Understanding Anointing

A challenge for many Christians is appreciating the distinction between the Old and New Testaments. It’s why some are strangely seeking to please God by obeying the letters of the Law of Moses. The operative covenant in this dispensation – the dispensation of grace – is the New Testament. The Old is in abeyance. And Read more about Understanding Anointing[…]

Pentecost Revisited

Let’s revisit Pentecost. In previous discourse we established that Pentecost itself was not a New Testament event. The word “Pentecost” is the Greek derivative for Feast of Weeks, or harvest festival. Pentecost means fifty, and commemorated the giving of the Law on Mount Sinai fifty days after the Exodus. The feast of Pentecost is still Read more about Pentecost Revisited[…]