1971 Derek Prince 12 full messages on one MP3-CD

1971 Derek Prince 12 full messages on one MP3-CD
1971 DEREK PRINCE - 12 Full Messages Recorded by Glen Miller. Founder of Lake Hamilton Bible Camp (128kbps, 41,100 Hz, For Stereo CD Quality Audio)

71-CFODPMP3CD-2 - Derek Prince -- WITCHCRAFT, HERESY & FALSE RELIGION - The 3 specific problems addressed in this message are: 1. Witchcraft which is the domination of one person over another person or group of persons. 2. Heresies – departures from the Christian faith. 3. False Religions – religions that do not profess to be Christian. God Himself never invades the sovereignty of human will and God requires that we re-spect the sovereignty of each others will and personality. Derek expounds on each of these problems with scripture and examples. He believes there are things God has tolerated in the past that He isn’t prepared to tolerate any longer. If you have a spirit in your life you can use, it is not the Holy Spirit. No one uses the Holy Spirit. He is God. The Lord gave Derek a definition of witchcraft - it is the attempt to control others and make them do what you want them to. He gives instances of witchcraft via prophetesses in some churches and cases of people he knew. You can never be what God wants you to be when dominated by another person. On the subject of heresies – I Timothy 4:1&2 – people who have been in the faith and depart from it to false religious spirits which entice people further away. Religion is the devil’s main instrument to deceive and destroy the human race. Derek gives examples of false prophecy. Doctrines of demons – II Peter 2 – brings in damnable heresy – costs you salvation of your soul. Heresy means to choose. He gives more instances. Don’t believe everyone that quotes the Bible. He says anything that denies any of the statements in the Apostles Creed is a damnable heresy. I John 2:18-20 - spirit of anti-Christ – 1. Denies person of Father and person of Son but not God. 2. Denies Jesus has come in the flesh. 3. Denies Jesus is the Messiah. 4. Denies Jesus is coming again. Anti means against and in place of. All demons hate Jesus. And on false religions – John 10:9, 14:6 – The only way to get in the supernatural power of God is through Jesus any other way into the supernatural realm is through the devil. He gives some modern equivalents to the King James. To name a few; divination – fortune telling, ob-server of times, Isaiah 47 – monthly prognostication – horoscopes and many more. A wizard is male and a witch is female. He gives many other examples backed up by scripture. He closes with – How do you get straight if you’ve been crooked? If you’ve been involved in witchcraft how do you get free? 1. Confess it as sin 2. Renounce it – preferably openly 3. Break all contact – burn books, images, anything that dishonors Jesus and uplifts the devil. This message concludes with ministry for deliverance and confession of specific sins.

71-CFODPMP3CD-5 - Derek Prince - QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON DELIVERANCE - This excellent CD includes over 50 questions and answers such as, “How can you tell if the devil is counterfeiting the work of the Holy Spirit in your life particularly in speaking in tongues?” Derek believes some people receive this falsely. It is not a normal thing or common but he says we will encounter it and gives an example. He tells us fasting is a part of spiritual discipline for every believer. No person is walking in the fullness of God without it. Fasting, properly done, builds faith. There are things in the Christian life we cannot handle unless we fast. He answered questions of how to deal with physical diseases and spirits of infirmities. The great weapon against the devil in all circumstances is the Word of God. Derek said he almost always has the person to pray, “Jesus took my infirmities and bore my sicknesses and with His wounds I am healed.” On the basis of that confession he gets them to renounce the spirit of infirmity. The same power that heals also drives out evil spirits. The devil chooses your weakest moment and weakest place. He gives response to questions on guidelines for small children. He tells of interesting experience he had concerning a woman with 72 evil spirits that each named them-selves when they came out. One, the seducing spirit, was the root of 37 different deceiving spirits for example eternal security, Jesus only, forbidding to marry, etc. He says the most dangerous spirits are religious spirits. They are twice as dangerous as all the rest put together. He gives a warning that there is a very narrow dividing line between the real thing and the wrong thing. Many more questions and answers concerning demons are addressed. Can demons inhabit furniture, is there a demon of sleep, etc. He recommends his booklet “Expelling Demons” which gives a list. In a question, are there families of spirits, he said yes, and gave examples of a few such as resentment, hatred, rebellion in one family. How do we know what is the root spirit? It is usually the first one in and the last one out. Derek says faith is the real thing not a label. He tells us healing of memories is not taught in these meeting and he does not think this scriptural. This teaching is full of information through questions and answers. He dismissed in prayer.

