Archives: Teachings

A Knife Brings Life

Introduction: In Caracas, Venezuela earlier this year, a 33 year old man was declared dead from a highway accident. When he was taken to the morgue, the medical examiners started the autopsy, cutting in the face – the probable point of fatal injury. When the incision took place, the doctors noticed blood coming from the […]

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Women With Issues

I was reading a story. Matthew 9:18-22, where Jesus is passing by and on his way to a synagogue official’s house, when He is in the crowd and the woman with the issue of blood for 12 years touches Him. Remember that in the Jewish life, a woman bleeding (it generally means her monthly) has […]

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Doctrine of the Trinity

Definition: The Triune God (tri=three) is composed of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. These three are individual persons, yet in union and purpose they are one. Status: The Father, Son and Holy Ghost are all equal in the Godhead. They have different functions, yet they remain equal. Functions: The […]

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The Real Treasure

When we think of the treasures brought to the manger scene: the gold, which spoke of Jesus’ deity at birth; the frankincense, which reflected the perfect life of Jesus; and the myrrh, which would proclaim the Savior’s sacrificial death, these were great treasures, to be sure. There was another treasure, which wasn’t kept in a […]

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One Word Wonder: The Word the Logos

In seeking to relate biblical truths to the secular world, God often uses imageries people know. Examples: Peter was a fisherman. How did Jesus relate the idea of following/being a disciple? By being a “fisher of men” – Peter would have comprehended the concept and knew exactly what it meant: patience, time, focus. The woman […]

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Victim/Victor

Drink in Psalm 27: ‘The Lord is MY light and my salvation (light must always come first – that puncture in the clouds of doom, despair, and shadows); whom shall I fear? The Lord is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid? Though a host should encamp against me, my heart […]

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A Personal Letter from Pastor Jean

Dear Family of Majesty: (note: Majesty Tabernacle, Jean’s first pastorate.) It is very rare that I send such a letter as this, but after prayer and the prompting of the Holy Spirit, I decided to send this letter to those of you who worship with us on a regular basis, those of you who have […]

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God in Flesh

Does the appearance fill these criteria? “Incarnate” – Greek word “Theos” and “Phanetein” “show or manifest”. Physical form – not a mirage. Can eat, sit, do physical functions. Can be in a dream or vision; a form of some sort. Exodus 3:1-3 = NAME OF GOD. Is worshipped. Accepts worship. Person will recognize Him as […]

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Welcome to the Middle of the Table

Communion Sunday is a reminder that Jesus Christ is the centerpiece of this table. He is to be our eternal focus and we find our lives as we put Him central to all. Saying grace at the table – “grace” is the Greek word “charis” and our attention here is that it conveys not just […]

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Our Focus on Thanksgiving

YOU’VE HEARD OF PHILOSOPHY, THEOLOGY, AND EVEN THE DOXOLOGY. I’VE MADE UP THIS TERM: THANKOLOGY – THE STUDY OF THANKING GOD. WITHOUT IT, THERE IS NO DOOR OF ACCESS INTO THE GATES OF GOD’S PRESENCE (ENTER INTO HIS GATES WITH THANKSGIVING…..PSALM 100). THIS PSALM IS LOCATED IN THE FOURTH BOOK OF THE PSALMS -THEY ARE […]

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