The Power of the Shepherd’s Staff and the Last Days – Part 1
Biblical Life TV
There is an ancient Hebrew secret embedded in Gen. 1:28 that will dynamically change our understanding of Adam, the Fall, the ministry of Jesus, and the empowerment of the believer in the Last Days. Who was Jesus contrasting Himself to when He said, I am the Good Shepherd? Learn why Jesus promised that His followers would do greater works than He did in His earthly ministry.
Dr. Michael Lake is the Senior Pastor of Biblical Life Assembly, the Chancellor and Founder of Biblical Life College and Seminary, and is the author of the best-selling books, The Shinar Directive: Preparing the Way for the Son of Perdition, and The Sheeriyth Imperative: Empowering the Remnant to Overcome the Gates of Hell. Dr. Lake is a popular speaker at national Christian conferences and is a frequent guest on many Christian TV and radio/podcast programs in North America.
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Mike, That was fantastic, thanks. I don’t want the teaching to end.
Being a Messianic Jew, I have always heard (can’t remember where, since I am old) that Adam loved Eve. And he knew she had eaten of the forbidden fruit. But out of his love for her and them being inseparable, then he ate also, knowing it was wrong. And knowing he was going to die.
Have you ever heard this version?
Bo from Hawaii
In thinking it through, since Adam was right there next to Eve in the encounter, one must ask: he loved her enough to die for her, but not to defend her from the Nachash? It sounds good until you think it through.
Could you make these available as an MP3? I like listening to them at work.
They already are through our LIbSyn service. http://biblicallife.libsyn.com or you can subscribe to the KIB podcast on iTunes.
I cannot help but think of Paul describing His meeting Jesus “Saul, Saul, why do you persecute ME? It is hard for you to kick against the goads”
Wow! Amazing how the Lord disciplines His children with His staff – His goad!
Listening to this study and your discussions, I was reminded of Ephesians as a whole…this whole aspect maturity and taking up the staff in spiritual warfare. Apart from Jesus as our Messiah, our King and Chief Shepherd, I am thinking- we would be shipwrecked.
I so appreciate your studies…your delving into the ancient pictographic method of researching the hebraic meanings…personally I find it an absolute rush. So much to receive…and responsibly share! Some of us are so absolutely hungry for more…
Thank you so much for this teaching! I never realized before that Adam was the first priest in the earth and also the first shepherd.