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Paul’s Union with God

Paul makes his own experience the pattern for all believers, and that union with the Law Giver is the answer to the question of how we are to be morally guided if we “set aside the Law”, so to speak. A classic message.

Phinehas – Priest of Obedience

The decline of obedience to the moral laws of God in society and in the church will ultimately bring upon themselves the redemptive judgments of God.

Prudence: the Discipline of Godly Speech

We will know when we are speaking prudently when peace is its fruit.

Psalm 51 and Repentance (1 of 2)

An episode in King David’s life that profits and instructs future generations in a way that no other psalm has more deeply revealed the nature of sin, the mercy of God, repentance and atonement.

Psalm 51 and Repentance (2 of 2)

Part 2 of K-320

Psalm 51 – The Sinfulness of Sin

A thought-provoking examination of the nature and power of sin in mankind. Art at his best.

Reconciling the Body of Christ

This is an early expression of an enduring theme, pointing towards true communion, true anointing and true breaking as the path toward true reconciliation.

Sanctified unto a Bride

One of Art’s best expositions of Psalm102 in which he shows how the mysteries of the faith come together in a final fulfillment of the church’s bridal purity that allows the Lord to be Israel’s Deliverer. A 2005 milestone message!

Seek not the Approval of Men

Speaking from John 5, Art makes the point that if there is an iota in us of the desire to receive honor from men, we negate the truth and reality of our witness, our integrity, our word.

Sent from God – Isaiah’s call

“Who will go for us?” The word “who” haunts me; it suggests very few candidates. How often do you find a believer who has risen above the prevailing culture and the correctness of his doctrine, who really knows God as God, who sees God as terrifying, stupefying and vast? When was the last time you met someone who has seen God in His greatest act, namely, the revelation of the nature of God in His suffering and death, which has ever and always been His nature? The only thing that the cross did was reveal what God always was and is; He is a servant, a sent one Himself.

Sin and Holiness (1 of 2)

In the final analysis, Art maintains that our every error has its source in our inadequate conception of sin, and that we have not become sufficiently acquainted with its workings or its power.

Sin and Holiness (2 of 2)

In the final analysis, Art maintains that our every error has its source in our inadequate conception of sin, and that we have not become sufficiently acquainted with its workings or its power.

Speaking the Truth (1 of 2)

From Ephesians 4, a message on speaking the truth in love as being the principal key to fullness and maturity in the Church. Art maintains that we are called to safeguard the sanctity of speech for the purposes of God.

Speaking the Truth (2 of 2)

From Ephesians 4, a message on speaking the truth in love as being the principal key to fullness and maturity in the Church. Art maintains that we are called to safeguard the sanctity of speech for the purposes of God.

Spiritual Authority

Speaking from Mark 9, Art shows that true spiritual authority conveys the reality and the sense of God as He is, and goes on to show where that reality is found and maintained.

Strange Fire I

From Leviticus chapter 10 and the episode of Aaron’s two sons, Art shows how rash, impetuous and self-initiating works done in the service of God may well be a type of “false fire” – reducing the sense of God, the fear of Him, and His holiness. An early 2000’s message.

Strange Fire II

Similar to K-297, and continuing with the theme, Art examines the anatomy of what propels young men and women to initiate their own service for God: namely, the desire to see the glory as being more important than the holiness of God. A 2006 message.

Streams of Life

From Ezekiel 47. Only in the center of the river of life, where the depth precludes standing on one’s own feet and the current is stronger than our will, is the water pure and undefiled.

Submission unto Death

Speaking from the episode of Lazarus’ resurrection, Art urges a willing submission to the processes of “death” by which all that inheres in our self-life may be purified.

Submission – A Going Down

From Luke 2, Art shows that submission and humility were the logic of the life of Christ, and is for us a key to our own attainment of maturity, wisdom and stature in God.



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