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Doctrine of Personal Sense of Destiny

August 25, 2011

The Doctrine of a Personal Sense Of Destiny
Outline
I. Definition and Description
II. Vocabulary
III. Documentation
IV. Problem Solving Device number 6
V. Integrity of God
VI. Eternal Security
VII. Baptism of the Spirit
VIII. Protocol Plan of God
IX. Divine Decrees
X. Election
XI. Predestination
XII. Equal Privilege and Equal Opportunity
XIII. Portfolio of Invisible Assets
XIV. Royal Commissions
XV. Mystery Doctrine
XVI. Perception, Metabolization and Application of Bible Doctrine
I. Definition and Description
A. A Personal Sense of Destiny is knowing that God has designed a specific plan for your life.
B. Knowing that God has a specific plan designed for your life will result in you having
confidence in life no matter how bad the circumstances!
C. A Personal Sense of Destiny is knowing that God wills His highest and best for your life!
D. A Personal Sense of Destiny is knowing that God desires to bless you above and beyond what
the human mind can comprehend.
E. Consistent perception, metabolization and application of Bible Doctrine will result in an
awareness of your Personal Sense of Destiny!
F. The believer who consistently utilizes the 2 power options on a daily basis will acquire a
personal sense of destiny:
1. Filling of the Spirit
2. Bible doctrine
G. The believer who consistently employs the 3 spiritual skills for the unique spiritual life of the
Church Age will acquire a personal sense of destiny:
1. Filling of the Spirit
2. Perception, metabolization and application of Bible doctrine
3. Execution of the Protocol Plan of God
H. Only the believer who makes Bible doctrine number 1 priority in their life will acquire and
attain a personal sense of destiny.
I. A personal sense of destiny is the 1st tactical objective of the unique spiritual life for the
Church Age.
J. The 2nd is the attainment of spiritual maturity.
K. A personal sense of destiny is directly related to the consistent deployment of the 1st 5
problem solving devices on the FLOT line of the soul:
1. Rebound
2. Filling of the Spirit
3. Faith Rest Drill
4. Grace Orientation
5. Doctrinal Orientation
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L. A personal sense of destiny is directly related to the believer’s comprehension and utilization
of their Portfolio of Invisible Assets.
M. It is directly related to comprehending the dispensation that we are now living in called the
Church Age and the unique factors that set it apart from other dispensations in the past and
those to follow in the future after the Rapture or exit-resurrection (ex anastasis) of the Church!
N. The attainment of a personal sense of destiny is the believer’s entrance into the adult spiritual
life with its 3 stages:
1. Spiritual self-esteem
2. Spiritual autonomy
3. Spiritual maturity
O. A personal sense of destiny is directly related to the believer’s understanding that the Lord
Jesus Christ in Hypostatic Union controls human history and therefore their own personal set
of circumstances.
P. A personal sense of destiny is directly related to the believer’s comprehension of the Divine
Decree which is God the Father’s chosen and adopted plan for all of His works.
Q. A personal sense of destiny is directly related to Election and Predestination.
R. The believer who attains a personal sense of destiny is cognizant of the fact that the divine
omnipotence of all 3 members of the Trinity are working on their behalf:
1. The omnipotence of God the Father as related to the Church Age believer’s Portfolio of
Invisble Assets (Eph. 1:3-14).
2. The omnipotence of God the Son as related to the perpetuation and preservation of human
history (Heb. 1:3)!
3. The omnipotence of God the Holy Spirit as related to the execution of the unique spiritual
life of the Church Age (Eph. 5:18).
S. The believer’s who acquires a personal sense of destiny does so because they have perceived,
metabolized and applied Divine Essence rationales found throughout the Word of God.
T. The believer with a personal sense of destiny understands the Integrity of God and relates it
to their own set of circumstances in life.
