Day by Day – Organic Practices

My Spirit! My Heart!

My Spirit! My Heart!

Below are links to two documents of verses on "My spirit!" and "My Heart!", put together by Brother Minoru Chen. They survey all the key verses on our spirit and our heart from the entire Bible. They can be used ...
2013 Full-Time Team Reunion - Austin, TX (AUDIO/VIDEO)

2013 Full-Time Team Reunion – Austin, TX (AUDIO/VIDEO)

The audio files of messages given at the 2013 full-time team reunion in Austin, Texas are available on the church in Austin's website. The message titles are as follows: Message 1 – The Privilege, The Need, and the Joy of ...
A Call to Prayer - A Letter From the Co-Workers in North America (Dec. 2012)

A Call to Prayer – A Letter From the Co-Workers in North America (Dec. 2012)

From December 1 through 21, 2012, a special three-week prayer time of the local churches in the Lord’s recovery will take place. We urge as many saints as possible to deliberately separate themselves unto the ministry of prayer during that ...
The Application of the Universal Oneness of the Spirit, Through the Exercise of the Mingled Spirit, to Bring in the One Accord, Issuing in a Harmonious Symphony, for the Building up of the Body of Christ, the Preparation of the Bride of Christ, and the Rich All-Excelling Mutual Enjoyment of the Father and His Many Sons in the Father’s House, the Church

The Application of the Universal Oneness of the Spirit, Through the Exercise of the Mingled Spirit, to Bring in the One Accord, Issuing in a Harmonious Symphony, for the Building up of the Body of Christ, the Preparation of the Bride of Christ, and the Rich All-Excelling Mutual Enjoyment of the Father and His Many Sons in the Father’s House, the Church

Submitted by: D.W.B. (Irving, TX) The Body of Christ, the universal Church, needs the oneness. The churches, the universal Church locally, additionally need the one accord. Oneness is universal. All believers everywhere throughout all of time are one in the ...
Psalm 68: Travels with the Triune God

Psalm 68: Travels with the Triune God

Psalm 68 is both the highest and most difficult to understand psalm in the Bible (Life-study of the Psalms, p. 315). It is a psalm, written in poetry, revealing God’s move on the earth in Christ to gain Zion. It ...
Shepherded to Shepherd

Shepherded to Shepherd

Psalm 23 is likely the most well known passage in all of Christendom. However, it is often viewed in an entirely individual, objective, and shallow way. In order to have a proper appreciation of Psalm 23, we need to see ...
Reviving Every Morning

Reviving Every Morning

Submitted by: Sarah Afram (New York City) We cannot have a normal Christian life with a lukewarm spirit. Sins, lusts, worldly distractions, and even sleep cool down our spirit, making it lukewarm, so that we prefer the things of the ...
Keys to the Normal Christian Life and Church Life

Keys to the Normal Christian Life and Church Life

In Message 10 of the recent Summer Training, Brother Ed Marks shared some parallelistic phrases from the Word which describe to us the proper living of a vital person. We should keep these and other similar phrases (in bold below) ...
Let’s Sing With and To Our Children

Let’s Sing With and To Our Children

Submitted by: RE (Anaheim, CA) I came accros the biography of Elisha A. Hoffman, the author of more than 2000 hymns. He wrote: "I must tell Jesus all of my trials (Hymn 787)", "Leaning on the everlasting arms (Hymn 558)", ...
Walk with the Lord

Walk with the Lord

Submitted by: David C (Houston, TX) Dear saints, I recently came across Hymn 788 which touched me very much. More than just beautiful poetry, this song describes an intimate walk with the Lord, from morning to evening. This is to ...