1. Israel Tabernacle n Revelation Part 2

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    Israel Tabernacle n Revelation Part 2 | Show ID #rp-022613-israel-tabern-part-2 This week in Part 2 we find that the Lord says to Moses "thou shalt command" the children of Israel. With the instructions given for the "tent of meeting"; i.e. Tabernacle, now focus turns to getting the Priests and those items associated with ministering before the Lord. The real truth of this section is the purpose of God in reaching Israel and bringing to himself a people. The section foreshadows many types and fulfillment in the work of God today. The Oil represents the Holy Spirit; our High Priest is Yeshua, who is also the Atoning sacrifice and fulfillment of the Day of Atonement. From the Garments of the Priests, the Breastplate of Judgment, Urim and Thummim, the robe of the Epod, and to the Crown we today, through Yeshua have been brought nigh to our God and Father as “kings and priests” to God. The real truth and Revelation of the Tabernacle and the ministry there equates to this Great God and Father calling to him all those who will. Then through the Tabernacle and ministry of it and the Priests to today through the Lamb of God, the blood of the atoning sacrifice, and those who will come near to him in Repentance. In this section: The Oil for the Candlestick The High Priests and Priests to minister The Garments of the Priests: The Breastplate of Judgment The Urim and Thummim The Robe of the Ephod The Mitre: Crown The Priests are to be Consecrated, Sanctified, to Minister unto the Lord The Consecration of the Priests: Altar of Burnt offering and the Atonement Biblical resources on the WIBR/WARN sites: www.warn-usa.com, www.warn-radio.com, www.wingswatchman.org, www.warn-usa.com/watchman-network/ www.ddayforamerica.com www.dday4america.com

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    • Don't you worry child illustration - Swedish House Mafia

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      ey! this is a illustration of one part of the music. For me, the most important. At sometime in life, you will have a heartbreak. And you can always count on your father, mother or friend to find your plan. So, Don't you worry child =]

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      • An Empty Tomb with an Angelic Explanation (Luke 24:1-12) John MacArthur

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        http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/42-291 Well we come to a wonderful milestone today in our study of the gospel of Luke, we come to chapter 24 and the account of the resurrection of our Lord Jesus...the resurrection, long awaited. And I just want to give you a little bit of a sort of an introduction to the message this morning by telling you that preaching is a unique and wonderful adventure and because of the nature of the text itself, it changes, it ebbs and flows, it takes on different forms and different styles. And that's part of the adventure of it. As we approach the resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ, we're going to work our way through this account very carefully and very thoughtfully. Since all four gospels deal with the resurrection, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John all deal with the resurrection, they bring to bear upon the account of this most significant of all events in human history their own perspectives, they all cover some of the same things and yet each of them has its own special emphasis and details common to each writer that are not in the other accounts. What this means is, we have to weave all of this together to get the full picture. My hope will be that you will be able to follow this multi-faceted event as I endeavor to weave the accounts together around the main focus of Luke....

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        • The Supernatural Burial of Christ (Luke 23:50-56) John MacArthur

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          http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/42-290 We come to the final paragraph in the twenty-third chapter of the Luke account of the life of our Lord Jesus. Let's open our Bibles to Luke chapter 23 and verses 50 through 56. This section of Luke's gospel looks at the burial of Jesus. And, I guess, counter intuitively I've entitled it, "The supernatural burial of Jesus." That might be a little like an oxymoron, how can a burial be supernatural? We looked at the cross and we saw some supernatural elements there, the darkness, the earthquake, the rocks splitting, the rending of the temple curtain, the resurrection of the dead, miraculous, for sure. And certainly when we talk about the resurrection of Jesus Christ, that is a massive miracle as He comes back from the dead and gives life to His own body. But in what sense is the burial of Jesus supernatural? I suppose the burial of Jesus isn't something you've considered a lot. We celebrate the death of Christ and the resurrection of Christ, but the burial of Christ is as supernatural and as divinely wrought as anything else in the incarnation. In fact, the burial of Jesus is so important that all four gospel writers talk about it and they give detail. And the detail they give is related to the supernatural elements of His burial....

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          • The King Crucified: The Comedy at Calvary (Luke 23:33-39) John MacArthur

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            http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/42-285 Open your Bible, if you will, to Luke chapter 23...Luke chapter 23. I think I have a little explaining to do with regard to the title of the message. No doubt when you look down at the bulletin today and you saw, "The Comedy at Calvary," you were stunned by that. It is a shocking idea. It is an irreverent notion. In fact, it is on the surface cruel and could well be considered blasphemous to think of Calvary as a comedy. And certainly you have never thought of it as such. When you think of Calvary, you think of its horrors, its cruelties, its agonies. You do not think of it as a comedy, nor should you. I don't think of it as a comedy. But the people who participated in it when it happened turned it into a comedy. For them Calvary was a joke. A classic dictionary definition of comedy is, "A ludicrous or farcical event," that's Webster. If you wanted a synonym for that definition of comedy, it might be satire, farce, parody, burlesque, vaudeville, or you might just call it a joke, a rather extended joke. And from the crucifiers of Jesus, the whole event had been twisted into a perverted and extended joke. Truly it was in their view a comedy and Jesus was the butt of the joke. What was the joke? This is the King of the Jews. Laughable to them....