II. Vocabulary
A. Batach (jfb)) (verb), “to trust, to place confidence in”
B. Mivtach (jfbm) (verb), “to trust, to have confidence in”
C. Kauchesis (kauchsiV) (noun), “boasting in God”
D. Parrhesia (parrhsia) (noun), “fearlessness, courage, boldness, assurance, confidence”
E. Peitho (peiqw) (verb), “to convince, persuade, to have confidence in, to trust”
F. Pepoithesis (pepoiqhsiV) (noun), “trust, confidence”
G. Pisteuo (pisteuw) (verb), “to trust, to believe, to have confidence in”
H. Hupostasis (upostasiV) (noun), “confidence, conviction, assurance, steadfastness”
I. Elpis (elpiV) (noun), “absolute confidence, confident expectation of blessing”
J. Elpizo (elpizw) (verb), “to put one’s confidence and trust for the future in someone”
III. Documentation
A. Romans 4:18
B. Romans 5:2
C. Romans 8:28-32
D. Romans 12:12
E. Romans 15:4, 13
F. Galatians 5:5
G. Ephesians 1:18
H. Philippians 1:19-21
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I. Colossians 1:5, 27
J. Colossians 3:24
K. 1 Thessalonians 1:4
L. 1 Timothy 4:10
M. 2 Timothy 1:12
N. Titus 2:13
O. Titus 3:7
P. Hebrews 3:6
Q. Hebrews 6:11
R. Hebrews 10:23
S. Hebrews 11:24-29
T. 1 Peter 1:13
U. 1 Peter 4:10
V. 1 John 3:2, 14
IV. Problem Solving Device number 6
A. Rebound
B. Filling of the Spirit
C. Faith Rest Drill
D. Grace Orientation
E. Doctrinal Orientation
F. Personal Sense of Destiny
G. Personal Love for God the Father
H. Impersonal Unconditional Love for All Mankind
I. Sharing the Perfect Happiness and Contentment of God
J. Occupation with the Person of Christ
V. Integrity of God
A. The believer who acquires a personal sense of destiny understands and appreciates the
Integrity of God and relates it to their own set of circumstances in life.
B. The integrity of God is composed of 3 divine attributes:
1. Righteousness
2. Justice
3. Love
C. The integrity of God is expressed in, through and by the grace of God.
D. The grace of God is the expression and reflection of the grace of God.
E. What the righteousness of God demands, the justice of God executes through the love of God
expressed through the grace of God.
F. What the righteousness of God condemns (our sins), the justice of God executes (judgment of
our sins as the Cross), and the love of God provides the solution (the perfect sinless
humanity of Christ as our Substitute), which is expressed through God’s grace policy, “for
we are saved by grace” (Eph. 2:8-9)!
G. What the righteousness of God approves, the justice of God promotes (the believer who has
attained a personal sense of destiny) through the love of God expressed through the grace of
God.
H. God’s virtue-love is compatible with His righteousness and justice which compose His
holiness.
I. It never compromises His righteousness and justice!
J. Five great imputations are directly related to the integrity of God:
1. Imputation of Human Life.
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2. Imputation of Adam’s Original Sin.
3. Imputation of the sins of the entire human race to the perfect sinless humanity of Christ on
the Cross.
4. Imputation of Divine Righteousness at salvation.
5. Imputation of Eternal Life at salvation.
K. God always deals with the human race through His perfect divine integrity which is
expressed through His grace policy which states that no one earns or deserves anything in
life!
L. The integrity of God means that God is always fair and just in His dealings with His creatures
and is always faithful to them!
M. The believer who acquires a personal sense of destiny is cognizant of God’s integrity and
relates to his own personal set of circumstances in life!
VI. Eternal Security
A. Eternal security is the beginning of a Personal Sense of Destiny!
B. Faith Alone in Christ Alone saves the believer (Eph. 2:8-9)!
C. There is nothing that you can do to save yourself (Gal. 2:16; Eph. 2:8-9)!
D. God does all the work in saving us!
E. We are simply to make a non-meritorious decision after hearing the Gospel message!
F. God the Holy Spirit in Common Grace makes the Gospel understandable to the unbeliever in
order that they may make a decision to believe on the Lord Jesus Christ or to reject Him for
salvation (John 16:7-11; 1 Cor. 2:14)!
G. God the Holy Spirit makes our faith effective for salvation (2 Cor. 6:1-2)!
H. The Gospel is the instrument used or the message used to save the unbeliever!
I. Romans 1:16, “For I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it (the gospel) is the power of God for
salvation to everyone who believes (in Christ), to the Jew first and also to the Greek
(Gentile).”
J. There is only 1 way to be saved, “believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and you shall be saved”
(Acts 16:31)!
K. John 3:36, “He who believes in the Son has eternal life; but he who does not obey the Son
shall not see life, but the wrath of God abides on him.”
L. God the Holy Spirit makes three issues understandable to the unbeliever at the point of
hearing the Gospel message:
1. The sin of unbelief (rejection of Christ as Savior)
2. Righteousness (our righteousness does not measure up to Christ’s righteousness )
3. Judgement (Satan has been judged at the Cross)!
M. 1 Corinthians 1:18 says that the word of the cross (the Gospel) is foolishness to the unbeliever,
but to the believer, it is the power of God to the believer!
N. God does all the work at salvation, that’s grace!
O. Our part is simply to make the non-meritorious decision to believe in Christ!
P. Every Church Age believer becomes a member of the Royal Family of God and a member of the
Body of Christ at the moment of personal faith in Jesus Christ through the Baptism of the Spirit!
