by Tony Alamo

All the things we see, taste, touch, feel, and partake of in this present world are not genuine or real. They are only symbolic of Christ, of Heaven, and of all the treasures in Heaven.1 Real or Heavenly things last for­ever. But this world and everything in it is soon coming to an end; therefore, this world is not the real world.2 The real world is Heaven. Everything we can see, touch, and partake of was created by Christ.3 Christ made everything in the world that we can see, touch, and partake of to be symbolic of Himself.4 He is our real and eternal life, our food, our water, our clothing, our light, and our abode, our eternal living place.5 He alone is our everything, our "all in all" (I Cor. 15:28).6

Again, the earth or the land is symbolic of Christ. On the third day of creation, God separated the dry land from the waters.7 Before this happened, the dry land was buried under the waters.8 The land rising out of the waters was symbolic of Christ resurrecting from the dead on the third day after His crucifixion, which we see in the New Testament.9 The land is symbolic of Christ, because every living thing comes out of Christ,10 who is "the Life" of everything, including ourselves.11 God made man in His own image out of the dust of the ground. He gave man life, and He gave man His authority.12 Christ, the land, provides every­thing for us to maintain our temporal life until we die. This again includes our food, water, air, clothing, the light from the sun, which Christ created both so we could see and to make things grow on the land for our sustenance, and our bodies, which house our temporal lives, our spirits.13

The city and the temple, which were built in the land of Canaan, are symbols of the fullness of Christ. They represent His body, the church.14 Again, Christ is our everything. Since we came out of Adam and Eve, our dirt father and mother, we are earthy.15 If our desire is to have eternal life, we must come into the spiritual realm through the crucifixion and resurrection of Christ while we are on this earth.16 Then, while we are still on this earth, we, with Christ in us, must begin building the eternal city and temple in Heaven for us to live in eternally. The city and the temple in Heaven are Christ, the fullness of Christ, and the fullness of God. We, Christ's body and church, come out of the crucified, resurrected body of Christ.17 Eve was taken out of the body of Adam.18 We who are the bride of Christ are taken out of the body of Christ. We, together with Christ, are the bride of Christ, the New Jerusalem, the Heavenly city of God.19 He is no longer just with us, as He was with His disciples when He was in the world. He with His Father by the Spirit is now living in us, making us one with Him. Together we are the Heavenly city and the temple therein.20


Again, in this world, the land of Canaan is the symbol of Christ, who is everything. The city and the temple which were built on the land of Canaan are symbols of the fullness of Christ, which is His body, the church. Let's talk about Jesus, out of which and upon which the fullness of Christ, the church, is built. This by no means is just Christ and a church. It is Jesus, who is our everything, the fullness of Christ, which is His body, and the church as well. What I mean is that God could never have worked towards the salvation of lost souls without a physical human body both to live in and to work in.21

Christ always let God work both in and through Him.22 We see in the Bible that the work of God, which was accomplished through Christ, was not accomplished by Christ just sitting in a church, singing hymns, clapping and lifting His hands towards Heaven, and giving testimonials. God used Christ's physical body to work His powerful works in, mostly outside the synagogues.23 Christ was rarely inside synagogues or temples made by man. So, if we've taken up our cross and are following Christ, which means letting God do His work through Christ both in and through us, as Christ said we must do, then God in Christ is doing His divine work in those of us who are the fullness of His body, the church.24

If we are sitting in a church one, two, or even seven days out of the week, but doing nothing except listening to sermons, singing hymns, giving testimonials, perhaps dropping a few coins in the offering plate, or just reading and praying, we are not doing the kind of work God does in human bodies. We must not be only a church, we must be the fullness of the body of Christ so that God in Christ can use our bodies as He did the physical human body of Jesus.25 If we are the fullness of the spiritual, Heavenly body of Christ on earth, then God in Christ is doing everything in our physical bodies today that He did in Christ's physical body two thousand years ago.26 The Bible calls those of us in whom God in Christ is fully working here on earth "the fulness of Christ" (Eph. 4:13) and "the fulness of God" (Eph. 3:19). God has put all things under the feet of Christ. He made Christ "to be the head over all things to the church, Which is His body, the fulness of Him [Christ] that filleth all in all" (Eph. 1:22-23).

The Apostle Paul by the Spirit tells every disciple that we are "to know the love of Christ" (Eph. 3:19). "This is the love of God, that we keep His commandments" (I John 5:3), "THAT [WE] MIGHT BE FILLED WITH ALL THE FULNESS OF GOD" (Eph. 3:19).27 This is why Jesus said, "Ye are My friends, if ye [FULLY] do whatsoever I command you" (John 15:14).28 Jesus also said, "He that is not with Me is against Me" (Matt. 12:30). This means they are fully against Jesus.


Christ, who is our head, needs our bodies to work in.29 We, who are His body, the bodies He works in, need Christ our head to tell us what He wants us to do.30 We also need Him because He is our life itself.31 We can't pretend to be Christians and expect to enter Heaven. We must really be the fullness of Christ, and He must really be the fullness of us, if we are to enter Heaven.

Without Christ, we are spiritually dead.32 Paul by the Spirit tells us how we are dead without Christ. "And you hath He quickened, who were dead in trespasses and sins; Where­in in time past ye walked according to the course of this world, according to the prince of the power of the air [Satan], the spirit that now worketh in the children of disobedience: Among whom also we all had our conversation in times past in the lusts of our flesh, fulfilling the desires of the flesh and of the mind; and were by nature the children of wrath, even as others. But God, who is rich in mercy, for His great love wherewith He loved us, Even when we were dead in sins, hath quickened us together with Christ, (by grace [which is God's power, His quickening Spirit, which resurrects us from our spiritual death unto life eternal] ye are saved;) And hath raised us up together, and made us SIT TOGETHER IN HEAVENLY PLACES in Christ Jesus" (Eph. 2:1-6).

Jesus said, "Without Me ye can do nothing" (John 15:5) and told us that in Him we "are more than conquerors" (Rom. 8:37). In other words, we, who are the fullness of Christ's body, can do nothing without Christ, our head, and Christ, our head, can do nothing about the salvation of souls without His body.33 Again, we who are the members of Christ's body are both the fullness of Christ's body and the fullness of God.34 If our heads are severed from our bodies, our bodies cannot do a thing, and if our bodies are severed from our heads, our heads can't do anything.35 The Bible teaches us that this is true in reference to Christ, our head, and in reference to we, who are His body, the church. "For as the body without the spirit [from God] is dead, so faith without [the] works [of Christ being done both in and through us] is dead also" (Jas. 2:26). God made it this way. God created man in His image to live in so He could represent Himself to the world with His life, power, authority, and ability.36 To do this, God needs us, and we need Him. Otherwise, He could never accomplish His purpose.37 His purpose is to live in man, whom He created in His own image, to represent Himself with His authority.38 All those who refuse to allow God to accomplish His purpose in them are not sheep, but goats,39 and are not wheat, but chaff.40 They will not spend eternity in Heaven, but in the lake of fire.41

We, with Christ, are the city and the temple built upon the real land, Heaven, Christ. Everything, which will eternally be in Heaven or which will be a part of Heaven, must not only come out of the resurrected body of Christ, it must be built upon Christ the Word, the eternal land, which again is Heaven. Christ, our everything, is "the fulness of the Godhead bodily [both living and working in our bodies]" (Col. 2:9). If He's not living and working in our bodies, then nothing for God is being done here on earth. The eternal city and the temple therein cannot come out of anyone else but Christ or be built upon anyone else but Christ. "Be it known unto you all, and to all the people of Israel, that by the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, whom ye crucified, whom God raised from the dead, even by Him doth this man stand here before you whole. This is the Stone which was set at nought of you builders, which is become the head of the corner. Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other name under Heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved" but the name of Christ (Acts 4:10-12).

We are God's temple on earth, and He is our eternal temple in Heaven where we shall live forever.42 While we are building the city and the temple in Heaven during our lives on earth, we are building with Christ our eternal city and temple, our permanent, eternal living place with Christ. Christ, "In whom all the building [of the city and temple] fitly framed together groweth unto an holy temple in the Lord: In whom ye also are builded together for an habitation of God through the Spirit" (Eph. 2:21-22). We are never to think that it is just Christ and the church. We are to realize that Christ is everything. The fullness of Christ is our everything, and the fullness of Christ is also those of us who are working members of His body, His church.43 We are the last members of His body, the ones who are building the final portion of the Kingdom of Heaven, the city in Heaven, and the temple in the city. By preaching the truth of the gospel through the Holy Spirit, we are bringing home the last of the members of the body of Christ, which again are the city and temple in Heaven, the fullness of Christ, Christ's body, Christ's church, the fullness of Heaven, and the fullness of God.44

The center of the Old Testament is not only Canaan land or Israel, it is also the city of Jerusalem and the temple within that city.45 We, who are Christ's body or temple, again are the real fullness of Christ.46 We, with Christ as our head, are the city, New Jerusalem, as well as the temple in New Jerusalem, both of which are in Heaven.47 "For in Him [Christ] dwelleth all the fulness of the Godhead bodily [in Him, we, the fulness of Christ, are both the city and the temple in Heaven, and] are complete" (Col. 2:9-10). "That the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of glory, may give unto you the Spirit of wisdom and revelation in the knowledge of Him [Christ]" (Eph. 1:17).

The Lord gave His church, the body of Christ, which includes apostles, prophets, evangelists, "pastors and teachers; For the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ: Till we all come in the unity of the faith, and of the knowledge of the Son of God, unto a perfect man, unto the measure of the stature of the FULNESS OF CHRIST: That we henceforth be no more children, tossed to and fro, and carried about with every wind of doctrine, by the sleight of men, and cunning craftiness, whereby they lie in wait to deceive; But speaking the truth in love, may grow up into Him in all things, which is the Head, even Christ: From whom the whole body [of Christ, those of us who are with Him, His city, and His temple] fitly joined together and compacted by that which every joint supplieth [the Holy Spirit], according to the effectual working in the measure of every part, maketh increase of the body [the church, the city, and the temple] unto the edifying of itself in love [which is the keeping of God's commandments48]" (Eph. 4:11-16).


God came to the world as a man whose name was Jesus. His coming was not an Old Testament symbol. This was God's real sacrifice, the real thing, God's real deal.49 He is the eternal Promised Land, the Kingdom of Heaven, the real world.50 Again, in the Old Testament, Canaan land was symbolic of Christ or the Kingdom of Heaven.51 The city and the temple, which the Jews built both out of the land and upon the land in Israel, were symbolic of the real city and temple in Heaven. These are both built out of the real Christ, and the real land, Heaven. When we invite the Lord Jesus Christ into our hearts, the real Kingdom of Heaven enters into our hearts, our spirits. "The Kingdom of God is within you" (Luke 17:21). By His Spirit, we become these spiritual things which bring forth life in all His disciples both then and now.52

On the third day of creation, God began preparing all things for man's life out of the earth, the land.53 After man's fall, everything still had life. However, the life they had was not the real life, since everything of the earth is temporary and must eventually die.54 The things of Heaven are eternal. They never die. Instead, they live on forever and ever.55 Everything on earth is temporary "as the flower of the grass [which passes away quickly]. For the sun is no sooner risen with a burning heat, but it withereth the grass, and the flower thereof falleth, and the grace of the fashion of it perisheth" (Jas. 1:10-11).56 Our short lives are said to be as vapors. "For what is your life? It is even a vapour, that appeareth for a little time, and then vanisheth away" (Jas. 4:14). It is written that we are like shadows. "Our days upon earth are a shadow" (Job 8:9). Everyone appears in this world for a brief time, then goes to their "long home," their eternal home, which will be either Heaven or Hell (Eccl. 12:5).57

Where we will live eternally depends on whose life we let live in us in this world and who we live in while we're in this world. If we, the fullness of Christ, the city and temple with Christ in Heaven, continue living in Christ while we are here on earth and if we let Christ live and grow in us as His temple while we are here on earth, we will be in Heaven while we are on earth, and we will never die. We will continue living in Heaven forever.58 Jesus said, "Whosoever liveth and believeth IN ME [that is, lives with Christ in Heavenly places while He lives in us on earth] shall never die" (John 11:26). If we are careless, forgetting to live in Christ in Heavenly places while we are living on earth, and forgetting to let Christ live in us, His temples, while we are here on earth, we may not realize it, but we will be letting Satan live out his life in us.59 Our horrible reward for this will be our spending eternity in the lake of fire, which begins at the moment of our death.60

Jesus said there are only "two masters."61 Jesus said we must "hate the one, and love the other" (Matt. 6:24). If we want to spend eternity in Heaven, we must love the Lord with all our being by living in Him in Heavenly places, and we must not love Satan at all.62 Jesus said so. We must "love the Lord [our] God with all [our] heart, and with all [our] soul, and with all [our] mind, and with all [our] strength," and we must have no love or affection at all for Satan (Mark 12:30). Our living in Heavenly places with Christ and our letting Christ live in us shows the world that we are the fullness of Christ and that Christ is our fullness.63 It also shows the world that He who lives in us hates Satan, as well as showing the world that we hate Satan as much as God does.64 Amos 5:15 states, "Hate the evil, and love the good."65 Hating Satan means never doing what Satan tempts us to do.66 This is only possible when Christ becomes our fullness on earth and we become His fullness in Heaven.


God didn't deliver the children of Israel from Egypt merely so they could spend forty years wandering about in the desert eating the unleavened manna from Heaven and drinking the water from the rock. God delivered them from Egypt so that they could both enter and experience the promised land, which was symbolic of Christ, and so that they could be symbolic of the fullness of the body of Christ, His church, by building the city and temple, which are also symbolic of the Heavenly city, the New Jerusalem, and the temple in Heaven. The result of all these symbols is the new Heaven, the new earth, and the New Jerusalem, which is the new city and the temple. 67 Jesus said, "Behold, I make all things new" (Rev. 21:5). The Jews entering the promised land in the Old Testament symbolizes what we now know as sitting with Christ in Heavenly places by the Spirit in the real world, which means the real city and temple in the Kingdom of Heaven.68 Again, the Old Testament city and temple are symbolic of the church, Christ's body, which is the fullness of Christ.69

In the Old Testament book of Joshua, the Jews were to build the city and the temple in the promised land, just as we, by the Spirit of Christ in us, are to build our eternal home, the city and temple in Heaven, which are composed of every believer in Christ, while we are here on earth.70 This is the fullness of Heaven. Unless the Jews in the days of Joshua entered the promised land, built the city, then later in the days of Solomon, built the temple in the city, they could never have experienced or enjoyed the fullness of the things God had purposed for them in those days. If they had not followed God's will, they would not have had the pleasure of being the fullness of the promised land. We who are now saved live in Heavenly places with Christ, our temple, while He lives in us on earth.71

The Jews and the Christians can say together, "We were delivered from the bondage of Satan so we could live in our land by being the fullness of Christ." The Jews were delivered to build the symbolic city and temple on earth. And those of us who are spiritual Israelites were delivered from the bondage of sin, Satan, the world, and our flesh to eternally live in the Spirit with Christ both here on earth and in Heavenly places. We can have our own eternal living place only by our building it in Heaven while we're here on earth.72

How could any thoughtful, rational student of the Bible think that God saved the Jews, or saved those of us today who belong to Christ, just to wander around in the wilderness, doing our own thing,73 eating wafers, and drinking water rather than having Christ be our fullness on earth and, by doing His will, we become with Christ the fullness of God in Heaven?74 Learning about Christ is not nearly enough. We must know Him completely by being His fullness, and He must know us by being our fullness.75 We must experience Him, and He must experience us. If we do, He will never say to us on Judgment Day, "I never knew you: depart from Me, ye that work iniquity" (Matt. 7:23).

