The Feast of Trumpets is the fourth of the biblical Holy Days and it is in the late Summer or early Fall of the year. Jews call it "Rosh Hashana." What relevance does it have for Christians? How does it and prophecies in the Old Testament tie in with the New Testament.
Throughout history, many humans have wanted a prosperous society free of crime. Some have attempted to establish utopian communities. Is such a society possible? Will humans do this? Will it take the return of Jesus Christ to make this happen?
Most who profess Christ do not keep the Holy Days in the Bible. Why is that? Should they? What does the Bible teach? The Fall Holy Days are the Feast of Trumpets, Day of Atonement, Feast of Tabernacles, and the Last Great Day? Why do some think that they should be observed by Christians? Did early Christians keep the Fall Holy Days?
What are the times of the Gentiles? Have there been more than one? What do Protestants, Catholics, Jehovah's Witnesses, and the Church of God teach about the time of the Gentiles? Is that the time for the full number of Gentiles to hear the gospel? Does it have anything to do with Israel? What about 604 B.C. and 721-718 B.C.?
This is the seventh sermon by Dr. Thiel covering the Book of Proverbs. In this sermon, he goes over all the verses of its 22nd and 23rd chapters. He discusses reputation, prophecy, insincerity, child rearing, the importance of physical work, co-signing, obesity, alcohol, grandparents, the fate ...
Today, I want to talk about fasting, what it means to fast, and how to get results. How many of us put much thought into what we are doing, and why.
Nearly everyone wants to be happy. An advertising campaign decades ago attempted to directly tell us "that's what happiness is." Is happiness material goods or physical experiences? Are Christians supposed to be happy? What does the Bible teach about being happy?
Is Africa mentioned in the Bible? Who did the Africans descend from? Were there any Africans of note in the Old Testament? Did God intervene in the New Testament to insure an African would would be saved? Did any of the apostles get to Africa? Have there long been Sabbath-keepers in Africa? Are there faithful Christians in Africa today? Does God want Africans called and taught?
This is the sixth part of a six-part sermon series covering the entire Gospel According to Mark. In it, Dr. Thiel begins with Mark 14:1 and covers all the verses through the end of chapter 16. He goes over Jesus' financial priorities, the poor, Passover, footwashing, betrayal, wine vs. grape juice, Jesus' betrayal, impalement, & resurrection, and where the apostles went after Jesus ...
This is the fifth part of a multi-part sermon series covering the entire Gospel According to Mark. In it, Dr. Thiel begins with Mark 13:1 and covers all the verses in that chapter. He goes over some proposed locations of the ancient Jewish temple in Jerusalem, signs of the end, the four horsemen of the apocalypse and their ties to the beginning of sorrows, persecutions, the great tribulation, the place of safety, the pre-tribulation rapture theory, Israel and the fig tree, 1947/1948, and theories associated with the start of the Great Tribulation.