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♪ I’m not moved by
what I feel ♪

♪ I don’t live by
what I see ♪

♪ Because my God has
made a way for me ♪

Welcome everybody to
Friday’s edition

of the Believer’s Voice of
Victory Broadcast.

Now, all last week talking
about these blood covenants

and the actions of
people that are recorded

in the book of blood Covenants.

Now, and I’ll repeat
what Gloria said.

She said that Jesus
trained these men.

He trained them and
taught them and set them

against sickness and disease.

Then he went to the
cross and bore it.

So let’s pick it up there

in the book of
Acts once more

and we can oh, let’s
go back here

in the second
chapter, verse 31.

“He seeing this before spake of
the resurrection of Christ,

that his soul was
not left in hell,

neither his flesh
did see corruption.

This Jesus hath
God raised up,

whereof we all are witnesses.

Therefore being by the
right hand of God exalted,

and having received of
the Father the promise

of the Holy Ghost,”

Then verse 46.

“And they, continuing daily with
one accord in the temple,

and breaking bread from house to
house, did eat their meat

with gladness and
singleness of heart,

Praising God, and having
favour with all the people.

And the Lord added to the church
daily such as should be saved.

Now Peter and John went up
together into the temple

at the ninth hour being 3 p.m.

And a certain man lame from
his mother’s womb was carried,

whom they laid daily at the gate
of the temple which is called

Beautiful, to ask alms of them
that entered into the temple;

Who seeing Peter and John
about to go into the temple

asked an alms.

And Peter, fastening his
eyes upon him…”

He gave heed unto them,
expecting to receive something

from them.”

Well, go back to
Mark 11, go back.

How many times did Jesus go
through that Beautiful gate?

He walked right through there.

He walked right by this man.

Are you going to tell me that
he’s going to pass by this man

and let him just sit there?


The reason he was expecting to
receive something is because

he had received before.

It is very obvious, Greg that
here I mean that Jesus would say

to the Jews, “Come on, now. Put
something in his hand.

Put something in his hand,”

well, why didn’t
he raise him up?

Well, you’ll have to ask him
that when you get to Heaven.

But no, the teaching here is
that Jesus told them

it is the father within me.

He does the works, the night
before he went to the cross.

So they knew that.

So if they were depending, then
they got baptized in the Holy

Ghost and spoke with
tongues and they realized

what happened to them.

And Peter stood up and preached.

It says that’s spoken
by the Prophet Joel?

– This is when the
last days began.

– Yes, right there.

And we’re in the last
of the last days.

– That’s right.

– So now I want to
show you something

“And Peter, fastening his
eyes upon him…

Silver and gold
have I none;

but such as I have give I thee:
In the name of Jesus Christ of

Nazareth rise up and walk.

And he took him
by the right hand,

and lifted him up: and
immediately his feet and ankle

bones received strength.

And he leaping up
stood, and walked,

and entered with them into the
temple, walking, and leaping,

and praising God.

And all the people saw him
walking and praising God:

And they knew that it was
he which sat for alms at the

Beautiful gate of the temple:
and they were filled with wonder

and amazement…”

That was a sign and a wonder.

“They were filled with wonder
and amazement at that which had

happened under them.

And as the lame man which
was healed held Peter and John,

all the people ran together unto
them in the porch that is called

Solomon’s, greatly wondering.

And when Peter saw it, he
answered unto the people,

Ye men of Israel, why
marvel ye at this?

or why look ye so
earnestly on us,

as though by our own power
or holiness we had made

this man to walk?

Well, now, when
their last apostle died…

The apostle didn’t do it.

He said not by my power.

– Listen, listen with covenant
ears, what comes next.

Verse 13.

“The God of Abraham, and of
Isaac, and of Jacob,

the God of our fathers, hath
glorified his Son Jesus;

whom ye delivered up, and denied
him in the presence of Pilate,

when he was determined
to let him go.

But ye denied the
Holy One and the Just,

and desired a murderer…”

– And continue to read.

– That’s covenant.

– “And his name through faith in
his name hath made this man

strong, whom ye see and know:
yea, the faith which is

by him hath given him this
perfect soundness

in the presence of you all.”

Now you have to
continue to read your will

and it take time to do that. But
they didn’t know what happened.

But later they believed after
they heard him preach

because he preached the Word, he
took scripture to preach it

and they believed it.

So now and you come over here
in the fourth chapter,

“Howbeit many of them which
heard the Word believed;

and the number of the men was
about five thousand.”

I’m telling you
this thing and growing …

– Well, day one was 3000,

so it started…

Imagine what Lucifer saw.

He killed Jesus.

They scattered 3000 on
the day of Pentecost

when it was fulfilled.

