Unveiling Emotional Healing From Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy

by Kayode Crown, Greatlight books

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ISBN: 9781524216160

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Unveiling Spiritual Identity From Exodus 

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ISBN: 9781516389780
This is part of a series of books in which particular verses are picked from books of the bible, and the issues of Spiritual Identity are explored, in the light of the mind of God for us.

In this book, we explore seven topics, from different verses in the book of Exodus. They are: Inheritance in the saints; The enemy’s plan; Iconic Moses; Workman; The blood on the ear, thumb, toe and altar; Giving under the law and under grace; and The 3 measures of a spiritual leader.

Excerpts: 

Inheritance in the saints

“But if the obedience angle is in order and you don’t have the inheritance yet, you can be sure that it is only a matter of time; it will come.

“Ask Abraham (Genesis 22:1-19).”

The enemy’s plan

“In the same way God set the family as his discipleship platform, he said of Abraham I know him, which he will instruct his children to continue in my word (Genesis 18:19). And in the establishment of the nation of Israel, God said that the older ones should teach the younger to learn and do the word (Deuteronomy 32:46). And the church should also be a family and in that context, discipleship goes on.”

Iconic Moses

“Similarly, around the time Jesus was born, King Herod commanded the killing of those who were two years and younger in Bethlehem of Judea (Matthew 2:1-18) where Jesus was prophesised to be born a messiah. He saw Jesus as a risk to his throne, and he did all he could to destroy that threat. But just as God preserved Moses spiritually, Jesus was also preserved, with an angel coming informing his father of the risk to the child and he took him from harm’s way (Matthew 2:13).”

Workman

“Joy because you have a source of life that is beyond this world. The joy you radiate is also contagious. They are amazed at the source of your joy, and are attracted to your God. And as you lead in that area of influence, you wield an authority through which the kingdom of God come to the workplace.”

The blood on the ear, thumb, toe and altar

“Isaiah said that God wakes his ears daily to hear God. The priest are set apart consecrated to be able to have a special link with God (all God’s children are special to him in this way). That special link is manifested in divine hearing, activity and direction.”

Giving under the law and under grace

“The word of God is the word of faith not the word of fear. The bible says that Christ became poor that we might become rich (2Corinthians 8:9). Therefore it might actually be wrong for us to give because we want to be rich, since we already are, but we give because we are aware that we are rich in Christ and by faith with our giving we are connecting with that reality.”

The 3 measures of a spiritual leader

“When it comes to knowledge, the Holy Spirit is the Spirit of wisdom and knowledge and understanding (Isaiah 11:1-2). He is the spirit of revelation (Ephesians 1:15-18).

“And for the manifestation of power, we have the Holy Spirit as the spirit of power (Isaiah 11:2), responsible for all the supernatural manifestation in the life of Jesus (Acts 10:38) and in our too.”

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Unveiling Spiritual Growth From Exodus

by Kayode Crown, Greatlight booksDigital List Price: $2.99

https://draft2digital.com/book/159412

ISBN: 9781519925718
This is part of a series of books in which particular verses are picked from books of the bible, and the issues of Spiritual Growth are explored, in the light of the mind of God for us.

In this book, we explore six topics, from different verses in the book of Exodus. They are: The fear of God; Dedicate yourself to God; Changed by the presence; You need an anointing to minister for God; Wisdom, understanding and knowledge; and Right shape.

Excerpts:

The fear of God

“When Isaiah saw the Lord, he experienced His fear (Isaiah 6:1-8), and he quickly confessed his sin. When Ananias and Sapphira died suddenly because were killed by God for lying, the fear of the Lord spread throughout the church (Acts 5:1-13). We need a greater intensity of the presence of God in the church of God so that we will all exhibit the fear of God.”

Dedicate yourself to God

“Write down the chapter you covered so that the next day you don’t waste any time trying to remember where you should read the each time. Also, chronicle your adventure in scriptures on a blog, online journal, social networks, or with the good old’, pen and paper. You can share your experience on social media platforms online. See you on the other side of one year of dedicating yourself to reading through the scriptures.”

Changed by the presence

“At midnight, after praying, I am sure they did not plan it, they started praising God loudly; that was a crazy thing to do, disturbing their neighbors, sorry, fellow prisoners. The experience of the presence of God in prayer led to the change in mood and change in attitude which eventually led to the change on their dire situation. Where they were once tied they came to a position of being in command, being in control. That change started first in them as they were changed by the presence in the place of prayer, and then overflowed with joy in the Holy Ghost.

“They came from that prayer time overflowing with joy and that releases the glory of God to manifest in their situation.”

You need an anointing to minister for God

“Not ministering with the anointing had disastrous consequences for John the Baptist, for the seven sons of Sceva and for the two sons of Aaron. Don’t be numbered with them. There is no substitute to connecting with God, to the anointing, the heavenly quality in whatever we do to bring blessing to others and to glorify God.”

