Sunday, July 27, 2008

Word Study - Healing and Deliverance

Word Study - Healing and Deliverance




The first word of study will come from the Greek text in the New Testament. The word chosen to study will be that all important one called Salvation. The word salvation has a multi- fold meaning. It is probably the most important word for the Christian except the names of Jesus Christ, The Holy Spirit and the Heavenly Father.

In the New Testament there are different words in Greek that are translated into different words in English for the word salvation. Here are the words that I have found in my studies:English word Salvation is from Greek words Soterion or Soteria. English word Saved is from Greek word Diasozo or Sozo or Phulasso. English word Save is from Greek word Sozo. The meanings of the above words consist of Deliverance, Preservation, Safety, Healing/Soundness. The meaning of the word is applied to the scripture depending on the context or subject of the scripture.

Safe, Safely, Safety

A. Adjective

asphales
B. Nouns
asphaleia
soteria
C. Adverb
asphalos
D. Verbs
diasozo
hugiaino


A1. Safe, Safely, Safety [Adjective]
asphales "certain, secure, safe" (from a, negative, and sphallo, "to trip up"), is translated "safe" in
Php_3:1. See asphales_under_CERTAIN.
See also :
asphales in other topics


B1. Safe, Safely, Safety [Noun]
asphaleia "certainty, safety"
(akin to
asphales), is translated "safety" in Acts_5:23; 1_Thess_5:3. See asphaleia_under_CERTAIN.
See also :
asphaleia in other topics


B2. Safe, Safely, Safety [Noun]
soteria "salvation," is translated "safety"
in
Acts_27:34, RV (AV, "health"). See HEALTH.
See also :
soteria in other topics


C1. Safe, Safely, Safety [Adverb]
asphalos "safely" (akin to
asphales, and asphaleia), is so rendered in Mark_14:44; Acts_16:23. See asphalos_under_ASSURANCE. In the Sept., Gen_34:25.
See also :
asphalos in other topics


D1. Safe, Safely, Safety [Verb]
diasozo "to bring safely through danger," and, in the Passive Voice, "to come safe through" (dia, "through," sozo, "to save"), is translated "bring safe" in
Acts_23:24; "escaped safe" in Acts_27:44. See ESCAPE, HEAL, SAVE, WHOLE.
See also :
diasozo in other topics


D2. Safe, Safely, Safety [Verb]
hugiaino "to be sound, healthy" (Eng., "hygiene," etc.), is translated "safe and sound" in
Luke_15:27, lit., "being healthy." See HEALTH, SOUND, WHOLE.
See also :
hugiaino in other topics.

Salvation

Cross-references:
Also found in
Torrey's New Topical Textbook
Also found in
Nave's Topical Bible
Also found in
Easton's Bible Dictionary

Salvation

A. Nouns

soteria
soterion

B. Adjective
soterios

A1. Salvation [Noun]
soteria denotes "deliverance, preservation, salvation." "Salvation" is used in the NT
(a) of material and temporal deliverance from danger and apprehension,

national, Luke_1:69,71; Acts_7:25, RV marg., "salvation" (text, "deliverance");
personal, as from the sea, Acts_27:34; RV, "safety" (AV, "health"); prison, Php_1:19; the flood, Heb_11:7;


(b) of the spiritual and eternal deliverance granted immediately by God to those who accept His conditions of repentance and faith in the Lord Jesus, in whom alone it is to be obtained, Acts_4:12, and upon confession of Him as Lord, Rom_10:10; for this purpose the gospel is the saving instrument, Rom_1:16; Eph_1:13 (see further under SAVE); (c) of the present experience of God's power to deliver from the bondage of sin, e.g., Php_2:12, where the special, though not the entire, reference is to the maintenance of peace and harmony; 1_Pet_1:9; this present experience on the part of believers is virtually equivalent to sanctification; for this purpose, God is able to make them wise, 2_Tim_3:15; they are not to neglect it, Heb_2:3; (d) of the future deliverance of believers at the Parousia of Christ for His saints, a salvation which is the object of their confident hope, e.g., Rom_13:11; 1_Thess_5:8, and 1_Thess_5:9, where "salvation" is assured to them, as being deliverance from the wrath of God destined to be executed upon the ungodly at the end of this age (see 1_Thess_1:10); 2_Thess_2:13; Heb_1:14; Heb_9:28; 1_Pet_1:5; 2_Pet_3:15; (e) of the deliverance of the nation of Israel at the second advent of Christ at the time of "the epiphany (or shining forth) of His Parousia" (2_Thess_2:8); Luke_1:71; Rev_12:10; (f) inclusively, to sum up all the blessings bestowed by God on men in Christ through the Holy Spirit, e.g., 2_Cor_6:2; Heb_5:9; 1_Pet_1:9,10; Jude_1:3; (g) occasionally, as standing virtually for the Savior, e.g., Luke_19:9; cp. John_4:22 (see SAVIOR); (h) in ascriptions of praise to God, Rev_7:10, and as that which it is His prerogative to bestow, Rev_19:1 (RV).
See also :
soteria in other topics


