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Families of Revealing Truths Ministry (RTM) are being severely attacked by the enemy of souls. In light of 1 Tim. 3, leaders in RTM found it necessary to take watchful care of their first line of responsibility; the spiritual health of their immediate families. As such, RTM is currently on sabbatical until the families are strengthened spiritual to move forward in the work of the Lord.

We trust that your faithful prayers for us, and our diligent efforts will have us to return with renewed strength and the Spirit of God. At such time, we will launch the gospel mission that God has called us to.

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To Whom Do Man And All His Possesions Belong?

Worship for Week: Sunday, January 25, 2015 ( Sunday's Study)
 

1.      What was man's, nature before he sinned? Eccl. 7:29


God made man upright; He gave him noble traits of character, with no bias toward evil. He endowed him with high intellectual powers, and presented before him the strongest possible inducements to be true to his allegiance. {PP 49.3}


2.      What relation did he sustain to the creation? Ps. 8:6-8;Gen. 1:26


While they remained true to God, Adam and his companion were to bear rule over the earth. Unlimited control was given them over every living thing. The lion and the lamb sported peacefully around them or lay down together at their feet. The happy birds flitted about them without fear; and as their glad songs ascended to the praise of their Creator, Adam and Eve united with them in thanksgiving to the Father and the Son.  {PP 50.2} 

1.      How did he lose this dominion? Gen. 3:6, 17-19, 23


2.      How many were affected by his fall? Rom. 5:12


        Not only man but the earth had by sin come under the power of the wicked one, and was to be restored by the plan of redemption. At his creation Adam was placed in dominion over the earth. But by yielding to temptation, he was brought under the power of Satan. "Of whom a man is overcome, of the same is he brought in bondage." 2 Peter 2:19. When man became Satan's captive, the dominion which he held, passed to his conqueror. Thus Satan became "the god of this world." 2 Corinthians 4:4. He had usurped that dominion over the earth which had been originally given to Adam. But Christ, by His sacrifice paying the penalty of sin, would not only redeem man, but recover the dominion which he had forfeited. All that was lost by the first Adam will be restored by the second. Says the prophet, "O tower of the flock, the stronghold of the daughter of Zion, unto thee shall it come, even the first dominion." Micah 4:8. And the apostle Paul points forward to the "redemption of the purchased possession." Ephesians 1:14. God created the earth to be the abode of holy, happy beings. The Lord "formed the earth and made it; He hath established it, He created it not in vain, He formed it to be inhabited." Isaiah 45:18. That purpose will be fulfilled, when, renewed by the power of God, and freed from sin and sorrow, it shall become the eternal abode of the redeemed. "The righteous shall inherit the land, and dwell therein forever." "And there shall be no more curse: but the throne of God and of the Lamb shall be in it; and His servants shall serve Him." Psalm 37:29; Revelation 22:3.  {PP 67.1}

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Worship for Week: Sunday, January 25, 2015 ( Monday's Study)
 

 

1.      Who is the author of sin? 1 John 3:8; Gen. 3: 13


2.      In what manner did man come under the control of Satan? 2 Peter 2:19


3.      What relation does he now naturally sustain to sin? Rom. 7: 14


Satan is seeking to drag the whole human race, and the mission of Christ to set men free from his power. Those wretched beings, dwelling in the place of graves, possessed by demons, in bondage to uncontrolled passions and loathsome lusts, represent what humanity would become if given up to satanic jurisdiction. Satan's influence is constantly exerted upon men to distract the senses, control the mind for evil, and incite to violence and crime. He weakens the body, darkens the intellect, and debases the soul. Whenever men reject the Saviour's invitation, they are yielding themselves to Satan. Multitudes in every department in life, in the home, in business, and even in the church, are doing this today. It is because of this that violence and crime have overspread the earth, and moral darkness, like the pall of death, enshrouds the habitations of men. Through his specious temptations Satan leads men to worse and worse evils, till utter depravity and ruin are the result.

1.      How much was lost by the fall of man?


This will be evident to all who will briefly consider the matter, 1. God created man upright and pronounced him good. Man was therefore’ holy, not righteous; for righteousness implies a character formed in harmony with a rule of right, but holy in the sense that he belonged to God, and was wholly free from sin. He transgressed the command of God and became a sinner, or lost his holiness. 2. God gave him dominion over the earth but when man transgressed he became a child of Satan, a slave of sin; and therefore his dominion passed to Satan, to whom he had yielded. 3 If man had continued to obey God, he would never have died. Righteousness tendeth to life (Prov. 10:16, 17; 11:30); but man sinned, and the wages of sin is death. Therefore man lost by the fall holiness, dominion, and life.


2.      Who came into possession of the earth through the fall of man? Job 9:24


 


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Worship for Week: Sunday, January 25, 2015 ( Tuesday's Study)
 

1.      Of whom are those who sin? 1 John 3:8


The wicked of course includes wicked men, but it does not refer to them primarily. Satan is the root of wickedness—wicked men are the branches. Said Jesus to the Jews, '' Ye are of your father the devil.'' That is, as regards character, wicked men are the offspring of Satan.


