Names of God – G part 1

ad: Troop – Gn 30:11 ΑΩ Garment Of Praise – Is 61:3 ΑΩ Guarantee Of A Better Covenant – Hb 7:22 ΑΩ Gardner –  Jn 15:1 ΑΩ Gate –  Mt 7:14 ΑΩ Gate For The sheep – Jn 10:7 ΑΩ Gatekeeper – 2 Ch 9:21 ΑΩ Gatekeeper At The Entrance To The Tent Of Meeting – 2 Ch 9:21 ΑΩ Gate Of Asher – Ek 48:33 ΑΩ Gate Of Benjamin – Ek 48:32 ΑΩ Gate Of Dan – Ek 48:32 ΑΩ Gate Of Gad – Ek 48:34 ΑΩ Gate Of Joseph – Ek 48:32 ΑΩ Gate Of Joshua – 2 Kg 23:8 ΑΩ Gate Of Judah – Ek 48:31 ΑΩ Gate Of Issachar – Ek 48:33 ΑΩ Gate Of Levi – Ek 48:31 ΑΩ Gate Of Naphtali – Ek 48:34 ΑΩ Gate Of Reuben – Ek 48:31 ΑΩ Gate Of Simeon – Ek 48:33  ΑΩ Gate Of Zebulon – Ek 48:33 ΑΩ Gate Of The Lord’s House – Jr 7:1 ΑΩ Gate Of The LORD Through Which The Righteous May Enter – Ps 118:20 ΑΩ Gates Of Righteousness – Ps 118:19 ΑΩ Gates Of Zion –  Ps 87:1 ΑΩ Gentleness –  Ga 5:22 ΑΩ Gentleness Of Christ – 2 Cr 10:1 ΑΩ Gentle Spirit – 1 Cr 4:27 ΑΩ Gershom (I Have Become An Alien In A Foreign Land) – Ex 18:4 ΑΩ Gift – Ro 5:15 ΑΩ Gift Followed Many Trespasses And Brought Justification – Ro 5:16 ΑΩ Gift My Father Promised – At 1:4 ΑΩ Gift My Father Promised Which You Have Heard Me Speak About – At 1:4 ΑΩ Gift Of God – Jn 4:10, Ro 6:23 ΑΩ Gift Of God Is Eternal Life – Ro 6:23 ΑΩ Gift Of God Is Eternal Life In Christ Jesus – Ro 6:23 ΑΩ Gift Of God Is Eternal Life In Christ Jesus Our LORD – Ro 6:23 ΑΩ Gift Of Life – 1 Pt 3:7 ΑΩ Gift Of God’s Grace – Ep 3:7 ΑΩ Gift Of God Which Is In You – 2 Tm 1:6 ΑΩ Gift Of Righteousness – Ro 5:17 ΑΩ Gift Of The Holy Spirit – At 10:45 ΑΩ Gift That Came By The Grace Of The One Man Jesus Christ – Ro 5:15 ΑΩ Give Glory To The LORD Your God – Jr 13:16 ΑΩ Give Thanks To The LORD For He Is Good His Love Endures Forever – Ps 118:1 ΑΩ Glorious And Majestic Are His Deeds And His Righteousness Endures Forever – Ps 111:3 ΑΩ Glorious Appearing Of Our Great God – Tt 2:13– 14 ΑΩ Glorious Appearing Of Our Great God And Savior Jesus Christ – Tt 2:13 ΑΩ Glorious Appearing Of Our Great God And Savior Jesus Christ Who Gave Himself For Us  – Tt 2:13– 14 ΑΩ Glorious Appearing Of Our Great God And Savior Jesus Christ To Redeem Us From All Wickedness – Tt 2:13– 14 ΑΩ Glorious Appearing Of Our Great God And Savior Jesus Christ Who Are His Very Own Eager To Do What Is Good – Tt 2:13– 14 ΑΩ Glorious Appearing Of Our Great God And Savior Jesus Christ Who Gave Himself For Us To Redeem Us From All Wickedness And To Purify For Himself A People That Are His Very Own Eager To Do What Is Good – Tt 2:13–14 ΑΩ Glorious Appearing Of Our Great Savior Jesus Christ  – Tt 2:13–14 ΑΩ Glorious Appearing Of Our Savior Jesus Christ  – Tt 2:13–14 ΑΩ Glorious Appearing Of Our Savior Jesus Christ Eager To Do What Is Good – Tt 2:13–14 ΑΩ Glorious Appearing Of Our Savior Jesus Christ To Purify For Himself A People That Are His Very Own – Tt 2:13–14 ΑΩ Glorious Appearing Of Our Savior Jesus Christ To Redeem Us From All Wickedness– Tt 2:13– 14 ΑΩ Glorious Appearing Of Our Savior Jesus Christ Who Gave Himself For Us  – Tt 2:13– 14 ΑΩ Glorious Crown –  Is 28:15 ΑΩ Glorious Father – Ep 1:17 ΑΩ Glorious Gospel – 1 Tm 1:11 ΑΩ Glorious Gospel Of The Blessed God – 1 Tm 1:11 ΑΩ Glorious Gospel Of The Blessed God Which He Entrusted To Me – 1 Tm 1:11 ΑΩ Glorious Gospel Which He Entrusted To Me – 1 Tm 1:11 ΑΩ Glorious Lord – Ps 3:3 ΑΩ Glorious Lord Jesus Christ – Jm 2:1 ΑΩ Glorious NAME – Nh 9:5, Ps 3:3 ΑΩ Glorious Ones – Ps 16:3 ΑΩ Glorious Ones In Whom Is All My Delight – Ps 16:3 ΑΩ Glorious Presence – Is 3:8 ΑΩ Glorious Splendor Of Your Majesty – Ps 145:5 ΑΩ Glorious Sword – Dt 33:29 ΑΩ Glorious Temple – Ps 60:7 ΑΩ Glorious Throne – Jr 17:12 ΑΩ Glorious Throne Exalted – Jr 17:12  ΑΩ Glorious Throne Exalted From The Beginning – Jr 17:12 ΑΩ Glorious Throne Exalted From The Beginning Is The Place Of Our Sanctuary – Jr 17:12  ΑΩ Glorious Throne Is The Place Of Our Sanctuary – Jr 17:12 ΑΩ Glory – Jr 2:11 ΑΩ Glory Belong To Our God – Rv 19:1 ΑΩ Glory In His Holy NAME – Ps 105:3 ΑΩ Glory In The Holy One Of Israel – Is 41:16 ΑΩ Glory Of Becoming A High Priest – Hb 5:5 ΑΩ Glory Of Christ – 1 Cr 4:4 ΑΩ Glory Of Christ Who Is The Image Of God – 1 Cr 4:4 ΑΩ Glory Of God – At 7:55 ΑΩ Glory Of God And Jesus– At 7:55 ΑΩ Glory Of God And Jesus Standing At The Right Hand Of God – At 7:55 ΑΩ Glory Of God In The Face Of Christ – 2 Cr 4:6 ΑΩ Glory Of That Which Lasts – 2 Cr 3:11 ΑΩ Glory Of The Father – Lk 9:26 ΑΩ Glory Of The God Of Israel – Ek 43:2 ΑΩ Glory Of The Immortal God – Ro 1:23 ΑΩ Glory Of The LORD – Ek 43:4 ΑΩ Glory Of The LORD Appearing In The Cloud – Ex 16:10 ΑΩ Glory Of The LORD Entered The Temple – Ek 43:4 ΑΩ Glory Of The LORD Filled His Temple – 1 Kg 8:11 ΑΩ Glory Of The LORD Filled The Temple  –  Ek 43:5 ΑΩ Glory Of The LORD Looked Like A Consuming Fire On Top Of The Mountain – Ex 24:17 ΑΩ Glory Of The LORD Settled On Mount Sinai – Ex 24:16 ΑΩ Glory Of The One And Only  – Jn 1:14 ΑΩ Glory Of The One And Only Who Came From The Father  – Jn 1:14 ΑΩ Glory Of The One And Only Who Came From The Father Full Of Grace – Jn 1:14 ΑΩ Glory Of The One And Only Who Came From The Father Full Of Grace And Truth – Jn 1:14 ΑΩ Glory You Gave Me – Jn 17:24 ΑΩ Glory You Gave Me Because You Loved Me Before The Creation Of The World – Jn 17:24 ΑΩ Glory To The LORD Exalt The NAME Of The LORD The God Of Israel – Is 24:15 ΑΩ Glory To The Righteous One – Is 24:16 ΑΩ God – Gn 1:1 ΑΩ God Above The Heavens – Ps 57:5 ΑΩ God Almighty – Ex 6:3 ΑΩ GOD ALMIGHTY And The Lamb Are Its Temple – Rv 21:22 ΑΩ God Almighty Just And True Are Your Ways – Rv 15:3 ΑΩ God Almighty Just And True Are Your Ways King Of The Ages – Rv 15:3 ΑΩ God Almighty Just Are Your Ways – Rv 15:3 ΑΩ God Almighty Just Are Your Ways King Of The Ages – Rv 15:3 ΑΩ God Almighty Reigns – Rv 19:6 ΑΩ GOD ALMIGHTY THE LORD IS HIS NAME OF RENOWN – Ho 12:5 ΑΩ GOD ALMIGHTY THE WHOLE EARTH IS FULL OF HIS GLORY – Is 6:3 ΑΩ God Almighty True Are Your Ways – Rv 15:3 ΑΩ God Almighty True Are Your Ways King Of The Ages – Rv 15:3 ΑΩ God Almighty Who Is Like You – Ps 89:8 ΑΩ God Almighty Who Is Like You You Are Mighty O’ LORD And Your Faithfulness Surrounds You – Ps 89:8 ΑΩ GOD ALMIGHTY WHO WAS AND WHO IS AND WHO IS TO COME – Rv 4:8 ΑΩ God And Father – Pp 4:20 ΑΩ God And Father of All Who Is Over All And Through All And In All – Ep 4:6 ΑΩ God And Father Himself And Our Lord Jesus – 1 Th 3:11 ΑΩ God And Father Of Our LORD Jesus Christ – Ro 15:6 ΑΩ God And Father Of Our LORD Jesus Christ The Father Of Compassion And The God Of All Comfort Who Comforts Us In All Our Troubles – 2 Cr 1:3– 4 ΑΩ God And Father Of Our Lord Jesus Christ Who Has Blessed Us In The Heavenly Realms With Every Spiritual Blessing In Christ – Ep 1:3 ΑΩ God And Lord – Ps 35:23 ΑΩ God And My Deliverer – Ps 144:2 ΑΩ God And My Fortress – Ps 144:2 ΑΩ God And My Fortress My Stronghold And My Deliverer My Shield In Whom I Take Refuge Who Subdues People Under Me – Ps 144:2 ΑΩ God And My Shield – Ps 144:2 ΑΩ God And My stronghold – Ps 144:2 ΑΩ Glory And Of God – 1 Pt 4:14 ΑΩ God And Savior – Is 45:15 ΑΩ God And Savior Jesus Christ – Tt 2:13 ΑΩ God And Savior Of Israel – Is 45:15 ΑΩ God And That There Is No Other –  Jl 2:27 ΑΩ God And There Is None Like Me –  46:8 ΑΩ God And There Is No Other –  Is 46:8 ΑΩ God Before Whom My Father’s Abraham And Isaac walked – Gn 48:15  ΑΩ God Before Whom My Father’s Abraham And Isaac walked The God Who Has Been My Shepherd All My Life To This Day The Angel Who Has Delivered Me From All Harm – Gn 48:15– 16 ΑΩ God Be Gracious To Us – Ps 67:1 ΑΩ God Be Gracious To Us And Bless Us – Ps 67:1 ΑΩ God Be Gracious To Us And Bless Us And Make His Face Shine upon Us That Your Ways May Be Known On Earth Your Salvation Among All Nations – Ps 67:1– 2 ΑΩ God Be Gracious To Us And Make His Face Shine upon Us – Ps 67:1– 2 ΑΩ God Be Gracious To Us And That Your Ways May Be Known On Earth Your Salvation Among All Nations – Ps 67:1– 2 ΑΩ God Be Merciful To Me And Hear My Prayer – Ps 4:1 ΑΩ God Besides You Who Acts On Behalf Of Those Who Wait For Him – Is 64:4 ΑΩ God Bless Us  – Ps 67:1 ΑΩ God Called To Him From Within The Bush – Ex 3:4 ΑΩ God Can Raise Up Children For Abraham – Lk 3:8 ΑΩ God Cannot Be Mocked – Ga 6:7 ΑΩ God Chose You To Be Saved – 2 Th 2:13– 14 ΑΩ God Chose You To Be Saved Through Belief In The Truth – 2 Th 2:13– 14 ΑΩ God Chose You To Be Saved Through The Sanctifying Work Of The Spirit  – 2 Th 2:13– 14 ΑΩ God Chose You To Be Saved Through Truth He Called You – 2 Th 2:13– 14 ΑΩ God Chose You To Be Saved Through Our Gospel – 2 Th 2:13– 14 ΑΩ God Chose You To Be Saved Through Our Gospel That You Might Share In The Glory Of Our LORD Jesus Christ – 2 Th 2:13– 14 ΑΩ God Demonstrates His Own Love For Us In This While We Were  Still Sinners Christ Died For Us – Ro 5:8 ΑΩ God Detests Anyone Who Does These Things Anyone Who Deals Dishonestly – Dt 25:16 ΑΩ God Did Not Give Us A Spirit Of Timidity But A Spirit Of Power Of Love And Of Self– Discipline – 2 Tm 1:7 ΑΩ God Did Not Send The His Son Into The World To Condemn It But To Save The World Through Him – Jn 3:17 ΑΩ God Do Not Forget The Helpless – Ps 10:12 ΑΩ God Does Not Judge  By External Appearance – Ga 2:6 ΑΩ God Does Not Show Favoritism But Accepts From Every Nation The One Who Fears Him And Does What Is Right – At 10:34– 35 ΑΩ God Faraway – Jr 23:37 ΑΩ God Fights For You – Js 23:10 ΑΩ God Fights For You, Just As He Promised – Js 23:10 ΑΩ God For Whom And Through Whom Everything Exists – Hb 2:10 ΑΩ God Give Me Relief From My Distress  – Ps 4:1 ΑΩ God Goes With You He Will Never Leave You Nor Forsake You – Dt 31:6 ΑΩ God Has Accepted Him – Ro 14:3 ΑΩ God Has Arranged The Parts In The Body Every One Of Them Just As He Wanted Of Them To Be – 1 Cr 12:18 ΑΩ God Has Been Gracious – Gn 33:11 ΑΩ God Has Been Gracious To Me – Gn 33:11 ΑΩ God Has Been Gracious I Have All I Need – Gn 33:11 ΑΩ God Has Been Gracious To Me And I Have All I Need – Gn 33:11 ΑΩ God Has Been My Strength – Is 49:5 ΑΩ God Has Bound All Men Over To Disobedience So That He Might Have Mercy On Them All – Ro 11:32 ΑΩ God Has Broken Out Against My Enemies By My Hand – 2 Ch 14:11 ΑΩ God Has Called Us To Live In Peace – 1 C 7:15 ΑΩ God Has Combined The Members Of The Body And Has Given Greater Honor To The Parts That Lacked It So That There Should Be No Division In The Body But That That Its Parts Should Have Equal Concern For Each Other – 1 Cr 12:25 ΑΩ God Has Come To Help His People – Lk 7:16 ΑΩ God Has Delivered Your Enemy Into Your Hands – 1 Sa 26:8 ΑΩ God Has Made Me A Byword To Everyone A Man In Whose Face People Spit – Jb 17:6 ΑΩ God Has Made Me LORD – Gn 45:9 ΑΩ God Has Poured Out His Love Into Our Hearts By The Holy Spirit Whom He Has Given Us – Ro 5:5 ΑΩ God Has Raised This Jesus To Life And We Are All Witnesses Of The Fact Exalted To The Right Hand Of God He Has Received From The Father The Promised Holy Spirit And Has Poured Out What You Now See And Hear – At 2:32– 33 ΑΩ God Has Revealed It To Us By His Spirit – 1 Cr 2:10 ΑΩ God Has Shown The King What Will Take Place In The Future – Dn 2:45 ΑΩ God Has Spoken From His Sanctuary – Ps 108:7 ΑΩ God Has Uncovered Your Servants Guilt – Gn 44:16 ΑΩ God Has Vindicated Me –  Gn 30:6  ΑΩ God Hear My Prayer – Ps 4:1 ΑΩ God He Is My Mighty Rock –  Ps 62:6– 7  ΑΩ God He Is My Mighty Rock My Refuge –  Ps 62:6– 7 ΑΩ  God He Is My Refuge –  Ps 62:6– 7 ΑΩ  God Himself Is Judge –  Ps 50:6 ΑΩ God Himself The God Of Peace – 1 Th 5:23 ΑΩ God Himself Who Put Everything Under Christ – 1 Cr 15:27 ΑΩ God His Savior –  Ps 24:5 ΑΩ God His Way Is Perfect – 2 Sa 22:31 ΑΩ God His Way Is Perfect, The Word Of The LORD Is Flawless He Is A Shield For All Who Take Refuge In Him – Ps 18:30 ΑΩ God How Awesome Are Your Deeds – Ps 66:3-4 ΑΩ God How Awesome Are Your Deeds So Great Is Your Power That Your Enemies Cringe Before You – Ps 66:3-4 ΑΩ God How Awesome Are Your Deeds So Great Is Your Power That Your Enemies Cringe Before You All The Earth Bows Down to You They Sing Praise To You  – Ps 66:3-4 ΑΩ God How Awesome Are Your Deeds So Great Is Your Power That Your Enemies Cringe Before You All The Earth Bows Down to You They Sing Praise To You They Sing Praise To Your NAME – Ps 66:3-4 ΑΩ God I Called To You And You Healed Me – Ps 30:2 ΑΩ God I Called To You For Help – Ps 30:2 ΑΩ God I Called To You For Help And You Healed Me – Ps 30:2 ΑΩ God In Christ – Ro 6:11 ΑΩ God In Christ Jesus – Ro 6:11 ΑΩ God In Heaven – Jr 3:41 ΑΩ God In Heaven Above –  Dt 4:39 ΑΩ God In Heaven Above And On The Earth Below –  Dt 4:39 ΑΩ God In His Grace Gave It To Abraham Through A Promise – Ga 3:18 ΑΩ God In His Wisdom – Lk 11:49 ΑΩ God In Jerusalem – Er 7:16 ΑΩ God In Whom I Take Refuge – Ps 144:2 ΑΩ God In Whom I Take Refuge Who Subdues People Under Me – Ps 144:2 ΑΩ God In Whom I Trust –  Ps 91:2 ΑΩ God In Zion – Ps 65:1 ΑΩ God Is Able To Graft Them In Again – Ro 11:23 ΑΩ God Is Able To Make All Grace Abound To You So That In All Things At All Times Having All That You Need You will Abound In Every Good Work – 2 Cr 9:8 ΑΩ God Is A Consuming Fire –  Hb 12:9 ΑΩ God Is A God Who Expresses His Wrath Every Day – Ps 7:11 ΑΩ God Is A God Who Saves – Ps 68:20 ΑΩ God Is A God Who Saves From the Sovereign LORD Comes Escape From Death –  Ps 68:20 ΑΩ  God Is A Revealer Of Mysteries – Dn 2:47  ΑΩ God Is A Righteous Judge – Ps 7:11 ΑΩ God Is A Righteous Judge, A God Who Expresses His Wrath Every Day – Ps 7:11 ΑΩ God Is A Spirit –  Jn 4:23 ΑΩ God Is A Witness  Gn 31:51 ΑΩ God Is A Witness Between Me And You – Gn 31:51 ΑΩ God Is Eternal Life – Ro 6:23 ΑΩ God Is Eternal Life In Christ Jesus – Ro 6:23 ΑΩ God Is Eternal Life In Christ Jesus Our LORD – Ro 6:23 ΑΩ God Is Exalted In His Power Who Is A Teacher Like Him – Jb 36:22 ΑΩ God Is For Me –  Ps 56:9 ΑΩ God Is Good – Ps 73:1 ΑΩ God Is Good To Israel – Ps 73:1 ΑΩ God Is Good To Israel To Those Who Are Pure In Heart – Ps 73:1 ΑΩ God Is Full Of Compassion – Ps 116:5 ΑΩ God Is In Heaven – Ec 5:2 ΑΩ God Is Just –  2 Th 1:6 ΑΩ God Is Just He Will Give Relief To You Who Are Troubled – 2 Th 1:6– 7 ΑΩ God Is Just He Will Give Relief To Us As Well – 2 Th 1:6– 7 ΑΩ God Is Just He Will Pay Back Trouble To those Who Trouble You And Give Relief To You Who Are Troubled And To Us As Well – 2 Th 1:6– 7 ΑΩ God Is Light – 1 Jn 1:5 ΑΩ God Is Light In Him Is No Darkness At All –  1 Jn 4:5 ΑΩ God Is Love –  1 Jn 4:4 ΑΩ God Is Mighty –  Jb 36:5 ΑΩ God Is Mighty In Power –  Ps 147:5 ΑΩ God Is My Help –  Ps 54:4 ΑΩ God Is My Help The LORD Is The One Who Sustains Me –  Ps 54:4 ΑΩ God Is My Portion – Ps 73:26 ΑΩ God Is My Portion Forever – Ps 73:26 ΑΩ God Is My Rock – Ps 27:1 ΑΩ God Is My Rock In Whom I take Refuge –  Ps 27:1 ΑΩ God Is My Rock In Whom I take Refuge He Is My Shield And The Horn Of My Salvation My Stronghold – Ps 18:2 ΑΩ God Is My Salvation –  Is 12:2 ΑΩ God Is My Shield – Ps 18:2 ΑΩ God Is My Shield And The Horn Of My Salvation My Stronghold – Ps 18:2 ΑΩ God Is My Shield And The Horn Of My Salvation – Ps 18:2 ΑΩ God Is My Shield And The Horn Of My Salvation My Stronghold – Ps 18:2 ΑΩ God Is My Stronghold – Ps 18:2 ΑΩ God I Take Refuge In You – Ps 7:1 ΑΩ God Is Near – Lk 10:11 ΑΩ God Is Near You – Lk 10:9 ΑΩ God Is Not A God Of Disorder But Of Peace – 1 Cr 14:33 ΑΩ God Is Not Unjust – Hb 6:10 ΑΩ God Is Not Unjust He Will Forget Your Work – Hb 6:10 ΑΩ God Is Not Unjust He Will Forget Your Work And The Love You Have Shown Him – Hb 6:10 ΑΩ God Is Not Unjust He Will Forget Your Work And The Love You Have Shown Him As You Have Helped His People And Continue To Help Them – Hb 6:10 ΑΩ God Is One –  Ga 3:20 ΑΩ God Is One And There Is No Other But Him – Mk 12:32 ΑΩ God Is Our Ever Present Help – Ps 46:1 ΑΩ God Is Our Ever Present Help In Trouble – Ps 46:1 ΑΩ God Is Our God – Ps 48:4 