Br. Peter Mora gives an excellent discourse on temptations and trials that we have as Christians. What is God trying to tell us? Why do we keep having the same trial over and over and over and over again?
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At the last Prophetic Study Weekend, Br. Ric lead a study on the Inauguration of the Kingdom. We took a look at events leading up to the Kingd0m and those right in the beginning of it being set up. We discussed the Ancient Worthy class of Hebrews 11.
Study on Laodicea part 1 In in-depth look at the conditions of the Church of Laodicea in the book of Revelation and how it relates to Christians today. Br. Russell Shallieu leads the study at our Prophetic Study Weekend. Message to Laodicea Pt 1
Br. Brendan leads a study discussing different types of the secondary class of Christians called Great Company or Great Multitude. The basis for the name of this class of Christians is taken from Revelation chapter 7, verse 14.
Br. Brendan leads an open study discussing the dark “night in which no man can work”. The purpose of this study is to show that this time is fast approaching and that we are to be ready for it.
An open study on Belshazzar’s Feast (Daniel 5), discussing the prophetic implications of that event. Click here to listen to the study: Belshazzars Feast Daniel 5
All the world can see something is ready to explode in the Middle East. Does the Bible say anything about it? All the World can see the powder keg and the fuse lit in the nations surrounding tiny Israel. More than half of Christianity is talking about Psalm 83. An overview of Psalm 83 and what we expect to happen.
This is a very detailed look at the time references concerning the Flood and what calendar existed for our antediluvian fathers. Though the very technical personality will enjoy this discourse; there are blessings in store for the numerically challenged as well.
When discussing the first question we see the proper understanding of the statement and how it harmonizes with being “wise as a serpent and harmless as a dove.” We come to realize our role and how we must have and deal with others with love and respect.
Grieving the holy Spirit is a very comprehensive study of which this meeting only touches the surface. We can grieve the Spirit by willfully putting ourselves in situations that would be harmful to the New Creature, or to avoid a situation or confrontation with another Christian because of fear of man, fear of losing that fellowship instead of fear of losing God’s fellowship. Compromising on principle will grieve the holy Spirit as will procrastination and foolish speaking, or any violation of our conscience.