2.      How does the apostle describe the world in  its present state? 1 John 5:19


3.       Who is the acknowledged ruler of this world? Eph. 2:2

4.      What titles does he bear? John 12:31; 2 Cor. 4:4

When man was created, God gave him dominion over the earth, but when man turned from God and yielded to Satan, he became subject to Satan, and the world passed under Satan's control. Hence Satan is called in the Scriptures, '' the prince of this world"(John 12:31), and "the god of this world" (2 Cor. 4:4); or, according to another Scripture, "We know that we are of God, and the whole world lieth in the evil [wicked] one." 1 John 5:19. Therefore when Job says, '' The earth is given into the hand of the wicked; he covereth the faces of the judges thereof,'' it means that Satan and his servants so rule that the faces of the righteous judges are covered for shame and grief.

1.      For what purpose did Christ come into the world? Luke 19:10; 1 John 3:8b


2.      In what way did he redeem man from death? Heb. 2:9,14


In assuming human nature that He might reach to the very depths of human woe and misery, and lift man up, Christ has shown what estimate He places upon the human race. In this work everything was at stake. Satan claimed to be the lawful owner of the fallen race; and with what persistent efforts did he seek to overthrow Christ through his subtlety! It was only by most desperate conflict with the powers of Satan that Christ could accomplish his purpose of restoring the almost obliterated image of God in man, and place his own signature upon his forehead. It was a desperate battle; for Satan had so long worked in league with human intelligences as to about completely intercept every ray of light shining from the throne of God upon the human mind. The cross of Calvary alone could destroy the works of the devil. In that wondrous sacrifice all eyes were called to "behold the Lamb of God that taketh away the sin of the world." The love of Christ kindles in the heart of all who continue to behold him.  {PC 164.2} 

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Worship for Week: Sunday, January 25, 2015 ( Wednesday's Study)
 

1.      What assurance have we that the lost possession will be redeemed? Eph. 1:13,14


What greater thing could be promised? What more is necessary to awaken a response in every soul, to inspire us with a longing for the great gift? Shall not our half-hearted supplications be turned into petitions of intense desire for this great blessing?  {ST, August 7, 1901 par. 7}


We do not ask for enough of the good things God has promised. If we would reach up higher and expect more, our petitions would reveal the quickening influence that comes to every soul who asks with the full expectation of being heard and answered. The Lord is not glorified by the tame supplications which show that nothing is expected… If we realized the greatness of the gift, if we desired the attainment of the blessing, our petitions would ascend with earnestness, importunity, urgency. It would be as if we were at the gate of heaven, soliciting entrance.  {ST, August 7, 1901 par. 8}


 In giving the Holy Spirit, it was impossible for God to give more. To this gift nothing could be added. By it all needs are supplied. The Holy Spirit is the vital presence of God, and if appreciated will call forth praise and thanksgiving, and will ever be springing up unto everlasting life. The restoration of the Spirit is the covenant of grace. Yet how few appreciate this great gift, so costly, yet so free to all who will accept it? {YRP 284.2}

 

2.      How much will then be redeemed? Rev. 21:4,5

In spite of all the good qualities a man may have, he cannot be a good soldier if he acts independently of those connected with him. Occasional and uncertain movements, however earnest and energetic, will in the end bring defeat. Take a strong team of horses. If, instead of both pulling together, one should suddenly jerk forward and the other pull back, they would not move the load, notwithstanding their great strength. So the soldiers of Christ must work in concert, else there will be a mere concourse of independent atoms. Strength, instead of being carefully treasured to meet one great end, will be wasted in disconcerted, meaningless efforts. In union is strength. A few men and women who unite together, having the glory of God in view, will be growing in strength and wisdom, and gaining new victories. There is much hard work to be done for the Master, and much wisdom must be brought into the work. It is the unconquerable perseverance, the never-failing endurance, which will bring the victory. Many have a theory of truth, but know scarcely anything of the sweet victories through that faith which overcometh the world. An experience must be gained by each one for himself, or we shall never sit down with the suffering Man of Calvary. It will cost us all we have, but as a reward we shall inherit all things.  {ST, September 7, 1891 par. 7} 


1.      What relation will man then sustain to the creation? Rev. 21:7


2.      Through whom is this dominion to be restored? Micah 4:8; Eph. 1:10

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Worship for Week: Sunday, January 25, 2015 ( Thursday's Study)
 

1.      What relation does man sustain to the purchased possession in this life? Rom. 8:17


The fulfillment of the promise that we shall be joint-heirs with Christ rests upon our willingness to deny self. When Christ takes possession of His kingdom, it will be those who on this earth have followed Him in self-denial and sacrifice who will receive the reward of everlasting life.  {UL 235.4} 


