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"Born of Water"

John 3:5

“Jesus answered, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born of water and of the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God.”

Lesson 1


February 4, 2019​
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Key Points

  1. The Old Testament is FEEPS Figures, Examples, Ensamples, Patterns, and Shadows.

  2. FEEPS paint a picture in the Old Testament but the reality is found in New Testament truth.

  3. Hebrew letters were originally drawn as pictographs that illustrate God’s picture.

  4. God’s FEEPS in the Old Testament pictographs help us better understand the family.

  5. Adam correctly named the animals, calling them based on what he saw.

Lesson 2

“The Doctrine: Water Baptism Intro”

February 11, 2019

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Key Points

1. Heb. 6:1-2 lays out the foundation, the six principles of the doctrine of Christ, in order, starting with repentance then faith.

2. Jesus is “the beginning” and His Name is in all “the earth” (Gen. 1:1; Rev. 1:8; 3:14; Col. 1:18; Psa. 8:1).

3. “The Heaven” in Hebrew consists of three components: the breath, the Name, and the Water (Gen. 1:1; John 3:3, 5).

4. As the bride of Christ and as sons of God, we have to receive His Name (Gen 5:1- 2; Eph. 5:23; Gen. 4:25-26; 6:2).

5. In response to sin, God repented (Nacham נָחַם†in Gen. 6:6) which paints a picture of taking action (Nun נ) to cover (Chet ח) everything He repented of with water (Mem

Lesson 3

“The Flood – Part 1”

February 18, 2019

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Key Points

1. Repentance must precede Water Baptism and requires that sin be destroyed (Gen. 6:5-7).

2. Water Baptism in the New Testament saves us and makes us perfect or complete when the Cross is joined to us in the Water (Gen. 6:9; Tamiym (תָּמִ֥ים

3. The ark represented the church and those in both did not end up there randomly; they were chosen by God (Gen. 6:20; Eph. 1:4-5; Acts 2:47; 13:48).

4. Being saved means being saved to life, and being delivered from trouble, the enemy, and sin.

5. Because Jesus resurrected and is in Heaven defending our case, Baptism saves us by becoming our answer (1 Pet. 3:20-22).

Lesson 4

The Flood Part 2

February 25, 2019

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Lesson 5

The Sea & Johns Baptism

March 4, 2019

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Lesson 6


March 11, 2019

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Lesson 7


March 18, 2019

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Lesson 8


March 25, 2019

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Lesson 9


April 1, 2019

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Key Points

1. There is only one sign that shows who Jesus is — His three days and three nights in the heart of the earth (Matt. 12:39-40), yet this often is cut in half with us preaching He died on Friday and rose Sunday morning.

2. The sabbath before Jesus died was a high day, the passover, not a Saturday weekly sabbath (John 19:14, 31).

3. The first passover lamb was slain on a Wednesday (Lev. 23:10-11, 16).

4. Jesus was the firstfruits (1 Cor. 15:20, 23) so He had to get up on Saturday and be waved on Sunday (Lev. 23:10-11, 15-16).

5. Jesus died on Wednesday, resurrected on Saturday, and was already risen and gone when they got there on Sunday morning (Mat. 28:1-6; Mark 16:1-6; Luke 24:1-7; John 20:1-7).

6. The rapture is always about someone being taken (Gen. 5:22-24).

Lesson 10


April 8, 2019

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Key Points

1. Jesus was crucified on the day before the sabbath but that sabbath was not a Saturday; it was a high day, the passover (John 19:14, 31).

2. Two sabbaths are involved in Jesus’ resurrection – a high day sabbath (Thursday) and a weekly sabbath (Saturday) (Luke 23:54-56).

3. Enoch’s life was in the fence, pleasing God, until God reached down and took Him the first rapture (Gen. 5:22-24; Heb. 11:5).

4. In the rapture of Elijah, Jesus, and the two witnesses, more details are given, showing us that the people around watched them go up when God took them (2 Kings 2:5, 7- 12; Acts 1:8-11; Rev. 11:3-12).

