Gluten Free & God Seeking

Sunday, December 4, 2016

Blackberry BBQ Chicken - A Tasty Sauce You'll Have to Try!

Our family loves a good BBQ!  I like trying different types of sauces especially if they're from scratch.  This particular one came off of a bag of blackberries. I was a bit skeptical at first when I looked it over, but when I tasted the chicken, I was like wow, those blackberries make this BBQ sauce so yummy! 

Often I cook BBQ chicken in my oven in the winter. I just put it on my broiler pan, and cook it at 400 for 25 minutes, then I  baste it again and flip it and cook it for another 25 minutes.

Blackberry BBQ Chicken

This makes 3 1/2 cups of sauce.  You can use some for basting and then warm some up on the stove and serve it with the chicken. 

1.  Prepare BBQ Sauce - Put the following ingredients into a blender:
(1)  1 1/2 cups of blackberries
(2)  1 1/4 cups of ketchup
(3)  3 T of brown sugar
(4)  2 1/2 T of balsamic vinegar
(5)  1 3/4 t of chili powder and 3/4 of dry mustard.

2.  Skin and rinse chicken.

3.  Grill chicken:  Get your grill going and then put it on high heat and sear chicken a few minutes each side in order to hold all the juices in while grilling.  Turn it down to medium and continue to grill the chicken, basting  them with the sauce. 

List of other chicken recipes on this blog:

Authentic Chinese BBQ Chicken  (From my friend Rose)
Gluten Free Soy Sauce Chicken   (Modified from Internet search)
Tasty Gluten Free Filipino Chicken Adobo  (Modified from Internet search)
Gluten Free Sweet & Sour Chicken (From my church cookbook, Come & Dine)

Italian & Greek:
Chicken Souvlaki   (Marinade for chicken from my son-in-law)
Gluten Free Chicken Cacciatore With Peppers & Mushrooms  (Modified from my mother-in-law)
Delicious Gluten Free Chicken Parmesan   (From my church cookbook, Come & Dine)
My Son-in-Law's Own Recipe for Greek Chicken

Pollo Guisado (Mexican Braised Chicken)  (From a church friend in Phoenix)
Belizean Chicken, Black Beans & Rice, and Belizean Coleslaw  (From my daughter's family)

American Favorites:
Amazing BBQ Chicken    (From my daughter-in-law's family reunion cookbook)
The Best Gluten Free Oven Fried Chicken   (From my sister-in-law)
Fantastic Gluten Free Chicken Kabobs  (From my church cookbook, Come & Dine)
Great for Summer BBQ - Lemon Rosemary Chicken Legs  (From my church cookbook, Come & Dine)
Curried Mushroom & Apple Chicken  (From my church cookbook Come & Dine)
The Best Homemade Chicken BBQ Sauce  (From my daughter-in-law's family reunion cookbook)
A Gluten Free Twist on Tarragon Chicken - From my  church Come & Dine cookbook
Saucy Chicken 
Chicken & Mushrooms in Wine Sauce   - From my church Come & Dine cookbook

Chicken Casseroles
Chicken Divan  - From my Come & Dine Cookbook
Chicken Pot Pie - A combination of 3 different recipes!

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Seeing God's Spiritual Building in Exodus 26 - Part 1 of 2

  The pictures in the Old Testament parallel the teachings in the New Testament.  There are 185 chapters in the Life-Study of Exodus, and probably half of them are all on the details with the building of the tabernacle.  So as I’ve been read through this part of the Life-Study,  it’s helped me see more about the spiritual building that God is after today.   I’ll give you a quick overview of what I’ve picked up.

A friend of mine made a model of the tabernacle with 
her husband when they were doing a Bible study
on Exodus.  She let me take pictures of it. This only shows the
last three layers. 
   First, the description of the tabernacle in Exodus 26 begins with the four different layers that make up the roof.  The first layer was made of fine linen with golden cherubim, the second of goats' hair, the third was made from rams' skins dyed red, and the fourth layer was constructed of porpoise skins.  When I read these chapters they grabbed my attention because the typology here was amazing to me.  