Q. Every Church Age believer has Equal Privilege and Equal Opportunity to execute the Protocol
Plan of God which means that we all have a destiny regardless of our social, economic, sexual
or racial status or human IQ (Gal. 3:26-28; Col. 3:11)!
R. The very fact that you have personally believed in Christ is the beginning of a fantastic destiny
for you in time as well as in eternity (1 Cor. 2:9)!
S. God has a plan for you and I in this life and in eternity!
T. We have eternal security because of the Baptism of the Spirit!
U. Eternal security means that we cannot lose our salvation!
V. There is no sin that you and I can commit that can make us lose our salvation!
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W. God is not an Indian Giver, even He cannot take back our salvation once we believe in His Son
because we have adjusted to His justice by believing in His Son!
X. Once saved, always saved (John 10:23)!
Y. Romans 8:38-39, “For I am convinced that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor
principalities, nor things present, nor things to come, nor powers, nor height, nor depth,
nor any other created thing, shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in
Christ Jesus our Lord.”
VII. The Baptism of the Spirit
A. To be “in Christ Jesus” refers to the Baptism of the Spirit!
B. The Baptism of the Spirit occurs at the moment of salvation when the omnipotence of God the
Holy Spirit places the Church Age believer in an eternal union with the Person of Jesus Christ,
thus identifying the believer with Christ forever (Mark 16:16; John 7:37-39; 14:20; Acts 1:5;
2:1-4; Rom. 6:3-5; 1 Cor. 12:13; Gal. 3:26-28; Eph. 4:5; Col. 2:11-13; 1 Pet. 3:21)!
C. The Baptism of the Spirit is the basis for eternal security and our personal sense of destiny!
D. The results of the Baptism of the Spirit:
1. Connects the dispensation of the Hypostatic Union with the dispensation of the Church
Age!
2. Union with Christ!
3. Identified with Christ in His death and resurrection!
4. Positionally higher than angels (Heb. 1-2)!
5. Heirs of God
6. Joint Heirs with Son of God (Rom. 8:16-17a)!
7. Eternal Security (Rom. 8:1).
8. Unites the Royal Family of God (Eph. 4:5; Rom. 6:5)!
9. New Spiritual Species (2 Cor. 5:17a)!
10. Royal Family of God (1 Pet. 2:9)!
11. Positional Sancification (1 Cor. 15:22; Eph. 5:25-27)!
12. Equal Privilege and Equal Opportunity (Gal. 3:26-28; Col. 3:11)!
13. Eternal life (1 John 5:11-12)!
14. Imputed righteousness (2 Cor. 5:21)!
15. Election (Eph. 1:3-4)!
16. Predestination (Eph. 1:5-6)!
17. Sonship (Gal. 3:26)!
18. Eternal inheritance (1 Pet. 1:4)!
19. Adoption (Eph. 1:5)!
20. Citizens of Heaven (Phil. 3:20)!
VIII. The Protocol Plan of God
A. The believer who acquires a personal sense of destiny knows that God has a plan for their
life.
B. God has a specific plan for every Church Age believer, the Protocol Plan of God!
C. The Protocol Plan of God says that a right thing must be done in a right way!
D. Way back in eternity past, a perfect God designed a perfect plan for imperfect people!
E. The Protocol Plan of God demands that the Church Age believer utilize Divine omnipotence!
F. The Protocol Plan of God is based upon perfect Divine Power!
G. Since, God’s plan is perfect and believers are imperfect, grace is the only policy that God uses
to carry out His game plan for the Church Age (Col. 2:6)!
H. Grace says that God gives us everything we need to execute the Protocol Plan of God under
Logistical Grace!
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I. In order to execute the Protocol Plan of God, we must learn God’s Word, i.e., Bible Doctrine!
J. Bible Doctrine must be number one priority in the Church Age believer’s life!
K. Without knowledge of Bible Doctrine, there is no execution of the Protocol Plan of God!
L. And specifically without knowledge of Mystery Doctrine, there is no execution of the Protocol
Plan of God!
M. God’s knowledge is power!
N. Knowledge of God’s plan gives us power!
O. No knowledge, no power, no execution of the Protocol Plan of God!
P. The Church Age believer must specifically learn the Mystery Doctrines for the Church Age in
order to execute the Protocol Plan of God!
Q. The Mystery Doctrines for the Church Age are found in the New Testament epistles!
R. They are not found in the Old Testament Scriptures!
S. The Church Age believer learns how to live the Christian way of life from learning Mystery
Doctrine!