71CFOMP3CD4-5 - Derek Prince - BONE TO HIS BONE (1 of 5) - Derek begins by defining the current state of God’s saints with reference to Joel’s three main divisions (desolation – restoration – judgment) as one of restoration. This series of teachings describe these days of restoration, particularly the ‘Regrouping’ as outlined by the following 7 operations of God’s working: 1) Re-gathering, 2) Purging & Liberating, 3) Equipping, 4) Regrouping, 5) Reaping the Harvest, 6) Preparing the Bride, 7) Restraining & casting down strongholds. The first 4 are preparatory phases. He briefly describes the first 4 operations of God’s working in the church relating; 1) the importance of one’s priority in life, 2) deliverance, 3) gifts of the Holy Spirit & finding your function, and 4) the restoration of unity and proper relationships in God’s Body, the Church. His text from Ezekiel is expounded using colorful description of liberty, independence, functionality, and rattling bones & noise. Derek then turns to Eph chapter 4 and describes God’s ministerial gifts and their purpose and emphasizes the two alternatives for the believer. Either we mature or we go about being tossed by doctrines and never grow, thereby failing in our functioning position in the body. He notes the regrouping includes submission to someone (Eph 5:21) and that the only platform for anyone operating alone in the New Testament was the evangelist. He then described repentance and judgment from Ezek 9 where judgment began at the sanctuary and the leaders; emphasizing this scriptural pattern for the coming body. In ending, Derek requests that everyone who is a sincere Christian be determined not to remain a “clanking bone’ but to find their place in the body that produces the functioning necessary to enable the entire body to functions as it should – Jesus’ Body.

71CFOMP3CD4-6 - Derek Prince - BONE TO HIS BONE (2 of 5) - God is restoring the Body of Christ by revealing to believers their functional position in the body (according to the measure of faith God has given to the believer – Rom 12). He recalls the difference between ‘liberty’ and ‘independence’ stating the body currently is still clattering bones not submitted/united to bring about God’s Kingdom on the earth. Liberty is the ability to perfectly accomplish what the Head is telling the body to do. Ones primary functionality goes in hand with the faith God gives and co-operates with the adjoining members thereby allowing the Gifts of the Holy Spirit to function as needed. Derek gives examples regarding discernment and word of knowledge in his deliverance ministry and categorizes the gifts that are under control of the believer and those that are not. He next discusses certain truths regarding the Body of Christ. This discussion details the authority of the local church and its duty for settling disputes thereby keeping disharmony, disunity and conflicts out of the body. As an example 1st Cor 5:1-7 and 1st Cor 5:12 thru 6:2 is given. Derek then states the church is scripturally required to judge at least four things; 1) doctrine, 2) prophecies, 3) ministries and 4) member character/conduct and that many Christians hid behind Matt 7:1. Regarding doctrinal disputes Derek discusses Acts 15 and concludes defining the keys required for the Church by linking Eph 5:21 (unity and harmony) and 1st Cor 1:9 & 1 John 1:3 (fellowship) with Matt 18:18-20 (the authority & power we have in fellowship). The sons of God are led together by the Holy Spirit into the name of Jesus to have fellowship with the Father; the ultimate restoration for mankind.

71CFOMP3CD4-7A - Derek Prince - BONE TO HIS BONE (3 of 5) - After a brief review of the previous messages, Derek continues on with the theme of fellowship and gives a measuring stick to check if one is walking in light/truth and being cleansed by the Blood. (1 John 1:7) He illustrates a successful fellowship in the Lord by describing the meetings of the CFO’s counsel ring and by successful prayer meetings. Then Derek teaches the necessary principles of how a believer can move into his function (or place in the body of Christ) using scripture beginning with Eph 4:1 and continuing thru vs. 16; #1 - humility (Paul was writing from prison). #2 - serving in love & speaking in love [vs. 15]. #3 - persevering for unity of the Spirit. #4 - bonding in peace (servant hood/submission/bond slave) {Note: There must be unity in the Spirit till we come into the unity of the Faith (vs.13) & points out Jesus’ example of humility. Also see Phil 2:5-11}. #5 - holding onto the Head and Him only (this allows Jesus to supply everything the joints and bands require for proper operation of body parts in growing/maturing. See Col 2:19. It is the body that causes the body to grow itself by this principle). #6- joints & bands/bonds (relationships to those closest to you. 1st – husbands & wives, 2nd – family and 3rd – the local body. Derek closes discussing the husband/wife/family relationships and why God chose Abram to father the nation of Israel and ends with an exhortation to men to come gather regularly for fellowship.