We read newspapers, books, and other literature, but we don't experience the things that we read. We can know about God from reading the Bible, but we cannot truly know Him until He is both living and working in us on earth and until we are living with Him twenty-four hours a day, three hundred and sixty-five days a year, in Heavenly places while we are on earth.76 Everything Heavenly is Christ.77 Everything that is Christ must be fully in us, and we must be fully in Him.78


Man was created to be the representative of God on earth. He was given God's image, God's likeness, and God's authority.79 Adam failed by doing his own thing. Since then, in one way or another, so did everyone else except Christ.80 In other words, through Christ, God's image, likeness, and authority have come to be manifested on earth. This is because Jesus didn't do His own thing.81 His "own thing" was to do the will of His Father.82 Christ is still symbolic of the land and of everything He has produced for us out of it. Again, our existence on the land is symbolic of Christ being our everything, because the land, which is full of life, produces all the things we need to sustain our physical lives.83

Every day should be a day of thanksgiving to God for the things He provides for us every day, both here on earth and in Heaven for eternity. Christ is our physical life, and Christ is also our eternal, spiritual life. That is, He is eternal life to those of us who are His fullness.84 The Lord wants us to realize that we're totally dependent on Him.85 He says, "Without Me [without My fullness in you and you living fully in Me] ye can do nothing" (John 15:5). God created the land for us to live on forever, and God created us to live on the land forever. 86 However, because of Adam's sin, we can't. We must be spiritually regenerated by Christ's resurrection if we want to live forever.87 However, His desire is that we be thankful for everything He has provided for us here on earth. 88 At the same time, we must remember that all the things God has prepared for man on earth are not real. They are temporary.89 Those of us who are the overcomers are one with Christ, the city of New Jerusalem, which is foursquare in Heaven, where Christ, the Lamb of God, is also the light.90

In the Old Testament, the center of God's mind was the land of Israel, the city, and the temple.91 If we are in the Spirit of God, we know the Word of God, and we know that the very center of God's mind is focused on the eternal land, Heaven. We, the fullness of Christ, and Christ, the fullness of us, are the city and the temple in the eternal land, Heaven. We are the fullness of that land, which again is Christ, who is the center of God's mind.92 It gives me great confidence to know that God's mind is focused on those of us who are the fullness of Christ, the fullness of Heaven. We know that God's mind is focused on us. It is because we, who are Christians, the body of Christ, His church, have our minds focused on Him and on the work He has us doing here on earth, that is, on building the Kingdom of Heaven, the city, and the temple therein for us to dwell with Him eternally. The wicked are not concerned about building the Kingdom of Heaven while they live here on earth. Only we, who are His church and body, are concerned about these things. No one besides us cares about building Heaven, the city in Heaven, and the temple in the city while being here on earth. Only we, who are the fullness of Christ's body, His church, strongly desire to have our "mortality swallowed up of life [life eternal]" (II Cor. 5:4). This means having our mortality swallowed up by Christ, who is our "Life" and the life of everything. The wicked will weep and cry aloud for Christ to let them enter Heaven on the day of Judgment. However, Christ will not allow them to enter Heaven, because they never repented of their wickedness, their sinfulness.93 The wicked don't want to believe that God hates wickedness.94 They foolishly preach that God is all love because it makes them feel better when they speak this fallacy. How terrible Judgment Day will be for them!95 These very foolish, wicked people should have read God's Word, the Bible, when they were alive. At the Judgment Bar of God they will plead with God, saying, "Give us another chance, God. We promise we'll read your Word and do what it says." God knows they are liars. Therefore, He will not give them a second chance. History tells us no one has gotten a second chance. No one has come back to attempt to live a Godly life again. "It is appointed unto men ONCE to die, but after this the judgment" (Heb. 9:27). God, love, hate, and wrath sit on the same seat.96 "All [God's] ways are judgment" (Deut. 32:4). We pray for them to be saved, because we know they will eternally regret the decision they made to live wickedly in this world.97


Yes, there's no doubt about it. We, who are the body of Christ, His church on earth, are the only ones who are concerned about preaching eternal life into the souls of the lost. Those of us who are busy building these Heavenly places with the Lord are the true power or authority of God on earth.98 The power or authority and ability of God belongs to His ministers, those who by Christ in them minister eternal life, Heaven, the eternal city, and the eternal temple in Heaven to the lost souls here on earth. 99 By this, I mean if you are His fullness, you are a minister of the gospel with His power and authority, which is His ability to lead His body, His church. The Apostle Paul encouraged the church by telling them, "Have we not power to lead about a sister, a wife, as well as other apostles, and as the brethren of the Lord?" (I Cor. 9:5). If Christ is your fullness, if you are the fullness of Christ, and if He is fulfilling His will in you, you are God's power, authority, and ability on earth, according to Romans 13:1-7. You must also realize that the Heavenly city itself is the authority of God, not only throughout the entire world, but throughout the entire universe.100

The Heavenly city itself, which we are, is the center of God's authority. For example, Washington, D.C. and the people in the White House, the Congress, and the Senate wield their temporary secular authority over the United States. Washington, D.C. is the center of U.S. secular authority. Rome, with its men strategically stationed throughout the world, wields its diabolical, temporary, secular authority over the world. Rome is the center of the world secular government, the UN. Neither Washington nor Rome are God's spiritual authorities in the world. They are merely secular authorities, which God shall soon judge, then destroy, unless they repent.101 We in Christ, who are the New Jerusalem and the temple within it, are the fullness of Christ and Heaven. 102 We are God's true, spiritual authority here on earth, God's permanent, eternal authority forever over the entire creation of God, which is both Heaven and earth.103 Christ is the center of His church or body here on earth, as well as in Heaven. We are His living place or home, and He in Heaven is our eternal home.104

When those of us who are God's people enjoy this land, and by this I mean take pleasure and delight in Christ as our life, food, drink, clothing, light, and temple, then the authority, power, and ability to have dominion, which Adam forfeited, will be given back to us again.105 This is because Christ, the authority of all things, is living in us by our receiving Him as our life, our food, our drink, our clothing, our light, and our eternal temple.106 The presence of God is also in us, enabling Him to do the same works in and through us that He Himself did while dwelling on earth.107 The Kingdom of God and the house of God are not only here on earth, they are also in the Heavenly places where we dwell with Christ in the real world, the real Kingdom of God, which is our eternal home.108

If Christ owns us, and if we own Him as our living place in Heaven, then the building of His church, which is the body of Christ and the New Jerusalem, will take place.109 Again, this is how the bride of Christ is produced.110 God came into the world as a man, giving us the authority, power, and ability through His resurrection and through our resurrection in Him to take pleasure and delight in Christ as the Kingdom of Heaven, the city of Heaven, and the temple in Heaven.111 At the same time, Christ lives in us here on earth with His authority, His power, and His ability to do His work in our physical, human, temporal bodies.112 He provides all our needs in both worlds.113 We "are complete in Him, which is the head of all principality and power: In whom also ye are circumcised with the circumcision made without hands, in putting off the body of the sins of the flesh by the circumcision of Christ" (Col. 2:10-11).114 This means we are complete by the Spirit of God entering or cutting through our hearts so that He can live in our spirits and be our fullness, that we can be His fullness as well.


Christ's intention is not at all for us to just know about Him, or for Him to just know about us.115 He already knows everything about us, and He did even before we were in our mothers' wombs.116 He knows "the end from the beginning, and from ancient times the things that are not yet done" (Isa. 46:10). His intention is that we fully KNOW Him and that He fully KNOWS us. This is because it is His utmost purpose to have us spend eternity with Him in Heaven. He loves us, and He doesn't want us to spend eternity in Hell.117 "As many as [He] love[s], [He] rebuke[s] and chasten[s]" in hopes that they will repent (Rev. 3:19).

People send their own souls to Hell.118 "As I live, saith the Lord God, I have no pleasure in the death of the wicked; but that the wicked turn from his way and live [by this He means live longer on earth and live eternally in Heaven119]" (Ezek. 33:11). There is only one lawful way to enter Heaven and to stay out of Hell. That way is "His way."120 There is more. We must go about on the earth and sow the seed of God, which is the Word of God, into human hearts. We must do this not by preaching heresy, but by preaching the real gospel, the Word.121 Everything is Christ.122 Our words must be Christ because Christ, the Word, is the seed which brings forth life.123 This means our lips, our tongue, and our mouth must be crucified with Christ, just like the rest of our body.124 We must help build the real, spiritual, permanent Kingdom of Heaven while we are here on earth by preaching the Word. We must help build the real, spiritual, permanent city in the Kingdom of Heaven while we are here on earth by preaching the gospel truth, the Word of God, by the Spirit, and we must help build the real, spiritual, permanent temple in the Kingdom of Heaven while we are here on earth by preaching the true gospel, the Word of God, by the Spirit.125

The real Kingdom of Heaven, the city, and the temple are not built with human hands. They are built by the Spirit, which is the hand of God living in those of us who are His city, His temple, and His authority. Nothing of God that is eternal can be built by any other means than by His Spirit.126 "God is a Spirit: and they that worship Him must worship Him in Spirit and in truth" (John 4:24). To worship Him means to do everything He commands.127 Again, we do it both by His Spirit living in us and by our living in Heavenly places with Him.128 We must be quickened by the life-giving Spirit. It is impossible to do anything at all for God without Him being totally involved. Jesus said, "Without Me ye can do nothing" (John 15:5).129 Again, the real, permanent Kingdom, city, and temple we are building in Heaven, while we are on earth, are spiritual. They are built by God in Christ living both in and through us preaching the Word of God, which is Spirit and Life, to the sinners in the world (John 6:63). The Spirit or the anointing of God is the actual hand of God, the power of God, and the reality of God.130 It is not built by human hands or with any earthly materials. It is built by God in Christ living both in and through us, as well as by the Word, which is spoken by the Spirit of God both in and through us to everyone who is unsaved. The Word also builds Christ up in those of us who are saved.131

Every real thing in the universe is Jesus.132 He is the real Heaven, the real city, and the real temple in Heaven.133 He is the real life, the real food, the real water, the real clothing, the real light, and the real eternal living place for us. All the things that were done by the Jews here on earth pertaining to the Old Testament tabernacle, which Moses built on the desert, as well as all the things done by Solomon to the temple in Canaan land, were first patterned in Heaven.134 "It was therefore necessary that the patterns of things in the Heavens should be purified with these; but the Heavenly things themselves with better sacrifices than these" (Heb. 9:23).

The symbolic sacrifices in the Old Testament of bulls, rams, lambs, etc. were only symbolic of Christ, the sacrificial Lamb, and all the saints who are members of His body, those who sacrificed their former lives of sin for the purpose of doing His will.135 The better sacrifice was God, who came to the world as a man in the physical human body of Christ.136 He gave His life so that we could have eternal life if we believe we have to do the things He says to do to have eternal life.137 "Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ [the Word of God, and prove it by doing everything the Word says], and thou shalt be saved" (Acts 16:31). "He that saith, I know Him, and keepeth not His commandments, is a liar, and the truth is not in him" (I John 2:4). "And all liars, shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone: which is the second death" (Rev. 21:8).


We are but "strangers and pilgrims [while we are] on the earth. For [we who] say such things declare plainly [to everyone] that [we] seek a country [and that country is not anywhere on earth, but is the Kingdom of Heaven]." The Bible states that if we were mindful of this world, we, by free will, would have an opportunity to live a careless life, to return to our old, sinful lives. But we "desire a better country, that is, an Heavenly [country]." This is why "God is not ashamed to be called [our] God: for [God has] prepared for [us] a city" (Heb. 11:13-16). We, with God in Christ living in us, are the ones building or preparing the city and the temple for our eternal habitation.138 Jesus said, "My kingdom is not of this world" (John 18:36). True born-again Christians say the same thing. "Our kingdom is not of this world." Remember, if we belong to God, we are merely strangers or pilgrims passing through this condemned world. We are bound for Heaven, which is our real home, our eternal home.139

When our earthly temples, which are our human bodies, die, we are already in Heaven, where we never die.140 This is because while we were on earth with Christ in us, we were also living in Heavenly places with Him by the Spirit.141 "Whosoever liveth and believeth IN ME shall never die" (John 11:26). When Jesus says "in Me," He means in Him in Heaven, while He's living in you at the same time on earth. We will never die, simply because we have made it a practice to live in Heaven with Christ while He is in us and is doing His work through us on earth.142


Our human bodies are not the real us. Our spirits living in our human bodies are the real us.143 Our will in the real us makes our human bodies do what we really want to do. If we let Christ's will do what He really wants to do in our human bodies, we shall be living in Him in Heavenly places while we're here on earth, and we shall live forevermore with Him in Heaven.144 Christ is our real eternal body, our real temple or eternal habitation, because He and everyone in Him lives forever.145 If we are not dwelling in Christ, our eternal temple, in Heavenly places while we are here on earth, there will be no place for us to dwell for eternity but the lake of fire.146 Don't let your carnal mind or brain try to reason this truth away from you.147 This is the real way it is. This is the gospel truth, THE REAL DEAL. We are spirits living in human bodies. "God is a Spirit," and if we're saved, His Spirit is dwelling in our spirits inside our human bodies (John 4:24).148 When His Spirit is wrapped with our spirits and our spirits are wrapped with His Spirit, we are sitting with Christ in Heavenly places while we're on earth, and we will never die.149 This is the same as being clothed for eternity with God in Christ while on earth.150 If we prepare or dress ourselves for Heaven while we are living on earth, we will never die. This is the real deal. We have prepared, with Christ, an eternal living place in which we can dwell forevermore as the bride of Christ, the bride of God.151

Our physical or human bodies die, but, as Paul says, "We know that if our earthly house of this tabernacle were dissolved [dies and rots], we have a building of God, an house not made with hands, eternal in the Heavens. For in this we groan, earnestly desiring to be clothed upon with our house which is from Heaven: If so be that being clothed we shall not be found naked. For we that are in this tabernacle do groan, being burdened: not for that we would be unclothed, but clothed upon, that mortality might be swallowed up of life [which is Christ]" (II Cor. 5:1-4).152 It is a mutual housing agreement between God and ourselves. In other words, we agree to live in each other. We live in Christ, and Christ lives in us. By our using each other as eternal houses, we who are in Christ never die.153

The Jews were to sacrifice animals until God's true sacrifice for our sins would come into the world. After God in Christ came into the world as our sacrifice, we must daily sacrifice our bodies as living sacrifices for Christ.154 We must do this, since He first sacrificed Himself for us.155 The Apostle Paul by the Spirit stated, "That ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service" (Rom. 12:1).

If the Jews wanted to continue being the people of God, they had to worship God in the temple, just as we must worship in our temple, which is Christ, in Heavenly places if we want to continue being His fullness and if we want Him to continue to be our fullness.156 The center of our minds must be on Christ, who is our Heavenly temple in the New Jerusalem.157

II Corinthians 1:20 states that the promises of God are ours, but only on one condition. We must be IN HIM, and He must be in us. "For all the promises of God IN HIM are yea, and IN HIM Amen" (II Cor. 1:20). God is only obligated to deliver what He promises if we're living in Him in Heavenly places and if He is living in us while we're here on earth.158 This is a great stumblingblock to those who want to go to Heaven but don't want to pay the price. Building the Kingdom of Heaven, the city in Heaven, and the temple in Heaven while we are here on earth is the constant work of the Holy Spirit living in us and of our living in Christ as our temple in Heaven.159

The talents He gives us are spiritual gifts, meaning spiritual powers, authorities, or abilities. These He gives us by transmitting them from Himself into us. If we are not, with delight and pleasure, enjoying Christ's power, authority, and ability by consuming Him as our spiritual life, food, drink, clothes, light, and Heaven, as well as enjoying the city, the New Jerusalem, and the temple, and if we're not delighted to be sitting with Him permanently in Heavenly places while we are here on earth, we won't know Him, He won't know us, and we won't ever know or enjoy an eternity in Heaven.160 We will be wandering around in the wilderness, eating wafers, drinking water, and merely learning about Him. Again, knowing about Christ is not nearly enough.

We must experience the church life, the life of the bride of Christ. Never say that you are a child of God unless Christ is living in you on earth and you are living in Christ in Heaven. There are only evil promises from God for you if you are not walking in God, eating God as your food, drinking God as your water, and breathing in Christ as your life.161 When the Word of God is preached, published, and distributed, it "destroy[s] the works of [Satan]" (I John 3:8).162

There are believers who never overcome. They are destroyed. Their names are blotted out of the Lamb's book of life.163 Their names were once in the book of life. How would God be able to blot their names out of the book of life if their names were not there in the first place? This is one of the many hundreds of Scriptures which prove the fallacy of the doctrine of eternal security. This doctrine is the diabolical doctrine that states we can sin and still enter Heaven.164 Even the angels of God couldn't get away with that one.165 God cast "Satan out [of Heaven] into the earth, and his angels were cast out with him" (Rev. 12:9).166


Our entering Heaven and living there is based on one condition. That condition is that we must be perfect and holy.167 This can only happen if Christ is our fullness and if we are His fullness.168 To think otherwise is to have the mind of Satan, the mind of the Antichrist, the mind of he who is anti-the Word of God.169 "My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge" (Hos. 4:6). All of the promises of God are conditional.170 You can only receive His promises "If ye abide in [Him in Heavenly places while on earth], and [His] words abide in you [while you are on earth], ye shall ask what ye will, and it shall be done unto you" (John 15:7).171 Remember, this circle of Him in us and us in Him must never be broken.172 Remember also that salvation and everything else from God, such as His promises to us, is conditional. God will never let anyone into the Kingdom of Heaven unconditionally.173 Anyone telling you that you can enter the Kingdom of Heaven unconditionally is a liar and the devil. If Peter was telling Jesus this lie, Jesus would rebuke him by saying, "Get thee behind Me, Satan: thou art an offence unto Me: for thou savourest not the things that be of God, but those that be of men" (Matt. 16:23).

We in Christ and Christ in us on earth do spoil "principalities and powers [making] a show of them openly, triumphing over them by the [power of the fullness of the Spirit of God living and working in us, which is Christ]" (Col. 2:15, KJV, orig. Gk.). Christ gives us this power if we live a life of self-denial.174 By this, I mean a life of doing what Christ tells us to do, which means our letting God represent Himself both in and through us with His power and authority rather than our continuing in a state of death, which is our old, sinful life.175 This is what Jesus meant by saying, "Deny [thy]self, and take up [thy] cross daily, and follow Me" (Luke 9:23) and, "Go, and sin no more" "lest a worse thing come unto thee" (John 8:11, 5:14).

From the time that you said, "Yes, Lord," the devil has been going to and fro on this earth to see what he can do to destroy your tranquility and peace on earth, that is, to stop you from delighting in the pleasurable land.176 The devil will not allow you to possess this land because he knows that you're only a stranger and a pilgrim passing through.177 He is trying to keep you from having eternal life by distracting your mind from the delights and pleasures of your sitting with Christ in the promised land, as well as from the delights and pleasures of Christ by the Spirit living in you to build Heaven, the city in Heaven, and the temple in Heaven while you are here on earth.178


In the beginning, the world, the land, was covered in water.179 This was because of Satan's transgression in Heaven.180 After the dry land, symbolic of Christ's resurrection, was resurrected from the chaos and darkness of the deep waters, God created everything for man, then created man in His image out of the land.181 After a period of time, man began hearkening unto Satan, and the entire world rebelled against God.182 So, as in the beginning, God destroyed the world again by covering it with water. This was because they did not receive His former reproofs and chastisements. For their rebellion, He killed them.183 Their souls were sent to Hell through their rebellion to God's Word. God again covered the land with water, separating man from the good land, from which all our life support comes.184

Noah and his family were the only ones saved because they built the ark of safety, which was also a symbol of Heaven, while they were on earth.185 If we, by Christ in us, build the city and temple in Heaven while we're on earth, and if we live there while Christ lives in us on earth, we, like Noah, will have built our ark of safety or our home to live in for eternity. When the fire comes, we, like Noah, will not be hurt by it, as he was not hurt by the flood.186 If Noah would have waited until the rain came to build the ark, it would have been too late for him and his family. He knew he had to begin building it when God told him to.187 If we wait until the fire comes, it will be too late for us. We have to build now.