T. Mystery Doctrine is God’s game plan for the Church Age believer!
U. Perceiving, metabolizing and applying the Mystery Doctrines for the Church Age results in the
execution of the Protocol Plan of God!
V. The Protocol Plan of God for the Church Age believer is to grow to spiritual maturity and become
an Invisible Hero and thus glorify God in the Angelic Conflict!
W. If you are not in the Protocol Plan, then you are living in the Cosmic System of Satan!
X. Winners execute the Protocol Plan of God which is God’s game plan for the Church Age
believer!
IX. Divine Decrees
A. A personal sense of destiny is directly related to the believer’s understanding of the Divine
Decree.
B. The decree of God is His eternal, holy, wise and sovereign purpose, comprehending at once
all things that ever were or will be in their causes, courses, conditions, successions, and
relations and determining their certain futurition (i.e., that they will certainly take place).
1. Comprehending: Omniscience of God as the source of the divine decrees.
2. Determining: Sovereignty of God choosing before anything existed which things would
actually become historical events.
C. The Divine Decrees are actually 1 decree but because of the limitations of our human brain
we often use the plural, decrees, to express the many facets of God’s plan.
1. The 1 decree was given billions of years ago in less than a second and covering
everything in all of what to us is past, present, and future history (Psa. 2:7; 148:6; Dan.
9:24).
2. All history was yet future at the time of the decrees.
D. The decree of God is His eternal and immutable will regarding the future existence of events
which will happen in time and regarding the precise order and manner of their occurrence.
1. The will of God in common usage refers to what God desires of an individual or group in
a particular situation.
2. The will of God in relation to the Divine Decrees refers to the decision God made in
eternity past, from His attribute of sovereignty, which established that certain things would
actually come into being while other things would not.
3. The will of God is His sovereign choice as to what will take place in time.
4. Human beings and angels have a volition that is truly free.
5. Many things occur as a result of angelic and human free will acting contrary to God’s
desires.
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6. God in eternity past decreed that angels and human beings would have volition and that
would be allowed to make decisions contrary to the sovereign will of God and without
compromising the justice of God.
E. The divine decrees are the eternal plan by which God has rendered certain all the events of
the universe, including both angelic and human history-past, present and future.
F. God’s decree rendered all things as certain to occur; He decided that they would exist.
G. In doing so, He did not interfere with angelic or human free will.
H. In fact, He decreed that we would have free will! In giving us volition, He also decreed that
our decisions, whatever they might be, would certainly take place-even those that are
contrary to His desires.
I. Being omniscient, He had the good sense to know ahead of time what we would decide, and
He not only decreed that those decisions would exist but He also decreed the exact manner,
consistent with His integrity, in which He would handle our decisions.
J. The decree of God is the chosen and adopted plan of all God’s works.
K. The decree of God is His eternal purpose, according to the counsels of His own will,
whereby for His own glory He has foreordained whatever comes to pass.
L. The decree of God is the sovereign choice of the divine will (His attribute of sovereignty) and
mentality (His omniscience) by which all things are brought into being and controlled, made
subject to His pleasure, and producing His glorification (Isa. 46:10; Eph. 1:9).
X. Election
A. The believer who has attained a personal sense of destiny understands Election!
B. Election means “chosen, selected, set apart for privilege.”
C. Election means that the sovereignty of God wills the highest and best for you as a believer.
D. Election is related to believers only!
E. Unbelievers are not elected to condemnation.
F. Election is the plan of God for believers only.
G. Election is related to Regeneration.
H. Election means that God has selected at physical birth and elected at Regeneration every
believer for Equal Privilege and Equal Oppurtunity.
I. Chronological Order:
1. Selection: God selected us to be a human being.
2. Salvation: Faith alone in Christ alone.
3. Election: God elected us to privilege as members of the Royal Family of God.
J. Election is the expression of the sovereign will of God in eternity past (Eph. 1:4).
K. Election means that you have equal privilege as a royal priest.
L. Election is the work of God the Father in eternity past and is based upon His grace policy
which means that we didn’t earn or deserve to be elected!
M. God the Father has elected us to privilege as Church Age believers and with privilege comes
responsibility to grow to spiritual maturity under your royal priesthood!
N. Election means that God has a plan for your life.
O. It means that He has a purpose and direction for your life.
P. Election means that God has designed a specific plan or purpose for every Church Age
believer in eternity past.
Q. 2 Timothy 1:9, “Who (God the Father) has saved us, and elected us with a holy election, not
according to our works, but according to His own purpose and grace (policy of God towards
all mankind) which was granted us in Christ Jesus from eternity past.”
R. We have been called out of the Cosmic System of Satan in which we were enslaved at the
moment of physical birth (1 Pet. 2:9).
