“T” is for Teamwork

September 28th, 2015

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Acts 3:1-10

In Exodus 17, we read of the Israelites’ first battle on the way to the Promised Land. As they fought, they had to work together, and each player had a significant role: Joshua led the physical battle, while Aaron and Hur provided the support Moses needed to maintain the supernatural advantage. As long as Moses held up the staff of God, the Israelites prevailed. When Moses grew weary, Aaron and Hur held his arms up. Each person contributed significantly to the final victory, but none more so than Almighty God, who displayed His banner of protection through the work of these men.

As this story demonstrates, the true source of victory is the Lord. He works through His obedient servants as they work in cooperation with one another. As the Israelite leaders joined their efforts, their ability to function as a team allowed God’s divine protection to cover them. How often does our disobedience or unwillingness to work with others diminish it?

Author: Lisa Mueller

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3 Responses to ““T” is for Teamwork”

  1. Barbara Says:

    September 28th, 2015 at 11:33 am

    A “cubic” was changed to 18 inches in order that a “team” could work together, Thus, the following is a problem that would “require” teamwork!

    6 + 6 + 6 = 18 (modern day cubit is known as 18 inches) in order that several could work on a project together

    6 x 6 x 6 = 216 (which happens to be the “converted” cubic feet of the width of the walls of the New Jerusalem–possibly making THE WORD God’s footstool) — Revelation 21:17

    6 x 6 x 6 is known as 6 cubed, or, 6 “to” the 3rd power (Father/ Son/Holy Spirit)

    6 – 6 – 6 = negative 6 (imperfect – Old Testament short story whereas imperfect man kill by brother of David) 2 Samuel 21:20 & 1 Chronicles 20:6

    6 divided by 6 divided by 6 = .01666 etc. (Revelation 13:18 “KJV”)

  2. Barbara Says:

    September 28th, 2015 at 9:43 pm

    1 cubit = 18 inches
    144 x 18 = 2592 inches
    2592 ÷ 12 = 216 feet

    Mankind bears the “mark of the beast” without the Holy Spirit “teaming” with the body, mind & soul!

    The beast/evil that needs to be overcome by the Holy Spirit is within our hearts (prohibiting entrance into the New Jerusalem). The “mark” on our hands is our “service for Christ” or the world; and, the mark on our forehead is our character supporting the “mind of Christ” or the world (check out Hebrew meaning of “mark).”

    Just results of a personal study WITHOUT any concordances!

  3. Trisha Says:

    September 29th, 2015 at 12:09 am

    Thankfully, God makes His word clear to us without requiring us to do a bunch of mathematical gyrations. Praise His Holy Name forever!

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