This is the same thing as the five foolish virgins who let the oil, symbolic of the Spirit of God, go out of their lamps, their bodies.188 When the Bridegroom came, they wanted to borrow oil from the five wise virgins, but it was too late for them, just as it was for all the people who drowned in the flood.189 The five wise virgins are said to be wise because they feared God and kept His commandments. All of them, the five wise and the five foolish, knew what to do. The five foolish virgins stopped building the Kingdom of Heaven, the city, and the temple while they were on earth. The oil, which is symbolic of the Spirit of God, ran out of them.190 They didn't live in Heaven, and Heaven no longer lived in them. This again shows us how foolish the false doctrine of eternal security is. When the Bridegroom comes, or when the fire comes, no one will give up their salvation for a disobedient person who knew to do good but wouldn't. When we stand before God at Judgment, we stand there alone and naked.191

If we're Christians, we, like Christ, have two natures, the human nature and the divine nature.192 Our human nature is of the earth, and our divine nature is from Heaven. The divine nature comes into us on the day we become born again of the Spirit.193 By the Spirit of God living in Christ the man, and Christ living in the Father in Heaven, God, who came into the world in the man Christ, was able to do the work of God in and through the man Christ as a pattern for us to follow.194 God must live in man as He lived in Christ, and we must live in Christ as Christ lived in God. Christ and God are one and the same.195 If Christ is to continue doing His work in any man, that man also must be living with God in Christ in Heavenly places.196 It is Christ in us that does the work.197 The Tree of Life is Christ living in us, and it is our living in Him in Heavenly places. God came into this world as a man so He could lead us to the Tree of Life, which is the reality of God in Christ.198


With God living in us, it is not only possible to never sin again, it is possible to do everything God's instructions tell us to do.199 One of His instructions is "Be ye perfect" (Matt. 5:48).200 This commandment and all the others are impossible for mere humans to keep.201 God never tells us to do anything that we cannot do. He makes a way for us to be able to do it. We can only become holy and perfect by our becoming God-men. This occurs only when He is living in us and when we are living in Him.202 When He is both living in us and working in us on earth, we become one with Him, just as Jesus was with the Father. This is because we are sitting with Jesus, who is sitting with the Father in Heavenly places.203 We will be in Him, and He will be in us.204 Then we are "more than conquerors through Him that loved us" (Rom. 8:37).205

Those who say no one can be perfect or holy are not telling you the truth. They are anti-Christ, false prophets, liars.206 For them to say such things is blasphemy, because they are calling God a liar.207 These people are saying it is impossible to keep these commandments of God. They are the same as saying that the bride of Christ is a sinful bride, one who is not without spot or wrinkle, or clear as crystal.208 They who say such things are considered by the Lord to be dogs, serpents, and scorpions.209 This is because they are saying that Heaven will be a place of imperfection, a place filled with sin, just like this wicked world.210 They are likened by God to be the devil.211

No one can enter Heaven unless they are perfect, without sin. Heaven is God's place of perfection.212 When the members of His body or church realize they are His body, they purge themselves with the Word, readying themselves to be His bride, the New Jerusalem.213 Christ "gave Himself for [His body, His church]; That He might sanctify and cleanse it 214 with the washing of water by the Word" (Eph. 5:25-26).

The people who preach that we cannot be perfect may know a few things about Him, but they don't really know Him. They are not His fullness, and He's not their fullness. If they knew Him, they also would know the cleansing power of His Word.215 It would be in them if they knew Him, and they would not be preaching imperfection to their congregations. Instead, they would be preaching the perfection of Christ, so their congregations could be members of Christ's body, and, by their doing so, not have to spend eternity in the lake of fire.216

The church, the body of Christ, must, while on earth, cleanse itself by the Word, making itself perfect so it can become the bride of Christ, attend the Marriage Supper of the Lamb, and live eternally in Heaven.217 "Be ye therefore perfect, even as your Father which is in Heaven is perfect" (Matt. 5:48).218 "Be ye holy; for I am holy" (I Pet. 1:16). Without holiness, "no man shall see the Lord" (Heb. 12:14). Since Christ is perfect, He will not have an imperfect bride.219 Christ and His bride are one.220 Christ remained sinless on earth, and His bride remains sinless on earth through living in Him in Heavenly places, and through His living in her while she is on earth. He and His bride shall remain sinless in Heaven throughout eternity.221 If you want to listen to false prophets, you're doing it at your own peril. Be safe. Read the Bible for yourself.222

In the twenty-first chapter of Revelation, verse two, the Apostle John, in a vision, saw the bride of the Lamb, the bride of Christ, which in fact is "the holy city, New Jerusalem, coming down from God out of Heaven, prepared as a bride adorned for her Husband" (Rev. 21:2). The bride of Christ prepares herself for her Husband while living on earth so that Christ can "present [His bride] to Himself a glorious church [city, or temple for Him to live in], not having spot, or wrinkle, or any such thing; but that it should be holy and without blemish" (Eph. 5:27).223 Being without spot and blemish is symbolic of being without one sin. In other words, this means the bride of Christ is perfect, holy, and without sin.224 She is the fullness of Christ in Heaven, and Christ is the fullness of her on earth.225

There was "a great voice out of Heaven saying, Behold, the tabernacle of God is with men, and He will dwell with them, and they shall be His people, and God Himself shall be with them, and be their God" (Rev. 21:3). We must be perfect for this to be fulfilled.226 We must be living in Christ as our tabernacle in Heaven while we are living in this world, and He must be living in us as His tabernacle in this world. This is also confirmed by the verse which states, "One of the seven angels which had the seven vials full of the seven last plagues [to be poured out on earth]" said to John, "I will show thee the bride, the Lamb's wife. And he carried me away in the Spirit to a great and high mountain, and showed me that great city, the holy Jerusalem, descending out of Heaven from God, Having the glory of God: and her light was like unto a stone most precious, even like a jasper stone, clear as crystal" (Rev. 21:9-11). Clear as crystal means the same thing as being without sin, without spot, without blemish, and without wrinkle. Therefore, God glorifies her by making her one with Him as the city where the Lamb of God is the light.227 She didn't sin while she was here on earth because she wanted to glorify Christ, her Husband.228 She knew if she sinned, Christ would never be her Husband. That's why she stayed in her house, which is Christ in Heavenly places.229 She is the light of the world because while she is on earth, Christ, the "light of the world," is living in her who also is His body, the church (John 8:12).230

Paul said, "For I determined not to know any thing among you, save Jesus Christ, and Him crucified" (I Cor. 2:2). In other words, knowing Christ is all we need, and allowing His crucified life to be in us is how we know Him and how He knows us.231

It's no wonder that the world is in the condition that it's in. It is because most people believe they don't have to be perfect to enter Heaven, so they never strive for perfection.232 They never receive the reproof of the Word of the Lord. They never receive the light of the Word as their guide, nor have they fortified themselves by letting Christ live in them and by their living in Christ in order to keep themselves sinless.

People who preach half-truths, heresy, may have "a form of godliness [a pretense of godliness], but [deny] the power thereof: [God said] from such turn away [They are] Ever learning, and never able to come to the knowledge of the truth" (II Tim. 3:5, 7). In other words, they keep learning about Christ, but He never lives in them on earth, and they never live in Him in Heaven. Why would God, being perfect, have an imperfect bride or an unholy bride? He came into the world for the purpose of having a perfect church, a perfect body, a perfect bride, a perfect Heaven, a perfect city, the New Jeru­salem, a perfect temple and a perfect eter­nity.233 The real Christ, the "Kingdom of Heaven is at hand [in His church here on earth]" (Matt. 3:2).

"If ye then be risen with Christ, seek those things which are above, where Christ sitteth on the right hand of God. Set your affection on things above, not on things on the earth. For ye are dead, and your life is hid with Christ in God" (Col. 3:1-3).


Salvation and preparation for Heaven must take place in this present world.234 We are given a certain amount of time for this preparation. If God sees you are not interested in preparing yourself for Heaven, He may yank the life out of your body, judge it, then sling your soul into the lake of fire. He says He'll do it at a time when you don't expect it, "as a thief in the night" (II Pet. 3:10).235

Christ, the Word of God, the Bible, which is the Tree of Life, is our permanent and real spiritual life,236 food,237 drink,238 light,239 clothing,240 and eternal dwelling place.241 He is the land of God, the city of God, and the temple of God.242 When our spirit is united with the Lord's Spirit, we have His Spirit mingled in ours, which gives us eternal life.

Job was a perfect and an upright man, one who feared God, and shunned evil (Job 1:8). He said, "I have esteemed the words of [God's] mouth more than my necessary food" (Job 23:12). The reason that Job was able to maintain his steadfast walk in God through all his trials was that he esteemed God the Word, his real and permanent food and eternal life, more than he esteemed the non-permanent food necessary for the life of his temporal, non-permanent body. He knew that his body was made out of dust and would perish soon, just as our bodies are soon to perish.


Christianity is not a religion like Cath­olicism, Buddhism, Muhammadanism, or any other "ism." Religions are dangerous not only to themselves, but to other people, such as the Muslims who train their people to crash into buildings. They are dangerous to everybody. They are anti-Christ. They are anti-humanity, and anti-their own people. They teach their people to die for false causes. They teach them to worship humans, rather than God. They're teaching them how to get to Hell in a hurry.243 Christ is salvation, but only to those who believe in doing what He says.244 This is why God's Word tells us religions are of the devil,245 but "Salvation is of the Lord" (Jonah 2:9).

The Old and New Testament are exactly the same.246 The Old Testament tells the world exactly what Christ fulfilled in the New Testament.247 The Old Testament, the land, the city, and the temple were all a shadow of Christ and His fullness, which is His body, His church, in the New Testament.248 This includes their existence in Heaven for eternity.249

After Christ died, rose from the dead, and ascended into Heaven, He became a life-giving Spirit, who was able to quicken His disciples into life-giving spirits.250 With God in Christ's power living in them as a life-giving Spirit, they were and are, through Christ, able to quicken others unto the life in Christ. No one but Christ in God can do these miraculous things.251

Salvation is of the Lord. Religions are fake. They are an act, a farce, a trick of the devil. They are useful to the devil, who uses them to destroy the souls of mankind. Religions are the exact opposite of Christ. If the Jews refuse to come to Christ, their Messiah, they are no more than a false religion. They will always cry, "Crucify Him, crucify Him," meaning Christ and His church (Luke 23:21). Religions teach their people how to get to Hell fast by telling them to worship people or things rather than to worship God in Christ.252 They teach murder, suicide, and war. They are terrorists and liars. Jesus said they are "of [their] father the devil" (John 8:44). They teach you to worship and to pray to Christ's mother rather than to God in Christ. They teach that Mary is deity, but she is not deity.253 Deity is the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, which are Christ.254 Christ is the fullness of God, and the Bible states that we who are His church and body are the fullness of God in Christ.255

Religion is of the devil, and salvation is of the Lord. Therefore, religion cannot save your soul. Religion can only destroy your soul if you believe in it rather than in Christ, who is your only Savior, your only Lord, the only "KING OF KINGS, AND LORD OF LORDS" (Rev. 19:16). He is our everything both on earth and in Heaven.256

Religious people who enjoy religious cere­monies, rituals, politics, praise from other humans, and any other temporal treasures they gain from being religious will only make God more angry at them for their heresy when they stand before Him at His Judgment Bar.257 God said that the entire world will be deceived in the last days (Rev. 12:9).258 Keep that in mind. If you're religious, you are one of many billions of deceived people. Remember this, too. At the time of the flood, everyone was deceived by the devil, with the exception of eight people.259 Think about it. Oh, and think about this, too. The Word of God states that all the world will be worshipping the devil in the last days, and it is doing just that (Rev. 13:4, 8). Worshipping anything other than God in Christ is worshipping the devil.260 This means they are worshipping idols, religions, or themselves rather than God in Christ. Remember also that Jesus said, "Strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it" (Matt. 7:14).261

What good is it to practice false religions in this present world, or for that matter, to own the entire world with all of its wealth, when in the end your soul is lost?262 What good is it to have a lucrative and powerful job gained from your affiliation with these individuals or from your allegiance with Rome, if in the end, you lose your eternal soul?263 What good is it to be faithful and true to the corrupt, evil one, Satan, or to any of his people just to hold on to some penny-ante piece of what you think is worthwhile in this world? If you refuse to make Christ your everything, as He wants to be, then in the end you will lose your own eternal soul, and you will spend eternity in the lake of fire.264 How foolish you will think yourself to have been! How much you will hate yourself eternally for not accepting Christ to be your everything while you were here on earth. How much you will despise and curse yourself eternally for it when you are screaming your head off in the lake of fire. There shall not be one fraction of a moment of relief from the misery you shall have there forever and ever.265

God's Word, Christ, is the only truth and the only hope for our salvation.266 The false religions mix some truths from the Bible with soul-damning lies. This is a trick of the devil to deceive the world and make his counterfeit doctrines look real, or at least somewhat real, to the general public, those who don't care whether their souls will spend eternity in Heaven or in Hell, those who don't believe in God, in Christ, in Heaven, or in Hell.267


The average person of the world believes that they'll go to Heaven if they're a "good person," if they don't hurt anybody, or if they contribute money to some "worthy cause," which Christ doesn't believe to be worthy at all. These good deeds of theirs are like "filthy rags" in the eyes of God (Isa. 64:6). It's nice to do good deeds, but Christ must be living and working both in you and through you at all times for you to enter Heaven.268 You also cannot commit sins if you want to go to Heaven.269 If you're a sinner, God does not consider you to be a good person. You're lost, and you need to be saved. What you think to be sin and what God says sin really is are two different things. You must not think the way you think any longer if you want to enter Heaven, and stay out of Hell. You must exchange your thinking for the thinking of Christ in order to enter Heaven.270 This exchange is a swap. We swap our inferior, sinful minds for the superior, sinless mind of Christ, or we will never enter Heaven. The devil's false counterfeit doctrines have some appearance of good to the general public, who also haven't a clue as to what the Bible says. They do not care enough about their souls to seek Christ by the Word and make Him their everything. Counterfeit money looks real, but it is counterfeit, unreal. Counterfeit salvation or religion looks real to a lot of people. However, it is not real. It is counterfeit, worthless.

The Bible, the Word of God, is God.271 Christ is the real thing, the reality of everything that is Heavenly and eternal. The Kingdom of Heaven, with all of its treasures and glory, must be far more important to you than the unreal, temporary, symbolic things of this world if you plan to enter Heaven.272 While Job was living his life on earth, he was also putting on Heaven. Job wouldn't give up Heaven and eternity for anything on this earth.273 Job said, "Though He slay me, yet will I trust in Him" (Job 13:15). He trusted in God, whose promises are all "yes." God's promises are not maybe, but are "yes" for all those who keep His commandments.274 His promises are also "yes" to repay the wicked for doing evil.275 He promises the lake of fire to the wicked throughout all eternity.276

Christ is "the fulness of the Godhead bodily" (Col. 2:9). "All things were made by Him; and without Him was not any thing made that was made" (John 1:3). God made us in His image so He could both live and work in us, representing Himself through us by living in us with His authority in this world. God's purpose is to represent Himself to the world by living in man.277 This can only happen if man partakes in Him as his life-giving food. This can only happen if we partake in all the riches that Christ is for our eternal life, that is, if we allow Him to transmit everything that He is into us through our eating Him, the Word, the Tree of Life.278 If your desire is to live in Heaven forevermore, you must show your desire by eating of all that God is in this present world.279

The life-giving elements of this world are only symbolic of Christ.280 The negatives of this earth are not symbolic of Christ. Again, God said there's going to be "a new Heaven and a new earth" (Rev. 21:1). Before this happens, He is going to burn the former.281 This He will do to purge Heaven and earth of any taint of sin, Satan, the world. No one who disbelieves God will live in the new Kingdom of Heaven or live on the new earth.282 Again, God in Jesus stated from His throne in Heaven, "Behold, I make all things new" (Rev. 21:5). In this new Heaven and earth, there will be only righteousness. The Apostle Peter by the Spirit said, "We, according to His [the Lord's] promise, look for new heavens and a new earth, wherein dwelleth righteousness. Wherefore, beloved, seeing that ye look for such things, be diligent that ye may be found of Him [Christ] in peace, WITHOUT SPOT, and BLAMELESS [without sin]" (II Pet. 3:13-14). There was darkness in Heaven and there is darkness in this world, but in the new Heaven and in the new earth there shall be no darkness at all.283 Again, the Lord says, "Behold, I make ALL things new" (Rev. 21:5). Everybody is given a new body.284

There will be no idol worshippers, as well as no evil government agents or media attempting to persuade Christians to tolerate or become part of such satanic, secular, religious blasphemy.285 The Christians who have consecrated themselves from such evil in this world shall be blessed with total separation from such evil in the new, Heavenly, real world.286


If we want to be the fullness of Christ, and if we want Christ to be our fullness, we must open ourselves for Him to enter us.287 We can become the fullness of all this once Christ is in us as our Savior and Mediator, and once we are in Christ, as our eternal home.288 We must open the doors of our hearts. Jesus said, "Behold, I stand at the door, and knock: if any man hear My voice, and open the door, I will come in to him, and will sup with him, and he with Me" (Rev. 3:20). Christ is "the Door" (John 10:9). He is the Door to God, the only go-between connecting us to God.289 The doors of our hearts are the only doors we must open for the Father in Christ to enter us.290

He doesn't live outside of His disciples any longer. He lives in them, and His disciples live in Him.291 As the life-giving Spirit, He lives within His disciples, so we can live in Him in the temple in Heaven. We can do no Godly work without Him both living and working in and through us in this world.292 This is the stone that people stumble over. This is why in the Bible, Jesus is called "a Stumblingstone and Rock of Offence" (Rom. 9:33).293 He, the "Chief Corner Stone" of the church, is actually the Rock of Offense to those who stumble. They stumble because they don't want to live in Him and they don't want Him to live in them while they're on earth (Eph. 2:20). By stumbling over the right way to enter Heaven, they stumble into Hell, the lake of fire.294 Christ and His only way to eternal life are stumblingstones to them. They "[love] this present world" rather than "the world to come" (II Tim. 4:10, Mark 10:30, Heb. 6:5), even though God commands, "Love not the world" (I John 2:15), but "love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, soul, mind, and, strength" (Mark 12:30). They never surrender themselves, their bodies, to be temples for God to live in and do His work in on earth, and they never surrender their time to live in Christ in Heavenly places. To them this would be death, rather than life as it really is.295 There is no fight between them and Satan because Satan already has them right where he wants them. 296 They are entangled with the affairs of this world, which is soon to burn. The Bible states, "No man that warreth [against Satan] entangleth himself with the affairs of this life; that he may please Him [God] who hath chosen him to be a [Christian] soldier" (II Tim. 2:4).

