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Doug Riggs, Pastor, Morning Star Testimony Church
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Doug & Lori Riggs
DougRiggs.org primarily offers audio messages along with spiritual ministry and resources for Biblical counseling at no cost or obligation to our website visitors. Originally posted on TheByteShow website, Douglas Riggs, Pastor of Morning Star Testimony Church, has been interviewed on subjects now available here on our ByteShow Files page.

We are in the process of converting some of these audio messages into YouTube video productions now found on our Teaching Page. These addresses are illustrated and documented with applicable scriptures and supportive graphics which help focus on and clarify these most essential and relevant biblically sound teachings.

The central purpose of this website is to equip the Body of Christ in these last days through the presentation of God's Word. Our central focus is the Person and work of our Lord Jesus Christ and God's eternal purpose which is the Mystery of Christ which is His Body (Rom. 16:25-27; 1 Cor. 12:12-13; Eph. 1:9-11; 3:1-11; Col. 1:25-27). This great Mystery (or sacred secret) is vast and comprehends the unveiling and implementation of God's eternal purpose in this dispensation. This involves God bringing into being through the new-birth the One New Man (Eph. 2:15) which collectively or corporately is God's new creation (2 Cor. 5:17; Gal. 3:26-28; Eph. 4:22-24; Col. 3:10-11; etc.).

Through these audio files it has been our purpose to help believers attain the goal of Ephesians 4:13, 15-16; Galatians 4:19 and Revelation 19:7. Furthermore, we desire to help believers understand that we are living in the GENERATION of the imminent return of Christ for His Church.

To understand the context and spiritual background for the ministry to which God has called Morning Star Testimony Church, I recommend that those who may be interested read Explanation of the Nature and History of "This Ministry" by T. Austin-Sparks. Although our history has a distinct nuance because of our ministry with SRA/DID survivors, the spiritual framework presented by Mr. Sparks closely parallels our spiritual history as well.

Not all the interviews are with Pastor Doug Riggs. Others include Dan Webb, Doug Woodward, Amanda Buys, Chuck Missler, Todd Nettleton from Voice of the Martyrs, Doug Hamp, Dr. Preston Bailey, Nephilim mothers, Stan Deyo and L.A. Marzulli.
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God's End-Time Work - Everything Essentially Spiritual

What is the service of God at an end-time? The particular work of God at an end-time is, to begin with, the constituting of a new and spiritually inclusive dispensation, a new age of an essentially and wholly spiritual kind. In Heb. 12:27 we have, "And this word, Yet once more, signifieth the removing of those things that are shaken, as of things that have been made, that those things which are not shaken may remain." That word "removing" really means the transferring or the transposing on to another and different basis. The fact that that comes at the end of the letter to the Hebrews is significant, for that letter is just full of that earthly system of Judaism with all its forms, its ritual, its make-up and constitution. All that is earthly, even in relation to God, is going to be removed, and everything is going to be transferred to another basis a spiritual, a heavenly basis; and when things begin to happen on the ground of an end-time, that is the character of what is taking place.

The earthly is now going to be forced to give way to the heavenly, the temporal to the spiritual, the outward to the inward. Then it will be proved just how much we have that can be transferred, for there are many things that are not going to be transferred. "Flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingdom of God" (1 Cor. 15:50). That signifies and implies that there is a whole order of creation which is not going to constitute that eternal order; it is to pass away. Everything is going to be transferred to another basis, and this kind of thing intensifies at an end-time.

What God will see to, by sheer force of conditions, is that anything that is only temporal will go and that which is spiritual alone will remain. There must therefore be intensifying processes to bring out the spiritual. Is not that where we are? The Lord seems to be concentrating upon bringing out spiritual values, making spiritual men and women, and if I am not mistaken, we are going to see, and are already seeing, the removal of so much, the external things, upon which Christians have been relying as though these things constituted their Christian life. We are going to be forced back to the place where the one question that faces us is, After all, what have I got of the Lord Himself? Not, What can I do, where can I go? but, What have I got? Now is the test. What have I got in my hands?

The Work of God at the End-Time
by T. Austin-Sparks

"Your word 
is a lamp 
for my feet, 
a light on 
my path." 

-Psalm 119:105 
Lord, Keep My Heart

Howard Higashi
Matthew 28:18 All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth...

"As the first Adam fell and forfeited his dominion, so Jesus, the last Adam, overcame by choosing the Father's will even to that costliest extreme of Calvary, by which He became not only the Redeemer of Adam's fallen race, but the leader of a new humanity; the tried, tested, proven, all-worthy Executor of the Divine will, and the resurrection-attested Administrator of the Divine purposes." J. Sidlow Baxter
There's a Man in the glory whose life is for me
Called According to His Purpose (Romans 8:28)
​    The chosen vessel becomes the instrument of a Divine wisdom which surprises the vessel itself. Sooner or later that chosen vessel is full of one question: "Why did God choose me? Why did He call me to this work? He ought to have chosen anyone but me! I am the most unsuited for this kind of life and this kind of work." That was true of Moses. When God would send him to Egypt, he said: "Oh, if you can send by anybody, do so, but not by me." When God chose Jeremiah, the latter said: "I cannot speak: for I am a child" (Jeremiah 1:6). A prophet, whose one business it was to speak, felt that it was the one thing he could not do. Divine choice is a very extraordinary thing, and it is not always the thing that we would like or would choose that God calls us to. When we are young we have perhaps a great idea of being in the Lord's work, and we leap to it very eagerly as though we can do it, but when we get older we feel more acutely our dependence. It is then that we discover that naturally we are not fit for it, and many of God's chosen vessels have had to be kept in the work by the very power of God itself.
    You see, it is God's own sovereignty in His choice, and the point is this: it is not the vessel, but the purpose for which the vessel has been chosen. What is it that unites us as Christians? Now listen to this: it is not salvation, nor redemption, but it is God's power in salvation and redemption that unites us. It is the common consciousness of all believers that they exist for a purpose and that God has saved them with a great purpose in view. This is a very important thing to remember. We may all be saved, and yet we may all be divided. We may all be redeemed by the precious Blood of Jesus and yet remain just individual units. But see what a uniting power there is in everybody feeling that they are called to a purpose! They are united by one common vision.
 by T. Austin-Sparks: Into The Mind of God - Chapter 2