A2. Salvation [Noun]
soterion the neuter of the adjective (see
soterios), is used as a noun in Luke_2:30; Luke_3:6, in each of which it virtually stands for the Savior, as in A1(g); in Acts_28:28, as in A1(b); in Eph_6:17, where the hope of "salvation" [see A1(d)] is metaphorically described as "a helmet."


B1. Salvation [Adjective]
soterios "saving, bringing salvation," describes the grace of God, in
Titus_2:11.

Recover

sozo
ananepho

1. Recover
sozo "to save," is sometimes used of "healing" or "restoration to health," the latter in
John_11:12, RV, "he will recover," marg., "be saved" (AV, "he shall do well"). See HEAL, PRESERVE, SAVE, WHOLE.
See also :
sozo in other topics


2. Recover
ananepho "to return to soberness," as from a state of delirium or drunkenness (ana, "back," or "again," nepho, "to be sober, to be wary"), is used in
2_Tim_2:26, "may recover themselves" (RV marg., "return to soberness," AV marg., "awake"), said of those who, opposing the truth through accepting perversions of it, fall into the snare of the Devil, becoming intoxicated with error; for these "recovery" is possible only by "repentance unto the knowledge of the truth." For a translation of the verse see zogreo_under_CAPTIVE.
Notes: (1) For "recovering of sight," Luke_4:18, see SIGHT. (2) In Mark_16:18, the phrase echo kalos, lit., "to have well," i.e., "to be well," is rendered "they shall recover."

Save, Saving
A. Verbs
sozo
diasozo

B. Noun
peripoiesis

A1. Save, Saving [Verb]

sozo "to save," is used (as with the noun soteria, "salvation") (a) of material and temporal deliverance from danger, suffering, etc., e.g., Matt_8:25; Mark_13:20; Luke_23:35; John_12:27; 1_Tim_2:15; 2_Tim_4:18 (AV, "preserve"); Jude_1:5; from sickness, Matt_9:22, "made ... whole" (RV, marg., "saved"); so Mark_5:34; Luke_8:48; James_5:15; (b) of the spiritual and eternal salvation granted immediately by God to those who believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, e.g., Acts_2:47, RV "(those that) were being saved;" Acts_16:31; Rom_8:24, RV, "were we saved;" Eph_2:5,8: 1_Tim_2:4; 2_Tim_1:9; Titus_3:5; of human agency in this, Rom_11:14; 1_Cor_7:16; 1_Cor_9:22; (c) of the present experiences of God's power to deliver from the bondage of sin, e.g., Matt_1:21; Rom_5:10; 1_Cor_15:2; Heb_7:25; James_1:21; 1_Pet_3:21; of human agency in this, 1_Tim_4:16; (d) of the future deliverance of believers at the second coming of Christ for His saints, being deliverance from the wrath of God to be executed upon the ungodly at the close of this age and from eternal doom, e.g., Rom_5:9; (e) of the deliverance of the nation of Israel at the second advent of Christ, e.g., Rom_11:26; (f) inclusively for all the blessings bestowed by God on men in Christ, e.g., Luke_19:10; John_10:9; 1_Cor_10:33; 1_Tim_1:15; (g) of those who endure to the end of the time of the Great Tribulation, Matt_10:22; Mark_13:13; (h) of the individual believer, who, though losing his reward at the Judgment-Seat of Christ hereafter, will not lose his salvation, 1_Cor_3:15; 1_Cor_5:5; (i) of the deliverance of the nations at the Millennium, Rev_21:24 (in some mss.). See SALVATION.
See also :
sozo in other topics