When Christ is living in us, and when we are living in Him, He becomes the "well of water springing up [in us] into everlasting life" (John 4:14), the "pure river of water of life, clear as crystal, proceeding out of the throne of God [and into those of us who are Christians, as well as through us into others. They will greatly benefit from this forever when they become truly concerned and accept this water for the life of their souls]" (Rev. 22:1). All these things are symbolic of Christ, who is also the Holy Spirit, the life-giving Spirit, and the Resurrection.297

Jesus said, "I am the Resurrection, and the Life" (John 11:25). He gives life to all those who seek Him to be their fullness, those who desire to be His fullness, those whose desire it is to spend eternity in Heaven, the most beautiful, splendorous, perfect place in the universe, a place where everything is perfect, including every person, a place where we will always remain young, and a place where we will never die, suffer, be sick, or be maimed.298 Even if we are missing arms, legs, eyes, or our hearing, even if we've lost our teeth, our hair, a finger, or anything else from our physical bodies in this world, we will be completely perfect and whole in the real world, which is the Kingdom of Heaven.299 There is no Satan, no satanic men, women, or children, no extortioners, such as unreasonable tax collectors, no prisons or jails, no chemtrails spraying us with chemical or germ warfare, as I am told is happening today, no torture, no murderers, no adulterers, no fornicators, no liars, no false accusers, no injustice, no other perverts such as homosexuals or lesbians, and no sin at all.300 There is only peace, joy, and complete ecstasy for eternity. "God shall wipe away all tears from [our] eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away" (Rev. 21:4). People will be reunited with their loved ones who have gone on before them. There will be no more tragedies, accidents, or poverty. There will be no more toil. God's kingdom is a glorious kingdom that shall never end.301 It is sparkling and bright, full of innocence, a place where everyone trusts everyone else because they've been tried, tested, and found to be trustworthy.302

The temperature in Heaven is always perfect, and there is never a need for medicine. Once we are in Heaven, it is impossible for even God to cast us out of Heaven, because His promises are true.303 God knows who we are.304 He knows that we are worthy to be there because we were faithful to Him.305 He is in us, and we are in Him.306 The atmosphere of Heaven and the aromas of Heaven are so beautiful and perfect. Everything there is beyond anyone's imagination or ability to explain. "Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love Him [and keep His commandments]" (I Cor. 2:9). No human language is adequate to describe it. Oh, how foolish we would be to live for anything so temporary as this world!307 How foolish it is for anyone to even think of this world, where people have to adjust themselves to faulty and perilous conditions from one day to the next. If we're not saved, there is nothing to look forward to after death but eternal death in the lake of fire.308 Being in the lake of fire is unimaginably worse than being in this present world.309 However, there is everything to look forward to in Heaven with all of the glory and riches there.310 Those who deny themselves of all the ungodly things of this world shall receive trillions of times more pleasure in the Kingdom of God, which is our Kingdom with Christ.


The manna that came down upon the ground from Heaven and fed the entire nation of Israel for forty years was symbolic of Christ, who is the Bread of Life, the Word of God.311 The shoes and the clothing that the people of Israel wore for forty years never wore out.312 This is also symbolic of Christ not only being our clothing, but our provider, both for everything here on earth and for everything in Heaven for eternity. Christ provides much more for us in the world to come, the real world, which is Heaven. Jesus told us to "lay up for [our]selves treasures in Heaven [while we are here on earth], where neither moth nor rust doth corrupt, and where thieves do not break through nor steal: For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also" (Matt. 6:20-21). Our treasures in Heaven are eternal.313 Christ in us is our righteousness. 314 Canaan land, with all of its temporal riches, is symbolic of Heaven, with all of its vast eternal riches. These belong to us with God in Christ.315

The Kingdom of Heaven is entering this world more and more every day.316 It increases every day, both when sinners open their hearts to let Christ come in and when they begin living in Christ as their temple.317 When Christ begins living in them as their life, Heaven, city, and temple, and they begin living in Him as Christ's fullness, they can rest their heads on His bosom and ask Him what they should do daily to build the Kingdom, the city, and the temple while they are here on earth.318 They can ask Him which paths He would like them to take, which green pastures of His Word He would like them to feed from, and which still waters of His Word He would like them to drink from. He will tell them the people He would like them to dispense Himself into while they are still living on earth.319

Every time a new soul comes to Christ by receiving Christ the Word, which is Spirit and Life, into their spirits, the real Kingdom of Heaven, enters into that temple, that soul, that spirit.320 This increases God's Kingdom of Heaven here on earth every day.321 It is in this way that the fourth beast kingdom mentioned in the book of Daniel, chapter two, verse thirty-four, will be broken to pieces by Christ the Stone, through His living in His disciples and preaching His Words through them to the unsaved people of this world.322 We are members of the Stone that "brake [the fourth kingdom] to pieces" which was written of in the book of Daniel (Dan. 2:34).323 Each conversion brings about more of the Kingdom of Heaven here on earth. This is the answer to the prayer Christ teaches all of His disciples to pray. "Thy will be done in earth, as it is in Heaven" (Matt. 6:10).

We are the sowers of His seed, which is Christ, the Word of God.324 Jesus said, "The seed is the Word of God" (Luke 8:11). Paul stated, the "seed is Christ" (Gal. 3:16). The Bible says that the entire universe "cannot contain [Christ, Who is God]" (I Kin. 8:27).325

We must always walk in Christ's light and in all the other things which He is. This is because we must become everything that Christ is in this world if we are to become one with Him, both here on earth and in Heaven.326 Christ, as we eat and drink of Him, transmits all that He is into us. Christ is, "the Father, the Word, and the Holy Spirit: and these three are one" (I John 5:7). Some ministers say that no one has ever seen God. Tens of thousands of people saw Him in person while He was here on earth for thirty-three and a half years, and many of us have seen Him in visions.327

Everything and everyone, including myself, has been created by God out of the good land, the dust.328 Every house, every building, and everything in every house and every building is made out of dirt. Gold, silver, and platinum come out of the dirt. Diamonds, rubies, and all other gemstones come from the dust of the land. Again, everything in this symbolic, temporary world comes out of the symbol of Christ, the earth. Everything is temporary. Nothing is real but the Lord. But everything is symbolic of the Lord. The universe speaks these things to everyone.

"Who shall ascend into the [city of God, the New Jerusalem]? or who shall stand in [the Lord's] holy place [which is eternity in Heaven]?" The Psalmist David answers the question in the form of a promise: "He that hath clean hands [those who do no evil by having the power and life of God in Christ both living and working in them], and [those who have] a pure heart [those who by walking in the Spirit are living a life free of sin, a life which is spotless, without blemish, and without wrinkle329]; [these are the ones] who hath not lifted up [their] soul[s] unto vanity [the things of self-life, or the things of this world]," nor do they ever sware by that which is false (Psa. 24:3-4, KJV, orig. Gk.).

God warns us that the human mind is weak and forgetful because it is made out of dust.330 Therefore, we need to put on the spiritual mind of Christ. This will enable us to partake in all the spiritual things of God with all of our hearts, souls, minds, and strength each and every day.331 If you think this is too much for God to ask of you, let me tell you what Peter said to Jesus. He said, "To whom shall we go? Thou hast the words [the instructions] of eternal life" (John 6:68). Do all that He says, and you shall have life. Don't do ALL that He tells you, and you will have no eternal life just eternal death in the lake of fire.332 There's nowhere else we can go but to Christ for eternal life.333 He alone is our Life.334 He is our spiritual life, food, water, clothing, light, and home to live in eternally.335 Again, He is our everything. There is no one else to partake in but Christ if you wish to have eternal life.


If you, like so many others, find it hard to interpret the Word of God, let me again tell you what Peter, by the Holy Spirit, said. There's only one correct interpretation of the Bible. There's only one meaning, and that meaning is that God in Jesus is the only "Way, the [only] Truth, and the [only] Life." It is impossible for anyone to come to God but by the Spirit (John 14:6). The Word of God is plain. Peter by the Holy Spirit said, "No prophecy of the Scripture is of any private interpretation" (II Pet. 1:20). In other words, we are not allowed to interpret the Bible as we would like it to be for ourselves or for others because that would be heresy, blasphemous sin.336 The author of the Bible is God Himself, the Holy Spirit.337 Peter continues, "For the prophecy came not in old time by the will of man: but holy men of God spake as they were moved by [God] the Holy Spirit" (II Pet. 1:21). If we believe the Bible in the way that it is written, and receive it as our necessary eternal life, food, water, clothing, light, and tabernacle, then we shall never fall away from God's powerful life.338 These instructions are given everywhere in the Bible. "Study [the Word of God] to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the Word of truth" (II Tim. 2:15). If you interpret the Word of God the way you like instead of the way it is, you will be ashamed and terrified on Judgment Day.339 If you learn the Word of God and don't do what it says, then you're not living in Heaven with Christ, and Christ is not living in you.340 Again, learning the Word of God can never be enough to enter the Kingdom of Heaven. "Be ye doers of the Word, and not hearers only, deceiving your own selves" (Jas. 1:22).

God may have a gigantic work for many of you who are reading this literature. Unless you begin partaking in Christ on earth and in Heaven for the power, authority, and ability of God so that He can do His work in you, the things of God will never be yours, and you'll never know what it could have been like for you in this world or in Heaven.

Christ is our righteousness.341 If you begin clothing yourself with Heaven while you're letting Christ work in you here on earth, you will be well prepared to attend the Marriage Supper of the Lamb and to live forever in Heaven.342 The Bible tells of a man who, while on earth, didn't begin clothing himself with righteousness for eternity. He attempted to partake in the Marriage Supper of the Lamb, but wasn't clothed for the occasion. "When the King [the Bridegroom, Christ] came in to see the guests, He saw there a man which had not on a wedding garment: And He saith unto him, Friend, how camest thou in hither not having a wedding garment? And he was speechless. Then said the King to the servants, Bind him hand and foot, and take him away, and cast him into outer darkness; there shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth" (Matt. 22:11-13).

God showed me that if I or anyone else was going to live in Heaven eternally, we would have to drop everything we're doing in this present world, which is about to perish, and begin living in Christ.343 We are to let Christ totally live His life out in us.344 We are God's pearl of great price. This is because He paid the greatest price in the universe for us by giving His only begotten Son to die in our place.345 We must also see Christ as our pearl of great price and prove it by surrendering our lives to Him for His purpose.346 We must give up everything we have and everything we are doing to possess our pearl of great price, Christ.347 Jesus said, "The Kingdom of Heaven [which is to be in us] is like unto a merchant man, seeking goodly pearls: Who, when he had found one pearl of great price, went and sold all that he had, and bought it" (Matt. 13:45-46). Before this verse, Jesus likened the Kingdom of Heaven to a piece of real estate, a field, a piece of land symbolic of Heaven, a place where our treasures must be laid up.348 So when we find this precious land with all the Heavenly treasures hidden in it, we must sell everything that we have to possess it, and to enjoy it.349 We must begin doing this while we're here on earth. We must accept Heaven, begin possessing it, and begin living in it while we're here on earth if we want to live there eternally. The promise of God, which we shall receive in return for our giving up everything here on earth to be Christ's fullness and for Him to be our fullness in Heaven, is that we will have the continuation of eternal life throughout eternity.350 You must, as Jesus said in these two parables, give up sin, Satan, the world, and your self-life, and become the fullness of Christ with Him in Heavenly places. This is also the city and the temple in Heaven.351 You will either choose it now or regret it for eternity.352 Then the Kingdom of Heaven is within you,353 "and for joy thereof [you will go and sell] all that [you have], and [buy] that field [which again means giving up everything both to be the fullness of Heaven in Christ, and to have Christ be the fullness of Heaven in you while you're here on earth]" (Matt. 13:44). The Kingdom of Heaven has to be this precious to us while we are yet in this world if we are going to sell all that we have in order to possess it. Giving up this world for Heaven is the only way we can enter Heaven.354 Selling all that we have here on earth is nothing compared to eternal life in Heaven with all the riches of God therein. It is the same as giving up sin, giving up Satan, and giving up the world with all of its lusts. This includes our former, sinful lives and our flesh.355 The Apostle Paul stated, "I count all things but loss for the excellency of the knowledge of Christ Jesus my Lord: for whom I have suffered the loss of all things, and do count them but dung, that I may win Christ" (Phlp. 3:8). To hold anything back of ourselves or our things would mean we were like Ananias and Sapphira in chapter five of the book of Acts, who held back some of what they gave. This is considered to be lying to the Holy Spirit. Both Ananias and Sapphira's lives were immediately terminated. "And the young men arose, wound [them] up, and carried [them] out, and buried [them]" (Acts 5:6, 10).356

When Christ is beckoning us to "come and follow [Him]," He is actually beckoning us to come and die out to sin, Satan, the world, and our former lives, that is, to deny ourselves, take up our stakes or crosses, and follow Him (Matt. 19:21).357 Jesus said, "If a man love Me, he will keep My words: and My Father will love him, and We will come unto him, and make Our abode with him" (John 14:23). In other words, if we live in Him in Heaven, He will live in us on earth. If you love the Lord, then, as He said, you'll do everything He commands you to do.358 There is no way we could enter Heaven by doing anything less. Unless we live in the fullness of Christ, and unless Christ lives with His fullness in us, we are breaking the first commandment, which is to "love the Lord thy God with ALL thy heart, and with ALL thy soul, and with ALL thy mind, and with ALL thy strength" (Mark 12:30). God's Word states if we break one law, we've broken them all. "For whosoever shall keep the whole law, and yet offend in one point, he is guilty of all" (Jas. 2:10). That means we have to drop everything in this temporary, condemned world so that we can begin living in Heavenly places with Christ while Heaven is living within us on earth.359 Then Heaven, the real world, can live in us while we live in this world. This is the same as walking after "the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus" (Rom. 8:2). For "there is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit" (Rom. 8:1).

Again, everything that we have in this world is not real, not lasting, not enduring, and not forever. It is only temporary. It is only symbolic of Christ and all the other real things in Heaven. "For if ye live after the flesh, ye shall die: but if ye through the Spirit [God in Christ in you] do mortify the deeds of the body, ye shall live" (Rom. 8:13).360 We are to bear the instrument of our own death. This instrument is self-denial, which means obedience to God.361

Again, this world is not the real world. Heaven is.362 Get yourself ready for Judgment Day. Get ready for the real world, Heaven. "Lay not up for yourselves treasures upon earth, where moth and rust doth corrupt, and where thieves break through and steal: But lay up for yourselves treasures in Heaven, where neither moth nor rust doth corrupt, and where thieves do not break through nor steal: For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also" (Matt. 6:19-21). "He that findeth his life shall lose it: and he that loseth his life for My sake shall find it" (Matt. 10:39). This means live in Christ so He can live in you. Let Him with His Father by the Spirit enter you now so that you can begin being part of the Kingdom of Heaven, the city in the Kingdom of Heaven, and the temple in the Kingdom of Heaven this very minute. Follow this pattern of salvation,363 which was made for you in Heaven. Begin now by saying this prayer to God in Christ:


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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"The Real Thing The Real Deal" footnotes"

1. Gen. 2:17, 17:11, 13, Ex. 12:3-28, 17:6, 24:8, Psa. Ch. 1, 15:1, 78:13-16, Matt. 25:31-46, 26:27-28, 27:50-51, John 6:27, 31-35, 48-51, I Cor. 5:7-8, 10:3-4, 13:12, Eph. 5:25-32, Heb. 8:1-10 return

2. Psa. 102:25-27, Isa. 24:19-20, 51:6, Matt. 24:3-13, 23-29, 44-51, II Pet. 3:7-13, Rev. 20:11, 21:1 return

3. John 1:1-3, 10, I Cor. 8:6, Eph. 2:10, 3:9, Col. 1:12-17, Heb. 1:2-3, 8-10 return

4. Gen. 1:26-28, 2:7, 15, 5:1, 9:2, 6, Psa. 8:6-8, I Cor. 11:7, Col. 3:10, Heb. 2:7-8 return

5. II Sam. 7:11-13, I Kin. Chs. 5-6, Psa. 23:1, Matt. 4:16, 7:7-11, 9:15, 26:26-28, Mark 2:19, Luke 1:79, 2:32, John 1:3-4, 3:16, 35-36, 4:10, 14, 24, 6:35, 53-58, 63, 7:37-39, 8:12, 10:27-30, 11:25-26, 14:6, 10-11, 15-17, 15:4-7, 17:2, 20:22, Rom. 8:37, I Cor. 3:21-23, 8:6, Eph. 1:18-23, 3:17-19, 5:23, Col. 1:16-27, 2:9-13, 3:11, Jas. 1:5, Rev. 3:5, 18, 21:2, 6, 23 return

