Melissa Scott Wescott Christian Center

September 13, 2010

The Word by Pastor Melisssa Scott

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And at some point you have to decide what’s worth-ship you’ve been taught – the contraction of the value – worth-ship: what you have received, what it’s worth to you. And not because I’m crying some tears in the screen and I’m telling you we have to feed starving children in some foreign country. Maybe we do that behind the scenes. It’s none of your business. You give for the worth of the teaching. You give because you love God and God loves a hilarious giver. Period.

Now, Turn to Mathew 13:33. We’re going to go back to Revelation. I want to show you this very quickly. “Another parable spake he unto them; The kingdom of heaven is like unto leaven.” Now I need to say this. I know a lot people are going to say ‘Whoa, don’t even go there.’ This forth little section of a whole series woven in here is like the fourth church. The fourth church: Thyatira. Read this “The kingdom of heaven is like unto leaven, which a woman took, and hid in three measures of meal, till the whole was leavened.”

PastorĀ  Melissa Scott tells us that the meal being represented as Jesus, Bread of Life, Manna from Heaven, the Logos, the Word. Leaven is always – I don’t care where you look – ninety-nine per cent of the time it’s going to be evil or corruption. A lot of people hate this because it’s right there and what does it mean for me and what does it mean for you? It means that this woman, again another type of the church, she took the Word and she mixed in corruption until the whole thing was corrupt.

Huh? Now if you have a problem with me saying “the kingdom of heaven is like unto leaven” then you’ll have a problem with verse 24 when it says “The kingdom of heaven is likened unto a man.” Same thing. We’re not talking about specifics. I know some people will say ‘Well it has to mean something else.’ It means exactly what it says. So when we take the type of corruption that is being put into the church in this time, in these Dark Ages. Go back with me now to Revelation.

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