A2. Save, Saving [Verb]
diasozo "to bring safely through" (dia, "through," and
sozo), is used (a) of the healing of the sick by the Lord, Matt_14:36, RV, "were made whole" (AV adds "perfectly"); Luke_7:3; (b) of bringing "safe" to a destination, Acts_23:24; (c) of keeping a person "safe," Acts_27:43; (d) of escaping through the perils of shipwreck, Acts_27:44; Acts_28:1,4, Passive Voice; (e) through the Flood, 1_Pet_3:20. See ESCAPE, WHOLE.
Note: In 2_Pet_2:5, AV, phulasso, "to guard, keep, preserve," is translated "saved" (RV, "preserved"). In Luke_17:33 some mss. have sozo (AV, "save"), for the RV: see peripoieo_under_GAIN. For "save alive," Luke_17:33, RV, see zoogoneo_under_LIVE.
See also :
diasozo in other topics

B1. Save, Saving [Noun]
peripoiesis
(a) "preservation," (b) "acquiring or gaining something," is used in this latter sense in Heb_10:39, translated "saving" (RV marg., "gaining"); the reference here is to salvation in its completeness. See OBTAIN, POSSESSION.
Note: In Heb_11:7 soteria is rendered saving. See SALVATION.
See also :
peripoiesis in other topics.

Whole (made), Wholly, Wholesome

A. Adjectives
holos
pas
hapas
holokleros
hugies
holoteles

B. Verbs
hugiaino
sozo
iaomai
ischuo
diasozo


A1. Whole (made), Wholly, Wholesome [Adjective]

holos for which see

holos_under_ALL, and ALTOGETHER, signifies "whole," (a) with a noun, e.g., Matt_5:29,30; Mark_8:36; Mark_15:1,16,33; Luke_11:36 (1st part), though holon may here be used adverbially with photeinon, "wholly light" [as in the 2nd part, RV, "wholly (full of light)"]; John_11:50; 1_Cor_12:17 (1st part); 1_John_2:2; 1_John_5:19; (b) absolutely, as a noun, e.g., Matt_13:33; 1_Cor_12:17 (2nd part).
See also :
holos in other topics

A2. Whole (made), Wholly, Wholesome [Adjective]
pas for which see
pas_under_ALL, is sometimes translated "the whole" when used with the article, e.g., Matt_8:32,34; Rom_8:22.
See also :
pas in other topics

A3. Whole (made), Wholly, Wholesome [Adjective]
hapas for which see
hapas_under_ALL, is rendered "the whole," e.g., in Luke_19:37; Luke_23:1.
See also :
hapas in other topics

A4. Whole (made), Wholly, Wholesome [Adjective]
holokleros from
holos and kleros, "a lot," is rendered "whole" in 1_Thess_5:23: see ENTIRE.
See also :
holokleros in other topics

A5. Whole (made), Wholly, Wholesome [Adjective]
hugies (cp. Eng., "hygiene") is used especially in the Gospels of making sick folk
"whole,"
Matt_12:13; Matt_15:31; Mark_3:5; Mark_5:34; Luke_6:10; John_5:4,6,9,11,14,15; John_7:23; also Acts_4:10; of "sound (speech)," Titus_2:8. See SOUND.
See also :
hugies in other topics

A6. Whole (made), Wholly, Wholesome [Adjective]
holoteles "wholly,"
1_Thess_5:23, is lit., "whole-complete" (holos, and telos, "an end"), i.e., "through and through;" the Apostle's desire is that the sanctification of the believer may extend to every part of his being. The word is similar in meaning to holokleros; holokleros draws attention to the person as a "whole," holoteles, to the several parts which constitute him.
Note: In 1_Tim_4:15, the sentence freely rendered "give thyself wholly to them" is, lit., "be in these (things)."

