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Jesus is our life by Pastor Melissa Scott

August 5th, 2010

Pastor Melissa Scott tells us that the feet will touch, judgment will come, and judgment. A lot of people say “Well, what type of a thought process is that?  Judgment starts at the House of God. We’ll see as we go through the Seven Churches a warning and judgment, a warning and judgment.

A warning and a reward, but will they listen? Just like the prophets, will they listen? Just like here, will they listen? “His voice as the sound of many waters.” And I like, in Daniel it says “the voice of a multitude.” “The voice of many waters.” We need water to live; Jesus is our life. So I like the way that poetry flows. “And he had in his right hand seven stars: and out of his mouth a sharp two edged sword.” The same words bring life to some and death to others. “His countenance was as the sun shineth in his strength.” Literally, the Greek says “His face was as the sun shining in its own power, the sun being the center of the universe: a brilliant depiction of Christ, the center of our universe.

“And when I saw him, I fell at his feet as dead. And he laid his right hand upon me, saying, Fear not; I’m the first and the last.” Now remember, we have this picture of Him having the right hand with the stars in it, the hand of power and authority, having the seven stars. And now He has His hand on. John. Verse 18: “I am he that liveth, and was dead; and, behold, I am alive for evermore, Amen; and I have, and have the keys of hell and of death.” This is pivotal. I wrote this in Greek   it’s all Greek to me   ”and the living .” I put this dot here because it represents a comma. “And, and the living and I became.” I want to circle this for a minute because your translation is a little bit weird in your Bible.

When it reads, “I’m he that liveth and was dead, it’s a little subtle difference to say “And I became dead.” You remember in John 1:14 when it says, “The Word became flesh?” It’s the same thing. The Word became flesh; the Word that became flesh became dead. None of those were His nature. He put on another nature to kin Himself to us. He put on another nature when He paid the price for us.

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