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What the Gospels Don't Say (TOM)

Topic: logospedia,lp,draft
Format: mp3
Publication Date: 1983

 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.

What the Gospels Don't Say (TOM)-4-17-2020

… need to describe to anybody how I feel in my heart when I have the privilege of working and teaching the Word. I always endeavor to teach it like it’s the last time I’ll ever have the privilege of teaching it.

But long before you teach it you have to work it. And whenever I work the Word, I always feel that I’m in the greatness of the greatness of all the greatness that’s available in the world. That’s how I feel when I work the Word. And so, whenever I pick up that Word to work it, I always feel like I’m in the presence of the greatness of all the greatness that God ever made available to people. And that’s why I endeavor to show myself approved unto God as a workman who needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the Word.

Furthermore, when I study the four Gospels – Matthew, Mark, Luke and John – I absolutely stand in utter amazement of what they don’t say. That’s what shakes me; what they don’t say. That’s why the Gospels, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, are the works of editorial geniuses, or they are simply the works of holy men of God who wrote as they were moved by the Holy Spirit. There is no other alternative or no other explanation for the four Gospels.

Jesus died in 28 A.D., and of course he arose three days later. Fifty days later, he ascended. Ten days later, the Day of Pentecost. So all this occurred in the year 28 A.D. Now, Matthew wrote his Gospel at least 20 years after this occasion. The scholars say it was 48 years after, basically. I cut it way back because I want to teach you something.

Most of the biblical scholars concur and believe that Matthew was written about 70 A.D. So if Jesus Christ died in, what did I say, 28, that gives you 48 or whatever it is. What is it? Yeah years later. Mark wrote his Gospel at least 14 years after the Resurrection. Most of the biblical men believe that he wrote his Gospel around 60 A.D.

Luke wrote his Gospel at least 35 years after the Resurrection, the Ascension, and the Day of Pentecost. And there most of the scholars believe it was written around 63. John wrote his Gospel at least 50 years after the Day of Pentecost. And the scholars, for the most part, say it was written between 90 and 110 A.D.

Now, these men, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, all lived before the Day of Pentecost, and after. They sort of lived in two administrations. All of these men had experienced the new birth. They were born again. All of these men spoke in tongues; Matthew Mark and Luke. They all operated manifestations of the spirit. All of these men, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John had seen the great revival in Jerusalem that occurred on the Day of Pentecost and as afterwards. They’d all seen this. They’d been a part of it. They had seen the outreach into Antioch, the great moving of the Word in Ephesus.

All of those men knew the Pauline revelation. All of them. They knew the revelation of the mystery. They knew it, they heard it, all of that. Yet, class, there is not one word in all the four Gospels regarding the mystery. Mark was Paul's companion for years. Traveled with Paul. Well, what do you think he heard? Paul's teaching, right? Luke, the beloved physician, accompanied Paul for 18 years. In 18 years you ought to know a little bit about something about that individual and what he teaches, right? John was around all the time, even beyond the destruction of the temple, Herod’s Temple, by Titus in 70 A.D.

All of these men, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, were all knowledgeable of the mystery and everything Paul taught, and yet there is not one word regarding the mystery in all the four Gospels.

That is why I said to you the Gospels have to be the works of editorial geniuses, or they have to simply be the Word which holy men of god wrote as they were moved by the Holy Spirit. And to the advanced class tonight I'd like to say, none of you perhaps will ever be able to fathom in your heart because you didn't have the experience that I had, but one of the greatest days in my life was when I first saw and learned  from the scriptures that the four Gospels were Old Testament.

Man, how I used to try to harmonize words in the Old Testament with words in the church epistles. Just slave away at it day after day after day. There is no man living that can put the church epistles into the Gospels or the Gospels into the church epistles. And so the day when I first saw and I learned that the four Gospels were Old Testament, what a wonderful day in my life that was.

In Romans chapter 15, in verse 4.