ΑΩ God Is Our God For Ever  – Ps 48:14 ΑΩ God Is Our God For Ever And Ever – Ps 48:14 ΑΩ God Is Our God For He Will Be Our Guide – Ps 48:14 ΑΩ God Is Our God For He Will Be Our Guide Even To The End – Ps 48:14 ΑΩ God Is Our Lord – Ps 147:5 ΑΩ God Is Our Lord And Mighty In Power – Ps 147:5 ΑΩ God Is Our Refuge – Ps 46:1 ΑΩ God Is Our Refuge  In Trouble – Ps 46:1 ΑΩ God Is Our Refuge And Strength – Ps 46:1 ΑΩ God Is Our Refuge And Strength An Ever Present Help – Ps 46:1 ΑΩ God Is Our Refuge And Strength An Ever Present Help In Trouble – Ps 46:1 ΑΩ God Is Our Strength – Ps 46:1 ΑΩ God Is Our Strength In Trouble – Ps 46:1 ΑΩ God Is Our Witness – 1 Th 2:5 ΑΩ God Is Present In The Company Of The Righteous – Ps 14:5 ΑΩ God Is Really Among You – 1 Cr 14:25 ΑΩ God Is Seated On His Holy Throne – Ps 47:8 ΑΩ God Is Sovereign – Dn 5:21 ΑΩ God Is Sovereign Over The Kingdoms Of Men – Dn 5:21 ΑΩ God Is Sovereign Over The Kingdoms Of Men And Sets Over Them Anyone He Wishes – Dn 5:21 ΑΩ God Is Spirit – Jn 4:24 ΑΩ God Is The Builder Of Everything –  Hb 3:4 ΑΩ God Is The God Of Gods – Dn 2:47 ΑΩ God Is The God Of Gods And The LORD Of Kings And A Revealer Of Mysteries – Dn 2:47 ΑΩ God Is The King – Ps 47:7 ΑΩ God Is The King Of All The Earth – Ps 47:7 ΑΩ God Is The Lord – Ps 144:15  ΑΩ God Is The LORD Of Kings And A Revealer Of Mysteries – Dn 2:47  ΑΩ God Is The LORD Is The One Who Sustains Me –  Ps 54:4 ΑΩ God Is The One Who Sustains Me –  Ps 54:4 ΑΩ God Is The Revealer Of Mysteries – Dn 2:47 ΑΩ God Is The Strength Of My Heart –  Ps 73:26 ΑΩ God Is The Strength Of My Heart And My Portion Forever –  Ps 73:26 ΑΩ God Is Truthful –  Jn 3:33 ΑΩ God Is With Us –  Ps 8:10 ΑΩ God Is With Us He is Our Leader –  2 Ch 13:12 ΑΩ God Is With You – 1 Sa 10:7 ΑΩ God Is Your Refuge – Dt 33:27 ΑΩ God Is Your Refuge And Underneath Are The Everlasting Arms – Dt 33:27 ΑΩ God I Take Refuge In You – Ps 7:1 ΑΩ God Lives In You – Ro 8:9 ΑΩ God Loves A Cheerful Giver – 2 Cr 9:7 ΑΩ God Made Him Who Had No Sin To Be Sin For Us So That In Him We Might Become The Righteousness Of God – 2 Cr 5:21 ΑΩ God Made The Earth –  Jr 10:12  ΑΩ God Made The Earth And Stretched Out The Heavens By His Understanding –  Jr 10:12 ΑΩ God Made The Earth By His Power –  Jr 10:12  ΑΩ God Made The Earth By His Power He Founded The World By His Wisdom –  Jr 10:12  ΑΩ God Made The Earth By His Power He Founded The World By His Wisdom And Stretched Out The Heavens By His Understanding –  Jr 10:12 ΑΩ God Made The World By His Wisdom –  Jr 10:12 ΑΩ God Make His Face Shine upon Us – Ps 67:1 ΑΩ God Make His Face Shine upon Us That Your Ways May Be known On Earth Your Salvation Among All Nations – Ps 67:1– 2 ΑΩ God Makes Salvation –  Is 26:1 ΑΩ God Most High –  Gn 14:19 ΑΩ God Most High Who Delivered Your Enemies Into Your Hand –  Gn 14:19 ΑΩ God Most High Creator Of Heaven And Earth –  Gn 14:19 ΑΩ God Most High To God Who Fulfills His Purpose For Me – Ps 57:2 ΑΩ God Most High Was Their Redeemer –  Ps 78:35 ΑΩ God Most High Who Saves the Upright In Heart – Ps 7:10 ΑΩ God My Delight –  Ps 43:4 ΑΩ God My Deliverer – Ps 144:2 ΑΩ God My Deliverer In Whom I Take Refuge Who Subdues People Under Me – Ps 144:2 ΑΩ God My Fortress – Ps 144:2 ΑΩ God My Fortress My Stronghold And My Deliverer My Shield In Whom I Take Refuge Who Subdues People Under Me – Ps 144:2 ΑΩ God My God –  Ps 43:4 ΑΩ God My Hope –  Ps 25:5 ΑΩ God My Hope Is In You –  Ps 25:5 ΑΩ God My Hope Is In You All Day Long – Ps 25:5 ΑΩ God My Joy –  Ps 43:4 ΑΩ God My Joy And My Delight –  Ps 43:4 ΑΩ God My King – Ps 74:12 ΑΩ God My Maker –  Jb 35:10 ΑΩ God My Rock –  Ps 42:14 ΑΩ God My Savior –  Ps 18:46; 25:5 ΑΩ God My Savior And My Hope –  Ps 25:5 ΑΩ God My Savior And My Hope Is In You –  Ps 25:5 ΑΩ God My Shield – Ps 144:2 ΑΩ God My Shield In Whom I Take Refuge Who Subdues People Under Me – Ps 144:2 ΑΩ God My Stronghold –  Ps 43:2 ΑΩ God My Stronghold In Whom I Take Refuge Who Subdues People Under Me – Ps 144:2 ΑΩ God Nearby – Jr 23:37 ΑΩ God Of Abednego – Dn 3:28 ΑΩ God Of Abraham –  Ps 47:9 ΑΩ God Of Abraham Isaac And Jacob –  At 3:13 ΑΩ God Of Abraham Isaac And Jacob The God Of Our Fathers –  At 3:13 ΑΩ God Of Abraham He Is Not The God Of The Dead  But Of The Living – Mk 12:26– 27 ΑΩ God Of Abraham The God Of Nahor The God Of Their Fathers –  Gn 31:53 ΑΩ God Of Abraham The God Of Isaac And The God Of Jacob – Mk 12:26– 27 ΑΩ God Of Abraham The God Of Isaac And The God Of Jacob He Is Not The God Of The Dead But Of The Living – Mk 12:26– 27 ΑΩ God Of All Comfort – 2 Cr 1:2  ΑΩ God Of All Comfort Who Comforts Us – 2 Cr 1:3– 4 ΑΩ God Of All Comfort Who Comforts Us In All Our Troubles – 2 Cr 1:3– 4 ΑΩ God Of All Comfort Who Comforts Us In All Our Troubles So That We Can Comfort Those In Any Trouble With The Comfort We Ourselves Have Received From God – 2 Cr 1:3– 4 ΑΩ God Of All Compassion – 2 Cr 1:3 ΑΩ God Of All Grace – 1 Pt 5:10 ΑΩ God Of All Grace, Who Called You To His Eternal Glory – 1 Pt 5:10 ΑΩ God Of All Mankind – Jr 32:27 ΑΩ God Of All The Clans Of Israel – Jr 31:1 ΑΩ God Of All The Clans Of Israel And They Will Be My People – Jr 31:1 ΑΩ God Of All the Earth – Is 54:15 ΑΩ God Of Bethel – Gn 31:13 ΑΩ God Of Daniel – Dn 6:26 ΑΩ God Of David – 2 Kg 20:5 ΑΩ God Of David Your Father – 2 Kg 20:5 ΑΩ God Of Elijah – 2 Kg 2:14 ΑΩ God Of Gentiles – Ro 3:29 ΑΩ God Of Glory – Ps 29:3 ΑΩ God Of Glory Thunders The LORD Thunders Over The Mighty Waters – Ps 29:3 ΑΩ God Of Gods – Ps 136:2 ΑΩ God Of Gods His Love Endures Forever – Ps 136:2 ΑΩ God Of Heaven – Ps 136:26 ΑΩ God Of Heaven And Earth – Er 5:11 ΑΩ God Of Heaven And The God Of The Earth – Gn 24:3 ΑΩ God Of Heaven Has Given Me All The Kingdoms Of The Earth – Er 1:2 ΑΩ God Of Heaven Has Given Me All The Kingdoms Of The Earth And He Has Appointed Me To Build A Temple For Him At Jerusalem In Judah – Er 1:2 ΑΩ God Of Heaven Has Given You Dominion – Dn 2:37 ΑΩ God Of Heaven Has Given You Dominion And Power And Might And Glory – Dn 2:37 ΑΩ God Of Heaven Has Given You Glory – Dn 2:37  ΑΩ God Of Heaven Has Given You Might – Dn 2:37  ΑΩ God Of Heaven Has Given You Power – Dn 2:37 ΑΩ God Of Heaven His Love Endures Forever – Ps 136:26 ΑΩ God Of Heaven The Great And Awesome God – Nh 1:5-6 ΑΩ God Of Heaven The Great And Awesome God Who Keeps His Covenant Of Love With Those Who Love Him And Obey His Commands – Nh 1:5-6 ΑΩ God Of Heaven The Great And Awesome God Who Keeps His Covenant Of Love With Those Who Love Him And Obey His Commands Let Your Ear Be Attentive And Your Eyes Open To Hear The Prayer Your Servant Is Praying Before You Day And Night – Nh 1:5-6 ΑΩ God Of Heaven Who Brought Me Out Of My Father’s Household – Gn 24:7 ΑΩ God Of Heaven Who Brought Me Out Of My Father’s Household And My Native Land And Who Spoke To Me And Promised Me On Oath Saying,  “To Your Offspring I Will Give This Land” –  Gn 24:7 ΑΩ God Of Heaven Who Made The Sea And The Land – Jh 1:9 ΑΩ God Of Heaven Will Give Us Success – Nh 2:20 ΑΩ God Of Heaven Will Set Up A Kingdom That Will Never Be Destroyed – Dn 2:44 ΑΩ God Of His Father – 2 Ch 17:2 ΑΩ God Of Hope – Ro 15:13 ΑΩ God Of Hosts – 2 Sa 5:10 ΑΩ God Of Isaac – Gn 28:13 ΑΩ God Of Isaac And The God Of Jacob – Ex 3:6 ΑΩ God Of Isaac He Is Not The God Of The Dead But Of The Living – Mk 12:26– 27 ΑΩ God Of Israel –  Ex 5:1 ΑΩ God Of Israel Coming From The East His Voice Was Like The Roar Of Rushing Waters And The land Was Radiant With His Glory – Ek 43:2 ΑΩ God Of Israel Commands You – Jg 4:6 ΑΩ God Of Israel Enthroned Between The Cherubim  – 2 Kg 19:15 ΑΩ God Of Israel Enthroned Between The Cherubim You Alone Are God Over All The Kingdoms Of The Earth – 2 Kg 19:15  ΑΩ God Of Israel Fought For Israel – Js 10:42 ΑΩ God Of Israel From Everlasting To Everlasting – Ps 41:13 ΑΩ God Of Israel Gives Power and Strength To His People – Ps 68:35 ΑΩ God Of Israel Gives Power To His People – Ps 68:35 ΑΩ God Of Israel Gives Strength To His People – Ps 68:35 ΑΩ God Of Israel Has Spoken – Is 21:17 ΑΩ God Of Israel Lives – 1 Kg 17:1 ΑΩ God Of Israel The God Who Is In Jerusalem – Er 1:3 ΑΩ God Of Israel The Land Was Radiant With His Glory – Ek 43:2 ΑΩ God Of Israel The LORD Almighty Is His NAME – Is 48:2 ΑΩ God Of Israel The Rock Of Israel – 2 Sa 23:3 ΑΩ God Of Israel Under Whose Wings You Have Come To Take Refuge – Rt 2:12 ΑΩ God Of Israel Was Like The Roar Of Rushing Waters – Ek 43:2 ΑΩ God Of Israel Went Up From Above The Cherubim – Ek 9:3 ΑΩ God Of Israel Went Up From Above The Cherubim Where It Had Been  – Ek 9:3 ΑΩ God Of Israel Went Up From Above The Cherubim Where It Had Been And Moved To The Threshold Of The Temple – Ek 9:3 ΑΩ God Of Israel Who Calls You By NAME – Is 45:3 ΑΩ God Of Israel Whose Dwelling Is In Jerusalem – Er 7:15 ΑΩ God Of Israel Who Summons You By NAME – Is 45:3 ΑΩ God Of Israel Who With His Hands Has Fulfilled What He Promised  With His Mouth To My Father David – 2 Ch 6:4 ΑΩ God Of Israel Will Be Your Rear Guard – Is 52:12 ΑΩ God Of Jacob –  Ps 46:1 ΑΩ God Of Jacob He Is Not The God Of The Dead But Of The Living – Mk 12:26– 27 ΑΩ God Of Jacob Is Our Fortress –  Ps 46:1 ΑΩ God Of Jacob Protect You –  Ps 20:1 ΑΩ God Of Jerusalem –  Er 7:19 ΑΩ God Of Jeshurun – Dt 33:26 ΑΩ God Of Jeshurun Who Rides On The Heavens To Help You And On The Clouds In His Majesty – Dt 33:26 ΑΩ God Of Jews – Ro 3:29 ΑΩ God Of Justice – Ml 2:17 ΑΩ God Of Love – 2 Cr 13:11 ΑΩ God Of Love And Peace Will Be With You – 2 Cr 13:11 ΑΩ God Of Love Will Be With You – 2 Cr 13:11 ΑΩ God Of Meshach – Dn 3:28 ΑΩ God Of My Father – Gn 31:6 ΑΩ God Of My Father The God Of Abraham The Fear Of Isaac – Gn 31:42 ΑΩ God Of My Father The God Of Abraham The God of My Father Isaac – Gn 32:9 ΑΩ God Of My Father The God Of Abraham The God Of My Father Isaac O’ LORD Who Said To Me “Go Back To Your Country And Your Relatives And I Will Make You Prosper – Gn 32:9 ΑΩ God Of My Fathers – Dn 2:23 ΑΩ God Of My Life – Ps 42:8 ΑΩ God Of My Lord  – 1 Kg 1:36 ΑΩ God Of My Lord The King – 1 Kg 1:36 ΑΩ God Of My Master Abraham – Gn 24:27 ΑΩ God Of My Master Abraham Who Has not Abandoned His Kindness And Faithfulness To My Master – Gn 24:27 ΑΩ God Of Nahor – Gn 31:53 ΑΩ God Of Nahor The God Of Their Fathers – Gn 31:53 ΑΩ God Of Our Fathers – At 3:13 ΑΩ God Of Our Fathers As A Follower Of The Way – At 24:13 ΑΩ God Of Our Fathers Has Chosen You To Know His Will And To See The Righteous One And To Hear Words From His Mouth – At 22:14 ΑΩ God Of Our Fathers Has Glorified is Servant Jesus – At 3:13 ΑΩ God Of Our Fathers Raised Jesus From The Dead Whom You Killed By Hanging Him On A Tree God Exalted Him To His Own Right Hand As Prince And Savior That He Might Give Repentance And Forgiveness Of Sins To Israel – At 5:30– 31 ΑΩ God Of Our Fathers See It And Judge You – 2 Ch 12:17 ΑΩ God Of Our LORD Jesus Christ – Ep 1:17 ΑΩ God Of Our LORD Jesus Christ The Glorious Father – Ep 1:17 ΑΩ God Of Our LORD Jesus Christ The Glorious Father May Give You The Spirit Of Wisdom And Revelation – Ep 1:17 ΑΩ God Of Peace – Hb 13:20, Pp 4:9 ΑΩ God Of Peace Be With You All – Ro 15:31 ΑΩ God Of Peace Who Through The Blood Of The Eternal Covenant Brought Back From The Dead Our Lord Jesus Christ That Great Shepherd Of The Sheep – Hb 13:20 ΑΩ God Of Shadrach – Dn 3:28 ΑΩ God Of Shadrach Meshach And Abednego – Dn 3:28 ΑΩ God Of Shem – Gn 9:26 ΑΩ God Of The Armies Of Israel –  1 Sa 17:45 ΑΩ God Of The Earth – Gn 24:3 ΑΩ God Of The People Of Israel Chose Our Ancestors He Made The People Prosper During Their Stay In Egypt; With Mighty Power He Led Them Out Of That Country For About Forty Years He Endured Their Conduct In The Wilderness And He Overthrew Seven Nations In Canaan, Giving Their Land To His People As Their Inheritance – At 13:17– 19 ΑΩ God Of The Hebrews – Ex 5:3 ΑΩ God Of The Hebrews Has Sent Me To You – Ex 7:16 ΑΩ God Of Their Fathers – 2 Ch 34:32 ΑΩ God Of Their Fathers The Covenant He Made With Them When He Brought Them Out of Egypt – Dt 29:25 ΑΩ God Of Their Fathers The God Of Abraham And The God Of Isaac And The God Of Jacob –  Ex 4:5 ΑΩ God Of The Living – Mk 12:26– 27 ΑΩ God Of The People Of Israel – At 13:17 ΑΩ God Of The People Of Israel Chose Our Ancestors – At 13:17 ΑΩ God Of The Spirits Of All Mankind – Nb 16:22 ΑΩ God Of The Spirits Of The Prophets – Rv 22:6 ΑΩ God Of Truth – Ps 31:5, Is 65:16 ΑΩ God Of Your Descendants – Gn 17:7 ΑΩ God Of Your Descendants After You – Gn 17:7 ΑΩ God Of Your Father – Gn 31:29 ΑΩ God Of Your Father Abraham –  Gn 26:24 ΑΩ God Of Your Father Abraham And The God Of Isaac – Gn 28:13 ΑΩ God Of Your Father David – Gn 46:3 ΑΩ God Of Your Father Don’t Be Afraid To Go Down To Egypt – Gn 46:3 ΑΩ God Of Your Father Abraham Do Not Be Afraid For I Am With You I Will Bless You And Will Increase The Number Of Your Descendants For The Sake Of My Servant Abraham –  Gn 26:24 ΑΩ God Of Your Father I Will Make You Into A Great Nation – Gn 46:3 ΑΩ God Of Your Father I Will Go Down To Egypt With You – Gn 46:3 ΑΩ God Of Your Father I Will Go Down To Egypt With You And I Will Surely Bring You Back Again – Gn 46:3 ΑΩ God Of Your Father I Will Surely Bring You Back Again – Gn 46:3 ΑΩ God Of Your Fathers – Dt 4:1 ΑΩ God Of Your Father’s –  The God Of Abraham Isaac And Jacob Has Sent Me To You This Is My NAME Forever The NAME By Which I AM To Be Remembered From Generation To Generation –  Ex 3:15 ΑΩ God Of Your Father The God Of Abraham – Ex 3:6 ΑΩ God Of Your Father The God Of Abraham, The God Of Isaac, And The God Of Jacob –  Ex 3:6 ΑΩ God Of Your Father The God Of Isaac –  Ex 3:6 ΑΩ God Of Your Father The God Of Jacob –  Ex 3:6 ΑΩ God Of Your Fathers – Dt 4:1 ΑΩ God On High – Jb 31:28 ΑΩ God Only Wise – Ro 16:27 ΑΩ God On The Earth Below –  Dt 4:39 ΑΩ God Our Father And Our Lord Jesus Christ – Pp 1:2 ΑΩ God Our Father And From The LORD Jesus Christ – Ro 1:7 ΑΩ God Our Father And The LORD Jesus Christ – 1 Cr 1:3 ΑΩ God Our Father Of Our Lord Jesus Christ – 2 Cr 1:3 ΑΩ God Our Father Who Loved Us – 2 Th 2:16 ΑΩ God Our God – Ps 67:6 ΑΩ God Our God Will Bless Us – Ps 67:6– 7 ΑΩ God Our God Will Bless Us And All The Ends Of The Earth Will Fear Him – Ps 67:6– 7 ΑΩ God Our God Will Bless Us God Will Bless Us And All The Ends Of The Earth Will Fear Him – Ps 67:6– 7 ΑΩ God Our Savior – Tt 1:3 ΑΩ God Our Savior Appeared He Saved Us –  2 Tm 3:5 ΑΩ God Our Savior And Of Christ Jesus Our Hope – 1 Tm 1:1 ΑΩ God Our Savior Be Glory Majesty Through Jesus Christ Our LORD Before All Ages Now And Forevermore! AMEN! –  Jude 24– 25 ΑΩ God Our Savior Be Glory Majesty Power Through Jesus Christ Our LORD Before All Ages Now And Forevermore! AMEN! –  Jude 24– 25 ΑΩ God Our Savior Be Glory Majesty Power And Authority Through Jesus Christ Our LORD Before All Ages Now And Forevermore! AMEN! –  Jude 24– 25 ΑΩ God Our Savior Be Glory Now And Forevermore! AMEN! –  Jude 24– 25 ΑΩ God Our Savior Be Glory Majesty Now And Forevermore! AMEN! –  Jude 24– 25 ΑΩ God Our Savior Be Glory Majesty Power Now And Forevermore! AMEN! –  Jude 24– 25 ΑΩ God Our Savior Be Glory Majesty Power And Authority Now And Forevermore! AMEN! –  Jude 24– 25 ΑΩ God Our Savior For The Glory Of Your NAME – Ps 79:9 ΑΩ God Our Savior The Hope Of All The Ends Of The Earth And The Farthest Seas Who Formed The Mountains By Your Power having armed Yourself With Strength Who Stilled The Roaring Of Their Waves And The Turmoil Of Their Nations – Ps 65:5 ΑΩ  God Our Savior Who Daily Bears Our Burdens – Ps 68:19 ΑΩ God Our Savior Who Wants All Men To Be Saved – 1 Tm 1:3– 4 ΑΩ God Our Savior Who Wants All Men To Come To A Knowledge Of The Truth – 1 Tm 1:3– 6 ΑΩ God Our Savior Who Wants All Men To Be Saved And To Come To A Knowledge Of The Truth  – 1 Tm 2:3– 6 ΑΩ God Our Savior Who Wants All Men To Be Saved And To Come To A Knowledge Of The Truth