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THE GOLDEN CANDLESTICK : The Light of God Made Manifest (THE TABERNACLE SERIES : Book 5)! Isaac Dargan
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You may know of it as the Golden Menorah, as the Golden Lampstand, or as (it is referred to in the KJV Bible) the Golden Candlestick. But by whatever name you choose to call it, this item of furniture serves as a beautiful representation of how the light of God is made manifest through His various earthly vessels – namely the written Word of God, Jesus Christ (the Word made flesh) and His Body (the Church). But how is this light accomplished? And what all is involved? The instructions that were given to Moses concerning the construction and use of this item within the Tabernacle serve to answer these questions and much more. Everything about it has meaning. So, prepare to be amazed as we ...
THE JESUITS How They Control America Reginald Jacob Block
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This is a condensed version of my book titled, "THE JESUITS, Ordained Unto Condemnation, Roman Occupation of America and its Churches." It explains the agenda, strategies and tactics employed by the Jesuits to destroy the Protestant Reformation and take control of America. I explain that they were banned from more than 80 countries because of the many assassinations they were involved in, and their constant meddling in government, commerce, law and education. Today things have changed, and the Jesuits have been welcomed into American society with open arms. This book presents irrefutable evidence proving America is controlled by the Jesuits.
The Kings of Delusions B. C. Needham
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“We control the vertical. We control the horizontal.” There was a wild TV show years ago that said something like that. Now it’s true. We are a controlled, deluded, seduced people. We’re seduced by anything and everything. We may know a few of the culprits, a few kings, but not all, and we may never know them all. But we certainly are being played. Inside are my thoughts on who’s playing us, how many culprits there are, and how they do it. I’m sure, comrade, you can come up with many, many more of your own. Our controllers should not scare us. Catching them in action is our only line of defense. Ultimately they’ll all die and face our Creator just like us, though they seem to be un ...
The Laws of Cooking Part 1 Rabbi Yosef Ben Dovid
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Although the Torah makes frequent mention of the obligation of Shabbat observance, its importance and the severity of its violation, the Mishna in Masekhet Chagiga (10a) declares, "The laws of Shabbat are like mountains suspended by a hair." These halakhot, with which we will deal in this series, entail fundamental principles described by the Mishna as "mountains," all of which are "suspended by a hair," as the written Torah offers very little information concerning the halakhic details of Shabbat. It only alludes to them in various places, such that they can be determined only through Chazal's derashot (extrapolations from the text).
The Laws of Kashrut Rabbi Yosef Ben Dovid
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This course is intended to be a halakhic review of the laws of kashrut. I would like to offer an understanding of the meaning of kashrut within halakhic observance, as an introduction to the detailed laws we will be learning the rest of the year. In colloquial Halakho-lingo, kashrut refers to all the laws of forbidden foods. Properly speaking, the word "kosher" (kashrut is the generic noun) means "proper" - any item can be either kasher or pasul (fit or unfit) for a particular purpose. An upright individual is also called "adam kasher" in the Talmud. But we shall use the word in its usual connotation of the entire complex of laws governing what we may eat.
The Laws of Shabbat Rabbi Yosef Ben Dovid
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Although the Torah makes frequent mention of the obligation of Shabbat observance, its importance and the severity of its violation, the Mishna in Masekhet Chagiga (10a) declares, "The laws of Shabbat are like mountains suspended by a hair." These halakhot, with which we will deal in this series, entail fundamental principles described by the Mishna as "mountains," all of which are "suspended by a hair," as the written Torah offers very little information concerning the halakhic details of Shabbat. It only alludes to them in various places, such that they can be determined only through Chazal's derashot (extrapolations from the text).
The Mysterious Marks of the Apocalypse Steven E. Behrmann
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The Perfect Sacrifice Jim Floyd and Tyler Leigeb
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Have you ever heard that God turned his back on the Son? Or that Jesus had to suffer in hell in addition to dying on the cross? Many people teach that Jesus Christ had to die spiritually on the cross. However, the Bible points to a perfect sacrifice made by Jesus Christ. Does a spiritual death of Christ fit with what scripture says concerning Christ’s death? The answer to this question is of the utmost importance. This book will address the “Jesus died spiritually” teaching and how a spiritual death on the cross would affect the entirety of scripture and core doctrines. Special attention is given to the picture of baptism, communion, the types of Christ, the importance of the virgin bir ...
The Pursuit of Sanity Bryce Flint
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The Pursuit of Sanity At its core, life is the enterprise of discovery. We cannot help but absorb, pursue, and manage information. We cannot help but learn by what we observe and experience. We cannot help but think. We cannot help but seek to interpret the data of life. We cannot help but pursue the discovery of some means by which we can be fulfilled in life – to find significance for life. We pursue discovery because hard-wired into our nature is the need for life to make sense. Solomon, with the aid of his teaching tool, Ecclesiastes, artfully leads us to the conclusion that life can make sense – that we can attain sanity in and for life lived. It’s simply about discovering ...

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