Understanding the Kingdom – Part 31

Understanding the Kingdom – Part 31

Biblical Life TV


It is 2017 and Dr. Lake is back with a new episode of Biblical Life TV.  In fact, 2017 is a year of pressing deeper into the Kingdom of God.  Dr. Lake explains the important of learning to abide in Christ and connects John 15 with Isaiah 5.  He also takes us step-by-step through the teaching of Jesus in John 15 on exactly how we are to abide in Christ and show our love for Almighty God.  This universal concept of loving God is uniform from Genesis to Revelation.  Once we understand this dynamic and begin applying it to our lives, we will discover great levels of God’s Kingdom!


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 newly  released book, The Sheeriyth Imperative:  Empowering the Remnant to Overcome the Gates of Hell.


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  1. Thanks a ton for this teaching! I always get excited when I see another video has been posted by Biblical Life TV! Thanks for connecting John 15 back to Isaiah 5 for us.

  2. Dr. Lake and Mary, thank you, thank you, thank you! Outstanding message and teaching. Our family is so grateful for your steadfast pressing in! We have done a 360 on our faith development since God placed you both in our lives via your podcasts and Website. Praying for your ministry. Praise, praise, praise the Lord!

    Ps we just emptied our garage of all Christmas and Easter and Halloween decorations. God is good and we want nothing more than to follow His commandments and abide in Him.

  3. A great start for the new year. Bring on the kingdom!

  4. I have voraciously read through both The Shinar Directive and The Sheeriyth Imperative! I am so grateful to be feed with some real substantial sink your teeth in meat. I have bought them for my children and recommended them to friends. Thank you so much! Yours in Messiah! Loray

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