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February 3, 2022  

Before The Beginning (Origin) Part 2

Before The Beginning (Origin) Part 2
Brian Christian and Danielle Wellman will continue the discussion on eternal mysteries and scriptural allegory that reveals us as Spirit, gazing into a human experience. Tune in with us!
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February 3, 2022  

Does Unconditional Love Have boundaries?

Does Unconditional Love Have boundaries?
This will be our third video our team has done together on the subject of love. Our core family will be sharing about their perspective of unconditional love. We hope to bring a balanced view when it comes to unconditional love. Join Brian and Shauna Christian, Crystal Conard, Shakeira Adina and Andrew Medina on one of the most important and controversial subjects!
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January 25, 2022  

Before The Beginning (Our Origin) Part 1

In this video lesson, Danielle Wellman and Brian Christian will talk about different allegorical examples of us before we were human in eternity. We will also share about how we practically apply these mysteries in our human experience and the fruit that has been produced through the revelation of origin.
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January 22, 2022  

Moving into Upgraded Prophetic Ministry

Prophetic ministry has been defined and redefined over and over again over the past 34 yrs. Some of it was good in its time but now we need another upgrade in order to bring it into the unity of the faith. Tune in to todays message to find out more!
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January 1, 2022  

Using The Matrix To Unplug From It

Using The Matrix To Unplug From It
While many believe the Movie the Matrix was a science fiction film, it is really a documentary revealing how we perceive life as well as the illusions we create. In this video I will bring keys that will help you unplug from the illusions by first using these illusions to realize you were wired in. Tune in for the fuller picture!
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December 17, 2021  

The Journey into Truth Part 3 with Dr Bishop Bill Hanshew and Brian Christian

Isaiah 11:2 (NKJV) says, “2 The Spirit of the Lord shall rest upon Him, The Spirit of wisdom and understanding, The Spirit of counsel and might, The Spirit of knowledge and of the fear of the Lord.”
● In Isaiah 11 we read about the 7-Spirits of God that point to the perspective of the mind of Christ. Knowledge leads to wisdom, and wisdom leads to understanding, but it all comes down to the intentions of the heart, or mind, behind the pursuit that reveals truth as liberty.
● Isaiah 11:2 (TPT) says, “2 the Spirit of Yahweh {or, the Spirit of Prophecy} will rest upon him, the Spirit of Extraordinary Wisdom {or, the Spirit of Skillfulness}, the Spirit of Perfect Understanding {or, the Spirit of Intelligent Insight} the Spirit of Wise Strategy {or, the Spirit of Guidance}, the Spirit of Mighty Power {or, the Spirit of a Mighty Warrior}, the Spirit of Revelation {or, the Spirit of Knowledge}, and the Spirit of the Fear {or, the Spirit of Reverence} of Yahweh.”
● The Spirit of Yahweh is the Spirit of prophecy, or His manifest presence resting upon Him, and His creation. In the Hebrew culture, to say “the Spirit of Yahweh rests upon” someone meant the Spirit of prophecy was upon them.
● It is said that “the Spirit of Skillfulness” gives equipping ability for music, art, business, writing, creativity, and wisdom for judicial decisions. Paul prayed for the churches to receive this “Spirit of wisdom” as He taught in Ephesians 1:17-19.
● When we talk of “the Spirit of Intelligent Insight,” this imparts the ability to discern the truth, to know the meaning of riddles, and to decipher parables and allegories.
● Knowledge leads to wisdom, and wisdom leads to understanding, but it all comes down to the intentions of the heart, or mind, behind the pursuit that reveals truth as liberty.
● When talking about “the Spirit of Guidance,” it is important to understand the Hebrew word ʿēṣâ {āte–săw’} which is used numerous times in the Old Testament for “counsel, advice, or purpose.” It is also used for steering (guiding) a ship. This anointing imparts the wisdom and counsel needed for spiritual leadership.
● Also, the concept of knowledge is not that which is learned from books or study, but this knowledge is that which comes from experiencing intimacy with God. This is a part of the Journey INTO Truth.
● When my intentions are to pursue truth is from a place of lack and loss, that truth will justify self-preservation and will create barriers from receiving the rest of the truth that sets you free. It is not just about what you believe, but why you believe it that reveals the purpose of pursuit.
● The Holy Spirit will lead us into all truth, which speaks of a journey in which we should stay clear of absolutes or conclusions that tempt us to exalt ourselves into an ultimate place of arrival. While we as spirit-beings know all things and have arrived from the end to the beginning, our human-experience is purposefully on a journey of discovery.
● Isaiah 26:3 (TPT) says, “Perfect, absolute peace surrounds {or, watches over} those whose imaginations {or, steadfast mind} are consumed with you; they confidently trust in you.”
● For the phrase, “steadfast mind,” the Hebrew uses the word yēṣer {yāht’–sĕrdd} meaning “imagination” but comes from the word yāṣar {yăwt–sĕrdd’} meaning to fashion or to squeeze into share. This is what it means to form and frame up the mind by tapping into one’s supernatural imagination.
● The fact is that our imagination had been set apart by God and for God as holy. It seems to me that the imagination, both good and bad, has been a frequent concept throughout the Bible. What we are learning about are the pitfalls of doublemindedness and presumptuous-opinions that hold the truth captive within our ego, causing us to evade the real revelation of the Christ-mind within. We are discovering how easy it is to walk out truth by grace, especially when we understand the contradictions and supposed failures we encounter along the way, when we attempt to establish truth through the wrong lens.
December 17, 2021  

