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Spirit Series, Part 3 (Most Holy Place)

The preparation for this climb began many months before their departure from each of their different cities. They grouped together at the train station as the tired travelers converged on their destination village and met for the first time. It is a joyous coming together after so many months of emails, telephone calls and texts. It was gratifying to meet each other in the flesh. The months they’ve spent getting to know each other have been necessary to the success of the climb. Their very lives depend on each other’s care.

Spirit Series, Part 2 (Most Holy Place)

The climbers rest in each others’ skills and care.

The expertise of a few of them far surpasses that of the others, assuring a skilled oversight and a safer climb. The leader is the most skilled and the climber who brings up the rear must be ably experienced, as well, since his assessment of the wellbeing of the others is so important to the group. Any falter is more readily apparent to him than the man leading, whose back is to the group…

Spirit Series: Part 1 | Most Holy Place

He tries to steady himself as he feels the heaviness tug at him. His muscles strain and he’s overcome by a sudden, overwhelming drowsiness. He takes a few sharp, short breaths. The air up here is hard, the only way it can be described. Each labored breath is painful, his lungs fighting for sufficient oxygen. He heaves his pickaxe into the rock stretching his arm, as his boot spikes stab at the rock face. Those above and below him are here to fulfil a quest.

Soul Series: Part 7 (Holy Place)

We conclude our Series about the Soul by examining the Administrations therein



The soul, as in life and the hereafter, requires rules and order to operate in harmony. Although we think there are probably five administrations, at this time we know of only four. They are the mind, the heart, the soul, and the strength. Again, our purpose here is to give you an overview. Future articles will cover each of these in detail.

Soul Series: Part 3 (Holy Place)

Do passages that mention the words “spirit” and “soul” refer to one and the same thing?


No. Each is a unique agent or vessel (self-determining and sentient) of our personal trinity which makes up what Paul referred to as the “whole man.” Each vessel serves an entirely different purpose. References to soul and the personal spirit are not two faces of the same coin. I understand that many well-meaning ministries do teach this, but as you will read…it just isn’t so. Fundamentally unique, each consists of a different substance.

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