Morning Glory 08/07/20 - 1st Fridays And The Sacred Heart Of Jesus
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What Happens When You Die? ☠️????????
Have you ever wondered what happens when you die? The majority of Christian churches will not teach you what the Bibles really says about this.
What happens 2 minutes after you die? Is there life after #death? Is there reincarnation? What about karma? Answers can be found in the #Bible and they speak loudly from this episode: The Grave.
This episode will focus on the nature of man and what happens when you die. Great emphasis will be placed upon the reality that death is simply creation in reverse. The state of being during death is a simply unconscious rest awaiting the return of Jesus.
This is the seventh episode in the AWR Masterclass series called Unlocking Bible Prophecies. #UBP20 #Ep07. You can follow the series and interact LIVE at:
Ten years ago, Cami Oetman had a real encounter with God that would change her life forever. She was a successful entrepreneur at the time, and the transition wasn’t easy. However, the truth Cami will share in this series was so compelling that she knew every human being in the world should experience the love of Jesus as she had.
Within three years, she had preached 350 Bible presentations. Today, as a vice president for Adventist World Radio, Cami travels the world documenting the miracles that take place when people give their hearts to Jesus.
It may seem difficult to imagine yourself understanding Bible prophecy.
Cami couldn’t either. She had spent two decades in the modeling world — in front of and behind the camera. She had also used her master’s degree in social work to care for hospice patients. She then started a successful retail business. But no one can predict how they will react when they have a real experience with God!
Have you experienced the loss of a family member or a loved one? Have you ever found yourself questioning, what happens when you die? We often hear stories of people who have had death experiences; they recall seeing bright lights, visions of Heaven, and even having out-of-body experiences. There is much controversy surrounding the topic of life after death. There are a number of different beliefs that are held by Christians and non-Christians alike. Some believe that, after you die, your soul goes to Heaven or Hell. Others believe in reincarnation or that death is simply the end. The most reliable source we have, the Bible, provides us with a clear answer on what really happens after death.
Many of the beliefs that people have about death today originate from ancient Greek philosophy, which teaches that the soul is immortal– it can live separately from the body and have a life of its own. This means that even after we have died, we are able to think, feel, and communicate with those on Earth and in Heaven. In contrast, the Bible views death as creation, only in reverse. Ecclesiastes 12:7: “Then the dust will return to the earth as it was, and the spirit will return to God who gave it.” God does not allow the soul to keep living after the body has died, instead, He preserves their identity in His mind alone. Their spirit is returned to God in the form of His power.
The Bible consistently refers to death as a sleep, even Jesus himself acknowledges this in the account of Lazarus found in John 11:11-25. God promises that there will be no more pain and suffering in Heaven. If we were able to witness the problems our loved ones are facing on Earth while we are looking down on them, wouldn’t this bring more pain rather than joy? God in His mercy would rather let us sleep than allow us to watch helplessly as our loved ones continue their lives on Earth.
Satan uses these false ideas about death to deceive us. Fallen angels appear to us as messengers, impersonating dead friends and relatives in order to communicate with those who are seeking guidance from them. Many people find comfort in knowing that their loved ones are enjoying Heaven; and, without realizing it, they listen to evil spirits and devils. The Bible predicts that evil angels will give warnings and foretell the future– appearing to be reliable– so their false teachings are accepted. These angels will influence the nations of the world and lead them to end-time events. We should seek our information from the Bible only. Satan can only deceive those who give in to his temptations. Those who rely on God’s word and endeavor to follow the truth will be rescued. Jesus is available to you always; all you have to do is ask Him.
Coming to Christ | Acts 8-10 | Tyler Hamrick
Christianity is not a religion; it’s a relationship with Jesus Christ. We will see 3 characters in Acts 8-10 that will discover this truth - that doing religion without a relationship with Jesus is worthless.
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The Historical Jesus 4: Baptism and Temptations
Before he began his ministry, Jesus first had to receive John's baptism and then overcome Satan's temptations. After briefly explaining his baptism, Sean Finnegan goes into detail exploring why Satan's temptations were so tempting as well as what we can learn from Jesus' example. How does Jesus defeat Satan where Eve failed?
This is lecture 4 of 16 from The Historical Jesus: What the Bible Says about the Life of Christ.
This class will help you answer the question: Who is Jesus? Join Sean Finnegan as he teaches through the Gospels to help you understand the biblical life of Christ. This class will inspire you to love Jesus, teach you to follow Jesus, help you to understand Jesus, and empower you to navigate the Gospels on your own.