S. We have been elected in order that we may be freed from the bondage of the Cosmic System
and the old sin nature.
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T. Galatians 5:13, “For you were elected to freedom, royal family; only do not turn your
freedom into an oppurtunity for the old sin nature, but through virtue love serve one
another.”
U. We have been chosen to enter the kingdom of God through election which is appropriated
through faith in Christ (1 Thess. 2:12 cf. Heb. 11:8).
V. God has elected us in order that we may be called the sons of God.
W. 1 John 3:1, “See how great a love the Father has bestowed upon us, that we should be called
sons of God; and we are. For this reason the world does not know us, because it did not
know Him.”
X. We have been elected in order that we may receive the promise of eternal life (1 Tim. 6:12; Heb.
9:15).
Y. We have been elected in order that we may receive eternal glory which means that God is
going to bless you beyond human comprehension in the eternal state in a resurrection body (1
Pet. 5:10).
Z. We have been elected in order that we may execute a predetermined plan (Rom. 8:28).
AA.We have been set apart for the purpose of executing this plan (Rom. 1:7).
BB. God has elected us in order to form a royal priesthood (1 Pet. 2:9).
CC. We have been chosen in order that we may perform divine good which has intrinsic and
eternal value (John 15:16).
DD. We have been elected in order that we may have fellowship or a relationship with God
through His Word and the Filling of the Spirit (1 Cor. 1:9).
EE. He has elected us in order that we may obtain prosperity (1 Cor. 7:15), and inherit blessing (1
Pet. 3:9).
FF. We have been elected in order to form the body of Christ which will be completed at the
Rapture (Col. 3:15).
GG. We have been elected to privilege in order that we may have confidence in life and this
confidence is obtained through metabolized doctrine in the soul (Eph. 1:18).
HH.We have been elected in order that we may go through unjust suffering for Christ’s sake.
II. 1 Peter 1:18-21, “Christian labor, be submissive to your bosses with all respect, not only to
those who are good and gentle, but also to those who are unreasonable. For this finds favor,
if for the sake of conscience toward God a man bears up under sorrows where suffering
unjustly. For what credit is there if, when you sin and are harshly treated, you endure it
with patience? But if when you do what is right and suffer for it you patiently endure it,
this finds favor with God. For you have been elected for this purpose, since Christ also
suffered for you, leaving you an example for you to follow in His steps.”
JJ. Because the believer has been elected to such high privileges, he is persecuted by the devil
and the kingdom of darkness while in the Cosmic System (John 15:18-21)!
XI. Predestination
A. A personal sense of destiny is directly related to Predestination!
B. Predestination is the means of fulfilling God’s sovereign will for your life.
C. Predestination is sharing the destiny of Jesus Christ in Hypostatic Union.
D. Mechanically, it is accomplished at salvation through the Baptism of the Spirit and resultant
positional sanctification.
E. Predestination means that God the Father in eternity past created an invisible royal palace to
live in to execute His Plan for your life!
F. The humanity of Christ received the 1st invisible royal palace and He executed God’s Plan for
His life with it!
G. Predestination is related to 3 things:
1. Possession of the royal palace (Rom. 8:29).
2. Provision of the Protocol Plan of God for every Church Age believer (Eph. 1:11).
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3. Equal Privilege and Equal Oppurtunity to fulfill the Protocol Plan of God and receive the
distribution of Escrow Blessings (Eph. 1:3-6, emphasis on the word predestination in verse 5).
H. Predestination merely indicates God’s work to bring these 3 things to Church Age believers in
time!
I. Predestination is what God did for the Church Age believer, both in eternity past and in time.
J. Predestination is a printout of the sovereignty of God chip in the computer of Divine Decrees.
K. Predestination is related to Election in that they both occurred simultaneously in eternity past
and are 2 sides of the same coin (Eph. 1:3-6).
L. Predestination in eternity past is equivalent to Protocol in time.
M. Predestination and Protocol are synonymous terms.
N. Predestination in eternity past is equivalent to the invisible royal palace in time!
O. It is a synonym for the believer’s royal palace.
P. Predestination is God’s Plan for your life from the standpoint of what God did for you and
how He planned it in eternity past.
Q. If you’re going to define Predestination, you must define it in terms to something by which it
relates.
R. There are 3 passages in the NT which can be used as documentation for a definition:
1. Romans 8:29: Predestination is related to operational type God’s circle of power, or you
could say the believer’s royal palace!
2. Ephesians 1:11: Predestination is related to a pre-determined plan, the Protocol Plan of
God!
3. Ephesians 1:5: Predestination is related to Adoption (Roman style)!
S. Predestination is the word in eternity past for the Protocol Plan of God which would be
manifested in human history through Church Age believers!