Romans 15:4:
For whatsoever things were written [what?] {aforetime} aforetime [before the Day of Pentecost] were written [F-O-R] for our [what?] learning,…

Not written to us but written F-O-R for our what? Learning.

It was another one of those tricks of the adversary, deliberate forgery, to put the Gospels Matthew, Mark and Luke into the New Testament of our Bibles. And according to theologians of 30 or 40 years ago, the conservative so-called theologians all recommended to going back to Jesus. The reason that phrase come up, going back to Jesus, because the church epistles said something so totally different they couldn't harmonize it with the Gospels back to Jesus, back to God. They couldn’t harmonize, they couldn't fit the epistles with the Gospels therefore they said Jesus’ life has to be more important than Paul's or what Paul says, therefore let's go back to Jesus and the Gospels. I came through that period were everybody went back to the Gospels, to Jesus.

And of course, in the process of that, you had to argue and at least maintain surreptitiously, or whichever way you like it in your mind, that not all the Bible was equally important; equally God’s Word. The Gospels were up here, church epistles down here. And in between on the misty flats the old destiny.

It cannot be true, Sir. Either the whole Bible from Genesis to Revelation is God’s Word or logically none of it. And what a great day it is for you people that are just now finishing the advanced class to see, again, how that whole Word of God, from Genesis to Revelation, is equally God’s Word. All you have to do is rightly divided it as to who it is addressed. And all the Word of God is addressed either to Judeans, Gentiles or the Church of God.

In 1 Corinthians chapter 10, you have a further record of this great truth. Chapter 10, verse 11.

1 Corinthians 10:11:
Now all these things happened unto them [he’s talking about the children of Israel. Happened unto them] for [example. Ensamples old English. Examples all these things] ensamples: and they are written [F-O-R] for our [what? Learning. For our learning]…

The Gospels closed up the Old Testament. And one of the great literary miracles of the Ages, class, is the record that is written in the four Gospels; the biography, the life of Jesus Christ. All four men, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, all four men were like it’s closed in. They were shut in, they were locked in by the Holy Spirit. They could only write what they were instructed to write.

To the human sense-knowledge mind, it is totally inconceivable that any of those four men, Matthew, Mark, Luke or John, who had all of the experiences that they had; living after the Day of Pentecost for all those years being a part of the ministry of Paul; hearing Paul's great revelation of the mystery; everything else, it is totally inconceivable from a sense-knowledge man point of view that they could have written the biography of the man Christ Jesus without those experiences creeping into the biography.

But they wrote only what they were inspired and told to write.

In the Gospel of John chapter 20, John 20, John summarizes in verse 30 and he declares,

John 20:30:
And many other signs truly did Jesus in the presence of his disciples, which are not written in this book:

Isn't that a great [tease  00:16:27]? Did many other things which are what?

John 20:31:
But [look at verse 31] these are written, that ye might believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of [what?] God; and that believing ye might have life through his name.

The Gospel of Matthew chapter 28, right at the time of the Ascension, verse 18.

Matthew 28:18-19:
And Jesus came and spake unto them, saying, All power is given unto me in heaven [by the way, heaven is the seat of authority] and in earth [the place of execution of that authority].
Go ye therefore, and teach all nations,…

The rest of that verse is scratched.

Verse 20.

Matthew 28:20:
Teaching them to observe all [all. And the word ‘all’ means what?] {all} [all] things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you alway, even unto the end of the [Age]…

Gospel of Mark chapter 16. All the Gospels conclude with the Resurrection, with the Ascension and the preparation for the Day of Pentecost. All four of those men Matthew, Mark, Luke and John do not have one record regarding the mystery and there's yet they all lived under the Age.

That's why I said I stand in utter amazement every time I work the Gospel of what is not written there, because sense-knowledge men would have included all the experiences after the Day of Pentecost. But in Matthew, Mark, Luke and John you see none. That's why holy men of God spake as they were what? [{inaudible 00:18:59}] See what a collaboration of the Word the greatness is in the Gospels?

Here in Mark 16, verse 19.