For There Is One Savior – 1 Tm 2:3– 6 ΑΩ God Our Savior Who Wants All Men To Be Saved And To Come To A Knowledge Of The Truth For There Is One Savior And One Mediator  – 1 Tm 2:3– 6 ΑΩ God Our Savior Who Wants All Men To Be Saved And To Come To A Knowledge Of The Truth For There Is One Savior And One Mediator Between God And Men  – 1 Tm 2:3– 6 ΑΩ God Our Savior Who Wants All Men To Be Saved And To Come To A Knowledge Of The Truth For There Is One Savior And One Mediator Between God And Men The Man Christ Jesus – 1 Tm 2:3– 6 ΑΩ God Our Savior Who Wants All Men To Be Saved And To Come To A Knowledge Of The Truth For There Is One Savior And One Mediator Between God And Men The Man Christ Jesus Who Gave Himself As A Ransom For All Men – 1 Tm 2:3– 6 ΑΩ God Our Strength – Ps 81:1 ΑΩ God Over All – 2 Kg 19:15 ΑΩ God Over All The Kingdoms Of The Earth – 2 Kg 19:15 ΑΩ God Over Israel – 2 Sa 7:26 ΑΩ God Over Israel Is Israel’s God –1 Cn 17:24 ΑΩ God Placed All Things Under His Feet – Ep 1:22 ΑΩ God Placed All Things Under His Feet And Appointed Him To Be Head Over Everything For The Church Which Is His Body The Fullness Of Him Who Fills Everything In Every Way – Ep 1:22– 23 ΑΩ God Presented Him As A Sacrifice Of Atonement – Ro 3:25 ΑΩ God Presented Him As A Sacrifice Of Atonement Through Faith In His Blood – Ro 3:25 ΑΩ God Raised Him From The Dead– At 3:15 ΑΩ God Raised Him From The Dead On The Third Day And Caused Him To Be Seen – At 10:40 ΑΩ God Raised Up His Servant he Sent Him First To Bless You By Turning Each Of You From Your Wicked Ways – At 3:26 ΑΩ God Reigns Over The Nations – Ps 47:8 ΑΩ God Reigns Over The Nations God Is Seated On His Holy Throne – Ps 47:8 ΑΩ God Resides In The Great Assembly He Gives Judgment among The gods – Ps 82:1 ΑΩ God’s Approval – 1 Cr 11:19 ΑΩ God’s Building – 1 Cr 3:9 ΑΩ God Sent His Son – Ga 4:4 ΑΩ God Sent His Son Born Of A Woman – Ga 4:4 ΑΩ God Sent His Son Born Under Law – Ga 4:4 ΑΩ God Sent His Son Born Under Law To Redeem Those Under Law – Ga 4:4–5 ΑΩ God Sent His Son Born Of A Woman Born Under Law To Redeem Those Under Law That We Might Receive The Full Rights Of Sons – Ga 4:4–5 ΑΩ God Sent Me – Gn 45:7 ΑΩ God Sent Me Ahead Of You – Gn 45:7 ΑΩ God Sent Me Ahead Of You To Preserve For You A Remnant – Gn 45:7 ΑΩ God Sent The Spirit Of His Son – Ga 4:6 ΑΩ God Sent The Spirit Of His Son Into Our Hearts – Ga 4:6 ΑΩ God Sent The Spirit Of His Son Into Our Hearts The Spirit Who Calls Out Abba – Ga 4:6 ΑΩ God Sent The Spirit Who Calls Out Abba Father – Ga 4:6 ΑΩ God’s Face – Jb 33:26 ΑΩ God’s Fellow Workers – 1 Cr 3:9 ΑΩ God’s Field – 1 Cr 3:9 ΑΩ God’s Friend – Jm 2:23 ΑΩ God’s Gifts And His Call Are Irrevocable – Ro 11;29 ΑΩ God’s Glory – Jn 11:4 ΑΩ God’s Grace – 2 Cr 1:12 ΑΩ God’s House – Hb 3:16 ΑΩ God’s Judgment Is Right – 2 Th 1:5 ΑΩ God’s Judgment Seat – Ro 14:10 ΑΩ God’s Likeness – Jm 3:9 ΑΩ God’s Love – 2 Th 3:5 ΑΩ God’s Messiah – Lk 9:20 ΑΩ God’s Mercy To You – Ro 11:31 ΑΩ God’s Mighty Hand – 1 Pt 5:6 ΑΩ God So Loved The World – Jn 3:16 ΑΩ God So Loved The World That He Gave His One And Only Son – Jn 3:16 ΑΩ God So Loved The World That He Gave His One And Only Son That Whosoever Believes In Him Shall Not Perish – Jn 3:16 ΑΩ God So Loved The World That He Gave His One And Only Son That Whosoever Believes In Him Shall Not Perish But Have Everlasting Life – Jn 3:16 ΑΩ God’s NAME – Ps 69:30; 1 Tm 6:1 ΑΩ God’s One And Only – Jn 3:16 ΑΩ God’s One and Only Begotten Son – Jn 3:16 ΑΩ  God’s One and Only Son –  Jn 3:18 ΑΩ God’s Power – 1 Cr 2:5 ΑΩ God’s Presence – Hb 9:24 ΑΩ God’s Purpose For Themselves – Lk 7:30 ΑΩ God’s Rest – Hb 4:9 ΑΩ God’s Right Hand –  1 Pt 3:22 ΑΩ God’s Salvation – Lk 3:6 ΑΩ God’s Seal – Jn 3:6 ΑΩ God’s Seal Of Approval –  Jn 3:6 ΑΩ God’s Seal Of Authority –  Jn 6:27 ΑΩ God’s Secret Wisdom – 1 Co 2:7 ΑΩ God’s Secret Wisdom A Wisdom That Has Been Hidden – 1 Cr 2:6 ΑΩ God’s Secret Wisdom A Wisdom That Has Been Hidden And That God Destined For Our  Glory – 1 Cr 2:6 ΑΩ God’s Secret Wisdom A Wisdom That God Destined For Our  Glory Before The World Began – 1 Cr 2:6 ΑΩ God’s Secret Wisdom A Wisdom For Our Glory Before The World Began – 1 Cr 2:6 ΑΩ God’s Seed – 1 Jn 3:9 Ga ΑΩ God’s Servant – Ro 13:4 ΑΩ God’s Servant An Agent Of Wrath To Bring Punishment On The Wrong Doer – Ro 13:4 ΑΩ God’s Sight – Gn 6:11, Hb 4:12 ΑΩ God’s Son – Jn 11:4 ΑΩ God’s Son May Be Glorified Through It – Jn 11:4 ΑΩ God’s Spirit – 1 Cr 3:16 ΑΩ God’s Spirit Lives In You – 1 Cr 3:16 ΑΩ God’s Temple – 1 Cr 3:16 ΑΩ God’s Temple Is Sacred – 1 Cr 3:17 ΑΩ God’s Testimony –  1 Jn 5:9 ΑΩ God’s Testimony Is Greater Because It Is The Testimony Of God  Which He Has Given About His Son – 1 Jn 5:9 ΑΩ God Strike All My Enemies On The Jaw – Ps 3:7-8 ΑΩ God Strike All My Enemies On The Jaw Break The Teeth Of The Wicked – Ps 3:7-8 ΑΩ God Strike All My Enemies On The Jaw Break The Teeth Of The Wicked From The LORD Comes Deliverance – Ps 3:7-8 ΑΩ God Strike All My Enemies On The Jaw Break The Teeth Of The Wicked From The LORD Comes Deliverance May Your Blessing Be On Your People – Ps 3:7-8 ΑΩ God’s Unfailing Love – Ps 51:8 ΑΩ  God’s Way Is Right – Lk 7:29 ΑΩ God’s Workmanship – Ep 2:10 ΑΩ God’s Work Which Is By Faith – 1 Tm 1:4 ΑΩ God That Avenges Me – Ps 18:47 ΑΩ God The Awesome God –  Nh 9:32 ΑΩ God The Blessed – 1 Tm 6:15 ΑΩ God The Blessed And Only Ruler – 1 Tm 6:15 ΑΩ God The Blessed And Only Ruler The King Of Kings – 1 Tm 6:15 ΑΩ God The Blessed And Only Ruler The King Of Kings And Lord Of Lords – 1 Tm 6:15 ΑΩ God The Blessed And Only Ruler The King Of Kings And Lord Of Lords Who Alone Is Immortal – 1 Tm 6:15 ΑΩ God The Blessed And Only Ruler The King Of Kings And Lord Of Lords Who Alone Is Immortal And Who Lives In Unapproachable Light – 1 Tm 6:15 ΑΩ God The Blessed And Only Ruler The King Of Kings And Lord Of Lords Who Alone Is Immortal And Who Lives In Unapproachable Light Whom No One Has Seen – 1 Tm 6:15 ΑΩ God The Blessed And Only Ruler The King Of Kings And Lord Of Lords Who Alone Is Immortal And Who Lives In Unapproachable Light Whom No One Has Seen Or Can See – 1 Tm 6:15 ΑΩ God The Blessed And Only Ruler The King Of Kings And Lord Of Lords Who Alone Is Immortal And Who Lives In Unapproachable Light Whom No One Has Seen Or Can See To Him Be Honor  – 1 Tm 6:15 ΑΩ God The Blessed And Only Ruler The King Of Kings And Lord Of Lords Who Alone Is Immortal And Who Lives In Unapproachable Light Whom No One Has Seen Or Can See To Him Be Honor And Glory – 1 Tm 6:15 ΑΩ God The Blessed And Only Ruler The King Of Kings And Lord Of Lords Who Alone Is Immortal And Who Lives In Unapproachable Light Whom No One Has Seen Or Can See To Him Be Honor And Glory Forever – 1 Tm 6:15 ΑΩ God The Blessed And Only Ruler The King Of Kings And Lord Of Lords Who Alone Is Immortal And Who Lives In Unapproachable Light Whom No One Has Seen Or Can See To Him Be Honor And Glory Forever –  Amen – 1 Tm 6:15 ΑΩ God The Father –  Jn 6:27, Cl 3:17 ΑΩ God The Father And Christ Jesus Our LORD – 1 Tm 1:2 ΑΩ God The Father And Christ Jesus Our Savior – Tt 1:4 ΑΩ God The Father And The LORD Jesus Christ – 1 Th 1:1 ΑΩ God The Father Has Placed His Seal Of Approval –  Jn 6:27 ΑΩ God The Father Of Our Lord Jesus Christ – Cl 1:3 ΑΩ God The Father Who Raised Him From The dead –  Ga 1:1 ΑΩ God The God Of Israel –  Ps 68:8 ΑΩ God The God Of Jacob – Ps 46:10 ΑΩ God The God Of Jews – Ro 3:29 ΑΩ God The God Of Your Father – Gn 46:3 ΑΩ God The God Of Your Father Don’t Be Afraid To Go Down To Egypt – Gn 46:3 ΑΩ God The God Of Your Fathers Has Given You Treasure In Your Sacks – Gn 43:23 ΑΩ God The God Of Your Father I Will Make You Into A Great Nation – Gn 46:3  ΑΩ God The God Of Your Father I Will Go Down To Egypt With You – Gn 46:3  ΑΩ God The God Of Your Father I Will Go Down To Egypt With You And I Will Surely Bring You Back Again – Gn 46:3 ΑΩ God The God Of Your Father I Will Surely Bring You Back Again – Gn 46:3 ΑΩ God The God Who Saves Me –  Ps 51:14 ΑΩ God The Great Awesome And Mighty God –  Nh 9:32 ΑΩ God The Great Awesome And Mighty God Who Keeps His Covenant Of Love –  Nh 9:32 ΑΩ God The Great King – Ps 95:3 ΑΩ God The Great King Above All Gods – Ps 95:3 ΑΩ God The Holy One –  Is 30:15 ΑΩ God The Holy One Of Israel –  Is 30:15 ΑΩ God The Holy One Of Israel Your Savior –  Is 30:15 ΑΩ God The Judge –  Hb 12:23 ΑΩ God The Judge Of All Men –  Hb 12:23 ΑΩ God The Judge Of All Men To The Spirit’s Of Righteous Men Made Perfect –  Hb 12:23 ΑΩ God The King – Ps 145:1 ΑΩ  God The King Of Kings – 1 Tm 6:15  ΑΩ God The King Of Kings And Lord Of Lords  –  1 Tm 6:15 ΑΩ God The Lord –  Is 42:5 ΑΩ God The LORD Almighty – Jr 51:5 ΑΩ God The LORD! He Knows – Js 22:22 ΑΩ God The LORD Says He Who Created The Heavens And Stretched Them Out Who Spread Out The Earth And All That Comes Of It – Is 42:4 ΑΩ God The LORD Speaks And Summons The Earth From The Rising Of The Sun To The Place Where It Sets – Ps 50:1 ΑΩ God The Lord Of Lords – 1 Tm 6:15 ΑΩ God The Maker Of All Things – Ec 11:5 ΑΩ God The Mighty God –  Nh 9:32 ΑΩ God The One And Only –  Jn 1:18 ΑΩ God The One And Only Who Is At The Father’s Side –  Jn 1:18 ΑΩ God The One And Only Son Who Is At The Father’s Side Has Made Him Known –  Jn 1:18 ΑΩ God The One Of Sinai –  Ps 68:8 ΑΩ God The Only Ruler – 1 Tm 6:15 ΑΩ God The Rock – Ps 94 ΑΩ God The Rock In Whom I Take Refuge – Ps 94:22 ΑΩ God The Rock My Savior – 89:26 ΑΩ God The Royal Son – Ps 72:1 ΑΩ God The Royal Son With Your Righteousness – Ps 72:1 ΑΩ God The Very God – 1 Th 4:8 ΑΩ God The Very God Who Gives You His Holy Spirit – 1 Th 4:8 ΑΩ God Was Reconciling The World To Himself In Christ – 2 Cr 5:19 ΑΩ God Was Their Rock – Ps 78:35 ΑΩ God Was Their Rock That God Most High Was Their Redeemer – Ps 78:35 ΑΩ God Was Upon Me – Nh 2:8 ΑΩ God Was Your King – 1 Sa 12:12 ΑΩ God Who Alone Is Immortal – I Tm 6:15 ΑΩ God Who Always Leads Us In Triumphal Procession In Christ And Through Us Spreads Everywhere The Fragrance Of The Knowledge Of Him – 2 Cr 2:14 ΑΩ God Who Anointed Jesus Of Nazareth – At 10:38 ΑΩ God Who Anointed Jesus Of Nazareth With The Holy Spirit – At 10:38 ΑΩ God Who Anointed Jesus Of Nazareth With The Holy Spirit And Power – At 10:38 ΑΩ God Who Anointed Jesus Of Nazareth With The Holy Spirit And Power And  How He Went Around Doing Good And Healing All Who Were Under The Power Of The Devil Because God Was With Him – At 10:38 ΑΩ God Who Answered Me In The Day Of My Distress And Who Has Been With Me Wherever I Have Gone – Gn 35:3 ΑΩ God Who Answers By Fire – 1 Kg 18:24 ΑΩ God Who Answers By Fire – HE Is God – 1 Kg 18:24 ΑΩ God Who Arms Me With Strength – Ps 18:32 ΑΩ God Who Avenges – Ps 94:1 ΑΩ God Who Avenges Me – 2 Sa 22:48 ΑΩ God Who Avenges Me Who Subdues Nations Under Me Who Saves Me From My Enemies – Ps 18:47– 8 ΑΩ God Who Avenges Shine Forth – Ps 94:1 ΑΩ God Who Brought You Out Of Egypt –  Ps 81:10 ΑΩ God Who Brought You Out Of Egypt And Redeemed You Out Of The land Of Slavery –  Dt 13:5 ΑΩ God Who Brought You Out Of Egypt Out Of The Land Of Slavery –  Dt 5:6 ΑΩ God Who Brought You Out Of Egypt To Give You The land Of Canaan And To Be Your God – Lv 25:38 ΑΩ God Who Brought You Out Of Ur Of The Chaldees’s –  Gn 15:7 ΑΩ God Who Brought You Out Of Ur Of The Chaldees’s To Give  You This Land To Take Possession Of It –  Gn 15:7 ΑΩ God Who Brought You Out To Give You This Land –  Gn 15:7 ΑΩ God Who Brought You Out To Give You This Land To Take Possession Of It –  Gn 15:7 ΑΩ God Who Brought You Out Of Ur Of The Chaldees’s –  Gn 15:7 ΑΩ God Who Brought You Out Of Ur Of The Chaldees’s To Give You This Land To Take Possession Of It –  Gn 15:7 ΑΩ God Who Calls Things That Are Not As Though They Were – Ro 4:17 ΑΩ  God Who Calls You – 1 Th 2:12 ΑΩ God Who Calls You Into His Glory – 1 Th 2:12 ΑΩ God Who Calls You Into His Kingdom – 1 Th 2:12 ΑΩ God Who Calls You Into His Kingdom And Glory – 1 Th 2:12 ΑΩ God Who Churns Up The Sea So That Its Waves Roar – The LORD Almighty Is His NAME – Is 51:15 ΑΩ God Who Comforts The Downcast – 2 Cr 7:6 ΑΩ God Who Defends His People – Is 51:22 ΑΩ  God Who Directs You – Is 48:17 ΑΩ God Who Directs You In The Way You Should Go – Is 48:17 ΑΩ God Who Does Not Lie – Tt 1:2 ΑΩ God Who Does Not Lie Promised Before The Beginning Of Time – Tt 1:2 ΑΩ God Who Does Not Lie Promised Before The Beginning Of Time And At His Appointed Season – Tt 1:2 ΑΩ God Who Does Not Lie Promised Before The Beginning Of Time And At His Appointed Season He Brought His Word To Light– Tt 1:2 ΑΩ God Who Does no wrong – Dt 32:4 ΑΩ God Who Does no wrong Upright And Just Is He – Dt 32:4 ΑΩ God Who Expresses His Wrath Every Day – Ps 7:11 ΑΩ God Who Fulfills His Purpose For Me – Ps 57:2 ΑΩ God Who Gave You Birth – Dt 32:18 ΑΩ God Who Gives Endurance – Ro 15:5 ΑΩ God Who Gives Endurance And Encouragement – Ro 15:5 ΑΩ God Who Gives Encouragement – Ro 15:5 ΑΩ God Who Gives Life To Everything – 1 Tm 6:13 ΑΩ God Who Gives Life To The Dead –  Ro 4:17 ΑΩ God Who Gives Life To The Dead And Calls Things That Are Not As Though They Were –  Ro 4:17 ΑΩ God Who Gives You His Holy Spirit – 1 Th 4:8 ΑΩ God Who Has Been My Shepherd All My Life To This Day – Gn  48:15,16 ΑΩ God Who Has Called You Into Fellowship With His Son Jesus Christ Our Lord Is Faithful – 1 Cr 1:9 ΑΩ God Who Has Caused His NAME To Dwell There Overthrow Any King Or People Who Lifts A Hand To Change This Decree Or To Destroy  This Temple In Jerusalem – Er 6:12 ΑΩ God Who Fulfills His Purpose For Me – Ps 57:2 ΑΩ God Who Has Called You – 1 Cr 1:9 ΑΩ God Who Has Called You Into Fellowship – 1 Cr 1:9 ΑΩ God Who Has Called You Into Fellowship With His Son Jesus Christ – 1 Cr 1:9 ΑΩ God Who Has Called You Into Fellowship With His Son Jesus Christ Our LORD Is Faithful  – 1 Cr 1:9 ΑΩ God Who Has Given Us The Spirit – 2 Cr 5:5 ΑΩ God Who Has Given Us The Spirit As A Deposit Guaranteeing What Is To Come – 2 Cr 5:5 ΑΩ God Who Has Delighted In You – 1 Kg 10:9 ΑΩ God Who Has Delighted In You And Placed You On The Throne Of Israel – 1 Kg 10:9 ΑΩ God Who Has Delighted In You And Placed You On The Throne Of Israel Because Of The LORD’S Eternal Love For Israel – 1 Kg 10:9 ΑΩ God Who Has Delighted In You And Placed You On The Throne Of Israel Because Of The LORD’S Eternal Love For Israel He Has Made You King – 1 Kg 10:9 ΑΩ God Who Has Delighted In You And Placed You On The Throne Of Israel Because Of The LORD’S Eternal Love For Israel He Has Made You King To Maintain Justice – 1 Kg 10:9 ΑΩ God Who Has Delighted In You And Placed You On The Throne Of Israel Because Of The LORD’S Eternal Love For Israel He Has Made You King To Maintain Justice And Righteousness – 1 Kg 10:9 ΑΩ God Who Has Delighted In You And Placed You On The Throne Of Israel Because Of The LORD’S Eternal Love For Israel He Has Made You King To Maintain Righteousness – 1 Kg 10:9 ΑΩ God Who Has Made Us For This Very Purpose – 2 Cr 5:5 ΑΩ God Who Has Made Us For This Very Purpose And Has Given Us The Spirit As A Deposit Guaranteeing What Is To Come – 2 Cr 5:5 ΑΩ God Who Helps You – Gn 49:25 ΑΩ God Who Hides Himself – Is 45:15 ΑΩ God Who Holds In His Hand Your Life And All Your Ways – Dn 5:23 ΑΩ God Who Is Among You –  Dt 7:21 ΑΩ God Who Is Among You Is An Awesome God –  Dt 7:21 ΑΩ God Who Is Among You Is A Great And Awesome God –  Dt 7:21 ΑΩ God Who Is Among You Is A Great God –  Dt 7:21 ΑΩ God Who Is At The Father’s Side –  Jn 1:18 ΑΩ God Who Is At Work In The Ministry – Ga 2:8 ΑΩ God Who Is From Everlasting To Everlasting – Nh 9:5 ΑΩ God Who Is Enthroned Forever – Ps 55:19 ΑΩ God Who Is Enthroned Forever Will Hear Them And Afflict Them – Ps 55:19 ΑΩ God Who Is In Heaven – 2 Ch 20:5 ΑΩ God Who Is In Jerusalem – Er 1:3 ΑΩ God Who Is Rich In Mercy – Ep 2:4 ΑΩ God Who Is Rich In Mercy Made Us Alive in Christ

