The masterpiece Bridegroom part 2 preached by Pastor David Tshibambe on Thursday, 5 July 2018.
Matthew 17: 1-5
Hebrews 1: 1-5
101 God gave His Word so much here, so much here, so much here, for each age. And then He sent a prophet down, anointed to make that Word come to pass, and it supports the other one that was coming. See, like the Messiah, always supported. Every prophet in his own life, his own being, the Word that was given for that day, he come and fulfilled that written Word and foretold of what the other one was going to be. And every one of them spoke of Him (amen) ’cause He was the fullness, He was the Head of the prophets, He was the Word of God, He was the prophets. Amen! There He is. Notice! How wonderful what He was: each one of those prophets.
102 Then when He come, He was the fullness of all the prophets, manifested; ’cause they were the Word of the Lord, and He said Himself, “If you call those gods, whom the Word of God come to, how can you condemn Me when I say ‘I’m the Son of God’?” See, even those in that age was identified as gods, God called them, Himself, “gods.” What were they? They were manifestations of His Word. And here was He, t
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