Teaches the first and last recorded words of Jesus’ life to show what his whole mission in life was and how we, being identified with Christ, also can carry out God’s will.
SNT – 1026
July 13, 1980
Publication Date: 07-13-1980
Victor Paul Wierwille was a Bible scholar and teacher for over four decades.
By means of Dr. Wierwille's dynamic teaching of the accuracy and integrity of God's Word, foundational class and advanced class graduates of Power for Abundant Living have learned that the one great requirement for every student of the Bible is to rightly divide the Word of Truth. Thus, his presentation of the Word of God was designed for students who desire the in-depth-accuracy of God’s Word.
In his many years of research, Dr. Wierwille studied with such men as Karl Barth, E. Stanley Jones, Glenn Clark, Bishop K.C. Pillai, and George M. Lamsa. His formal training included Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Theology degrees from Mission House (Lakeland) College and Seminary. He studied at the University of Chicago and at Princeton Theological Seminary from which he received a Master of Theology degree in Practical Theology. Later he completed his work for the Doctor of Theology degree.
Dr. Wierwille taught the first class on Power for Abundant Living in 1953.
Books by Dr. Wierwille include: Are the Dead Alive Now? published in 1971; Receiving the Holy Spirit Today published in 1972; five volumes of Studies in Abundant Living— The Bible Tells Me So (1971), The New, Dynamic Church (1971), The Word's Way (1971), God's Magnified Word (1977), Order My Steps in Thy Word (1985); Jesus Christ Is Not God (1975); Jesus Christ Our Passover (1980); and Jesus Christ Our Promised Seed (1982).
Dr. Wierwille researched God's Word, taught, wrote, and traveled worldwide, holding forth the accuracy of God's "wonderful, matchless" Word.
In The Still of the Night - Claudette Royal
I Will Call on the Name of the Lord - Joyful Noise
Daddy's Arms - Joyful Noise
I've Been Born Again - Joyful Noise & Claudette Royale
(Luk 2:42-52); Luk 2:49; (Psa 111:10)
Poem - God Has No Hands But Our Hands
(Luk 2:49; Joh 19:30); Psa 40:7, 8; Heb 10:7; (1Jo 3:2); Mat 3:16, 17