3000 on the first
Pentecost was Moses.

3000 died.

3000 were born again on
the day of Pentecost

when Peter preaches this sermon.

This is the first sermon
of the New Covenant

that we have recorded and
I can prove it to you in
Acts chapter two,

Peter said to them,

or they said to them, they were
pricked in their heart, verse 37

“what shall we do?

Then Peter said unto them,
Repent, and be baptized

every one of you in the name of
Jesus Christ for the remission

of sins, and ye shall receive
the gift of the Holy Ghost.”

Verse 39,

For the promise is unto you, and
to your children, and to all

that are afar off, even as many
as the Lord our God shall call.”

Remember Ephesians
says, “We were strangers,

the aliens of the covenant”

– We were far off.

– This is our grafting moment.

– Now, they had no
idea that it would ever,

ever be anything but a Jewish
church because they had

a covenant with God.

That was the whole
take on all of this.

But then the 19th verse
of the fourth chapter,

“But Peter and John answered
and said unto them,

Whether it be right in the sight
of God to hearken unto you more

than unto God, judge ye.

For we cannot but speak the
things which we have seen

and heard.

So when they had
further threatened them,

they let them go, finding
nothing how they might punish

them, because of the people:
for all men glorified God

for that which was done.

For the man was
above forty years old,

on whom this miracle
of healing was shewed.”

The miracle of healing.

But it wasn’t because
he was an apostle.

It was because of
faith in his name.

Now, let’s go over to
the 10th chapter.

“There was a certain man in
Caesarea called Cornelius,

a centurion of the band
called the Italian band.”

This is the centurion.

This is the centurion that built
the synagogue in Capernaum.

– Pilate’s headquarters
is an Caesarea.

They’re proven
it archeologically.

They found things
with his name on it.

– He’s the garrison
commander of that area.

He was the
crucifixion centurion.

It said this man must
have been the Son of God.

So it’s this man.

So when you go back
to Matthew, Mark,

Luke and John, write
his name down there.

When it says this centurion,
his name is Cornelius.

That’s his name.

He built the synagogue.

He built Jesus’ hometown
synagogue, which was in

– That’s right.

– Amen.

“A devout man, and one that
feared God with all his house,

which gave much alms to the
people, and prayed to God

He saw in a vision evidently
about the ninth hour of the day

an angel of God coming in to
him, and saying unto him,


And when he looked on him,
he was afraid, and said,

What is it, Lord?

And he said unto him, Thy
prayers and thine offerings

are come up for a memorial
before God.

And now send men to Joppa,
and call for one Simon,

whose surname is Peter:

He lodgeth with
one Simon a tanner,

whose house is by the sea
side: he shall tell thee

what thou oughtest to do.”

Oh, yes.

And you know what
happened there.

“He departed, he called two
of his household servants,

and a devout soldier of them
that waited on him continually;”

And I present this to you.

That’s the one that Jesus
spoke and said, “Go your way.

Your faith is… as
you have spoken.”

And he said, “I’m not found such
great faith and all of Israel

so be it done unto
thee as you said.”

“Two of his household servants,
and a devout soldier of them

that waited on him continually;”

I believe the reason the Lord
had that put in there is to let

us know that this is the only
one that he would trust

because this is the one
that Jesus healed.

It’s all in this book.

“And when he had declared
all these things unto them,

he sent them to Joppa.

On the morrow, “and so forth…

“And saw heaven opened,”

and so forth.

“Now while Peter doubted in
himself what this vision

which he had seen should mean,
behold, the men which were sent

from Cornelius had made
enquiry for Simon’s house,

and stood before the gate,

And called, and asked
whether Simon,”


All of this.

This is so important.

He called for circumcised
men that already had

a blood covenant with God.

And now they’re preaching on the
blood of Jesus and his name.

Connect the dots.

And in every word they preached,
they laid the foundation

on Scripture.

They didn’t have their
own opinions in there.

They quoted David.

They quoted Joel.

They quoted the
different prophets.

– You know, why did he
keep quoting David?

Why did he keep?…

Because everybody that would
approach Jesus with covenant

wanting something, they
would say, “Son of David.”

And so that’s that kingship.

They wanted him to
establish a throne.

Let me show you a verse in
chapter 15 real quick

that goes to this.

Acts 15, verse 15 and 16.

“And to this agree the words of
the prophets; as it is written,

After this I will return, and
will build again the tabernacle

of David, which is fallen down;
and I will build again the ruins

thereof, and I will set it up:”

The tabernacle, David
is been restored,

in Acts chapter two.

That’s what was happening.

And that is where the presence
of God was available.

David took the Ark of the
Covenant out of the Tabernacle,

and he made a tent for it.

