“A Place For Worship”
Where the word is life
In this lesson we will examine the Hebrew Alef-Beth (Alphabet) used to make up the Hebrew language. Each letter expresses a pictograph or symbolic concept. Each letter is represented with a numerical value. In the original manuscript of the Bible you will see a letter occasionally written in a different font size. You will also see different structures or writing. Columns, brick, a letter added and letter left out These all speak of a mystery to be search out.
Proverbs 25:2 “It is the glory of God to conceal things but the glory of kings is to search things out.
As we search for America in Bible Prophecy we must start in Genesis chapter 10.
These are the sons of Shem, after their families, after their tongues, in their lands, after their nations.
These are the families of the sons of Noah, after their generations, in their nations: and by these were the nations divided in the earth after the flood.
We will begin to trace an unnamed nation prophesied to, yet not identified. This unnamed, unidentified nation is the focus of the closing chapters of Revelations. Stay with us as we exhaust the scriptures understanding who this great nation GOD would bless, but not reveal her name. The nation of Israel has been named ever since Jacob wrestled with a theophany of GOD. In the next 19 lessons we will lay out a plan for the fulfillment of prophecy and possibly where America fits into that prophecy.
Wow, Pastors lap top would not turn on as he prepared to teach our advanced class. After a few minutes of all the computer geeks in the room trying to bring the laptop to life it was apparent there would be no prepared lesson today. Pastor Kearse takes us on a no holds barred walk from Genesis to Revelation. With Pastor having no notes, we sat and listened as 32 years of study began pouring forth from the teacher. Too many subjects to mention in this 45 minutes of nonstop revelatory teaching.
Matthew 24:32 “Now learn a parable of the fig tree; When his branch is yet tender, and putteth forth leaves, ye know that summer is nigh:”
When ask by his disciples what would be the sign of the end of the world (age), Jesus expounds and then ends his answer with the Parable of the Fig Tree. In this lesson we will cover the importance of Israel’s rebirth in 1948. The world is still unaware concerning the prophetic magnitude of the rebirth of Israel as a nation after 2000 years of being dispersed. Proceeding the parable Christ speaks 28 verses listing other road signs pointing to the season of Messiah’s return. We are told by Jesus: “Not a generation shall pass when you see all these things”. This lesson is designed to bring a greater clarity to this statement. How long is a generation? Listen and learn what we believe may be an answer!