About

 

Biblical Life Assembly is a growing faith community of Spirit-filled believers (both locally and internationally) that believe God is restoring the powerful truths of our Hebraic heritage to the Body of Messiah.  Therefore our emphasis is a balanced approach of blending the Hebraic heritage of the Church with the present day charismatic truths that are founded solely on the Word of God.

Our desire is to walk in the ways of God (as demonstrated by Jesus) and to walk in the power of God (as demonstrated by Jesus and declared by the Apostle Paul in 1 Corinthians 2:4).  This walk requires us to continue to reformation started in the sixteenth century: Our cry is “only scripture!”  For the Bride of Messiah to be without spot or wrinkle, she must throw off all traces of paganism, return to Word of God (from Genesis to Revelation) and the demonstration of the power of the Holy Spirit. 

We encourage those of likeminded faith to join us in this continuing journey of restoration to maturity in Messiah.


9 thoughts on “About

    rhonda glaser said:
    May 20, 2015 at 9:39 pm

    found your website I’m glad I did glory to God in the highest

      Emmanuel J Arsenault said:
      January 26, 2016 at 7:00 am

      I want the truth!

    Richard Vaughn said:
    February 3, 2016 at 8:47 pm

    Dr Lake, love your ministry….a great wake-up call!! I don’t understand how you arrive at the gift of healing is for unbelievers. James 5 seems clear that believers are to go to the eldes for healing etc.

      biblicallife responded:
      February 3, 2016 at 9:04 pm

      There is a great difference in a Gift of Healing in 1 Cor. and praying for the sick in James. Although both deal with healing, it is like calling a tomato and apple the same. Read the writings of Howard Carter or Lester Sumrall on the Gifts and then compare.

    Carol M said:
    March 1, 2016 at 12:29 am

    I just read your book, The Shinar Directive. I learned a lot, and want to thank you for a great book. Its message is timely!! However, I have a strong suggestion for the future, and that is, Please use a current version of the Bible in the future!!

    I grew up with the KJV, and struggled through many years with it. The old almost Shakespearean language is so difficult to read easily. All the words ending in “th”–doth, goeth, maketh, hath, keepeth etc., plus old archaic word order like 1 John 4:5-6 ..”therefore speak they of the world, and the world heareth them. We are of God; he that knoweth God heareth us; he that is not of God heareth not us. Hereby know we the spirit of truth and the spirit of error.” Now, what did that actually say?!!!
    Another one: In Deuteronomy 13:1-4 you have archaic words in phrases such as, “and the sign or wonder come to pass, whereof he spake onto thee, saying, Let us go after other gods, which thou has not known… Thou shalt not harken unto the words of that prophet…for the Lord your God proveth you, to know whether ye love the Lord…..ye shall serve him, and cleave unto him.. What did that say?!!

    How many people under 60 years of age would know what the KJV is even saying, much less be willing to try and make sense of it all. In my case, I finally just scanned the KJV Bible quotes in your book, and hoped you would clarify them in modern English in the following paragraphs, which you usually did. I can just imagine a young person rolling their eyes and giving up after the first few KJV quotes. It’s certainly not the way Jesus spoke. He used the language of the people.

    Thanks for letting me express my frustration when some of you older writers still cling to the old archaic language of the KJV when there are so many modern English versions which explain the text clearly.

      biblicallife responded:
      March 1, 2016 at 7:38 pm

      There is so much more involved than just using an old version of the bible. Many of the newer translations actually miss the mark of proper interpretation. Then there is a copyright problem. If you use too many scriptures from a modern version, you must take the time to request permission to do so and to maintain their permission in writing. I suspect that you are not a writer and most likely not trained in biblical language to be aware of these things.

      Ayisha said:
      June 26, 2016 at 4:33 pm

      Hello Carol M, my dad actually had that same complaint against the Bible and I sympathize, but there is a solution for us younger folks. I wanted to get into screenwriting when I was a kid so I started reading Shakespeare, thank the Lord that I had an antique dictionary that included most it not all the antiquated words found in Shakespeare unabridged plays. So after I came to Christ a few years ago, I had just about no real problem reading the KJV. So to make it real simple, go to an old/antique book store and get a dictionary, or you could probably find all these obsolete words online now too. http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/words/archaic-words or even go to this site and type in which ever word you’re not sure of http://www.dictionary.com/ and they’ll give it to you quick. May the Lord bless you and grant you an eager understanding and seeking of His word.

        Paul Parnofiello said:
        October 31, 2016 at 1:49 am

        Dr. Lake,

        My wife and I just “discovered” you today through a Dan Duval/Josh Peck) connection. Coincidentally (yeah, right!) we decided to listen to Understanding the Kingdom 1. It didn’t even take us 10 minutes before we jumped out of our skin when we heard your view on “In the beginning. We were exposed a teaching about that almost 1 year ago to the day. We LOVE the “Witness of Two”. I pray this reaches you and you can make the time to listen. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l80ACgIh8XA&list=PLXpVLO-UE4XOcrM47sLJA42Hh8446BKCP&index=13

        In Him,

        Paul & Shannon Parnofiello
        Grand Rapids, MI

    Jan said:
    February 26, 2017 at 9:03 pm

    Dr. Lake and Mary Lou, I ordered the Shinar Directive and look forward to reading it. I have been listening to your older u tubes and podcasts about Passover as it’s coming up in April. I want to thank you for the wealth of material and information available on the web. I’ve been messianic for many years and into many messianic online groups. I’ve learned a lot, mostly how when I was involved with wrong teachings Yah has gotten me out, so I recognize your teachings as correct. Truth is truth. I’m grateful you are on the net. So, just wanted to say so. Blessings to you, Jan

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