Church Bus: Ministry in the church on the move.
City Bus: Transport of groups of ministry for the church or the City of God.
School Bus: Youth ministry; teaching ministry.
Tour Bus: Christian sightseers; out, for the fun; watches not doers.
Daughter: Child of God; ministry that is your child in the Spirit; look at similar character traits in yourself; the child herself; prophesy; complacent; dutiful; beautiful; given to lust; ideal. (Ez 16: 44; Joel 2: 28; Proverbs 31: 29; Gen. 19: 30-38; Judges 11: 36-39; Is. 32: 9-11; Ps. 45: 9-13)
Family: See also Father, Mother, Daughter and Son: Church family; or natural family; assembly or team or group that is in covenant together; harmony and oneness; eternal bond; order or disorder; fellowship; relationships. (Eph. 1: 5; 3: 14-15; 5: 23; Gen. 13: 16; Col. 3: 18-21; Matt. 10: 13; Heb. 9: 15; Col. 1: 12; Rev. 22: 3-5; 1 Cor. 11: 3; Rom. 8: 17)
Robert: Means “bright fame”, derived from the Germanic elements hrod “fame” and beraht “bright”
Now is Monday April 21, 2008 (5:13am)
I have been putting together these happenings to compose an email to send to my companions in this journey. I am going to insert in that email the most revealing writing I have read so far, (LAZARUS AND THE RICH MAN.). I don’t know exactly who wrote it but, that’s just the beauty of it, it comes from the Father Himself! Quote:
Excerpt From Lazarus And The Rich Man: Father Of The Faithful
If YHWH cannot accomplish and fulfill His own will, what hope is there for us? It is a gross lack of faith to believe that YHWH will not accomplish His own will. And whatsoever is not of faith is sin.
The reason Abraham is in this parable, is because Abraham is the “father” of the faithful.
Abraham BELIEVED YHWH.
By unbelief are they [the Jews] broken out, yet you stand in faith” (Rom 11:20). Now listen to Paul’s admonition very carefully:
“Be not haughty, but fear” (Ver. 20). YHWH parts to each the measure of faith (Rom. 12:4). Yet most Christians think faith is the one thing, for sure, that they must contribute on their own to be saved. To believe such a thing is not only unscriptural, but vane as well.
All of the haughty arrogance of Christendom would vanish over night if they would just believe and comprehend this one beautiful and profound verse of Scripture: