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Galatians Background - Galatians Corps Notes 1983

I'd like to begin again this year, as I did last year, by expressing my appreciation to the greatest teacher of our times, Dr. Wierwille, for entrusting the Corps teaching of God’s Word to me. And who am I? I am a student. I have sat at the feet of the teacher with the most magnificent heart and insight to God's Word that I know. My goal is, and always has been, to walk with God and to be able to teach God's Word like the man who taught me. I love to research, as you know. But greater than that, I love to teach faithful men and women who shall be able to teach others. What I teach is important. But what you learn is even more important. "It Is Written" is our motto, and that you learn what is written is vital to rebuilding the walls that religion has torn down.

Last week Dr. Wierwille shared that in the Corps you come and hear with an enlarged heart. Then, you can lead others to go tell. The Corps is a special training for those who will lead others to go tell. I never had the privilege to live and learn with the Apostle Paul...but others have. I never had the joy of hearing Peter preach... but others have. I have not been witnessed to by the great couple, Aquilla and Priscilla...but others have. Yes, but I have heard, lived with, and learned from Dr Wierwille. It is written--come and hear with an enlarged heart--go tell.

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Publication Date: 09-14-983

Walter J. Cummins graduated from the Power for Abundant Class in 1962. 

He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Education from Ohio State University in 1968 and his Master of Education degree in Secondary School Administration in 1978 from Wright State University.

He was ordained to the Christian by The Way International in 1968. He has studied at The Way International under Victor Paul Wierwille and K.C.Pillai. In addition to his teaching responsibilities, he was director of the Research department of the Way International  and served as assistant to the president.