 6:13, 17-18, 19:13, 24-25, Deut. 10:17-18, Isa. 13:9, Col. 3:24-25 return

84. Gen. 6:5-7, 18:20-21, 19:12-13, 24-26, Psa, 5:4-6, 11:5, Prov. 6:16-19, John 5:14, Acts 17:30-31, I Cor. 6:9-10, Eph. 5:3-6 return

85. II Tim. 3:12, I Pet. 2:12, 4:3-5 return

86. Psa. 3:1, 3-7, 35:1-3, 50:15, Rom. 12:19-21 return

87. Matt. 5:39, 10:22, II Tim. 2:3 return

88. Matt. 12:40-42, John 1:5, 10-11, 15:18-24, Acts 10:36-43, 28:27, Rom. 8:3, 14:9, I Cor. 1:23, 15:3-4, I Pet. 2:7-8 return

89. Mark 16:16, John 3:18, 36, Heb. 3:12, 19, Jude 5, Rev. 21:8 return

90. Matt. 3:12, 8:12, 10:28, 13:40-42, 22:2-14, 25:31-46, Luke 14:16-27 return

91. John 14:21, 15:9-10, I John 2:2-6, 5:3 return

92. Matt. 6:11, Luke 9:23, John 8:31-32, 15:9-11, Acts 14:22, Rom. 11:22, Phlp. 3:8-16, Col. 1:9-11, 21-23, I John 2:24-25 return

93. John 14:12, 15-21 return

94. Luke 24:44-53, John 4:1-3, 12:23-24, 15-21, 16:5-22 return

95. Matt. 10:20, 28:18-20, John 4:23-24, Acts 2:17-18, 38-39, I Cor. 2:9-10 return

96. Isa. 55:11, John 5:24, Rom. 10:8-11, 17, I John 5:7-13 return

97. Rom. 7:4-6, I Cor. 12:12-14, Eph. 5:25-27, I Pet. 2:9-10 return

98. Jer. 31:33-34, Eph. 5:25-27, I Pet. 1:17-23, 2:9-10 return

99. Matt. 5:14-16, 48, Heb. 13:20-21 return

100. Matt. 6:9-11, Luke 9:23-26, John 6:53, 15:4-6, Rom. 8:1-2, 5-6, Gal. 5:16-17, Heb. 3:12-14 return

101. John 6:33, 47-58 return

102. John 6:48-58 return

103. Col. 3:16, I Thes. 2:13, II Tim. 3:16-17, Heb. 1:1-3, I John 1:1-3, 7, II Pet. 3:1-2 return

104. Acts 17:11 return

105. John 7:37-39, 14:15-17, Rom. 8:1-11, I Cor. 6:11, Gal. 5:22-25, Eph. 2:13, 18-22 return

106. Matt. 26:28, Acts 20:28, Rom. 3:24-26, Col. 1:20-23, Rev. 1:5-6, 19:13 return

107. Rom. 6:6, 11-13, 7:4, 8:13-14, 13:14, Gal. 5:24-25, Eph. 2:1-6, 4:22-24, Col.3:9-10, Titus 2:12-14 return

108. Rom. 8:1-10, Gal. 5:16, 25, Eph. 5:8-9, I John 3:9 return

109 Rom. 8:26-27, Eph. 2:18, Heb. 4:14-16, 11:6, Rev. 1:5-6 return

110. John 14:15-21, 23-27, 17:19-23 return

111. Matt. 26:28, Mark 14:24, Luke 22:20, John 6:53-57, Eph. 2:14-18, Heb. 9:7, 12-14, 20, 22, 10:19 return

112. Job 35:13, Psa. 34:15-16, 66:18, Prov. 28:9, Isa. 59:2, John 9:31 return

113. John 6:53-57, Gal. 4:4-7, Eph. 2:13, Heb. 10:19-22, I John 1:3-7 return

114. John 14:15-21, 23-27, 17:19-23 return

115. Mark 16:16, John 3:18, 36, 11:25-26, Gal. 3:7-9, 14, Eph. 2:8 return

116. Luke 18:1, 21:36, I Thes. 5:17 return

117. Isa. 64:6 return

118. John 15:5 return

119. Isa. 55:8-9, Amos 5:21-24 return

120. Jer. 31:33, II Cor. 6:16, Heb. 8:10 return

121. I Cor. 3:16-17, 6:19-20, II Cor. 6:16-18, Eph. 2:19-22 return

122. John 3:5-7, 6:51-58, Rom. 8:5-9, I John 5:11-12 return

123. I Cor. 11:29 return

124. Rom. 10:17 return

125. John 7:16-17, 15:14, Rom. 5:3-4 return

126. Rom. 8:8, Heb. 10:38, 11:6 return

127. Heb. 10:26-29, II Pet. 2:20-23, Matt. 25:1-30, John 15:6, 14, Acts 1:4-5, 2:32-33, 37-39, Rom. 1:18-32, II Thes. 2:2-12, I John 5:11-12 return