The Journey into Truth Part 2 with Dr Bishop Bill Hanshew and Brian Christian

Today was part-2 of our conversation, “THE JOURNEY INTO TRUTH!”
● How did you arrive at the truth of the revelation of Father’s mind within, and what did it do to you in the process. In this awakening maybe you remember the moment when you discovered the truth and how you felt about it.
● Apostle Brian says, “In this three-part discussion we will learn to understand how the mind responds to truth, becomes dogmatic in truth, and eventually leads us in our thinking into the rightly dividing of truth.”
● Romans 12:2 (TPT) says, “Stop imitating the ideals and opinions of the culture around you {or, don’t be squeezed into the mold of this present age}, but be inwardly transformed by the Holy Spirit through a total reformation of how you think. This will empower you to discern God’s will as you live a beautiful life, satisfying and perfect in his eyes.”
● It seems that Paul uses the Greek word aiōn {āh–yōwn’} which refers to “spaces of time” or “present time,” such as an eternal course or process. TPT footnotes says, “The Aramaic word carries the same idea, but it is much deeper in meaning. The Aramaic word is ‘alma, which means “to surround” like being surrounded in time.”
● Paul was warning them to not be conformed to this world’s ideology surrounded by time, which is the temporal-realm based on what we see, hear, and touch. We are not to be squeezed into the mold of this world system that is falling apart. Temporal things come to an end, and continuously change, as truth emerges within you. However, truth never comes to an end once you discover it.
● The Greek word for “truth” is said to be defined as reality. To embrace the reality of the Christ-mind that one cannot see or comprehend through carnal reasoning, is what brings more freedom into your life. So, how a person engages in the discovery of truth through the journey of the human-experience is by using God-given faculties to discern and find out what the truth is.
● The thinking faculty called the mind, a.k.a., the soul is what must be renewed to truth, being set free from limited thinking and believing. So, what is the “thinking faculty” we use to process information? These faculties include thought, imagination, memory, will, and sensation, and they are responsible for various mental phenomena, like perception, pain experience, belief, desire, intention and emotion.
● Now, the English word “renewing” comes from the Greek word anakainōsis {ăn–nī–kī–nō–sis} ultimately means renovation. The word renovation is defined as to restore to a former better state. Can you imagine that you were created with the mind of your Father fully complete? Yet in this human-persuasion of thought, mankind believed he was separated and hidden from God in some way.
● Philippians 4:8 (TPT) says, “Keep your thoughts continually fixed on all that is authentic and real, honorable and admirable, beautiful and respectful, pure and holy, merciful and kind. And fasten your thoughts on every glorious work of God, praising him always.”
● What Christ did, even from before the foundation of the universe, was that He became visible and dwelt among mankind to show them the Father, and to help them be restored back to their former and better state of mind or of thinking.
● Apostle Brian, you said, “Historically, every season in which God has poured-out fresh revelation, the pendulum swings from one extreme to another before finding its balance within the understanding of mankind.”
● What you focus on becomes the determining factor in what you see or understand. Therefore, focus to the revelation you have received, intended to never set up a permanent dwelling, but maybe an overnight camp out, knowing that all that is in the Christ-mind, is also within you, and it is rapidly being unfolded into your present understanding. I really hope you were enlightened and inspired to “dig deep into the well of Father’s mind within” as you watch this video lesson!
December 17, 2021  

