Jairus Bible World Ministries

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Jairus

The name comes from the root-verb אור (‘or), meaning to be light or to shine

About Jairus

Sean (Junjie) Song received the Lord in 2002. His wife Ruth received the Lord in 2003 and they got married in 2006. They were both born in China and came to the United States for graduate studies. They have been preaching the gospel to overseas Chinese students and scholars but in 2016 there was a turn in their spiritual lives. They both got baptized in the Holy Spirit and witnessed a miracle healing. Now they are ready to be witnesses for both the Word of God and the supernatural ministry of Jesus Christ. Sean has finished the Christian Healing Certification Program (CHCP, except Deliverance level 4) and Christian Prophetic Certification Program by Global Awakening. He is currently a Doctor of Ministry student at Randy Clark’s Scholars program at United Theological Seminary (UTS).  UTS is a joint program between UTS and Global Awakening. Sean also has a special burden for his home country China. His vision is to preach the gospel, heal the sick, cast out demons, and equip the saints and build up the body of Christ.

Bible Study with Jairus – Numbers 3

The Holy Spirit illuminated verses 44-46 to us in Numbers chapter 3. Let's look at those three verses.  3:44 (NIV) The Lord also said to Moses, 3:45 (NIV) "Take the Levites in place of all the firstborn of Israel, and the livestock of the Levites in...

Bible Study with Jairus – Numbers 2

Numbers 2 records Jehovah’s arrangement of the encampment of the 12 tribes of Israel around the tent of meeting in the following order: Judah takes the lead in the east, next to Judah is the tribe of Issachar and Zebulun.  To the south is the tribe of Reuben; next to...

Bible Study with Jairus – Numbers 1

Bible Study with Jairus- Numbers 1The first chapter of the book of Numbers seems to be very boring and difficult to read because it is the list of names of the different tribes of Israel and the number of Israelites they counted. But behind these boring numbers, there...

Bible Study with Jairus – Acts 24

Acts 24 tells the story of a Jewish high priest, elders, and a lawyer named Tertullus accusing Paul when he was brought to Governor Felix to make his defense.   The verse that we are discussing this time is: 24:15 and I have the same hope in God as these men...

Bible Study with Jairus – Acts 23

Let's look at a rough outline of Acts 23.  Paul was imprisoned but uses his identity as a Pharisee to his advantage to defend himself and cause division amongst the Sadducees and Pharisees. The Lord Jesus appeared to Paul later that night assuring him that He would be...

Bible Study with Jairus – Leviticus 21

But the Gospel of John in the New Testament tells us that God loves the world. John, the apostle, also tells us in his epistles that God is love. So, how do we reconcile this contradiction?

Bible Study with Jairus – Acts 16

At this time, the flow of the writing of the Bible had suddenly changed, and it began to describe how the Holy Spirit did not allow them to preach in Asia. They had no choice but to go through the region of Phrygia and Galatia.

Bible Study with Jairus – Leviticus 20

What is sanctification or self-cleaning? Understanding this contains a very important spiritual and practical significance for Christians today who are living in an era of controversial issues such as homosexuality and abortion. If we understand this concept, it will greatly influence our understanding and application of God’s law.

Bible Study with Jairus – Leviticus 19

Based on the principle described in Leviticus 19, let’s take a look. Jesus is a Jew. The Jews should not have dealings with the Samaritans. Jesus is also a man, and a man should not talk with a Samaritan woman, but He had done this. When He did this, not only did his disciples express surprise, but even the Samaritan woman was shocked.

Bible Study with Jairus – Leviticus 18

I realized a few things after reading the Old Testament. If you don’t get anything spiritually beneficial from what you’ve read, then you might not understand what it’s saying. There are a lot of chapters in the Bible that you may think are very simple, but often these are the easiest ones for Christians to ignore.

“Whoever is generous to the poor lends to the lord, and he will repay him for his deed.”

Proverbs 19:17

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