Dive DEEP with NissBliss 7/7/7 and her Teaching on Greek Translation Bible Study-

Be brave! Try something new! Change your life! Just sit, play some peaceful music (no lyrics) & just listen to what the spirit of God wants to reveal to you... Keep a journal by your side and write what you see/hear/feel/smell/sense. Make this a daily exercise and watch how easy it is to hear God. Your world will shift and you will come to a deeper revelation of who God is and how the power of Holy Spirit can change your thinking!

1) Kainos & Metanoia: What do these words mean for you TODAY, in this SEASON of CHANGE…???

Be brave! Try something new!

Change your life!

Paul reminds us in Romans 12:2-
“Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is–his good, pleasing and perfect will.”

Find a comfy place that suits you, sit, play

some peaceful music (no lyrics) and RELAX…

BREATH…. SOAK… Let God HEAL you…

Begin listening to the Frequency of

Transformation God wants

to reveal to

YOU, personally…

"If words contain life, this essay is a precious River overflowing! Take your time, read and re-read, until you can feel these truths enlighten, enliven and inflame the deep places of your heart and mind."    -Paul Young, author The Shack, Cross Roads, Eve and Lies We Believe About God

…Just listen to what the spirit of God wants to reveal to you… Keep a journal by your side and write what you see/hear/feel/smell/sense.

Make this a daily exercise and watch how easy it is to hear God.

Your world will shift and you will come to a deeper revelation of who God is and how the power of Holy Spirit can change your thinking!

Niss Bliss Meditation #1: KAINOS (new) & METANOIA (a renewal of the mind)

Meditation #2: Aions & Apokatastasis

Kainos 777 GREEK Teaching #2 Aions &. Apokatastasis

Niss Bliss 777

GREEK Teaching #2 Aions &. Apokatastasis– Restoration of ALL things (Acts 3:21 Heaven must receive him until the time comes for God to restore everything, as he promised long ago through his holy prophets. The Greek word aion is a very significant word for our understanding of God’s Plan of the Ages for the salvation of all. In the Greek Manuscripts of the New Testament aion occurs 128 times. Aion (eon in English) is a time-related word. It is translated in the Bible in the following two ways, as confirmed by both Strong’s Concordance and Thayer’s Greek Lexicon. A period of time that never ends, meaning forever, everlasting or eternal OR A period of time that begins and ends, meaning an age or age-lasting. Also includes a meditation sources: thenewmystics.com and https://www.mirrorword.net/

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Meditation #3: Engaging in Heavenly Realms

Meditation #3: Engaging in Heavenly Realms

After listening to the reading of “Scrolls, Courts & the Seven Spirits of God” by Lindi Masters, ENGAGE in heavenly realms by choosing ONE passage and then begin listening to God, while in meditation…visualize Jesus and engage with him.

He will direct you on where to go.

“Trust your first impressions” -Chris Carter.

Read from one of the following passages-

  • Isaiah 11:1-2
  • Revelation 1:4
  • Zechariah 3:1-7
  • Psalm 139: 16

NOW—

Just sit, listen to some peaceful music (no lyrics) & just listen to what the spirit of God wants to reveal to you… Keep a journal by your side and write what you see/hear/feel/smell/sense. Make this a daily exercise.

For more on Chris Carter… https://www.discovertheheavens.org/ For more on Seven Spirits of God according to Wikipedia scroll down… Seven Spirits of God The Book of Revelation 1:1–4 (with the reference to the Seven Spirits) from the Bamberg Apocalypse, 11th century. In the Christian Bible, the term Seven Spirits of God appears four times in the Book of Revelation.[1][2] The meaning of this term has been interpreted in multiple ways.[3] Biblical references The seven Spirits of God (Greek: τα επτα πνευματα του θεου, ta hepta pneumata tou theou) are mentioned four times in the Book of Revelation, and in the Book of Isaiah it names each Spirit.[1][2] Revelation 1:4: John to the seven churches which are in Asia: Grace be unto you, and peace, from him which is, and which was, and which is to come; and from the seven Spirits which are before his throne; Revelation 3:1: And unto the angel of the church in Sardis write; These things saith he that hath the seven Spirits of God, and the seven stars; I know thy works, that thou hast a name that thou livest, and art dead. Revelation 4:5: And out of the throne proceeded lightnings and thunderings and voices: and there were seven lamps of fire burning before the throne, which are the seven Spirits of God. Revelation 5:6: And I beheld, and, lo, in the midst of the throne and of the four beasts, and in the midst of the elders, stood a Lamb as it had been slain, having seven horns and seven eyes, which are the seven Spirits of God sent forth into all the earth. Interpretations The sevenfold ministry of the Spirit[edit] In one interpretation, the “Seven Spirits” represent the sevenfold ministry of the Spirit as depicted in the Book of Isaiah. As it is written: “The Spirit of the LORD shall rest upon him, the Spirit of wisdom and understanding, the Spirit of counsel and might, the Spirit of knowledge and of the fear of the LORD, and He will delight in the fear of the Lord.” Isaiah 11:2–3 (NASB). Including the Spirit of the Lord, and the Spirits of wisdom, of understanding, of counsel, of might, of knowledge and of fear of the LORD, here are represented the seven Spirits, which are before the throne of God.[4] The reference to the lamb in Revelation 5:6 relates it to the Seven Spirits which first appear in Revelation 1:4 and are associated with Jesus who holds them along with seven stars.[5] An alternative view is that the seven graces (“charisma”) of Romans 12:6–8 reflect the seven spirits of God. The Holy Spirit manifests in humankind through these graces, reflecting the seven spirits of God. The seven graces are: 1. insight (prophecy); 2. helpfulness (service or ministry); 3. instruction (teaching); 4. encouragement; 5. generosity (giving); 6. guidance (leadership); and 7. compassion. This agrees with Isaiah 11:2–3 if “the Spirit of the Lord” is recognized as categorical and “the delight in the fear of the Lord” is added. In the New Testament, the Greek term “Dynamis” (translated by some as “Virtues”) suggests a class of exalted spiritual beings; perhaps parallel to the “chief Princes” (Sar rishown) in the Old Testament, of which the Archangel Michael is stated to be one (Daniel 10:13).[6] “Dynamis” is used by the Apostle Paul to refer to spiritual beings in Romans 8:38; Ephesians 1:21, 3:10, 6:12; and Colossians 1:16, 2:10, 2:15. “Powers and principalities” can apply to both angelic and devilish beings, but more often in the New Testament to devilish beings. However, most modern Protestant translators take “Dynamis” to mean “strength”, “power”, or “ability”, whereas the ancient and modern Catholic conception of activity or power was often understood as “virtues”. (Wikipedia)