    Let's see if I can put this part in my own words.  In the Gospels we see Christ portrayed as the fine linen with a humanity that was heavenly (blue thread) divine (gold thread), kingly (purple thread), our Redeemer (scarlet thread) and pure (white linen).  But we know the Lord came to the earth to die for our sins (John 1:29).  In this way He fully represents  the covering of goats' hair. After that came the layer of rams' skins dyed red, and this clearly portrays Christ's redemption on our behalf.  The porpoise skins might be a little hard to get, but in chapter 96 Witness Lee points out that porpoise skins are impenetrable.  They signify that Christ is able to withstand any of Satan's attacks. 

   Witness Lee shares that most people describe a building from the foundation up, but God  in Exodus 26 starts from the top, and then he explains why He did that. Here's some excerpts from pages 1131-1132: 

Top view of the tabernacle
Therefore the fact that the covering comes before the boards indicates that the redemption of Christ must come first. This reveals that our Christian experience begins with the top, with the roof, not with the bottom. If Christ had not become a man to die on the cross for our sins in order to accomplish redemption, fulfill God's requirements and withstand the attacks of the enemy, there would be no way for us to be God's people. The gospel is actually Christ typified by the four-layered covering of the tabernacle....When we heard the gospel and believed into Christ, our Christian life began from above, with the roof....Before we were regenerated, the roof, the four-layered Christ, was already in existence....When we believed in the Lord, and received Him, we immediately found ourselves under the roof, under the covering (Lee, Witness. Life-Study of Exodus. Living Stream Ministry: Anaheim, 1981, Print).  
Every day we can appreciate the fact that God has put us underneath the covering and protection of this Christ! Satan can't touch us here!  In the next post we will look at the boards of the tabernacle.

Thursday, November 10, 2016

Our Fall Family Favorite - Chicken & Zucchini Casserole with Gluten Free Biscuit Topping

 Fall is here again, and like clock work, it's time to make those heart-warming family favorite comfort foods.  My friend Debbie made this particular casserole years ago, and I liked the way it showcased a great way to use a bumper crop of zucchini. 

 At that time I hadn't been diagnosed with celiac disease, and so, of course, I loved the chicken soup and Bisquick topping!  So when I had to modify this recipe, I knew the taste I was looking for. In most casseroles the soup takes front and center because you're eating it in every bite!  This gluten free chicken soup is delicious.

Chicken & Zucchini Casserole
1.   Prepare chicken:
(1)  Rinse 2- 3 chicken breasts and steam until done about 15 minutes.
(2)  Cube chicken, and put aside until assembling casserole.
2.  Prepare vegetables:
(1)  Wash  2 1/2 cups of fresh green beans and snap them into thirds.
(2)  Slice 1 zucchini
(3)  Dice 1 tomato
3. Prepare gluten free chicken soup:
(1)  In a skillet melt 2 T of butter and whisk in 1/2 cup of rice flour.
(2)  Slowly add 2 cups of milk and 2 cups of water, 2 T Better than Bouillon, 1 t salt, 1/2 t  pepper, and1/2 t thyme.
(3)  Cook until thickened; make any adjustments.
4.  Prepare casserole:
(1)  Lay vegetables along the bottom of a 9 x 13 baking pan.
(2)  Sprinkle with dried sweet basil and garlic salt
(3)  Scatter over the top the cubed chicken.
(4)  Cover with the homemade gluten free chicken soup.
(5)  Drop homemade gluten free biscuit dough over the top, recipe below.

5.  Gluten free biscuits - In a medium sized mixing bowl put:
(1)  2/3 cup white rice flour, 2/3 cup sorghum flour, and 2/3 cup tapioca flour
(2)  2 teaspoons baking powder, 1 teaspoon baking soda, and 1 teaspoon salt.
(3)  Cut in 4 tablespoons butter.
(4)  Stir in 1 cup of buttermilk and 1 egg.

6.  Bake at 350 for 45-50 minutes.

Sunday, October 30, 2016

Taking Another Look at the Priesthood of the Believers in Exodus 19:6

   What picture comes into your mind when you hear the word priest?  For most of us it's probably of a man in a dark robe. I know that was mine, and when I saw for the first time that God sees all His believers as priests--I was like what?!  But that's exactly what the Bible says:

Ebey's Landing
And you shall be to Me a kingdom of priests and a holy nation. These are the words that you shall speak to the children of Israel.    Exodus 19:6