Wisdom, understanding and knowledge

“Understanding is a living factor of a formidable relationship with God. You can be taught wisdom, you can acquire knowledge, but understanding reflects the divine connection that makes us able to think like God.”

Right shape

“Love is the capstone of everything that should be added. Paul wrote that three things are eternal, love, hope and faith and the greatest is love (1Corinthians 13:13). Jesus expressed his love by his sacrifice. He said no greater love can one have than laying down his life for his brothers (John 15:13). And when love is added, every other thing can take the right shape because God is love (1John 4:8).”

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Unveiling Purpose and Motivation From Exodus

by Kayode Crown, Greatlight booksDigital List Price: $2.99

https://draft2digital.com/book/159496

ISBN: 9781524292515
This is part of a series of books in which particular verses are picked from books of the bible, and the issues of Purpose, Pursuit and Motivation are explored, in the light of the mind of God for us.

In this book, we explore six topics from different verses in the book of Exodus. They are: Path of obedience, They saw God, Forty days and forty nights, God’s pattern, Called, Between the internal and the external.

Excerpts: 

Path of obedience

“While disobedience is disconnection from God, obedience shows alignment with Him. It shows that we have left our ways and are following his way; that we have a heart that yields to him, that we are not resistant to the Holy Spirit, that we are not stiff-necked and are opened to correction, amenable to the operation of the Holy Spirit in our heart to lead and guide us as he should (Acts 7:51).”

They saw God

“The woman with the issue of blood also saw Jesus with the eyes of faith (Luke 8:43-48). She said in her heart long before he met Jesus that she will be healed when she touches the helm of his garment, and that was what happened. She touched Jesus, having seen him in her heart as healer and she was healed. Jesus equally told her: your faith has made you whole.”

Forty days and forty nights

“He was not hungry before then. This makes the impact of the first temptation so strong. What happens He was supernaturally made to not want food for forty days and forty nights, and at the end, he was allowed to feel hunger, the full blown forty-day hunger, in a moment, That is why the first temptation that the devil brought to Jesus that he should turn stone into bread was probably the most intense temptation of all time.”

God’s pattern

“Paul wrote that we know that all things work together for those who love God and are called according to his purpose (Romans 8:28-32). That you love God gives you the right to hope that all things are definitely working together for your good.”

Called

“But, more often than not God call people, to come alongside you in the work he has for you, or you are called to be alongside someone in the work God has want them to do.”

Between the internal and the external  

“God said about himself: I look at the heart not at the appearance (1Samuel 16:7). We should therefore make a lot of effort on our inside, i.e. set your eyes on things of heaven not on things on earth (Colossians 3:1-3).”

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Unveiling Prayer From Exodus, Deuteronomy, Joshua and 1Samuel

by Kayode Crown, Greatlight booksDigital List Price: $2.99

https://draft2digital.com/book/158346

ISBN: 9781524257835

This is part of a series of books in which particular verses are picked from books of the bible, and the issues of Prayer are explored, in the light of the mind of God for us.
In this book, we explore six topics, from different verses in the books of Exodus, Deuteronomy, Joshua and 1Samuel. They are: The Lord changed his mind; Only a call away; Demanding for your right; Praying to the Lord; What prayer does; and The wall of prayer.

Excerpts:
The Lord changed his mind
“In all these, we see that prayer is the key in the art of persuading God. It is not that God set out to be difficult, waiting to be persuaded all the time. But realise that in the Garden of Eden the impression we get is that in the relationship between God and man, God was the one taking the initiate (Genesis 3:8-11). However, once man abused that privileged by sin, God changed his tactics and to a large extent now, man would have to take the initiative in the relating with God, (Genesis 4:26), and that relationship forms the basis of any kind of persuasion for God to change his mind, and the basic qualification for the intercessor.”
Only a call away
“David asked for direction and he got it. What will happen if he did not ask as he faced the different enemies in his life, it means he would have groped in darkness, not knowing what to do, and many things would have gone wrong for him.”
Demanding for your right
“The children of Levi needed to know what was promised, to demand for it. Therefore what you know is very important. That should spur you on to demand for your rights in the place of prayer. Heaven is waiting; the Judge is waiting to hear your case.”
Praying to the Lord
“God was compared with that judge, because he is the ultimate judge of the heaven and the earth but he is different because He is willing to make decisions that will favour us. We however show our faith in God, as we are in the process of seeking him to help us, when we have our leg permanently on the throttle of prayer, knowing that we have no other option but to pray, just as that widow had no other option but to approach the judge for a favourable decision.
In another place Jesus said that when we pray the God who sees in secret will reward us openly. If you want God’s open reward, you have to pray (Matthew 6:6).”
What prayer does
“It is in the place of prayer we receive the grace to impart our world, receive help to be able to help others, to be the best we can be, to be changed into the very image of God.”
The wall of prayer
“In another place, Paul asked for prayer, he said people should pray for him so that he will be able to proclaim the gospel as he should (Ephesians 6:18-20). That means without the wall of prayer, Paul’s ministry will be severely affected by negative circumstances and other things, making it virtually impossible for him to do the will of God and fulfill his calling.”
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Unveiling Life in the Spirit From Exodus

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by Kayode Crown, Greatlight books

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ISBN: 9781524279561
This is part of a series of books in which particular verses are picked from books of the bible, and the issues of Life in the Spirit are explored, in the light of the mind of God for us.

