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This is truly an honor and a privilege for us to have this opportunity to share with you those things from the divine word of God that have been placed in our heart. While our ministry is a little different in its approach, our main objectives are to increase awareness, to improve understanding, to deepen knowledge, and to inspire all to walk in truth. As we seek truth, we share and by sharing, we grow. As we grow, we gain knowledge, wisdom, and understanding, which enable us to discern all of the hidden truths that have been so carefully and methodically placed throughout the Bible for all to find.

Over the years we have come to fully understand that in order to worship God, one must worship him in spirit and in truth (John 4:24). However, in today's society, truth is limited, open to or having more than one possible meaning or interpretation, especially when deliberately expressed in an ambiguous way. Limited truth causes uncertainty or confusion and is often used in an attempt to mislead. Limited truth comes from a lack of knowledge, a lack of understanding, and a lack of revelation from God.

By definition, the truth is absolute. The truth corresponds to fact and reality and is generally believed to be unconditional. The truth is unequivocally complete, not capable of being viewed as partial or relative. Truth is not dependent upon any other thing, therefore, always seek truth-absolute. True revelation knowledge is power; misinformation is destruction. Truth is limited to the width of your belief and the depth of your desire, receiving only that which you believe, according to your faith. Therefore, we pray that you will escape that which confines you so that you can diligently search the mysteries that can only be unlocked from within, through the continued refreshing of reason, while striving to properly separate truth-absolute.

Only God can open your eyes to see the wonderful things in his word. Illumination by the Holy Spirit is the means by which God reveals to mature Christians the truths he has hidden within the scriptures. The Spirit can reveal to you the secrets of God. It can allow you to see and hear God's divine word with understanding. The psalmist asked God to open his eyes because he recognized the need for supernatural aid in understanding the scriptures (Psalm 119:18). The psalmist also asked God to be his guide and his teacher, guiding him in the true way, revealing to him his truth (Psalm 25:5). Since spiritual man, inspired by God, wrote the Bible, then it should be spiritually discerned, illumined by the Holy Spirit. For only those who have the Spirit within them can understand what God has revealed through the scriptures (I Corinthians 2:10).

Just as the psalmist prayed for his eyes to be opened to see the wonderful things in God's word, so should the mature Christian also pray when approaching the scriptures. Ask God to be your guide and teacher, guiding you in the true way, revealing to you his truth. And if you lack wisdom, ask for it too (James 1:5). You can make the request to God and he will freely give to you that which you ask. Everything revolves around the knowledge of God's divine word. However, to obtain wisdom one must earnestly seek it, much like a prospector searching for gold. The search should be directed by the conditions for obtaining wisdom (Proverbs 2:1-4). When you are successful, the rewards for obtaining wisdom include knowledge of God (Proverbs 2:5-8) and righteousness (Proverbs 2:9-22).

The Bible is our source of knowledge about God, given to us by inspiration. It is useful for teaching, for convincing, for correction of error, and for instruction in right doing (II Timothy 3:16). Please know that some interpretations may appear to split hairs to some while appearing to be trivial to others. But if these minor misinterpretations of scripture or these trivial things did not require our full attention, then why are we instructed to study to show ourselves approved unto God, rightly dividing the word of truth (II Timothy 2:15)? From this, one can conclude that everything, as it pertains to the things of God, just might be more important than we first thought.

It is so important that you open up your Bible and check things out for yourself, no matter the source of your information. Words can be manipulated to say many things, just make sure the words you accept are proven to be true and not contrary to the rightly divided word of truth. Once accepted, use them to measure or compare other related and relative information or scriptures against. Be open to all information pertaining to God's divine word, because you never know when you may gain additional knowledge to or a better understanding of the existing knowledge you already possess. There is plenty of information available that can enhance your existing knowledge just as there is plenty of bad information or misinformation, but you will never know when the available information will benefit you if you never open yourself to it. Some of the best and most helpful information will come from some of the most unlikely places or sources. Keep only the information that affirms your belief system. Delete all other information that does not measure up against God's divine word. Just because it comes in does not mean that you have to keep it.

We trust that what you have read thus far has ministered to you. We also trust that this has added to your understanding and that you are the better for having visited our website. If you find that we have been a blessing to you, please share our site with others so that they may be blessed as well. Remember to stay in the word and tend to it daily so that you may enjoy all of your blessings and your covenant promises, all to the glory of the Father, all in the matchless name of Jesus.

Yours in Christ,
George A. Evans
Founder and Director


“The message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but it is the power of God for those of us who are being saved” (I Corinthians 1:18).

“But now you belong to Christ Jesus, and though you once were far away from God, now you have been brought very near to him because of what Jesus Christ has done for you with his blood. For Christ himself is our way of peace. He has made peace between us Jews and you Gentiles by making us all one family, breaking down the wall of contempt that used to separate us. By his death he ended the angry resentment between us, caused by the Jewish laws that favored the Jews and excluded the Gentiles, for he died to annul that whole system of Jewish laws. Then he took the two groups that had been opposed to each other and made them parts of himself; thus he fused us together to become one new person, and at last there was peace. As parts of the same body, our anger against each other has disappeared, for both of us have been reconciled to God. And so the feud ended at last at the cross. And he has brought this Good News of peace to you Gentiles who were very far away from him, and to us Jews who were near. Now all of us, whether Jews or Gentiles, may come to God the Father with the Holy Spirit’s help because of what Christ has done for us. Now you are no longer strangers to God and foreigners to heaven, but you are members of God’s very own family, citizens of God’s country, and you belong in God’s household with every other Christian. What a foundation you stand on now: the apostles and the prophets; and the cornerstone of the building is Jesus Christ himself! We who believe are carefully joined together with Christ as parts of a beautiful, constantly growing temple for God. And you also are joined with him and with each other by the Spirit and are part of this dwelling place of God” (Ephesians 2:13-22 TLB).