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Zephaniah - Malachi part I

5/10/2017
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Summary of the Book of Zephaniah This summary of the book of Zephaniah provides information about the title, author(s), date of writing, chronology, theme, theology, outline, a brief overview, and the chapters of the Book of Zephaniah. Author The prophet Zephaniah was evidently a person of considerable social standing in Judah and was probably related to the royal line. The prophecy opens with a statement of the author's ancestry (1:1), which in itself is an unusual feature of the Hebrew...

Duration:00:29:12

Daniel 12 - Amos 5 part II

5/9/2017
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Bible Survey - Amos Greek Name - Amos (Greek form of the Hebrew) Author - Amos (According to Tradition) Date - 787 BC Approximately Theme - The Kingdom of David Types and Shadows - In Amos Jesus is the One who sees the great sins

Duration:00:28:47

Daniel 1-11 part II

5/6/2017
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In chapters 1-6, Daniel writes about his own life in captivity. He was selected to work for the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar. Daniel (or his Babylonian name Belteshazzar), and his friends made bold and tough decisions and several times displayed their integrity to stand for Godliness instead of culture. They rejecting the king’s food, prayed when it was illegal to do so, and refused to bow to the king’s idol, for which they were thrown into a scorching furnace. Daniel interpreted the...

Duration:00:31:11

Ezekiel 36:16-Ch. 48

5/4/2017
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Symbolical predictions of the destruction of Jerusalem temple polluted by Tammuz or Adonis worship; God's consequent scattering of fire over the city and forsaking of the temple to reveal Himself to an inquiring people in exile; happier and purer times to follow the several classes--priests, prophets, and princes (5) A year later the warning of judgment for national guilt repeated with greater distinctness as the time drew nearer (6) Two years and five months later--the very day on which...

Duration:00:30:00

Ezekiel 23-36:15 part I

5/3/2017
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From chapters 25-32, Ezekiel condemns judgment upon seven particular nations who mocked YHWH, the God of Israel because of the captivity; they too would soon see their fate. These nations are Ammon, Moab (Modern day Jordan), Edom, Philistia (Modern day Palestine), Tyre, Sidon (Modern day Lebanon), and Egypt.

Duration:00:09:18

Ezekiel 1-22 part II

5/2/2017
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Chapters 4-24, Ezekiel delivered the message of doom to the captives. He told several parables, one that compared Israel to an adulterous woman (16:1-63). He taught them that God was cleansing His chosen nation, “Fou have borne the penalty of your lewdness and abominations’, the LORD declares” (16:58).

Duration:00:35:13

Ezekiel 1-22 part I

5/2/2017
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The book of Ezekiel is Narrative History, Prophetic and Apocalyptic in genre and even contains Parables. The prophet Ezekiel wrote it approximately 571 B.C. (this date is accurately precise because this book contains more defined dates than any other book in the Bible.) Key personalities include Ezekiel, Israel’s leaders, Ezekiel’s wife, King Nebuchadnezzar, and “the prince”. It was written to announce judgment upon Judah, to allow them one last chance to repent. It also foretells of the...

Duration:00:35:20

Jeremiah 48 - Lamentations part III

4/30/2017
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In Jeremiah 51:1-58, We read Jeremiah prophesying of Babylon's doom and destruction. The first several verses seems to indicate he is writing about the literal Babylon. Either the Law of Double Reference applies here, or he is simultaneously inferring of a figurative Babylon. Let's analyze these verses carefully. Babylon hath been a golden cup in the LORD'S hand, that made all the earth drunken: the nations have drunken of her wine; therefore the nations are mad [insane] (51:7). This is...

Duration:00:28:34

Jeremiah 48 - Lamentations

4/29/2017
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Chapter 48 Moab is next set to the bar before Jeremiah the prophet, whom God has constituted judge over nations and kingdoms, from his mouth to receive its doom. Isaiah’s predictions concerning Moab had had their accomplishment (we had the predictions Isa. 15, and 16 and the like Amos. 2:1 ), and they were fulfilled when the Assyrians, under Salmanassar, invaded and distressed Moab. But this is a prophecy of the desolations of Moab by the Chaldeans, which were accomplished under...

