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George Warnock

George Warnock (1917 - 2016)

Read freely text sermons and articles by the speaker George Warnock in text and pdf format. Brother George Warnock was used of the Lord in the latter rain movement which he had influence in. He wrote some books which were corrections to imbalances in his day. His well known book was: "The Feast Of Tabernacles"

His heart has been to serve the body of Christ and see a last days manifestation of a pure Church that Jesus Christ will redeem as His bride. He tentmaked as a carpenter until well into retirement. He resided in Cranbrook, BC, Canada until his death. You can read a expanded biography of him on his family website.

SermonIndex Recommends these books by George Warnock:
Crowned With Oil by George Warnock
The Feast Of Tabernacles by George Warnock
Beauty for Ashes, Part 5: The Garden of God by George Warnock

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"Mind not High Things"
      We can understand how a man gifted with wisdom would write about great and lofty things; but God would show us that men of wisdom are concerned also about little things. It reminds us of Paul's admonition: "Mind not high things, but condescend to men of l ... read more

"Seed for the Sower"
      "That it may give seed to the sower, and bread to the eater..." saith the Lord. What about the seed for sowing? Now "bread-corn is bruised," the Bible says. Otherwise there can be no bread for the hungry. Now the seed for sowing is not crushed, because it ... read more

A Barley Loaf against the Midianites
      Consider the man Gideon. Israel had been oppressed by the Midianites for a long time. Any grain that they were able to grow was snatched away by the enemy as soon as it was harvested. God appeared to Gideon and gave him a charge to wage war against the en ... read more

A Crippled Army against the Canaanites
      Consider the second generation of Israel, after the Exodus. God would take a people, unskilled in the art of war, into a land that was inhabited with powerful enemies, and drive them out. But weak as Israel was, God would weaken the nation still further: ... read more

A Deliverer for Israel
      Consider Israel in their bondage. The same God who arranged the stage for the preservation of His people in Egypt in the time of famine, must now arrange the stage for their deliverance some four hundred years later. This time the purposes of God were wra ... read more

A Helpless Babe exposed to the wrath of Herod
      In the story of Christ we have the most beautiful example of all, as to the weakness and the foolishness of God. Incarnation in itself was an act whereby the Mighty God of Jacob became weak. But God would add a few finishing touches to make His "weakness" ... read more

A New King In Preparation
      Again, let us observe how wonderfully our God works to fulfill His purposes. Just as God had raised up the prophet Samuel in the house of Eli to take Eli’s place when His judgments were poured out on the priesthood, so now God would raise up David in th ... read more

A New Priesthood Arises
      When the priesthood of Eli had come to ashes, God brought forth a new priest by the name of Samuel, one who had ministered in the very presence of Eli and in subjection to him, In the bitterness of her soul God’s chosen Hannah had "asked for" Samuel, an ... read more

A Saviour for Egypt
      Consider the man Joseph. Destined of the Lord to preserve life in the earth in the day of famine. But God deliberately allows him to be sold as a captive into Egypt. His brothers make a deliberate attempt to frustrate the dreams that he had. When God spea ... read more

Aaron’s Rod That Budded
      A controversy had arisen in Israel over the authority of God’s priests. Korah, Dathan, and Abiram, along with certain others, rose up against Moses and Aaron and charged that they were exalting themselves above the others by keeping the priesthood to th ... read more

Abraham, a Foreigner in his own land
      As we begin to walk a little in God's Way, so do we begin to identify with the people of the Way in the Bible. Now we can understand Abraham a little more. He had entered into the land that God had given him. He had walked through the length of it and thr ... read more

An Ark of Gopher Wood for Noah
      God told Noah to prepare an ark for the saving of His house; and by this act he condemned the world and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith. God could have directed him and his family to proceed to some secret mountain peak, and sustained t ... read more

As the rain and as the snow
      What we are saying is that Truth begins to take on form and harmony and true meaning within us as we begin to walk in His Way, and not merely as we study the Bible. And as His ways begin to unfold we soon recognize that "as the heavens are higher than the ... read more

Bring them to Me!
      When, O when, Church of the living God, are we going to learn this lesson? That it is not in the raising of more money, and the enlarging of our churches, and the furtherance of our programs, that we are going to feed the multitudes. But it is in the five ... read more

Changed Into His Image
      "But we all, with open face beholding as in a glass the glory of the Lord, are changed into the same image from glory to glory, even as by the Spirit of the Lord" (2 Cor. 3:18). Paul tells us that because the veil has been removed from our face we now ... read more