6. Gen. 2:7, 9, Deut. 8:3, 30:20, 32:39, Job 27:3, 34:14-15, Psa. 104:30, 139:3-10, Prov. 8:1-3, 22-31, Isa. 42:5, 44:6, 48:12-13, Jer. 23:23-24, John 11:25, 14:6-11, 17:11, 21-23, Acts 17:23-28, I Cor. 1:24, 2:10, 15:28, Eph. 1:19-23, 3:14-21, Col. 2:9-10, Rev. 1:8-11 return

7. Gen. 1:1-2, 9-10 return

8. Gen. 1:9-10 return

9. Matt. 16:21, 17:23, Luke 9:22, Acts 2:23-24, 4:10, 13:33-37, Rom. 1:3-4, I Cor. 15:3-4 return

10. Gen. 1:9-17, 29-30, 2:7, 9, 3:19, 23, Psa. 104:14, Eccl. 3:20, Heb. 6:7 return

11. Gen. 2:7, Deut. 8:3,30:20, 32:39, I Sam. 2:6, Job 27:3, Matt. 27:52, John 1:3, 10, 3:16, 5:24-26, 6:27, 33-35, 40, 47, 10:10, 11:25-26, 14:6, 17:2-3, 20:31, I Cor. 8:6, Col. 1:16-17, Heb. 1:2-3, I John 5:11-13 return

12. Gen. 1:25-28, 2:7, 15, 19-20, Job 27:3, Psa. 39:4-6, 11, 104:30, Acts 17:25-28 return

13. Gen. 1:9-17, 2:7, 9, Deut. 8:3-4, 15-16, 10:18, Jer. 31:35, Job 38:41, 40:20-23, Psa. 28:9, 104:10-15, 136:25, 146:7, 147:7-9, 148:3-10, Matt. 5:45, 6:25-34, Acts 17:25-28 return

14. Rom. 12:5-8, I Cor. 10:16, 26, Eph. 1:10, 22-23, 2:19-22, 4:1-7, 11-16, Col. 1:18-19, 2:9-10, I Pet. 2:5, Rev. 3:12, 21:3 return

15. Gen. 1:26-28, 2:7, 3:19-20, 23, 18:27, Job 4:19, 10:9-11, 34:15, Psa. 103:14-16, Eccl. 3:20, 12:7, Isa. 40:6-8, I Cor. 15:46-49 return

16. Matt. 10:38, 16:24, John 11:25, Rom. 6:2-14, 7:4-6, 8:10-11, I Cor. 15:22, Gal. 2:20, 5:24, 6:14, Eph. 2:1-6, Phlp. 3:10-11, Col. 2:10-15, 3:1-4, I Pet. 2:22-24 return

17. John 12:24, II Cor. 8:11-18, 13:4, Eph. 1:18-23, Col. 1:17-23, 2:9-13, I Pet. 1:3-5 return

18. Gen. 2:21 return

19. I Cor. 3:9, Eph. 2:19-22, I Pet. 2:4-5, Rev. 3:12, 21:2, 9-27 return

20. John 14:15-20, 23, 26, 17:21-23, 26, I Cor. 6:19-20, Gal. 2:20, Eph. 3:16-21, Col. 1:27-29, II Tim. 1:14, I John 4:4, Rev. 3:12, 21:2, 9-27 return

21. John 15:1-8, I Cor. 12:28, 15:10, Eph. 1:22-23, 2:21-22, I Pet. 2:5 return

22. Matt. 12:18, 28, Luke 4:1, John 4:34, 5:19, 30, 8:28-29, 10:37-38, 14:10-12, Acts 10:38 return

23. Matt. 8:2-4, 14-17, 14:22-32, 15:22-28, Mark 2:1-12, 8:1-9, 22-26, Luke 7:11-16, 8:26-39, John 4:46-53, 5:2-9, 11:38-40 return

24. John 15:2-8, 14, Rom. 2:13, I Cor. 3:6-9, Eph. 2:10, Phlp. 2:13, Col. 1:10, Titus 2:14 return

25. Eph. 1:10-12, 22-23, 3:16-21, Col. 2:9-10 return

26. Mark 16:15, John 14:12, Acts 1:8, 9:1-16, II Cor. 6:16, Gal. 2:20, 6:17, Eph. 1:10-12, 22-23, 3:16-21, Col. 3:15-16, I John 4:12-13, Rev. 3:20 return

27. Matt. 10:1, 7-8, Mark 16:17-19, Luke 10:19-20, Eph. 4:11-13, Col. 1:18-20 return

28. Matt. 7:13-23, Mark 3:35, Luke 11:27-28, John 14:15, 23, 15:10, Jas. 2:10-11, I John 2:3-5, 3:22, 24, Rev. 21:8 return

29. Mark 16:15, Luke 19:13, 24:49, John 14:12, Acts 1:8, 9:1-16, Gal. 1:15-16, 6:17, Eph. 1:22-23, 5:23, Col. 1:18, Jude 1 return

30. Eph. 5:23, Col. 1:18-19, 2:19, Jas. 2:26 return

31. John 3:16, 4:14, 6:33, 35, 63, 68, 10:27-28, 11:25-26, 14:6, Acts 3:15, 17:25, 28, I Cor. 15:45, Eph. 2:1, Col. 3:4, I John 5:11-12, Rev. 2:7, 10, 21:6 return

32. John 6:63, 14:6, 15:5, Rom. 4:17, 5:8-9, 7:14-25, 8:1-14, 37, I Cor. 2:14, 6:13, 18-20, II Cor. 3:5, Gal. 2:20, Eph. 2:1, 4-5, 11-22, Jas. 2:26 return

33. Isa. 52:7, Mark 16:15, Acts 1:8, Rom. 10:14-15, I Cor. 1:18-21, 15:10, II Cor. 4:6-7, 5:18-20, Titus 1:9 return

34. Mark 16:17-18, 20, Luke 10:19, John 14:12-17, 15:7-8, 16, 16:13-15, 17:11, 21-26, I Cor. 2:11-16, 6:15-17, 12:27, Gal. 3:27-28, Eph. 1:19-23, 2:20-22, 3:19-20, 4:4-6, Col. 1:19, Heb. 2:11 return

35. Eph. 5:23, Col. 1:18-19, 2:19, Jas. 2:26 return

36. Gen. 1:26-28, Mark 16:17-18, 20, John 14:12, 17 return

37. I Sam. 15:22, Mark 16:17-19, Luke 10:19-20, John 14:10-21, 15:1-14, 17:10-11, 21-24 return

38. Ezek. 36:27, John 14:10-20, 15:1-14, 17:10-11, 21-24, I Cor. 3:16-17, 6:19-20, Gal. 2:20, Eph. 3:16-21, Heb. 8:10, I John 3:6, 24 return

39. Matt. 25:31-46 return

40. Matt. 3:12, Luke 3:17 return

41. Mark 16:15-16, Rev. 19:20-21, 20:15, 21:8 return

42. I Cor. 3:16-17, 6:19-20, II Cor. 6:16-18, Eph. 2:19-22, Rev. 3:12, 21:3 return

43. John 1:16, Eph. 1:10, 22-23, 3:16-19, 4:13, 15-16, Col. 1:19-22, 2:9-10 return

44. Mark 16:15-16, Luke 9:1-2, 24:47, Rom. 10:13-15, I Cor. 1:17-18, 21-24, II Cor. 6:1, Eph. 1:22-23, 4:11-16, Col. 2:9-10 return

45. Ex. Ch. 12, 19:4-6, 23:14-17, 34:18, 23-24, Lev. 23:4-8, 23-25, 29-31, Num. 9:1-14, 29:1-6, Deut. 14:2, 16:1-16, 26:17-19, I Kin. 8:4-6, 10-13, 29-30, 43-50, 9:1-3, II Chron. 35:16-19, Luke 2:41-42, 22:15, John 2:13, 23, 4:45, 5:1, 7:10, 10:22-23, Acts 2:5 return

46. Rom. 7:4, 12:1, 5-8, I Cor. 6:15-17,10:16, 26-28, 12:4-30, Eph. 1:3-6, 10-12, 19-23, 2:4-7, 11-22, 3:6-11, 19, 4:1-7, 11-16, Col. 1:18-19, 24, 2:9, Heb. 12:22-23 return

47. Eph. 1:22-23, 4:11-16, 5:25-27, 29-30, Col. 2:9-10, Rev. 3:12, 21:2-3, 7, 9-27 return

48. John 14:15, 21, 23, 15:10, 14, I John 5:2-3 return

49. John 1:1, 14, 29, 6:51, Gal. 1:3-4, Eph. 1:7, 5:2, Titus 2:14, Heb. 9:12-15, 25-26, 10:4-12, 18-20, 12:24, I Pet. 1:18-20, I John 1:7, 3:5, Rev. 1:5, 5:9, 13:8 return

50. Matt. 12:6, John 5:24-26, 6:27, 33-35, 40, 47, 11:25-26, 14:1-3, 6, 15:4-5, Acts 17:24-28, I Cor. 1:24, Gal. 3:28, Phlp. 3:8, Col. 2:6-10, 17, I Pet. 2:1-5, I John 1:1-4 return

51. Ex. 3:7-10, 17, 33:1, Lev. 20:24, Deut. 26:8-9 return

52. John 4:14, 6:63, 7:38, II Cor. 3:6, Gal. 5:25, 6:8, I John 3:24, 4:13 return

53. Gen. 1:11-13 return

54. I Chron. 29:15, Job 7:6-10, 9:25, 10:20-21, 13:12, Psa. 22:9, 89:47-48, 90:5, 9-10, 102:11, 103:14-16, 144:4, Eccl. 6:12, Isa. 2:22, 40:6-7, 51:12, 64:6, Jas. 1:10-11, 4:14 return

55. Psa. 145:13, Dan. 4:34, Luke 18:30, Rom. 6:22, II Pet. 1:11, Rev. 7:14-17, 21:1-4, 9-27 return

56. I Pet. 1:24 return

57. Prov. 14:32, Matt. 3:10, 12, 7:13-14, 13:24-30, 37-43, Ch. 25, Luke 16:19-31, John 5:28-29, Rom. 6:16, 19-23, II Thes. 1:3-10, Heb. 9:27, Rev. 20:11-15, 21:7-8 return

58. Ezek. 36:27, John 6:53, 11:26, 12:23-26, 15:1-11, Rom. 8:1-2, 10-17, 26-30, I Cor. 3:9, 16-17, 6:17-20, II Cor. 6:16-18, Gal. 2:20, 3:26-29, 4:6, Eph. 2:18-22, 3:16-21, Col. 1:27-29, 2:9-10, 3:3-4, I John 2:6, 24, 28, 3:6, 24, 4:13, Rev. 3:20, 21:3-4 return

59. Matt. 6:24, 10:38-39, 12:33-35, Ch. 25, Luke 11:21-26, John 14:23-24, Rom. 8:1-13, Eph. 2:2-3, II Thes. 2:10-12, I John 2:15-17 return

60. Psa. 9:17, Matt. 7:21-23, 22:11-13, Ch. 25, Luke 13:24-28, II Pet. 2:9, Rev. 20:12-15, 21:8 return

61. Luke 16:13, I Cor. 10:20-21, II Cor. 6:14-16 return

62. Psa. 97:10, Amos 3:3, Matt. 6:24, Mark 12:30, Rom. 8:7-9, 12:9, I Cor. 5:6-8, 10:21, II Cor. 6:14-18, Jas. 4:4, I John 1:5-6, Rev. 3:15-16 return

63. Matt. 6:24, 10:37-39, 12:30, 16:24-26, 19:29, Luke 14:26-27, 33, 18:28-30, Rom. 8:12-13, 12:1-2, I Cor. 1:17-18, 9:26-27, 15:31, Gal. 2:20, 6:14-17, Jas. 4:4, I John 2:15-17 return

64. Psa. 26:5, 31:6, 45:7, 97:10, 101:3, 119:104, 128, 163, 139:21-22, Prov. 6:16-19, 8:13, Amos 5:15, Matt. 6:22-24, Luke 16:13, Rom. 6:4-13, 8:1, 12:1-2, Rev. 2:6, 15, 17:16 return

65. Job 1:1, 8, 2:3, Psa. 5:5, 45:7, 97:10, 101:3, 119:104, 128, 163, 139:21-22, I Pet. 3:11 return

66. Matt. 4:1-11, John 10:4-5, Eph. 4:27, 6:10-12, Jas. 4:7, I Pet. 5:8-9, I John 2:13, 5:18 return

67. Ex. Chs. 7-14, Deut. 1:3-8, 20-22, 3:1-18, 4:1-9, 6:1-3, 12:24, 27:1-3, Josh. 23:3-6, 24:3-18, Neh. 9:7-15, 19-25, Psa. 105:24-38, Acts 7:1-38, 44-47, Heb. 11:8-34, 39-40, Rev. 21:1-2, 9-27 return

68. Ex. 25:40, Matt. 12:6, 28, Luke 17:20-21, John 6:27, 33-35, 40, 14:1-3, Acts 17:24-28, Rom. 8:1, 37-39, I Cor. 6:15-17, II Cor. 5:1-2, 16-21, Gal. 3:25-29, Eph. 2:4-7, 16-22, Phlp. 3:8-11, Col. 2:6-10, Heb. 8:3-5, 11:8-16, I Pet. 2:1-5, 9-10, I John 1-2, Rev. 5:9-10, 21:2-3, 7, 9-27 return

69. Ex. Chs. 7-14, Deut. 1:3-8, 20-21, 3:1-18, 4:1-9, 6:1-3, 27:1-3, Josh. 22:4-5, 23:3-6, 24:3-18, Neh. 9:7-15, 19-25, Psa. 105:24-38, Acts 7:1-38, 44-47, I Cor. 6:17, Col. 2:17, Heb. 11:8-34, 39-40 return

70. Ex. 25:40, Matt. 6:10, Luke 17:20-21, Eph. 2:20-22, I Pet. 2:5, Rev. 3:12, 21:3, 10-27 return

71. Ex. 25:40, Matt. 12:6, 28, Luke 17:20-21, John 5:24-26, 6:27, 33-35, 40, 11:25-26, 14:1-3, Acts 7:37-38, 48-49, 17:24-28, Rom. 8:1, 37-39, I Cor. 6:15-17, II Cor. 5:1-2, 16-21, Gal. 3:25-29, Eph. 1:3, 2:4-7, 16-22, Phlp. 3:8-11, Col. 2:6-10, Heb. 3:4, 8:3-5, 9:7-12, 11:8-16, I Pet. 2:1-5, 9-10, I John 1-2, Rev. 1:6, 5:9-10, 20:4, 21:2-3, 7, 9-27, 22:14 return

72. Matt. 6:10, Luke 17:20-21, Heb. 2:14-15, I Pet. 2:5, Rev. 3:12, 21:3, 10-27 return

73. Matt. 7:24-27, Luke 6:46-49 return

74. Matt. 4:4, John 4:13-14, 6:33-35, 48-58, John 1:16, I Cor. 10:26, 28, Eph. 1:10-12, 22-23, 3:19, Col. 1:19, 2:9 return

75. I Cor. 3:9, 16-17, 6:19-20, 15:10, II Cor. 6:16-18, Gal. 2:20, 6:17, Eph. 3:20, Phlp. 2:13, I John 4:13, 5:11-12, Rev. 3:20 return

76. Matt. 4:4, 6:33, 7:24-27, 26:26, Luke 22:29-30, John 1:4, 4:7-14, 6:32-35, 40, 48-59, 63, 7:37-39, 8:12, 10:9, 14:6, 23-24, 15:3, 5-10, Rom. 8:37-39, I Cor. 6:20, Phlp. 3:8-11, II Tim. 3:15-17, Tit. 1:16, Rev. 21:6, 22:1-2, 17 return

77. Rev. 21:22-23, 22:5 return

78. John 1:16, Eph. 1:17, 22-23, 2:20-22, 3:16-19, 4:11-16, Phlp. 2:5, Col. 1:19-22, 2:9-10 return

79. Gen. 1:26-28, 2:15, 5:1, 9:2, 6, I Cor. 11:7, Col. 1:10, 3:10, Heb. 2:7-8 return

80. Gen. 2:16-17, 3:1-6, 8:21, Job 15:14-16, 25:4-6, Psa. 14:2-3, 94:11, Isa. 43:27, 53:6, 64:6-7, Jer. 17:9, Matt. 15:18-20, Rom. 3:23, 5:14 return

81. John 14:18-21, Rom. 5:14-21, 6:1-14, 8:1-4, 9-11, 14-18, 29-31, II Cor. 5:17-21, Gal. 4:4-7, Phlp. 4:13, Col. 2:9-15, Titus 3:4-7, Heb. 2:14-18, 13:20-21, I Pet. 1:3-5, 5:10, I John 3:2, 5-9, 5:18-20 return

82..Matt. 26:39, John 4:34, 5:19-23, 30, 6:38-40, 8:28-29, 9:4-5, 12:49-50, 14:10-13, Phlp. 2:5-11 return

83. Gen. 1:9-13, 2:7, 9, 3:19, 23, Lev. 25:18-20, 26:3-5, Deut. 28:1-5, 11-12, 15-19, 33, 38-40, Psa. 90:1-2, Matt. 13:3-9, 18-23, 44, Col. 3:11 return

84. Gen. 2:7, Deut. 32:39, Job 27:3, 34:14-15, Eccl. 12:7, Matt. 19:29, 25:46, John 3:16, 4:14, 5:24-25, 6:52-58, 68, 11:25, Acts 17:25-28, II Tim. 1:10, I John 2:25, 5:11-13, 20, Rev. 1:18 return

85. Psa. 51:5-7, Matt. 26:41, John 6:63, 14:6, 15:5, Rom. 3:10-18, 5:6-9, 14, 7:14-25, 8:1-14, 37, II Cor. 3:5, Phlp. 2:12-13 return

