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Biblical Life TV–Episode 2: Remnant Boot Camp Part 2

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BLTV-EP2:  Remnant Boot Camp Part 2

God’s account of creation is compared to that of Luciferianism.  We examine the Apostle John’s criteria for fellowship:  first with God and then with those in fellowship with Him.  We also provide contrast between the position of John regarding sin, the Law of God, and forgiveness compared to the teaching of many in modern Christianity.  How to walk in such a way that we are continually under the Blood of Jesus for forgiveness and protection is addressed as an important aspect of Spiritual Warfare.

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Episode 13: Overcoming the Spirit of Oppression

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Episode 13:  Overcoming the Spirit of Oppression -  Restoring the Foundations of the Righteous Series.  Biblical Life Deep Waters Podcast

There has been a nearly century long plan by the elite to remove the moral foundations of America.  Psalms 11 tells us that if the foundation be removed that the Righteous cannot accomplish much.  In fact, it releases a Spirit of Oppression to afflict the Righteous.  But God has a plan and it has been in Psalms 11 all along.  There is a plan and a fresh anointing from Heaven to empower the Remnant, if we will only trust in the LORD and yield to the working of His Spirit.   www.biblical-life.com

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BLTV Ep1: Remnant Boot Camp Part 1

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Remnant Boot Camp Part 1 – Biblical Life TV


God is in the process of preparing and empower the Remnant for ministry and abundant life in the last days.  The author of the last books of the New Testament was the Apostle John.  He wrote the Gospel of John so that all might believe.  He wrote the Book of Revelation to reveal Jesus to the Church and  World at the End of Days.  And he wrote the Book of First John to prepare the Remnant as they entered into what he foresaw in the Book of Revelation.  In this new series, we will be examining the Apostle John’s Spiritual Boot Camp for the Remnant!

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The Power of Biblical Purpose and God’s Presence

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The Power of Biblical Purpose and God’s Presence

by Michael K. Lake,Th.D.

I never cease to be amazed at the perfectly timed and intricate leading of the Holy Spirit. Yesterday, as I was working in the office at Biblical Life, the Holy Spirit spoke very clearly about “purpose.” He shared that true, God-inspired purpose provides direction, insight, and strength in the life of the believer. One of Satan’s tactics is to so involve us with misguided activities that we lose sight of our purpose. When we do, we also lose direction and strength and end up in survival mode.

To be honest, much of the Body of Christ has been in survival mode for quite some time. We have ministers on Christian TV and radio constantly telling us that we can be delivered from survival mode with the power of a sacrificial offering. Yet time and time again, I hear from believers that have given beyond it hurting and nothing has changed, except the continual lowering of their checkbook balance.

There has to be more!

This is where the intricacy of the leading of the Holy Spirit comes to play in revealing this understanding to me. This morning as a part of my morning devotional, I was reading Chapter 25 of the Book of Exodus. Listen to the words of the LORD as He described the showbread:

Exodus 25:30 (NASB)
30 "You shall set the bread of the Presence on the table before Me at all times.

With our understanding of who Messiah is and what faith in Him really means, the “bread of the Presence” is the symbol of the presence and work of Messiah in the Tabernacle. What a powerful spiritual reality that we have in Jesus! As I commune with Jesus, He releases the “bread of the Presence” into my heart. We are the Temple (or Tabernacle) of Almighty God in the earth now (1 Cor. 6:19). God wants to move or promote us to the place where the bread of the Presence is continually manifested in our lives.

Now how does the aforementioned relate to purpose? I am glad that you asked!

2 Timothy 3:10-12 (NASB)
10 Now you followed my teaching, conduct, purpose, faith, patience, love, perseverance, 11 persecutions, and sufferings, such as happened to me at Antioch, at Iconium and at Lystra; what persecutions I endured, and out of them all the Lord rescued me! 12 Indeed, all who desire to live godly in Christ Jesus will be persecuted.

