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Is the concept of the Christian trinity heretical? Is salvation (or the experience of being born again) an event or a multi-step process? What is the difference between Trinitarianism and Oneness when it comes to how we understand God? How do the former questions play into our understanding of water baptism and the highly debated "baptism of the Holy Spirit"?
These are some of the questions that many believers continually wrestle with. When there are so many view points and perspectives available on these issue available it is hard not to wrestle with these questions. Frankly, the concept of the trinity is one of the most poorly understood concepts among Christians that claim to hold to that doctrinal position. It is with the goal of tackling a number of foundational questions of the Christian faith that this series is being aired.
This program is the first part of a conversation on these subjects. Topics that will be addressed include the debate of trinity versus oneness, the true meaning of salvation, the meaning of water baptism, and the proper understanding of the "baptism of the Holy Spirit". Without doubt this will be a controversial series, but it is my prayer that it answers a lot of questions and brings clarity to the many interwoven issues involved in address these subjects.
You can read the blog article addressing these subjects at http://bridemovement.blogspot.com/2014/12/the-misunderstanding-of-oneness.html.
This is the sermon teaching by Rev. William Branham on the 7th seal. This is the commencement of the 2nd coming of the Lord. It seems between the sixth and seventh seal there are 7 vials and judgements. During this period there will be great geological and civil disturbances.
This is teaching sermon on the first seal based on Rev. 6:1-12. The first seal was loosed during the third church dispensation period (312-606). The first beast (living creature) symbolizes the Lion, which means the original word. The first horse rider (antichrist) was crowned at the Nicean Counsel (325 A.D.)
The third seal commences with the black horse rider being loosed. The third beast in Rev. 6:5-6 represents man-wisdom. This took place about 1500 A.D. The balances in the riders hand represents the Catholic church charging for indulgences of sin and for prayers, which is still practised today. This became more prominent through Pope Leo X. St. Luther protested these unscriptural teachings between 1505 and 1520. Recommended reading is the Third Seal Para. 147,150-157, 295-299,305-336.
This is the sermon teaching on the fourth seal. Rev. 6:8, "So I looked, and behold, an ashy pale horse [[a]black and blue as if made so by bruising], and its rider’s name was Death, and Hades (the realm of the dead) followed him closely. And they were given authority and power over a fourth part of the earth to kill with the sword and with famine and with plague (pestilence, disease) and with wild beasts of the earth. During the Great Tribulation period, up to 2.5 billion people could be killed by tsunamis, volcanos, war such as missile and atomic attacks. We must keep in mind, that at least the first 6 seals overlap throughout a culmination of the ages and are still in effect into our generation.
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