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In Christ, we have become invisible

The power to know God is revealed in the way we accept Jesus Christ’s salvation from our sins. For there is nothing left undone in bringing us fully into the relationship for which Christ provided for us to live – Now! In this classification of our freedom in Christ, we are made righteous, holy and into the love of God. To share Christ with all people everywhere God has placed us in the world. For in this we are made for intimacy with God and oneness in Him.
For we to have this type of lifestyle is faith-based life that shows that we have been given a life in which we live by faith in the Son of God:
“For through the law I died to the law so that I might live for God. I have been crucified with Christ and I no longer live, but Christ lives in me. The life I now live in the body, I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me. I do not set aside the grace of God, for if righteousness could be gained through the law, Christ died for nothing! Gal. 2:19-21 NIV
For we have the power of the indestructible life in Christ. It is by this power we have life in Him to declare to the world we are being faithfully obedient to the will of God
If perfection could have been attained through the Levitical priesthood—and indeed the law given to the people established that priesthood—why was there still need for another priest to come, one in the order of Melchizedek, not in the order of Aaron? For when the priesthood is changed, the law must be changed also. He of whom these things are said belonged to a different tribe, and no one from that tribe has ever served at the altar. For it is clear that our Lord descended from Judah, and in regard to that tribe Moses said nothing about priests. And what we have said is even more clear if another priest like Melchizedek appears, one who has become a priest not on the basis of a regulation as to his ancestry but on the basis of the power of an indestructible life. For it is declared:
“You are a priest forever,
in the order of Melchizedek.”
The former regulation is set aside because it was weak and useless (for the law made nothing perfect), and a better hope is introduced, by which we draw near to God.
Heb 7:11-19 NIV
For in this setting aside of the first and establishing the second on better promises found in Christ, that are ever-increasing in glory and the Spirit who brings such empowerment in our lives to glorify Christ in every thought word and deed. For only by the Spirit of Christ can we accomplish any good, any work, any definition of the will of God. In Christ, we have crucified all that hinders and destroys our abilities to manifest Christ in the world. We cannot produce anything that brings forth the glory of Christ but by the Spirit who brings such glory in one’s life.
Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles. And let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us, fixing our eyes on Jesus, the pioneer and perfecter of faith. For the joy set before him he endured the cross, scorning its shame, and sat down at the right hand of the throne of God. Consider him who endured such opposition from sinners, so that you will not grow weary and lose heart. Heb. 12:1-3 NIV
All we can do, all that anyone can do is to be faithful/ obedient to the will of God. This is to say constantly ‘Not my will – but thy will be done!’ We crucify, our will, we crucify all that we are to allow Christ’s Spirit to be to totally unveiled in us. If we continue to walk by faith in the Son of Man, to accomplish the whole will of God in our lives then He God will glorify Christ in our life to manifest Him perfectly only always. So we trust fully in the Name of Christ to do only what God can do, to say what only God can say, and produce the quantity and quality of the Spirit that defines – God has done it all! To declare to all no one could do this unless God was with you!
Now there was a Pharisee, a man named Nicodemus who was a member of the Jewish ruling council. He came to Jesus at night and said, “Rabbi, we know that you are a teacher who has come from God. For no one could perform the signs you are doing if God were not with him. John 3:1-2 NIV
In Christ, we are called to become invisible so that Christ will become visible as the One True God and Jesus Christ whom He has sent. If Christ lives in you – the Christ will be the power God displays in your life!
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John 17:15

 

 

 

Verse 151

15a2 Not 3756 15b I petition 2065 15c That 2443
15d You 142 15e Take them 846 15f Out 1537
15g Of the world 2889 15h But 235 15i That 2443
15j You keep 5083 15k Them 848 15l From 1537
15m Evil 4190

οὐκ ἐρωτῶ ἵνα ἄρῃς αὐτοὺς ἐκ τοῦ κόσμου ἀλλ’ ἵνα τηρήσῃς αὐτοὺς ἐκ τοῦ πονηροῦ.3

15. I pray not that Thou shouldest take them out of the world, but that Thou shouldest keep them from the evil.

GENUINE: What are some of its possible meanings? Actually possessing, Gal 3:13-18, Phil. 2:1-8, 1 John 2:24-25, 2:28-3:10 or produced by 2 Cor. 4:6-7; Gal 5:22; Eph. 2:4-10 the alleged or John 3:3-8; Gal 3:26-27 apparent attribute, Gal 3:28 character, John 3:15-21; 2 Cor. 5:21; Gal 3:29 or source. 2 Cor. 5:5,21; Gal 3:16; Eph 3:14-21 Not spurious 1 John 2:20-23, 4:13- or counterfeit; 2 Cor. 5:21, 6:3-10; 1 John 2:27, authentic, John 3:21; 2 Cor. 6:3-10, 1 John 4:7-12 free from hypocrisy 2 Cor. 6:3-10; (free from) dishonesty; 2 Cor.2:14-17, 4:1-3 sincere, 2 Cor.2:14-17, 6:3-10; Heb. 10:19-25; James 3:17-18 being of pure Gal 3:29 or original stock. 2 Cor. 3:18, 1 John 3:24. Is. 44:6, 2 Sa 7:22

These have come so that your faith – of greater worth than gold, which perishes even though refined by fire – may be proved genuine (see below) and may result in praise, gory and honor when Jesus Christ is revealed. Though you have not seen him you love him; even though you do not see him now, you believe in him and are filled with an inexpressible and glorious joy for you are receiving the goal of your faith, the salvation of your souls. 1 Peter 1:7-8 NIV

1511 Dokimos; form dechomai (see 1312), to accept, receive. Approved, accepted, genuine. It was used to describe something as proved, tested, or examined and by extension something that had passed a test, hence, pronounced approved (not merely tested but tested and approved). Fit, qualified, or genuine (Ro 16:10; 1Co 11:19, genuine, authentic, proved real; 2Co 10:18, 13:7; 2Ti 2:15). In James 1:12, the expression “when he has stood the test” means “when he becomes approved after testing.” The testing has reference to the believer’s lifetime of temptation and do not fall away from faith in Christ (James does not mean those who never give in to temptation and sin) prove the authenticity of their faith; such person are those to whom God will grant eternal life. Acceptable, pure, worthy, esteemed. (Ro 14:18)4

See complete word study: Genuine

Scripture references:

Words

35 allah; neuter plural of 243; properly other things, that is (adverb) contrariwise (in many relations): and, but (even), howbeit, indeed, nay, nevertheless, no, notwithstanding, save therefore, yea, yet.5

  1. evil. 4190 Poneros 41906

1. That which is the opposite of good or opposes good in any degree more or less. Evil is the source of corruption. The characteristic of a person, place, or thing that is corrupted, diseased, malignant or unholy.