71CFOMP3CD4-7B - Derek Prince - BONE TO HIS BONE (4 of 5) - Derek begins reminding believers that the final authority concerning all issues that involve disputes between believers, moral or ethical questions or doctrinal matters reside within the local body of believers or church. See Eph 5:21. This message describes scriptural methods of how a functional New Testament body of believers can be brought into being and specific warnings about ‘just starting a new testament church’. The New Testament body must begin by being BIRTHED. He says he does not believe there is any cut--&-dried theological way to bring forth New Testament Christianity. It must be born of the Holy Spirit in order to survive the process of travail. Next, Derek reveals, out of scripture, the self-reproducing cycle of the New Testament Church. He begins in Acts 13 and finishes this part with Acts 14:4 & 14. There were certain prophets and teachers in fellowship in Antioch. While they were fellowshipping, a missionary journey was birthed calling out Barnabas and Saul for the work. Notice that before they were sent out they were called prophets and teachers, but afterwards they were called apostles. The prophet & teacher were promoted from within the ranks of the local body for the function God required for the going out, ministering, appointing elders and then returning to give a full report. When God looks down from above on a city, He sees one body – not 20 denominations on 50 street corners. Our job is to find the bones we are to be united together with by the joints (the close individual personal relationships) and bonds/bands (love [Eph 4:3] and peace [Col 3:14]) that will hold the relationships together. Derek sums up saying by recognition and submission can we in love & unity birth mighty purposes of God into being. And that local prayer groups that visit the sick / shut-ins are specifically called for that purpose.

71CFOMP3CD4-8 - Derek Prince - BONE TO HIS BONE (5 of 5) - Derek begins at Ezek 37:7-10 and points out that the end of the prophesying was the entering in of the Holy Spirit into the bodies after they had come together, after the skin and tissues covered the bodies, then they stood up an exceedingly great army – The Holy Spirit entered the body for a specific purpose – not for individual bone purposes. It is critical that we see that God’s purposes for the army in unity will be the Church 1) Reaping the harvest, 2) The bride preparing herself and 3) restraining / casting down strongholds. He then begins discussing how we move in to this unity of the body led by the Spirit. Derek believes that this stage is now accessible especially in fellowships of prayer & fasting. The transitions of a body of disciples into a local church are revealed in Acts 18 & Acts 21. The transition happens after elders are appointed on the return trip. He also points out that every apostle is then answerable to the elders where the apostle is joined. NO ONE IS ABOVE THE LOCAL BODY. Derek closes pointing out that the apostle & the prophet never operate alone and there is not one scripture showing he does. However in Acts 21 a prophet is acting alone but that he was confirming and not prophesying a new thing. Derek reemphasizes that apostles, prophets and pastors/shepherds never operate alone. Check out Acts14:23, Tit 11:5, Acts 20:17 & 28 and 1 Pet 5:1

71CFOMP3CD8-6 - YOUTH & CHILDREN DELIVERANCE - This message qualifies as a treasure in the vein of deliverance ministry. The title indicates specific ministry to children and youth, however, the message and ministry is a MUST for every age group. Many problems that Christians deal with originated in childhood. There are untold numbers of deliverances that have resulted from listening to Bro. Prince’s ministry to this group of young people.