David In His Rejection
      In the book of Psalms we have many that pertained to David in this period of his distress and rejection. Anointed as king of Israel, but hunted and hounded by an angry Saul, he finally fled to the cave of Adullam where he hoped to find a place of refuge. ... read more

Evening And Morning - Another Generation Cometh
      "One generation passeth away, and another generation cometh: but the earth abideth for ever." The casual observer sees nothing but history repeating itself. But the man of vision sees Truth being re-enacted in ever abounding fulness. The generations come ... read more

Evening And Morning - Come O South Wind
      "The wind goeth toward the south, and turneth about unto the north; it whirleth about continually, and the wind returneth again according to his circuits." The same old wind going through its various circuits! Yes, but not really so. It blows in one direc ... read more

Evening And Morning - Preface
      In this time of spiritual visitation God would remind His people over and over again that He is consistently seeking to draw them into direct, unhindered union with Himself, that through them He might reveal His glory unto the nations. Whenever forms of t ... read more

Evening And Morning - The Day Is At Hand
      Now let us go on to the next illustration of the circle of God's purpose. "The sun also ariseth, and the sun goeth down, and hasteth to his place where he arose." We are discovering that as in the old creation, so in the new creation, there are circles, o ... read more

Evening And Morning - The River Of God
      "All the rivers run into the sea; yet the sea is not full: unto the place from whence the rivers come, thither they return again." The sea does not overflow its boundaries, because God has ordained that from the sea the rivers shall again be replenished, ... read more

Evening And Morning - Unfolding Revelation
      To men of foresight and understanding it is quite evident that the Church of Jesus Christ is about to enter into a new phase of life and truth in this the most critical hour of her long history. It seems, of course, as far as the vast majority of the peop ... read more

Fadeless Glory!
      As the apostle Paul compares the old covenant with the new he arrives at this ultimate conclusion: the old covenant had no glory at all, "by reason of the glory that excelleth." The former covenant was ushered in with glory, but was doomed to pass away; w ... read more

Feed My Sheep - Bethesda, The House Of Mercy
      "Now there is at Jerusalem by the sheep market (or, sheepgate) a pool, which is called in the Hebrew tongue Bethesda, having five porches. In these lay a great multitude of impotent folk, of blind, halt, withered, waiting for the moving of the water..." ( ... read more

Feed My Sheep - Delegated Authority
      The True Shepherd Appears When Jesus came forth from the heart of God He was God's answer to the needs of the scattered sheep of God... the One that the prophets spoke about, who would come to gather together the scattered flocks of God's pasture, and ... read more

Feed My Sheep - New Wine In New Wineskins
      There are a lot of songs and a lot of teaching today about the new thing that God is doing... and the new wine that God is bringing forth to His people. But what about the new wineskins for the new wine? "And no man putteth new wine into old bottles (w ... read more

Feed My Sheep - Preface
      As the title of this booklet would suggest, it is an appeal especially to those who are called of God to minister to the "sheep of His pasture." But we would encourage the sheep to read it also, for they need to know the things that are written here. Besi ... read more

Feed My Sheep - The Authority Of The Son Of God
      The principle of delegated authority is not too difficult for us to comprehend as it relates to us in the realm of earthly governments. We send ambassadors to other countries, and they send ambassadors to our country. These ambassadors are delegated by th ... read more

Feed My Sheep - The Call Of The Shepherd
      "So when they had dined, Jesus saith to Simon Peter, Simon, son of Jonas, lovest thou me more than these? He saith unto him, Yea, Lord; thou knowest that I love thee. He saith unto him, Feed my lambs. He saith unto him again the second time, Simon, son of ... read more

Feed My Sheep - The Corporate Relationship
      God Is Building A Temple God is building a Temple in the earth, not made of hands, a Temple whose glory shall radiate throughout the whole earth. If ever there was a need for true God-given leadership in ministry, it is today. And if "the glory of this ... read more

Feed My Sheep - The Lamb-Shepherd
      "For the Lamb which is in the midst of the throne shall feed (shepherd) them, and shall lead them unto living fountains of waters: And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes" (Revelation 7:17). The Purpose Of Ministry The purpose of all minis ... read more

From Altar to Altar
      What we began to say was that it took this wandering through the land in a walk of obedience... it took periods of famine... it required the moving of his altar from one place to another... in order that Abraham might acquaint himself with God's ways. Fir ... read more