2. There is a dual connotation here as with deliver it is first that which is malignant, bad or corrupted character or influence; the other is the cause of evil being Satan himself. Here the KJV wrongly translates. It should be “the evil one”.7

3. Yes one is the effects the other the power that causes those effects. In that we on this earth can never be delivered from evil effects for to do that we would have be taken out of this world. However, God can deliver us from the evil-one by placing us in-Christ where Satan cannot molest or take us out of His Hand. Amen.

B. Satan, demonic principalities. Ep 6:10 – 20

C. Satan

D. Evil one, Satan, the Accuser of the Brethren

E. Evil, corruption, malignant, sin-full nature

0F. Jn 17:15; Ep 6:16; 2 Th 3:3; 1 Jn 2:13,14; 3:12; 5:18,19

G. “Deliver us from the Evil One.” No greater salvation do we have than the deliverance from him who works in those who are disobedient. This is the Church’s work: that we be the property of and dispenser of and collector of all them that are so delivered from the evil one. This shows the Churches finest treasury! Not in the wealth of her possessions or in the expensiveness of her cathedrals; but by how much we are the depository of them that have been saved and this to the uttermost. Every Church ought to be so rich that the need to be continuously building more and more depositories to hold such gifts of God: known as babes in-Christ! We should be constantly hearing the wail of newborns and the hammer of new depositories that we see a great treasure stored up in Heaven’s vaults.

Them 848 hautou (haw-too’) contrast for 1438; self (in some oblique case reflex, relation); – her (own), (of) him (-self), his (own), of it, thee, their (own), them (-selves), they.

142 airo ah’-ee-ro; a primitive verb; to lift; by implication to take up or away; figurativey to raise (the voice) keep in suspense (the mind); specifically to sail away (that is to weigh anchor); by Hebrew compare to 5875; to expiate sin: – away with, bear (up), lose, make to doubt, put away, remove, take (away, up)

  1. Him 846

A. What is the original word and its English equivalent? Autos him 846 Him 846, or them 846 (30x’s) autos, ow-tos’;

1. What is the basic dictionary meaning today? The objective case of he. As the direct object of a verb. As the indirect object of a verb.

2. What is the root meaning in the biblical text? from the particle au [perhaps akinto the base of 10d through the ieda of baffing wind] (backward) the reflexive pronoun self, used (alone or in the comparative 1438) of the third person and (with the properly, personified, pronoun) of the other persons:- herself itself, one the other (mine) own, said ([self]) the same, himself myself thyself yourselves she that their themselves there-at, thereby, therein, thereon therewith, they these, things this man, those together very which. Comparative 8488

3. Is there a difference? None that would be significant to change the meaning.

B. What are some of its possible meanings? He, him etc.

C. How does the writer use the word? Male personal pronoun

D. What current English word do you feel best translates the meaning of the word in the passage? He, him.

E. What are some synonyms or associated words related to this word? See no. 2 above.

F. What are some important scriptural references that help build your understanding of this word.

G. Write an extended definition of the word.

1. The denotation of the word: That which designates the symbolic, explicit and or the precise meaning. The personal pronoun applied to oneself or another of the same gender, or fellowship.

2. The connotation of the word: That which makes you do as in response, either in the past, present or future. To recognize the close proximity in relation to expressing pronoun usage to the Noun identified in the text or paragraph.

H. Write a personal response to this study portion. (N/A)

That also 2443 hina (hin’-ah); prob. From the same as the former part of 1438 (through the demonstrative idea; comp. 3588); in order that (denoting the purposeor the result):- albeit, because, to the intent (that), lest, so as, (so) that, (for) to. Comp. 33639

13. 2889 kosmos

A. What is the original word and its English equivalent?

1. What is the basic dictionary meaning today? The land surface of the world, as distinguished from the oceans and air. The third planet from the Sun in our solar system.10

2. What is the root meaning in the biblical text? Primarily order, arrangement, orNAMEnt, adornment (probably here the universe: it had this meaning among the Greeks, owing to the order observable in it); the earth in contrast with Heaven. Christ coming into the ‘world’ the sum of ones goods, including monetary all things pertaining to be of, and use in it. Metaphorically used of the human tongue as “a world (of iniquity)”11

3. Is there a difference? Yes, where we see in 1093 meaning the physical land in which we live and dwell upon to all of this worlds combined aspects physical mental and spiritual attributes. Generalized as this ‘worldly system’ the realm of sin and its theater.

B. What are some of its possible meanings? The earth, the worldly or sinfulness of it. Generally of the activities of the world, at times the pleasures of it.

C. How does the writer use the word? In this case it is used to differentiate a time or era before the creation of it.

D. What current English word do you feel best translates the meaning of the word in the passage? Worldliness, vice, humanity, the sphere of influence whether in the whole of it or in parts like ‘Sodom and Gomorrah’. It does also have the meaning of just the earth itself and the adornment or ornamentation whether it be of man or the physical creation: the trees, grass, the oceans etc.

E. What are some synonyms or associated words related to this word? The worldly system, the temporary physical form of the world, and the sun, moon and stars.

F. What are some important scriptural references that help build your understanding of this word.

Mt 5:5, 1318, 6:10; 13:5;18;18; Mk 13:27, 31 At 1:8; 3:26; 7:49; 17:24, 28; Ro 10:18; Ep 1:10; 3:15; 4:9 Rv 1:5; 3:10; 5:3,6 Ch. 6. 7. 9-16

G. Write an extended definition of the word.

1. The denotation of the word: That which designates the symbolic, explicit and or the precise meaning. It can mean in duality the physical world or its worldly system that is evil, and even the powers set up as far as man is concerned. The word tends to mean the latter as different from just ‘ges’ above.

2. The connotation of the word: That which makes you do as in response, either in the past, present or future. The representation of either system defined as the physical participants dwelling on the earth or the activity desires and degradation, the sinfulness of man who dwells on it. Since the world suffered in the Fall of man, it should be realized that since God saved man by the sending Jesus Christ into the world to become the sacrificial Lamb, that at some point God would also rescue the physical world from that same effect. This is what we see in the book of Revelation ‘a new heavens and a new earth’

H. Write a personal response to this study portion. I as the inhabitant of the world am affected and fallen because of the passing of the sin nature from Adam to all those who of his line. This is the way of all the earth in general terms. The 2nd Adam did not come by the same way but a body was made for him one not of earthly ways yet born of a virgin, Jesus was like Adam but not adorned with sin. He came to change this adornment in the first so that man could take on the adornment of the Second and to share in His Spirit transformed from the worldly system all such individuals are of one blood, one faith, one baptism, one spirit they are no longer ‘a sinner’ but ‘a saint’. One could almost say that the difference between them is the letter ‘t’ which is symbolic of the cross for which destroys the former from the latter.

When we see the Christian’s world view as estranged from those of that system they will in fact by the grace of God obey the Great Commission; however, the closer that these two systems come together the less or even forgetting to do anything involving the Great Commission. We see this world both the physical, mental and the spiritual counterparts as of no value, worthless as salt that has lost it’s savor we know it has to have a rebirth as we did to cleanse it as we have been cleansed. Our worldview is either totally separate from it or we have compromised with the world in increasing darkness, not knowing how dark or how lightless we become until it is too late. We either live in the light as He is the Light or the we allow the world and its darkness overcome us. But Christ said, ‘be of good cheer I have overcome the world.

27. from 1537 ek ek or ex ex; primitive preposition denoting origin; the point whence motion or action proceeds; from out of place, time or cause; literally or figuratively direct or remote; after or among at times are at betwixt; by the means of; exceedingly, Often used in composition with the same general import often of completion12

  1. they have kept. 5083 21. protected

they have kept. 5083 21. protected

A. What is the original word and its English equivalent? 5083 tereo (tay-reh’-o)

1. What is the basic dictionary meaning today? A person who keeps one from harm, attack or injury.

2. What is the root meaning in the biblical text? To guard by keeping a diligent watch or supervising, to prevent one from escaping, under military guard, to keep from loss or injury

3. Is there a difference? Here again we have a stronger usage of the word translated. We get a more pure, healthier dose of the word. Here the Greek points to a military guard much like the one on a prisoner such as Paul the apostle had, or on a guarded tomb.

B. What are some of its possible meanings? to guarantee, to secure in a vault, to put in a place free from stealth. To put in a vault with a lock, a safety deposit box, or like in ‘Fort Knox’.

C. How does the writer use the word? protected, guarded, up to the inability by the enemy to steal, kill or destroy.

D. What current English word do you feel best translates the meaning of the word in the passage? guaranteed, insured, imprisoned

E. What are some synonyms or associated words related to this word? placed under the witness protection agency, FDIC,

F. What are some important scriptural references that help build your understanding of this word. Jn 17:11,12,15; 1 Th 5:23; 2 Pt 2:4,9,17; 3:7 Jd 6,13 2 Tm 4:7 At 12:5,6; 16:23; 25:21 Mt 28:4

G. Write an extended definition of the word.

1. The denotation of the word: That which designates the symbolic, explicit and or the precise meaning. To place in a safe house or under house arrest to prevent the one from escaping or being lost. The one is subject to constant watch as in a prison type setting or more forcibly like the Apostle Paul who was chained to two Roman guards constantly which were changed every two hours. It also defines with it the impossibility of any action against what is guarded to be harmed in any way shape or fashion.

2. The connotation of the word: That which makes you do as in response, either in the past, present or future. To be so secure, not to be afraid of losing but having a freedom that causes one to have no fear in any way of being dispossessed to have such freedom to rush head long into danger as the metaphor statement, “Christians rush head long into trouble where even angels fear to tread”. I believe that this is where that comes from and I also believe that it is taken wrongly by those claiming ‘eternal security’; however, it is to gird us up to give us as some say, ‘a banner man’s courage’ to launch headlong into battle to fear nothing the enemy could do against you, for he cannot take away that which is eternal: the salvation and oneness we have in-Christ to glorify Christ in every foolish attempt to proclaim Christ to the nations.

But whatever was to my profit I now consider loss for the sake of Christ. What is more, I consider everything a loss compared to the surpassing greatness of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord, for whose sake I have lost all things. I consider them rubbish, that I may gain Christ and be found In-Him, not have a righteousness of my own that comes from the law, but that which is through faith in-Christ – the righteousness that comes from God and is by faith. I want to know Christ and the power of his resurrection and the fellowship of sharing in his sufferings, becoming like him in his death, and so somehow, to attain to the resurrection from the dead. Pp 3:7-11 NIV

H. Write a personal response to this study portion. This word gives a very good defense in the once saved always saved position. Here we see that God has placed in us protective custody of Christ on the one hand and sealed with the Holy Spirit on the on the other, how then could any pluck us out of his hands, being under such guardianship! Yet, as commented above, this is but the beginning comprehension to this word. It is not intended to be a fallback position, but one that leads us triumphant in every cause for the sake of Christ to glorify Him so completely that we do not give credence to anyone or anything else that everything in our lives is ‘rubbish or hog wash’ to knowing sharing giving living loving and glorifying Christ in every measurement.

9 How can a young man keep his way pure? By living according to your word. 10 I seek you with all my heart; do not let me stray from your commands. 11 I have hidden your word in my heart that I might not sin against you. 12 Praise be to you, O LORD; teach me your decrees. 13 With my lips I recount all the laws that come from your mouth. 14 I rejoice in following your statutes as one rejoices in great riches. 15 I meditate on your precepts and consider your ways. 16 I delight in your decrees; I will not neglect your word. Ps 119:9-16 NIV (formatted to regular paragraph style)

To keep or protect in this manner is to always put it before ones thinking, meditate on it daily, eat it continuously, super-saturate your life with it and to abide by it always. In such fashion you protect it against losing it. The whole 119 Psalm is a primer for those who believe and have accepted Jesus as their personal Savior. It is the process of the child of God to establish the need for the word of God in one’s life. Just as we learn our ‘A B C’s’ in kindergarten this psalm is the same for the newborn saint to the one who come to the end ones days.

not 3756 ou – (oo); also (before a vowel) or ouk (ook); and (before an aspirate) or ouch (ookh); a primitive root word; the absolute neg. [comp. 3361] adv.; no or not: – + long, nay neither, never, no (at times man), none, [can-] not, + nothing, + special, un ([-worthy]), when, + without, + yet, but.13 (See also 3364, 3372)

  1. I petition. 2065 (erotao, er-otah’-o); apparently from 2046 [comp 2045]; to interrogate by implication to request; ask, beseech, desire, intreat, pray.14 To ask, is translanted by the verb to pray in Lk 14:18,19; 16:27; John 4:31; 14:16; 16:26; 17:9,15

A. What is the original word and its English equivalent? 2065 erotao (er-o-tah’-o)

1. What is the basic dictionary meaning today The petitions made in a reverent manner to God, the means of communication through which we talk to God.

2. What is the root meaning in the biblical text? to beseech, desire, entreat, request.

3. Is there a difference? Depending upon whom you asked, To pray means a great many things most unscriptural

B. What are some of its possible meanings? To make supplication in order to bring about a set of conditions where if the first party does this then the second does this. Prayer is the enlisting the aide of God to do what only God can do; foster a better intimacy with Him, and others.

C. How does the writer use the word? In its context it is the highest caliber that we make and strongest effort we produce in building this relationship that Christ has established for us with His Father.

D. What current English word do you feel best translates the meaning of the word in the passage? Pray, Request, supplication, Intercession.

E. What are some synonyms or associated words related to this word? Intercession, Call upon, meditate.

F. What are some important scriptural references that help build your understanding of this word. Jn 6:23,17; 14:16; 16;26; 17:9, 15, 20; Eph 1:17;2:1-10;3:14-21;6:10-(18); Col 4:12 Ro 8:26

G. Write an extended definition of the word.

1. The denotation of the word: That which designates the symbolic, explicit and or the precise meaning. Pray(er)(ing) is the activity of the Christian to be a go-between; that is a person who knows both individuals personally and acts as a liaison in reconciling the tow in a better, renewed, changed or new relationship.

2. The connotation of the word: That which makes you do as in response, either in the past, present or future. To pray is to produce a changed lifestyle on another ones behalf through: intercession, requests, or becoming estranged on one’s behalf to win the favor of the person offended. Prayer is that capacity to cause intimacy between to people: God and the recipient of the prayee’s request to either begin or become better. To pray is also at times to battle forces that would destroy such intimacy of the two requested.

H. Write a personal response to this study portion. To pray is genuinely a gift from Abba Father, for there is no other way that it could have begun. If Christ would not have been crucified before the foundation of the world (well we would never have known it.) There is no one who can foster this gift if it is not desired by God. Prayer is that line of communication establishing all things in Christ and for his glory. To try and establish anything else or anyone else’s is not prayer.

Reason for Best verse15

 

We will never know on this side of the sod, how much more, how gloriously we have been kept from the ‘evil one’. This is not just ‘evil’ as it is related to somewhere else we would have to be taken from this world, no, it is from the grip, grasp effects of the evil one. How can we be so removed from the evil one? In-Christ! What greater, more removed from both the world and effects of the evil one but: In His NAME, by His Spirit indwelling us living and overflowing from us. If we should have a reason to rejoice it is this alone we should shout to the heavens that we are gloriously kept from the ‘evil one’. Christians should take stock, take renewed wonder in this verse. For if we do not who will? Who can respond to such a life giving freedom whom before had been in the clutches, in the grip in the control of the evil one! How much should we rejoice not only that which Christ has redeemed us, but Hell was made bankrupt of a sinner and Heaven was given the receipt of a deposit in the NAME of the Son.

The reason for our discipleship

If there was one verse for the purpose behind our reasoning for discipling one another this one would be it. For there would be none without our remaining in the world. Not just to go to church. In keeping us from the evil one, we see that God walks with us in keeping us. For we are not here as fish in an aquarium, a sum in a bank vault but the witness that God has done the greatest work in your heart in being made alive in us to show how much we are kept from the evil one. We live because He lives in us to produce the nomenclature of such a life. The Holy Spirit gives us the witness for our remaining in the world – to destroy the devil’s work.

Outlines

  1. I pray that you not take

    a. out of the world

    b. for they are not of the world

  2. I pray that your protect them

a. from worldliness

b. from the evil one.

Subdivisions:

I pray not

that Thou shouldest

take them

out of the world,

but that Thou shouldest

keep them

from

the evil.

Overlapping Subdivisions:

I pray not that Thou shouldest take them out of the world, but that Thou shouldest keep them from the evil.

I pray not that Thou shouldest take them out of the world, but that Thou shouldest keep them from the evil.

I pray not that Thou shouldest take them out of the world, but that Thou shouldest keep them from the evil.

I pray not that Thou shouldest take them out of the world, but that Thou shouldest keep them from the evil.

I pray not that Thou shouldest take them out of the world, but that Thou shouldest keep them the evil.

I pray not that Thou shouldest take them out of the world, but that Thou shouldest keep them from the evil.

I pray not that Thou shouldest take them out of the world, but that Thou shouldest keep them from the evil.

I pray not that Thou shouldest take them out of the world, but that Thou shouldest keep them from the evil.

I pray not that Thou shouldest take them out of the world, but that Thou shouldest keep them from the evil.

I pray not that Thou shouldest take them out of the world, but that Thou shouldest keep them from the evil.

I pray not that Thou shouldest take them out of the world, but that Thou shouldest keep them from the evil.

I pray not that Thou shouldest take them out of the world, but that Thou shouldest keep them from the evil.

