• 01:31

    "Table Talk" Study Hour - Episode 15

    in Education

    Ray Goodwin and Carolyn Yeager read and comment on the Nov. 19-Dec 14, 1941 dinner table monologues by the German Leader, as taken down in shorthand by trusted aide, attorney Heinrich Heim. Topics included in this episode:



    The Struggle for Power, the necessity to follow Nature's laws, and the peculiar German sense of duty;
    Hitler tells stories about the Party's rally in Coburg in 1922, theVolkischer Beobachter NSDAP newspaper, and the reason for uniforms;
    On Germans married to Jews, and the Jewish role as a destroyer;
    Highest aim of every man should be the preservation of the species;
    Catholic Church better at appreciating culture and beauty than the Protestant.

  • 00:30

    Corpus Christi - Body and Blood of Jesus

    in Christianity

    In this reairing, blogger Sacerdotus speaks on the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ or "Corpus Christi."  He explains the significance of this great feast day of the Church which commemorates the Holy Eucharist.  


    Catholics believe that the Holy Eucharist is truly the Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus Christ. Sacerdotus explains how this is possible by using Sacred Scripture, Tradition, Science and Philosophy.  He explains why bread and wine were used as the matter for the Sacrament and why it makes sense to use it. 


    Many Protestants believe the Holy Eucharist is merely a symbol.  Sacerdotus explains why Christ was serious when He introduced this great Sacrament to humanity. He never intended this Sacrament to be a mere symbol, but His True Presence on Earth under the appearance of Bread and Wine.  


    The Solemnity was celebrated on Thursday June 19, 2014, but many dioceses around the world celebrate it on Sunday, June 22 in order to have more people participate in the celebration. 

  • 00:30

    Corpus Christi

    in Christianity

    In this episode, blogger Sacerdotus speaks on the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ or "Corpus Christi."  He explains the significance of this great feast day of the Church which commemorates the Holy Eucharist.  


    Catholics believe that the Holy Eucharist is truly the Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus Christ. Sacerdotus explains how this is possible by using Sacred Scripture, Tradition, Science and Philosophy.  He explains why bread and wine were used as the matter for the Sacrament and why it makes sense to use it. 


    Many Protestants believe the Holy Eucharist is merely a symbol.  Sacerdotus explains why Christ was serious when He introduced this great Sacrament to humanity. He never intended this Sacrament to be a mere symbol, but His True Presence on Earth under the appearance of Bread and Wine.  


    The Solemnity was celebrated on Thursday June 19, 2014, but many dioceses around the world celebrate it on Sunday, June 22 in order to have more people participate in the celebration. 

  • 00:28

    The Passover, the Communion, and the 4 Views (Part 1)

    in Religion

    As many of  you know, today is also Passover -- the holiday on which the Jews commemorate their deliverance from Egypt. There is a special connection between the Passover of the Jews and the Christian faith because the meal that we refer to as Jesus’ “Last Supper” with his disciples was actually a Passover meal. It was at this last supper that Jesus Christ instituted the ordinance of communion (or the Lord’s supper) and commanded that it be done in remembrance of Him. That communion ordinance is what we are going to celebrate today.
     
    Dr. John MacArthur said, “This final Passover was the first Communion. This is epic, this is massive, this is monumental, this is a turning point in all redemptive history. To put it another way, this evening Jesus brings to an end the Old Covenant and the Old Testament and inaugurates the New Covenant and the New Testament. He goes from Passover, the last legitimate Passover, to the Lord’s table, the first new memorial feast. He ends millennia of a celebration looking back to God’s delivering power in Egypt and inaugurates a new memorial, looking back to the cross and the deliverance far greater accomplished there.”
      
    Now, there is some confusion among believers about "the Lord's supper." So, by the grace of God, before we take communion, I want to do some teaching to clear up the confusion that some folks have regarding communion. We are going to start by reading all four passages of Scripture regarding the instituting of the Lord's Supper.


    TEXTS: Matthew 26:26-29; Mark 14:22-24; Luke 22:14-20; 1 Corinthians 11:23-32


    ...

  • 00:25

    The Passover, the Communion, and the 4 Views (Part 2)

    in Religion

    As many of  you know, today is also Passover -- the holiday on which the Jews commemorate their deliverance from Egypt. There is a special connection between the Passover of the Jews and the Christian faith because the meal that we refer to as Jesus’ “Last Supper” with his disciples was actually a Passover meal. It was at this last supper that Jesus Christ instituted the ordinance of communion (or the Lord’s supper) and commanded that it be done in remembrance of Him. That communion ordinance is what we are going to celebrate today.
     
    Dr. John MacArthur said, “This final Passover was the first Communion. This is epic, this is massive, this is monumental, this is a turning point in all redemptive history. To put it another way, this evening Jesus brings to an end the Old Covenant and the Old Testament and inaugurates the New Covenant and the New Testament. He goes from Passover, the last legitimate Passover, to the Lord’s table, the first new memorial feast. He ends millennia of a celebration looking back to God’s delivering power in Egypt and inaugurates a new memorial, looking back to the cross and the deliverance far greater accomplished there.”
      
    Now, there is some confusion among believers about "the Lord's supper." So, by the grace of God, before we take communion, I want to do some teaching to clear up the confusion that some folks have regarding communion. We are going to start by reading all four passages of Scripture regarding the instituting of the Lord's Supper.