86. Gen. 1:9-19 return

87. Matt. 18:3, John 3:3, 5-6, Rom. 6:3-14, Gal. 2:20, Eph. 2:1, 5-6, Col. 2:10-13, I Pet. 1:3-4, 23 return

88. Gen. 1:9-13, 26-29, 2:4, 7-9, 15-17, Lev. 26:3-13, Deut. 6:10-13, 8:1-9, 15-16, 11:7-15, 28:1-14, Psa. 36:7-9, 150:6, Eccl. 9:9, Isa. 12:2-3, 42:5, Matt. 6:25-33, John 20:22, Acts 17:24-27, Phlp. 2:14 return

89. Psa. 30:8, Prov. 18:21, 23:2, 30:8, Eccl. 5:9, Matt. 6:31, 16:24, 22:37, Mark 12:30, Phlp. 4:5, I John 2:15-16 return

90. Rev. 21:10-16, 23-27, 22:5 return

91. Ex. Ch. 12, 19:4-6, 23:14-17, 34:18, 23-24, Lev. 23:4-8, 23-25, 29-31, Num. 9:1-14, 29:1-6, Deut. 14:2, 16:1-16, 26:17-19, I Kin. 8:4-6, 10-13, 29-30, 43-50, 9:1-3, II Chron. 35:16-19, Luke 2:41-42, 22:15, John 2:13, 23, 4:45, 5:1, 7:10, 10:22-23, Acts 2:5 return

92. John 1:16, Rom. 8:9-11, I Cor. 3:16-17, 6:19, 9:13, II Cor. 6:16, Eph. 2:18-22, Col. 2:9, Titus 2:12-14, I Pet. 2:9-10, Rev. 3:20-21, 11:2, 21:22 return

93. Matt. 7:21-23, 8:12, 13:41-42, 49-50, 22:11-14, 24:50-51, 25:29-46, Luke 16:19-31, Rev. 21:27, 22:14-15 return

94. Ex. 22:24, Num. 11:33, Deut. 11:16-17, Nah. 1:2-6, John 3:36, Rom. 1:18, Eph. 5:6, Col. 3:5-6, Heb. 11:7, Rev. 21:8 return

95. Matt. 3:12, 7:21-23, 13:30, 40, 16:27, 22:9-14, Ch. 25 return

96. Psa. 5:5, Lam. 4:11, Ezek. 43:8, Amos 5:21, Mic. 5:15, Hab. 3:12, Zeph. 2:2-3, Mal. 2:16, Rom. 5:8, 9:13, IICor. 5:11, Eph. 5:25, I John 3:16, 4:7-12 return

97. II Sam. 22:6, Psa. 116:3, Matt. 3:12, 7:13, 8:12, 13:24-30, 47-50, 24:50-51, 25:29-30, 41-46, Luke 13:25-28, 16:19-31, I Thes. 1:7-10, Heb. 10:26-29, Rev. 14:1-11, 19:20, 20:11-15 return

98. Rom. 13:1-7 return

99. I Cor. 3:5-11, Eph. 2:19-22 return

100. Rev. 19:7-9, 21:2-3, 7, 9-27, I Chron. 29:11-12, II Chron. 20:6-7, Matt. 10:7-8, 16:19, 24:29-31, 28:18-20, Luke 10:17-20, John 17:21-23, 26, Acts 7:49-50, Rom. 8:37, I Cor. 3:16-17, Eph. 1:19-23, 2:4-7, 2:18-22, Phlp. 4:13, Col. 1:15-19, 2:9, 17, I Tim. 6:15-16, II Tim. 1:14, Rev. 5:1-11, 11:15, 20:6, 22:5, 14 return

101. Dan. 2:29, 31-45, 7:17-27, II Thes. 2:3-10, Rev. 14:8-11, 16:1-14, 17-21, 18:1-10, 15-19, 19:1-3, 17-21, 20:8-10 return

102. Acts 20:28, Rom. 12:4-5, I Cor. 3:9, 16-17, 6:13-20, 12:12-14, 27, II Cor. 6:16-18, Eph. 2:18-22 return

103. Matt. 19:28, Luke 22:29-30, John 7:24, 17:21-26, Rom. 8:14-18, 13:1-7, I Cor. 2:15-16, 6:1-3, Gal. 4:4-7, Eph. 2:4-6, Heb. 2:11, Rev. 3:21 return

104. Psa. 118:22, Isa. 28:16, Matt. 21:42, Acts 4:10-12, I Cor. 3:9-11, Eph. 2:13-22 return

105. Gen. 3:6-7, 17-19, Matt. 10:1, Mark 6:7, Luke 10:19-20, Rom. 13:1-7, Titus 2:15 return

106. Deut. 8:2-3, Psa. 36:7-9, 46:4-5, Isa. 12:2-3, 32:1-3, Ezek. 47:1-12, Matt. 4:4, 5:6, 26:26-28, Luke 22:29-30, John 4:4-14, 6:32-35, 40-41, 48-58, 63, 7:37-39, 10:9, 20:22, I Pet. 2:2, Rev 3:20, 21:6, 22:1-2, 17 return

107. Matt. 10:1, 7-8, Mark 16:15, 17-18, 20, Luke 10:19, John 14:4, 12-17, 16:33, Acts 1:8, 5:12, 15-16, 32, 16:16-18, 19:10-12, Rom. 8:37, Eph. 1:17-23, 3:16-21, Phlp. 4:13, Col. 1:10-11, 2:9-10, II Tim. 1:7, I John 2:14, 4:4 return

108. Luke 9:23, 17:21, John 4:23-24, 17:20-23, Rom. 9:5, I Cor. 6:17, 8:6, 15:10, Gal. 2:20, 5:24-25, Phlp. 3:3 return

109. John 17:20-23, Rom. 7:4, 8:1-2, 12:1, 5-8, I Cor. 1:30, 6:15-17, 12:4-28, II Cor. 2:14-17, 5:17, Gal. 3:28-29, Eph. 1:3-6, 19-23, 2:4-7, 11-22, 3:6-11, 4:1-7, 11-16, Col. 1:18, 24, Heb. 12:22-23 return

110. II Cor. 11:2, Eph. 5:23-32, Rev. 19:7-9, 21:2-3, 7, 9-27, 22:14 return

111. Gen. 1:26, 28, 9:2, Mark 16:15, 17-18, 20, Luke 10:19-20, 24:49, John 14:12-14, Acts 1:8, Rom. 4:24-25, 8:11, 37, 13:1-7, I Cor. 15:20-22, Eph. 1:18-23, 3:20, Col. 2:10, II Tim. 1:6-7, I John 4:4, 13 return

112. Rom. 13:1-7, I Cor. 3:9, 16-17, 15:10, 57-58, II Cor. 4:7, 5:17-21, Gal. 2:20, Eph. 1:19-23, Phlp. 4:13, Col. 1:27-29, I John 4:4, 13, 5:4, 11-12 return

113. Gen. 2:16, Matt. 5:45, Rom. 8:37, II Cor. 9:8-11, 12:9, II Tim. 1:7, II Pet. 1:3 return

114. Rom. 6:6, 8:12-13, 13:14, Gal. 2:20, 5:24, I Pet. 4:1-2 return

115. Matt. 5:20, 7:21-23, Luke 13:24-28, John 16:13-16, Titus 1:16, I John 2:2-6, 24, Rev. 3:20 return

116. I Sam. 2:3, Job 11:11, Psa. 94:9-11, 139:1-4, 12, 15-16, Prov. 5:21, 15:3, 11, 16:2, Isa. 29:15-16, 37:28, Jer. 23:24, 32:19, Ezek. 11:5, Matt. 6:8, 10:29-30, Luke 16:15 return

117. Matt. 18:11-14, Luke 12:32, John 3:16-17, 14:2-3, 21, 17:10, Rom. 5:8, Eph. 2:4-5, II Thes. 2:16-17, Titus 3:4-5, II Pet. 3:9, I John 4:9-10, Jude 21 return

118. Mark 16:16, Heb. 3:7-13, 10:26-31, Jas. 1:13-15, 21, 4:17 return

119. I Kin. 3:14, Prov. 3:1-4, John 10:10-11, Rom. 6:4-5, 8, 11, 13, 22-23, Eph. 6:1-3 return

120. Matt. 7:13-14, John 6:44, 10:1, 4-5, 7-14, 14:6, I Tim. 2:5 return

121. Matt. 9:11-13, 10:7-8, 11:5-6, 13:37-38, 28:18-20, Luke 8:11, 24:46-48, John 15:5, 8, Acts 2:38-41, 10:39-44, 26:15-18, Rom. 7:4, 10:13-15, I Cor. 1:17-28, 2:1-5, 9:16-17, Eph. 2:8-10, 3:2-10, Col. 1:25-29 return

122. John 4:14, 6:32-37, 47-51, 63, 7:37-39, 20:22, II Cor. 4:6, Eph. 2:19-22, 6:10-17, Col. 2:9-10, 3:11, I John 1:5 return

123. Psa. 119:9, Isa. 55:10-11, Matt. 13:18-23, John 5:24, 39, 17:17, 20:31, Rom. 10:17, II Tim. 3:14-17, Jas. 1:18, 21-25, I Pet. 1:23-25, II Pet. 1:19 return

124. Psa. 34:13, Prov. 10:19, 13:3, Matt. 12:36-37, Eph. 4:29, Jas. 1:26, 3:1-12, I Pet. 3:10 return

125. Matt. 25:14, Mark 4:8, 20, John 15:7, Rom. 15:19, II Cor. 5:17-20 return

126. Zech. 4:6, Matt. 12:28, Rom. 1:9 return

127. I Sam. 15:22-23, John 4:21-24, 15:14 return

128. I Cor. 7:40, I John 3:24 return

129. John 6:63, 11:25-26, Rom. 8:11 return

130. Matt. 12:28, John 14:2-3, I Cor. 3:6-16, 12:4, II Cor. 5:1-4, Eph. 2:18-22, Heb. 9:11, I Pet. 2:5-10, I John 3:24, Rev. 3:12 return

131. Mark 16:15-20, Acts 8:4-8, 25, 10:36-44, Rom. 10:8-11, I Cor. 1:17-21, 2:4-5, II Cor. 3:6, Titus 1:1-3, Heb. Ch. 8, I Pet. 1:22-25 return

132. Luke 2:32, John 1:1-4, 4:5-14, 6:32-35, 40-41, 48-59, 63, 8:12, 10:30, 11:25-26, 14:6, Eph. 1:18-23, Col. 1:19-23, 2:9-10, 17, Rev. 21:22-23 return

133. John 14:2-3, 17:22-24, Heb. 11:10, 16, Rev. 21:23 return

134. .Ex. 25:9, 27-40, Num. 8:1-4, Josh. 22:25-28, I Chron. 28:11-12, 18-19, Col. 2:16-18, I Tim. 1:16, Heb. 8:5 return

135. Psa. 27:6, 54:6, Rom. 12:1-2, Heb. 7:26-28, 9:23-26, Ch. 10, 13:15-16, I Pet. 2:5, 9 return

136. Luke 2:11-12, John 1:1, 14, Gal. 4:4, Phlp. 2:6-8, Col. 1:19-23, I Tim. 2:5-6, 3:16, Heb. 2:14, 12:24 return

137. John 6:40, 10:10-11, 20:31, Acts 4:12, Gal. 4:4-7, Phlp. 2:6-11, I Tim. 2:5-6, Titus 2:14, Heb. 12:24 return

138. John 15:4-5, 16:7-11, I Cor. 3:9, 15:10, 57-58, Phlp. 4:13, Col. 1:27-29, Heb. 4:1, 9-11, 13:5-6 return

139. Heb. 11:13-16, I Pet. 1:17-21, 2:11 return

140. John 11:25-26, Rev. 21:3-4, 7, 7:13-17 return

141. Zech. 4:6, Matt. 12:28, Mark 16:17-20, Luke 17:21, John 4:23-24, 17:20-23, Rom. 9:5, I Cor. 3:9-17, Gal. 3:28, Eph. 1:13-14, 2:4-6, 18-22, Phlp. 3:3, Col. 2:6, I Pet. 2:5, Rev. 7:15 return

142. Matt. 16:24-26, Mark 8:34-38, Luke 9:23-26, John 1:12-14, 5:21, 6:63, 10:38, 17:20-23, 20:22, Rom. 6:5-11, 8:1, I Cor. 8:6, 11:23-26, 15:10, 45-57, Gal. 2:20, 5:24, Eph. 2:4-6 return

143. I Cor. 15:50-53, Phlp. 3:20-21, Rom. 7:24, 8:10, Num. 16:22, 27:16, Eccl. 3:19-21, Jer. 32:27, Matt. 3:12, John 3:3, 5-6, Rom. 1:9, 6:6, 12, 7:6, 8:1, 4, 9, 13-16, 23, 26-27, I Cor. 2:11, 14, 3:16, 5:5, 6:17, Eph. 5:30, I Thes. 5:23, Jas. 2:26, Rev. 20:11-15 return

144. Eccl. 12:5-7, I Cor. 6:19-20, 9:24-27, 15:20-28, 47-54, II Cor. 5:1-4, Eph. 4:4, 10-16, Phlp. 3:20-21, I Pet. 1:3-12, 22-25, II Pet. 1:13-15, I John 3:2 return

145. Rom. 6:4-11, 8:10-11, Eph. 2:1-6, 3:14-19, Col. 2:9-15, 3:1-4, I Thes. 4:14-18, Rev. 1:18 return

146. Psa. 9:17, Prov. 15:24, Isa. 5:14-16, Luke 12:5, 20, II Thes. 1:7-11, II Pet. 2:4-9, Jude 6, Rev. 14:10, 21:8 return

147. Matt. 24:24, 26:41, Mark 4:14-15, Luke 8:18, 21:8, 36, John 8:44, II Cor. 4:3-4, 10:4-5, 11:13-15, Eph. 6:11-12, II Thes. 2:2-4, II Tim. 3:13, Jas. 4:7, I Pet. 5:8, II John 7, Rev. 12:9 return

148. Isa. 57:15, Rom. 8:9-11, Eph. 3:16-19, I John 4:13-15 return

149. John 17:18-23, I Cor. 6:17, Eph. 1:4-11 return

150. Isa. 61:10, Matt. 22:11-14, Rom. 13:14, II Cor. 5:1-4, Gal. 3:27, Eph. 4:24, 6:10-18, Phlp. 3:9, Heb. 11:9, Rev. 3:18, 7:13-17, 19:7-9 return

151. Eph. 5:25-30, Rev. 21:2-4, 9-11 return

152. Luke 18:29-30, 20:35-36, John 3:14-16, 5:24-25, 29, 6:40, 47, 11:25-26, 12:25, 14:16 return

153. John 3:15-16, 6:53-58, 10:27-30, 12:25, 17:2-3, Rom. 2:7, 6:23, 8:11, II Cor. 5:1 return

154. Ex. 29:36, 38-46, Lev. Chs. 1-3, Num. Chs. 28-29, Ezra 3:1-5, Ezek. 45:1-15, Heb. 9:12-15, 19-26, 10:1-10, 12:18-29 return

155. Rom. 12:1-7, I Cor. 5:7-8, Eph. 5:2, Heb. 9:24-28, 10:8-20 return

156. Ex. 12:14-20, 29:36, 38-46, Lev. 17:8-9, Num. Chs. 28-29, John 1:29, 36, Rom. 8:10-11, Heb. 9:12-15, 10:1-10, Rev. 11:1 return

157. Isa. 26:3, Matt. 6:33, I Cor. 2:16, Phlp. 2:1-5, 4:6-9, Col. 3:1-2, I Pet. 1:13-16 return

158. Matt. 10:22, John 15:1-7, Col. 1:22-23, Heb. 3:14, 6:11, 10:36, Rev. 2:10 return

159. Matt. 6:10, 10:7-8, 12:28, 13:23, 24:14, 28:18-20, Mark 1:14-15, 16:15-20, Luke 8:1, 4-8, 11-15, 10:1-3, 9-11, 17, 17:20-21, Acts 1:8-11, Rom. 7:4, 10:13-15, I Cor. 1:17-18, 21, 9:16-17, 15:58, Eph. 2:8-10, 3:2-11, Col. 1:25-29, II Tim. 4:2, Heb. 6:9-12, I Pet. 2:4-6 return

160. Psa. 9:17, Prov. 1:22-32, Matt. 7:21-23, 25:28-30, Rom. 1:18-32 return

161. Prov. 1:20-32, Rom. 8:9, I Cor. 3:17, II Cor. 7:10, Phlp. 3:18-19, II Tim. 2:12, I Pet. 3:12 return

162. Matt. 4:10-11, 8:16, 12:28, John 12:31, Eph. 2:2-6, Col. 1:13, Heb. 2:14 return

163. Rev. 3:5, 16, 20:12, 15, 22:19 return

164. Matt. 5:13, Mark 4:13-19, John 15:6, I Cor. 10:1-12, I Tim. 5:15, II Tim. 2:10-13, Heb. 3:12-19, 4:1-6, II Pet. 1:5-10, 2:20-22, II John 9, Rev. 2:4-5, 3:2-3, 21:8 return

165. Job 4:18, Isa. 14:12-17, Matt. 25:41, II Pet. 2:4, Jude 6, Rev. 12:9 return

166. Isa. 14:9-17, Jude 6, Rev. 12:3-4, 9-10, 12 return

167. Matt. 5:48, 19:21, II Cor. 13:11, Eph. 4:13-16, 5:5, Phlp. 3:15, II Tim. 3:17, Heb. 5:9, 12:22-23, 13:20-21, Jas. 1:4, I Pet. 1:4, II Pet. 1:10-11, 3:13, Rev. 2:7, 3:21 return