Duration:00:11:38

Revival Hymns

4/28/2017
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The following sound clips are sermon excerpts of renowned preachers and evangelists such are: Ian Paisley, Leonard Ravenhill, Paris Reidhead, Duncan Campbell, A.W. Tozer, T. Austin Sparks

Duration:00:35:02

Jeremiah 32:35-47 part II

4/28/2017
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Jeremiah 32-47: Key verses are 32:26-27; Then came the word of Jehovah unto Jeremiah, saying, 27 Behold, I am Jehovah, the God of all flesh: is there anything too hard for me? 33:3,6; Call unto me, and I will answer thee, and will show thee great things, and difficult, which thou knowest not. 6 Behold, I will bring it health and cure, and I will cure them; and I will reveal unto them abundance of peace and truth (ASV) 1901.

Duration:00:30:26

Jeremiah 12-32:35 part III

4/27/2017
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Jeremiah 12-32:25 part III.

Duration:00:10:45

Jeremiah 12-32:35 part II

4/26/2017
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From chapters 29-38, Jeremiah writes about the New Covenant and the hope that God would bring when He delivers them after the captivity. King Zedekiah who did not heed his warning throws Jeremiah into prison and then into a cistern. Nevertheless, Jeremiah warned that the King would fall into the hands of the King of Babylon.

Duration:00:43:16

Jeremiah 12-32:35 part I

4/26/2017
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Chapters 11-28, Jeremiah warned of the destruction that would be poured out on Judah. He writes about God’s hard dispense of holy anger. At one point God says, “I will not listen when they call to Me because of their disaster” (12:14). A lot of the wickedness that angered God was the constant worship of false idols and gods, and the sacrifices they were burning to them.

Duration:00:26:50

Isaiah 54 - Jeremiah 11 (part III)

4/25/2017
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In chapters 1-10, God calls Jeremiah and proclaims, “I have put My words in your mouth” (1:9). Jeremiah condemns Judah for their sins and attacks their faithlessness, obviously angry over their blatant sin. In Chapter 4, he notes that sin and iniquity was the cause of showers (blessing) being witheld.

Duration:00:19:09

Isaiah 54 - Jeremiah 11 part II

4/25/2017
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The book of Jeremiah is Prophetic Oracle and Narrative History, although not completely in chronological order. The prophet Jeremiah wrote it sometime during his ministry about 626-586 B.C. Key personalities are the many kings Judah, Baruch, Ebdemelech, King Nebuchadnezzar, and the Rechabites. Its purpose was to warn of the destruction that they were about to face and to urge Judah to return and submit to God. Jeremiah was a priest who God calls to be His prophet. Jeremiah identifies their...

Duration:00:11:15

Isaiah 54 - Jeremiah 11 part I

4/24/2017
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In chapters 56-66, Isaiah writes of the new Heavens and Earth, This is that great reward for all those who trust and obey God. He proclaims the hope for the afflicted and judgment for the evil. “For behold, I create new heavens and a new earth; and the former things will not be remembered or come to mind” (65:17).

Duration:00:03:35

Isaiah 29-53 part III

4/23/2017
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Listen to Isaiah Chapters 29-53.

Duration:00:27:53

Isaiah 29-53 part II

4/23/2017
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Chapters 40-55, speak of the return and restoration after the exile from Babylon. Isaiah repeatedly claims the premise, “There is no God beside Me” (44:6,8; 45:5,6,14,18,21). There is also another foretelling of the Messiah, who will come and bring new life through His death, “He was oppressed and He was afflicted, Yet He did not open His mouth; Like a lamb that is led to slaughter, and like a sheep that is silent before its shearers, So He did not open His mouth” (53:7).

Duration:00:44:28

Isaiah 29-53 part I

4/23/2017
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In Chapters 1-39, Isaiah points out the sins of both North and South Kingdoms. He then declares severe punishment to them and all the neighboring nations around them, “Wash yourselves, make yourselves clean; Remove the evil of your deeds from My sight Cease to do evil” (1:16). He proclaims great hope of the coming Savior, “Therefore the Lord Himself will give you a sign: Behold, a virgin will be with child and bear a son, and she will call His name Immanuel” (7:14), this passage was...

Duration:00:07:29