5. We shall be changed in a moment (1 Cor. 15:51-53), but our rapture, transporting, or being taken up (1 Thess. 4:13-17) is not what the Bible says would be in a twinkling of an eye.

Lesson 11

The Institution of Baptism

August 22, 2019

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Key Points

1. Jesus started off His statement to Nicodemus saying, “Verily, verily” or in Greek, “Amen, amen” (99, 99) — of a certainty, His statement was FINAL, no argument about it, “it is and shall be so” (John 3:3, 5).

2. God’s FEEPS of the kingdom (S:4467) is about getting the water and the king to be part of the kingdom – an Old Testament FEEPS of a New Testament reality (mamlakah מַמְלָכָה)

3. The only way to see, enter, and get citizenship in the kingdom of God is being born again into it (John 3:3, 5).

4. The way we are born again is by being born of water and Spirit (John 3:3, 5), evident in the Old Testament FEEPS of the womb (rechem רֶחֶם)

5. For everyone who is born of the Spirit, the sign is always a sound (John 3:8).

6. Belief in the work of the cross and the Name of the Son of God is necessary (John 3:14-18).


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Lesson 12

“The Institution of Baptism Part 2”
April 29, 2019
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Key Points

1. Even in the Old Testament, they were not part of God’s kingdom if they did not have His name but if they were in His kingdom with His name, God delivered and purged them for His name’s sake (Psa. 79:6-9).

2. In the New Testament, Jews and Gentiles who receive His name can be part of the kingdom of God (John 3:3, 5, 14, 16-18; John 1:11-13 ; Mat. 12:21; Acts 13:46-48; 15:14, 17).

3. Jesus Himself instituted Water Baptism in His farewell command (Mat. 28:18-20; Mark 16:15-17; Luke 24:45-47), showing us Baptism is important and necessary for the whole world and teaching us how it must be done.

Lesson 13


May 6, 2019

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Key Points

1. When it comes to the baptism Jesus commanded, we are to observe the apostles who set the example and watch how they baptized (Mat. 28:20); we find this in the book of The Acts of the Apostles.

2. Repentance and remission of sins was to preached in His name beginning at Jerusalem (Luke 24:47); this occurred on the day of Pentecost when Peter preached the first message (Acts 2).

3. Without exception, when Jews and proselytes from all over the world asked what they should do, Peter told them, “Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost” (Acts 2:38) — water and spirit baptism.

4. In the Old Testament, for a proselyte to be like one who is born an Israelite they had to be circumcised; New Testament circumcision is Water Baptism and that is how we are added to the kingdom of God and get His blood applied on our lives (Acts 2:41; Exo. 12:47-50; Col. 2:11-13).

5. When you are baptized, you become a disciple of Jesus Christ, HIS disciple, not theirs (Mat. 28:19).

Lesson 14

“Facts from Acts – Part 2”

May 13, 2019

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Key Points

1. The message went from Jerusalem to Judaea to Samaria and to the uttermost parts of the earth (Luke 24:47; Acts 1:8; 8:1).

2. In the Old Testament, when a king’s word was established by His name and His ring, it could not be changed; in the New Testament we get His name with Water Baptism and His ring with the earnest of the Spirit (Dan. 6:9, 11, 15; Est. 8:8; Eph. 1:13-14).

3. Baptism in the name of Jesus is about entering the kingdom; the king established by His name and His power that Water and Spirit Baptism is how we would enter in and become part of the kingdom (Acts 8:12; John 3:5; melek †מֶל (S:4428)).

4. Belief is the prerequisite to water baptism but we must do more than just believe and confess; we must be baptized (Acts 8:36-38; Heb. 6:1-2; James 2:19-24; Mark 16:16).

Lesson 15

“Facts from Acts – Part 3”

May 20, 2019

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Key Points

1. Even Saul (who became Paul) needed a sent preacher – he could not make up his own doctrine but he had to be told what he must do (Acts 9:10-18).

