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The Doctrine of the Open Door. The Open Doors Provided by God in Time of Disaster.

Friday, November 5, 2010

Point 10.
The Mechanics of the Open Doors.

a. Prayer, COL 4:3;
b. Objective thinking of B.D;
c. Word of God;
d. Providential Circumstances;
e. Ministry of the H.S.;
f. Guidance through comparison of scripture;
g. Recall of doctrines you have been taught.

h. The Open Doors that God provides in times of disaster.

God’s plan and solutions for the greatest disasters in life.

He had seen all these disasters and came through and survived all of them one way, and one way only, by way of the Word of God.

An acrostic is a poem or series of lines in which certain letters, usually the first in each line, form a name, or a motto, or a message when read in sequence.

Psa 119 is his file to show us how he could take shock, torture, abuse and be victorious because of the doors God opens up even in times of disaster.

Psalm 119, verses 65 to 75, the writer of Psa 119 gives us the divine perspective and some spiritual insight having to do with disaster and describing the doors God opened for him before, during, and after the time of disaster.

Jeremiah had taught many doctrinal principles to this young man entangled all up in chains as he was marching out of the city.

He was used as an open door for his people inside of the prison of slavery, while Jeremiah was used as an open door for those outside the prison of slavery.

Sometimes God delivers us In a disastrous decision while other times God delivers us from a disastrous decision.

JER 31:17, “And there is hope for your future,”
In other words, no matter what you go through Ezra, there is hope.

The Hebrew word for hope yachal
to wait; to be patient, to have hope and confidence while operating in the faith-rest drill under maximum pressure.

Prin - Every single one of us at some time will have only the “word” as our only hope during times of disaster.

Ezra will be under intense treatment but the Lord will always be ready with compassion.

PSA 30:5, For His anger is but for a moment, His favor is for a lifetime; Weeping may last for the night, But a shout of joy {comes} in the morning.

Hope is the Hebrew word yachal = again to have faith rest under pressure.

“Seeks”
darash =
to continue under pressure; to overcome obstacles.

“Waits silently” in the Hebrew is the Hebrew verb duwmawn =
to be silent, no murmuring or complaining, PHI 2:14, can only be done through doctrine.

The yoke refers to the burden, oppression, the time of suffering,
GAL 6:5, For each one shall bear his own load.

It is good for a man that he should bear the yoke in his youth the word youth is the noun neurah =
times of freshness, vigor or energy which makes bearing of burdens easier.

GRACE!

OT = ECC 9:2 It is the same for all. There is one fate for the righteous and for the wicked; for the good, for the clean, and for the unclean; for the man who offers a sacrifice and for the one who does not sacrifice. As the good man is, so is the sinner; as the swearer is, so is the one who is afraid to swear.

NT = MAT 5:45b, for He causes His sun to rise on {the} evil and the good, and sends rain on the righteous and the unrighteous.

God is just and righteous and because of this God is perfect, His plan is perfect, and His solutions are perfect.

Acrostic Psalms =
the first word in a sentence begins with a Hebrew letter representing a principle of doctrine or meaning that allows us to understand the correct interpretation of what the verse is about to say.

So the first file is the ALEPH file which represents an OX in the ancient world which meant prosperity or how to be prosperous.

In Psalm 119 the first file or letter in the Hebrew alphabet, aleph, begins the first eight verses, 1-8, and every verse begins with the letter aleph and therefore each verse represents
prosperity or how to be prosperous.

Therefore, the first eight verses are classified under the category of “aleph file” which tells us how to be prosperous according to divine viewpoint or the mind ot thinking of our Lord Jesus Christ.

The aleph file then means that the first word in each verse must begin with the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet which is “A” or aleph which looks like this:
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The first word is the sentence is Ashreey
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which is translated "Blessed" and notice it begins with the letter aleph
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Here is an “open door” 1CO 10:13, the way of escape also, that you may be able to endure it.
Walk in the law of the Lord.

The first word is the sentence is Ashreey
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which is translated “Blessed” and notice it begins with the letter aleph
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The first word is the sentence is ‘Ap
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which is translated “Also” and notice it begins with the letter aleph.

The first word is the sentence is ‘Ataah
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which is translated “Thou” and notice it begins with the letter aleph.

The first word is the sentence is ‘Ach-lay
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which is translated “Oh that” it begins with the letter aleph.

The first word is the sentence is ‘Aaz
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which is translated “Then” also beginning with the letter aleph.

The first word is avdk
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which is translated
“I shall,”
it begins with the letter aleph.

The first word in this sentence is the word ayth ????????????
a phonetic sound which is untranslatable, it’s almost like a sigh meaning as we would say in the English language Ahhh... = “Oh your statues.”

Every verse talks about the means of true prosperity which is PMA of the word of God.

1 - His law
2 - His testimonies
3 - His ways
4 - His precepts
5 - His statutes
6 - His commandments
7 - His judgments
8 -His statutes

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