Mark 16:19-20:
So then after the Lord had spoken unto them, he was received up into heaven, [that’s the Ascension] and sat on the right hand of God.
And they went forth, and preached every where, the Lord working with them, and confirming the word with signs following….

Verse 20 occurred after the Day of Pentecost, but there is no mention whatsoever of the mystery.

In Luke chapter 24, this will show you where Luke closes. Luke 24, verse 50.

Luke 24:50-53:
And he led them out as far as to Bethany, and he lifted up his hands, and blessed them.
And it came to pass, while he blessed them, he was [what?] parted from them, [that’s the Ascension] and carried up into heaven.
And [verse 52] they worshipped him, and returned to Jerusalem with great [what?] joy:
And were continually in the temple, praising and blessing God. …

In the book of Acts chapter 1,… We’ve covered Matthew, Mark, Luke and John and showed you where they terminated. Now the book of Acts corroborates and substantiates what we have just read.

Verse 1.

Acts 1:1-3:
The former treatise [the former treatise is the book of Luke] have I made, O Theophilus [the loved of God], of all that Jesus began both to do and teach,
[Here it is, verse 2] Until the day in which he was [what?] taken up, after that he through the Holy [Spirit, pneuma hagion] Ghost had given commandments unto the apostles whom he had chosen:
To whom also he shewed himself alive after his passion [death, resurrection, so forth] by many infallible proofs, being seen of them forty days, and speaking of the things pertaining to the kingdom of God:

You see, he could never speak about the church or the body or the mystery, but he could speak about the kingdom of God.

Acts 1:4-8:
And, being assembled together with them, commanded them that they should not depart from [where?] Jerusalem, but wait [until] for the promise of the Father, which, saith he, ye have heard of me.
For John truly baptized with water; but ye shall [absolute tense] be baptized with [pneuma hagion] the Holy Ghost not many days hence.
[verse 6] When they therefore were come together, they asked of him, saying, Lord, wilt thou at this time restore again the kingdom to Israel?
And he said unto them, It is not for you to know the times or the seasons, which the Father hath put in his own power.
But ye shall [absolute tense] receive power, after [or when] that [pneuma hagion] the Holy Ghost is come upon you: and ye shall be witnesses [witnesses. Not defense attorneys, witnesses. Not argumentative people, just witnesses] unto me both in Jerusalem, and in all Judaea, and in Samaria, and unto the uttermost part of the earth.

Is where the advanced class is tonight. New Knoxville Emporia, [inaudible 00:22:58] in Rome City. That's the uttermost parts of the earth tonight; every place.

Verse 9.

Acts 1:9-14:
And when he had spoken these things, while they beheld, he was taken up; and a cloud received him out of their sight.[there’s the Ascension]
And while they looked stedfastly toward heaven as he went up, behold, two men stood by them in white apparel;
Which also said, Ye men of Galilee, why stand ye gazing up into heaven? this same Jesus, which is taken up from you into heaven, shall so come [the word come is return. Shall so return] in like manner as ye have seen him go into heaven.
[verse 12] Then returned they unto Jerusalem from the mount called Olivet, which is from Jerusalem a sabbath day's journey.
[verse 13] And when they were come in, they went up into an upper room, where abode both Peter, and James, and John, and Andrew, Philip, and Thomas, Bartholomew, and Matthew, James the son of Alphaeus, and Simon Zelotes, and Judas the brother of James.
[verse 14] These all [eleven] continued with one accord in prayer and supplication, with the women, and Mary the mother of Jesus, and with his brethren.

And then of course the record in Acts shifts to what occurred. These first 14 verses in Acts chapter 1 solidify and show you the greatness of the conclusion of the four Gospels; Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. Acts chapter 1 verse 1 through 14 corroborates everything that I have just shown you in all four of those Gospels.

There is not even one hint, people, of the great mystery in any of the Gospels. There is not one hint in the Gospels of Christ being the end of the law. There is not one hint in the Gospels that Jesus Christ was delivered for our sins and was raised again when we were justified. There is not one hint in the Gospels that Jesus Christ is our righteousness. Not one hint in the Gospels about the family of God, the household of God, the body of Christ. Not one hint about sons of God.

