#41 • Vision Week, July 2016 • Excerpt 11 • “The Lampstand: The Experience of Resurrection”
In this program we are continuing to feature excerpts from this past summer’s Vision Week in Cleveland, Ohio, which focused on the lampstand described in Exodus 25 as it portrays our spiritual growth.
This week Brother Titus shares on how we experience the resurrection life, because as we have seen in previous programs, the almond blossoms on the lampstand signify resurrection. So, when Israel told his sons to take almonds and a number of other items with them when they went back to Egypt, as recorded in Genesis 43, it signifies that he had experienced something of the resurrection life in a time of famine.
This program has been edited to remove personal and private references.
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