And I can take you to
Jerusalem, where that was.

And it was available
for everybody.

Praise and worship… started
praise and worship.

And Jew and Gentile alike
could see the presence of God.

– Well, then here
in Matthew 22:41,

“While the Pharisees were
gathered together,

Jesus asked them,

Saying, What think ye of
Christ? whose son is he?

They say unto him, The
son of David.”

Glory to God.

– So this is why
he’s preaching this.

– Well, of course,

– It’s proof… that
first sermon is proof

he is the covenant.

– Yes, he is.

– And is that person
and his blood.

– The whole thing was about him,
which makes the whole thing

about us, the whole world.

God so loved the world.

He gave his only begotten Son.

– So this is answered.

Acts ten is the answer
to Jerusalem, Judea,

Samaria and the other
most parts of the Earth.

Because Caesarea
is past Samaria.

They’re literally now doing
what Jesus told them to do.

They’re taking it to the world.

And from Samaria or Caesarea,
rather, from Caesarea,

Paul will go in a ship and
take it to the Greek Isles.

He’ll take it to all those
places from that very place.

– And you need to read
that whole sermon

that Peter preached.

Now, and the thing here, Peter
opened… verse 34,

“opened his mouth, and said,

Of a truth I perceive that God
is no respecter of persons:”

That came from the vision.

But in every nation
he that feareth him,

and worketh righteousness…”

No, but in the United States
he that fears him and work of

righteousness is
accepted of him.

In Africa, every nation.

Every nation.

Now we have to go back to Babel.

That’s where they
were all created

scattered them all over
the face of the earth.

Now listen.

“The Word which God sent unto
the children of Israel,

preaching peace by Jesus
Christ: (he is Lord of all:)

That word, I say, ye know, which
was published throughout

all Judaea,”

Well, certainly he knew it.

He was the garrison
commander there.

He had to be in charge.

He heard all that.

He heard those sermons.

He built the synagogue.

Jesus healed his servant.

and began from Galilee,

after the baptism
which John preached;”


“God anointed Jesus of
Nazareth with the Holy Ghost

and with power: who went
about doing good,

and healing all that were
oppressed of the devil;

for God was with him.

And we are witnesses of all
things which he did both

in the land of the Jews,
and in Jerusalem;

whom they slew and
hanged on a tree:

Him God raised up the third
day, and shewed him openly;

Not to all the people, but unto
witnesses chosen before God,

even to us, who did eat and
drink with him after

he rose from the dead.

And he commanded us to
preach unto the people,

and to testify that it is he
which was ordained of God to be

the Judge of quick and dead.

To him give all
the prophets witness,

that through his name whosoever
believeth in him shall receive

remission of sins.

While Peter yet
spake these words,

the Holy Ghost fell on all
them which heard the Word.

And they of the circumcision
which believed were astonished,

as many as came with Peter,
because that on the Gentiles

also was poured out the
gift of the Holy Ghost.

For they heard them speak with
tongues, and magnify God.

Then answered Peter,

Can any man forbid water.

And he commanded them to be
baptized in the name

of the Lord.”

Now let’s get another
witness of this.

Let’s go to the 10th chapter
of the book of Romans.

Now, when you know all of that
and you understand these words,

how Jesus went to hell,
paid the price there.

It’s all written particularly
in the Amplified,

in the 22nd Psalm.

It begins, “My God, my God, why
hast thou forsaken me?”

And it ends with it is finished.

“Brethren, my heart’s desire and
prayer to God for Israel is,

that they might be saved.

For I bear them record that
they have a zeal of God,

but not according to knowledge.

For they being ignorant
of God’s righteousness,

and going about to establish
their own righteousness,

have not submitted themselves
unto the righteousness of God.

For Christ is the end of the
law for righteousness to every

one that believeth.

For Moses describeth the
righteousness which is

of the law,”

Now he’s talking about
the Mosaic Covenant now.

“That the man which doeth
those things shall live by them.

But the righteousness which is
of faith speaketh on this wise,

Say not in thine heart, Who
shall ascend into heaven?

(that is, to bring
Christ down from above:)”

Now listen, listen.

“Or, Who shall
descend into the deep?

(that is, to bring up Christ
again from the dead.)

If you look at it,
into the abyss.

“But what saith it?

The Word is nigh thee,
even in thy mouth,

and in thy heart: that is, the
Word of Faith, which we preach;

That if thou shalt confess
with thy mouth the Lord Jesus,

and shalt believe in thine heart
that God hath raised him

from the dead, thou
shalt be saved.

For with the heart man
believeth unto righteousness;

and with the mouth confession
is made unto salvation.”

All of these things.

Now I’m going to
give you an assignment.