    TEXTS: Matthew 26:26-29; Mark 14:22-24; Luke 22:14-20; 1 Corinthians 11:23-32


    .....

  • 00:16

    The Passover, the Communion, and the 4 Views (Part 3)

    in Religion

    As many of  you know, today is also Passover -- the holiday on which the Jews commemorate their deliverance from Egypt. There is a special connection between the Passover of the Jews and the Christian faith because the meal that we refer to as Jesus’ “Last Supper” with his disciples was actually a Passover meal. It was at this last supper that Jesus Christ instituted the ordinance of communion (or the Lord’s supper) and commanded that it be done in remembrance of Him. That communion ordinance is what we are going to celebrate today.
     
    Dr. John MacArthur said, “This final Passover was the first Communion. This is epic, this is massive, this is monumental, this is a turning point in all redemptive history. To put it another way, this evening Jesus brings to an end the Old Covenant and the Old Testament and inaugurates the New Covenant and the New Testament. He goes from Passover, the last legitimate Passover, to the Lord’s table, the first new memorial feast. He ends millennia of a celebration looking back to God’s delivering power in Egypt and inaugurates a new memorial, looking back to the cross and the deliverance far greater accomplished there.”
      
    Now, there is some confusion among believers about "the Lord's supper." So, by the grace of God, before we take communion, I want to do some teaching to clear up the confusion that some folks have regarding communion. We are going to start by reading all four passages of Scripture regarding the instituting of the Lord's Supper.


    TEXTS: Matthew 26:26-29; Mark 14:22-24; Luke 22:14-20; 1 Corinthians 11:23-32


    .....

  • 01:06

    4 Views of the Lord's Supper

    in Religion

    Sunday Evening Evangelistic Message #152

    TEXT: 1 Corinthians 11:23-31

    Daniel Whyte III shares a special message explaining three wrong views of the Lord's Supper (Communion) and the correct, Biblical view of the Lord's Supper. The three wrong views of the Lord's Supper are: the Roman Catholic view (transubstantiation), the Lutheran view (consubstantiation), and the Reformed (Calvinist) view. The correct, biblical view is the Memorial view.

    MUSICAL SELECTION: "Let Us Break Bread Together" by the Blind Boys of Alabama and "Blest Be the Tie that Binds" by Bill & Gloria Gaither

  • 02:36

    Can A Creature Create The CREATOR ???

    in Religion

    Walt Stickel Interviews Lorrie an EX-Cathloic 
     
    DO PRIESTS HAVE power to change the elements of bread and wine into the flesh and blood of Christ during the Mass ritual? Is this belief founded on the Scriptures?  The Roman Catholic position is summed up in these words: "In the celebration of the Holy Mass, the bread and wine are changed into the body and blood of Christ. It is called transubstantiation.
     
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  • 00:57

    CSTR- "John Chapter 6:30-71"

    in Spirituality

    We are in the Gospel of John Chapter 6 where Jesus teaches that He is the True Bread from Heaven but some of His followers did not understand and left Him. We too are prone to do that when we don't understand God we tend to reject or shun Him. But God knows what He is doing and we need to trust Him as we will see. Also, was Jesus speaking about transubstantiation? Listen live on Friday morning 1/18/13 from 10-11am with your host Joe Curtis. You can call into the broadcast or just listen live from your phone by dialing (347-324-5759) or on the internet at www.blogtalkradio.com/fougcrew or www.facebook.com/fougcrew & www.twitter.com/fougcrew as we continue a verse by verse, book by book, precept upon precept, teaching of the Bible. You can also listen to any past shows you may have missed by going on the website and scrolling down. Let's study and learn the Bible together as we will begin in the Gospel of John and continue through the Bible. Perhaps you can listen from your phone in your car (on hands free of course) to help ease your ride while driving during your busy day or from home on any computer or phone. God's Word can and will supernaturally change our lives! Hebrews 4:12 For the word of God is living and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the division of soul and spirit, and of joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart."

  • 01:01

    What Day is it Today?

    in Prayer

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    My Guest will be Walt Stickel from Mystery Babylon Radio
    CHRISTMAS-DECEMBER 25th-is the day designated on our calendars as the day of Christ's birth.  But is this really the day on which he was born?  Are today's customs at this season of Christian origin?  Or is Christmas another example of mixture between SUN Worship  and Christianity?  
        A look at the word "Christmas" indicates that it is a mixture.  Though it includes the name of Christ, it also mentions the "Mass." When we consider all of the elaborate ceremonies, prayers for the dead, transubstantiation rites, and complicated rituals of the Roman Catholic Mass, can any truly link this with the historical Jesus of the gospels?  His life and ministry were uncomplicated by such ritualism.  As Paul, we fear that some have been corrupted "from the simplicity that is in Christ" (2 Cor.11:3 ) because of SUN Worship influence upon such things as the Mass.  Looking at it this way, the word "Christ-mass" is self-contradictory.  

  • 01:01

    Grounded in the Word with Jacob Prasch

    in Religion

    A deeper look at the Paschal seder of the Old Testament and how the New Testament gives more insights into its meaning and fulfillment and future filfillment in the Marriage Supper of the Lamb.

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