Fruit of D'Vine is the name of our monthly newsletter, based upon the biblical truth that each Christian is a “partaker of the divine nature” (2 Pet. 1:4-KJV), and that those who abide in Christ, the Vine, and are thus living truth, will bear godly fruit just as he did.
HAVE YOU SPENT ONE DAY WITH THE CREATOR?
Have you ordered your copy of One Day With The Creator? Seriously, if you love the Word, you will love this class. Here are some comments from other brethren who are watching it:
We listened to the first DVD, and we LOVED it! What is hitting me more than anything is the tender and loving heart of our God and how much John is speaking the name of Jesus Christ. That got completely lost in the later days of my former ministry. Truly a blessing!
BE LIKE PAUL: PREACH “JESUS AND THE RESURRECTION”
Dear Herald: No, I didn’t get your name wrong. As you may know, a “herald” was a royal messenger representing a monarch, who proclaimed or announced what his boss told him to. You once made Jesus Christ your “Lord” (kurios), and that means “boss,” so no matter what your mother called you, you can call yourself Herald.
OUR SACRED TRUST
With the imminent release of One Day With The Creator, I was pondering the immense privilege—and responsibility—it is to know the truth of God’s Word that we do. That reality is amplified by the simple fact that only a minute percentage of earthlings know the Truth that you know. If you do not know why that seemingly astounding statement is true, a glance at the history of the Christian Church will make it quite clear. One Day With The Creator contains such an overview.
WHAT IS TRUE UNITY?
Other than the Super Bowl®, February is probably most noted for Valentine's Day. Roses and chocolate will abound as couples affirm their undying love for one another. In the Garden of Eden, when God originated marriage, He referred to a man and a woman becoming "one flesh." In that term, God obviously envisioned an ultimate closeness, devoid of any division.