Together we examined some of the names and titles of Jesus found in the scriptures such as Emmanuel, Christ, Messiah, The Lamb of God, The Son of Man, The Prince of Peace, and others. And in those various names, we noted the illustrations and explanations of the deeper meaning of Jesus’ life, work, and doctrine. Apologies, video presentation […]
Together we will examine the harmony of the scriptures on this subject and the confusion arising from alternate interpretations for the 1260 “days” in popular but error-filled Christian writings in the bookstores. The end of the 1290 “days” were a time for the growth of Bible Societies spreading the Gospel throughout the earth. It was a time of “cleansing” from many of the “Dark Age” errors that kept the Christians in bondage. Even more wonderful is what follows the end of the 1335 “days.” Then the Lord promises both that those who love Him will be specially “blessed” and that he will “shake” all nations that the “desire of all nations” might come (Haggai 2:7). Wiley Satan and his many allies will not let Christ take control without a struggle.
This special Sunday morning service featured a prophecy-oriented topic about the “days” in the books of Daniel and Revelation. It offered a different perspective on the subject of the rapture, compared to that depicted in the “Left Behind” series. We hope you will enjoy this very interesting topic considered in light of Scripture. Please find a link to the recording […]
When we experience great disasters or suffering, the natural question that is often asked is, “If God really does exist and if He has the power to prevent these evil things from happening, why doesn’t He step in?” For example, why didn’t he prevent that devastating tsunami in Japan? Where was He when all those […]
There was once a little girl who was lying on the floor coloring on a large drawing pad when her father came into the room. He stopped and asked her what she was drawing. She said, “I’m drawing a picture of God.” Her father smiled and said, “But no one knows what God looks like.” […]
The question “If not, why not?” challenges us to reflect on why we don’t do some things in our lives. This post asks us to consider if we are living our lives for Christ Jesus like three New Testament characters, Stephen, Philip and Barnabas, did. Each served the Lord Jesus in a different way — but to the best of their ability.
Are we? If not, why not?
What would you want a minister or a pastor to say if you were allowed to attend the funeral of the Lord Jesus? What would you say if you had the privilege to perform the service for Him? How do you condense all of the teachings, and miracles He performed during His three and a half year ministry into a funeral service? Which of His teachings or miracles were the most important that they should be recalled to mind? This memorial service for our Lord Jesus tries to answer those questions.