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Ezekiel 16:1-3 Again the Word of the Lord came unto me, saying,
2 Son of man, cause Jerusalem to know her abominations,
3 And say, Thus saith the Lord God unto Jerusalem; thy birth and thy nativity is of the land of Canaan; thy father was an Amorite, and thy mother an Hittite.

Ezekiel is speaking the Word of the Lord to the people of Jerusalem. Naturally speaking, the Jews were descendants of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. And they had been set apart from other nations to be the Lord’s people. So why does the Lord say that their father was an Amorite, and their mother a Hittite? ...more


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 - In the Beginning...God Created
This book on the first chapter of Genesis is not concerning the literal creation of the universe. There are more than an ample supply of commentaries and other writings on how God created the earth and the heavens.

In Revelation 3:14 Jesus refers to Himself as the Beginning of the creation of God. We know that Jesus was not created, for He is eternal. Colossians 1:6 says all things in heaven and in earth, both visible and invisible, were created by Him. So the question arises: In what way was Jesus the Beginning of the creation of God? It becomes very obvious that the creation account in Genesis chapter one is mystically speaking of the creation of the Body of Christ. Enjoy the study.

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