This is the second part of a two-part sermon on dating for Christians. In it, Dr. Thiel covers subjects such as what do you do if there is no one to date, if Christians can date or marry someone not part of the Continuing Church of God, dating for marriage, and pre-engagement counseling. He also provides answers to questions that teens have had about dating. He goes into the the use of 'social media, avoidance of trolling, not sexting, and some other matters somewhat unique to the 21st century.
Dating is a key to success in marriage. Should Christians have different dating standards than those who are not real Christians? How are men and women different? Can people fall in love? What should people do on a date? What about getting physical? Who should pay for the date? What should a man expect from a date? What should a woman expect from a date?
Do you know much about Saul who became Paul--like even what those names mean? Saul was a tent-maker from Tarsus who persecuted Christians before Jesus had him struck with blindness on the road to Damascus. What did Paul teach about the Ten Commandments? Did he teach they were "nailed to the cross" as some claim? Did he keep the biblical Holy Days? Did he teach keeping the Holy Days and obedience to God to the Gentiles?
Jesus said He wanted His followers to be perfect as His Father in heaven was perfect. But perfection is not something that humans attain in this life. Do converted Christians sin? Does God have faith in humans? Does God's Holy Day plan reflect any of this? This is a message intended to be for the Seventh Day of Unleavened Bread.
What is leaven? What, according to the Bible, is sin? Did Jesus indicate that leaven was like sin? What are some of the similarities between leaven and sin? Are the Days of Unleavened Bread just some practice of the ancient Hebrews or were they also enjoined upon God's people in the New Testament? Did early Christians keep the Days of Unleavened Bread?
This is the fifth part of a multi-part sermon series on the Book of Exodus. In this sermon, Dr. Thiel begins with the thirteenth chapter and covers all of the verses through the end of the fifteenth chapter. He discusses the plagues of Holy Day issues, the four horsemen of the Apocalypse, the passing through the Red Sea, and the destruction of the armies of Egypt. He also ties that in with the coming time of Armageddon and when humanity will fight against Jesus. He further discusses what could be called World War III and World War IV
This is the fourth part of a multi-part sermon series on the Book of Exodus. In this sermon, Dr. Thiel begins with the tenth chapter and covers all of the verses through the end of the twelfth chapter. He discusses the plagues of locusts, darkness, and the death of the firstborn. He also mentions come ancient historical documents, including the Ipuwer Papyrus and Historicae Philippicae, that support the biblical account. admonishes people not to be wise in their own eyes like Pharaoh Amenhotep II was.
This is the third of a multi-part sermon series on the Book of Exodus. In this sermon, Dr. Thiel begins with the eighth chapter and covers all of the verses through the end of the ninth chapter. He discusses the plagues of frogs, lice, swarms, pestilences, and hail. He connects these plagues with various gods and goddesses of Egypt to point out that God was demonstrating to the Egyptians that their gods could not protect them like Heqet (frogs), Geb (lice and boils), Amon-Ra (swarms), Neith (swarms), Apis (animal pestilence), Hathor (animal pestilence), Nut (hail), Shu (hail), Isis (hail), Seth (hail), etc.
This is the second of a multi-part sermon series on the Book of Exodus. In this sermon, Dr. Thiel begins with the fifth chapter and covers all of the verses through the end of the seventh chapter. He discusses lessons to be learned from actions of Moses, the Israelites, and the Egyptians. Related New Testament passages are also cited. He explains probably why the rod of Aaron was turned into a serpent and devoured those of Pharaoh's magicians.
Wikipedia claims that the Exodus is a Jewish legend that has no basis in historical fact. Is that true? If there was an exodus from Egypt by the Hebrews, was it in the 15th or 13th century BCE? In this first part of a multi-part sermon series, Dr. Thiel goes over each verse in the first four chapter of the Book of Exodus. He goes over Moses' early life and that God has used leaders that did not think they had what it took to lead.