Second Timothy is the final epistle written by the Apostle Paul. Tradition teaches that he completed this letter the night before he was martyred for the Kingdom of God. At the end of his life, he was able to share, “I have fought the good fight, I have finished the course, I have kept the faith” (2 Tim. 4:7 NASB). What a paramount statement the Apostle Paul makes! In the midst of persecutions and sufferings, he could say that he was able to accomplish every single thing that God had called him to do in his ministry here on earth. But what was the Apostle Paul’s secret? I believe we find it in Verse 10 of 2 Timothy 3: his “teaching, conduct, purpose, faith, patience, love, and perseverance” all helped him successfully navigate through persecutions and sufferings to complete his mission in the Kingdom. These eight words could be used to write a new book or at least eight sermons in themselves. These words are just that significant! We could call them the “Eight Keys of the Apostle Paul to Finish the Race.” I want to center in on just one word today: purpose. Let’s take a look at the Greek word that Paul chose to express the truth of his purpose.

Purpose: Strongs # G 4286 πρόθεσις prothesis {proth’-es-is} [i]

Meaning: 1) a setting forth of a thing, placing of it in view, the shewbread 1a) twelve loaves of wheaten bread, corresponding to the number of the tribes of Israel, which loaves were offered to God every Sabbath, and separated into two rows, lay for seven days upon a table placed in the sanctuary or front portion of the tabernacle, and afterwards of the temple 2) a purpose.

When I saw Strong’s definition of prothesis  (purpose), my jaw hit the floor. It not only meant “a setting forth of our purpose in life,” but it revealed the purpose in the showbread: the continual bread of His Presence manifested in His Tabernacle!

What a simple, yet restorative truth. All of us are to have established in our lives the bread of His presence. No wonder direction, insight, and strength flow from purpose! Here are some points to consider:

1.   Only when we center in on creating room for God’s bread of Presence in our lives 24/7, can we have the direction, insight, or strength we need to overcome the tacit attacks of Babylon upon our souls!

2.   Any direction, insights, or supposed strength in our lives that do not flow from His manifested presence, are not parts of divine purpose from the throne of God. It makes us question, “Where did they come from?”

3.   All Satan has to do to facilitate our loss of purpose is to preoccupy us with other things, thereby, losing the maintenance of the bread of His Presence in our lives. Once disconnected from this spiritual mooring, we are easily set adrift in the tidal wave of persecutions and sufferings, becoming either overwhelmed by life or offended at God. Another way of putting it: disconnection from purpose equals discontentment and disillusionment!

I have become convinced that much of what we have called Church and the Christian walk over the past few decades has been nothing more than Babylon with a shiny, religious veneer that we all accepted. And this is one of the primary reasons we have lost our true purpose in the Kingdom of God. We all have sensed that something was awry and change was needed, but we have been unable to identify the problem.

I encourage everyone to watch a very inspiring video on YouTube where R.T. Kendall is speaking on “The Sensitivity of the Spirit.”[ii] This past Sabbath, my wife and I watched this remarkable message. I found myself weeping and repenting in my heart as I listened to this powerful man of God. It made me realize how easily we chase the dove-like “Holy Spirit” out of our lives and services and settle for “pigeon religion” in its place. (You will have to watch the video to really understand this comment.) It is time to reverse this trend and tap back into our Kingdom purpose.

Stop Thinking Like Greeks and Romans – Start Thinking Like Hebrews

Walking With God – Not Just Visiting

The Greco-Roman mindset in the Church has turned our walk with Messiah into a spectator’s sport in which we only participate by cheering from the stands, either during church services or while watching Christian TV. Get off the bleachers and back into life with God. We are all called to walk with the Most High, not just visit on weekends!

Bring Our Spirituality Back Into the Home

The very first letter in Genesis 1:1 in the original Hebrew is “bet.” Each letter of the Hebrew language has a meaning, and “bet” means “house.” It reveals the truth that in the beginning God created a house called the earth to put His family in. The Father Heart of God longed for a family. Everything about the Kingdom is always family centric. God called a man named Abram to walk with Him. Abram was a man who would teach his children the ways of God and how to walk with this wonderful God that called him out of Babylon.

This same God is now calling us, just like Abraham, to leave Babylon and its systems to walk with Him. Therefore, we must transcend the pseudo-spirituality of Babylon to a true faith that is walked out in our homes and in our families.