168. Zech. 4:6, Matt. 10:19-20, 12:28, Luke 17:21, John 14:10, 17:20-23, I Cor. 3:16-17, 6:19, 8:6, Eph. 2:4-6 return

169. John 6:66, II Cor. 11:13-15, I John 2:18-19, 22, 4:3, II John 7, Rev. 17:13 return

170. Ex. 15:26, Lev. 26:40-42, Deut. 4:29-31, 5:29, 30:1-10, Josh. 1:8, I Chron. 28:9, Job 22:23-27, Mal. 3:10-11, Matt. 7:7-8, 24:13, John 10:9, Heb. 3:6 return

171. Matt. 7:20, 21:21, Mark 11:22-24, Luke 17:6 return

172. Matt. 16:24-26, Mark 8:34-38, Luke 9:23, John 1:11-12, 5:21-24, 17:20-26, Rom. 6:5-11, 8;12, I Cor. 8:6, 12:12-28, 15:47, Gal. 3:28-29, Eph. 1:22-23, 2:4-6, 19-22, 3:9-12, 15-19, I John 4:17 return

173. Gal. 5:19-21, Eph. 5:5-6, Col. 3:5-6, Rev. 22:14-15 return

174. Matt. 10:37-39, 13:44-46, 16:24-26, 19:21, Luke 9:23-25, 14:26-27, 18:28-30, John 12:24-26, Rom. 8:1-14, 35-37, 12:1, I Cor. 9:26-27, Gal. 5:24, Col. 3:3-4 return

175. John 5:21, 17:20-23, Rom. 6:5-11, 23, 8:2-6, 9:5, I Cor. 3:16-17, 6:19, 8:6, Gal. 2:20, 5:24 return

176. Gen. Ch. 3, Job 1:7-12, Matt. 12:43, 13:19, 37-42, Luke 11:21-26, John 8:44, 12:31, II Cor. 4:3-4, Eph. 2:2, 6:12, I Pet. 5:8-9, Rev. 12:9 177 Eph. 1:17-23, Col. 1:12, 3:23-24, Heb. 9:15, 11:8-10, I Pet. 1:3-5, 11 return

178. Matt. 24:24, Luke 8:18, 21:8, 36, John 8:44, II Cor. 4:3-4, Eph. 6:11-12, II Thes. 2:2-4, II Tim. 3:13, I Pet. 5:8, II John 7, Rev. 12:9 return

179. Gen. 1:2 return

180. Isa. 14:12-14, Luke 10:18, Rev. 12:4 return

181. Gen. Ch. 1, 2:7 return

182. Gen. 6:1-5, 11-12 return

183. Gen. 6:3, 6-7, 13, 7:10-24, Job 22:15-17, Matt. 24:37-39, I Pet. 3:20, II Pet. 2:5 return

184. Gen. 6:1-7, 12-14, 17, 7:4, 10-12, 17-24, II Pet. 2:5 return

185. Gen. Chs. 6-8, Heb. 11:7, I Pet. 3:20, II Pet. 2:5 return

186. Psa. 102:25-26, Isa. 24:19-20, 51:6, Matt. 24:3, 14, Heb. 1:10-12, II Pet. 3:10-12, Rev. 20:11, 21:1 return

187. Gen. 6:13-22, 7:1-5 return

188. Matt. 5:14-16, 25:1-13 return

189. Gen. 7:13-24, Matt. 24:37-39 return

190. Matt. 25:1-13 return

191. Job 1:21, Eccl. 5:15 return

192. Isa. 7:14-15, 9:6-7, 53:3, Matt. 8:20, 24-32, 9:2-8, 18-35, 11:19, 12:18, 28, 13:54-56, 14:14-33, 15:30-31, 26:36-39, 42, 27:50-54, Luke 1:26-35, 41-45, 2:11-12, 4:1, 22:42-44, John 1:1-3, 14, 18, 3:34, 5:19, 26, 10:30, 37-38, 11:41-44, 14:1, 6-11, 13, 20, Acts 10:38, Rom. 1:3-4, 8:3, Gal. 4:4-5, Phlp. 2:6-8, II Tim. 2:8, Heb. 2:9-10, 14-18, 10:5 return

193. Ezek. 36:25-26, Matt. 18:3-4, John 3:3-6, Rom. 6:3-14, Eph. 2:1, 5-6, Col. 2:10-15, I Pet. 1:3-5, 23, II Pet. 1:2-5 return

194. Matt. 11:29, John 1:1, 14, 10:4, 13:13-14, 34, 17:18, 21-22, Rom. 13:14, Eph. 5:2, Phlp. 2:5-8, Col. 3:10, 13, I Thes. 1:6, Heb. 12:2-4, I Pet. 1:15, 2:21-24, 3:17-18, I John 2:6, 3:1-3, 16, 4:17, Rev. 3:21 return

195. Gen. 1:1-2, 26, Neh. 9:6, Isa. 9:6, Mic. 5:2, Matt. 1:23, John 1:1-3, 10-14, 10:30, 37-38, 14:6-11, 13, 20, 23, Heb. 1:2-3, I John 5:7 return

196. Psa. 15:1-2, 23:6, 27:4-5, 61:4, 84:4, 92:13, Isa. 2:2-3, John 14:20, 15:5, Rom. 8:1, Col. 3:3, I Thes. 5:9-10, I John 2:6, 28, 3:6, 24, 4:13 return

197. John 14:10-21, 23-26, 15:3-11, 16:7-8, 13-14, 17:21-23, 26, Rom. 8:1-14, Gal. 2:20, Col. 1:28-29, I John 3:24, 4:13 return

198. Gen. 2:9, 3:22, 24, Rom. 7:24-25, 8:1-17, I Cor. 15:21-22, 44-50, II Cor. 5:14-21, Eph. Ch. 2, Col. 1:12-14, 18-23, 27-29, Heb. 2:9-10, 14-18, II Pet. 1:3-4 return

199. Matt. 5:48, John 14:18-20, Rom. 6:4-14, 8:1-14, Gal. 5:16, Eph. 6:10-18, Phlp. 1:6, 9-11, 2:12-13, 15, 4:13, Col. 2:9-15, Heb. 2:18, 13:20-21, I Pet. 1:3-9, 5:10, I John 3:5-9, 5:18-20 return

200. Deut. 18:13, I Kin. 8:61, Psa. 119:1-3, Matt. 7:24-25, Rom. 6:4-14, II Cor. 13:11, Gal. 5:16, Eph. 4:11-13, 6:10-11, 13-18, Phlp. 1:6, 9-11, 2:12-13, 15, 3:12-15, 4:13, Col. 1:21-22, 28, 2:9-15, II Tim. 3:16-17, Heb. 2:18, 13:21, Jas. 1:4, I Pet. 1:3-5, 5:10, I John 3:5-10, 5:18-20 return

201. Psa. 51:5-7, Eccl. 9:3, Matt. 26:41, John 6:63, 14:6, 15:5, Rom. 3:10-18, 5:6-9, 14, 7:14-25, 8:1-14, 37, I Cor. 2:14, II Cor. 3:5, Phlp. 2:12-13, I John 3:4-6, 9 return

202. Matt. 26:41, John 6:63, 14:6, 18-20, 15:5-10, 17:11, 21-26, Rom. 5:6-9, 7:14-25, 8:37, I Cor. 2:12-14, II Cor, 3:5, Phlp. 2:12-13, 4:13, I John 2:24-28, 5:18-20 return

203. John 5:24, 10:8-9, 17:11, 21-26, Acts 2:18, Rom. 6:3-5, 8, 11, 22-23, 8:9, 14-17, I Cor. 6:17, II Cor. 5:17-21, Eph. 2:1, 5-6, I Pet. 2:9, II Pet. 1:3-4, I John 5:4-5, 11-12 return

204. John 14:18-20, 15:4, 17:11, 21-26, I Cor. 6:17, Gal. 3:25-28, I John 5:18-20 return

205. Joel 2:1-11, 3:9-10, 16, John 16:33, Acts 1:8, Rom. 12:21, Eph. 1:17-23, 3:16-21, Col. 1:10-11, 29, 2:9-10, 2 Tim. 1:7, 1 John 2:14, 5:4-5, Rev. 3:5 return

206. Gen. 6:8-9, Num. 23:21, Deut. 18:13, 1 Kin. 8:61, 11:4, 15:14, Job 1:1, Psa. 119:1-3, Matt. 5:48, Luke 1:6, II Cor. 13:11, Eph. 4:11-13, Phlp. 2:15, 3:12-15, Col. 1:21-22, 28 II Tim. 3:16-17, Heb. 13:20-21, Jas. 1:4, I John 3:6-10 return

207. Matt. 5:48, Rom. 3:4, I Pet. 1:15-16, II Pet. 1:21, Rev. 22:11 return

208. Eph. 5:27, I Tim. 6:14, II Pet. 3:14, Rev. Ch. 21 return

209. Matt. 7:6, 23:33, Luke 10:19, Phlp. 3:2, Rev. 22:15 return

210. Isa. 13:9-11, Rev. 22:14-15 return

211. Jude 12-13 return

212. Psa. 24:3-5, Isa. 35:8, I Cor. 6:9-10, Heb 12:14, II Pet. 3:13, Rev. 2:7, 3:21, 21:4, 26-27 return

213. John 17:17, Rom. 6:22, Eph. 4:11-13, 5:25-27, I Thes. 3:13, II Tim. 2:21, Heb. 4:11, Rev. 3:12, 7:14, 19:7-8, 21:2 return

214. Deut. 8:3, John 13:7-10, 15:3, Eph. 6:17, Col. 3:16, I Thes. 2:13, II Tim. 2:15, 3:15-17, Titus 3:5-7, Heb. 10:22, Jas. 1:21, I Pet. 1:23, Rev. 1:5 return

215. Deut. 11:18-21, Psa. 51:2, 7, 119:9, John 15:3-8, Eph. 5:25-27 return

216. Deut. 5:32, 8:1, 11:18-21, Josh. 23:6, I Kin. 8:61, I Chron. 28:9, Psa. 37:31, 37, 101:2, 119:1-3, 6, Prov. 2:21, Matt. 5:48, 19:21, Luke 6:40, John 15:3, 17:17, Rom. 8:1, 4-17, 12:1-2, I Cor. 3:16-17, 6:11, 17-20, II Cor. 7:1, 13:9, 11, Gal. 5:16, 24-25, Eph. 1:4-6, 2:18-22, Phlp. 1:10, 2:15, 3:12-15, Col. 1:19-22, 2:9, 11, 3:12-15, 4:12, I Thes. 3:10, 13, 4:7, 5:23, II Tim. 2:11, 21, 3:16-17, Heb. 2:11, 6:1, 9:14, 10:10, 14, 12:14, 23, 13:12, 20-21, Jas. 1:4, 25, 3:2, I Pet. 1:13-16, 2:9-10, 5:10, II Pet. 3:10-14, I John 2:5, 3:9-10, 4:12, 5:18, Jude 24, Rev. 7:14, 21:2-4, 7-27, 22:1-15 return

217. John 15:3, Rev. 14:1-5, 19:9, 22:17-19 return

218. Gen. 17:1, Deut. 18:13, I Kin. 8:61, Matt. 5:4 8, Luke 6:40, John 4:24,14:10-11, II Cor. 7:1, 13:11, Phlp. 1:10, Col. 2:9-11 return

219. Amos 3:3, John 4:24, II Cor. 6:14-18 return

220. Zeph. 3:9, John 10:16, 15:5-9, 17:26, Rom. 12:4-5, I Cor. 12:12-27, Eph. 4:25, 5:30 return

221. Deut. 32:4, II Sam. 22:31, Matt. 5:48, 27:3-4, Luke 23:41, John 7:18, Acts 3:14, 13:28, Rom. 12:2, II Cor. 5:21, Eph. 5:25-27, Phlp. 2:7-11, Heb. 1:9, 4:15, 7:26-28, 9:14, Jas. 1:17, I Pet. 1:18-21, 2:21-22, I John 3:5, Rev. 3:7, 21:2-27, 22:1-6, 14, 17 return

222. John 5:24, 20:31, Rom. 10:17, 15:4, II Tim. 2:15, 3:15-17 return

223. Rev. 19:7-8, 21:27 return

224. Matt. 5:48, 7:24-25, Rom. 6:4-14, II Cor. 13:11, Eph. 4:11-13, 6:10-18, Rev. 21:2, 9-11 return

225. John 1:16, Eph. 3:19, 4:13-16, I Cor. 10:26-28, Eph. 1:10-12, 22-23, 3:19, Col. 1:19, 2:9 return

226. Amos 3:3, Matt. 5:48, II Cor. 6:14-18, 13:11, Eph. 5:25-27, Heb. 12:14, 13:20-21, Jas. 1:4, I Pet. 1:16, I John 3:6-10 return

227. Rev. Ch. 21, 22:1-6, 17 return

228. II Cor. 11:2, Eph. 5:23-32, Phlp. 2:15, Col. 3:1-6, Rev. 3:12, 19:7-9, 22:1-7, 17 return

229. II Cor. 11:2 return

230. Matt. 5:14, 16, John 1:8-9, 9:5, 12:46, Eph. 5:23-32, Phlp. 2:15, Rev. 3:12, 19:7-9, Ch. 21, 22:5, 17 return

231. Matt. 16:24, Rom. 6:2-14, 7:4-6, 8:10-11, Gal. 2:20, 5:24, 6:14, Eph. 2:1-6, Phlp. 3:10-11, Col. 2:10-15, 3:1-3, I Pet. 2:24 return

232. Deut. 18:13, I Kin. 8:61, Matt. 5:48, Luke 13:23-24, II Cor. 13:9, Eph. 4:11-13, Phlp. 3:14-15, Col. 1:29, Heb. 6:1, I Pet. 1:15-16 return

233. Matt. 17:6-23, Rom. 7:4-6, 8:28-30, 12:1-5, I Cor. 6:15-17, 10:16-17, II Cor. 11:2, Gal. 4:3-8, Eph. 3:6, 4:11-16, 5:23-32, Col. 1:18-23, Rev. 3:12, 19:7-9 return

234. Matt. 7:21-23, 10:22, Ch. 25, Luke 8:12-15, John 3:5-6, 10:9, Acts 2:21, 4:12 return

235. Matt. 24:36-44, 48-51, Mark 13:32-37, I Thes. 5:2-3 return

236. John 1:4, 6:63, 14:6, Rom. 5:21, 6:4-11, 23, I Cor. 15:45 return

237. John 6:27, 32-35, 47-58, Rev. 2:17 return

238. Isa. 55:1-2John 4:14, 7:37-39, Rev. 21:6 return

239. Matt. 4:16, Luke 2:32, John 1:1-12, 3:19-21, 5:35, 8:12, 12:35-36, 46, Rom. 13:12, II Cor. 4:6, Eph. 5:13, Jas. 1:17, I Pet. 2:9, I John 1:5, 7, 2:8-10, Rev. 21:23-25, 22:5 return

240. Luke 15:21-24, Rom. 13:14, II Cor. 5:1-4, Gal. 3:27, Eph. 4:24, 6:10-18, Rev. 3:5, 18, 7:9, 19:8, 14 return

241. Matt. 7:24-27, John 6:56, 14:20-23, 15:5-10, 17:11, 21-26, Rom. 8:37-39, I Cor. 6:15-17, II Cor. 5:17-21, Gal. 3:25-29, Eph. 1:3-11, 2:4-7, 19-22, Phlp. 3:8-11 return

242. Matt. 6:19-21, 1 Cor. 2:9, II Pet. 3:10, Rev. 21:2-3, 7, 9-27 return

243. Ex. 20:3-6, 23, Lev. 19:4, Deut. 4:15-20, 12:31, 16:22, 30:17-18, Psa. 79:6, Matt. 23:2-10, 13-33, John 15:6, Rom. 1:18-32, Phlp. 3:18-19, II Tim. 3:1-5, 13, Titus 1:16, II Pet. 2:1-2 17-19, Rev. 21:8 return

244. Mal. 4:2, Matt. 7:21-23, 11:28-30, 21:28-32, Mark 16:15-16, John 1:12-13, 3:15-17, 5:39-40, 7:37-38, 15:4-5, Acts 16:27-31, Rom. 1:16, 9:33, 10:9-11, Jas. 1:22-24 return

245. I Kin. 18:16-46, II Kin. 16:2-4, 17:7-23, Matt. 24:4-5, 11, 23-27, Mark 12:32, John 10:1-5, 7-11, Acts 17:22-28, Gal. 1:8-9 return

246. Ex. 34:23, Deut. 29:29, I Chron. 16:15, Isa. 34:16, 40:8, Matt. 5:17-18, Mark 13:31, Luke 16:17, John 2:13, 23, 4:45, 5:1, 7:8-10, 10:22-23, Acts 2:1, 5, II Tim. 3:16, Heb. 13:8, II Pet. 1:20-21 return

247. Gen. 3:15, 12:3, 49:10, Psa. 118:22, Isa. 11:1-5, 10, 42:1-4, 59:16-18, 20, Jer. 23:5-6, Dan. 9:24-26, Hag. 2:7, Zech. 3:8, 9:9, 13:1, Mal. 3:1-3 return

248. Ex. 3:17, 33:1, Lev. 20:24, Deut. 26:8-9, I Cor. 10:26, Eph. 1:10, 22-23, Col. 2:10, I Pet. 2:5, Rev. 3:12, 21:3 return

249. Gen. 1:1-2, 9-13, Ex. 3:7-10, 17, Lev. 20:24, Deut. 26:8-9, I Kin. 8:22-53, Matt. 16:21, Eph. 1:10, 22-23, I Pet. 2:5, Rev. 3:11-12, 21:3 return

250. John 5:21, 6:63, 14:15-18, 14:26, 16:5-7, Rom. 1:16, 8:11, I Cor. 15:45-47, II Cor. 5:18-21, Eph. 2:1-6, Col. 2:13-15 return

