Lord's Day Cry

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AuthorHouse, 2006 - 316 pages
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Greetings-I'm Robert Harris.http: //www.midnightministries.com). In writing Lord's Day Cry, I've combined readiness for Christ's Bridegroom Return with sound doctrine. Suitably, this book simplifies and makes plain Christ's initial return, which is not an at-once redemption-whether it is the Rapture, or Second Coming Only Teaching. Actually, both teachings negate many portions of the Scripture. Indeed, if either of these teachings represented the whole truth, then there wouldn't be a need to watch. No need to watch? No Tribulation Night? No four watches of the night? No wedding doors? No Jewish wedding? No Wedding Feast? No Bridegroom Return? No first fruits? No Like Manner Return? No Summer Harvest? No early and latter rains? No "thief like"coming? No, we are not bought with a price? These many references to Scripture, which all intricately link to the idea of a Jewish nighttime wedding, are not just allegoric and meaningless. Now Jesus warned, "Take heed to yourselves, lest at anytime your hearts be overcharged with surfeiting (overindulgence), and drunkenness, and the cares of this life, so that day come upon you unawares. . . .Watch you therefore, and pray always, that ye may be accounted worthy to escape all these things that shall come to pass, and to stand before the Son of man" (Luke 21: 34-36). Here, in praying always, it is the Christian heart that is to be sober in doctrine, and not to be overtaken with overindulgence and the cares of this life (1 Thess. 5: 6-8). Sadly, the Day of our Redemption (Eph. 4: 30), not to mention Christ's nighttime Bridegroom Return, aren't being taught in the Body of Christ. Hopefully, we can change that!

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'There is no Jew or Greek, male or female, slave or free' to God as he is not partial to race, gender or social status. Jacob was a 'gentile.' Gen 25:23. The word is 'goyim' and the KJV rendered it as 'Gentiles, nations, peoples, other.' It is always 'nations.' Two 'nations/goyim' were in Rebeka's womb.
Considering that we have a new and better covenant and that the Mosaic did not annul the previous one God ratified with Abraham and his SEED, one SEED, the Messiah, (Gal 3:17) then we should be able to distinguish that there are no 'gentiles' in our current world. The word was originated to keep the false doctrines that had already been established ongoing according to the RCC. There were never any ethic 'Jews.' If so, WHO was the first 'Jew?'
ALL nationalites are God's people in the New Covenant world. That dividing partition that kept women, the unclean and the other nationalites in the outter court was forever removed in the first century conflagration of Jerualem.
"Isreal is my firstborn SON.' Only those of faith, like Abraham, are 'Israel.' It is not the physical descendants that are Abraham's SEED but the spiritual. Paul explains this dichotomy in Gal 3 & 4.
The bible is about 2 trees, 2 seeds, 2 mts, 2 women, 2 cities. One is diametrically opposed to the other. One was of the flesh and the other is of the spirit.
The 'End of ALL things was NEAR' to them in the first century. 1 Pet 4:7
If your eschatological viewpoint is skewered, then everything else is too.
New Covenant:
New priesthood
New Law
New Name
New wine
New Song
New heaven and earth
New creation
New Jerusalem
'Behold I make ALL things NEW!'
flesh vs spirit

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A Towering Parable
The Hour You Think Not
All These Things
The Coming Tribulation Exists
The Days of Noah
An Overview of Watching
And the Bride
The Holy Commandment Identified
To Tell the Truth
The Whole Truth
And Nothing but the Truth
The Dead Church
Ephesus the Desirable?
Smyrna a Sweet Fragrance

A Like Manner Return
A Hodgepodge of That Day
The Preponderance of the Evidence for Christs Bridegroom Return
The Church of Brotherly Love
The Content Church
An Adopted Daughter?
A Final Note

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