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It's Not The End of The World - Part IX; The First Century Preppers

We have been examining the scriptures to see what God truly said about the time of the coming of the Lord.  The Acts of the Apostles records events broadcasting the good news (gospel) of Jesus Christ beginning with the day of Pentecost where the Holy Spirit comes upon the disciples, and Peter declares that “ 2,438 more words

A.D. 70

Independence

     Independence is something that most Americans desire.  We want to be our own boss.  We do not like being told what to do.  We want to be the ones in charge of our life and our decisions.  360 more words

Salvation

Sell all that thou hast, and give to the poor

Jesus told the rich young ruler: “If thou wilt be perfect, go and sell that thou hast, and give to the poor, and thou shalt have treasure in heaven: and come and follow me” (Matthew 19:21). 684 more words

Faith And Life

The Market in My Heart -- John 2:13-22 -- March 8 2015

To look at the picture of Jesus over the baptismal font near the door of the church building, we see a friendly loving and accepting figure of Christ to those who come to him with faith like little children.   978 more words

Sermons

First Foray into the Old City

FULL day!!  I was not sure how much we could get done today because we only had my friend Hanoch, our tour guide, scheduled for the afternoon, but the four hours we spent in the… 695 more words

Israel

Nepal Earthquakes - A Sign Of The End?

Just a few weeks ago Nepal was hit with a massive 7.8 magnitude earthquake. It devastated the nation, causing enormous damage, injuring more than 18,000 and killing more than 8,000. 634 more words

Judgment Day

The Son of Emperor Vespasian Was Prince Titus

In 70 A.D., God executed judgment upon Jerusalem just as Jesus had forewarned 40 years earlier with the statement about the destruction of the temple, “and there shall not be left one stone upon another.”(Mat 24:2) In 66 A.D., the Roman armies had surrounded the city and then mysteriously pulled back. 357 more words

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