Here you’ll find brief descriptions of the gifts we offer to say thanks for visiting us. It’s our way of helping you to “grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. To Him be glory both now and forever! Amen.” (2 Peter 3:18)
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Posted September 10th, 2005 in mp3
Part 3 of the “7 Things” series. An up to the minute commentary of the next event on God’s calendar for Israel. Includes the modern names for the nations involved, and insight into the secret cease-fire currently being negotiated between Israel and the PLO, as well as the threats and counter threats over Iran’s soon coming nuclear capability. Read Post »
Posted August 27th, 2005 in mp3
Part 2 of the “7 Things” series. A verse-by-verse commentary of the four places where the phrase “Abomination that Causes Desolation” occurs:
Daniel 9:24-27: the famous 70 weeks prophecy,
1 Maccabees: the partial fulfillment in 168 BC,
Matthew 24:15-21: the Lords announcement of the Great Tribulation, and
2 Thes. 2:4: Paul’s description of the event,proving that Daniel’s prophecy could not have been fulfilled in history, but is yet future. Read Post »
Posted July 27th, 2005 in mp3
Part 1 of the “7 Things” series. 7 of the the most important prophecies in all of scripture will be fulfilled between now and the beginning of eternity. Knowing the circumstances surrounding each one is critical to avoid being deceived. Read Post »
Posted January 17th, 2005 in eBooks
Right from the beginning, the Lord promised great blessings to those who followed His ways and obeyed his commands. Some of the most meaningful are found in Deut. 28: 1-8. Since they carry no expiration date they’re still in effect. We present them here with their modern interpretations.
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Posted April 29th, 2004 in eBooks
Revelation chapters 2 and 3 are chocked so full of wisdom for believers that it’s hard to overestimate their value. In this commentary we explore them in detail, drawing on years of study and personal visits to each site for understanding.
Presented in clear and straightforward language, and accompanied by beautiful photography, this study is sure to bring hours of enjoyment along with a wealth of knowledge. 68 pages, 1.45 mb. Read Post »
Posted April 28th, 2004 in eBooks, Gift Shop
Why four gospels? There are several good reasons. First there were four audiences that had to be reached, each with different needs and a different perspective. Second, each Gospel provides a view of the Lord that differs from the other three, making all four necessary to see the whole picture. And third, each one is uniquely identified with the Camp of Israel and the Throne of God.
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