Exploring the golden nuggets of our identity in Christ Jesus so that we can manifest, "As He is, so are we in this world" (1 John 4:17).
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Archbishop Audrey Drummonds, Ph.D. • General
The riches of the Grace of God were released at the cross and resurrection of Jesus Christ. He is our peace. In the eyes of God there is no separation of sin and death. The finished work of Jesus Christ united all of Heaven and earth, the visible and invisible into one new man called Christ whom Jesus is the head of the body. This is the good news that Paul preached and gave his life for .
Archbishop Audrey Drummonds, Ph.D. • Spiritual Maturity
Over two-thousand years ago Jesus Christ appeared once and for all before God in the Holy of Holies - the Father of Lights and Glory (James 1:17, Ephesian 1:17). He came again after the resurrection, after the ascension, and after the canonization of the Bible. He came yesterday, today, and will come tomorrow. Has He come today to you?
Archbishop Audrey Drummonds, Ph.D. • Passover
The year is 2020.
The year that says we can see clearly. The year that signifies our foresight may be cloudy only knowing in part with gifts of prophecy, tongues, and knowledge (1 Corinthians 13:8), BUT, when the PERFECT – complete fullness of Christ – comes, the partial, the gifts the church has functioned in, will be done away (1 Corinthians 13:9). Childish things of functioning as the body of Christ Jesus – the church- must be done away with. What are these childish things?
Archbishop Audrey Drummonds, Ph.D. • Evangelism
The church has used a message of the "Roman Road to Salvation" as an ego message to look out for "self" to have a ticket to a better place someday when they die. This message removes the anointing of the Holy Spirit for the unity of the body of Christ to be unveiled in the earth. Paul warned to the Ephesians not to grieve the Holy Spirit.
Archbishop Audrey Drummonds, Ph.D. • Discipleship
The natural man cannot perceive the things of God because they can only be discerned by spirit. The Holy Spirit protects spiritual mysteries and the wisdom of God. Without the Holy Spirit unveiling the wisdom of God, man in all his intellectual knowledge of reading, memorizing, studying, and justifying the Scriptures will still not be able to access the power of God, and the glory of God will still be hidden within a people called by His Name.
Archbishop Audrey Drummonds, Ph.D. • Evangelism
Jesus began His ministry at a wedding transforming the water that was used for cleansing and purification in six clay jars into the best wine. He didn't go to a chemistry lab or touch the water. He just spoke the WORD. Jesus was baptized with water in the Jordan River for the purification of ALL of humanity, His body. He said we were already cleaned. We just need our feet washed (John 13:10).

The baptism of Jesus was not with repentance and water, but with the Holy Spirit and laying on of hands. May the bride prepare herself for the duties of her Beloved to wash the feet of His body.
Archbishop Audrey Drummonds, Ph.D. • Faith
What are the riches of God's Grace through the blood of Jesus Christ that has forgiven us of our trespasses and sins?

Each time the enemy of God tried to tempt Jesus in the wilderness, he did so by quoting a Scripture from the Old Testament. If this is the tactic the enemy of God uses with the Son of God to take the anointing of Heaven from Him, maybe we should take a better look of how Jesus defeated Satan to make sure we as Christians are not aligning ourselves with God's enemy.
Archbishop Audrey Drummonds, Ph.D. • Fear
Have you ever wondered what the disciples would have said to Jesus when He was going to the garden of Gethsemane to pray? They just finished a unique and amazing Passover meal that focused on a new concept of thought they had never heard before.

Jesus is now approaching the Garden of Gethsemane in the dark of the night stating they will all scatter with the same assignment as they had before, but this time they are to take a purse, a bag, and a sword. When their mission is complete Jesus would see them again in the Galilee?
What's happening?
Archbishop Audrey Drummonds, Ph.D. • Faith
"For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life" (John 3:16).

This Scriptures is probably the most quoted verse from the Bible than any other. Most often the agenda of validating this verse as a "thus says the Lord" into a conversation is to justify that if you don't receive Jesus as your personal Savior, you won't go to heaven; you will perish into an eternal lake of fire. Is this really the conversation taking place between Nicodemus and Jesus? Is this what Jesus was saying?
Archbishop Audrey Drummonds, Ph.D. • Holiness
"See, my servant will act wisely; he will be raised and lifted up and highly exalted" (Isaiah 52:13).

When Isaiah wrote this, the idea of a servant being raised and exalted was NOT an idea that the culture would have given any thought to. Here, God is speaking a message through the prophet Isaiah to people identified as a slave, a maid, a butler, a servant, a housekeeper, a gardener, or anyone that was living in a situation that meant for them to serve another that had power, prestige, money, or position.
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