My good friend and BLCS graduate, Dr. John D. Garr, has just released a wonderful book entitled “Family Worship: Making Your Home a House of God.” I encourage everyone to get a copy of this inspiring book and to begin implementing its truths in your life and the life of your family!

Learn to Draw Your Purpose From the Bread of His Presence

To achieve this, the following two points must be examined and applied in our lives:

a.   Become aware of the sensitivity of the Holy Spirit. In Eph 4:30, the word used for “grieve” as in “grieve not the Holy Spirit” is lupeo. Lupeo means to hurt the feelings of someone, to cause them to be sad or full of sorrow, offended, or uneasy. [iii] The use of this word leaves the impression that the Holy Spirit can easily have His feelings hurt. Which, as R.T. Kendall shares in his message, is why the Word refers to the Holy Spirit as a dove. A dove is easily offended and will fly off. We need to conduct our day-to-day lives in such a way that the dove (or Holy Spirit) can remain and be manifest in all of our activities. This concept will radically change the conduct of our lives. Maybe this is the reason Paul listed “conduct” before “purpose” in 2 Tim 3:10. His “conduct” of disciplining himself to walk in the ways of God continually allowed his “purpose” to be made manifest in his life!

b.   Our true purpose is made plain, energized, and maintained by the dove. The manifested presence of God in our lives is what builds the bread of His Presence within us. It is also what releases and maintains our true Kingdom purpose. If it does not flow from the gentle indwelling of the Holy Spirit and our practicing the presence of God, it cannot be our true purpose. Many Christians are either being driven by fleshly desires or by what the world expects of them and calling it their purpose. Yet they always end up frustrated, discontent, disillusioned, and exhausted. These things must be crucified, and room must be given for more of God’s manifested presence within us. Only when it is established within us can purpose be released to change the world around us.

I believe today that Heaven wants to release a radical reformation into our lives of true Biblical living. This new walk will release a fresh purpose within us that Hell cannot stop! Like the Apostle Paul, Heaven wants our final testimony to be “I have fought the fight, finished the race, and kept the faith!”


[i] Strong’s Enhanced Lexicon.  BibleWorks for Windows 7.0.  BibleWorks, LLC, Norfolk, VA.  Copyright © 2006.

[ii] There are several versions of this message on YouTube. Here is one of the links: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CfutOOdDVl8

[iii] Ibid. Strongs # G3076


Michael K. Lake,Th.D. is the Chancellor and Founder of Biblical Life College and Seminary, the Director of Biblical Life Publishing, and the Pastor of Biblical Life Assembly.

BLA-EP3: Moving Forward in Our Jubilee Part 3

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Bringing Spirituality Back to the Home


Part of moving forward in the Jubilee anointing that God is releasing is to begin setting things in our lives and family in order biblically and enter into the rhythmic flow of the Kingdom of God.  Part of that flow is understanding the Sabbath.  In this video, Dr. Lake shares a biblical foundation of understanding the Sabbath, how we were disenfranchised from it, and how it can be used to re-establish spirituality in the home.

Note:  For a deeper study of the Sabbath, we have an eight-part MP3 audio series entitled "The Sabbath:  A Biblical Investigation" available at the BLA website that can be freely downloaded from our Digital Library.  http://www.biblicallifeassembly.org

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BLDW Episode 9–David’s Protocol for Killing Giants

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Biblical Life Deep Waters Podcast

Episode 9

david-and-goliath-smallAtlanta Conference – David’s Protocol for Killing Giants.

It is time to stop ignoring or pacifying our giants.  David gives us a biblical protocol on how to slay the giants in our lives and to move forward in God.

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Atlanta Leadership Conference

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Dr. Lake’s Videos from the Atlanta Leadership Conference

Dr. Lake AtlantaHere are Dr. Lake’s videos from the Atlanta Leadership Conference this past weekend.

Atlanta Conference – Becoming a Mountain Taker.  So many in the Church today are waiting for the mountain to change.  God is wanting us to change and is providing a Caleb anointing to renew our strength.  It is time to become a Mountain Taker!