    I've learned from my reading through the Life-Study of Exodus that this was God's full intention when He brought the Israelites out of Egypt.  But because of their failure with the golden calf, only the Levites were given this privilege. In these chapters Witness Lee pulls out all the other verses that are on this thread to point out that this is God's eternal intention.   
    So what did the priests do?  In chapter 114 Witness Lee explains that in relation to the tabernacle they had three main jobs: offering sacrifices, taking care of the lamps so the priests could minister in the tabernacle, and burning incense for God's satisfaction. All of these things are full of spiritual meaning, and that's what I've been enjoying as I've been reading through this particular Life-Study

     Sometimes I have to do a double-take when I read something I haven't understood before. That happened to me when I got to pages 1325-1326 in chapter 116  and found out that the tabernacle and the priesthood actually symbolized the same thing! It might help to read this excerpt slowly.

The last two verses of chapter twenty-seven indicate that immediately after the tabernacle came into existence, there was the need of the priesthood for the lighting of the lamps.This indicates that spiritually speaking, the priesthood and the tabernacle are one entity. In the typology of these chapters, God reveals that His redeemed people are both the tabernacle and the priesthood.  The tabernacle is a dwelling place. But how can such a dwelling place be a living people? With the fulfillment of these types in the New Testament, the tabernacle and the priesthood are put together. First Peter 2:5 says we are built into a spiritual house, a holy priesthood. In this verse, according to the grammar, the spiritual house and the holy priesthood are in apposition.  This means that these terms refer to the same thing. Therefore, the spiritual house is the holy priesthood (Lee, Witness. Life-Study of Exodus. Anaheim: Living Stream Ministry, 1982, Print).
     It might help to take a closer look at that verse in 1 Peter: You yourselves also, as living stones, are being built up a spiritual house into a holy priesthood to offer up spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through Jesus Christ.  1 Peter 2:5   Stop for a minute and think about what you've just read, like I did. This is what I get from this:  The New Testament believers are being built together into a spiritual house.  Paul says this clearly in 1 Timothy 3:15 the house of God, which is the church of the living God...Don't forget that church in Greek means the called out assembly--the people!  So God's house is not made with lifeless materials but with His believers.  And these believes also are God's priesthood spiritually serving Him.  You can go wow now, because that's what I did.

   Finally, you have to tie all of this into two verses in Revelation that fully show that God's intention from the beginning was that all His people would serve Him:  And made us a kingdom, priests to His God and Father, to Him be the glory and the might forever and ever, Amen. Revelation 1:6 And then in Revelation 5:10 the 24 elders of the universe and the four living creatures declare:  And have made them a kingdom and priests to our God; and they will reign on earth.  I hope this makes you want to read the entire chapter!! 

You can listen to excerpts of this life training and some outstanding commentary by listening to Life-Study of the Bible with Witness Lee on Exodus.

Other Posts on the Life-Study of Exodus:

Why Did God Use So Many Women in Exodus 1 & 2?
Taking a Closer Look at the Conflict Between God and Pharaoh in Exodus 5
What Does the Name Jehovah Mean in Exodus 6:2?
Why Did God Really Send the Manna in Exodus 6?
What is the Meaning of the Bitter Waters at Marah in Exodus 15:23?
How are the 10 Commandments Like God's Engagement Covenant in Exodus 20?
How Can You Keep the 10 Commandments?
Why Did the Israelites Build a Tabernacle in Exodus 25:8?  

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Dale's Gingersnaps Made Gluten Free

As soon as the temperature dips, I start getting into hibernation mode or something.  I start pulling out fall decorations, and then I begin some serious fall baking.  With no school on Friday last week my granddaughter and I made an apple pie on Thursday night and gingersnaps, banana muffins, and a peach crisp on Friday.  My house smelled amazing. 

I love cooking with my grandkids and watching them get into it.  There's some ownership that happens when they become a part of the cooking process. This recipe for gingersnaps come from my church cookbook Come & Dine.  It was submitted by a man who grew up baking for his family's restaurant.  And he is one amazing cook! 

These gingersnaps had just the perfect amount of ginger. Not like a ginger chew that explodes in your mouth--if you're looking for that maybe add a bit more.  My oven runs on the hot side, so I had to adjust the time.  Nothing says fall is fun like some good home baking and the smell of gingersnaps!

