“And you shall sanctify the fiftieth year, and proclaim liberty throughout the land to all its inhabitants. It shall be a jubilee for you; and each of you shall return to his possession, and each of you shall return to his family.” – Leviticus 25:10 In this fellowship, Brother Minoru shares six key practical points […]

In the midst of decline, what kind of people should we be? In 2 Timothy Chapter 2, Paul’s charge to his young co-worker Timothy reveals that we need to be young people with a five-fold status: (1) Teachers – those who are constituted with the truth to teach and shepherd; (2) Soldiers – those who […]

I know your works; behold, I have put before you an opened door which no one can shut, because you have a little power and have kept My word and have not denied My name. ” – Revelation 3:8 The word Philadelphia in Greek means brotherly love. The church in Philadelphia prefigures the recovery of the […]

The last epistle the Apostle Paul wrote was 2 Timothy, which was a letter to his young co-worker. Rather than unveiling great truths as he does in his other epistles, in 2 Timothy Paul is reminding and charging Timothy to guard and keep what has already been committed to him. There are three key words […]

…I know your works, that you have a name that you are living, and yet you are dead.” – Revelation 3:1 In the epistle to the church in Sardis, we see the beginning of God’s recovery work. This church prefigures the Protestant church from the time of the Reformation to the Lord’s return. In this […]

What is our realization of the Lord’s table? Hopefully it is not a formality to us. In this podcast, we continue our fellowship on the Lord’s table by considering its two sections—the remembrance of the Lord and the worship of the Father. We also consider the significance of the two expressions used in the Bible […]

What is time for? The length of time God has measured out for us to live on this earth is for our participating in the fulfillment of His eternal purpose. Because God’s purpose is carried out in time, He carries it out gradually in stages, or what we may call dispensations or ages. In every […]

D.M. Panton is most well-known for founding and editing the bi-monthly magazine The Dawn. He lived during a time of upheaval, the 1920s-1950s, and during that time, he realized that many Christians were not familiar with the teachings regarding the Lord’s coming and the kingdom. He was burdened to instruct, encourage, and incite other believers […]

And I heard another voice out of heaven, saying, Come out of her, My people…” – Revelation 18:4 To fully appreciate what the church in Thyatira signifies, we need to understand that as the Bible is faithful to present to us God’s work, plan, and economy, it is also faithful to present to us God’s […]

The most important meeting of the church is the Lord’s table meeting, established by the Lord Himself at the end of His earthly ministry. What is our understanding of this meeting? What is our appreciation? In this podcast we consider this meeting and the two symbols that the Lord used, the bread and the wine, […]

“For He Himself is our peace, He who has made both one and has broken down the middle wall of partition, the enmity, abolishing in His flesh the law of the commandments in ordinances, that He might create the two in Himself into one new man, so making peace” ​​- Ephesians 2:14-15 Download: 01. One New Man 02. Putting […]

Can believers lose their salvation? Is salvation a free gift of God? Does our living, work and conduct matter after our salvation?  These matters can be confusing to new believers.  Robert Govett said we must come back to the Bible to have a balanced view.  In this podcast, we look at the truth of Christian […]

Did you ever have the thought that when you attend the church meetings you receive many blessings? In John 20 we have the record of the first church meeting on the day of resurrection. In this portion of the word we can see the many blessings that we receive when we are in the meeting. […]

Practically speaking, if we are going to know Christ, we must come to the church. Ephesians 5:25 says that Christ loved the church and gave Himself up for her. This church that God loves is very practical. This church is expressed in the church life, and a key part of the church life is the […]

The following are the list of sixteen points that Brother Minoru mentioned in his message. The subjective issue and practical effect of our appreciation of the Lord being the reality of the sin and trespass offerings: We follow Him—John 1:29, 36-37 We love Him much—Luke 7:47 We live to Him—2 Cor. 5:14-15 We live in His […]

“O foolish Galatians, who has bewitched you, before whose eyes Jesus Christ was openly portrayed crucified” – Galatians 3:1 When it comes to the judicial aspect of God’s salvation, we may not have that much depth of feeling and understanding. Leviticus shows us that God is not a careless God. We need to know the […]

How well do you know Christ? Getting to know someone involves finding out what motivates them. As a believer in Christ, you may know the joy and satisfaction that comes from His living in you, but do you know what it is that He desires? The Bible reveals through Old Testament pictures and the direct […]

How well do you know Christ? Getting to know someone involves finding out what motivates them. As a believer in Christ, you may know the joy and satisfaction that comes from His living in you, but do you know what it is that He desires? The Bible reveals through Old Testament pictures and the direct […]

How well do you know Christ? Getting to know someone involves finding out what motivates them. As a believer in Christ, you may know the joy and satisfaction that comes from His living in you, but do you know what it is that He desires? The Bible reveals through Old Testament pictures and the direct […]

The church in Smyrna signifies the church under the persecution of the Roman Empire during the first few centuries of the church’s existence. The Greek word smyrna means myrrh. Myrrh signifies suffering in the Bible. This was a time of persecution and martyrdom in the church. What this epistle shows us is that the church […]