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Pastor Charles Stilwell ULCM


  • Zechariah And Elisabeth
    Wednesday, February 19, 2020
    In Luke 1:55 and 1:73, Mary and Zechariah make references to an oath that God made. Zechariah means God has remembered. His wife’s name, Elisheva means His oath. Put together, it says, God has remembered His oath. What oath did God make? In Genesis 22, on Mount Moriah, God made an oath, when Abraham offered up Isaac. Verse 16 says that God swore by Himself. It’s amazing for God to swear by Himself because when you swear by something you’re offering it up. Thus God is offering up Himself. Verse 14 says, in that mountain, it shall be provided. What mountain? Mount Moriah, which is also Calvary. God swore by Himself to Abraham, and 2,000 years later on that same mountain, He fulfilled His oath by offering His life on Calvary. All the promises of God rest on His oath, and that oath rests on Calvary. You can depend on Him. Whatever He promises in His Word, His love, His faithfulness to you, He will do it. He swore it by His own life which He offered up for you in the land of Moriah on a hill called Calvary.
    From Message #1142 - The Omega Oath
    Today's Mission
    Today, if you are in a situation that looks impossible, have faith that God will accomplish His Word in you. He will never forget His promise.
    Scripture: 2 Corinthians 1:20
    Luke 1:55
    Luke 1:73
    Genesis 22
    Rabbi Jonathan Cahn