And yet Matthew, Mark, Luke and John knew all of this, but when they wrote the biography, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, of the man Christ Jesus there is not one in. And the only explanation is what I've given you. It had to be just literally geniuses or it has to be what the Word of God says; holy men of God spake as they were moved by the Holy Spirit. They put in exactly what God told. They were closed in, shut off, to that which they were to speak, which the Holy Spirit told them to do.

There is not one hint in the Gospels about sanctification. Not one hit in the Gospels about our redemption. The Gospels basically teach people how to be believers. The epistles teach us we are believers. We are sons of God. We got it, baby. That's what the epistles teach.

Look at 1 John chapter 3, 1 John chapter 3, verse 1.

1 John 3:1:
Behold, what manner of love the Father hath bestowed upon [who?] us, that we should be called the sons of God:…

In Old Testament they were servants of God. You and I, from the Day of Pentecost on, we are sons of God. They were servants in the Old Testament but God just sort of adopted them as his sons. God did not adopt you, honey. Sir, he didn't adopt you. You were born a son of God. You were born again of God's spirit. You are a son of God by birth, not by an adoption. You have the eternal spirit of God in Christ in you the hope of Glory.

We have never magnified that in our day and time. We've always lived below par because the neighbors, society, the news media, your best friends have always talked us out of it because we are afraid to say that we are what the Word of God says we are. We’re afraid to believe, to say what the Word of God says we are. Well, people, every time we live that way we are calling God a liar, and it's time we stopped calling God a liar.

We have to say what the Word of God says for we are what the Word of God says, we have what the Word of God says or, people, there is no God – and I know there is one.

I got the proof in the senses world of the internal reality and presence of Christ in me, the hope of Glory. People, he has bestowed us that we should be called the sons of God. Therefore the world pats us on the back. [{No  00:30:17}] The world doesn't know us, so why do you expect the unbelieving world to tell you how wonderful you are? The world doesn't know us.

Don't feel badly, didn't know him either; knew him not.

But verse 2, people,

1 John 3:2:
Beloved, now…

Now. Now. And now means what? Now. No matter what the environment, circumstances, people, no matter what. Now we the sons of what? {God.} You know, I’m Victor Paul Wierwille now. If the neighbors say I'm not, society, the news media, everybody, I am Victor Paul Wierwille now. Why? Because I got my daddy’s seed in me. I am a son of God because I have my Father’s seed in me. No matter what the world says, neighbors or anybody else, [inaudible 00:31:22],

1 John 3:2:
Beloved, now are we the sons of God,…

I am His son. And that was supposed to be tremendous, sir. It was supposed to be just so fantastic. And yet he says even that he's not as good as it's going to be.

1 John 3:2:
… doth not yet appear what we shall be: but [but] we know…

We know. Not question, not doubt, but we know. We know that we know that we know. How do I know? I speak in tongues. I got the evidence to prove.

1 John 3:2:
… but we know that, when he [Jesus Christ] shall appear, we shall be like him; for we shall see him as he [what?] is.

That's exactly what they said in Acts; same Jesus is what? Coming back. What a tremendous truth, people. And how excitingly real that you and I are part of this. How tremendous that we’ve had the privilege of sitting through an advanced class of the unfolding of an abundance of the greatness of the Word.

That's why Ephesians chapter 1 is always burning in my soul, and I can't get away from it. Because it is the Christ of all the greatness of the Revelation given to the church and the body, to the sons of God. And there is nothing higher.

Verse 3. Ephesians 1.

Ephesians 1:3:
Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who hath [past tense] blessed [who has blessed] us with all [or every] spiritual blessings in [the heavenlies, or by or from the heavenlies] heavenly places in Christ:

See, I said to you in the Gospels, Jesus’ teaching was constantly on how the people were to become believers. The church epistle teaching is you are a believer. You are a believer. For when you confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus and believe God raised him from the dead you are what? And you are a believer. That's why you've been blessed by God the Father and His son our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ with every spiritual blessing.

