Where Are The Dead?
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This is one of the most challenging yet necessary principles in all scripture. It is an essential part of biblical culture that is desperately needed in our modern times. In the wrong hands it provokes the wrath of God, but done righteously it produces the blessing and favor of God! It is rarely heard and hardly exists in the church system today. Ezekiel 22:29-30, “And I sought for a man among them that should make up the hedge and stand in the gap before Me for the land that I should not destroy it; but found none.”
It has always been in the heart of God, Who is Spirit, to be revealed in and through man; from Adam to Jesus it has always been the culture of God to send those who carry His Name and Nature. Jesus, Who is the Name and Person of God, said in Matt 10:40, “He that receives you, receives Me, and He that receives Me, receives Him that sent Me.”
In this series, Dr. Hinn unveils the secret that in the sent is the power, in the sent is the authority, and in the sent is the mission. When they are received they are released, and when they are released the plan of God is fulfilled.
In this life-changing series Where Are The Dead?, Dr. Hinn uses the passing of his mother as a testimony to describe the profound truth of the reality of life and death. In Matt 28:20, after His resurrection the Lord appeared to His disciples and said, “…lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world. Amen.” The AMP translation reads, “ I am with you all the days ( perpetually, uniformly, and on every occasion), to the [very] close and consummation of the age.”
Because of the Resurrection, the writers of Acts 2:25 recited what King David had once said, “For David, speaketh concering Him, I foresaw the Lord always before my face, For He is on my right hand, that I should not be moved.” When the Lord said, “I am with you always”, it is the promise of His “Parousia” which in English translates as “coming”. Religion has called it “the promise of His coming” as in a future event, but nowhere in the New Testament does Parousia mean “coming”, as in “coming again”. The Parousia of Jesus Christ is not the Coming of Jesus Christ, but the Presence of the Son of God, as in a past, present, and future reality. His Presence, Parousia, is an ongoing, progressive, unfolding of Himself. His Parousia is the enveloping Presence of Christ; it awakens us to the reality that He is Present!
Like the apostle Paul said in 2 Corinthians 5:8, “…to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord.” Why does “present” have to be “in another location”? Paul did not say, “to be absent from the body is to go to be with the Lord”, he said, “it is to be present with the Lord”!
The series will answer age old questions.
Part 1 – Where Are The Dead?
Part 2 – In The Presence Of Christ
Part 3 – Ascending And Departing