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Atlanta Conference – Becoming a Giant Killer.  It is time to stop ignoring or pacifying our giants.  David gives us a biblical protocol on how to slay the giants in our lives and to move forward in God.

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BLDW Episode 8: Understanding the Kingdom Within and Without

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Biblical Life Deep Waters – Episode 8: Understanding the Kingdom Within and Without.

There are giants and roadblocks the enemy has placed within our souls to keep the Kingdom of God that was released into our spirits when we got saved to flow into the world around us.  Discover new secrets in Luke 17:20-21 from the Greek.  Learn how to move to victory within so you can maintain victory without.  This is your year to become all God wants to you be for His Kingdom!

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A Call to a Life of Fasting: Empower Your Life for the Kingdom in 2014

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To start this article by saying I am perplexed is an understatement. It only takes a split second of contemplation to realize that something is wrong. Maybe it is the fact that words “integrity” and “ministry” are seldom used in the same sentence anymore. Maybe it is the fact that our television ministers stress far too much on “giving” your way to a miracle rather than “living” your way to one. Maybe it is the fact that I recently had a disciple warned not to stress a strong, biblical male presence in the home because it does not fit with social norms in the situation he is currently involved in. Maybe it is the reality that the “feel” of Babylon and Egypt is all around us and Zion is a fleeting memory. If you don’t know what I am talking about, then I am not writing to you. I am writing to those that yearn to see the true Kingdom of God expand and for hearts to burn with a holy passion for God and a love for the Word of God, justice and the transformation of mankind. I want the fire of true, biblical revival – not the razzle-dazzle of emotional hype. I am tired of seeing services where we “party” all night (for Jesus) and there is no hunger for the Word or hearts broken over sin.

Do I believe in giving – absolutely. It does not replace biblical, holy living. Do I believe in miracles – always. Hype does not produce them, but a living faith in God does! I want something to cut through the Hollywood that has permeated the Church and has created spiritual zombies. My cry is with the Apostle Paul when he said:

Ephesians 5:10-16 (AMP)
10 And try to learn [in your experience] what is pleasing to the Lord [let your lives be constant proofs of what is most acceptable to Him]. 11 Take no part in and have no fellowship with the fruitless deeds and enterprises of darkness, but instead [let your lives be so in contrast as to] expose and reprove and convict them. 12 For it is a shame even to speak of or mention the things that [such people] practice in secret. 13 But when anything is exposed and reproved by the light, it is made visible and clear; and where everything is visible and clear there is light. 14 Therefore He says, Awake, O sleeper, and arise from the dead, and Christ shall shine (make day dawn) upon you and give you light. 15 Look carefully then how you walk! Live purposefully and worthily and accurately, not as the unwise and witless, but as wise (sensible, intelligent people), 16 Making the very most of the time [buying up each opportunity], because the days are evil.

Those of you that are preachers should be able to take these powerful verses from the Amplified Bible and develop an entire series from them. I could write a book around them and not even touch on where I really want to go here. The point that I am trying to make is that the way we are doing things is more “grey” than “light.” The result is that “we” are the sleepers needing to rise from near spiritual death and do not even know it! If there was ever a Laodicean Church, it is in America today.

If your heart is agreeing with me, then the question needs to be asked: “How can we change this?” First and foremost, it must change with us personally and the change must be within!

Luke 17:20-21 (KJV)
20 And when he was demanded of the Pharisees, when the kingdom of God should come, he answered them and said, The kingdom of God cometh not with observation: 21 Neither shall they say, Lo here! or, lo there! for, behold, the kingdom of God is within you.

The local students that just completed my new class on “the Leader of One” know where I am headed with this. To change the world, I first must be changed. The Kingdom needs to be established and expanded within me and my life. Until I do that, nothing in the world around me will ever really change!

Each one of us needs to start crying out for God to change us. We need Him to change us in whatever way He desires to fulfill His will and destiny around us. This cry is not for our benefit, but for the hurting, dying world around us. If we cannot cry out for Him to change us, then how can we ever expect Him to change the world! It is time to pick back up the Cross and follow Him!