251. Ex. 15:11, Isa. 45:21-22, Jer. 32:17, 27, Dan. 4:35, 6:27, Hos. 13:4, Eph. 3:20-21, I John 5:11 return

252. Ex. 34:17, Deut. 13:1-4, 27:15, 32:15-26, 27:15, Ex. 34:17, Psa. 97:7, Isa. 5:20, 42:17, Matt. 7:15, 15:7-9, 13-14, Mark 12:38, I Cor. 6:9-10, Rev. 21:8 return

253. Matt. 12:46-50, Luke 11:27-28, John 2:2 return

254. I Sam. 2:2, Isa. 45:5-6, 21-22, John 1:1, 14, 10:30, 14:15-18, I John 5:7 return

255. John 1:16, Eph. 1:22-23, 3:19, 4:11-13, Col. 2:9-10 return

256. II Sam. 7:11-13, Psa. 23:1, Matt. 4:16, 7:7-11, 26:26-28, Mark 2:19, Luke 1:79, John 1:3-4, 3:16, 35-36, 4:10, 14, 24, 6:35, 53-58, 63, 8:12, Rom. 8:37, I Cor. 3:21-23, 8:6, Rev. 3:5, 21:2, 6-7, 9-24 return

257. Isa. 1:2-6, 20, Amos 5:21-27, Gal. 1:8-9, Rev. 22:18-19 return

258. Matt. 7:13-23, 24:23-25, Luke 13:23-28, John 8:44, II Cor. 4:3-4, 11:14-15, II Thes. 2:3-12, I Pet. 5:8, Rev. 13:8, 13-18 return

259. Gen. 6:1-8, 7:5-24, I Pet. 3:20, II Pet. 2:5 return

260. Ezek. 14:3, Matt. 10:37-39, 12:20, 22:36-38, Luke 14:26-27, 33, 18:28-30, John 14:15, 21, 15:10, Eph. 5:3-7, Jas. 2:10, I John 5:3 return

261. Matt. 20:16, 22:14, II Pet. 2:1-2 return

262. Job 21:12-15, Psa. 49:6-20, Prov. 14:12, Eccl. 2:1-11, Matt. 10:37-39, 16:21-26, Mark 16:16, Luke 12:16-21, 16:19-31, 21:34-36, I John 2:15-17 return

263. Jas. 4:4, Rev. 13:3-8, 11-18, 14:6-11, 16:1-2, 19:19-21 return

264. Matt. 7:21-23, 13:40-42, 49-50, 22:2-7, Ch. 25, Mark 12:30, Luke 12:35-40, Rom. 8:6-8, Gal. 6:8, Phlp. 3:18-19, Col. 3:2-3, Rev. 3:15-16, 20:12-15 return

265. Matt. 3:12, 8:12, 13:41-42, 49-50, 25:24-30, Mark 9:43-48, Luke 16:19-31, Rev. 14:9-11, 20:10 return

266. Matt. 7:13-14, Luke 8:12, John 6:40, 48-51, 53-56, 68, 8:31-32, 11:25-26, 14:6, 17:17, Acts 4:10-12, 16:31, I John 5:6 return

267. II Cor. 11:13-15 return

268. Matt. 5:20, 7:21, 19:16-24, 25:14-30, John 3:5-6, Rom. 8:1 return

269. I Tim. 6:14, II Pet. 3:13-14, I John 3:3, 8-9 return

270. Rom. 12:1-2, I Cor. 2:16, II Cor. 5:17, I Pet. 4:1-2 return

271. Deut. 4:35, 39, Neh. 9:6, Isa. 9:6, 44:6, Matt. 1:23, John 1:1, I John 5:7, 20, Rev. 1:8 return

272. Isa. 40:8, 64:4, Matt. 6:19-21, Luke 9:23-25, Rom. 8:16-18, I Cor. 2:9, II Pet. 3:10, Rev. 8:7-12, 11:6, 16:3-4, 8-10, 18-21, 18:8-19, Ch. 21 return

273. Job 1:8-22, 2:3-10, 42:10-17 return

274. Job 42:10, John 15:16, I John 3:22, 5:14-15 return

275. Job 4:8-9, 10:14-21, 18:5, 11-15, Psa. 2:1-5, 9, 11-12, 9:5, Prov. 1:24-33, 19:16, Isa. 65:12-15 return

276. Matt. 25:41-46, Rev. 14:9-11, 20:12-15 return

277. II Cor. 5:17-21, Eph. 3:16-19, Col. 1:27-29, II Tim. 1:14 return

278. Rom. 13:12-14, I Cor. 2:16, Gal. 3:26-29, Phlp. 2:5, Col. 2:9-13, I Pet. 4:1-2 return

279. Matt. 7:13-14, Luke 9:23-26, 13:24, Phlp. 3:13-16 return

280. Gen. 2:9, 16, 22:8, 41:46-49, 57, Ex. 16:14-18, 17:6, Num. 20:8, I Kin. 17:1-16, Psa. 104:14-15, Matt. 6:25-34, Luke 22:19-20, John 4:14, 6:31-35, 7:37-39, Rev. 22:1-2 return

281. II Pet. 3:10-13 return

282. Mark 16:16, Rev. 21:8 return

283. I Cor. 2:9, Eph. 5:8, Rev. 21:23-27, 22:5 return

284. I Cor. 15:50-54, Rev. 21:4-5 return

285. I Cor. 6:9-10, 10:14, Gal. 5:19-21, Eph. 5:3-5, 1 John 5:21, Rev. 2:20-23, 21:8, 22:14-15 return

286. Matt. 3:12, 25:31-46, Luke 3:17, 16:25-26, Titus 2:14, I Pet. 2:9-10, Rev. 7:13-17, Ch. 21 return

287. Matt. 10:19-20, Luke 9:23, John 4:23-24, 5:21, 6:53-57, 63, 17:20-23, Rom. 1:9, I Cor. 3:16-17, 6:19, 8:6, Gal. 2:20, 3:28, 5:24-25, Rev. 3:20 return

288. Luke 10:19, Acts 4:12, 16:31, Rom. 3:24-26, 5:9-11, 8:1-2, 10:9-13, I Cor. 1:30, 15:22-28, II Cor. 5:17-19, Eph. 2:5-10, 18-22, I Tim. 2:3-6 return

289. John 10:9, 14:6, Acts 4:12, Rom. 5:10-11, II Cor. 5:18-20, Eph. 2:13-18, I Tim. 2:5, Heb. 8:6, 9:14-15, 12:22-24 return

290. John 10:2, Acts 14:27, Rev. 3:20 return

291. Ezek. 36:27, John 15:1-11, 16:7-14, II Cor. 5:17-21, Eph. 2:16-22, II Tim. 1:14 return

292. Luke 12:11-12, John 15:5, II Cor. 6:16-18, Gal. 2:20 return

293. Isa. 8:13-14, Rom. 9:33, I Pet. 2:6-8 return

294. Matt. 13:3-9, 18-23, Rom. 9:32-33, II Cor. 11:3, II Tim. 4:10, I Pet. 2:6-8 return

295. Job 21:12-15, Psa. 49:6-20, Prov. 14:12, Matt. 10:37-39, Mark 4:18-19, Luke 18:28-30, Rom. Ch. 8, I Cor. 7:31, Gal.5:16-17, 24, 6:8, Phlp. 3:18-19, Col. 3:2, 5-17, 23-25, Jas. 4:4, I John 2:15-17 return

296. Psa. 50:3-4, Dan. 7:9-10, II Thes. 1:7-8, II Tim. 2:4, II Pet. 3:3-7, 10-12, Rev. 6:15-17 return

297. Ezek. 47:2-9, John 4:14, 24, 6:53-58, 7:37-39, I Cor. 11:23-26, 12:13, Rev. 22:1-2 return

298. I Cor. 2:9, Rev. 7:13-17, 21:1-4 return

299. I Cor. 2:9, Rev. 7:9, 13-17, 21:1-5, 9-11, 18-19, 21-27, 22:1-5 return

300. Matt. 6:20, I Pet. 1:4, II Pet. 3:13, Rev. 21:3-7, 22-26, 22:14-15 return

301. I Thes. 4:17, Heb. 11:10, 16, Rev. 2:7, 3:21, 7:9, 13-17, 21:1-5, 9-11, 18-19, 21-27, 22:1-5 return

302. Rev. 7:13-17, 14:1-5, 21:1-7 return

303. II Cor. 5:1, I Thes. 4:17, I John 2:25, Rev. 7:9-17, 21:1-7, 22-25, 22:3-4 return

304. I Sam. 2:3, 16:7, II Sam. 7:20, I Kin. 8:39, I Chron. 28:9, 29:17, II Chron. 16:9, Job 23:10, 24:1, 23 return

305. Matt. 24:13, Rom. 2:7, I Tim. 6:12, Rev. 2:10 return

306. Matt. 7:21, Ch. 25, II Tim. 4:6-8, Rev. 12:10-11 return

307. Matt. 16:26-27, Luke 12:16-20, II Pet. 3:10-12 return

308. Deut. 32:22, Psa. 9:17, Prov. 5:3-5, 15:11, 27:20, Isa. 5:12-14, Amos 9:10, Acts 5:1-10, Rom. 1:18-32, Rev. 21:8 return

309. Matt. 8:12, Luke 16:19-31, Rev. 14:9-11, 21:8 return

310. Rev. 7:13-17, 21:1-7, 10-27 return

311. John 1:1, 6:31-35, Rev. 19:13 return

312. Deut. 8:4, 29:5, Neh. 9:21 return

313. Matt. 6:20-21, 19:21, Luke 12:33-34, John 3:15, Rom. 2:7, 6:23, II Cor. 5:1 return

314. Gen. 2:25, 3:7, II Chron. 6:41, Job 29:14, Psa. 93:1, 104:1, 132:9, Isa. 59:17, 61:10, Matt. 22:11-14, 25:31-46, Luke 15:22, Rom. 13:14, II Cor. 5:1-4, Gal. 3:11, 24, 27, Eph. 4:24, 6:10-17, Phlp. 3:9, I Pet. 5:5, Rev. 3:5, 18, 7:9, 19:8, 14 return

315. Deut. 6:3, 27:3, Josh. 23:5, 24:13, Neh. 9:23-25, Rom. 8:14-17, Gal. 3:29, 4:4-7, Eph. 1:10-12, Col. 1:12-13, 3:24 return

316. Acts 2:38-41, 47, Eph. 2:19-22, Heb. 12:22-24 return

317. John 14:17, 23, Eph. 1:3-11, 17-23, 2:4-10, 21 return

318. Ex. 15:13, II Sam. 22:29, Psa. 5:8, 23:2-3, 25:5, 27:11, 31:3, Isa. 40:11, 48:17, 58:11, John 10:3-5, 9, 14-16, 27, 16:13 return

319. Psa. 23, Luke 12:11-12, John 6:63, 10:3-5, 9, 27-28, 16:13-15 return

320. John 3:3-8, I Cor. 3:16-17, 6:19 return

321. Acts 2:42-43, 16:5 return

322. Dan. 2:40-45, 7:17-18, 23-27, Mark 16:20, II Tim. 4:2 return

323. I Pet. 2:4-6 return

324. Matt. 13:3-9, Luke 8:5-8 return

325. II Chron. 2:6, 6:18, Jer. 23:24, John 10:30 return

326. John 14:10-21, 23, 26, I Cor. 8:6, Gal. 2:20, 3:28, Eph. 4:4, Col. 3:15 return

327. Matt. 4:23-25, Ch. 8, 15:30-39, 17:14-18, 26:47-59, Mark 5:21-43, Luke 5:17-30, 6:17-19, 9:11-17, 12:1, 19:1-11, John 2:13-16, 4:7-54, 12:12-15, 18:28-40, Ch. 19, 20:30-31, 21:25, Acts 9:1-20, I Cor. 15:3-12, Rev. 1:1-8, 10-20, The Looking Glass, by Tony Alamo return

328. Gen. Chs. 1-2, John 1:3, 10, I Cor. 8:6, Eph. 3:9, Col. 1:16-17, Heb. 1:2, 10, Rev. 3:14 return

329. Eph. 5:25-27 return

330. Gen. 2:7, 21-23, Matt. 26:41, Rom. 8:1-13 return

331. Mark 12:30, Luke 9:23, Rom. 8:5-8, I Cor. 15:31, Gal. 3:27, Col. 3:12-17 return

332. Gen. 2:16-17, 3:3, Deut. 30:15, 19-20, Matt. 19:17, Mark 16:16, Rev. 19:20-21, 20:10, 15, 21:8, 22:14-15 return

333. John 10:1, 7-8, 14:6 return

334. John 3:14-16, 5:24-26, 40, 6:32-35, 40-41, 48-58, 63, 10:10, 14:6 return

335. Psa. 36:8-9, Isa. 12:2-3, John 4:4-14, 7:37-39, 11:25-26, Rom. 13:14, II Cor. 5:1 return

336. Matt. 12:31-32, Mark 3:29, Gal. 1:7-9, II Pet. 2:1-2, Rev. 22:18-19 return

337. II Kin. 17:13, Jer. 36:1-2, Zech. 7:12, Matt. 5:17-19, Acts 28:25, I Cor. 14:37, Eph. 6:17, I Thes. 2:13, II Tim. 3:16-17, Heb. 1:1-2, 3:7-8, I Pet. 1:11-12, II Pet. 1:21, I John 1:1-5, Rev. 1:1-2, 11, 19, 2:7, 22:6-8, 18-19 return

338. John 5:24, Jas. 1:18-19, 21-25, I Pet. 1:23-25 return

339. Matt. 5:17-19, Gal. 1:6-10, Rev. 22:18-20 return

340. Matt. 7:21-23, 26-27, II Tim. 3:7, Jas. 1:23-25 return

341. Gen. 2:25, II Chron. 6:41, Job 29:14, Psa. 93:1, 104:1, 132:9, Isa. 59:17, 61:10, Matt. 22:11-14, 25:31-46, Luke 15:22, Rom. 13:14, I Cor. 1:30, II Cor. 5:1-4, Gal. 3:11, 24, 27, Eph. 4:24, 6:10-17, Phlp. 3:9, I Pet. 5:5, Rev. 7:9, 19:8, 14 return

342. Gen. 3:6-7, II Chron. 6:41, Psa. 93:1, 104:1, 132:9, 16, Matt. 22:11-14, 25:31-46, Luke 15:22, Rom. 13:14, II Cor. 5:1-4, Gal. 3:11, 24, 27, Eph. 4:24, 6:10-17, Phlp. 3:9, I Pet. 5:5, Rev. 3:5, 18, 7:9, 19:6-9 return

343. Matt. 10:37-39, 16:24-26, 19:21, 27-29, 22:36-40, Luke 5:11, 9:23, 14:26-27, John 12:26,14:23, Titus 2:12, I John 2:15 return

344. Eph. 3:16-21, Phlp. 2:12-13, Col. 1:27-29, II Tim. 1:14, I John 3:6, 24, 5:12 return

345. John 3:14-18, Acts 20:28, I Cor. 6:19-20, I John 4:9-10 return

346. Matt. 13:44-46, 16:24-26, 19:21, Luke 5:11, 27-28, John 12:24-26, I Cor. 6:20 return

347. Matt. 13:44-46, Mark 8:34-37, 10:21, Luke 9:23, Phlp. 3:7-9 return

348. Matt. 6:19-21, 25, 13:44, Mark 10:21, I John 2:15-17 return

349. Matt. 13:44-46, 16:24-26, 22:36-40, Mark 8:34-37, 10:21, John 12:24-26, Acts 20:22-24, Phlp. 3:7-9 return

350. Matt. 13:44-46, 16:24-27, 19:21, Mark 10:28-30, Luke 9:23-25, John 12:25, Rom. 6:2-13, 8:10-11, Gal. 2:20, Phlp. 3:7-11, Col. 3:1-4 return

351. Matt. 6:24, 13:44-46, 16:24-26, 19:21, Luke 18:28-30, John 12:24-26, I Cor. 9:26-27, Gal. 2:20, Eph. 4:27, Phlp. 3:7-9, Col. 3:5-17, 23-25, I Thes. 5:22, II Tim. 2:4, 4:7-8, Titus 2:12, Jas. 4:7-10, I Pet. 4:1-2, I John 2:15-17, Rev. 12:11 return

352. Gen. 4:7, Deut. 11:26-28, 30:15-20, Josh. 24:15, Prov. 1:24-32, 5:1-14, Matt. 6:24 return

353. Luke 17:20-21, Heb. 8:10, 10:16 return

354. Luke 9:23-25, John 3:5-6, 14:6, Phlp. 3:14 return

355. Rom. 6:4-13, 8:1, 13, Gal. 5:16-17, 24, Phlp. 3:7-9, Col. 3:5, Titus 2:12 return

356. Acts 5:1-10 return

357. Luke 9:23, John 12:25, Rom. 6:6-13, 13:14, Gal. 2:20, 5:16, 6:14-15, Col. 3:5-11, II Tim. 1:8-10, Rev. 12:11 return

358. Eccl. 12:13, Matt. 21:28-32, 25:1-13, John 14:15-17, 21, 23-24, 31, 15:8-14, 21:15-17, I John 2:5, 5:1-5, II John 6 return

359. John 14:12, I Cor. 15:10, Gal. 2:20, Phlp. 2:12-13, Rev. 3:20 return

360. Matt. 16:24-26, Luke 9:22-25, 14:26-27, John 12:24-26, Rom. 6:1-3, Gal. 2:20, 5:16-17, 24-25, Col. 3:1-17, Titus 2:12, Jas. 4:5-10, 13-15 return

361. Deut. 5:32-33, 11:32, Eccl. 12:13, Luke 9:23, Rom. 8:13, Gal. 5:16-17, 24 return

362. Dan. 7:13-14, Matt. 24:14, Heb. 8:4-5, 9:23-24, 11:12-16, Rev. 3:12, 20:11-15, 21:1-2, 5, 22-27, 22:1-5 return

363. I Tim. 1:16 return

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"Prayer" Footnotes:

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

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