The Journey into Truth Part 1 with Dr Bishop Bill Hanshew and Brian Christian

Today was part-1 of our conversation, “THE JOURNEY INTO TRUTH!”
● What were the steps that you remember to coming into a revelation that set you free? The Apostle John said in John 8:32 (TPT) “For if you embrace the truth, it will release true freedom into your lives.”
● How did you know the truth when you discovered it? The truth Jesus unveiled to mankind in their human-form state of mind and memory loss, supernaturally releases mankind from the bondage of mistaken identity, from the past, and from the bondage of religiously believing the practice of the law as a way to ultimate truth.
● Jesus was speaking these words to those who were not fully free from man-made traditions. The fact is that truth must be embraced and worked out through the divine process of spiritual maturity.
● The Greek word for “truth” is said to be defined as reality. To embrace the reality of the Christ-mind that one cannot see or comprehend through carnal reasoning, is what brings more freedom into your life. So, how does a person engage in the discovery of truth through the journey of the human-experience?
● Apostle Brian said, “In this three part discussion we will learn to understand how the mind responds to truth, becomes dogmatic in truth, and eventually leads us in our thinking into the rightly dividing of truth.”
● Romans 12:2 (NKJV) says, “And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God.”
● The thinking faculty called the mind, a.k.a., the soul is what must be renewed to truth, being set free from limited thinking and believing. So, what is the “thinking faculty” we use to process information? These faculties include thought, imagination, memory, will, and sensation. They are responsible for various mental phenomena, like perception, pain experience, belief, desire, intention and emotion.
● Now, the English word “renewing” comes from the Greek word anakainōsis {ăn–nī–kī–nō–sis} ultimately means renovation. The word renovation is defined as to restore to a former better state. Can you imagine that you were created with the mind of your Father fully complete? Yet in this human-persuasion of thought, mankind believed he was separated and hidden from God in some way.
● What Christ did, even from before the foundation of the universe, was that He became visible and dwelt among mankind to show them the Father, and to help them be restored back to their former and better state of mind or of thinking.
● Paul was warning them to not be conformed to this world’s ideology surrounded by time, which is the temporal-realm based on what we see, hear, and touch. Listen, we are not to be squeezed into the mold of this world system that is falling apart.
● Temporal things come to an end, and continuously change, as truth emerges within you. However, truth never comes to an end once you discover it. I hope you were enlightened and inspired to “dig deep into the well of Father’s mind within” as you watch this video lesson!
December 14, 2021  

Eternity and Time

In this lesson we will talk about the finished works of God from the foundation of the world and how events in time are all about eternity. Hebrews 4 mentions a day of rest for all humanity. And even though Jesus came and died on the cross, this day mentioned was offered to those before the cross. Is there really and old covenant and a new one? or is that how we as humans view what God commanded as the end from the beginning? Tune in to find out more on this mystery.
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December 13, 2021  

Independence, Interdependence and Codependence

Essential Meaning of independence
1: freedom from outside control or support : the state of being independent. They are fighting for independence from colonial rule. [=fighting because they want to stop being a colony ruled by another country]Her ambition is to achieve financial independence. [=to earn all the money she needs; to not depend on money given by anyone else]See More Examples
2: the time when a country or region gains political freedom from outside control. A month after independence, elections were held.
Interdependence is mutual dependence between things. If you study biology, you’ll discover that there is a great deal of interdependence between plants and animals.
Inter- means "between," so interdependence is dependence between things. We often use interdependence to describe complex systems. Marriage creates a state of interdependence between spouses. If your dog provides you with love and happiness, and you provide your dog with food and walks (and love and happiness), then your relationship with your dog is one of interdependence.
Definitions of interdependence
1. noun
a reciprocal relation between interdependent entities (objects or individuals or groups)
synonyms: interdependency, mutuality
codependency
co·de·pen·den·cy | \ ˌkō-di-ˈpen-dən(t)-sē \
Definition of codependency: a psychological condition or a relationship in which a person manifesting low self-esteem and a strong desire for approval has an unhealthy attachment to another often controlling or manipulative person (such as a person with an addiction to alcohol or drugs)broadly : dependence on the needs of or on control by another
Signs of codependency include:
• Difficulty making decisions in a relationship
• Difficulty identifying your feelings
• Difficulty communicating in a relationship
• Valuing the approval of others more than valuing yourself
• Lacking trust in yourself and having poor self-esteem
• Having fears of abandonment or an obsessive need for approval
• Having an unhealthy dependence on relationships, even at your own
cost
• Having an exaggerated sense of responsibility for the actions of others
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