In Revelation 6, the Lamb opens the first six seals. Join us as we look at the four horsemen, martyrs under the altar, and signs in the heavens. Click here to watch.
John's attention is drawn to the 7-sealed book in the righthand of the One seated on the throne. What is that book? Who is able to open the book? Why was the answer: "The Lion of the Tribe of Judah," but the Lamb
with 7 eyes and 7 horns actually would be the One who could and would open the seals? Please join us here for the answer.
In Revelation 4, John is caught up into the very throne room of God. Before and around God’s throne he sees 24 elders, 7 lamps, and 4 living creatures. What do these symbolize? We invite you to join us HERE for the answers.
Each of the Seven Churches of Asia possessed a unique trait that, grouped together, portrayed a picture of the Church of Jesus Christ from Pentecost to Christ’s Return, but is there any application that can benefit our personal lives? Join us here and see.
There were more than seven churches in Asia when John was in exile on the Isle of Patmos. Why then were the particular cities chosen by the LORD to receive His letters? Join us to find out this answer. (Premiers October 21, 2020). Watch the video here.
Do you want the blessing of the LORD? Join us as we begin our study of the book of Revelation to see God's promise and plan for experiencing His blessing. (Premiere date October 14, 2020.) Watch the video here.
This session concludes our study on the Feast of Tabernacles and the Feasts of the Lord as a whole. We will be exploring the antitypical meaning of the Feast of Tabernacles and also give an overview of the overall connectedness of the seven Feasts. Other Scriptures that will be explored are: John 7; Isaiah 11 & 65:17-25.
Let us remember that:God has a plan, God has a purpose God has everything under control. Click here to watch.
This teaching is on Sukkot – The Feast of Tabernacles. Zechariah 14 foretells the second coming of the Lord and some events following his return. Why is the Feast of Tabernacles mentioned three times at the conclusion of Zechariah’s prophetic word? Join us and discover the answer. Click here for video teaching.
The New Testament is in the Old Testament contained. The Old Testament is in the New Testament explained. This is particularly true with the Day of Atonement. Last week, in part one of the Day of Atonement, we dealt with some difficult questions. One of the queries was, “Why was the detailed account of the Day of Atonement introduced with the death of Aaron’s sons Nadab and Abihu when they offered unauthorized fire before the Lord?” This week we ask, “How was Aaron to enter the Most Holy Place so that he might not die? Why did the writer of the book of Hebrews record, ‘Behind the second curtain was a room called the Most Holy Place, which had the golden altar of incense and the gold-covered Ark of the Covenant.’ (Heb. 9:3-4 NIV)? Was this a mistake or a clue to the antitypical meaning of the Day of Atonement?” If you desire the answers to these questions and much more concerning the truths behind this Most Holy Day tune in to this study. (Scriptures: Leviticus 16; Hebrews 8-10). Click here to watch.
The most holy day of the Jewish Feast days is the Day of Atonement. The detailed account of this Feast is found in Leviticus 16. It begins with a reference to the death of the two sons of Aaron (Leviticus 10). We know that , "All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God1 may be complete, equipped for every good work." (2Timothy 3:16-17 ESV). Therefore it is necessary for us to ask and answer some hard questions. Why were Nadab and Abihu killed? Were they not just being enthusiastic worshippers of God? Why does their death serve as an introduction to the Day of Atonement? Are there lessons for us to learn from their experience? Join us as we attempt to address these questions and others.Click here to watch this teaching. (Premieres August 18, 2020)