Scripture Reading:  Gen. 12:7; 15:7-21; Gal. 3:14; Col. 1:12; 2:6-7

I.  For the fulfillment of God’s purpose two things are
required—the seed and the land; both the seed and the
land typify Christ, who is the centrality and universality
of God’s economy—Gen. 12:7; Col. 1:18; 3:10-11.

II. The Lord spoke to Abraham repeatedly concerning the
land, saying, “Now lift up your eyes, and look from the
place where you are, northward and southward and
eastward and westward; for all the land that you see I
will give to you and to your seed forever…Rise up; walk
through the land according to its length and its breadth,
for I will give it to you”—Gen. 13:14-15, 17; cf. 12:7; 15:7:

III.  As typified by the good land, the land of Canaan, Christ
is “the allotted portion of the saints”—1:12:
map (Rom. 4:11-12; Gal. 3:6-9; Heb. 11:9; Gen. 12:7-8; 13:3-4, 18):

IV. As typified by the good land, the land of Canaan, Christ
is “the allotted portion of the saints”—1:12:

V.  The land is Christ as the all-inclusive Spirit, and it is also
the church, the Body of Christ, as the enlargement, the
expansion, of Christ—1 Cor. 12:12-13:

VI. In Genesis 15:7-21 God made a covenant with Abraham
concerning the land:

Extract from Witness Lee (2013). The Holy Word for Morning Revival: CRYSTALLIZATION-STUDY OF GENESIS 2. Week sixteen. Living Stream Ministry : Anaheim, USA.