Jesus said to teach His followers all that He commanded (Matthew 29:19-20). This sermon covers what Jesus commanded in the Gospel account written by Mark
The Bible tells of an end time leader called the "King of the North." This video sermon goes through scriptures in Daniel 11, Revelation 13, and elsewhere to identify biblically who this leader is and some of what he will do. Will he destroy the USA, its Anglo-allies, and a coming Arabic confederation?
Though they claim sola Sciptura, there are many errors that Protestant leaders teach that are wrong and misleading. These errors are dangerous and those who rely on the erroneous teachings above the Bible will face the Great Tribulation expectantly. The ten errors covered in this video include Blood Moons, the Pretribulation Rapture, Identity of Babylon, Russia and the ...
Did early Christians observe Easter? What are the origins of Easter? What does Easter have to do with the goddess Ishtar. Where did the word Easter come from?
s the Continuing Church of God (CCOG) simply a small COG group or something more? This sermon explains some of what the Continuing Church of God has accomplished in its first 12 months of existence, which truly first began at the Day of Pentecost in Acts 2. What type of literature has been produced? How effective are its YouTube videos? Is it really one of the most effective COGs on the internet?
Are Christians supposed to keep the Ten Commandments? Were they 'nailed to the cross'? What did Jesus teach about the Ten Commandments? What did the Apostle Paul teach about the Ten Commandments? What did Polycarp teach about the Ten Commandments? How are the Ten Commandments supposed to be numbered?
The 'Fall' Holy Days come every year in September and/or October on the Roman calendar. Some call them Jewish holidays, but they were kept by Jesus, the apostles, and their early faithful followers. Should you keep them? What does the Bible teach?
The Jews call it Yom Kippur, Christians "The Day of Atonement." Does it have any relevance for Christians today? Was it observed in the New Testament? What did some of the ancient Hebrew ceremonies surrounding it mean? How does any of this represent Jesus Christ? Does one goat in Leviticus represent Jesus and the other Satan? How does the New Testament help answer this?
Some have suggested that God grants more grace to the descendants of Israel than to Gentiles. Is that true? Is there Anglo-Israelite superiority with God? What is God's plan for those Gentiles that are not Israelites? Have antisemitic views affected those in the Church of God? How have Catholic and Protestant leaders viewed Jews? Who have been declared 'secret Jews"?
Russia is currently working on unseating the US dollar as the world's primary reserve currency, while also modernizing its military. Some have claimed that Russia is the King of the North of Daniel 11, but is it? Who is the final King of the North of Bible prophecy?
Is the USA mentioned in Bible prophecy? Some Protestants say yes, while others say no. What do Greg Laurie, Irvin Baxter, Ed Mlynar, John Walvoord, and Gary DeMar teach? What does the Bible really teach? Why don't many understand what the Bible teaches about this.
The Bible has Ten Commandments. Which is the first and greatest commandment? Which commandment is violated the most? Tips on how to keep the first commandment. What is really the second commandment? How do many inadvertently disobey the third commandment. Some tips on keeping the fourth commandment.
Is the United Nations the last best hope for peace as John F. Kennedy once stated? Do both the UN and Vatican share the goals and have same ecumenical, inter-faith agenda? What have Pope Francis and the UN's Ban Ki-moon agreed to? Where is all of this prophesied to lead to? Does the Bible warn against the that 'New World Order'?
The World Council of Churches (WCC) announced that it launched an Ecumenical Peace Advocacy Network to build a just and sustainable peace, engaging churches, ecumenical organizations and civil society. The WCC claims to have over 300 member churches representing 500 million people. The Church of Rome is an official observer, but not a member. The WCC also has ties with the United Nations. Will the WCC plan bring real peace?
After a 20 year negotiation, the Church of Rome has negotiated the right to have Catholic mass in the building known as the Cenacle. It is in the area where the Church of God on Jerusalem's Western Hill once stood. This is believed to be the location of the earliest Christian church building. How does the Bible define the 'temple of God' in the New Testament? Could this be the area where the 'man of sin' will sit in the "temple of God' that Bible prophecy discusses in 2 Thessalonians 2:3-4?
Various Protestant scholars believe that the Bible requires that a third temple in Jerusalem will be built near the start of the tribulation. What did Jesus, Daniel, Paul, and John really write about this? Are there different Greek words translated as 'temple' in English? If so, do they always mean a physical building? What did Haggai and Ezra write about the temple and the work? Can sacrifices resume without a Jewish temple in Jerusalem?
Do all sin? Do all Christians sin? Is there a sin that will not be forgiven? What is the unpardonable sin? How does one receive forgiveness? What about those that backslide or fall away? Does mercy triumph over judgment? What does the parable of the prodigal son teach us? What are the two ways Christians can commit the unpardonable sin?
In Matthew 25 Jesus tells the parable of the servants given talents. What are/were talents? How valuable were they? What do Christians have that are of great value? Do many who are Christians hide their talents? Was the one who buried his talent cowardly? Does any of this have to do with the Kingdom of God? Is the Parable of the Minas in Luke 19 related?
What does the BIBLE teach about prayer? What should you pray for? What if what you want is difficult? What if what you want seems impossible? Should Jesus be part of your prayers? Does fasting play any role? What about healing. Dr. Thiel goes over 14 tips for more effective prayer and reviews his list of 28 tips. This is the second part of a two-part sermon.
Fatima was the name of Muhammed's favorite daughter as well as the location of a town in Portugual that had six monthly visits from a 'Lady' in 1917. What was really seen at Fatima? Why is Fatima important? What really appeared in Fatima, Portugal. Are their ecumenical plans and concerns related to this? How does any of this tie in with biblical and other prophecy? What type of sign or wonder was Fatima? Why do Christians need to know about this?