T. Protocol is a word related to royalty and as royal priests, every Church Age believer has been
provided with their very own royal palace.
U. Protocol is the Christian way of life.
V. Protocol means “a right thing done in a right way!”
W. Ephesians 1:11, “In Whom (Baptism of the Spirit and Positional Sanctification) also we
have received an allotment (Escrow Blessings) having been predestined (Royal Palace, i.e.,
God’s power circle to live in to execute His Plan) for the purpose of a predetermined plan
(Protocol Plan of God) from Him (God the Father) Who works all things according to the
purpose of His will (Divine Decrees).”
X. The Church Age believer has been predestined for the purpose of executing the Plan of God!
Y. The Church Age believer has been given their very own royal palace to live in in order that
they may execute the Plan of God!
XII. Equal Privilege and Equal Opportunity
A. The believer who acquires a personal sense of destiny takes is cognizant of and takes
advantage of Equal Privilege and Equal Opportunity!
B. The Baptism of the Spirit results in every Church Age believer having Equal Privilege and
Equal Opportunity to execute the Protocol Plan for the Church Age!
C. All believers have equal privilege and equal opportunity to execute the Protocol Plan of God (Gal.
3:28; Col. 3:11)!
D. It is a privilege for the Church Age believer to be given the opportunity to execute the Protocol
Plan of God!
E. Equal Privilege and Equal Opportunity is totally unique to the Church Age!
F. It was not extended to believers in the Old Testament and it will not be extended to believers
after the Rapture of the Church!
G. Equal Privilege and Equal Opportunity is like a starting line of a spiritual race!
H. The execution of the Protocol Plan of God is the finish line to that spiritual race!
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I. There is Equal Privilege and Equal Opportunity to execute the Protocol Plan of God under the
principles of Election and Predestination!
J. Election is the expression of the sovereign will of God for your life in time!
K. Election is God willing His highest and best for your life!
L. Under election, you have equal privilege as a Royal Priest by which you represent yourself
before God privately!
M. Predestination is God’s provision for you in time to execute the Protocol Plan of God and finish
the race!
N. God has provided you and I everything we need in life both spiritually and physically to
execute the Protocol Plan of God and finish the race!
O. Predestination states that God has provided everything that you need in life to be a winner!
P. God has provided logistical grace support for every believer so that there will be no excuses
for not executing His Plan for our lives!
Q. The Baptism of the Spirit provides the basis for Equal Privilege and Equal Opportunity for all
Church Age believers (1 Cor. 12:13)!
R. All members of the Royal Family of God have been given the same privileges and oppurtunities to
execute the Protocol Plan of God!
S. There are no distinctions in the Church because of the Baptism of the Spirit!
T. Equal Privilege and Equal Opportunity means that there are no distinctions among Church Age
believers (Gal. 3:26-28; 6:15; Col. 3:9-11)!
U. God looks at you as a New Spiritual Species (2 Cor. 5:17)!
V. It is not important to God that you are Jew or Gentile, rich or poor, male or female, old or
young, black or white!
W. Our union with Christ elimates these distinctions among us!
X. No distinctions means that there will be no excuses for not executing the Protocol Plan of God for
your life!
Y. Equal Privilege and Equal Opportunity means that no believer is inferior to another believer!
Z. Equal Privilege and Equal Opportunity is an invisible asset!
AA.The Church Age believer who executes the Protocol Plan of God is someone who takes
advantage of their Equal Privilege and Equal Opportunity given to them by God!
XIII. Portfolio of Invisible Assets
A. A personal sense of destiny is directly related to the believer’s utilization of their Portfolio of
Invisible Assets!
B. You will have a great life with meaning and purpose if you learn and use your Portfolio of
Invisible Assets (Heb. 10:35-36)!
C. Perceiving, metabolizing and applying your Invisible Assets will result in you having a
Personal Sense of Destiny!
D. Our Portfolio of Invisible Assets are based upon the grace of God!
E. There are 3 attributes of God which are the source of our Invisble Assets!
F. God’s sovereignty which is God’s eternal infinite and perfect divine volition!
G. God made a sovereign decision in eternity past with regard to your inheritance and Invisible
Assets (Eph. 1:11)!
H. God’s love is related to the Divine Assets (Eph. 1:5)!
I. God the Father’s love is perfect because it is based upon His own perfection and Divine
Essence!
J. God’s love is infinite and eternal because He is infinite and eternal!
K. His love does not depend on us!
L. There is nothing that can separate you and I from the love of God (Rom. 8:38-39)!
M. God’s omniscience is the 3rd attribut related to the Invisible Assets!
N. God has perfect and eternal knowledge of both the actual and the possible!
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O. God knows the beginning from the end!
