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  • Temple Abomination? Series

    Contributed by Paul Clemente on Oct 2, 2017
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    Will a Temple be rebuilt in Jerusalem and when?

    Before reading our text this morning, It is helpful for us to quickly visit God’s Prophecies through Daniel. Open your Bibles to Daniel 9 and read along with me verses 20-27…. The “seven” noted by God in Daniel is actually 7 years! And so… Daniel 9:24 – Seventy “sevens” (490 Hebrew Calendar ...read more

  • Jesus, The New Temple Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Nov 13, 2010
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     | 1,862 views

    Jesus and the early disciples preached against the Jerusalem Temple because the new Temple is the Body of the Risen Christ, and true worship is centered there.

    November 15, 2010 Albert the Great The Spirit of the Liturgy Today we commemorate St. Albert the Great, known for many years as “the Universal Doctor.” He is best known as the teacher and mentor of St. Thomas Aquinas, but his studies and teaching spanned all of what was known then ...read more

  • The Holy Spirit's Community Series

    Contributed by Gregg Strawbridge on Apr 12, 2003
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     | 957 views

    In leading to this first community produced by Jesus through the Spirit, we have seen that Pentecost is likened to the Shekinah glory: As the glory of the Holy Spirit filled the earthly tabernacle, and then the Jerusalem temple, the church born at Penteco

    INTRODUCTION The great church historian, Phillp Schaff, whose library is here in Lancaster said: "As to the numerical strength of Christianity at the close of the first century, we have no information whatever. Statistical reports were unknown in those days. The estimate of half a million among ...read more

  • Palm Sunday

    Contributed by Rev.andrew B Natarajan on Mar 25, 2018
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    The Palm Sunday remind us about the triumphal entry of Jesus into the Jerusalem Temple. Mathew 21:1-17 teaches three things: 1. Unused talents, 2. Misused resources, 3. Reused blessings. When you read through you will be touched and used for Jesus .

    Palm Sunday “Hosanna” Mathew 21:1-17 Introduction: Jesus was ready to sacrifice. He was sure about his victory and the future of the Kingdom of God. He reached Jerusalem. He wanted to enter into the City of David as Messiah and the King of Kings. Though many could not understand the glory, ...read more

  • Patterns In Messianic Prophecy

    Contributed by Larry Wolfe on Jul 2, 2009
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    Outline covering parallel events before the Lord’s first coming and second coming

    “Patterns in Messianic Prophecy” I. The Past Pattern of Events Prior to the First Coming of the Lord to Redeem His Saints (Matthew, Mark, Luke and John) 1. The Destruction of Jerusalem/Temple-586 B.C. 2. The Dispersion of the Jews-586 B.C. 3. The Jews Return to the Promised ...read more

  • The Greatest Consolation

    Contributed by John Mccormack on Nov 23, 2012
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    CHRIST, YOUR GREATEST CONSOLATION

    THE GREATEST CONSOLATION TO GRASP CONSOLATION YOU MUST FIRST GRASP INCARNATION. GOD SENT HIS ONLY SON INTO THE WORLD PROVIDING SALVATION WE DID NOT DESERVE. JOHN 1:1 “IN THE BEGINNING WAS THE WORD, AND THE WORD WAS WITH GOD, AND THE WORD WAS GOD.” (NKJV) YOU THEN SEE HE (CHRIST) ...read more

  • Beautiful Feet

    Contributed by John Mccormack on Aug 7, 2014
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    GOOD NEWS! THE MESSAGE OF SALVATION!

    BEAUTIFUL FEET OBSERVATION: THEOLOGICALLY AND FIGURATIVELY, THE WORD ZION APPLIED TO ISRAEL AS THE PEOPLE OF GOD (ISAIAH 60:14) INTERPRETATION: ISAIAH 52:7 (NKJV) ) HOW BEAUTIFUL UPON THE MOUNTAINS ARE THE FEET OF HIM WHO BRINGS GOOD NEWS, WHO PROCLAIMS PEACE, WHO BRINGS GLAD TIDING OF ...read more

  • Might And Majesty

    Contributed by John Mccormack on Apr 23, 2014
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    GOD'S ULTIMATE MIGHT, MAJESTY, AUTHORITY AND POWER