Matthew 17:19-21 (KJV)
19 Then came the disciples to Jesus apart, and said, Why could not we cast him out? 20 And Jesus said unto them, Because of your unbelief: for verily I say unto you, If ye have faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye shall say unto this mountain, Remove hence to yonder place; and it shall remove; and nothing shall be impossible unto you. 21 Howbeit this kind goeth not out but by prayer and fasting.

In the Laodicean environment of today, the change will not be easy. It will be like that demon that the disciples of Jesus could not cast out. It will not go quietly into the night. From what we can learn from Matthew 17, our faith will require more than just speaking to the mountain. Speaking will work for many things, but there is a time that MORE is required of us. That time is now. It will require a crucified lifestyle of fasting and prayer!

Prayer AND fasting is a lost art in the Body of Christ. In fact, fasting is an unpopular subject. We would rather write out a check than go on an extended fast. (It’s OK to say “ouch” here.) I believe with all my heart that throwing money at it is a very Laodicean thing to do. Why? Because Laodicea is all about thinking we are rich, well dressed and whole. So if there is a problem, throw more money at it. Money will not solve this situation! Here is where the Body of Christ is in America today:

Revelation 3:17-20 (KJV)
17 Because thou sayest, I am rich, and increased with goods, and have need of nothing; and knowest not that thou art wretched, and miserable, and poor, and blind, and naked: 18 I counsel thee to buy of me gold tried in the fire, that thou mayest be rich; and white raiment, that thou mayest be clothed, and that the shame of thy nakedness do not appear; and anoint thine eyes with eyesalve, that thou mayest see. 19 As many as I love, I rebuke and chasten: be zealous therefore, and repent. 20 Behold, I stand at the door, and knock: if any man hear my voice, and open the door, I will come in to him, and will sup with him, and he with me.

We have trusted in our wealth and affluence rather than in the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. We have so much physically that we do not realise that we have so little spiritually! The good news is that Jesus is counseling us today to change our priorities. We must become Kingdom of God oriented, not personal Kingdom centered.

The last part of these verses is used so many times to call the lost into the Kingdom. Originally it was not given for that. This call was given to the Church. I have also heard ministers use these verses to show what bad shape the Church is really in – Jesus is on the outside knocking to get back in. Although there is much truth in that statement, I do not believe that is what is being conveyed here. The reason we do not get the full picture is because we are so far removed from our Hebraic (Jewish) roots.

In Scripture there are four different types of covenant in the Word of God. I do not have time to get into all of them, but I will introduce them to you.

  • Blood Covenant: A Covenant of Servanthood.
  • Salt Covenant: A Covenant of Friendship.
  • Sandal Covenant: A Covenant of Inheritance.
  • Marriage Covenant: The greatest and most intimate covenant.

Starting with Abraham and culminating in Jesus, we have the blood covenant. We are brought into covenant with Almighty God and are His servants in the earth.

Jesus then brings a select few to the next level when He said:

John 15:14-15 (KJV)
14 Ye are my friends, if ye do whatsoever I command you. 15 Henceforth I call you not servants; for the servant knoweth not what his lord doeth: but I have called you friends; for all things that I have heard of my Father I have made known unto you.

Because they paid the price to do WHATSOEVER Jesus commanded, they are brought to the friendship level. May I submit that few are willing to do that today in America.

Then His riches (inheritance) are released upon His FAITHFUL friends. (Jesus released the shoe covenant at the Last Supper when He removed their sandals and washed their feet.)

Finally, the ultimate level is the marriage covenant. In our Hebraic heritage, a marriage covenant is started in this fashion:

The fathers of both families have been talking and feel that the marriage is in order. On the appointed day the father and the “would-be” bridegroom go to the girl’s home and knock on the door. The girl and her father are on the other side of the door and hear the knocking. If the girl opens the door, then she is saying that she wants to take the relationship with this young man to the next level. She wants to become his bride. Once the young man and his father enter the home, both families sit down at the table and begin hashing out the marriage covenant. Most of it deals on two levels: (1) what the bridegroom has prepared (or will prepare) for the bride and (2) all the changing the bride must do to bring herself in line with what the bridegroom feels his destiny in the earth is. Once the agreement has been reached, the bridegroom goes off to prepare a place for the bride (sound familiar). But it does not stop there. Now the bride must change her life and learn whatever she needs to learn to align herself with the bridegroom. To become the wife, she must prepare herself with whatever mental, spiritual and physical skills she will need to stand by his side and be a real helpmeet for him.