Gluten Free Gingersnaps

1.  Prepare dry ingredients - In a medium sized mixing bowl put:
(1)  2 cups of gluten free flour - I like to use 2/3 cup of white rice flour, 2/3 cup of sorghum flour,  and 2/3 cup of tapioca flour.
(2)  Stir in 2 tsp. of baking soda, 4 tsp. of ginger, 2 tsp. of cinnamon, and 1/2 tsp. of salt.

2.  Creaming:  Cream butter and sugar. Then beat in 1 egg and 1/4 cup of molasses.

3.  Gradually add flour mixture to creamed mixture.  Stir well.

4.  Roll dough into balls and dip in sugar. 

5.  Place sugar side up on ungreased cookie sheet.

6.  Bake at 350 for 12-15  minutes.  Cook shorter or longer depending on how crisp you want them to be. 

Other Gluten Free Baking & Desserts on This Blog:

Breads & Coffee Cakes: 
Gluten free & Low-fat Banana Bread    (From my daughter-in-law's family reunion cookbook)
Celebrate Fall With Gluten Free Pumpkin Bread  (A friend's recipe)
Delicious Gluten Free Zucchini Bread (From my Heritage School Cookbook)
My Favorite Gluten Free Cranberry Nut Bread  (From my daughter-in-law's family cookbook)
Claudia's Blueberry Coffee Cake (Made Gluten Free!)   (From a former neighbor)
Here's a Zucchini Bread with a Hawaiian Twist! Gluten Free Pineapple Zucchini Bread (From my Syre School Cookbook)

Gluten Free German Apple Cake   (From my grandmother)
You Won't Believe It's Gluten Free Carrot Cake (From my daughter's husband's grandma--whew)
Judi's Super Moist Gluten Free Chocolate Cake    (From a church friend)
Judi's Gluten Free Orange Chiffon Cake    (From a church friend)
Marilyn's Spectacular Gluten Free Oatmeal Cake   (My mother-in-law's specialty!)
The Best Gluten Free Black Bottom Cupcakes   (From my Heritage School Cookbook)
Delicious Gluten Free Rhubarb Cake   (From my daughter-in-law's family reunion cookbook)
Grandma's Gluten Free Applesauce Cake   (From an Internet search--tastes like my grandma's!)
Old Fashioned Gluten Free Banana Cake   (From my grandma)
Rosie's Gluten Free Pineapple Upside Down Cake   (From my daughter-in-law's family reunion cookbook)
Overwhelmed By Your Bumper Crop of Zucchini? Try Claudia's Gluten Free Chocolate Zucchini Cake!   (From my former neighbor Claudia of 12 years)

Decadent & Gluten Free German Chocolate Cake  (From my Come & Dine church cookbook)
Debbie's Delicious Hot Water GF Chocolate Cake   (From my Come & Dine cookbook)
Debbie's Less Oil Carrot Cake (Made Gluten Free!)   (From my Come & Dine cookbook)
Jud's Crazy Cake (You Can Easily Make It Gluten Free!)  (From a church friend)

The Ultimate Gluten Free Cowboy Oatmeal Cookies   (From my Heritage School Cookbook)
Mom's Go To For Gluten Free Peanut Butter Cookies (From my Heritage School Cookbook)
The Best Gluten Free Recipe for Snickerdoodles    (From my Heritage School Cookbook)
Gluten Free Rocky Road Brownies    (From a church friend)
Mark's Famous Chocolate Chip Cookies - Made Gluten Free!   (From my daughter-in-law's family reunion cookbook)
Judi's Gluten Free Oatmeal Craisin & Coconut Cookies (From a church friend)
Marie's Old Fashioned Molasses Cookies (Also Great Gluten Free!)   (My friend Marie's recipe)
Bebe's Gluten Free Whoopie Pies  (From my friend Debbie)
Scrumptious Gluten Free Blackberry Cake   
Gluten Free Coconut Chocolate Chip Macaroons  - (Recipe on Baker's bag of coconut)

Cornbread & Rolls:
Beth's Amazing Gluten Free Cornbread   (From my Heritage School Cookbook)
Judi's Favorite Gluten Free Buttermilk Biscuits   (My friend Judi's sister's recipe)

Crisps & Pies:
Lena's Rhubarb Crunch (A crisp with a gluten free top and bottom crust!) (My daughter-in-law's mother. She's an amazing cook, which I think most of us moms become after a few years!)
Delicious Gluten Free Apple Crisp    (From my Heritage School Cookbook)
Ginger's Outrageous Apple Pie    (From a church friend)