From Genesis To Revelation
      Genesis is the book of beginnings. Revelation is the book of the consummation. And in between we have God’s dealings with His people whereby He leads them forward toward this great fulfillment. He is the Alpha and He is the Omega. He changes not. But in ... read more

From Worm To Butterfly
      David said of himself, "I am a worm, and no man." Such we are by nature--helpless, foolish, earthbound, purposeless. We cannot change ourselves. But the Lord from Heaven came into our nature and our likeness in order that He might bring about a transforma ... read more

Give attendance to reading
      In identifying with the Truth we mentioned that it was a case of pursuing God's will, and seeking to walk in His ways. You do not really know the Truth until it becomes a part of your being. Honor the Word, the written Word. Read it much. But know of a ce ... read more

Give Us A King!
      God was in the process of judging the old order in preparation for the new. He had dealt with the priesthood. God always deals with the priesthood before He deals with the kingdom. What about the kingdom? Israel, as we have mentioned, had become like t ... read more

God’s Open Door To The Nations
      Songs that are given by the Spirit are always related to what God is doing in the earth at that particular time, or is about to do. And on the day that the ark of God was brought to Zion and placed in the Tent of David, Asaph and his brethren were given a ... read more

He spake of the cedar. and the hyssop
      God takes special note of the "hyssop" because He is so Great. He tells us that He "dwells in the high and holy place," and then He is quick to remind us, "I dwell also with him that is of a contrite and humble spirit," (Isaiah 57:15). The "house" that So ... read more

His Dealings
      God deals with His own in a very individual and specific way; and therefore we are not to criticize anyone who is doing God’s will in the realm of his personal walk with the Lord. But we can be assured of this, if we really mean to go on with the Lord, ... read more

Hyssop - and the Passover
      "And ye shall take a bunch of hyssop, and dip it in the blood that is in the basin, and strike the lintel and the two side posts with the blood that is in the basin..." (Exodus 12:22). We are all familiar with the story of the Passover, and particularl ... read more

Identifying with His Way
      As we begin to identify with God's Way, then it is that the Word of God and the Truth of God begin to take on reality to those who seek to know Him. True we identify with the Lord when we receive Him, and Christian "baptism" is a mark of that identificati ... read more

Incarnation - the humiliation of God
      Jesus comes on the scene, and immediately we are made to realize that here is One that is Great because of His humility. Here is One who can take note of the things that are meaningless to others; for He (like the hyssop) was but a "Root of a dry ground." ... read more

Is God Really Late?
      Yes, God is always late by man’s standards; but He is right on time according to His own plan and purpose. And this is what makes it all the more frustrating to those who embrace His Word and promise. If only He would delay the promise until the time dr ... read more

Jesus Crucified in Weakness
      "...but He liveth by the power of God." What a stench must have filled the atmosphere when the blood flowed freely from Jewish altars, and the flesh of bulls and goats was consumed on the Altar of Burnt Offering! But God said the offering on the Altar ... read more

Just a barley loaf!
      If God's people could only recognize that God can only multiply the very little we have when placed unreservedly in His hands! And that it is in the "breaking" of the loaf that the Word of God is multiplied, not in the printing of more Bibles! That it was ... read more

      Sometime in the middle of this century we read of a young Harvard scientist who had spent many hours making various experiments with the silkworm, in an attempt to discover the secret of metamorphosis. After some ten years of tedious experiments he discov ... read more

Mount of Transfiguration
      "Jesus... was transfigured before them" (Matt. 17:1-2). "And as he [Jesus] prayed, the fashion of his countenance was altered, and his raiment was white and glistering" (Lk. 9:29). This was on the Mount of Transfiguration. Again the word used is "me ... read more

My Soul Wait Thou Upon God!
      The soul that waits upon the Lord is not one that lacks vision. Rather he is one who is learning to see things as God sees them, and who desires to become involved with Him not only in His plan, but also in His Way; because they know His plan can only be ... read more

Purge me with hyssop
      (Psalm 51) "Have mercy upon me, O God, According to thy loving-kindness: According unto the multitude of thy tender mercies Blot out my transgressions. Wash me thoroughly from mine iniquity, And cleanse me from my sin." David was a man after God' ... read more

Setting our goals
      Being a finite people we would like to seek out for ourselves a way of life that is fulfilling, and which in the end will bring us into a sense of finality; because the finite mind cannot comprehend unceasing progression. We would like to come to that pla ... read more

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