Then why didn't we operate all nine all the time? Because we didn't know how. Nobody taught us from the Word. From the moment of the new birth, you're loaded with everything, right? It's Christ in you, the inner man. It's all there. But if you're not taught what you've got, you can't utilize it. If you're not taught that this pencil can be used for writing, you couldn't write with it.

And Jesus had said before he ascended, go in all the world and do what? Teach. Teach. Teach. Do you remember? But, no. We’ve turned that around, get on a pulpit and springboard off of a text and go all over the world and come back to the text and go home. Preaching.

It is the teaching of the truth of the accuracy of God’s Word that makes it possible for believers to operate the Word in their lives, because of the great love and justice of God giving man freedom of will. You, by the freedom of will, chose him. So he came in. But by the freedom of will you must operate the power within.

Blessed with every spiritual blessing. Then do I have to pray to be blessed? {No.} I am what? {Blessed.} And I have to be thankful. That’s all.

Look at verse 4.

Ephesians 1:4:
According as he hath [what?] chosen us in him…

Who did the choosing? {God.} He did. He did. He hath chosen us.

The reason God could choose us is because in is foreknowledge – because he has omniscient, omnipotent, omnipresent, everything – He could choose us because He knew what we would choose by the freedom of our wills. So He knew before the what. Right. He knew you would be in this advanced class, that's why He chose you.

You're not here by accident, you're here by providence. You're not here because you were so good but because God was so good in Christ Jesus and made you good. That's why you're here. God has His hand upon you, and His hand will be upon you as long as you allow Him by the freedom of His will to have His hand on your life. But you can be in advanced class and screw up tomorrow. God have mercy on you if you do because your rewards won’t amount to anything. But you can because you have one thing. What? Free will.

What a tremendous truth and what a joy it is to God when He has a son, a daughter, who by the freedom of his will says; I will serve you. I will stand for you. I love you as my Father. I will commit my life to you. I am obedient to you, my Father. By the freedom of their will. It’s a tremendous thing.

Even an earthly Father gets blessed to hear his child say “I love you.” Our heavenly Father is better than any earthly father. How blessed He is when a child by the freedom of their will says;  gosh, I sure love you Daddy for getting me out of all this soup and getting me born again and making me your child, and blessing me with every spiritual blessing. And I am thankful that you chose me.

My earthly daddy chose me. Do you know that? I didn't have a lousy thing to do with it. That's right. Neither did you. So, really, you were chosen by your earthly parents. Well, what about if you're born again? You're chosen by your heavenly Father. I have no problems with that at all. I just think it's beautiful, and it’s so simple to understand. He chose us that we should be what? Holy and without blame before him in love. And the text is, before him in Christ. That's how we are holy and without blame.

Before Him because we are in Christ. In Christ is your walk of love. Christ in you is the new birth. You in Christ is your walk. It’s fellowship.

Verse 6.

Ephesians 1:6:
To the praise of the glory of his [God’s] grace, wherein he hath made us [he hath made us] accepted…

The word is, He has made us lovely and acceptable. He, God, made us what? Lovely. So whenever you feel unlovely you better read Ephesians. God made you what? {Lovely.}So act like it. Throw your shoulders back, your head up, and walk like a son of God, like a daughter of God. Walk like a child of God. He has made you lovely and acceptable…

Ephesians 1:6:
in the beloved. [In Christ]

Now look at verse 7.

Ephesians 1:7:
In whom we have [what?] redemption…

We've got it. Not something a believer has to pray for, you’ve got it.

Ephesians 1:7:
In whom we have redemption through his blood, the [remission of sins. Forgiveness is the word remission] forgiveness of sins, according to the riches of his [what?] grace;

That is why, class, no one is ever so low down, so far down in life, but that underneath are the everlasting arms of God. And nobody sense-knowledge wise through his egotism ever puts himself up on the height of the ladder. But around the top is the everlasting arms of God.