Sanctification Aspects:

15. a. Sanctification imparted: My prayer is not that You take them out of the

world

b. Truth is Revealed: but that You protect them from the evil-one.

Purpose / result

The purpose of leading one to pray:

The result of prayer:

The purpose of leading one to pray:

The result of prayer:

Prayer Aspects

I pray not that Thou shouldest take them out of the world,

What does prayer define for us in this verse? A Christian sees his/her place in this world as one that is for their witness in the world. Christ prayed, so that His Father may be glorified in the remaining in the world. Paul prayed that way too.

but it is more necessary for you that I remain in the body. Convinced of this, I know that I will remain, and I will continue with all of you for your progress and joy in the faith, so that through my being with you again your boasting in Christ Jesus will abound on account of me. Pp 1:24-26 NIV

We pray that those who are in the world will not fall into the trappings of the world but will live fully in the grace of Jesus Christ. In showing to the world for the reason we are in the world but not of the world. We pray, for leaders, pastors, the churches, for everything for the glory of God in Christ. That our prayers have divine power through Christ to show that we are here to pray to intercede, to have compassion, to help, to undergird the body of Christ. To pray pray and pray so more. The Christian’s single activity is marked that we pray, and the next activity is that God hears us when we do. The world trembles when Christian’s pray – or should!

We pray because we define that we are not in the world. We pray to define that the world needs to be moved for the sake of Christ. We pray because we define the power of God in our lives by remaining in the world. The world cares not if we pass away, it rejoices. It trembles because we remain.

How do we see prayer in this verse? There is basically no other reason for us to remain in the world, but to pray. The world takes note of how much we pray, because it takes note of what occurs, or does not occur. Prayer is a divine institution, it is a powerful reality that we have the power to stand in the face of God-In-Christ to pray for demonic strongholds to be destroyed, for dens of iniquity to be closed, for evil men to be silenced and above all godless men and women and children find Christ. We so live, because we are not taken from the world to show that we do not live as we would have anything in context with the world. We see prayer made alive with the Spirit’s august empowerment upon it.

We pray God hears the world quakes in fears,

We stay, God is near, the world trembles we are here.

Our day, God shares, the world knows He is our prayer.

How do we see our response to prayer in this verse? We stand in the place of Christ. We show that He has come in the flesh. We pray to define Him. We pray that responds in Christ-like power. For we have a purpose for remaining in the world to show them our response is that we walk by faith and not by sight. We show to the world how powerfully alive with Christ’s purpose to declare to the world He is God. Our response shows how much we believe in Christ to accomplish the will of Him who sent Him, abides in us to the fullest measure to glorify Him. Our response is Him!

Our Gethsemane. The only prayer we define is one that shows we are praying, ‘Not my will be done’. We declare to the world how much we live that understanding. Grace is applied, and grace is overflowing and grace is His power to reveal everything for the reason why are still in the world. If we can’t define Him, in that then we don’t define Him at all!

but that Thou shouldest keep them from the evil (one).

 

Why should we pray? Because the devil knows we are here! Also the devil knows he is destroyed if we pray! A Christian has in his/her repertoire one blessed fact to which one can truly be bold that one can look the devil in the eye – and laugh. For he can’t do anything about it. He is not just restrained he cannot touch a Christian unless he specifically has permission and this to God’s own admonishment. We take God’s promises as fact. We stand upon His saving power, His protecting power, His illuminating power and His keeping us from the effects of the evil-one. We pray for we are kept by the Son’s power to demolish demonic strongholds.

Our prayer life should demonstrate to the world we are kept we are protected from the devil’s schemes. We are not unawares of his tricks, there is nothing knew that Satan has used in the past. We see them for what they are; falsehoods, lies, death and all manner of sinfulness. We pray to remain faithfully-obedient to Christ’s will and we pray for others who are in the fray of battle. We pray because we know without praying our being kept is seen as a sham to those who are watching. It is not a sham to pray to know we can and should pray in august trembling to see the work of God advance without restraint.

What does prayer define for us in this verse? Our freedom in Christ to dwell in the depths of His grace. We know we don’t have to pray about being destroyed by the devil, for if he could he would set a legion upon any Christian to tear them down. Though he has sent multitudes after the saints, to pray is not just to keep them at bay, but to define the power of God represented in our being kept from the tempters grasp. Pray then motivates us to clean house of things that are of any classification of evil. To rid our lives of all things from the evil one. As one who even abhors the smell of the smoke from the fiery furnace; we rid ourselves, household, individuals, the dwellings around we pray for the devils imps to run, to flee to find a dark whole in which to hide.

How do we see prayer in this verse? Being kept does not mean we are lacking in spiritual definitions. We pray to demonstrate we are not afraid, since Christ said be of good cheer I have overcome the world. These things we too have victory in His Name to show forth the victory of death hell and the grave. Our prayers take on in this verse the activity of shouting hallelujah. Of praising God in the highest. Our struggle isn’t against flesh and blood but against evil in all its forms for which we have power to destroy the devils strongholds. If they are not being destroyed, emptied, torn down and made the haunts of spiders then Christians are not living the victorious life through the Spirit to do so.

How do we see our response to prayer in this verse? To fight, not as one beats the air, but to deliver from bondage those who are being held prisoners by the messengers of the evil one, either in practices, lifestyles, denominational struggles, syncretism to show that to swallow poison no matter how small is detrimental to ones spiritual welfare in Christ. We have power in prayer. To not exercise it, hands the devil a victory. The devil’s kingdom has been destroyed, vanquished and made obsolete. The cross did that.

Our Gethsemane. To see the cross as not just a destruction of sins power over us, but one of the mightiest blows for Satan’s kingdom has been vanquished, annihilated and only by our prayers and bearing our cross, being crucified with Christ do we show how much that has been accomplished. For Christians will not live a lifestyle they do not believe is possible. Thus they live a lie, thinking that they have to live with sin in their mortal lives. When in fact Christ has poured out His blood to finish sins reign in them. Our Gethsemane shows that we are not under the tyrannical rule of Satan any longer by his fear of death hanging over us. We know are ruled by the law of Christ, and that will is totally advocating one will be done – the will of Him who sent Him.

Exegetical research outline:

Introduction:

Christ’s purpose here in this verse is to show that we are not to be taken out of the world; but that we should be kept from the power or dominion of the ‘evil one’. The Greek word is not just ‘evil’ in general, but like in the Lord’s prayer it is to deliver them from the power of the ‘evil one’. This is the work of Salvation the result of asking the forgiveness of sins is to keep them from the evil one

 

A. Why is there a special significance to this phrase?

Christianity is one that invades the world, instead of retreating into seclusion or being placed into retirement or allowed to go where they cannot be sent into the world. It is strange that some Christians want to go into seclusion from the world contrary to the desires of Christ: who endured the shame of the cross, and the mistreatment from the world, to save them that His Father drew to Him. If we are to be the portraits of the Savior we too must go into all the world and that is what Christ commissioned all Christians to do in His Great Commission.

In this world is where God the Father wants us to actively show forth, and participate fully in the glory given and invested in us to be representatives of His Divine NAME: Jesus Christ. Where else; but in the world would we need to be so vocal, visible and manifested? Certainly not in Heaven, for all know and have God as their Father. Definitely not in Hell, for none can escape if they could. It is imperative then; that Christians shine that much more intensely while in this veil of tears, be that much more holy-holy-holy symbols of righteousness that the world fails not to see the image of the Invisible God being displayed to the visible creation: mankind. Who sees and knows how much they have fallen short of that glory which every Christian should be as blinding as the sun in its own glory. For we are partakers of His divine Glory whether we desire it or not. We are revelators of God’s Holy Word whether we wish it or not. If we don’t reveal Christ to the world; then, who will? Christianity is then the depository of increasing investments and dividends that are paying off in bringing much glory each and every single day by the accounting of those increases as wails of newborn-Christians.

How can we ask of something that Christ did not ask, that every time we breathe we know that we are in the world for one very important reason to breathe into everyone we meet the very Breath of Life: The Word of God. That to remain means more glory for Christ, for we are witnessing about Him to the very end of the age and if we depart and be with the Lord, then our testimony is ended. Yet while on this earth we give credence, testimony, proof that God is God, by what we do in-Christ’s NAME – for we are not of this world.

The significance of this verse shows us that we are protected from molestation by the evil one, while not free from trials and tribulation and persecution we are protected by the seal: the Promised Holy Spirit! We are sheltered in which no man can take us out of our Father’s Hand specifically His Right Hand of Power: Jesus Christ. The protection gives us the right to bear the fullest weight of the Holy Scriptures out in the most holy faith. Showing, declaring, manifesting, proving fully that God’s Word does not fail: ever. What He says He will most assuredly produce and for this we are protected from the destroyer of the testimony of God: Satan – Appollyon. Jesus’ righteousness is our protection for it proves to the world that God the Father is just, and is a rewarder of them that diligently seek His Son, Jesus Christ. As this protection plan of insurance guarantees total freedom from the evil one. His death, destruction, dominion and desolation are powerless over us, for faith has caused us to be a fruitful bough in which the we are engrafted into the Branch of the Lord. We receive everything that we have need of to maintain our Fruitfulness: the Fruit of the Spirit.

This protection has come by placing the Christian in the Most Holy Place. We are not just a resident, but a part, created in the image and made of the character of the Living God. By this conception into the family of God we gain protection from every spiritual ruler, every spiritual authority, every spiritual power and every spiritual force no matter where it may exist; in the heavens above or on the earth below or under the earth, that would set itself up to destroy any capacity in us to bring forth the greatest witness of Jesus Christ. This protection says to the Christian:

All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations baptizing them in the NAME of the Father, and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you, and surely I am with you always to very end of the age. Mt 28:19,20

His Seal: His Authorizing Agent: the Holy Spirit will so fulfill this verse to them that are faithfully-obedient to the same. Giving us His protection by saying: and surely I am with you always to very end of the age. What more needs to be said.

 

B.1. The spiritual significance.

The significance lies in the understanding that this physical world is the place where the witness of Christ is being waged. It is a great civil war: the Kingdom of Christ against the kingdom of Satan. We see this in how great is this war showing who is the victor over sin, death and the grave. The more Christians show to the world that Christ is still in the world through-them, death-hell: Satan’s kingdom suffers loss – if even to one soul.

The battle ground is the hearts of men and women and their allegiance to which God (god) they serve. The Christians wage a spiritual war on all fronts: spiritual, mental and physical. The spiritual war is fought in prayer interceding on others behalf for other Christians and the souls of those who are perishing. The spiritual significance shows to the world how much they believe God will meet all their needs to produce the glory of the Living Christ in all those that we are interceding for on a continuous basis. Our warfare is; defeating the enemy – in every area or stronghold that the devil tries to keep. These are what the Apostle Paul calls: rulers, authorities, powers, spiritual forces. These are not physical human beings but the demonic entities trying to control the world. We have the very power of the NAME of Christ: His authority, His glory, His strength and His capacity to destroy these demonic strongholds. This is done all through prayer, while on this earth!

The spiritual significance shows that as we are faithfully-obedient to the NAME we bear, the evil one cannot touch us in our pursuit of fulfilling the Great Commission. As we do so the Lord will honor our endeavors and give us the protection that will be fruitful and be of the very aspect that destroys the works of Satan. The spiritual capacity is one that shows our faith in that we can, for the devil can not molest. We are of the body of Christ, what can he do to Christ, absolutely nothing! In our spiritual capacity, the Christian has the mind of Christ, as seen before not just for protection but for showing forth to the world the glory of the Living God which the devil hates for the devil once coveted what every Christian participates-in-daily by grace. The devil hates us more for we are heirs and co-heirs of what he tried to take by force and failed.

B.2. The mental significance.

The mental significance shows in how much we are allowing God the Father to be revealed in us. This comprehension to know that if we would but be totally obedient to the whole will of God, the world would be defeated every time we come to show forth the glory of the living God: for it would not be us doing it; but, the very AUGUST PRESENCE of the Holy Spirit of God being totally manifested to the world. This for the express Glory of Christ.

When He comes, He will convict the world of guilt in regard to sin and righteousness and judgment: in regard to sin, because men do not believe in me; in regard to righteousness because I am going to the Father, where you can see me no longer, and in regard to judgment because the prince of this world now stands condemned.

I have much to say to you, more than you can now bear. But when he, the Spirit of truth comes he will guide you into all truth. He will not speak on is own; he will speak only what he hears, and he will tell you what is yet to come. he will bring glory to me by taking from what is mine and make it known to you. Jn 16:8-15

 

That the Christian carries around in them the Express Light of the World. All they have to do is to let it shine in greater intensity than the sun that is in the sky, by being completely obedient to the whole of God in the same measure as Christ is, and that he has empowered us to be by Sanctifying Himself for us that we would bring God the Father much glory.

the mental significance shows in that we have no fear of failure, no fear of being found wanting, no fear of rejection by the Father as we bring our requests to Him. For he who doubts is not living by faith in the Son of Man. We are protected by the greatest insurance policy (we don’t just own a piece of the rock, we are a part of the Rock: Jesus Christ) which money cannot buy; but only grace can provide: the NAME of the Living God. If we would but be faithfully-obedient to the Mind of Christ: the Blessed Holy Spirit we could do anything for the glory of the Living God. All things we possess in-Christ’s NAME: Christian – for the edifying of the body so that the world will know truly indeed God sent His Son Jesus into the world, to save sinners. The mental significance shows how much we believe that God the Father can “protect us from the evil one.”! Let us so answer the standing call and be the bearers of the Divine NAME and show to the world what only Christians can do: reveal the exact representation of His being, by being fully obedient to the express will of God.

B.3. The physical significance.

 

 

C. Where does this phrase occur elsewhere in the Holy Bible? It is the central theme of the cross. That Christians be in this world to show to the world that the Living Father be displayed as God.

Mt 6:13; Jn 10:29; 17:6,9,11,12,17,19,26

 

D. Is there any related passages of scripture that help you understand fuller or shed greater understanding of this particular phrase.

Ga 3:26-4:7, 5:16-18, Ep 1:17-2:10

E. Is the significance the same or is it different in its meaning? How is it different or the same?.

the same for it is the reason why Jesus was sent into the world.

The same, though stronger in context it shows that the Christian must be completely set in their faith that they show what it means to have such protection.

 

F. How is this verse important to the whole of the text?

It is the whole reason that this prayer is in existence. If God took Christians out of the world when they became Christians then there would be none left to win others to Christ. This is to prove the love the Christian has for God, that he remains in the world, so to show forth what the rest of this prayer establishes for the Christian. We need to show forth the testimony of this verse that we have all assurance through faith that God the Father is total control of the situation. We should never have a need to question God, Why? Or look at the circumstances that surrounds us as something that God is not control of. Many Christians blame God for doing things he did not do or Christians credit God for doing things He did not do either way Christians are wrong when we look only at the circumstances, and not by faith in the Son of Man. God is in control: ALWAYS! As we look to God in faith that we are not taken out of this world, that here is where he wants us to be that by careful diligence and extreme patience we are rewarded for the good that we are doing no matter where it may be displayed or how long or short the duration. God knows and God’s grace covers every situation. The Christian should take the attitude of Paul: “in all things giving God the glory, that through want or supply we are content:

I rejoice greatly in the Lord that at last you have renewed your concern for me. Indeed, you have been concerned but you hand no opportunity to show it. I am not saying this because I am in need, for I have learned to be content whatever the circumstances. I know what it is to be in need, and I know what it is to have plenty. I have learned the secret of being content in any and every situation, whether well fed or hungry, whether living in plenty or in want. I can do everything through him who gives me strength. Pp 4:10-13 NIV

 

It tells us that we will, because of who we are; guarantees the protection from the evil one. For the devil is a roaring lion going to and forth in the world searching whom he may devour. We get a second look at how we are protected from the world that as we are what God has called us to be in evidence of, and showing forth that glory by faith the devil has absolutely no power to destroy anything or devour anyone whom is wrought in the Presence of the Living God.

It puts teeth to our witness, in that Christians may say they are not of the world, but when it comes to being destroyed by the evil-one we stand unharmed, unmolested and untouched by the rage of the serpent, all the more reason why he tries to discredit the witness of the Christian. In the same way the three Hebrew children were cast into the fiery furnace and suffered no harm even to the point that their garments did not even smell of the smoke of that furnace though heated seven times hotter than normal. This verse shows how much we need to fulfill the rest of these verses in complete faith and full obedience to the same that the world see such protection and come to know Him who is altogether lovely.

The more we come to look at this chapter it is the cement that holds all the bricks together to keep each brick in place. It strength lies in unity and order. The protection comes by way of the cross and the forgiveness of sins wrought in the Christian, and in the same measure as he has forgiven everyone of their sins against him. This infrastructure shows how powerful God is against the will of Satan. This is not the same as being plucked out of Christ’s hands; but, that which shows to the world that we are in-Christ. As we are in-Him, the righteousness of Christ intervenes for us through the blood of the Lamb. His sacrifice is our protection, nothing else is possible.

 

G. How does this verse:

1. adhere to the one preceding it?It directly follows Christ’s thoughts showing that what He has been praying for is for our admonition, in that we are seen differently than what we used be known as. We are now strangers and aliens on earth. This leads also for the reason why we need the next verse for the devil does not love us one bit for forfeiting this world’s pleasures for Everlasting Righteousness. It is the sanctification that shows who we are and how we are sanctified, that it protects us. This portion of this verse shows us why we need the proceeding verse. The very presence of Christians in the world should be proof enough of Christ’s existence, let alone the devils rampage against them. If Christians were of this world there would be no need for this portion, for the devil would not bother them at all. In fact he likes it when Christians are of that way.

  1. adhere to the one following it? The same thought but in a different degree of what this verse adds to the fullness of the degree.
  2. Adhere to whole text? This verse brings about a portion that is pertinent to the whole of the prayer and is in part leading to a transition to the purpose for which it brings into focus the reason of this verse and those that follow it. The power of prayer, defines  those words in this context. These verses show a fluid text, that naturally proceeds from verse to verse. 
  3. Adhere to pertinent Scriptures? As Christians in a world that is worldly, and a people who are not to be identified with the world. This verse could be one of those verses that define in a nutshell the whole of Scriptures. God's people have always, should always, declare there separateness. Just as God called the Israelite's to be a holy nation a kingdom of priests.

