Jesus traveled without having any permanent dwelling. “The foxes have dens, the birds have nests, but the Son of man knows not where to lay his head.” (Matt. 8:20) Followers of Jesus are described as Pilgrims and strangers, seeking the heavenly city. The Apostle Paul traveled to various cities to encourage the early Church.
It is time for us all to refresh our minds as to the promises of God’s Word for the better day about to dawn — that which has been “spoken by the mouth of all the holy prophets since the world began” — “the restitution of ALL things” and the recovery of life to ALL once lost by father Adam. (Acts 3:19-22) This is the REAL Good News! Imagine the Incredible Headlines of the Future!
Start time: Sunday, March 31, 2019, 9:00 am CDT (US Central Time) The Video Frame below will be updated shortly before the Session starts. Press the Play button to join. At Jesus’ birth, the angels proclaimed “Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men.” (Luke 2:14) Since Jesus’ victory […]
By saying just one word, “Mary,” our Lord brought about the comfort which Mary sought… We are entering a season leading to the time of Passover, a time to remember our Lord and the meaning of his death. Many Christians begin a study of Jesus life
At the beginning of the seventh day God rested from his work and left the dominion of earth in the control of Adam and his family. Since that time, mankind has NOT done a “very good” job of taking care of this planet and its inhabitants.
The world is in desperate need of repair, and within the plan of God there is to be a complete overhaul of earth’s corrupted society — its religion, governments and social arrangements. Along with this will come the mending of our planet’s ecosystem — the trees, the oceans, the air we breathe…
Prophetic passages in Scripture give a clear description of the beginning, prosperity and decline of The Antichrist. Other titles given in the New Testament of this ominous character are The Man of Sin, That Wicked One, Mystery of Iniquity, The Son of Perdition and The Beast. Our Lord refers to this same character as The Abomination of Desolation spoken of by Daniel the prophet.
Firestorms of trouble among the nations are ablaze throughout the world today causing great distress in the hearts of many. Fire, as used in Scripture, is a fitting symbol of anarchy. It is a most destructive force, and there is nothing more destructive to society than anarchy.
Newsletter – The Truth about Death and Resurrection “As by a man comes death, by a man also comes the resurrection of the dead; for as all in Adam die, even so shall all in Christ be made alive.” — 1 Corinthians 15:21-23 There is a longing hope within mankind that death does not end all […]
Newsletter: Forces of Evil Behind Acts of terror The past century was one of unprecedented evil: 20 million killed in Stalin’s purges, Hitler’s extermination of six million Jews, 1.7 million massacred in the killing fields by Pol Pot, and the millions of lives lost trying to defend or defeat these ruthless leaders. And the carnage escalated quickly into the 21st century as mankind witnessed the […]
Welcome to our Winter 2015 Newsletter! Newsletter: Scriptures Admonish Separation of Church & Government The fact that Pope Francis, as head of state, addressed the joint sessions of Congress on September 24, 2015 was an unprecedented event in U.S. history. Time Magazine, July 24, 2015 stated: “With a Catholic vice president, six Catholic Supreme Court justices, a Catholic Speaker of the […]