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A Bride Adorned for the Bridegroom

Being the Bride of Christ has everything to do with one’s identification with the One who is “acquainted with sorrows,” and it is through being joined with Him in the fellowship of His sufferings that we are fitted for our bridal role.

A River of Life

Art insists that the waters of life flowing from the Throne are available here and now for those who are yielded to that Throne and to that Lordship.

Abrahamic Faith (1 of 2)

An in-depth study from Genesis 15 of Abraham’s faith that had its birthing in a vision.

Abrahamic Faith (2 of 2)

An in-depth study from Genesis 15 of Abraham’s faith that had its birthing in a vision.

Agenda for Biblical People

Art explores the implications of a heavenly society lived out in the cultures of today, a kingdom that a dying mankind needs to see demonstrated before them. Circa 1979 message.

All that is in the World

Speaking from an episode in the life of Abraham, Art challenges believers to a ruthless separation from a world that is at enmity with God in every point and particular – even in those things that appear outwardly good.

An Israelite in Whom is No Guile

Examining the incident of Jesus’ meeting with Nathaniel, Art describes the character required for fitting us to see “angels ascending and descending on the Son of Man.”

Ascending the Holy Hill

Drawing on theologian Karl Barth’s exegesis of Psalm 24, Art examines the characteristics of the person God distinguishes as being the one who will ascend His holy hill.

Ascending Zion

If the salvation of Israel is to come out of Zion, then what this Zion is in the mystery of God, and what it represents, is of utmost importance for a church that is called to fulfill His mysteries.

Attaining to Sonship

Though God has many children, He has few “sons” in the Hebraic understanding of that word. And He waits for a certain consecration for that crisis “crossing over” before He can say over us, “This day, I have begotten thee.”

Be Ye Perfect

Art defines being “perfect” before God as the willingness to refrain ourselves from our own humanly-contrived and well-intentioned doing in order to wait on that which can only come down from above. A 1970′s message.

Bridal Love

Restoring “Thou shalt love” to its rightful place as the great and all-encompassing commandment.

But He Refused

A glimpse of the workings of God in the life of Joseph.

Cain and Abel – The First Murder (1 of 3)

The righteous are those who have chosen to make themselves defenseless and weak, and choose rather to cast themselves on God.

Cain and Abel – The First Murder (2 of 3)

The righteous are those who have chosen to make themselves defenseless and weak, and choose rather to cast themselves on God.

Cain and Abel – The First Murder (3 of 3)

The righteous are those who have chosen to make themselves defenseless and weak, and choose rather to cast themselves on God.

Circumcision as Separation

Art speaks to the condition necessary for anyone to love God with all their heart: namely, no confidence in the flesh. Interwoven with Art’s testimony. A 1971 message.

Come up and Be There!

A look at a crucial but chronically overlooked aspect of Moses’ time on the mount alone with God.

Come up unto Me and be there

The expediency of man vs. the extravagance of God.

Costly Submission

How we relate to any form of authority is the greatest opportunity to demonstrate the grace and knowledge of God, and is the very sanctifying provision of God itself.



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