Understanding the Kingdom – Part 34

Understanding the Kingdom – Part 34

Biblical Life TV

In this powerful lesson by Dr. Michael Lake, he examines the Cross from three perspectives: Apostle John (John 19), through the eyes of Heaven (Isaiah 53), and through the eyes of Messiah (Psalms 22).   Dr. Lake also examines the controversial doctrine that Jesus suffered in Hell, and biblically demonstrates that Hell itself showed up for the crucifixion!  All the suffering Jesus experienced was on the Cross.  After His death, Hell began to suffer as Jesus brought it under His feet!
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. Dr. Lake,

    Thank you for a truly powerful teaching. I enjoy your passion and the Power of the Spirit while studying with you. I will be at Branson in September and I look forward to your teaching there. May God continue to direct and protect you and your wife.

    Thanks again,
    God Bless

  2. Dear bro mike and mary WOW thanks so much praying for you

  3. Dr Lake; I concur that Jesus was totally victorious at the Cross when He said it is finished; he has fulfilled all the requirements of the Law concerning the perfect, ultimate sacrifice, he fulfilled everything written concerning him and did it in righteousness. Hobart Freeman started the JDS heresy. Thankyou for your comments in support of the truth of Jesus victory.

  4. Thank you Dr Lake for this. You really nailed it.

  5. Dr. Lake, thank you so much for sharing your vision about heaven. How amazing a privilege to see and hear the blood of Christ speaking. Oh! The blood of Jesus!

    The many colors of heaven are even reflected in the first heavens. I read in a Scientific American magazine that birds actually have for color cones and are able to see colrs we cannot. What if the female birds who look so plain in our eyes, are actually more resplendent in beauty than the male birds, but only the males birds can fathom it!? As usual you confirm things, teach me new things and challenge me and encourage me to dig deeper. You are such a blessing to my family.

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