The BEST Lemon Meringue Pie with Mrs. Lauralicious Gluten Free Pie Crust  (Internet)
My Grandmother's Favorite Banana Cream Pie  (A recipe from my grandmother)
Granny's Lemon Cheesecake Squares   (From my friend Judi's granny)
Simple & Gluten Free Chocolate Cream Pie   (From my Syre School Cookbook)
Judi's No Fail Gluten Free Pie Crust    (From my friend Judi)

Desserts with Fruit:
Sensational Gluten Free Strawberry Shortcake   (From the back of Costco's organic sugar)
Terrific Gluten Free Strawberry & Peach Trifle  (Modified from an Internet search)
My Favorite Gluten Free Strawberry Cheesecake (From my Heritage School Cookbook)
Just Like Grandma's (But Only Gluten Free) Berry Cobbler (My husband's grandma's recipe)
Gluten Free Lemony Rhubarb Bars (From my Syre School Cookbook)
Old Fashioned Strawberry Buckle (Made Gluten Free)   (A recipe I picked up from a berry farm)
From New Zealand - Triple Berry Pavlova  (A friend's recipe - Heritage School Cookbook)

Holiday Cookies & Baking:

Old Fashioned Gluten Free Pumpkin Cookies  (Modified from back of the Libby's pumpkin can)
My Family's Favorite Gingerbread Cookies (Now Made Gluten Free!)  (From my Heritage School Cookbook)
My Grandkids Favorite Gluten Free Peppermint Sugar Cookies  (From Syre School Cookbook)
Our Favorite Pumpkin Pie   (With extra spice-- from back of Libby's pumpkin can)

Perfect Gluten Free Pumpkin Cheesecake   (From back of cream cheese box)
Gluten Free Polish Fruitcake  ( Modified from Internet search)
Old Fashioned Gluten Free Gingerbread Cake   (From my Heritage School Cookbook)
Gluten Free Nordy Bars  ( From my Syre School Cookbook)
Grandma Pitcher's Old Fashioned Sandies (Made Gluten Free)  (My husband's grandma)
Make a Family Tradition & Make Your Own Fruitcake    (From my Heritage School Cookbook)

My Favorite Banana Nut Muffins   (From my daughter-in-law's family reunion cookbook)
Gluten Free Tremendous Pumpkin Muffins   
(From my Heritage School Cookbook)
Bursting with Blueberries Gluten Free Muffins   (From my Heritage School Cookbook)
Toni's Outrageous Gluten Free Corn Muffins    (From back of a Bob's Red Mill package)
Sassy Gluten Free Apple Cinnamon Muffins  (From my Heritage School Cookbook)

Puddings & Ice Cream: 

Dairy Free Strawberry Coconut Ice Cream (And other ice cream favorites!) (From searches)
Baked Coconut Pudding   (Something I worked out from my Aunt Sue's rice pudding recipe)
Tangy Lemon Pudding   (From my daughter-in-laws family reunion cookbook)

Saturday, October 1, 2016

Why Did the Israelites Build a Tabernacle in Exodus 25:8?

      Exodus isn't just about getting the Israelites out of Egypt.  Although Moses paints a vivid picture of Pharaoh's oppression and the Israelites plight of forced labor, drowning babies, brick making, and 10 devastating plagues, the story doesn't end there.

     Shortly after their exodus, the children of Israel camped near Mt. Sinai where God gave Moses those famous 10 commandments.  But soon after that God called him up again to receive the vision of the tabernacle.

Exodus 25:8  And they shall make for Me a sanctuary, that I may dwell in their midst.

    I don't know if you have focused on the chapters on the tabernacle in your Bible reading or not.  When I was a young believer, I pretty much glossed over it all.  Why didn't God just call a tabernacle into being like He did in Genesis 1?  And why the immense detail? 

     As I was thinking about all of this today, I remembered how I had learned in the Genesis Life-Study that  there's a thread of life and building that runs throughout the entire Bible. And this is important because it has a lot to do with God's eternal purpose.   And if you haven't thought too much about what God's eternal purpose is--here it is in a nutshell:  God made us in His image and likeness (Genesis 1:26) with a body, a soul, and a spirit (1 Thessalonians 5:23) so that God could come into our spirit  (John 20:22) and transform our soul (2 Corinthians 3:18), and eventually at His coming transfigure our body (Philippians 3:21).