 

H. What does this verse reveal to you in its highest caliber?

Christians are in-a-rock and in a hard spot. In one instance they are not of this world. So what does the world do with them? Good question. They hate them of course. There is no love lost on Christians by the world for Jesus said if they loved me they will love you too. If they hate you remember they hated me first. Jesus warned us that in this life we will have tribulation and trials and persecution but be of good cheer for He has overcome the world. The Christian has no rights as far as the world is concerned or for that matter; rights that the Christian should be concerned with – for these are of the world, and speak of the world. The Christian is to show that what has happened to her or him is to show forth that this all surpassing glory is from God, and not from ourselves. That as we are facing these differing forms of persecution, they are for Christ’s glorification within us, for the world is goaded by Satan to destroy Christ’s witness: the Christian. We are to show to the world that our love for God outweighs everything that we may glorify God in all things, the more we are persecuted on account of the righteousness of Christ and His word the more glory for God. If we are destroying the works of the devil with the NAME that is above all NAMEs then this too brings God more glory. It is only, when Christians behave like the world and want the rights of the world that we become the Laodicean church or worldly rights for we are not of this world and should not act like it in any capacity or measure; for everything that we have need of Our God will supply if we but have faith as a grain of mustard seed. Every thing that we desire to own exists in Heaven, and everything on earth that we desire rests in the heart of every living human being: their soul for the love of God, all other things is of the world.

Christianity is the place where Heaven collides with Hell on a constant basis. As we who are emblems of Living Bread and Holy Wine we show to the world what in the natural realm is impossible – Spirit-filled and Spirit-led individuals that are physically, spiritually and mentally not of this world. The world cannot fathom us. We are an enigma, something that exists yet is unexplainable as to how they function. For we act contrary to the thinking of the world, we don’t just go in the opposite direction, we are so different that we could be called Christians. A lifestyle that says, I am a born from above, of another nature, one that is supernatural, born of the living God.

That Christ has given us such an ability and power to proclaim the Living Gospel. To produce in ourselves the very Presence of the Living God. To bring forth the Life of the Savior to the world in a caliber that shows to the world that we are not of this world; but totally and completely sanctified in-Christ. For this reason we are protected because Satan desires nothing better than our total annihilation. In fact, he tries to do everything in this world to take the Christian out of it. Christianity is to be seen as one that shows to the world the caliber that can keep its adherents “one”. When this occurs people see the “one true Church” that Jesus has called for here. Just as our oneness with the God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit protect us from the evil one; so through our oneness with one another protects one another, showing that our love is greater than that of the world. In this God binds our hearts together in one accord and in the power of Jesus’ NAME shows to the world how much we are protected from the evil-one, for he is powerless when the Church is one.

I. How does this verse impact your Christian experience and challenge you in your relationship with the Lord God Almighty?

  1. In the aspect of holiness?

As the people of God, Jesus reiterates the whole purpose for which God has always called out His people as one of distinction from the world. Here we see God’s continuous plan unfolding throughout history from one unto the many and then back again to the One thus back to the many. In the area of holiness, the church has to see itself not as supplanting Israel but being made one with Israel’s calling. The church universal has one job to accomplish to prove to the world it has been called out from the world. That God keeps His people from the evil one. History then is the dialog of that antagonism of Satan for the people of God and God’s people rising above the power of Satan to destroy them.

  1. In the nature of the fullness of the Spirit?

The only source of that keeping them from the evil one, or from his temptations and waywardness. The mind of Christ is the fullness of the Spirit to bring all Christians from one end of the world to the next till His return. Only by the Spirit’s fullness can we overcome the world for this is the same context for which Christ overcame the world.

  1. In your Christian development of the Christian gifts to edify the body of Christ?

 

As a Christian in this world but designated not of it, I should by the very presence in the world make a distinction from it. This is not to be stand-offish, or so strange they want to drive a stake through my heart, but one that declares to the world: God resides within. To show that as a Christian there is not only the standard by which I speak and a life by which I prove that God is in-me, but it immediately is the Holy Spirit dealing with the problem of the world namely: sin. Christians should rub people the wrong way, for sin can-not participate in righteousness and is aggravated by the mere light that shows its sin-fullness. Christians must so condemn sin by the way they live, that like Christ when the demons saw him afar off said, “what have we to do with thee, hast thou come to torture us before it is time”. As a Christian I cannot wage my war as the world does, but as the very love of God struggled with Jacob till he was overcome, but received the blessing of God: eternal salvation and so changed from the beggarly world known as Jacob to the supernatural NAME as Israel: He who has power with God. The Christian shows to the world a quality that is not characteristic of this world. So blinding in it that they should have no trouble in pointing us out in a crowd. Christians are marked; because they are in-Christ and so not of this world.

 

L. Personal response: Full response on all conclusions, thoughts and meditations and related portions to this verse.

The world is a strange place to the Christian, foreign ground alienation exists everywhere. Yet as a Christian we are not alone for God and Christ and the Holy Spirit are in us. Yet this world is not our home. We possess nothing of the world for there is nothing of this world that we have a desire to possess. There is no rest in the world for we are not yet at home in our heavenly dwelling, yet we are at rest in-Christ for the glory of God the Father. Where better to be! In-Christ and in the world showing forth the very Presence of God in us so that He may be glorified through our obedience. As we walk in this world we have fellowship with those who are of the same nature: His Bread: His flesh. We have fellowship with those who breathe the same Spirit: His Wine: His Holy Spirit. And so the world sees these powerful elements as something that is foreign to the world. As they taste them, eat of them, eat our flesh and drink our blood; they are either, destroyed or changed into what they are participating in: our Holy Communion with God’s Only Begotten Son. Christians have a testimony that must be cast upon the waters as bread and wine for hungering and thirsting souls who are looking for the Living God. Our witness of what God has done in us shows them the way we have followed ourselves and that they can come too, if they only believe and by faith accepting God’s gracious offer through the sacrificing of His Only Begotten Son enjoy the Fruit of Everlasting Life: the Fruit of the Spirit.

Christians are a minority group of individuals for they are only as strong as they are one. The protection from the evil shows that we are indeed who we say we are. This is not self-imposed tribulation or hatred that stems from any other position but in-Christ. For if we are in-Christ there is no other group that can claim the same message and act differently from one another as one race is from another upon the earth. Only the One-True-Church of the One-True-God is protected “from the evil one”! The Church sanctifies her position by displaying to the world what no other group could do: oneness with the Living God. This does not designate that only one denomination has this caliber of representation but that as that group of faithful adherents are completely obedient the proof will be Christ evident. In that they will display the Glory of the Living God. This is what brings the wrath of the devil and the need for the protection from the same.

We look to make each congregation of saints one that is of the caliber that reveals God the Father, by the Glory of His Son being totally manifested in-them! There can be no other, exist no other, revealed of no other: than the one that declares such a position. The world trembles and the devil fears that awesome cloud that reveals the Shekinah Glory Cloud: Jehovah Shammah: the LORD of Glory is there!

PART III: CONCLUSION TO THIS VERSE

ACCOUNTABILITY FOR LIVING IT OUT

  1. From your E.R. outline involved in the study of this verse what teaching or preaching does it speak to you to implement?
  1. In your personal timeframe
  2. In your church element.
  3. In the world at large.

Formation Aspects:

This study involves the different aspects of ‘Christian’, ‘Spiritual’, ‘Holy’, ‘Love’, ‘Glory’ and ‘Formation’ then tying them together in ‘C.S.H.G.L.F.’ aspects as follows

  1. Christian aspects: In that it follows the teachings of Christ, in becoming born again, (born of the Spirit of God) requiring one to follow by their being filled with the Holy Spirit for empowerment to live a Christ-like, to seek to follow the Spirit with continued fillings for continued blessings of His Life with the New Testament or New Covenant presented in Christ Jesus to fulfill all righteousness and holiness.
  2. Spiritual aspects: The work which is defined expressly by the Holy Spirit within the inner man in one’s direct spiritual formation to create in one the dialog and nomenclature by what work the things accomplished in the Christian are displayed. To give the only possible answer of how these things are done not by us but by the Spirit of Christ living in us. (At 2:12-47)
  3. Holiness aspects: There is a definite demonstration that man is made holy for the sole purpose of reconciling one’s ongoing and growing relationship with a Holy God. Holiness that is alive, allowing the Christian to stand in God’s Presence, the throne of grace to find fellowship with the Holy Trinity and the Church.
  4. Love aspects: In that God is LOVE His only direction of His will lies in this Love towards all that His creation, purpose activity in all things. To define love as the end design of God’s omniscient, omnipresent and omnipotence to bring every believer in Christ to be an expression of God’s abiding principle of love: God is Love, and the whole and complete purpose of that ‘Love’ is to be conformed into the image of Christ.
  5. Glory aspects: see word studies. Glory in the Christian is the dynamic illustration of God’s Presence of God in Christ and Christ in the Christian in an undiluted character to show God’s acceptance of faith and obedience on the part of the Christian displaying to the world a living reflection from which is relative only to those who fully persuaded that He is able:

But when he, the Spirit of truth, comes, he will guide you into all the truth. He will not speak on his own; he will speak only what he hears, and he will tell you what is yet to come. He will bring glory to me by taking from what is mine and making it known to you. All that belongs to the Father is mine. That is why I said the Spirit will take from what is mine and make it known to you.” Jn 16:13-15 NIV

  1. Formation aspects: These paradigms above by the Holy Spirits express desires, Who is the Mind of Christ inhabiting the Christian producing what is one pattern: ‘IN-CHRIST ALONE!

Therefore, I urge you, brothers, in view of God’s mercy, to offer you bodies as living sacrifices, holy and pleasing to God – this is your spiritual act of worship. Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is – his good pleasing and perfect will. Ro 12:1-2 NIV

  1. Christian Spiritual Holy-Love Formation: In that these bring to proving that Christ is presently alive in the Christian forming him or her to direct the transformation by faith from the Spirit of Christ to confirming the radical new-birth of the Spirit. Thereby conforming one to the image of God-In-Christ as set forth by the standard of the New Testament witness: to make a nation of priests, a holy-love and righteous people belonging to our God. Thus defining from first to last it is only: “Christ in me – the hope of glory”

This study involves the different aspects of ‘Christian’, ‘Spiritual’, ‘Holy’, ‘Love’, ‘Glory’ and ‘Formation’ then tying them together in ‘C.S.H.G.L.F.’ aspects as follows

15 My prayer is not that You take them out of the world,

but that You protect them from the evil one.

a. Christian aspects: Christ is praying for the one group that needs prayers. Not that the world does not need them; yet, the only prayer the world can answer is the one which makes them a Christian. Though many Christians pray, thinking by their much speaking and time they spend in prayer, they waste it. For they are not praying for the world to come to Christ or having received the salvation of their souls pray for the fullness of the Spirit to empower them to bring the whole world under the banner of Christ. Yet this will happen unfortunately by other means. To define such protection that Christ is making intercession for them. Though the allusion is to protection from Satan’s activities, it is mainly for their overcoming the world. Secondary it is that they show forth the work of Christ in themselves to show His power is made manifest in them to glorify His Father in heaven. For all things that is done in His Name is done to glorify the Father who sent Him. Christian is Christ-like. Christian is living the Word in being faithfully-obedient to all things declaring that Christ is being accomplished in your life because this is the whole reason you remain in the world.

b. Spiritual aspects: the aspects define our formation to cry out for more of it. When we see the whole purpose of our formation is to remain in the world to accomplish the will of Christ in us. Our spiritual classifications only come from the Spirit of Christ indwelling us to accomplish every spiritual measurement defining Christ is abiding in us – and nothing else is there for us to embellish upon the things of Christ. Our spiritual enterprises are Spirit-filled, are Spirit-led, are in Spirit and in Truth. The definition we have and I truly believe it is the only one we should have is this – Rabbi, we know that you are a teacher who has come from God. For no one can perform the miraculous signs you are doing if God were not with him. Jn 3:2 NIV. In that same context, In Him we live and move and have our being. At 17:28 NIV

c. Holiness aspects: If there was any verse that was depicting holiness without the terminology or the words to be holy, this verse would espouse it. Because to keep from evil the only place for that expression to be lived out is to be holy. Protecting is not just putting a fence around something to keep out the evil one; it is about placing it in the only place that the devil cannot molest! That is in Christ alone.

d. Love aspects: perfect love casts out all fear. When we are in protective custody, we have no place where fears are permeable. We live in perfect love to show we are so filled us with His Spirit no adversary can penetrate, no power can persuade, no greater place can be found. Our love is from God, and is God-In-Christ in us – thus what we are in Christ alone! Who is Love clothed in flesh and is now dwelling in us and we in Him – in perfect love!

e. glory aspects: See 2 Corinthians chapter 4

f. formation aspects: The formation is seen as those who are in Christ. This transformation shows that they are truly in Christ, for only those who are in Christ are identified by such formation. The nature of our formation can only be ‘kept from the evil-one’ for those who are ‘kept’ have to be conformed to image of the Son. There can be no ‘keeping’ if there is no change of identity. This we see in verse 12.

g. C.S.H.L.G.F aspects: As we continue to see our whole formation in this verse is to see the fullness of that belief system for which Christ presents us in-Him fully by His-Spirit to define every – capacity – to take them out of the world – keeping them from the evil-one. Our lifestyles define such belief systems by which we are measured. Our formation is truly a measurable provision; showing, the fullness that this verse has truly occurred. Our complete salvation presently and eternally is in direct identification for which Christ has set us free. If we are not free – then we are not saved from our sins – and if we are not saved then we have not been placed in protective custody in-Christ. This is either a reality, or it is a sham. Our salvation is a reality or it is a lie, greater than any lie Satan could devise. If we are not conformed to the reality of Christ – then truly how can we believe God would do so eternally?

Prayer keeps us on active duty. Vs 15

In our prayer life we constantly recognize our need for God’s power to proclaim the truth of God to all people to show we are not of this world. Our prayers show how active we are to participate in them constantly, in all forms in all kinds to declare the truths of God’s lifestyle abiding in us. We pray – the world trembles. We pray – the world responds – the world trembles again. The only way the world does not tremble – is if we forget to pray.

Prayer keeps us in-Christ. Vs 15

Our lifestyle in-Christ determines how we pray. It declares there is one thing we want to see is Christ formed in every one we see, hear, know and even of those we don’t know. Prayer is a life having believed we increase in it, to declare the mighty power of God to show God’s people are not of this world, thus we are not of the world or pray as the world prayers. We pray because He prays. We pray because we love Him for we are kept by such prayer – in-Christ! We love – we pray! We are kept – we pray! We are holy – we pray! God’s people are that they pray.

STEP16: Sitz im Leben (Setting in Life)

  1. Seek to define which type of Sitz im Leben (Setting in Life) of the Holy Scripture one is wanting to study. Is it: Parable, Historical, Revelation (Special17, General18 Natural19) Doctrine or Other (give description as to why it is in this category)

In this portion it deals with ‘special revelation’ for it reveals that our salvation in Christ is not a mere static form, but one that a purpose in the formation. The life-setting in which we define to the world is one we recognize our status in-Christ is one that presents itself as not of this world, being set apart from it, being made acknowledged in the redemptive process. Christ has come to place us in category of Himself as being not apart of this world, as revealed also in other places, to give the Christian the added consensus of our salvation is firmly established.

  1. Seek the main point of the Holy Scriptures you are studying. Do not seek an allegorical explanation a description that is not an allegorical of the Holy Scriptures. (allegory – a literary, dramatic or pictorial device in which each literal character, object, and event presents a symbolic interpretation) pages 45-50 stein

The main point of this verse is for identification of the Christian in that he remains, almost in a way that Jesus said of the disciple that he loved, that if he chose that he remain till he returned is that, follow me. There are those that have gone on into the awaiting for those who are still alive will be caught up together. The passage is to show we are not kept from tragedy, natural harm, even death but that we are hemmed in as mother hen gathers her chicks for protection and comfort.

  1. Seek to understand the original Sitz im Leben (Setting in Life) uttered of the Holy Scriptures.

Jesus alone with the rest of His High Priestly prayer brings all this completion to the work of salvation. In the regards of stating to their purpose of their not just remaining in the world, but His primary concern to keep them from temptation, almost as utterance of His Lord’s prayer,

‘Lead us not in temptation,

but deliver us from the evil one’.

  1. Seek to understand how the person in the text interpreted the Holy Scriptures in their own ‘sitz im leben’?

See no. 2

  1. Seek to understand what the Holy Spirit meant when it was revealed by the ‘sitz im leben’?

Jesus in bring forth the deliverance of our being in His provision of His salvation. That we would come to realize the need for us to stay behind, not only to receive the Holy Spirit to be the witnesses of His coming into the world. Truly to show to the world that He was obedient to the will of God the Father. Jesus was not merely concerned as a parent leaving behind one’s children, but in a major emphasis of their full salvation being in-Him. The working out of His salvation in their lives would be that petition to show not only, these disciples who were to become His 12 apostles, but also those who believe on His Name.

  1. What can we learn from the text that is applicable to one’s own ‘sitz im leben’?

That as a Christian birthed by the Spirit of the Living God, subsequently by that same faith I am filled with His Spirit to be full, and kept full by subsequent fillings to realize the ramifications of my being in the world but not of the world, my being in the world but kept from the world, my being in the world but kept from the devices of the evil one, my being in the world but being kept from purpose for which Satan would surely destroy all record of my witness of Christ’s salvation in me.

Meditation Exercises:

Meditation exercise one:

I pray

I pray not that Thou shouldest

I pray not that Thou shouldest take them out of the world,

I pray not that Thou shouldest take them out of the world, but that Thou shouldest keep

I pray not that Thou shouldest take them out of the world, but that Thou shouldest keep them from

I pray not that Thou shouldest take them out of the world, but that Thou shouldest keep them from the evil.

Meditation exercise two:

I pray not that Thou shouldest

I pray not that Thou shouldest take them

I pray not that Thou shouldest take them out of the world,

I pray not but that Thou shouldest keep them from the evil.

I pray not but that Thou shouldest keep them from the evil.

I pray not that Thou shouldest take them out of the world,

I pray not that Thou shouldest take them

I pray not that Thou shouldest

Meditation exercise three:

I pray I pray Thou shouldest keep them from the evil.

I pray I pray Thou shouldest keep them from the evil.

I pray not that Thou shouldest take them out of the world,

I pray I pray I pray Thou shouldest keep them from the evil.

