Apr 7, 2016
In response to a question on one of our YouTube videos, the question was asked. Since the prophecy of Habakkuk 2:3 referred to a destruction by the Chaldeans in 586 BC, why does the term "in a little while" not refer exclusively to that event?
Apr 5, 2016
In this podcast we do a detailed study of the 200 horsemen in the book of Revelation, showing their contextual and historical application. We focus on the details of the 6th and 7th trumpet and when they occur and what they mean in the order of Revelation.
Next we show the identity of the great city of Revelation and the one most important identifier that knocks all other cities out of the equation hands down.
Finally, we cover specific texts in Deuteronomy 28:68 that layout the proof for covenantal demise of the nation.
Apr 4, 2016
Study of the end of national Israel and the covenant curses of Deuteronomy 28
Apr 3, 2016
Study of the curses upon the ancient nation of Israel announced in Isaiah as the prophets indictment of the law of Moses against those who rejected the Messiah.
Mar 30, 2016
Zechariah 14:16-21, is often cited as an objection to the first century occurrence of the Parousia. Mostly because of the beginning of the chapter, but also because of the prophecy of keeping the feast of tabernacles.
Since the remnant of Israel and the nations left from those who came to Jerusalem in battle are mentioned, Dispensationalists and other futurists place the fulfillment of these texts in a literal context and cite them as yet future. This violates the nature of the new Jerusalem, the new temple and the new people.
Further, it shows that Israel, the Egyptians, and the Canaanites would all dwell in the Most Holy Place of the temple together sitting at the same table in the kingdom of God.
Mar 28, 2016
Confused Worlds of Futurism Part 5 The New Heavens and Earth Isaiah 65:17
In this lesson we set the foundation for the creation of the new people of God and the new city of Jerusalem prophesied in Isaiah 65:17. We identify the historical setting and context in which the prophecy would be fulfilled according to the Bible text. The correlation and comparisons are unmistakable.
Delve into this study and be challenged by the harmony of paring Old Testament Prophecy with New Testament fulfillment bring light and illumination to the last days and establishment of the Kingdom of God.
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Mar 27, 2016
Confusing Worlds of Futurism
This study has is focused on the creation of the New Covenant people and how this affects the worlds in the Bible. It's important to understand the worlds of the Bible lest confusion results in a superimposing of global paradigms are sold to the innocent and unsuspecting.
Mar 25, 2016
New Covenant Creation in Psalm 102:18
A prophecy written for a generation that was yet to come is found in the Psalms. To which generation does it refer? Was it for Israel who served under Torah or did the Psalmist speak of a future generation.
Within that generation would be a people who were yet to be created. Experience freedom from Torah and elevate your souls in truth. You can watch the video version at this link: AllThingsFulfilled.com
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Mar 24, 2016
Zion You Are My People
Study of the New Covenant Creation in Zion based on Isaiah 51:16. The creation of the new people of God in the New heavens and earth.
The new covenant creation begins with the laying of the foundation stone in Zion. Once that foundation was laid, the building of the structure could be completed.
Feb 8, 2016
In the 23rd Psalm Book Preview I discuss some details about how my new book, The 23rd Psalm: The Good Shepherd in the Temple of God came about.
I had only taught this Psalm about a half dozen times and never really felt I'd done it any justice.
Then one day, something clicked and a whole new understanding unfolded. I attempt to communicate a little of that in this audio.
You'll want to get a copy of this book to really appreciate the Psalm.
I didn't do much reading of other's materials because I didn't want their slant to overly influence this unique but very Biblical approach.
Even after I wrote the book and reviewed other sites and writings, they mostly had the usual comments.
So, I think it's safe to say, you won't find a similar approach to the 23rd Psalm as you will find in this book.