2. Paul was baptized in Jesus name and received the Holy Ghost (Acts 9:17-18; 22:16). Water and Spirit Baptism are both necessary and consistently seen in the Old & New Testament.

3. Paul, after His baptism, explained and taught the necessity and importance of Water Baptism in Jesus Name and the Spirit to become an adopted child of God and to be washed, sanctified and justified (Gal. 3:26-27; 4:6-7; 1 Cor. 6:9-11).

4. Even if someone is a “good person,” in order to be saved and receive remission of sins, one must be baptized in Jesus Name (Acts 11:14; Luke 24:47; Acts 22:16).

5. Those who already received the Holy Ghost were commanded to be baptized in the name of the Lord (Acts 10:44-48).

Lesson 16

May 27, 2019
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Key Points

1. Our sins are remitted through His Name and by His blood – the name of Jesus is the carrier of remission (Acts 10:43; Heb. 9:22).

2. “God at the first did visit the Gentiles, to take out of them a people for his name” as prophesied when He said that Japheth “shall dwell in the tents of Shem;” this happens when His name is called upon us at Water Baptism (Gen. 9:27; Acts 15:14-17).

3. In the baptisms of Acts, the people heard the disciples preach the Word and responded in faith by being Water Baptized in Jesus Name (Acts 16:14-15, 30-33; 18:5-8; 19:1-5).

4. Baptism, when our hearts are sprinkled from an evil conscience, and our bodies are washed with pure water, is the profession of our faith, the way we carry out our belief in the Lord and His Word (Heb. 10:22-23).

Lesson 17

June 3, 2019
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Key Points

1. There is a fight against the name of Jesus but we need to talk about the name more because the risk is worth the reward and His name has so many benefits (Acts 4:18; 5:28; Mat. 10:21-22; 19:29; 24:9; Luke 21:12).

2. A benefit of having God’s name is He is there (Shammah שָׁמּֽהָ) (Ezek. 48:35; Exo. 20:24; Mat. 18:20).

3. When you have His name, God preserves (Shamar שָׁמַר), watches, and observes you so the enemy should beware (Psa. 16:1; 1 Thess. 5:23; Exo. 23:21).

4. Jesus is the foundation and the substance — everything must be built on His Name (2 Tim. 2:19; 1 Cor. 3:11; Eph. 2:20; Prov. 8:21; Isa. 11:10; Rev. 22:16).

Lesson 18

June 10, 2019

Key Points

1. Water Baptism saves us in the future, past (from beginning to end), and present (Mark 16:16; Titus 3:5; 1 Pet. 3:21).

2. Being saved in the Old Testament (FEEPS) spoke of being delivered from the enemy and trouble and being saved from death to life — in the New Testament being saved is salvation from sin and to eternal life (Chayah חָיהָ (S:2421); Yasha יָשַׁע(S:3467)).

3. The wages of sin is death but Water Baptism frees us from sin and its payment (Rom. 6:1-7, 16-18, 23).

4. Water Baptism is how we become the children of God and receive sonship (John 1:11- 13; Gal. 3:26-27).

Lesson 19


June 17, 2019

Key Points

1. We are Born OF Water; Water and Spirit are the origin from which the New Birth happens, proceeds, takes place (John 3:3, 5).

2. To be purified and cleaned up from the inside out, we need the Water and the Blood; God’s picture of soap is the work of the son on the Cross (Heb. 9:13-14; boriyth .(בּרִֹית

3. For remission, the picture of release shows the name must be applied to the serpent.  In the Old Testament, the LORD’s release occurred every seven years and they were set free. God redeems us (Deut. 15:1-2, 12; Hashamitaah .(הַשְּׁמִטָּה֒

4. The Lord’s release cancels out the power of Satan so we can be free (Hashamitaah) הַשְּׁמִטָּה֒; Satan  שָׂטן

5. The message of the Bible is to save us from sins (47; Matt. 1:21).


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