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The Last Supper: Who Sat Where?

  • February 2, 2020

The Last Supper: Who Sat Where? By Bill Perkins Most Christians are familiar with the famous Leonardo Da Vinci painting of Jesus and His 12 disciples at the Last Supper. Jesus is seated in the middle of the table and six guests on each side of Him. Unfortunately, that is…

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The Gospel in Joshua…The Story of Rahab

  • January 27, 2020

The Gospel in Joshua...The Story of Rahab By Jack Kelley It’s not what you know but who you know that matters. The similarities between the Books of Joshua and Revelation are striking. In fact some call Joshua a model for Revelation, especially where it describes the battle of Beth Horon…

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The Preservation of the Jewish People

  • January 22, 2020

The Preservation of the Jewish People A Great Miracle By Dr. David R. Reagan One of my spiritual mentors when I was in my 20s was a great man of God named Carl Ketcherside (1908–1989). I heard him in a question and answer session one time when he was asked,…

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The Dispersion of the Jews

  • January 22, 2020

The Dispersion of the Jews Israel in Bible Prophecy By Dr. David R. Reagan In approximately 1440 BC, Moses led the Jewish people out of Egypt, beginning a journey to the land God had promised them in Canaan. The journey should have taken 11 days (Deuteronomy 1:2). But, instead, it…

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Why Do You Do What is Unlawful on the Sabbath?

  • January 20, 2020

Why Do You Do What is Unlawful on the Sabbath? A Bible Study by Jack Kelley The Pharisees and teachers of the Law often asked the above question of the Lord. Why did He persist in doing things guaranteed to arouse the ire of His detractors? It seems like almost…

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God and the Jews

  • January 20, 2020

God and the Jews Why does God seem to be so obsessed with the Jews? By Dr. David R. Reagan This is a frequent question during prophetic forums. The answer is that He loves them, just like He loves all His creation. But there is certainly a sense in which…

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Continuing the Reformation

  • January 17, 2020

Continuing the Reformation By Jonathan C. Brentner While Scripture alone must be our sole source for faith and practice, the study of church history does serve a couple useful purposes. First, it helps us understand the historical background for what we believe. And second, it refutes those who use church…

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The Land of Israel

  • January 12, 2020

The Land of Israel To whom does it belong? By Dr. David R. Reagan The answer is really very simple. God gave the land of Israel to Abraham (Genesis 17:8) and to his descendants through Isaac (Genesis 26:2-5) and Jacob (Genesis 28:1-4,13-14). That means the land belongs to the descendants…

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The Jewish Temples

  • January 12, 2020

The Jewish Temples Where were they located? By Dr. David R. Reagan I have been receiving a lot of inquiries recently concerning a book written by Robert Cornuke that is simply titled, Temple. The sub-title is, “Amazing New Discoveries That Change Everything About The Location Of Solomon’s Temple,” which reads…

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Jerusalem in History and Prophecy

  • January 12, 2020

Jerusalem in History and Prophecy By Dr. David R. Reagan On September 25th of 1995, a very special Jewish new year began. It was the year designated by the government of Israel as the 3,000th anniversary of the conquest of the city of Jerusalem by King David. The City’s Significance…

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