FULL RESPONSE TO INDIVIDUAL VERSES AND CONCLUSIONS

As in every verse we come to its conclusion, knowing it is only resting for awhile before going on. Even in this verse there is more to glean for another time. The words we see and hear echoing back up to the beginning of Christ’s prayer and thus being a fuller desire as He continued. A verse as several that seem just to be linked to others only reveals a greater depth and more of the wonder of this prayer to come. Who can say, how much more is yet to be revealed fuller of this verse, I know much more than this small portion that I have been allowed to come along and for a measurement of my life, be awed in such splendor of the Son who came to set this captive free.

Words beginning: 8257

Words ending: 13,828

1Words and Strong’s numbers taken from the gospel of John, The Interlinear Bible One Volume Edition Second edition © 1986. By Jay P. Green Sr, Trinitarian Bible Society copyright © 1976

2The purpose of these numbered-lettered tiles are for future notes and referencing within the individual verse and throughout the entire John 17 E.R. This to cross reference with either the individual words or groupings of words for such identification.

3Novum Testamentum Graece, Nestle-Aland 26th edition © 1979, Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft, Stuttgart; The Greek New Testament, 3rd edition © 1975, United Bible Societies, London

4Hebrew – Greek Key Word Study Bible New International Version, AMG Publishers Chattanooga, TN 37422 Exec. Ed.Spiros Zodhiates, Th.D., Mang. Ed. Warren Baker, Tim Rake & David Kemp Assoc. Ed. Lexical Aids to the New Testamen t© 1996 pg 1610 number 1511

5Strong’s Gr. Dict. Pg 10 col 1

6Strong’s Greek Dict. Page59 col 2

7Strong’s Greek Dict. Page59 col 2

8Strong’s Gr. Dict. Pg 17 col 2

9Strong’s Greek Dict. Pg 37 col. 3

10American pg. 434 col. 2

11Vine’s pg. 1245

12Strong’s Gr. Dict. Pg 26 col 1

13Strong’s Greek Dict. Pg 53 col. 1

14Strong’s Greek Dict. Pg 32 col 3

15When we look at each one of these verses individually as fitting this description. One will see them in their own way has a specific focus, a specific purpose and important reason for being here and without each one, we lose out. Therefore instead of choosing one verse out of all them, I have respectfully looked at each qualifying for the spot.

16Stein’s pg 51 ff.

17Special Revelation we refer to the redemptive purpose of God manifested in Christ Jesus, as over against the more general revelation of His power against the more general revelation of His power as manifested in His creative works. (Christian Theology pg 135 H. Orton Wiley.)

18General Revelation is basic and fundamental, but from the very nature of things, implies a revelation on a higher and personal plane. (Christian Theology pg 135 H. Orton Wiley.)

19Natural Revelation is that which comes from the natural world pointing to a Creator, Laws, forces, and other viewable, or instinctual sources to give a revelation of the source behind that natural cause.

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The True Valentine

The True Valentine is Jesus Christ for he is a love letter a living love letter from God. He is living in us to make us into a love letter to the world. One that is so overflowing with love that the Christian is remarkable in the display. We are to be extravagant, sagacious so overflowing with it that we become fools of such dimensions of love. That we become so radical in our love that no amount of any other radical religion or non-religious activity could make any defense to thwart or even rally against it. We talk a lot about the ‘LOVE; which is ‘GOD’ even quoting Scriptures on it and against it. But exactly what is the “God is Love” answer we must be consumed with? If God’s eternal is love then it is evident as the basis by which God is eternally known not just now but in the past and in all future experiences that God does. What can we see as God’s love is His Love because this Love only defines God because it is God’s love that God is love then it can only be defined by God. Thus God must then reveal that love as in the same context – He is the only one who can produce His love. Beyond this, we have no hope of identifying what loves is. Man, in the beginning, was created, with the ‘Imago Dei’ the image of God and this is in the image of love – before we can continue this discourse about love we must also realize God is Holy. What then does Holy have to do with Love? God’s nature is Holy Holy Holy so how do we bring these two natures seemingly total contrary to one another/ But they are in truth the same substance. For God is undiluted with no one nature that is more than the other or less than all others. Thus love is only holy-love and love is love-holy. So we are still without a definition or revealing or revelation what is this ‘holy-love’ for which the Holy Bible gives credence to? In the creation of man, this is the beginning of revealing what Holy-love means. God formed man of the dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life. Adam could say he looked into a mirror reflection or image of himself; yet, Adam as yet had not seen his own reflection. God showed him how unique he was in that image-bearing. God brought all the animals to Adam for him to name, but Adam did not see his reflection in any of them. The search seemed unfulfilled however it was not a search God wanted to show Adam. He wanted Adam to know how special man’s own uniqueness was different from the rest of God’s creation. His reflection was not forthcoming. Adam was then put into a deep sleep from which part of his answer was to come. When God re-awoke Adam, He God brought to Adam a reflection of himself. Adam could tell there was connective tissue, for she was the flesh of his flesh and bone of his bone, for she had come out of from him. He was ‘ish’ and she was ‘isha’ for she was taken out of man. The ‘imago Dei’ was now a shared experience and a shared unity between the man and the woman. They both were naked and not ashamed. They had intimacy with one another and with God. Then the disaster came. The tempter came and placed a totally different ‘image-bearer’ before them. ‘To be like God’ – yet man was already there! Why did he want more? They were perfect. They were in a perfect world, a perfect life, a perfect garden, a perfect condition there wasn’t anything that wasn’t perfect. Except, now Satan came to recast their image in his own image and the only way to recast their image in his own image and the only way that could happen is if the man would choose to switch or swap images. It always sounds good a swapping to get something better. To exchange one thing for more than that one thing and yet Adam thought it out so the tempter worked backward from the way the One True God acted. God created Adam then from Adam he took part and created Eve. So Satan tempted Eve by deception promising her to be on equal footing with God and Adam because she knew she was not first but second. She wanted to be first and having been beguiled, she bit the fruit and nothing happened to her. Adam was standing right beside her all the while the temptation was taking place. Since Adam saw no changer in Eve’s demeanor or die – so he took the bait hook line and sunk deep into sin. The ‘Imago Dei’ was destroyed Adam instantly knew, they both knew the horror of such a decision. Their perfect relationship with God, with one another with all of creation was destroyed and exchanged from the image of God to their new image of sin: Satan’s Indwelling Nature.

So where does Holy love reveal that of God? In the salvation of man. For God’s Holy-Love was demonstrated in that man was not destroyed or had died. In truth, God could have made another Adam, just like him or in fact another even after another likeness. God could have – and truly who would there be to tell us any different? Satan? He is a liar and the father of liars. If we believe Satan, death is always the result. God’s redemption in Christ shows what holy love is! For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son that whosoever believes in Him shall not perish but have everlasting life. Holy-Love defines from the foundation of the world God’s Holy-Love in Christ alone. Holy-Love is perfectly revealed not in restoration but in a transformation of us into His Holy-Love by being made partakers of the divine nature of God. God’s Holy-love is revealed in every heart where Holy-Love’s transformation has been taken in full in the Christian bearing about this ‘holy-love-letter’ or this ‘Living Valentine’ to the world. 2 Cor. 3:3

 

 

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God’s Word

 

 

63. God’s Word

But as many as received him, to them gave the power to become the sons of God, even

to them that believe on his name: Which were born, not of blood, nor of the will of the

flesh, nor of the will of man, but of God. And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among

us, (and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father,) full of grace

and truth. John 1:12-14 KJV

 

The Word spoke ‘let there be light’,

A path to make our sod bright,

What was is and was to come,

Faith to install His kingdom

His power caused His life to grow,

The Maker of all things to sow,

Through this grace light came full grown,

And graces power was known.

The Word spoke let there be light,

Thus came written letters sight, ,

The words turned pages on,

Line upon line the Word did run, ,

Grace carried us along

Filling fuller faithful strong

Fully He came fully known,

Grace’s flood came to atone.

The Word spoke ‘Let there be light’,

The star shone into the night,

The news spread far and wide,

The angels came, to abide,

Some heavenly, some of earth, ,

Gifts and words to share his birth,

Grace’s strength waxed greater still,

Where He walked He was God’s will.

The Word spoke ‘I Am the Light’,

Walk in me so you will be bright,

These Words that I am to show,

Are Words God wants you to know,

That in your spirit will birth,

A new life filled not of earth,

Grace will flood your earthly sod,

To fulfill The Word of God.

My Word will become your light,

My Life will burn in you bright,

Everything you do and say,

Shows My Life – Spirit – Glory – Way,

Truth to Live My gift to share

Love that is eternity’s fare

That grace shall increase to you,

For God’s grace grants us to do.

The words you speak are my words,

The path you walk all may afford,

Here is the Spirit that speaks,

Salvation for all to seek,

That graces flood comes through,

To be faithful in all you do,

For it is not you – but Me,

The Word became flesh – you to be.

12/10/11

Ivan J. Bradley Jr

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Does the Cross Still Speak

25. Does the Cross Still Speak

As I cast my gaze upon that frozen wooden scene

Do I see the emblem of my glorious liberty?

What things fill my hear, mind and spirit be

Does the Spirit who lives, still inwardly green

As I take each gaze deeper more intensely

Do I see His blood stains fading blindly?

Or by His grace are they cast more brilliantly

Does the cross still speak immensely?

As years have come and gone thru’ the ages

When my name was added to His Holy ledger

As on this path I continually follow after

Has the world felt the grace of his wages?

Where once it spoke of all my nature’s stain

That He was crushed for me, the Holy One of God

Does the cross still speak of graces flood?

That drew me on that path of Adam’s bane

As I see the wooden frame where death makes free

And the width of one that in its’ hour bore

Does the cross still speak as before?

“It is finished” for all eternity

As I gaze upon that cruel wooden stage

And see the eternal plan of God unfold

The life of the Holy One foretold

That was penned on Eternity’s page

Does the cross still speak to crucify

The world and its glory to come and dine

The feast still laden with Heaven’s Bread and Holy Wine

That in death’s finest gown does completely mortify

When at that frozen wooden scene I stand so weak

And cast all my hopes and pour my visions drink

When all my nature’s dross turns to ink

And writes “It is finished” then the cross will speak.

Ivan J. Bradley Jr

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What Kind of Church?

26. What Kind of Church?
 
If we could stir up all the hope in Christ we know
What kind of Church would God find here below?
If we would sing of all the miracles God bestows
What kind of Church would we grow?
If we would totally pour out our treasure chest of love
What kind of Church would people be speaking of?
If we would speak of all the joy we possess
What kind of Church would God richly bless?
If we would display all our peace with God
What kind of Church would be so hallowed?
If we could give all the patience God has to us shown
What kind of Church would be known?
If we would share all the kindness he has poured out
What kind of Church could we shout about?
If we would all Christ’s goodness display
What kind of Church would we know today?
If we would in gentleness all things care
What kind of Church could we compare?
If we would all manner of faithfulness shine
What kind of Church would be yours and mine?
If we would show all the Spirit’s self-control
What kind of Church would find that fainting soul?
If we would set our total worth in the cross
What kind of Church would find any dross?
If we would in all the fullness of Christ measure
What kind of Church could find a greater treasure?
 
2/28/99
 
Ivan J. Bradley Jr
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
27. Love Came To Earth
 
God’s Love came to earth in a manger of hay
His Brightness dimmed, but by one star he lay
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Rooting out unbelief

 

 

Journal note: The power of unbelief is horrendous. For it gives us no reward, gives us no opportunity for growth. It gives nothing, and yet it destroys everything you will as a Christian grows in all things especially in the area of intimacy with God. Unbelief needs to be rooted out of your Christian lifestyle. How do we do that?
Simply remember:
    1. God is greater than anything you can imagine Him to be like. We only have our knowledge of Him because He chooses to impart that through revelation.
  • God is stronger than any measuring device we have or will ever encounter, thus He can overcome everything in your life with faithful-obedience. Christ said, ‘Be of good cheer I have overcome the world’.
  • God is beyond our understanding thus there is nothing we can establish that gives God credibility but Himself. He stands alone in incomprehensible. His Ways are past finding out. His infinite infiniteness only is magnified the more He reveals of Himself.
  • God has proven Himself to be God. He has made Himself known completely in Christ Jesus for us to have such the fullness of knowing Him.
Now you ask what do these 4 have to do with intimacy? Simply this – He chooses to have intimacy with you and I. We could not force Him if He did not totally desire for such intimacy to occur. God chose us in Christ before the foundation of the world to have intimacy with them and this is ever-increasing-eternally. In the Christian experience, therefore, we have truly come to the place where we meet with God and He with us and it is a perfect place for intimacy, revelation of that intimacy, continuation of that intimacy and proving He delights in giving that intimacy for it is all summed up in the very person: Jesus Christ.
15 For this reason, ever since I heard about your faith in the Lord Jesus and your love for all God’s people, 16 I have not stopped giving thanks for you, remembering you in my prayers. 17 I keep asking that the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the glorious Father, may give you the Spirit[f] of wisdom and revelation, so that you may know him better. 18 I pray that the eyes of your heart may be enlightened in order that you may know the hope to which he has called you, the riches of his glorious inheritance in his holy people, 19 and his incomparably great power for us who believe. That power is the same as the mighty strength 20 he exerted when he raised Christ from the dead and seated him at his right hand in the heavenly realms, 21 far above all rule and authority, power and dominion, and every name that is invoked, not only in the present age but also in the one to come. 22 And God placed all things under his feet and appointed him to be head over everything for the church, 23 which is his body, the fullness of him who fills everything in every way.
Scripture Ephesians 1:15-23 NIV Source: Biblegateway.com

 

 

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Intimacy with God

Intimacy is not a new or novel idea. It is an eternal one. It is what God is. God is Love. As such love involves intimacy at every level, there is nothing, outside of love in God’s community of the Triune Godhead. Thus, as He is undiluted in His love, He is also undiluted in being Holy Holy Holy. This is not a sanctification process within God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. It is undiluted in His being God. His love though not expressed in the trinity is in the same way when John says God is Love. One attribute never overrules the other or is the first place with the others. They are one in perfect harmony. perfect glory, perfect identity. One cannot divide God’s attributes into a singular concept, though theologians tried they fail when they don’t state this fact.

God is indivisible in His attributes.

When we recognize intimacy for its purpose in our life as a Christian, we come to live in undiltuted states, though not in the same immeasurableness and infinite undiluted all-mighty conclusions for which God is God. We are one undiluted with His Love, as with His Holiness as with His the fruit of the Spirit. Yet, this does not make us as Gods, it does make us partakers of the divine nature of God for the one purpose of intimacy with them and with one another. Intimacy cannot remain alone, it seeks to grow in grace, expression, in identifying one another in-Christ as of equal basis. Billy Graham, Paul the Apostle no Christian is more or less in that arena of intimacy! God’s wonderful grace gives us that equality for Christ is that equalizer.

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Poem: What would we say?

105. What would we say?

Would we speak of golden words if we knew
That you were here and tomorrow walking in heaven’s dew
Would we say the words that would be all the more golden true
Than ones which would only define another day assure
If we knew we would but see we had only one sunset or day to rise
Would the words we would choose to say be more wise
If our hearts had but a little road left to longer travel
Would we stop and make the wait available
If all that we were to speak was spoken today
Showing that it was full no more needed to say
Would we speak words that were truly golden
From the heart and not something trivially spoken
What would we change if the day was eternally done
And our hearts where to find only writing on a stone
With words which were no longer heard but to our ears alone
Where no measure of tears could carry no strength to barter
One more moment to say to one another what really matters
Thus should we not speak today as if the day we chose
Upon our lives if one or hundred a thousand more arose
Let such words be golden now, so no sorrow we would know
No lessons learned for which no definitions would show
Take the day let your words be as those are worth to adorn
All the measure of the heart and always loves best born
So those who know you hear what they need today
From you, as to be the best you have for them to say
It was full no more could I request, no more could be sown
To completely know your love is on everything that is spoken

10/8/18

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Unbelief or faithfullness

Therefore, I urge you, brothers, in view of God’s mercy, to offer your bodies as living sacrifices, holy and pleasing to God—this is your spiritual act of worship. 2 Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will. Rom 12:1-2 NIV

Transformation is only possible because God’s Spirit is allowed to accomplish it. For if we do not believe such power can be performed in our life, no activity of God’s Spirit will be possible. For unbelief, it is as cold is to yeast in a batch of dough trying to rise – it retards it causing it not to expand as it should. Unbelief stifles ones faith and kills it not permitting it to produce the greatest outcome in Christ Jesus.

Of all the things that Jesus did, the one thing that stifled His power to heal the sick even raise the dead was the unbelief of men’s hearts. He even marveled at its depths in which destroys God’s greatest witness: the Son of God. Unbelief runs rampant in today’s churches. We see it in many forms. However the majority of them are under one aspect; that, of thinking we cannot be freed from our sins or that we can’t stop sinning. They call themselves Christian sinners. Not realizing the horrendous lie they have swallowed by Satan. For this unbelief says that Christ’s sacrifice on the cross was inadequate to fully cleanse one of sins or the power to destroy the ‘sarx’ the sinful nature which we inherited from Adam. This unbelief reigns because Christian’s are powerless, faithless, workaholics in works of self-righteousness and rampant with professing we are filled with the Spirit. Which is impossible!

If Christ be not formed in you and the Holy Spirit: The Mind of Christ is not alive in you doing what He defines in you, what He desires in you, what He speaks through you and what He decrees, He is God in you. Our life is but a walk constantly in this hour to show Him by our only capacity to be faithfully-obedient by putting to death all things which will not produce such identification – Christ in you the hope of glory! Do not let unbelief reign in any measurement to allowing Christ be fully identified in you – 100% Him – 0% you! Only unbelief will stop you. The world cannot stop you, and God will not because that is His good, pleasing and perfect will for you; thus the only one left in this equation is – ‘you’.

Even now – unbelief reigns because Christ is calling you to crucify it completely. Do not say ‘I believe what you are saying’ then do not do it! If you believe this is the will of Christ for your life then it does not come by my saying so. It comes because the Holy Spirit convicts you it is so! Remember only unbelief can stifle and kill what the Holy Spirit is speaking to your heart. He alone is the producer of Christ. He alone is the qualifying agency of Christ’s Spirit in you. He alone is doing the work of Christ in your life. He is your all in all. Your only response to Him and that response He asks is that you be ‘faithfully obedient’ to His will.

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