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  • nthorpe wrote a new blog post: Statute…   8 years, 11 months ago · View

    Statute…When There Is No Negotiation, Negotiate The Cross! Weekly Reading Numbers 19:1-22:1 Judges 11:1-33 ICorinthians 1:20-31 John 3:10-21 **Volume Reading:   The Book of Nehemiah __________________________________ Weekly Commentary Statute…The Terrorist Negotiation Begins Numbers 19:1-22:1 What will the leader forfeit for his people?  Israel was a moving military.  Everyone who saw her knew just how dangerous she was.  Even when she asked nicely to be allowed permission to cross through other […]

  • nthorpe wrote a new blog post: Still Pregnant? That’s Good!   8 years, 12 months ago · View

     It’s hard work to hold on to something un-natural.  But pretty soon, supernatural will become natural to you; giving birth to things of the spirit, and manifesting those good things through your flesh. How can you be sure that you are still carrying the vision that God gave you after Pesach (Passover) this year? How can […]

  • nthorpe wrote a new blog post: Korah…   9 years ago · View

    KORAH VS. TORAH…CHOOSE THE RIGHT SIDE Weekly Reading Numbers 16:1-18:32 I. Samuel 11:14-12:22 Romans 13: 1-7 ** Volume Reading:  The Book of Nehemiah _________________________ Weekly Commentary Korah…was set up Numbers 16:1-18:32 –The Set Up Sometimes God sets you up. If you haven’t been working with him, you’ve been set up to be cut off; sent out of his community. If you have been walking with him, […]

  • nthorpe wrote a new blog post: Send Forth…   9 years ago · View

    SEND FORTH… EXCELLENCE!  Weekly Reading  Numbers 13:1-15:41 Joshua 2:1-24 Hebrews 3:7-19 _________________________ Weekly Commentary Send Forth… the expected results Numbers 13:1-15:41 Well, Moses knew that 12 was the number for producing and 7 was the number for working profitably.  So what happend?  Were the wrong men sent?  Was the timing off?  Was the assignment too difficult?  No.  The staff missed a step. Before we can […]

  • nthorpe wrote a new blog post: Setting Up Good Work   9 years ago · View

    Be Prepared By the Due Date! Your current assignment is almost due (in August) and your new assignment is just around the corner from the due date (September/October). Don’t be caught passing in inadequate work when you were designed to be excellent! Use these tools to help you. ____________________________ Pro-Active:Read a week ahead […]

  • nthorpe wrote a new blog post: When You Set Up…   9 years ago · View

    When You Set Up…it will multiply! Weekly reading  When You Set Up…set up completely   Numbers 8:1-12:16 When You Set Up…set up thoroughly Zechariah 2:14-4:7 When You Set Up…set up correctly  I Corinthians 10:6-13 *Shavuot Reading:  Exodus 19:1-20:23 Numbers 28:26-31 Deuteronomy 14:22-16:17 Ezekiel 1:1-28-3:12 Habakah 3:1-19 Acts 1-2 *Book of Ruth _________________________ When You Set Up The Instructions,  (It) Will Multiply! What will multiply?  —  Your life vision  ________________ This week was […]

  • nthorpe wrote a new blog post: Self Examination   9 years ago · View

    *If you haven’t already done so, read the “older entry” to go over study notes before taking the exam. 1. The Vision for the Year is: ____________________(25pts) 2. The themes of the past three months have been: a. ________________ b._____________c.__________________(10pts each) 3. The instructions for each month (names of reading per week were highlighted in […]

  • nthorpe wrote a new blog post: The Self-Examination Study Notes   9 years ago · View

    Know what is going on– it affects you! During this season we have one of our quarterly reviews to see how we are doing.  Like any proficient teacher, God wants to ensure that we are retaining the information that we’ve been given.  One of the ways to “test” whether or not the teaching is sticking is to give an […]

  • nthorpe wrote a new blog post: A Life That Works For You   9 years ago · View

    Life, Carry, Take Numbers 4:21-7 When someone’s character and/or integrity is called into question by report or rumor, there is a process that was devised in order to prove guilt or innocence. The process is called the ‘swallowing of the waters’. An unfaithful person (in our reading the specifc example is a woman) would be accused of […]