For each of the 7 words, we will discuss 7 similar words so there is a clear point of reference for each pair. For example: Kainos (meaning NEW) and Metanoia (meaning CHANGE) go well together because when you become NEW, you have CHANGED your mind about something. This is what Jesus meant about “Repentance.” The point of reference for both KAINOS and METANOIA would be about a shift from an OLD way of thinking (“As in Adam all have died, as in Christ, all will be made alive”1 Cor.15:22) to a NEW perspective… hence, “Those who are IN CHRIST are a NEW creation!”2 Cor.5:17)

  1. Kainos = New Creation / new perspective (2 Cor5:17) & Metanoia= Repent (renewing our mind from BAD theology as Paul warned in 1 Tim. 4:2) 

Heaven must receive him until the time comes for God to restore everything, as he promised long ago through his holy prophets. The Greek word aion is a very significant word for our understanding of God’s Plan of the Ages for the salvation of all.

In the Greek Manuscripts of the New Testament aion occurs 128 times. Aion (eon in English) is a time-related word. It is translated in the Bible in the following two ways, as confirmed by both Strong’s Concordance and Thayer’s Greek Lexicon.

  • A period of time that never ends, meaning forever, everlasting or eternal

OR. A period of time that begins and ends, meaning an age or age-lasting

 3) Logos = Word of God / divine reason / creative order This LOGOS shows us who Christ is and how he reveals himself and works WITHIN us.  The word for “Presence” of God is “Parousia” in the GREEK.  It also negates the “rapture theory” (escapism) Bonus:

John Crowder states: Over the years, Charismatic and Pentecostal circles have developed a rather standardized way of defining the “Word of God.” A vast majority break it down into two ways in which God speaks, based on two different Greek words. They call the Bible the “Logos” (the written word), and they call personal prophetic inspiration the “Rhema” (God’s individual inspiration by which he communicates to our hearts). Katastasy- ecstasy of Gods Love 

 4) Kenosis= Self Emptying of one’s will to align with god’s will. This goes with the loving AGAPE kind of love that Jesus speaks about in book of John. 

  5) Koinonia (Community / communion / joint participation / fellowship / unity)& The Ekklesia– the assembly of the church / use to relate to government and education (we are heading that direction once again, but this time it will be a global shift in consciousness.  We are all one with Christ and in him we live and move and have our being (Paul said to the church of Pagans when introducing them to The Lord).

6) Hamartía = Sin / to miss the mark which goes along with the work of Christ crucified and our salvation when he states in John 19:30 Teleios– “It is Finished” 

7) Diakonia– Service work / teacher (ACT 6:4) Provider (2 Cor 9:12) and this goes with Kerygma– Preaching (Luke 4:18-19, Roman 10:14, Matt 3:1). Proclaim God’s word! 

For each of the 7 words, we will discuss 7 similar words so there is a clear point of reference for each pair. For example: Kainos (meaning NEW) and Metanoia (meaning CHANGE) go well together because when you become NEW, you have CHANGED your mind about something. This is what Jesus meant about “Repentance.” The point of reference for both KAINOS and METANOIA would be about a shift from an OLD way of thinking (“As in Adam all have died, as in Christ, all will be made alive”1 Cor.15:22) to a NEW perspective… hence, “Those who are IN CHRIST are a NEW creation!”2 Cor.5:17)

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