Christ's call to sacrifice and unreserved surrender means crucifixion of self. In order to obey this call, we must have unquestioning faith in Him as the perfect Example, and we must have a clear realization that we are to represent Him to the world. Those who work for Christ are to work in His lines. They are to live His life. His call to unreserved surrender is to be to them supreme. They are to allow no earthly tie or interest to prevent them from giving Him the homage of their hearts and the service of their lives. Earnestly and untiringly they are to labor with God to save perishing souls from the power of the tempter.  {UL 235.5} 


Those who are thus connected with Christ learn constantly of Him, passing through the successive stages of progress in Christian experience. Difficulty and perplexity come to them, that they may learn more perfectly the will and way of Christ. But they pray and believe, and by exercise their faith increases.  {UL 235.6} 

1.      What was the price for man's redemption?1 Peter 1:18,19; 1 John 3:16


2.      Then to whom does man and all he possesses belong? 1 Cor. 6:19,20


All men have been bought with this infinite price. By pouring the whole treasury of heaven into this world, by giving us in Christ all heaven, God has purchased the will, the affections, the mind, the soul, of every human being. Whether believers or unbelievers, all men are the Lord's property. All are called to do service for Him, and for the manner in which they have met this claim, all will be required to render an account at the great judgment day.  {COL 326.1} 


God would have us realize that he has a right to mind, soul, body, and spirit,--to all that we possess. We are his by creation and by redemption. As our Creator, he claims our entire service. As our Redeemer, he has a claim of love as well as of right,--of love without a parallel. This claim we should realize every moment of our existence.  {RH, November 24, 1896 par. 12} 


Before believers and unbelievers we must constantly recognize our dependence upon God. Our bodies, our souls, our lives, are his, not only because they are his free gift, but because he constantly supplies us with his benefits, and gives us strength to use our faculties. By returning to him his own, by willingly laboring for him, we show that we recognize our dependence upon him.  {RH, November 24, 1896 par. 13} 

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Worship for Week: Sunday, January 25, 2015 ( Friday's Study)
 

1.      From whom does man derive power to get wealth? Deut. 8:17,18


2.      Can man therefore glory in what he possesses? 1 Cor. 3:21-23; Jer. 9:23,24


Those who love God supremely will realize that they are rich beyond computation in the wealth that God gives them.... Man possesses nothing to which he has an exclusive right. He does not even own himself; for he has been bought with a price, even the blood of the Son of God. Christ has a claim on all the property in our world. He can set in operation a train of circumstances which will sweep away the accumulated gain of years. He can also call in needed help for His children. . . .  {HP 302.2}

 

It is God who gives man the breath of life. We cannot originate; we can only collect that which God has originated. He is our guardian, our counsellor; and more than this, from His liberal supply we derive all the skill, tact, and ability that we possess. . . . All you possess is His gift, for you had nothing with which to create or purchase it. It is given you, not to become a wedge to separate you from Him, but to help you in doing His service.  {HP 302.3} 


The moment a man loses sight of the fact that his capabilities and possessions are the Lord's, that moment he is embezzling his Lord's goods. He is acting the part of an unjust steward, provoking the Lord to transfer His goods to more faithful hands. God calls upon those to whom He has entrusted His goods to handle them faithfully, to show to the world that they are laboring for the salvation of sinners. He calls upon those who profess to be under His supervision not to misrepresent Him in character. . . . He daily loadeth us with benefits. . . . Let us glorify Him by imparting to others the abundance He has bestowed upon us.  {HP 302.4}

Before men can be truly wise, they must realize their dependence upon God, and be filled with his wisdom. God is the source of intellectual as well as spiritual power. The greatest men, who have reached what the world regards as wonderful heights in science, are not to be compared with the beloved John or the great apostle Paul. It is when intellectual and moral power are combined that the greatest standard of manhood is reached. {SpTEd 50.1} 


Therefore let no man glory in men. For all things are yours." The Lord gives wisdom to those who will make the best use of this wisdom. Christ declares, "All power is given unto Me in heaven and in earth." God knows who is prepared to act as His helping hand in the closing scenes of this earth's history.  {21MR 399.4} 


God sees where His wisdom is most needed and where it will accomplish the most good. He will strengthen the minds of His servants. He will help them to devise and plan and execute for the greatest advantage of His work.  {21MR 399.5}


No one, however responsible the position he occupies is to take glory to himself. If he loves God with all the heart and his neighbor as himself, he will follow the example of Jesus Christ. As God's workmen bear responsibilities and carry burdens in the great harvest field let them remember that true success comes from God alone, and that every particle of the praise and glory belongs to Him. We are God's husbandry, God's building. We are to understand that power and efficiency come only from our heavenly Father. Under the generalship of Christ we are to do the work allotted to us. Each member of the church must have a living connection with its great Head.  {21MR 400.1} 

 

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