  • nthorpe wrote a new blog post: Life; It takes work!   9 years ago · View

    The Program  God’s plan for you is a program of life.  In his program there are beginnings, middles, and ends.  You are given: a vision, instructions on what to do with the vision, a work assignment, corrections, and a delivery date.  It is a program that receives what you’ve produced, reviews it, and passes it back […]

  • nthorpe wrote a new blog post: In The Wilderness…   9 years ago · View

    Think Civily! In The Wilderness…You Were Trained For This The goal was to create a military that could stand against adversaries outside of the body of Israel, and could stand against adversaries inside of the body of Israel.  It was a military unit within the body that was threatening to anyone who dealt falsely; including itself– including […]

  • nthorpe wrote a new blog post: Summer Fruit!   9 years ago · View

    The summer season is busy .  God expects us to familiarize ourselves with the commandments again, and check our fruit so that we will know the difference between fruits of the spirit as oppose to works of the flesh  Don’t forget to go back and read “Summer Fruit” under the month of May.  It was preparation for what you are about to […]

  • nthorpe wrote a new blog post: In My Instructions…is the truth   9 years, 1 month ago · View

    (Week Four) May 23, 2008 – In My Instructions Reading for the week: Leviticus 26:3 – 27:34; Jerimiah 16:19 – 17:14; II Corinthians 6: 14-18; 1 Peter 1:13 -16 _______________________________________ COMMENTARY In My Instructions…are your vows Torah Commentary Leviticus 26:3-27:34 The one phrase that continuously sticks out to me in the book of Jonah is, […]

  • nthorpe wrote a new blog post: IX. Send What Is “Good” ; good-will towards men   9 years, 1 month ago · View

    What’s In December? Doing the right thing is not always easy. In fact, the truth is that it usually points you in the opposite direction of where you want to go or what you want to do. That is, until you’ve practiced long enough. Once you begin practicing doing right, sooner or later you will find […]

  • nthorpe wrote a new blog post: VIII. Be A Peacemaker; a little peace/piece goes a long way   9 years, 1 month ago · View

    What’s In November? What can be said about Jesus? Everything. But above and beyond all other descriptions, it must be said that Jesus was and is the ultimate peacemaker. He came to bind up the broken-hearted God. Often we think that means that Jesus made everyone feel good, or that a peacemaker is suppose to make […]

  • nthorpe wrote a new blog post: VII. Unity Is The Assignment; pull the ‘work-together’   9 years, 1 month ago · View

    What’s In October? God assesses us individually, but he judges us collectively. If your arm is hurting you, you realize that the pain is causing discomfort and you acknowledge that something is wrong in the arm. You do not send the arm to the doctor’s by itself. You send the arm with the rest of the […]

  • nthorpe wrote a new blog post: VI. Stand Through It; hard-hearted Hannah can be redeemed!   9 years, 1 month ago · View

    What’s In September? It’s a love story. Don’t ever forget that. No one can tell you something bad about yourself better than God. He is the only one who can insult you to the core, and make you feel like it was the best thing that ever happend to you; for one simple reason, you never […]

  • nthorpe wrote a new blog post: V. Give Your Answer; leaving something behind   9 years, 1 month ago · View

    What’s In August? No matter how much you want to, you will not accomplish everything in your lifetime. Even the most satisfied of the human race left something behind– something unfinished for the next generation. Don’t become so preoccupied with completing everything that you miss the instructions. God told David that Solomon would finish the work. […]

  • nthorpe wrote a new blog post: IV. Fill In The Gaps; finding the breach in the wall   9 years, 1 month ago · View

    What’s In July? We all have weaknesses. Even those of us who have matured in certain areas can certainly be penalized for our lack of growh in others. The biggest mistake can be made when you don’t see yourself clearly. It is as if you look at your fenced environment, lined by healthy trees, but you […]

  • nthorpe wrote a new blog post: I. Fools Rush In; wait/weight for the new word!   9 years, 1 month ago · View

    What’s In April? Before starting any new project, it is good to get a review on how you performed on the last one. If you excelled in one area, you are encouraged to maintain the good work. If you demonstrated areas of weakness, you want the opportunity to strengthen those areas by concentrating more heavily on […]

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