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Teachings on the Christian faith, especially with regards to the kingdom of God, the restoration of the Church, and leadership development. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dr-vincent-g-valentyn/support

Dr. Vincent Valentyn talks about life, the church, the kingdom of God, and leadership‪.‬ Dr Vincent G Valentyn

    • Religion & Spirituality

Teachings on the Christian faith, especially with regards to the kingdom of God, the restoration of the Church, and leadership development. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dr-vincent-g-valentyn/support

    Heb 6: 1-2 The resurrection of the dead

    Heb 6: 1-2 The resurrection of the dead

    The resurrection of the dead and eternal judgment are bound together by the logic of the scriptures. Eternal judgment always follows the resurrection of the dead. Resurrection always precedes eternal judgment.

    Hebrews 9:27 (ASV) And inasmuch as it is appointed unto men once to die, and after this cometh judgment;

    To properly address these we need to look first at two areas:

    Time and Eternity

    · Eternity is not endless time, although that is the way that we tend to think of it.

    · Eternity is the nature and mode of God's own being

    · It’s the uncreated realm in which God Himself exists.

    WHEN DID GOD CREATE TIME?

    · Time was created by God as part of the creation of the world.

    · Before the fall of Lucifer, everything in creation functioned by the principle of eternity.

    · Today we refer to this dimension as the space-time continuum.

    · Times and seasons are a direct result of the motion of time.

    · While we live our lives by the clock, there comes a point in our life that time shall be no more.

    · At our physical death, we step out of time and into eternity.

    · When our life ends on earth, time stops for us.


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    Heb 6:1-2 The laying on of hands

    Heb 6:1-2 The laying on of hands

    We are still in the process of studying Hebrews 6: 1-2. Thus far we dealt with repentance from dead work, faith towards God, three of the 7 baptisms (water, Holy Spirit and Body)
    Today we continue with the 4th major principle, the “laying on of hands”.
    In some churches, this whole concept is ignored while in others it suffers abuse and excess.

    We need to  understand and apply this “elementary principle” in a biblical manner. We need to know who, when and how to lay hands and understand the grace given us so that we do not refrain from exercising our faith, nor act presumptuously.

    You would have noticed by now that we do not lay hands in a slothful manner in our spiritual family. I hope you will gain an understanding of why we function in this manner.

    · In Scripture, hands are generally symbolic of action and ability Exo.15:17

    · The right hand is particularly significant of power and authority Exo.15:6

    The laying on of hands signifies one of three things:

    1. transmitting blessing or authority,

    2. public acknowledgement of blessing or authority already received by the one receiving the laying on  of hands, or,

    3. publicly commit the one on whom hands are laid to God for some special task or ministry.


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    • 1 hr 10 min
    Heb 6: 1-2 Baptism into the Holy Spirit Part 2

    Heb 6: 1-2 Baptism into the Holy Spirit Part 2

    Apostle Bo Salisbury


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    • 1 hr 51 min
    Heb 6: 1-2 Baptism into the Holy Spirit Part 1

    Heb 6: 1-2 Baptism into the Holy Spirit Part 1

    Apostle Israel Onoriobe


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    • 54 min
    Heb 6:1-2 Baptism into the body of Christ

    Heb 6:1-2 Baptism into the body of Christ

    Teaching by Apostle Israel Onoriobe 


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    • 56 min
    Heb. 6:1-2 The doctrine of baptisms Part 2

    Heb. 6:1-2 The doctrine of baptisms Part 2

    In the previous session I taught on the evangelical perspectives on water baptism, in this session we deal with the apostolic perspectives of water baptism.

    a) Man's basic problem

    (1) Man's basic problem is not primarily his acts of sin, but the fact that by nature he is a sinner

    (2) He is not a sinner because he sins, but rather he sins because he is a sinner. That is his nature(Psa.51:1-6)

    (3) His nature is sinful, that is what he inherited from his parents (Rom.5:12)

    Romans 5:12 (KJV) Wherefore, as by one man sin entered into the world, and death by sin; and so death passed upon all men, for that all have sinned:

    (4) Iniquity is his nature and the natural product or fruit of it (Psa.51:2,5; 32:2; Rom.5:)

    Psalm 51:2 & 5 (KJV) Wash me thoroughly from mine iniquity, and cleanse me from my sin. 5  Behold, I was shapen in iniquity; and in sin did my mother conceive me.


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