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History of the Sabbath

Learn what people had to go through just to be able to keep God’s original ten commandments and original Sabbath.___________________________________________________________________ THE SEVENTH DAY Part 1 of a series of 11. Eleven part video series on the seventh day Sabbath of the Bible. Hosted by award winning actor Hal Holbrook. These series are produced by LLT […]

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When Christianity in Rome got authority it was expected that Christians subdued to it. Later history falsification has been made and the claim that the Catholic Church was the first apostolic church who spread the gospel to the world. The series below shows how Christ followers had to battle to keep the truth clean and […]

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Part 6: Vigilantius, leader of the waldenses.

” The paganism which so soon began to avenge itself by creeping into the doctrines and practices of the early church has never been altogether eradicated, and has always been ready to become the nucleus of heresy or corruption when faith declined or ardor cooled” (See footnote 1). THE earliest leader of prominence among the […]

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Part 5: Lucian and the church in Syria

” Lucian was really a learned man; his work on the text of the OldTestament, which he corrected from the original Hebrew, soon became famous; he was a Hebrew scholar, and his version was adopted by the greater number of the churches of Syria and AsiaMinor. He occupied himself also with the New Testament. His […]

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Part 4: The Silent Cities of Syria.

“The ancestry of the Reformers is to be found in the godly men and women who, even in the darkest days, by their simple evangelical piety, kept the fire on the altar from going out altogether” . (See footnote 1) IN THE early ages of the Christian Era the flourishing cities of Syria were the […]

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Part 3: The apostolic origins of the church in the wilderness

The rise of Christianity and the spread of the Church in Syria was startling in its rapidity. IN CONTRAST with the four hundred years of silence between Malachi and Matthew, the coming of the great Redeemer brought to the world a powerful, stimulating message and introduced a marvelous new era. Noneof the prophets before Him […]

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Part 2: The church in the wilderness in prophecy

We have also a more sure word of prophecy; whereunto ye do well that ye take heed, as unto a light that shineth in a dark place. (2 Peter 1:19.)Now all these things happened unto them for ensamples: and they are written forour admonition, upon whom the ends of the world are come (1 Corinthians […]

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Part 1: What is the church in the wilderness?

PART ONE And to the woman were given two wings of a great eagle, that she mightily into the wilderness, into her place, where she is nourished for a time, and times, and half a time, from the face of the serpent.And the woman fled into the wilderness, where she hath a place prepared ofGod, […]

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