National Geographic, the Church, and Israel support the wrong tomb! Why? Because the REAL Tomb, the Garden Tomb, is in Palestinian territory, and they can’t make money on it. Ha!
This film does a devastating critique of Discovery Channel’s “The Lost Tomb of Jesus” (produced by Avatar director James Cameron – Who else!) The same scholars who were interviewed in this documentary are interviewed here. Many of them express their dismay over how they were taken out of context to make it appear that they think the supposed lost tomb of Jesus was authentic.
What explanation can be given for the empty tomb of Jesus of Nazareth? The New Testament records the first-century event: The disciples of Jesus reported that he was risen from the dead, while Roman soldiers were paid to claim his followers secretly removed him from the tomb.
After 2,000 years, the latest challenge to the historical resurrection of Jesus comes in the form of a bone box discovered in Jerusalem. The recent documentary The Lost Tomb of Jesus has popularized the hypothesis that Jesus’ followers stole his body from the tomb by suggesting that the bone box inscribed with “Jesus son of Joseph” may contain the remains of Jesus of Nazareth. Continue reading “Discovery Channel Slithers Low to Gutter Science Again – About the “Lost” tomb of Jesus”
Thousands of Americans went to Ephesus to pray in a congress to “bind the power of the goddess of Diana”. Such total nonsense, but people do believe it and act upon it, instead of going into all the world to preach the Gospel to every creature.
God bless Gonz again rightly dividing the Word, analysing the Podesta Emails and some 40 references with Rick Warren, and his connections with Hillary Clinton, McCain, Obama, and other NWO globalists.
1. God didn’t stop Adam & Eve in the Garden when they made the wrong choice. He had to let them do it. But He punished them, He rewarded them accordingly, according to their works & lies & evil doings & disobedience!
2. A lot of people are not neutral, they simply haven’t yet made a final decision because they haven’t had the full benefit of all the Truth. They haven’t had a real chance to know the Truth, so therefore they can’t yet be held responsible by God. So God gives them a chance to hear the good thing, the right thing, the real thing, & from then on they have a choice & are compelled to make a decision.
3. Sometimes when you are trying to make a decision, the Devil fights extra hard & the Lord allows him to make it that way to test you, to see if you’re going to give up even before you get started! Sometimes you think something the Lord may be asking of you is going to be complete Hell & that you’re not going to be able to take it. It may seem like it’s going to be that way, but things are rarely as hard in reality as you think they’re going to be beforehand.
4. Whenever you have a decision to make, you’ve got to decide whether it’s going to bear good fruit or bad fruit. Maybe it’s going to bear both good fruit & bad fruit, maybe it’s going to help one person but it’s going to hurt someone else, so you’ve got to decide what’s going to bear the best fruit. Is it going to bear more good fruit than bad fruit? Most decisions aren’t all that clear cut; it’s not either going to be all bad or all good, it’s usually a little of both. But all things will work together for good in the end for those who love the Lord.
5. When there is a difficult choice you have to decide on the basis of what will bring the best results. If it’s a clear black-&-white question, then you don’t have any problem, you pretty much know what to decide. But it’s difficult to make decisions where you have to weigh the consequences & see that maybe it’s good in this respect, but it’s not so good in that respect, it’s good in one thing, but it’s not so good in another. Then we have to balance them & decide which is best & what’s going to bear the best fruit.
6. Life is a learning process!–And you don’t learn it by snapping your fingers or suddenly getting an injection!–Or like you’ve seen in some of these sci-fis where they put a skull cap on one guy & drain his brain & put all of his knowledge in somebody else’s head, blah blah. Wouldn’t that be nice? It would be so easy! But look what you would miss!–This trial-&-error process, this trying-&-learning process!
7. Choose: the attainment of man or the atonement of Christ.
The wicked flee when no man pursueth: but the righteous are bold as a lion ( Pro.28:1 ).
1. “Shy” is just “I” with a “sh” before it. Shyness is really I-ness. The shy person is so busy thinking about himself that he says “sh” to any other subject.
2. If you never stick your neck out, you’ll never get your head above the crowd.
3. He who begs timidly courts refusal.
4. He that is overcautious will accomplish little.
5. When you’re Christ-conscious you’re not self-conscious!
6. The roots of shyness are really in pride.
7. Stand upright, speak thy thought, declare
Because they have no changes, therefore they fear not God ( Ps.55:19 ).
1. God doesn’t change, but He’s constantly changing methods & modes & tactics & even people! If you’re without changes, then you fear not God!
2. When anything begins to hinder more than it helps, it’s time to abolish it!
3. When you’re through changing, you’re through.
4. If you want to put the World right, start with yourself.
5. The Love Revolution has got to keep turning & changing & moving every minute with something new.
6. Let him that would move the World first move himself.
7. A new broom sweeps clean.
Who comforteth us in all our tribulation, that we may be able to comfort them which are in any trouble, by the comfort wherewith we ourselves are comforted of God ( 2Cor.1:4 ).
1. He gives me joy in place of sorrow,
He gives me love that casts out fear,
He gives me sunshine for my shadow,
And beauty for ashes dear!
2. O Joy, that seeketh me through pain,
I cannot close my heart to thee
I trace the rainbow through the rain,
And feel the promise is not in vain,
That morn shall tearless be.
3. When all our hopes are gone & all seems to fail, even when our dreams are shattered & our ships come home with broken sails, we still have Jesus!–And He’s all we need!
4. Jesus still remembers when the World forgets.
5. I sometimes tremble on the Rock, but the Rock never trembles under me.
6. Earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal.
7. God’s tomorrow, God’s tomorrow!
Every cloud will pass away,
With the dawning of that day!
God’s tomorrow! No more sorrow!
For I know that God’s tomorrow,
Will be brighter than today!
Making the Word of God of none effect through your tradition ( Mk.7:13 ).
1. Thank God for all true churches of Jesus Christ, whatever their denomination.
2. A seminary is usually a cemetery for faith.
3. Organised Christianity has probably done more to retard the ideals that were its Founder’s than any other agency in the world.
4. Let’s not get as self-righteous as the churchy system who condemn us totally just because we are not like them. Let’s not get so Holier-than-thou that we condemn even the few good things that are still left in the System.
5. The people who have joined the Church System have stepped out of the action in the arena, into the onlookers of the grandstand.
6. The first thing that old church will do, is start by criticising you.
7. There are no second-generation Christians. Every new generation either has to personally drop out or cop out.
Jesus said that the Kingdom of God is like a man who goes out and sows seed. This is the incredible story of Frank Jenner and how God used him in George Street, Sydney, to spread the good news of Jesus around the world. God bless you and empower you to be a bold and unembarrassed witness of Jesus Christ. This updated version of the story of Frank Jenner is based on the book “Jenner of George Street” by Dr Raymond Wilson.
Frank Arthur “Bones” Jenner (surname often misspelled Genor; 2 November 1903 – 8 May 1977) was an Australian evangelist. His signature approach to evangelism was to ask people on George Street, Sydney, “If you died within 24 hours, where would you be in eternity? Heaven or hell?”
Born and raised in England, he contracted African trypanosomiasis at the age of twelve and suffered from narcolepsy for the rest of his life. After some time, he joined the Royal Navy, but deserted in New York and joined the United States Navy. When he was 24, he deserted again while in Australia. He subsequently worked for the Royal Australian Navy until he bought his way out in 1937.