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Revelation: The Bride, The Beast & Babylon

Revelation: The Bride, The Beast & Babylon
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The Biblical Timeline THE GREAT CONTROVERSY Revelation: The Bride, The Beast & Babylon Feast Days Why These Pages Have Been Written What Was the Purpose of Old Testament Feast Days? Should We Alter Ancient Rituals? What are some of the arguments for observing Old Testament feast days in modern times? How Should We Address God (the Claims of the Sacred Name Movement)? How Do These Issues Relate to the Adventist Mission and Message? Why these pages have been written! Some members of many Protestant churches are teaching that it is necessary for Christians to observe Israelite festivals. Some Adventists are arguing that an outright rejection by the Seventh-day Adventist Church of Old Testament Feast Days is deliberate insubordination to God’s will that, alongside other serous compromises of the Church, have brought down upon contemporary Adventism God’s frown and disfavor. Even more specifically, some say that receiving the “seal of God” and being among the “144,000” depends on observing the Feast Days that Jesus observed. I. Here follows the main Israelite feasts or festivals. H. II. A. B.

THE THIRD ANGEL'S MESSAGE: The Mark of the Beast 666 Amazing Facts > Bible Study > Foreign Language Library La Hora de Estudio de la Iglesia Central Desde la iglesia central de Sacramento, podrà obtener un nuevo y profundo conocimiento bìblico atravèz de nuestro popular estudio semanal de las lecciones trimestrales. (duraciòn: 60 minutos) La Hora de Estudio de la Central no será actualizada en Español por el momento. Por favor siga disfrutando de los archivos en Español actualmente en existencia. Crecer en Cristo - (4th Quarter 2012) 1 y 2 Tesalonicenses - (3rd Quarter 2012) Evangelismo y testificación - (2nd Quarter 2012) Vislumbres de nuestros Dios - (1st Quarter 2012) El Evangelio en Gálatas - (4th Quarter 2011) La Adoracion - (3rd Quarter 2011) Vestidos de Gracia: Vestiduras figuradas en la Biblia - (2nd Quarter 2011) Jesus LLoro: La Biblia Y Las Emociones Humanas - (1st Quarter 2011) Personajes Secundarios del Antiguo Testamento - (4th Quarter 2010) La Redencion En Romanos - (3rd Quarter 2010) Salud y Sanidad - (2nd Quarter 2010) El fruto del Espiritu - (1st Quarter 2010) La Verdad Revelada Spanish

God Drew The Plans. We all know that 4,000 years ago, on the grand summit of Mt. Sinai, God gave Moses the Ten Commandments. But most people don't know that at the same time, the Lord gave Moses the blueprints for one of the most mysterious structures ever built - the sanctuary. It must have been important, because the Israelites could not enter the Promised Land until it was completed. This unique portable temple represented God's dwelling place among His people, and its services showed the nation of freed slaves a three-dimensional panorama of the plan of salvation. God Himself gave Moses the plans for the sanctuary. "And let them make me a sanctuary; that I may dwell among them." The Lord asked Moses to erect a sanctuarya special building that would serve as a dwelling place for the great God of heaven. The sanctuary was an elegant, tent-type structure (15' x 45'based on an 18-inch cubit) where the supernatural presence of God dwelt and special services were conducted. (Psalms 80:1). Yes. Quiz Questions

History Of The Church Amazing Facts - Christian Media Ministry Purity & Power! Are you tired of hurting your loved ones and wounding your conscience? Do you live in constant regret for your past mistakes? Have you ever wished you could take a bath and come out clean inside and out? Then we have great news for you... you can! God has a plan that can totally wash all your sins away and supercharge your character - preposterous? Not at all! This verse makes it clear that baptism is necessary for salvation. 1. "He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved; but he that believeth not shall be damned." Answer: Yes, indeed! Circumstances made it a human impossibility for the thief on the cross to be baptized. 2. "For he knoweth our frame; he remembereth that we are dust." Answer: Neither did he restore what he had stolen, as the Lord specifically directs in Ezekiel 33:15. Only ONE method of baptism is biblical, not 14. 3. "One Lord, one faith, one baptism." Answer: No! Note: The devil's "buffet" plan for baptism says, "Take your pick. Jesus was baptized by immersion. 4.

2 Thessalonians 2:4 - AntiChrist, Man Of Sin Amazing Facts > Media Library English Testimonies of Changed Lives Watch these inspirational stories that will encourage your faith in the Lord. Listen to others like you who found prayer for healing brokenness. These heart-touching testimonies will strengthen you and help you draw closer to God. Amazing Facts Presents Our flagship 30-minute program features the very best of Pastor Doug Batchelor and Amazing Facts programs. Central Study Hour From Sacramento Central Church, you’ll get fresh and in-depth biblical insight from our popular Bible school program in time for your weekly quarterly lessons! Christ and His Law - (2nd Quarter 2014) Discipleship - (1st Quarter 2014) The Sanctuary - (4th Quarter 2013) Revival and Reformation - (3rd Quarter 2013) Major Lessons from Minor Prophets - (2nd Quarter 2013) Origins - (1st Quarter 2013) Growing In Christ - (4th Quarter 2012) 1 and 2 Thessalonians - (3rd Quarter 2012) Evangelism and Witnessing - (2nd Quarter 2012) Glimpses of Our God - (1st Quarter 2012) Worship - (3rd Quarter 2011)

A River of Life Naaman was a brave, rich, and famous commander for the armies of Syria who contracted leprosy, the most dreaded disease of Bible times. Leprosy meant isolation from loved ones and a slow, wretched death. A Hebrew slave girl who worked in Naaman's house said that if her master would only go to the prophet Elisha in Israel, he would heal Naaman of his leprosy. Willing to grasp at any thread of hope, Naaman made the long trip to Israel. 1. Matthew 3:1, 5, 6. Answer : ____________________ NOTE: The Gospel stories begin and end with the subject of baptism. 2. Acts 22:16. NOTE: The Bible ordinance of baptism symbolizes the washing away of sin from a person's life, as well as the new birth. 3. Ephesians 4:5. NOTE: At least 15 different ceremonies are called baptism today, but according to the Bible, there is only one true baptism. 4. Colossians 2:12. __________ with him in baptism, wherein also ye are risen with him through the faith of the operation of God, who hath raised him from the dead. 5.