In this book, we explore four topics, from different verses in the book of Exodus. They are: God and the prophet; Oil for the light; Altar; and Perpetual anointing.

Excerpts: 

God and the prophet

“The people of God are supposed to be prophetic people. That was the desire of Moses in the wilderness (Numbers 11:29). Therefore he said to Joshua that rather than have the monopoly of the prophetic gift, he desire that the thousands and thousands of the people of Israel should be prophets.

“That shows us the ultimate aim of the prophetic ministry (for which the ministry of Moses was a type). It is not to see things for people but to facilitate their seeing.”

Oil for the light

“The Holy Spirit is not just a goosy feeling. He is a person and an awesome one at that. He killed Ananias and Sapphira remember, using the words of Peter (Acts 12:1-13).

“All in all we see that the word gives the form while the spirit gives the function (anatomy and physiology).”

Altar

“God when he created man, wanted him to set up a world that will be heaven on earth. The Garden of Eden before the fall of man was a special place. It was an altar, a place for God to come down and meet man. But when man was chased out form the garden, there was hardly any other altar anywhere on the earth. But in the fullness of time, Jesus walked the earth and said that his mission was to save that which was lost (Luke 19:10). And what was lost was God’s absolute influence (the definition of his kingdom) on the earth through man.”

Perpetual anointing

“That is why once you have been renewed by Spirit (Titus 3:5), it is perpetual, and when we received the baptism on the Holy Spirit, it is in perpetuity (Acts 19:1-18). The Holy Spirit comes with gifts, power and wisdom which are yours in perpetuity, since the gifts and calling of God are without repentance. Jesus said that the Holy Spirit is as permanent resident, not just as a visitor.”

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Unveiling Jesus From Exodus

https://draft2digital.com/book/158832
by Kayode Crown, Greatlight books

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ISBN: 9781524276362
This is part of a series of books in which particular verses are picked from books of the bible, and the issues of Jesus are explored, in the light of the mind of God for us.

In this book, we explore five topics, from different verses in the book of Exodus. They are: Transformation, restoration, sacrifice- threefold wonders/impact of Christ; The blood; Protection, freedom and wealth through the blood of Jesus; Jesus: the bread from heaven; and The partition between the Holy Place and the Most Holy.

Excerpts: 

Transformation, restoration, sacrifice- threefold wonders/impact of Christ

“His resurrection, as explained, has to do with our body, We are promised a resurrected body like him, because through faith we become part of him, as his body (Ephesians 1:22-23, 1John 3:2).”

The blood

“The blood of Jesus means we now have the favour of God directed at us instead of the wrath of God based on the judgement of the law or the errors of the flesh (Romans 5:8-11, 1Thessalonians 5:19). The blood of Jesus has been described as the blood that speaks (brings) better things than the blood of Abel (Hebrews 12:24). The blood of Christ draws us near God (Ephesians 2:13, Hebrews 7:19), makes it possible for us to come near to God and we approach Him not having judgement on us but the life of Jesus represented by the blood on us.

“We are clothed with the son and therefore become sons all because the blood was shed.”

Protection, freedom and wealth through the blood of Jesus

“Note that the only reason Jesus came to the earth was to shed his blood as the Lamb of God. If he didn’t shed his blood, his life would not be spiritually relevant to us. He would only be remembered in history, if at all as a wise man that performed miracles. He would not be called saviour, because his means of saving us was his blood, and losing his life on the cross.”

Jesus: the bread from heaven

“When Jesus affirmed that he is the bread of life from heaven, he said anyone who eats him would never die. He gives a new definition to the term death. He wants the people to see that death is beyond the cessation of breath. No wonder Paul said if only in this life we have hope, we of all men are most miserable (1Corinthians 15:19). What we have through Jesus Christ is eternal life; it is life beyond the limits of time and well beyond the reach of the devil (John 10:25-29). Our life is hid in Christ in God (Colossians 3:3).”

The partition between the Holy Place and the Most Holy

“It caused the spirit and soul to function as they should under God. With the spirit running the show imputing the life, dictating the pace to the soul, and that through the life of God via the word. The word of God, as it is said, builds up (Acts 20:32) meaning it causes things to function as designed, as it meant to.”

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