71CFOPHCD-1 - Derek Prince - GOD DEMANDS HOLINESS IN HIS PEOPLE - (1 of 4) - Derek opens this teaching with prayer and gives us the definition of holiness – the verb is to sanctify and the noun is sanctification. So the meaning of the word sanctify is to make holy. God is holy and there is no one and nothing else that is holy except in virtue of a relationship to God. Proverbs 30:2-3 – key phrase—the knowledge of the holy. If you don’t know the One who is holy, you do not know holiness. Holiness is totally dependent on the knowledge of God. He goes through some of the scriptures which he believes have a powerful impact. Isaiah 6:1 – Isaiah describes a vision he received from the Lord in His glory sitting on His throne. Holy is the Father, Holy is the Son and Holy is the Spirit. The parallel pas-sage is in Revelation 4 – again a man caught up in holiness of God – John the Revelator on the island of Patmos. The whole bible tells us a unique truth, of God’s holiness not found in any other book. God is a holy God. He gives scriptures from the Old Testament - Exodus 15:11, Joshua 24:19, I Samuel 2:1-2, Psalms 22:3. Notice the 3 words in Isaiah 57:15 – High, Holy, Humble. The first 2 belong to God and the last one to you and me. Always you will find that the holiness of God provokes the humility of man. The second great truth is God who is holy demands holiness in His people. One of the Books that deal with holiness is Leviticus. The word holiness occurs more than 60 times in Leviticus. All through the book there is a lesson – God is Holy and you must approach Him on the basis of His holiness or you cannot approach Him at all. Examples – Lev. 11:44-45, 19:2, 20:7,26, 10:10. Exodus 19:6 - God demands that His people be holy and yet it is a promise at the same time. Again see the emphasis on holiness in Deuteronomy 14:2 and in 26:18-19. I Peter 1:13 speaks of man’s ignorance of God’s holiness and he goes on to give one great reason why we must be holy in vs. 17-19 – because our redemption was so expensive. We were bought with the blood of Jesus. Paul emphasizes the part we have to play 3 times in I Thess. 3:13, 4:3-4, 5:23. If Paul prayed that we should be wholly sanctified then it must be possible. He never prayed something that could not be done by the grace of God. In closing he noted the truth that spiritual holiness corresponds to beauty in the natural. Holiness is spiritual beauty – Psalms 93:5, Psalms 96:9, Psalms 110:3 and there is one passage from the New Testament about beauty in the inward man – I Peter 3:3-4. This is the beauty God says He is looking for in believing men and women. This excellent teaching was dismissed in prayer.

71CFOPHMP3CD-2 - Derek Prince - GOD'S PROVISION FOR HOLINESS (2 of 4) - Derek begins by speaking a few words of advice and council for those who did receive or they are seeking the baptism in the Holy Spirit. II Peter 1:3,4 will be used a lot in this teaching. When God demands something He always provides the means to satisfy His demands. Christian life is not a life of mere standing still, not a place to get to and stop. It is a life of growth, increase, multiplication and fruitfulness. If you want salvation you have to acknowledge Jesus the Savior, if you want the baptism in the Holy Spirit you acknowledge Jesus the Baptizer, if you want healing you acknowledge Jesus the Healer, and if you want deliverance you acknowledge Jesus the Deliverer. Every part of God’s provision consists in acknowledging that aspect of Jesus and His nature and His ministry. In our scriptures II Peter 1:3,4 there are 4 statements for the basis of this teaching (1) God’s divine power has already given us everything we are ever going to need for life and godliness (2) This comes through the acknowledging of the Lord Jesus Christ. There is no provision outside of Jesus Christ (3) The means by which we appropriate this provision is the promises of the Word of God (4) As we appropriate the promises of the Word of God we become partakers of the nature of God. There are 7 aspects of our partaking of God’s holiness in the Word of God: (a) Christ - I Cor. 1:2,30 - He is made to us 4 things: wisdom, righteous, holiness and redemption, (b) the cross (place of sacrifice), (c) the Holy Spirit - I Cor. 6:11, (d) the blood of Jesus- Heb. 10:29, 13:12, 38:8, (e) the Word of God- John 17:17, (f) our faith - II Thess. 2:13, Acts 26:18, Obadiah 17, (g) our works - our actions that express our faith - II Cor. 7:1. In closing he gives us Philippians 2:12-13 – God works in and we work out.