B1. Whole (made), Wholly, Wholesome [Verb]
hugiaino "to be in good health," akin to
hugies, is rendered "they that are whole" in Luke_5:31; "whole" in Luke_7:10 (present participle); "wholesome" in 1_Tim_6:3, AV (RV, "sound;" marg., "healthful"). See HEALTH, SOUND.
See also :
hugiaino in other topics

B2. Whole (made), Wholly, Wholesome [Verb]
sozo "to save," is sometimes rendered "to make whole," and, in the Passive Voice, "to be made whole," or "to be whole," e.g.,
Matt_9:21,22 (twice), and parallel passages; Acts_4:9. See HEAL, SAVE.
See also :
sozo in other topics

B3. Whole (made), Wholly, Wholesome [Verb]
iaomai "to heal," is rendered
"to make whole,"
Matt_15:28; Acts_9:34, AV (RV, "health"). See HEAL.
See also :
iaomai in other topics

B4. Whole (made), Wholly, Wholesome [Verb]
ischuo "to be strong," is rendered "they that are whole" in
Matt_9:12; Mark_2:17. See ischuo_under_ABLE.
See also :
ischuo in other topics

B5. Whole (made), Wholly, Wholesome [Verb]
diasozo "to save thoroughly" (dia), is used in the Passive Voice and rendered "were made whole" in
Matt_14:36, RV (AV, "were made perfectly whole"). See ESCAPE, HEAL, SAVE.
See also :
diasozo in other topics.

Heal, Healing

A. Verbs
therapeuo
iaomai
sozo
diasozo

B. Nouns
therapeia
iama
iasis

A1. Heal, Healing [Verb]
therapeuo primarily signifies "to serve as a therapon, and attendant;" then, "to care for the sick, to treat, cure, heal" (Eng., "therapeutics"). It is chiefly used in Matthew and Luke, once in John
(
John_5:10), and, after the Acts, only Rev_13:3,12. See CURE.
See also :
therapeuo in other topics

A2. Heal, Healing [Verb]
iaomai "to heal," is used (a) of physical treatment 22 times; in
Matt_15:28, AV, "made whole," RV, "healed;" so in Acts_9:34; (b) figuratively, of spiritual "healing," Matt_13:15; John_12:40; Acts 28;27; Heb_12:13; 1_Pet_2:24; possibly, James_5:16 includes both A2(a) and A2(b); some mss. have the word, with sense A2(b), in Luke_4:18. Apart from this last, Luke, the physician, uses the word fifteen times. See WHOLE.
See also :
iaomai in other topics

A3. Heal, Healing [Verb]
sozo "to save," is translated by the verb "to heal" in the AV of
Mark_5:23; Luke_8:36 (RV, "to make whole;" so AV frequently); the idea is that of saving from disease and its effects. See SAVE.
See also :
sozo in other topics

A4. Heal, Healing [Verb]
diasozo "to save thoroughly" (dia, "through," and
sozo), is translated "heal" in Luke_7:3, AV (RV, "save"). See ESCAPE.
See also :
diasozo in other topics

B1. Heal, Healing [Noun]
therapeia akin to
therapeuo, primarily denotes "care, attention," Luke_12:42 (see HOUSEHOLD); then, "medical service, healing" (Eng., "therapy"), Luke_9:11; Rev_22:2, of the effects of the leaves of the tree of life, perhaps here with the meaning "health."
See also :
therapeia in other topics

B2. Heal, Healing [Noun]
iama akin to
iaomai, formerly signified "a means of healing;" in the NT, "a healing" (the result of the act), used in the plural, in 1_Cor_12:9,28,30, RV, "healings;" of Divinely imparted gifts in the churches in apostolic times.
See also :
iama in other topics

B3. Heal, Healing [Noun]
iasis akin to
iaomai, stresses the process as reaching completion, Luke_13:32, "cures," of the acts of Christ in the days of His flesh; Acts_4:22,30, "to heal," lit. 'unto healing.'
See also :
iasis in other topics

Salvation
Cross-references:
Also found in Nave's Topical Bible
Also found in
Easton's Bible Dictionary
Also found in
Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words

Salvation

Is of God
Is of the purpose of God
Is of the appointment of God
God is willing to give
Is by Christ
Is by Christ alone
Announced after the fall
Of Israel, predicted
Of the Gentiles, predicted
Revealed in the gospel
Came to the Gentiles through the fall of the Jews
CHRIST
Is not by works
Is of grace
Is of love
Is of mercy
Is of the long-suffering of God
Is through faith in Christ
Reconciliation to God, a pledge of Salvation
IS DELIVERANCE FROM
Confession of Christ necessary to Salvation
Regeneration necessary to Salvation
Final perseverance necessary to Salvation
DESCRIBED AS
Searched into and exhibited by the prophets
The gospel is the power of God to Salvation
Preaching the word is the appointed means of Salvation
The Scriptures are able to make wise to Salvation
Now is the day of Salvation
From sin, to be worked out with fear and trembling
SAINTS
Godly sorrow works repentance to Salvation
All the earth shall see
MINISTERS
The heavenly host ascribe, to God
SOUGHT IN VAIN FROM
No escape for those who neglect
Is far off from the wicked
ILLUSTRATED BY Salvation

