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The First Minister
Topic Started: Dec 12 2011, 06:47 AM (627 Views)
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___The First Minister___
More than two thousand years ago, Jesus of Nazareth was conceived in the
womb of a virgin by the power of God's love- manifesting through His Holy
Spirit, that all mankind could be free by knowing the Truth, the Way, and
the Life of perfection. Jesus was born into this world and spent the first
thirty years of His life preparing for the responsibility and mission of
becoming the First Minister of the Holy Spirit on planet Earth. He waited for
His time, and when it came, He blessed the world with the sanity of God's
Word- manifesting through Him in great power and authority as the Lamb of God
who takes away the sins of the world. He recognized that the world was
wrong and that He was right, and He did something about it according to His
prophetic calling as the only begotten Son of God, the Father of all
creation. He waited for His time, and when it came, Jesus freely relinquished
Himself to the Holy Spirit without complaint, hesitation or doubt, and laid down
His life unto the enlightening and saving of all mankind according to the
will of His father in heaven. He performed miracles and healed menís souls.
He ministered all the gifts of the Holy Spirit and left instructions
through His apostles for us to do the same. He condemned those who sought to
condemn, rebuked those in need of His correction, and loved the few who
trusted and opened their hearts to Him. He spoke the truth openly and taught us
the meaning of the Word Truth. He condemned death and celebrated life like
no one had ever celebrated life before Him, or has since. He partied with
prostitutes and tax collectors and demonstrated the true nature of a Holy
Man. He took a potential ego trip and turned it into perfect time and space
instead. He constructed a new definition for the Word of Law, contributing
His actions and Words as proof of His authority over all of creation. Jesus
Christ is, was, and will always be the First Minister of the Holy Spirit of
our Father in heaven. He is the First and the Last, the Alpha and the
Omega, the Beginning and the End, Amen.
John Christopher

Isaiah + 42:1
"Here is my servant whom I have chosen, my beloved, the favorite of my
soul. I will endow him with my spirit, and he will proclaim the true faith
to the nations. He will not brawl or shout, nor will anyone hear his voice
in the streets. He will not break the crushed reed, nor put out the
smoldering wick till he has led the truth to victory: in his name the nations will
put their hope." (Matthew + 21:18)
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