Thursday, June 17, 2010

Opus 17: What I did wrong.

Opus 17: What I did wrong.

1--We did not sit around a table.
2--We should SUM UP all our answers to questions in a couple of minutes. We should not answer each question. This is training for writing our own symphony at the end.
3--We should remember that we are learning to speak. Truly speak. A true speaking moves someone, and possibly, Lord willing, all of history, into a new era. The new era is from priest era to king era, then to prophet era, then to Jesus era.
4--I should have had the form completely set out for everyone, so that all that would need to be done would be to fill in the blanks.
5--I MUST shepherd everyone, help them will their questions and answers OUTSIDE the meetings. The key writing is IN ADDITION to the short 2 minutes or so answers. For instance, were one a pastor, many things would come up when meeting individually with each person or persons.
6--Having 1 4-week Symphony with short questions and answers, would make something that could be better understood on YouTube.
7--I'm calling it 'The Symphony of Peace' also. People like to play 'peace'. But we need TSOHistory, since it is a chiasm when put with HOSTcalendar.
8--We would start the one-to-ones around August 15 this year (CORAM), meet the weeks (shebas) of the 22nd and 29th, take a break in the middle for The Battle Of The Mountain Of Festival Assembly, and finish up the weeks of Sept 12th and 19th.
9--Here is Chuck 'conducting history' by holiday from Opus 17. (@ 2 minutes in, history conducted)

CONCLUSION. Should have sat around table, had short summaries to prepare for symphony composed at end, and should have done more one-to-ones. MOST IMPORTANT: Get the form made so all that needs to be done is to fill in the blanks.

Love in King Jesus,

PS: Concentrating on getting the calendar better explained this year, and taking things as they come in the calendar way. I'm lacking in getting stuff done, but it is a mustard seed for the next era.

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