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Historical Jesus - 4 | Baptism & Temptations | Sean Finnegan
Pastor Sean Finnegan of New York continues his series on the historical Jesus. In this session, Sean takes up the matter of the baptism and temptations of Jesus. For more about Sean, visit
The Baptism and Temptations of Jesus - Episode 4
We find Jesus on the banks of a river, asking to be baptized. Yet the question must be asked, why would a sinless man need to be baptized? In Cross Connections we explore the meaning and the importance of Jesus' baptism.
4. Luke: Jesus' Baptism, Temptations & Manifesto | Fr. Dr. Clifton Lobo | X
Learning from our Saviour Himself, on how to lead our lives.
02:08 - Announcements
02:45 - Opening Prayer to the Holy Spirit
04:38 - Introduction
05:09 - Rapid-fire quiz
10:52 - Recap of previous class
13:16 - Significance of John's baptism
19:11 - Necessity of Jesus' baptism
24:36 - History of the rite of baptism
27:03 - Fulfillment of Isaiah's prophecies
30:04 - God's calls in the OT
40:16 - Jesus' Ancestors
40:45 - The Holy Spirit in the OT
42:57 - Confirmation of Jesus' Divinity and Humanity
46:40 - Jesus' Temptations
53:34 - Relevance of the 3 Temptations
1:03:15 - GROW model for a Manifesto
1:05:11 - SMART goal setting
1:06:42 - Jesus' Manifesto
1:10:14 - Works of Mercy
1:10:50 - Capital Sins and Corresponding Virtues, and final prayer
Jesus Baptism and Temptations, Historical Jesus Lecture - Sean Finnegan
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12. The Temptation of Jesus (Luke 4:1-13)
Immediately following his baptism, Jesus was led to the wilderness, the 'last Adam' facing a vastly greater test than the first. In a contest of profound mystery, he met his challenger, the one he would ultimately defeat at the cross.
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Lead Us Not into Temptation
In the prayer that Jesus taught us -- the Our Father -- the last line asking the Father to lead us not into temptation has often bewildered many. How and why would God lead us into temptation?
In this video clip from The Mass Readings Explained, Dr. Brant Pitre discusses this line from the Our Father to explain its meaning and clear the air about lead us not into temptation.
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Ian Hamilton: Chosen in Christ: God's Eternal Plan of Redemption
Few subjects provoke debate like the doctrine of election. As a result, many struggle to see the value of it for Christian living. Yet from a biblical perspective, the doctrine of election is intended to comfort God's people as well as magnify God's grace. In this session, Dr. Ian Hamilton shows why God's eternal plan to redeem His people for His glory is the basis for the work of Christ as our mediator, the foundation for the historical unfolding of the covenant of grace, and the ground for our hope in the gospel.
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What It Really Means to Pray “Our Father…” | Lent 2020
Brother Malachy shares how it just hit him one day, that to pray the Our Father really means that we are praying together as the Body of Christ. We never pray it alone.
It is “Our Father” and not “my father”, after all. We are all his adopted children if we are baptized in Christ. The idea of me and God is not Catholic. The Catholic religion that brings us into relationship with God brings us into the Body of Christ.
Brother Malachy tells a little story about a man who comes to the friary for food, but even if he’s too late for the meals he asks to pray with the friars. And he prays, “Padre Nuestro, que est en cielo” with his whole heart, head bowing, eyes closed, hands folded tightly. This brings home the reality even more for Brother Malachy, as he acknowledges that this man is his brother.
If you’re struggling to perceive the reality of God as Father, ask Jesus to reveal his father more intimately to you, and he will.
When you pray the Our Father, you’re not praying alone. You’re not praying to a God who is distant. You’re praying to the creator of your heart.
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Establish 101 L30HD CHRIST 03 – Jesus Baptism and Temptation
Establish 101 (KJV) Lesson 30 of the 40 Lesson Series presented by Dave Wright. This lesson focuses on Christ's temptation, baptism and early ministry. It focuses on Christ being God's promised Lamb that will take away the sin of the world as God's final sacrifice. Jesus is fully God and man, able to triumph over His and our enemies. He is the supreme owner and ruler of all and He alone is able to set us free.
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KEEP THE FAITH: Daily Mass for Hope and Healing | 8 Aug 20, Saturday | 18th Wk, Ordinary Time
This is KEEP THE FAITH: Daily Mass for Hope and Healing for this 8th of August, Saturday of the 18th Week in Ordinary Time.
To preside on this Eucharistic celebration is Rev. Fr. Patrick Falguerra of the Society of Jesus.
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