All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the servant of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work. 2 Timothy 3:16-17
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God’s 7,000 year plan is a well known Biblical theory. Why did God take 6 days to create the world when He could have just snapped His fingers and poof, there it was? Why did God not create in 1 day? but He chose to create in 6 days and rested the 7th day? This video investigates the evidence that God is operating to a 7,000 year plan and this is revealed throughout the Bible. A well produced video summary on this 7,000 year theory!
For generations, we have been taught we had to believe the story of the Exodus on faith alone. We were taught that Mount Sinai was located in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, but there was barely any evidence found there to make the story of Moses and the Exodus believable. A new theory has emerged in recent decades that the real Mount Sinai is actually in Saudi Arabia, along with other stunning evidences. Must Watch!
Pastor Derek Walker takes us through the Olivet Discourse (Matthew 24, Luke 21), which is Jesus' great prophecy of the end-times, answering 3 Questions (Matthew 24:3): (1) What is the Sign of the Temple's destruction (Luke 21:7, 20-24)?, (2) what are the Signs of His 2nd Coming? (Matthew 24:4-31), and (3) the Signs of the End of the Age or Tribulation (Matthew 24:32-44).
Pastor Bud Stonebraker of the South Shore Christian Fellowship takes us on a tour through the Bible. He describes the theme of each book in the bible and how the books relate to one another. He expounds on how the entire Bible points to Jesus by recapping the thematic views of Jesus as given in each of the 66 books.
Yom Kippur, also known as the Day of Atonement, is the holiest day of the year and is regarded as the "Sabbath of Sabbaths". The focus of this day is atonement and repentance, and it's observed with prayer, fasting, and giving charity to those in need. Yom Kippur takes place on the tenth day of the seventh month in the Hebrew calendar. Yom Kippur is the only day in which the High Priest was allowed to enter the Most Holy Place in the Temple. It's a day of intercession in which the High Priest makes atonement for the people. Should Christians keep Yom Kippur? Most Christians seem to think that Jesus put an end to the Feasts and that the Biblical Feasts are only for the Jews, but listen to what the Bible has to say about it.
Dr Chuck Missler takes us through a commentary on the book of Hosea.