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Understanding the Kingdom – Part 21

Understanding the Kingdom – Part 21

Biblical Life TV
We have already discovered that there was a great difference in the life of King Saul and that of King David in the Word of God.  What brought about this difference?  Was it simply the state of their hearts to begin with or was there a process of preparation in the life of David that did not exist for Saul.  Scholars estimate that David’s wilderness experience running from Saul was anywhere from eight years to twenty years.  When we examine the lives of Moses, David, Paul, and even Jesus, the wilderness is a place of challenge by the enemy, a place of learning to yield to God, and a place to learn to hear the voice of God.  This lesson will transform your perception of your wilderness experience.  God did not bring you there to die!  God brought you there to burn Egypt/Babylon out of you and replace it with the Kingdom of God and a clarity that will establish your vision, mission, and purpose in God!
Dr. Michael Lake is the Chancellor and Founder of Biblical Life College and Seminary and is the author of the best-selling book, The Shinar Directive:  Preparing the Way for the Son of Perdition, and the soon to be released book, The Sheeriyth Imperative.

 

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  1. WOW! had to stop the video 26 mins. in. I am an american citizen and appreciate living in this country, but i was baptized at the age of 14 and never voted because i was taught that my allegiance and vote was already cast for Yahweh’s kingdom and King and to this day i feel even more strongly about that understanding. Brother Lake you are correct about Yahweh’s sense of humor. I say that quite often when i am speaking to other about Him especially when it comes to His dealings with me.GOD is AWESOME!!!

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