P. There are 4 categories of Invisible Assets:
1. Primary
2. Secondary
3. Personal
4. Unique
Q. Primary Assets are received at salvation!
R. Secondary Assets are received at maturity!
S. Primary Assets + Secondary Assets = Fantastic Inheritance
T. Secondary Assets are based upon the function of human volition and therefore a part of the
Divine Decree!
U. All Secondary Assets result from understanding your Primary Assets or Equal Privilege and
Equal Opportunity in Election and Predestination!
V. Your Portfolio of Invisible Assets will increase if you understand and take advantage of your
Primary Assets!
W. The 1st phase in the distribution and utilization of our Invisible Assets is at the point of salvation!
X. The 2nd phase is using our Invisible Assets during Spiritual Childhood!
Y. The 3rd phase is the distribution and utilization of our Invisible Assets is during Spiritual
Adulthood!
Z. The 4th and final phase in the distribution and utilization of our Invisible Assets is during
Spiritual Maturity!
AA.The purpose of your Portfolio of Invisible Assets and your Inheritance is to focus in on the glory of
God (Eph. 1:6, 12, 14)!
XIV. Royal Commissions
A. The believer who attains a personal sense of destiny consistently utilizes their royal
priesthood and royal ambassadorship which compose the Church Age believer’s unique
royal commissions!
B. All Church Age believers as members of the Royal Family of God have each been given two
unique Royal Commissions:
1. Royal Priesthood
2. Royal Ambassadorship
C. All Church Age believers are members of the Royal Family of God through the Baptism of the
Spirit!
D. The Church Age believer as a Royal Priest represents himself before God!
E. The Church Age believer’s Royal Priesthood is universal!
F. A priest is a member of the human race who represents the human race or some portion of it
before God.
G. Our Royal Priesthood is not limited to a few individuals as in previous dispensations!
H. We are a kingdom of Royal Priests forever (1 Pet. 2:5, 9; Rev. 1:6; 5:10; 20:6)!
I. The Church Age believer’s priesthood is far superior to the specialized priesthoods in other
dispensations!
J. A Royal Priest:
1. Represents himself before God
2. Functions in privacy before God
3. Learns the Word of God
4. Emphasizes spiritual growth
5. Receives blessings from God!
K. Your priesthood gives you privacy to live your own life as unto the Lord!
L. No one can tell you how to live your life before God!
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M. Church Age believers are not only Royal Priests representing themselves before God, but have
also been given a Royal Ambassadorship (2 Cor. 5:20)!
N. We are ambassadors for Christ!
O. An ambassador is a high ranking minister or member of royalty sent to represent his nation
in a foreign country.
P. As spiritual ambassadors, the Church Age believer represents the Lord Jesus Christ in the
devil’s kingdom.
Q. We represent the King of kings and Lord of lords, who is now absent from the earth because He
sits at the right hand of God representing us before God the Father as our High Priest!
R. We were appointed ambassadors at the moment of salvation just like we were appointed royal
priests at the moment of salvation!
S. An ambassador has his instructions in written form, we have the Bible!
T. An ambassador does not belong to the country to which he is sent, we are citizens of heaven,
not of the devil’s world (Phil. 3:20)!
U. The recall of an ambassador is equivalent to a declaration of war!
V. When the Church is taken out of the world at the Rapture, then war will be declared on those
on the earth during the Great Tribulation!
W. Royal Ambassadors:
1. Represent the absent Lord Jesus Christ in the devil’s world
2. Represents God to man
3. Operates in public before the world
4. Interacts with others
5. Emphasizes spiritual service
6. Gives blessings to man
X. Our mission as Royal Ambassadors is to present the Gospel accurately!
Y. Our Royal Ambassadorship is directed toward the unbeliever!
XV. Mystery Doctrine
A. Perception, metabolization and application of Mystery Doctrine will make the believer aware
that God has a Plan for them, and produce in them a Personal Sense of Destiny!
B. Mystery Doctrine is God’s specific set of instructions for the Church Age believer on how to
execute God’s Game Plan for the Church Age!
C. Mystery Doctrine instructs the Church Age believer on how to live the Christian way of life!
D. Mystery Doctrine instructs the Church Age believer on how to execute God’s will, purpose and
plan for their lives!
E. Mystery Doctrine teaches the Church Age believer on how to execute the Protocol Plan of God
for the Church Age!
F. Mystery Doctrine teaches the Church Age believer that they have a Personal Sense of
Destinty!
G. It teaches us about the Mystery of the Rapture or exit-Resurrection of the Church (1 Cor. 15:51-
52; 1 Thess. 4:13-17)!