    MIGHT AND MAJESTY OBSERVATION: THE PSALMIST REFLECTS UPON THE MIGHT AND MAJESTY OF GOD. INTERPRETATION: PSALMS 114:7 (NKJV) TREMBLE, O EARTH, AT THE PRESENCE OF THE LORD, AT THE PRESENCE OF THE GOD OF JACOB. POINTS TO PONDER: THE JEWS USED THIS PSALM DURING THE ...read more

  • Rebuilding The Temple

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Jul 29, 2013
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     | 4,002 views

    Past glories, present disappointments, and future glory

    REBUILDING THE TEMPLE Haggai 2:9 BACKGROUND: King David wanted to build the LORD a house, but the time was not right (1 Chronicles 28:3): David's son would build the LORD's house (2 Samuel 7:12-13). Before his death, David appointed the masons, prepared iron and brass, received the cedar ...read more

  • The First Unaccompanied Mission Tour

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Jul 12, 2018
     | 1,179 views

    What is the prerequisite to the Gospel?

    The First Unaccompanied Mission Tour Mark 6:7-13, 30 Jesus had been teaching the gospel of the Kingdom to the disciples for some time. They had learned some things and would need to learn a lot more and the power of the Holy Spirit before they were ready to go out on their own. But part of the ...read more

  • Calling The Sheep To Return Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Aug 14, 2010
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    It is a priority for us to call those who have left the Church to return to fellowship and the sacraments.

    Monday of 20th Week in Course August 16, 2010 You Shall Be My Witnesses The people of the Old Covenant were twice exiled from Judea. To this first group, stuck in Babylon, the priest Ezekiel was sent as a prophet. A mime prophet. He acted out in his life the reality of exile, suffering, and ...read more

  • Fear Of God

    Contributed by Mark Witherden on Mar 20, 2007
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     | 4,821 views

    Should we fear God? Many of us have been brought up in a Christian climate where the fear of God is missing. We like to think of the nice comfortable side of God but not His fearful awesome side. Here is just a small insight into the awesomeness of God.

    Jacobs Ladder - How awesome is this place! Gen 28:10-22 Verse 17 “And he was afraid, and said, How fearful is this place! This is nothing but the house of God, and this is the gate of Heaven!” (Modern King James Version) How awesome is this place! The Fear of God came on him. The Holiness ...read more

  • The Jesus You Need

    Contributed by Andre King on Dec 22, 2016
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    While the Baby Jesus of Christmas is important, Jesus pointed to another time in His Life as necessary for the benefit of man

    • IT'S WONDERFUL TO BE A CHILD. ESPECIALLY THIS TIME OF YEAR! • THE ANTICIPATION OF CHRISTMAS...SANTA CLAUS, GIFTS, FAMILY COMING TOGETHER...ALL THE EXCITEMENT OF THE SEASON! • IT'S EASY FOR CHILDREN TO GET CAUGHT UP IN THE JOY OF CHRISTMAS. • EVEN SWEETER STILL TO BE A BABY AT CHRISTMAS ...read more

  • Which Jesus Do You Need?

    Contributed by Andre King on Dec 27, 2016
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    The Gospels show many illustrations of Jesus. Which did He consider to be the most important?

    • IT'S WONDERFUL TO BE A CHILD. ESPECIALLY THIS TIME OF YEAR! • THE ANTICIPATION OF CHRISTMAS...SANTA CLAUS, GIFTS, FAMILY COMING TOGETHER...ALL THE EXCITEMENT OF THE SEASON! • IT'S EASY FOR CHILDREN TO GET CAUGHT UP IN THE JOY OF CHRISTMAS. • EVEN SWEETER STILL TO BE A BABY AT CHRISTMAS ...read more

  • Ethics Must Be Integrated Into Economic Activity Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Dec 26, 2009
     | 1,016 views

    Just as the action of Herod and of abortionists shows the divorce of economics and ethics, so we must reintegrate ethics into economic activity, if we are to reclaim society for Christ

    December 28, 2009 Feast of the Holy Innocents Caritas in Veritate The timeliness of the Pope’s encyclical, Charity in Truth, and its match to our Monday Scriptures is truly remarkable. Aristotle, himself an unbeliever, used mere reason to arrive at some remarkable truths. One of them is that ...read more