Baptism is not just an outward practice; it is an important testimony. When we are baptized, there is a spiritual reality that we are brought into that can be experienced in our daily life. When we piece together all the verses in the Bible concerning baptism, we realize that it is deep and rich in significance. In […]

And He said to them, Why is it that you were seeking Me? Did you not know that I must be in the things of my Father – Luke 2:49b As believers, our eternal destiny is secure. The question before us is not one of eternal security, but rather what kind of life will we live […]

In the New Testament, not many outward practices are emphasized, but we do see an emphasis on two: the Lord’s table and baptism. In this podcast, we fellowship about the importance of baptism in the Christian life. We begin by considering the two aspects of baptism—the outward, visible practice of baptism and the invisible spiritual […]

In this fellowship, Brother Minoru shares an encouraging word to the young people to help them realize that they are not too young to begin exercising themselves in the priestly army revealed in the book of Numbers. To be formed into this army requires our cooperation. Today God is poor as far as the priesthood […]

With a new year approaching, we need a word on new beginnings. In the Bible, God pays very much attention to new beginnings. In the book of Numbers, the children of Israel were commanded to blow the trumpet on many occasions, including the time of the appointed feasts and the beginnings of months. In our […]

We need to realize that in Christ the Son we truly have a Father. God is not only our Creator, He is our Father and we are His children. As our Father, He is the source of everything. Deep in the heart of our Father is a deep desire—the desire to live forever in a […]

When the Apostle Paul came to the end of his course, it was during a time of general decline. Even the churches were in decline. Outwardly, everything seemed disappointing, but Paul was not discouraged. In his last epistle, 2 Timothy, Paul reminded and charged Timothy, his younger co-worker, to guard the deposit that was in him. Paul’s […]

Laodicea in Greek means the opinion of the people. The church in Laodicea is a warning to us to remain on the line of Philadelphia. Laodicea was confident in their understanding of Christ doctrinally, but experientially, they did not realize that Christ’s evaluation of them was that they were poor, blind, wretched and naked. Smyrna […]

In 2 Timothy 4, Paul’s departure was imminent. When a person is at the end of his life, what do they emphasize? What do they call attention to? In this podcast, we end this line of fellowship by looking at five things Paul emphasized in the last chapter of 2 Timothy: we should live a […]

The book of 2 Timothy tells us that in the last days, difficult times will come. Today we are living in the reality and fulfillment of what Paul spoke in 2 Timothy 2:1-13. What do we see all around us? Lovers of self, lovers of money, lovers of pleasure and all manner of ungodliness. To […]

Download: God’s Eternal Purpose and the Fall of Man The Third Fall of Man The Days of Noah and the Days of Lot being a Prefigure of the Present Age The Life that Changed the Age – Finding Grace The Work that Changed the Age – Building the Ark Saved through Water The Work that […]

  Download: A Daily Time with the Lord Session (1) – Rising Early and Calling on the Name of the Lord Session (2) – Confessing and Repenting Session (3) – Praying and Pray-reading Session (4) – Loving the Lord Session (5) – Singing Session (6) – Fellowshipping with the Lord A New Spirit Morning Session […]

  Download: A Daily Time with the Lord Session (1) – Rising Early and Calling on the Name of the Lord Session (2) – Confessing and Repenting Session (3) – Praying and Pray-reading Session (4) – Loving the Lord Session (5) – Singing A New Spirit Morning Session One (1) – Knowing the Human Spirit […]

  Download: A Daily Time with the Lord Session (1) – Rising Early and Calling on the Name of the Lord Session (2) – Confessing and Repenting Session (3) – Praying and Pray-reading Session (4) – (Not Recorded) Session (5) – Singing A New Spirit Morning Session One (1) – Knowing the Human Spirit and […]

  Download: A Daily Time with the Lord Session (1) – (Not Recorded) Session (2) – Confessing and Repenting Session (3) – Praying and Pray-reading Session (4) – Loving the Lord Session (5) – Singing Session (6) – Song of Songs A New Spirit Morning Session One (1) – (Not Recorded) Morning Session One (2) […]

  Download: A New Spirit Morning Session One (1) – Knowing the Human Spirit and Its Importance in the Fulfillment of God’s Purpose Morning Session One (2) – Having a Proper Spirit Morning Session One (3) – The Poor in Spirit Morning Session One (4) – Exercising Our Spirit and Walking according to the Spirit The Commission to […]

“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 […]