Acts of faith,… or acts of unrighteousness?

The most impressive stories that we read in the Bible today were not the most prominent stories at the time; many were stories of pain, of suffering, stories where the characters were alone, isolated and without an audience that was impacted by their story.

The most impressive stories that we read in the Bible today, however, all have a common factor; they were built on the basis of the conviction of faith in God, on the hope that their acts sowed actions of righteousness from which they would reap at the arrival of the Kingdom of Heaven, and above all, that their acts fulfilled a mission of establishing God’s Will on earth.

The most impressive stories we read in the Bible today teach us to build lives of faith not for material gain, nor to achieve personal dreams, however Christian they may seem, but to establish precedents for acts of faith that will break the kingdom of darkness, in order to free many who are bound by Satan today.

The most impressive stories that we read in the Bible today are only guides for action so that we may be founded on the faith that God demands a spiritual mission from us… let us act by establishing vision and not just crying over what we do not have, or over what we lost; we are a holy nation, a people acquired, so that you may announce the virtues of Him who has called you out of darkness into His marvelous light.

About the ministry

Treasure in earthen vessels is a ministry of doctrinal instruction and training, according to the teachings of Jesus set forth in the Gospel of the Kingdom of Heaven.

We proclaim that Jesus the Christ is God incarnate, so that, through faith in His Name, and in repentance before Him, men and women may attain forgiveness of sins, and be reconciled to the Father.

Our work is to instruct and train men and women who seek to develop in the life of Faith, and to prepare in ministerial work those who have a call to ministry in the proclamation of the Gospel.

Our ministerial emphasis is on deliverance and spiritual warfare.


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