H. Mystery Doctrine teaches us that we will receive our Resurrection bodies at that time (1 Cor.
15:51-54)!
I. Mystery Doctrine teaches us that the Gentile in the Church Age is a fellow-heir with Christ (Eph.
3:4-6)!
J. Israel’s rejection of Christ has resulted in great blessings for the Gentiles!
K. “Salvation” has come to the Gentiles because of this rejection (Rom. 11:11)!
L. “Riches” have come to the Gentiles because of this rejection (Rom. 11:12)!
M. Israel’s rejection of Christ has resulted in the reconciliation of the world (Rom. 11:15)!
N. Mystery Doctrine teaches that the Church Age believer is a member of the Body of Christ
through the Baptism of the Spirit (Rom. 12:5; 1 Cor. 12:12-13, 27; Eph. 3:4-6)!
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O. We are members of the Body of Christ (Eph. 5:30)!
P. We are intimately related to Christ as a wife is to her husband (Eph. 5:28-32)!
Q. Mystery Doctrine also teaches that the Church is intimately related to the Lord Jesus Christ!
R. Christ is head of the Church just as the husband is head of the wife in marriage (Eph. 5:22)!
S. The Church is subject to Christ just as the wife is subject to the husband’s authority in marriage
(Eph. 5:24)!
T. Husbands are to impersonally and unconditionally love their wives unconditionally
impersonally just as Christ impersonally and unconditionally loves the Church (Eph. 5:25,
28-29)!
U. Mystery Doctrine reveals that every Church Age believer is indwelt by Christ (John 14:20; Col.
1:27)!
V. The indwelling of Christ is designed to give the Church Age believer confidence and a
Personal Sense of Destiny!
W. Mystery Doctrine was designed by God to produce Invisible Heroes!
X. Mystery Doctrine was designed by God to give the believer confidence!
Y. Mystery Doctrine was designed to produce in each Church Age believer a Personal Sense of
Destiny!
XVI. Perception, Metabolization and Application of Bible Doctrine
A. Only through the perception, metabolization and application of Bible Doctrine will the
believer acquire a Personal Sense of Destiny!
B. Only the believer who consistently perceives and metabolizes Bible Doctrine under the Filling
of the Spirit will acquire a Personal Sense of Destiny!
C. The believer who is Filled with the Spirit and takes in doctrine daily from their right Pastor-
Teacher will acquire a Personal Sense of Destiny!
D. Perception of Bible Doctrine is objectively hearing the Word of God and comprehending it.
E. It can be equated to chewing your food.
F. Perceiving the Word of God is listening to what the Pastor-Teacher is communicating to you.
G. It is like a chef serving you food and you tasting it.
H. Our spiritual chef, the Pastor-Teacher communicates to you Bible Doctrine which is your
spiritual food!
I. Metabolizing Bible Doctrine is understanding and believing the doctrine that has been taught to
you by your Pastor-Teacher while you were under the Filling of the Spirit!
J. Metabolizing doctrine can be likened to swallowing and digesting physcial food!
K. You must swallow and digest your food so that it can go throughout out your blood system
to be used for physical energy.
L. Metabolizing doctrine is swallowing and digesting your spiritual food, i.e., Bible Doctrine, in
order that it can be used for spiritual energy!
M. A “doer” of the Word is someone who applies metabolized doctrine to their life’s experience
(James 1:22-23)!
N. The believer who loves the Lord will apply metabolized doctrine (John 14:15, 21, 23)!
O. The application of Bible Doctrine is using your spiritual food (metabolized doctrine) for
spiritual energy to perform divine good!
P. The application of Bible Doctrine in the life of the believer will produce divine good and the
Fruit of the Spirit (Gal. 5:22-23)!
Q. The believer who applies metabolized doctrine will be fulfilling the command to “walk by
means of the Spirit” (5:16, 25)!
R. The perception of doctrine is the primary function of the believer’s royal priesthood!
S. The application of doctrine is the primary function of the believer’s royal ambassadorship!
T. Without knowledge of God’s Word there can be no Personal Sense of Destiny!
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U. Perception and metabolization of Bible Doctrine will always result in confidence in the
believer!
V. Confidence is a priestly virtue directed toward God!
W. Confidence toward God is the invisible strength behind the believer’s visible courage toward
other people or adverse circumstances.
X. The person who perceives, metabolizes and applies Bible Doctrine will develop confidence in
God and will be free from anxiety!
Y. Having confidence in your relationship with God is synonymous with having a Personal Sense
of Destiny!
Z. The Lord Jesus Christ, the Word of God, is the believer’s confidence (1 Tim. 1:1; Titus 2:13)!