There is only 13 chapters
in the book of Hebrews.

But now, when you get over
here from the fifth chapter

and you hear this,
begin to the sixth.

“Therefore leaving the
principles of the doctrine

of Christ,”

Now, listen, here’s
the principle doctrine.

The principle teachings.
These are very sacred

and people just …

Therefore leaving the principles
of the doctrine of Christ,

let us go on unto
perfection; or maturity

not laying again the foundation

of repentance from dead
works, faith toward God,

the doctrine of baptisms,
and of laying on of hands,

and of resurrection of the
dead, and of eternal judgment.”

So, number those and go down
and you see laying on of hands

right in the middle.

Now, there are people that lay
hands on people for certain

ordinations and so forth, just
because it’s a tradition.

But he’s talking about the
laying on of hands for people

to be healed, the
laying on of hands

to separate people unto a
ministry and a calling.

And expect power to come.


All of these have to do
with this blood covenant.

And then you begin to see,
oh, my, in the sixth…

“That by two immutable things,

in which it was impossible
for God to lie,

we might have a strong
consolation, or inner strength

who have fled for refuge to
lay hold upon the hope

set before us:

Which hope we have as
an anchor of the soul,

both sure and stedfast, and
which entereth into that

within the veil;

Whither the forerunner is
for us entered, even Jesus,

made an high priest for ever
after the order of Melchisedec.”

– This is our present truth.

This is the doctrines
of the church.

So we got a new high priest.

– Yes, sir.

– So if we have a
new high priest,

we needed a New Covenant,

I can’t have the priest
of Aaron anymore…

Of Moses.

I have a new priest.

– Now, let’s deal here.

There’s been some discussion
here lately about tithing

that this is…

Well, it’s…

You know, it’s just in the
law and the prophets.

Well, Micah…

The last prophet recorded.

I mean, Malachi… prophet.

That’s where the
tithing scriptures are.

No, they’re all in
Deuteronomy and so forth.

But let me read this.

“And here men that die
receive tithes; but there

he, Jesus receiveth them,

of whom it is witnessed
that he liveth.”

One translation said
that he lives forever.

He is my high priest and I
take my tithe before him.

– He’s my new priesthood.

I have a new covenant.

I’m not under that law anymore,
but I’m under this covenant now.

And there it is.

– There it is.

– Right there in that covenant.

– “For he testifieth, Thou art
a priest for ever

after the order of Melchisedec”

for ever.

And we’re out of time.

And I want to remind you that
this book of Hebrews explains

everything that we
have talked about.

“It was therefore necessary that
the patterns of things

in the heavens should be
purified with these;

but the heavenly
things themselves

with better sacrifices.”

The blood of Jesus.

– All there.

– And when you get
through doing that,

your book of Hebrews
will look like that.


I didn’t do that in one time

but a lot of it was at one time
because I just read through it.

Praise God.

We’ll be back in a few moments.

Hello, I’m Larry Warren.

Jesus said in John 3:16,
“For God so loved the world,

that he gave his
only begotten Son,

that whosoever believes
in him would not perish,

but have everlasting life.”

God knew that in
order to get a family,

he would have to sow a seed,
and that seed was Jesus.

He sowed a member of his
family so he could receive

many children into his family.

And he is still receiving
a harvest of children

into his family.

That principle of sowing and
reaping to reach the lost

still works today.

In Philippians 4, Paul explained
that giving or investing

into the work of God’s
Kingdom enabled ministers

to spread the gospel
more effectively.

God never forgets the seed
you invest toward the work

of his Kingdom.

He is so thankful to you
for partnering with him

in reaching those that are lost

and need the saving
power of Jesus.

In return, he has promised
you in Philippians 4:19,

that he shall supply all your
need according to his riches

in glory by Christ Jesus.

God is faithful to his work.

He will make sure you
reap a bountiful harvest

for the seed you’ve sown.

If you would like to partner
with God to reach the lost

with the compassion of Jesus, I
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We greatly value every
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We pray over it.

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Let me pray over your
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Father, thank You for
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As You served us with bread for
our food and You’re multiplying

every seed we sow, increasing
our fruits of righteousness,

enriching us in everything
to all bountifulness.

And we thank You for it.


I am so glad that you could be
with us for these two weeks.

Go back and so forth
and pick up on all the things

that you’ve missed, because
it’s very important.

These have to do
with your salvation.

And these have to do with
your knowledge of who you are

in Him and who is in us.


Well, until the next
time we get together,

this is Kenneth Copeland,
Professor Greg Stephens

and all of the class
reminding you again,

just how much God loves you.

He loves you so much.

He gave His only begotten
Son that faith in Him,

you would not perish, but
have everlasting life.

We’ll see you next time.

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