“A Place For Worship”
Where the word is life
Revelations chapter four begins with the sound of a trumpet then a door in heaven being opened. Join us as we walk through this open door and view the prophetic days of the coronation service of our Messiah, and King. We then unveil the prophecies which follow in the remaining chapters. In these chapters we are given the perils that unfold on earth for the final seven years just prior to the second coming of Christ.
In this lesson we identify a nation referred to as Babylon the Great. This nation is prophesied in the Old Testament as well as its destruction in one hour in the book of Revelation. Interesting that this nations description matches a country that all are very familiar with. Join us for a very provocative 45 minute lecture.
A SERMON ON HOW TO ENCOURAGE ONES SELF
With the Bible being the rule book for earth by which the game of light and darkness must obeyed we find an interesting rule. GOD who is love cannot intervene in a life under duress unless an individual expresses faith for him to do so. This being said, we confront the issue of why people in constant despair seem to never find comfort from GOD.
And it was at Jerusalem the feast of the dedication, and it was winter. and Jesus walked in the temple in Solomon’s porch.
One hundred sixty-five years before the birth of Christ a miracle occurred in Jerusalem at the temple of GOD. This miracle has now been celebrated in the month of Kislev starting on the 25th day and celebrated for eight days for 21 centuries. It is called the feast of Hanukkah “which means dedication”. Hanukkah is not listed in the seven feast of the LORD in the book of Leviticus as it took place about 1335 years after the Torah was written. It is our opinion that GOD desires us to have knowledge of what took place that created this yearly eight day celebration of GOD’s people or he would not have referenced it with CHRIST in the New Testament. Join us as you learn of the restoration of worship, service, and rededication of GOD’s temple and people after being desecrated by the Syrian-Greek Emperor Antiochus. Here you will learn of the great courage of a family of priest called the Maccabees.