The Journey - Volumes 1, 2 + 3

"The Journey is a different kind of discipleship manual. Have you ever grown weary of studying theology for 'theology’s sake' but missed the connection to your life and faith? The Journey will help us see the bigger picture of how it all works together 'according to the pattern'."

-Introduction, The Journey

Volume 1

 

The Feast of Passover, Unleavened Bread, and First Fruits

 

Egypt

  • Who is God?

  • I Am - The God who brought you out of Egypt - bondage vs. freedom

  • The Trinity of God - Father, Son and Holy Spirit

  • The Trinity of Man - Body, Soul and Spirit

  • Why was man created?

  • What is salvation and why is it necessary?

The Red Sea

  • Baal Zephon - valley of decision

  • The Feast of First Fruits

  • Mikvah and Water Baptism

The Wilderness

  • The Tabernacle design

  • The Word of God (manna)

  • Law vs. Grace

  • Walking in the Spirit

  • Abel - Shittim - The Crucified Life

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Introduction

The Journey Explained

This manual is called The Journey because it is patterned after the Exodus - the journey of the Israelites from Egypt to the Promised Land. This dominate theme in Scripture helps us see what God originally intended and expects from us in our relationship with Him.

Chapter 2

The Exodus
p. 12-16

The Exodus

Who Is God

The Doctrine of the Trinity

Chapter 4

p. 23-32

What is the Difference Between Man and the Angels?

Why Was Man Created?

Where It All Went Wrong

The Three Essential + Effective Lies of the Enemy

The Two Trees in the Garden: The Olive Tree + The Fig Tree

Tree of the Knowledge of Good + Evil (Fig)

Tree of Life (Olive)

Chapter 1

Patterns + Principles
p. 1-11

Principles + Patterns

Prophetic Patterns

Patterns of Seven

Law of Redemption

The Menorah or Lamp Stand of God

God's Circular Calendar

Chapter 3

The Trinity of Man
p. 17-22

Patterns of Three

Made in His Image - the Trinity of Man

The Trinity of Man Displayed in the Temple Design

Chapter 5

pages 34-37

Why A Sacrifice Was Necessary

Salvation: Past, Present + Future

This manual is called The Journey because it is patterned after the Exodus - the journey of the Israelites from Egypt to the Promised Land. This dominate theme in Scripture helps us see what God originally intended and expects from us in our relationship with Him.