Questions and such

Message One

1) Relying on the crucial points in the opening word, prepare a prophecy in which you present a clear and full view of the centrality and universality of Christ.

2) What do you see concerning God’s desire and intention to have a counterpart, and how does what you see affect your understanding of the Bible and your experience and enjoyment of Christ?

3) The message pointed out that our heart must be touched by the centrality and universality of Christ in God’s economy and that Christ becomes the centrality and universality of our being and living through our participation in the divine romance. In years to come, how do you intend to cooperate with the Lord so that He will become, in reality, the centrality and universality of your Christian life and church life?

Message Two

1) Describe, from the book of Hosea, the various factors that lead to the condition of restoration.

2) Lebanon is mentioned 3 times in Hosea 14:5-7. Point out the significance of these 3 mentionings of Lebanon.

3) How does the restoration lead to transformation in life in the book of Hosea?

Message Three

1) What is the implication concerning Christ in Hosea 11:1?

2) What is the implication concerning Christ in Hosea 11:4a?

3) What is the implication concerning Christ in Hosea 11:4b?

Message Four

1) What is the central thought of the book of Joel with its controlling prophecy?

2) What are the four major items unveiled in the Bible, in the Minor Prophets, and in the book of Joel?

3) What are the three matters we need to have a clear view of?

4) How can we take the overcoming way to enlarge the manifestation of Christ?

Message Five

1) What is the divine history within the human history?

2) How do Joel 1:4, Joel 3:11, Daniel 2, Ephesians 5 and 6, and Revelation 19 present a clear view of these two histories?

3) How do we enter into and live in the divine history?

Message Six

1) Why is spiritual warfare necessary, what is the purpose of spiritual warfare, and how might knowing the necessity and purpose of spiritual warfare affect your pursuit of the Lord as you grow in Him and are built up in the Body?

2) Prepare a prophecy in which you present a view of the victory of Christ and explain why we need to realize that spiritual warfare is based on the victory of Christ?

3) What does it mean to say that the mighty ones, the overcomers, are the victory of the overcoming Christ and that, while they are beautiful and lovely, they are also “terrible as an army with banners”?

Message Seven

1) Cite and interpret key passages in the Old Testament (Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Hosea, Amos) to prove that David and Christ are one, and in the New Testament (Matthew, Romans, Revelation) to demonstrate that Christ is the real David and the greater David.

2) Amos 9:11 is God’s promise to raise up the fallen kingdom of David. Explain when and how this prophecy will be fulfilled through Christ.

3) Describe the key of David, which Christ holds.

Message Eight

1) Describe the experience of Christ in Hades based on Jonah 2 and Psalm 16.

2) What is the ministry if Christ as the greater Jonah in resurrection?

3) What is the challenge to the preaching of the gospel as revealed in Jonah?

Message Nine

1) explain the difference of the “goings forth” of Christ, from both the physical, historical angle and the intrinsic, spiritual angle according to the Word.

2) Identify and expound on the five greatest events in the history of the universe as revealed in chapter 1 of the Gospel of John. Based on these five events, explain the “goings forth” of Christ from the days of eternity me tended in Micah 5:2.

3) Explain the significance of “the Word” as revealed in John chapter 1. How does Christ as the Word function in the five universal, historical events to accomplish His “goings forth”?

Message Ten

1) Prepare a prophecy in which you speak of the significance of the church as the house of Jehovah, the Father’s house, as presented in the speaking based on points C and E under Roman numeral II.

2) Regarding the way that the church as the house of Jehovah, the Father’s house, is built up, what is the relationship between points C and E under Roman numeral III?

3) Explain the relationship, in the economy of God, between the glory of God and the house of God as revealed in Haggai and throughout the New Testament.

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  1. Helen Mataki

     /  July 4, 2012

    Thank you again

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