71CFOPHMP3CD-3 - Derek Prince - HOW GOD'S PROVISION WORKS IN OUR LIVES (3 of 4) - Derek starts this informative teaching by recalling the facts of the previous 2 studies. In this study he will trace with us how the provision operates in our lives, how it works out practically. Every provision begins with God not with us. He looks at scriptures that speak about God’s choice. I Peter 1:2 is a key scripture. God’s choice is based on His foreknowledge. Derek illustrates this in 3 scriptures – Gen. 18:17-19, Eph. 13:4-5, Rom. 8:29. In Ephesians we have adoption; in Romans we have conformity to Jesus Christ. There are 3 phases in becoming a true child of God – (1) Birth-physiological (2) Adoption – legal (3) Conformity to the image of Christ which is maturity. The Holy Spirit comes into our lives to work out God’s plan for us. He draws us, separates us out and then He reveals Christ to us. The drawing and separating begin before we receive the revelation of Jesus Christ. You either accept or reject Jesus, there is no neutrality and God is not obligated to give you 2 choices – I Cor. 1:18. I Peter 1:2 means you hear, you submit and you obey. When you obey the blood of Jesus is sprinkled upon you. I John 1:7 – the blood does not cleanse in the dark and does not cleanse the disobedient. I Cor. 11:31 – God tells us how He requires us to react to what we see in the mirror. Romans 15:16 – 2 aspects of our response to this program of God. Our response is faith – we accept God’s Word in faith. There are 2 aspects in our relation to holiness, the negative and the positive. Without the negative you cannot move into the positive. He looks at both in scripture. Negative – Rom. 6:12, 13, Col. 3:5 – we die and keep ourselves dead, II Tim. 2:21. Positive – Rom. 6:13, II Cor. 7:1, I John 3:2, 3. I Peter 1:22 tells us how you purify yourself. II Tim. 2:22 tells us you cannot keep wrong associations and live right. In closing Derek comes to a beautiful picture which is Jacob’s ladder - Gen. 28:12-13. He believes that ladder is a picture of God’s Word. II Pet. 1:4 – from earth to heaven it’s the Word of God. Each rung in the ladder is a promise and every time you put your foot in a rung you are climbing one rung higher - nearer to God’s nature, further from the corruption of earth. This is the works that make salvation real, not salvation by works. Derek closes with a few words about New Testament baptism as a burial followed by a resurrection.

71CFOPHMP3CD-4 - Derek Prince - HOW YOU MAY SANCTIFY YOURSELF (4 of 4) - Derek begins with an introduction of the day’s meeting schedules and briefly reviews the first 3 themes in this series on Holiness. We are sanctified continually by this New Testament laver – the Word of God, a laver of brass, a mirror in which we look, we judge our-selves and we are changed into the likeness of that which we behold. Then we work out by faith and in our daily living the truths that we have learned in the Word. In this final study Derek deals with how you may sanctify your-self. An obligation which God’s Word places upon you. Jesus was the first one to be sanctified. John 1-:36 see the statement made by the Lord Jesus Christ. There are 3 facts about Jesus each of which is a pattern for our personal relationship with God. 1. God chose Jesus 2. He sanctified Him – set Him apart 3. He sent Him to fulfill a certain task. John 17:19 – Jesus is the forerunner of sanctification. John 17:4 – pattern – Jesus glorified the Father; this is the end of sanctification. John 17:18 – the relationship between the Father and the Son is repeated in the relation-ship between Jesus and His disciples. Just as the Father sent the Son so the Son sent His disciples. A parallel relationship repeated in John 20:21, Heb. 2:11. Now we come to the second part – your response to God’s choice. These scriptures make it so clear that God’s choice initiated the whole process – John 15:16, Eph. 2:10. Romans 12:1-6 mentions 7 different possible gifts 1. Present your body a living sacrifice on God’s altar to Christ 2. Result is a change or renewal in your mind, your whole way of thinking will be changed 3. Prove what is the good and acceptable, perfect Will of God. (The Will of God is in 3 successive phases a. It’s good b. It’s acceptable c. It’s per-fect.) 4. God has given you precisely the measure of faith you need to do His Will 5. We discover we are members of Jesus Christ’s body-we find our specific place in the body 6. Fulfill your (job) function in the body 7. We begin to exercise the gifts needed to do that job. Now you have discovered God has a special plan for you. It’s exciting! Learn to exercise yourself as Paul – Acts 24:16 and his second statements of exercise in I Cor. 9:24-27. Christian-ity is based on personal relationships. Sanctification is a single hearted devotion to God and to our task. Derek closes this excellent series giving people an opportunity to respond to giving their body to God with recitation of prayer.


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