    But God doesn't want just one person on display nor does he want a nick-knack shelf of various spiritual believers, God wants a spiritual house.   Let me stop here for a minute and say this is something I have deeply appreciated about the ministry of Witness Lee.  By God's mercy he was enabled to stand on the shoulders of countless other believers before him and see this revelation further and speak it faithfully to the Lord's people. 

   It's actually all throughout the New Testament--beginning with the Lord in Matthew 16:18B ...and upon this rock, I will build My church...  All of brother Lee's sharing is strongly supported by the Bible, and I'll just put here two classic verses that clearly show that God's intention is to build His people together into a spiritual house.  Take a look at 1 Peter 2:5:  You also, as living stones, are being built up a spiritual house, a holy priesthood, to offer up spiritual sacrifices, acceptable to God through Jesus Christ.  And then compare that to Paul's word in Ephesians 2:21-22 In whom [Christ] all the building being fitted together, is growing into a holy temple in the Lord; in whom you also are being built together into a dwelling place of God in spirit.

    What's amazing about Exodus is it gives us a detailed picture of the process the Israelites went through to build the tabernacle.  All the details like using acacia wood, gold, silver, and bronze, and certain types of fabric, and specific colors of  thread all have spiritual meaning!!  Even as I write this, I'm trying to wrap my head around it more.  It's just plain incredible!!  Here's an awesome excerpt from pages 949-950 of chapter 81 of the Life-Study of Exodus that shows how the tabernacle is a type of the church:

To be sure, the ark typifies the individual Christ. The tabernacle, however, typifies both the individual Christ, the Head, and the corporate Christ, the Body....The Body of Christ is the church. In Ephesians 1:22 and 23 Paul speaks of the church which is Christ's Body, the fullness of the one who fills all in all....To repeat, in Exodus we have not only the ark, but also the tabernacle. This means that we have not only Christ, but also the church....It is vital for us to see that the second section of the book of Exodus is concerned with the tabernacle as a type of the church as the enlargement of Christ. In order for Christ to be enlarged into the church, we need to have many spiritual experiences. For this reason, as we consider chapters twenty-five through forty of Exodus, our emphasis will be more on experience (Lee, Witness. Life-Study of Exodus. Living Stream  Ministry, Anaheim. 1981, Print).
You can read through some of these other posts to find out what I've read from other Life-Studies on this amazing truth concerning God's building. If you go to Living Stream's online bookstore at,  you can also order some of the books that are on this subject. 

Other Posts on God's Building:

From the Life-Study of Matthew:
What is the Significance of the Parables on the Treasure & the Pearl of Great Value in Matthew 13:44-46?

From the Life-Study of Acts:
What Does the Early Church Look Like in the Book of Acts?
How Did the Lord Spread the Gospel in Acts 8?
What Vision Did Saul Have at His Conversion in Acts 9:3-8?
How Does the Gospel Reach the Gentiles in Acts 10?

From the Life-Study of Romans:
What is the Focus of Romans 12?
What Does Romans 14 Say About Receiving Believers & Why Does It Matter?
Have You Seen the Practical Church Life in Romans 16?

From the Life-Study of 1 Corinthians:
What is God Building in 1 Corinthians 3:9?
What Does it Mean to Build in 1 Corinthians 3:12 With Gold, Silver, & Precious Stones?
What is the Apostle Paul's View of the Body in 1 Corinthians 12?
How Did the Early Believers Meet in 1 Corinthians 14:26?

From the Life-Study of Ephesians:
What is the Subject of Paul's Epistle to the Ephesians?
What is the Mystery of God's Will Revealed in Ephesians 1:9?
What is the One New Man in Ephesians 2:15?
What are the Seven Aspects of the Church Seen in Ephesians?
Why Did God Abolish the Ordinances in Ephesians 2:15? 

From the Life-Study of Colossians:
What is the Mystery of God in Colossians 2:2? (Part 1)
What is the Mystery of Christ in Ephesians 5:32?   (Part 2)
What is the Greatest Mystery?
How Does God Get the One New Man in Colossians 3:10?
From Lessons for New Believers by Witness Lee:
Discussion with College Students: What is the Church?