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Daily Manna - Children of the Day


I Thessalonians 5:1-2 But of the times and the seasons, brethren, you have no need that I write unto you.
2 For yourselves know perfectly that the day of the Lord so comes as a thief in the night.


The day of the Lord speaks of relationship. When He is really the Lord over our lives, we have come to the day of the Lord. Obviously, this refers to a relationship with the Lord we are to come into yet. He is our Lord, but we are yet to learn how to submit our total being unto His Lordship. There are aspects of our lives that we are not even aware of. The Holy Spirit uncovers areas of our lives as we grow spiritually. As He does, it is our responsibility to bring that area under the Lordship of the Lord. Thus, we understand that the day of the Lord is not a time period but a spiritual relationship with the Lord. It comes as a thief in the night, because it is not a day in the natural realm. ...more


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We are interested in the mysteries spoken of in the Word of God. They are the truths and Kingdom concepts hidden in the Scriptures. The Greek word for "mystery" is mysterion; it means "a thing hidden, a religious secret, or that which is not obvious to the understanding." It occurs 22 times in the King James Bible. We will not look at every passage of Scripture where it is found, but we will examine enough to sharpen our desires for the Word of God.

God's Word is not laid bare for just anyone. His Word is for those who are hungering after Him, and it is the hunger for Him that will begin uncovering the veil over the Word of God.

We will begin with a portion of Scripture in John chapter seven. Here we will see Jesus at the Feast of Tabernacles in the midst of a multitude, yet hidden. As such, He is an example of a mystery.

BOOKS FROM OHM - Deuteronomy


Everything in the Scriptures is significant; all is important, even names. It wasn't just coincidence that Jesus, who was born in Bethlehem, is called the Bread of Life, and the word Bethlehem means "house of bread." In the same manner we can look for some truth to be connected with other names. With this in mind let's take a look at the names in Book of Deuteronomy. An exposition of Deuteronomy 1-12.


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