Typified
Is of God
-
Psalm_3:8 ; Psalm_37:39 ; Jer_3:23
Is of the purpose of God
-
2_Tim_1:9
Is of the appointment of God
-
1_Thess_5:9
God is willing to give
-
1_Tim_2:4
Is by Christ
-
Isaiah_63:9 ; Eph_5:23
Is by Christ alone
-
Isaiah_45:21,22 ; Isaiah_59:16 ; Acts_4:12
Announced after the fall
-
Gen_3:15
Of Israel, predicted
-
Isaiah_35:4 ; Isaiah_45:17 ; Zech_9:16 ; Rom_11:26
Of the Gentiles, predicted
-
Isaiah_45:22 ; Isaiah_49:6 ; Isaiah_52:10
Revealed in the gospel
-
Eph_1:13 ; 2_Tim_1:10
Came to the Gentiles through the fall of the Jews
-
Rom_11:11

CHRIST
The Captain of -
Heb_2:10
The Author of -
Heb_5:9
Appointed for -
Isaiah_49:6
Raised up for -
Luke_1:69
Has -
Zech_9:9
Brings, with him -
Isaiah_62:11 ; Luke_19:9
Mighty to effect -
Isaiah_63:1 ; Heb_7:25
Came to effect -
Matt_18:11 ; 1_Tim_1:15
Died to effect -
John_3:14,15 ; Gal_1:4
Exalted to give -
Acts_5:31
Is not by works
-
Rom_11:6 ; Eph_2:9 ; 2_Tim_1:9 ; Titus_3:5
Is of grace
-
Eph_2:5,8 ; 2_Tim_1:9 ; Titus_2:11
Is of love
-
Rom_5:8 ; 1_John_4:9,10
Is of mercy
-
Psalm_6:4 ; Titus_3:5
Is of the long-suffering of God
-
2_Pet_3:15
Is through faith in Christ
-
Mark_16:16 ; Acts_16:31 ; Rom_10:9 ; Eph_2:8 ; 1_Pet_1:5
Reconciliation to God, a pledge of Salvation
-
Rom_5:10

IS DELIVERANCE FROM
Sin -
Matt_1:21 ; 1_John_3:5
Uncleanness -
Ezek_36:29
The devil -
Col_2:15 ; Heb_2:14,15
Wrath -
Rom_5:9 ; 1_Thess_1:10
This present evil world -
Gal_1:4
Enemies -
Luke_1:71,74
Eternal death -
John_3:16,17

Confession of Christ necessary to Salvation
-
Rom_10:10
Regeneration necessary to Salvation
-
John_3:3
Final perseverance necessary to Salvation
-
Matt_10:22

DESCRIBED AS
Great -
Heb_2:3
Glorious -
2_Tim_2:10
Common -
Jude_1:3
From generation to generation -
Isaiah_51:8
To the uttermost -
Heb_7:25
Eternal -
Isaiah_45:17 ; Isaiah_51:6 ; Heb_5:9
Searched into and exhibited by the prophets
-
1_Pet_1:10
The gospel is the power of God to Salvation
-
Rom_1:16 ; 1_Cor_1:18
Preaching the word is the appointed means of Salvation
-
1_Cor_1:21
The Scriptures are able to make wise to Salvation
-
2_Tim_3:15 ; James_1:21
Now is the day of Salvation
-
Isaiah_49:8 ; 2_Cor_6:2
From sin, to be worked out with fear and trembling
-
Php_2:12

