Brother Thom introduces us to the second book in Kings where Elijah travels where God sends him, followed by Elisha who witnesses Elijah caught up in a whirlwind to Heaven. Chariots are on fire and horses are flaming as Elijah receives his double portion. Never timid Brother Thom dives into the deep end of the pond to discuss the misguided who kneel in protest during our National Anthem, and explains who they unwittingly show submission, reverence, and respect for our Anthem and our Flag.
The forgiveness of our sins doesn’t give us a free pass to repeat them the next day, but instead it allows us to put our sins behind us and strive to be better Christians in a closer walk with our Lord Jesus Christ.
Brother Mark shares the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, followed by Communion.
This video comes to us from Focus on the Family, and it takes on the topic of gender dysphoria. Walt Heyer and Kathy Grace Duncan share their transgender journeys — Walt lived as a woman for 8 years, Kathy Grace lived as a man for 11 years.
I discussed chametz yesterday and the practice of removing all leavened products from the Jewish home. Today we’re discussing what happens with that leavened bread.
It is tradition that the first born male in each home fasts, commemorating God’s act of sparing the firstborn Jewish sons from the plague that killed Egyptian children. Every firstborn male is required to fast, however provisions are made for those unable to fast by participating in a meal marking a mitzvah (good deed). In some traditions the firstborn daughter participates in the fast.
Today is the Fourth Day of Passover and I’m going to discuss some of the rich traditions passed down and practiced by Jews to this day.
Day Three Today is the Third Day of Passover and thought this would be a good time to discuss some of the Jewish Traditions and Laws of Passover. Before I get onto this, I want to remind you that it was only after God inflicted Egypt with the Tenth and final plague that the Pharoah […]
Today is the Second Day of Passover, and today I want to share with you a few scripture readings on the night of Passover itself. I’ll be reading from Chapter 12 of the Book of Exodus, King James Version. We start in verse 12 where God is addressing Moses and Aaron, and God says ..
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