128. John 3:36, 4:11-14, 5:24-26, 39-40, 6:35-40, 47-58, 66-68, 11:25, 14:6, Rom. 8:11, I John 5:11-12 return

129. Mark 16:16, John 3:15, 36, II Thes. 2:11-12 return

130. Rev. 3:4 return

131. Eph. 4:14-16, 22-24, Phlp. 4:13, Col. 2:6-10 return

132. Rom. 8:5-9, I Cor. 6:18-20, II Cor. 6:14-18, Rev. 3:16 return

133. Matt. 6:22-24, Rom. 2:7-13, I Thes. 5:17, Jas. 1:22-25 return

134. Matt. 6:22-24, I Cor. 3:16-17, 6:19-20 return

135. Mark 12:30 return

136. John 17:18-23, Rom. 8:37, II Cor. 6:16 return

137. Luke 24:49, John 14:26-27, 15:1-7, Acts 2:2-4, 16-18, 38-39 return

138. Zech. 4:6, Matt. 4:1, Luke 1:80, 4:18, John 3:3, 5, 14:6, Acts 2:4, 17-18, Rom. 7:6, ch. 8, I Cor. 3:16-17, II Cor. 6:16, Rev. 3:20 return

139. John 6:32-35, 40-41, 47-58, 14:6 return

140. John 14:26, Phlp. 4:13, I John 2:27 return

141. Rom. 7:4-6, Eph. 1:22-23, 5:29-32, Col. 1:24-27 return

142. John 14:23, 17:18-23, Gal. 4:4-7, I John 1:3-4, Rev. 3:20-21 return

143. Rom. 8:6-18, I Cor. 3:16-17, II Tim. 1:14, I John 4:12, 16-17 return

144. I Cor. 3:21-23, 6:20, II Cor. 5:17-21, 7:1, Eph. 4:1-6, I John 4:4 return

145. Matt. 24:13, John 6:37-40, 8:31, 10:27-30, Acts 14:21-22 return

146. I Cor. 3:16-17, 6:19-20, II Cor. 6:16-18, Eph. 2:10-22 return

147. Rom. 1:20-21, Titus 1:16 return

148. John 15:5, Heb. 12:14-15 return

149. Matt. 6:24, Eph. 4:27, Col. 1:21-24, Jas. 4:7 return

150. Matt. 6:24, 12:33, Luke 6:43-45, Rom. 6:16, I Pet. 1:15-16 return

151. Eph. 3:16-19, 4:13-16, 5:25-27, I Thes. 4:3-4 return

152. Matt. 16:24-27, John 3:5, 12:25-26, Rom. 2:7, 6:16-23, Gal. 6:8, II Tim. 1:10 return

153. John 14:6, 10:1, 9, Acts 4:10-12 return

154. Matt. 4:19, Luke 9:23, John 1:43, 21:22 return

155. Matt. 4:18-22, Mark 1:16-20, Luke 5:27-28 return

156. Joel 2:28-29, Matt. 11:28, Luke 14:21-23, Acts 2:17-21, II Cor. 6:2, Heb. 2:3-10, Rev. 22:17 return

"Prayer" Footnotes:return to top

1. Psa. 51:5, Rom. 3:10-12, 23 return

2. Matt. 26:63-64, 27:54, Luke 1:30-33, John 9:35-37, Rom. 1:3-4 return

3. Acts 4:12, 20:28, Rom. 3:25, I John 1:7, Rev. 5:9 return

4. Psa. 16:9-10, Matt. 28:5-7, Mark 16:9, 12, 14, John 2:19, 21, 10:17-18, 11:25, Acts 2:24, 3:15, Rom. 8:11, I Cor. 15:3-7 return

5. Luke 22:69, Acts 2:25-36, Heb. 10:12-13 return

6. I Cor. 3:16, Rev. 3:20 return

7. Eph. 2:13-22, Heb. 9:22, 13:12, 20-21, I John 1:7, Rev. 1:5, 7:14 return

8. Matt. 26:28, Acts 2:21, 4:12, Eph. 1:7, Col. 1:14 return

9. Matt. 21:22, John 6:35, 37-40, Rom. 10:13 return

10. Heb. 11:6 return

11. John 5:14, 8:11, Rom. 6:4, I Cor. 15:10, Rev. 7:14, 22:14 return

12. John 14:6 return

13. Acts 4:12 return