It is according to the riches of the grace of God. And grace is unmerited faith. God so loved, class, that He gave. V.P. did not so love that he gave; God loved that He gave His only begotten Son.

Now the only thing that you and I are called upon to do by the freedom of our will, if we renew our minds, is to so love Him that we stand for Him. That we speak for Him as our Father. That we declare His wonderful Son.

That's why we have all nine all the time. They’re all nine in you all the time, and will be in you as long as you live. The only thing you and I have to do is get them out. They’re in, now we got to get them out to bless people with the greatness of God’s Word and of God's power.

I'd like to close with the record tonight from the book of Job. A record that Mrs. Wierwille was so tremendously excited about the other morning, and of course she excited me. It's a woman's job, isn't it? And I was thinking on the closing of this advanced class, 1983 here, at this time. And this record from Job would be most fitting and proper.

Job had those three wonderful friends. They were great helpers. I believe he called them miserable comforters. And he ends up, in the 31st chapter, with the words, the words of Job are what? Ended. Verse 40. 31st chapter, last verse, last phrase;

Job 31:40:
… The words of Job are [what?] ended.

So these three men ceased to answer Job because he was righteous in his own eyes. They said, man, we can't help this dude any further. He’s so darned righteous in his own eyes nobody could help him.

And I love it. This was said of Job, a servant – Old Testament. Beloved, now are we the sons of God spoken to us. Jesus Christ who knew no sin became sin so we could become the righteousness of what. {God.} Even of Job the miserable comforter says, we can't help that dude, he’s too righteous.

They’re going to say the same thing, your miserable comforters, about you. They’re going to say you're an egotist. You say you’re righteous? Look at you. You say the more abundant life? Look at you. No matter what the miserable comforters say, just don't let them make you miserable because you are what the Word of God says you are.

And so Job had had about enough of those miserable comforters, and in verse 35 of the 31st chapter he says,

Job 31:35:
Oh that one would hear me! behold, my desire is, that the Almighty would answer me, and [the second desire is] that mine adversary had written a book.

Oh, that’s beautiful. Job said, sure wish the almighty would answer me but I want to tell you something; I with you old devil had written a book. I wish mine adversary had written a book.

There is no book written called The Devil, The Adversary. And Job says, I wish he'd have written a book. Man, if he'd have written a book we could have found chapter and verse on him and we could have socked it you, he was telling. That's what he was saying. Wish the adversary had written a book, then we'd have it all documented. What Job was saying, look, I want to tell you, miserable comforters, my God’s upfront. He writes a book. My God, you can know what He is by reading the book. He’s upfront with the truth. Wish mine adversary had written one.

That's why we must teach the whole book, the whole Word, for the Word of God is the will of God. All the devious ways of the adversary are not written in God's book. That's why Job said, I wish the adversary had written his book. Then we'd know all the devious ways. Job, Old Testament. Not written. Not written. Wish mine adversary had written a book. And because the adversary has never written a book is why God, in His mercy and grace, allowed us to have the nine manifestations. So that we, by the utilization of the Christ in us, the power of God, via the nine manifestations are able to be more than conquerors through him who loves us and who gave himself for us. That we can have a life that is more than abundant.

And I think those words are quite significant in Job tonight for your learning, because I am quite confident many of you didn't even know they were in there. But you know now, don't you? That's why you're advanced class. Wish to God mine adversary has written a book. If he’d written one we would know all of his devious ways. But he didn't. That's why God, in Christ, put in you the nine manifestations of the spirit, so you could always know his devious ways.

And that is my sharing with you tonight. And I just want you to have God’s best, which you’ve got,  if I want you to be God’s best, which depends entirely upon you. But I love you and I thank God for you.

Father, in the name of Jesus Christ I thank you for every individual in the advanced class. Thank you for your love, your grace, your goodness. Thank you for your blessing upon their lives. And may we so walk that the greatness of your Word will be manifested, and people will again be able to say of us as they have of others in previous gene…

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