We have been so worried about Jesus preparing a place for us and have spent our days daydreaming about what it will be like that we have not prepared ourselves to become His wife! We need to be willing to change whatever we need to change, learn and develop whatever we need in order to stand with him. Have we taken up that responsibility? Have we truly entered into becoming the Bride of Christ and started preparing to become a wife worthy of Him?

This is the call that Jesus is giving to the Laodicean Church. He loves us and He is rebuking our lack on true preparation. Now He is telling us to be zealous and repent (do an about face and start the true preparation).

This is only going to happen through true repentance, prayer and fasting – enough of the “just” speaking about it. It is time to roll up our sleeves and get to work.

On our Biblical Life Deep Waters Podcast, I have posted in session entitled “A Call to a Life of Fasting.” Here is what I need for you to do. Go to http://traffic.libsyn.com/biblicallife/BLDW_-_Episode_5.mp3 and download this message. Take the time get the message deep into your heart. If you do not have the Internet, write our office and we will mail you out a tape free of charge. Next, I am calling every student, graduate and friend of this ministry to begin fasting with us every Thursday. (Even if you are just looking to continue your education and are not a BLCS student, start fasting and God will show you where to go for your preparation!) There is instruction in the message on how to start and what to do. If you are a pastor, preach this message to your congregation and call them to fasting. It is time to rally the troops and put action to our beliefs.

We released this message around the first of July. We have already had a number of students/graduates not only implement it in their own lives, but they have called their churches to do the same. I estimate that we already have around 10,000 people fasting with us every Thursday. I would like to see at least 100,000 by the end of the year and a million sometime in 2007. Together we can see things change in America and the world, but it must start with each one of us and it must start now.

The final question is how long is this fasting going to be. Notice that I called the message “a life of fasting.” Jesus made this statement about fasting:

Mark 2:19-20 (KJV)
19 And Jesus said unto them, Can the children of the bridechamber fast, while the bridegroom is with them? as long as they have the bridegroom with them, they cannot fast. 20 But the days will come, when the bridegroom shall be taken away from them, and then shall they fast in those days.

As long as we are on this earth, we should be fasting as a part of our lifestyle. Therefore I am looking for a commitment that is not for a month, or six months or even a year. I am talking about the rest of our lives here upon the earth.

To some, this request will seem outrageous. That just shows how far we have fallen from where we should be. Fasting at least once a week was the standard for all true believers in previous generations. It’s time to raise the standard and to become what the Word promises one day that we will become:

Revelation 19:7 (KJV)
7 Let us be glad and rejoice, and give honour to him: for the marriage of the Lamb is come, and his wife hath made herself ready.

Let me repeat that: his WIFE hath made HERSELF ready.

Will you join me? Either we are ministers of the Gospel or we are hirelings. Which one is it going to be?


Dr. Michael K. Lake is the Chancellor and Founder of Biblical Life College and Seminary, Host of Biblical Life TV and the Biblical Life Deep Waters Podcast.  He is known internationally for his “where the rubber meets the road” approach to the Word of God that has empowered believers to walk in a new level of Kingdom reality and authority in their lives.

Biblical Life Deep Waters Podcast – Episode 6: Kingdom Productivity 3

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Biblical Life Deep Waters Podcast – Episode 6:  Kingdom Productivity 3

We need to realize all that we lost when Adam fell in the Garden and how Jesus came to demand it back because He loves us so much.  In fact, love is the very reason God created the Heavens and the Earth – to build a house for His family.  In this episode, we discover what we lost and how to get it back through the completed work of Messiah!  Become a Mountain Mover or a Mountain Taker in 2014!

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