SAINTS
Chosen to -
Php_2:13 ; 2_Tim_1:9
Appointed to obtain -
1_Thess_5:9
Are heirs of -
Heb_1:14
Have, through grace -
Acts_15:11
Have a token of, in their patient suffering for Christ -
Php_1:28,29
Kept by the power of God to -
1_Pet_1:5
Beautified with -
Psalm_149:4
Clothed with -
Isaiah_61:10
Satisfied by -
Luke_2:30
Love -
Psalm_40:16
Hope for -
Lam_3:26 ; Rom_8:24
Wait for -
Gen_49:18 ; Lam_3:26
Long for -
Psalm_119:81,174
Earnestly look for -
Psalm_119:123
Daily approach nearer to -
Rom_13:11
Receive, as the end of their faith -
1_Pet_1:9
Welcome the tidings of -
Isaiah_52:7 ; Rom_10:15
Pray to be visited with -
Psalm_85:7 ; Psalm_106:4 ; Psalm_119:41
Pray for the assurance of -
Psalm_35:3
Pray for a joyful sense of -
Psalm_51:12
Evidence, by works -
Heb_6:9,10
Ascribe, to God -
Psalm_25:5 ; Isaiah_12:2
Praise God for -
1_Chron_16:23 ; Psalm_96:2
Commemorate, with thanks -
Psalm_116:12
Rejoice in -
Psalm_9:14 ; Psalm_21:1 ; Isaiah_25:9
Glory in -
1_Cor_1:31 ; Gal_6:14
Declare -
Psalm_40:10 ; Psalm_71:15
Godly sorrow works repentance to Salvation
-
2_Cor_7:10
All the earth shall see
-
Isaiah_52:10 ; Luke_3:6


MINISTERS
Give the knowledge of -
Luke_1:77
Show the way of -
Acts_16:17
Should exhort to -
Ezek_3:18,19 ; Acts_2:40
Should labour to lead others to -
Rom_11:14
Should be clothed in -
2_Chron_6:41 ; Psalm_132:16
Should use self-denial to lead others to -
1_Cor_9:22
Should endure suffering that the elect may obtain -
2_Tim_2:10
Are a sweet savour of Christ to God, in those who obtain -
2_Cor_2:15
The heavenly host ascribe, to God
-
Rev_7:10 ; Rev_19:1


SOUGHT IN VAIN FROM
Idols -
Isaiah_45:20 ; Jer_2:28
Earthly power -
Jer_3:23
No escape for those who neglect
-
Heb_2:3
Is far off from the wicked
-
Psalm_119:155 ; Isaiah_59:11


ILLUSTRATED BY Salvation
A rock -
Deut_32:15 ; 2_Sam_22:47 ; Psalm_95:1
A horn -
Psalm_18:2 ; Luke_1:69
A tower -
2_Sam_22:51
A helmet -
Isaiah_59:17 ; Eph_6:17
A shield -
2_Sam_22:36
A lamp -
Isaiah_62:1
A cup -
Psalm_116:13
Clothing -
2_Chron_6:41 ; Psalm_132:16 ; Psalm_149:4 ; Isaiah_61:10
Wells -
Isaiah_12:3
Walls and bulwarks -
Isaiah_26:1 ; Isaiah_60:18
Chariots -
Hab_3:8
A victory -
1_Cor_15:57
Typified
-
Num_21:4-9 ; John_3:14,15

Salvation - This word is used of the deliverance of the Israelites from the Egyptians
(Ex_14:13), and of deliverance generally from evil or danger. In the New Testament it is specially used with reference to the great deliverance from the guilt and the pollution of sin wrought out by Jesus Christ, "the great salvation" (Heb_2:3). (See REDEMPTION, REGENERATION.)

SOZO So what does the word SOZO mean? The Greek word SOZO was translated in the New Testament as the English word Saved, but it doesn't mean Salvation, known as the Greek word Soteria. SOZO simply defined means rescued, pulled from danger, or lifted above trouble. It was used in Ephesians 2:8 in the phrase, "By Grace are you saved". It was also used in James 1:21 in reference to the Engrafted Word being able to save our souls.

Salvation comes from the Greek word SOZO. Meaning redemption, its definition includes salvation, healing, and deliverance. SOZO describes God's awesome plan to change our lives inside and out, and includes transforming the spirit, soul, and body.







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apostolicrevelation.info is one of the world's fast growing popular Bible study websites, attracting thousands of visitors daily from all around the world. We follow a unique revelatory apostolic seer writing from the Scripture with Rapture taking place any time after Mid-Point but before Great Tribulation begins through Antichrist, we use dispensational interpretation of Scripture and believe the Bible teaches salvation by grace through faith alone, and the eternal security of believers. We will focus mainly on apostolic teaching that will edify, equip and empower the saints to reach their full potential in Christ Jesus. Our goal is the edification, evangelism and empowerment of the last day Church that the Lord Jesus Christ is raising up before His triumphant return!
 
 

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