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The Wars and Strifes Among the Brethren

Dr. H. T. Spence | Sep 12, 2004

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The Prime Meridian of Human History: Part Two
Date: Nov 20, 2020
Service Type: Forwarding the Faith
The End-Time Warning Against Pragmatism
Date: Nov 15, 2020
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Daniel 1:1–7
Summary: The two exoduses in the OT with one being a type of an exodus from sin and the other an exodus from apostasy. How Liberalism made Christianity pragmatic in compromise with the world.
The Development of the Last Kingdom of Man
Date: Nov 15, 2020
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: Revelation 13:1–10
Summary: The development of the coming kingdom of Antichrist, with America becoming the last nation to fall to the socialistic powers of globalism. May God help us!
The Prime Meridian of Human History: Part One
Date: Nov 13, 2020
Service Type: Forwarding the Faith
The Good, Great, and Chief Shepherd versus The Foolish and Idol Shepherd
Date: Nov 8, 2020
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: John 10:1–11; Hebrews 13:20, 21; 1 Peter 5:1–4; Zechariah 11:15–17
Summary: How Christ became our Good Shepherd, then the Great Shepherd, and finally our hope of the coming Chief Shepherd. But God will raise up in the future a foolish and idle shepherd, the Antichrist.
The Four Anchors of the Christian in the Present National Storm
Date: Nov 8, 2020
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: 1 Peter 4:1–19; Acts 27:21–32
Summary: In these days when corruption is destroying the American Experience and evil and deception dominates the political scene, God saints must get ready for the coming of Christ, and thus the need of four anchors in the Life.
Preparing for Our Appointed Times: Part Three
Date: Nov 6, 2020
Service Type: Forwarding the Faith
The Empire of Rome and the Church of Rome
Date: Nov 1, 2020
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: Romans 1:7, 15–17; Acts 19:20–21; Acts 23:11
Summary: The Reformation Sunday burden of how the Roman Empire made its way into Christianity and brought about the Roman Catholic Church. Last Sunday Evening: “The Reformation and Its Influence” (Distinguishing the 1400s of Catholic Church as somewhat being “evangelical” versus the Council of Trent making and solidifying the “Roman” Church of history.)
The Reformation and Its Influence
Date: Nov 1, 2020
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Luke 5:30–39
Summary: Distinguishing the 1400s of the Catholic Church as somewhat being “evangelical” versus the Council of Trent making and solidifying the “Roman” Church of history.
Preparing for Our Appointed Times: Part Two
Date: Oct 30, 2020
Service Type: Forwarding the Faith
The End-Time Mandates of Persecution
Date: Oct 28, 2020
Service Type: Wednesday Evening Sermon
Summary: The Presentation of the Three Hebrew Men in Daniel 3 and Daniel’s Stand in Daniel 6.
The Love Slave and the Heart of the Shulamite
Date: Oct 25, 2020
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Exodus 21:1–6; Song of Solomon 1:1–4
Summary: The law of the love slave becomes an insight to loving God and “obeying” Him from the heart. This law is to be found in the Shulamite of the Song of Solomon and the six chambers of the vineyard of life.
The Greatest Commandment’s Transition in Christ
Date: Oct 25, 2020
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: Deuteronomony 6:4–5; John 14:21–25
Summary: The unfolding of the greatest commandment given in Deut. 6:4-5 and how in the New Testament it transitions into the law and loving of Jesus Christ for the Christian.
Preparing for Our Appointed Times: Part One
Date: Oct 23, 2020
Service Type: Forwarding the Faith
Grace for the Appointment of Life
Date: Oct 18, 2020
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Romans 15:15, 16; 1 Corinthians 15:9, 10; Ephesians 3:1–8, 4:7
Summary: God gives to every Christian a “measure” of grace for the living of His will for the life. What is the earthly view of Christ for my life?
God’s Law versus God’s Grace
Date: Oct 18, 2020
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: Galatians 3:17–29; Romans 6:11–18
Summary: The purpose of the Law in the Christian’s life is to bring the Christian to the fullness of God’s grace, which is greater than what the Law reveals, the sin principle.
Facing Radical Changes in End-Time Culture: Part Four
Date: Oct 16, 2020
Service Type: Forwarding the Faith
Grace Did Much More Abound
Date: Oct 14, 2020
Service Type: Wednesday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Romans 5:20
Summary: The power of grace over not only our sins but also over the damage that the sin principle has done to the life of the Christian. The early life of Jacob and where the sin nature abounded in his life, yet grace ultimately abounded more.
Though the Waters Roar and Be Troubled
Date: Oct 11, 2020
Service Type: A Congress for the Christian Remnant
Scripture: Psalm 46:1–11; Acts 27:14–15
Facing Radical Changes in End-Time Culture: Part Three
Date: Oct 9, 2020
Service Type: Forwarding the Faith
The Troubled Times in Which We Live
Date: Oct 7, 2020
Service Type: A Congress for the Christian Remnant
Scripture: 2 Corinthians 4:1–10
The Critical Night Event of Jacob
Date: Oct 4, 2020
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Genesis 32:1–13, 21–32
Summary: There are three nights in Jacob’s history that become the transitions in his life: Bethel, Peniel, and His journey to Egypt to reunite with Joseph. But the burden of this message is the seven truths that mark his life at Peniel.
The Prime Meridian of History
Date: Oct 4, 2020
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: Luke 23:39–49; Hebrews 9:8–15; 2 Corinthians 5:18–21
Summary: All of history is based upon the coming of Jesus Christ to the earth: either BC or AD. The event of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ is the axial point of all history.
Facing Radical Changes in End-Time Culture: Part Two
Date: Oct 2, 2020
Service Type: Forwarding the Faith
The Hope of Recovery for the Life
Date: Sep 30, 2020
Service Type: Wednesday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Joel 2:23–27; Ezekiel 16:1–3, 15, 60–63
Summary: The history of Israel becomes a commentary of the world and humanity amidst its rises and falls in history. But in the end Israel will be restored permanently by God. Such a wonder should become a hope for recovery from any past or present failure in life.