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            • Mocha Moments for Single MOM's: Peter's Story

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              Grab a cup of coffee and join us as we meet Peter Kiiskila, MOM's boys mentorship coordinator! Hear Peters story of how he got involved with mentoring the young men of single mothers! Hear his heart for these young men and why its important to have Godly men around our boys! You wont want to miss this one! Bless you! Visit us on our website at: http://mountainofmyrrh.com/ Like us on Facebook at: Single Mother Ministry-M.O.M.(Mountain of Myrrh) And follow us on Twitter: @MOMMountain

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              • Dad Teaching Me To Wrap Tefillin, 2012.

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                Dad Teaching Me To Wrap Tefillin is an investigation into my Jewish identity probed through my father. The wrapping of tefillin is a daily undertaking in Judaism prior to starting one's day centering the mind and heart as a demonstration to service G-d. Dad Teaching Me To Wrap Tefillin touches on themes of father/son relationships and teacher/student relationships in hopes of making a connection to my father.

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                • The Disciples' Testimony Concerning Jesus (John 1:38-51) John MacArthur

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                  http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/43-7 We come now to the Word of God, John chapter 1 and verses 38 to 51. This is on the surface a narrative portion of Scripture. And we'll see many of these as we engage ourselves with the gospel of John, as John tells the story of Jesus from His own perspective. But there's some wonderfully foundational things in this section, as we would expect at the beginning of the gospel of John. Let me begin reading and we might as well start reading at verse 35. "Again the next day John was standing with two of his disciples"--that's John the Baptist--"and he looked at Jesus as He walked, and said, 'Behold, the Lamb of God!' The two disciples heard him speak, and they followed Jesus. And Jesus turned and saw them following, and said to them, 'What do you seek?' They said to Him, 'Rabbi (which translated means Teacher), where are you staying?' He said to them, 'Come, and you will see.' So they came and saw where He was staying; and they stayed with Him that day, for it was about the tenth hour. One of the two who heard John speak and followed Him was Andrew, Simon Peter's brother. He found first his own brother Simon and said to him, 'We have found the Messiah' (which translated means Christ). He brought him to Jesus. Jesus looked at him and said, 'You are Simon the son of John; you shall be called Cephas' (which is translated Peter). "The next day He purposed to go into Galilee, and He found Philip. And Jesus said to him, 'Follow Me.' Now Philip was from Bethsaida, the city of Andrew and Peter. Philip found Nathanael and said to him, 'We have found Him of whom Moses in the Law and also the Prophets wrote--Jesus of Nazareth, the son of Joseph.' Nathanael said to him, 'Can any good thing come out of Nazareth?' Philip said to him, 'Come and see.' Jesus saw Nathanael coming to Him, and said of him, 'Behold, an Israelite indeed, in whom there is no deceit!' Nathanael said to Him, 'How do You know me?' Jesus answered and said to him, 'Before Philip called you, when you were under the fig tree, I saw you.' Nathanael answered Him, 'Rabbi, You are the Son of God; You are the King of Israel.' Jesus answered and said to him, 'Because I said to you that I saw you under the fig tree...you believe? You will see greater things than these.' And He said to him, 'Truly, truly, I say to you, you will see the heavens opened and the angels of God ascending and descending on the Son of Man.'"...

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                  • The First Testimony Concerning Jesus, Part 2 (John 1:19-37) John MacArthur

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                    http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/43-6 The gospel of John--we're in chapter 1, working our way through this wonderful presentation of Christ, remembering that John's purpose is very simple. His purpose, which is articulated at the end of the book, is to present the evidences, the testimony, the proof that that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, so that you might believe and believing have eternal life in His name. His goal, as I said before, first of all polemic, to prove that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God; and then evangelistic, so that you in believing that may have the eternal life that comes with that faith. That's the whole point of the gospel of John. It is evidences of the deity of Jesus Christ, evidences of the messiahship of Christ, evidence that He is the Savior, the only Savior, and that those who believe in Him have forgiveness and eternal life. So the gospel of John is in the opening eighteen verses a declaration of the deity of Christ. And then starting in verse 19, the evidences proving that declaration to be true. John opens the gospel, as you remember, speaking of the Lord Jesus as the Word and identifying Him as with God and God Himself. He is both God and with God, which is a Trinitarian understanding. He is fully God, and yet He is with God. The members of the Trinity are fully God and yet separate persons. He introduces Him not only as the Word, that is the truth that emanates from deity, but as the life, the very life source of all that lives, and then as light, and that is to say He is God penetrating the darkness of a fallen world....

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                    • Liza`s first winter

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