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The Tabernacle Today is a podcast maintained by The Tabernacle, an SBC Baptist Church located in Danville, VA. This podcast contains sermons and audio recorded live during our Sunday Worship Service and our Wednesday Bible Study. We pray that this ministry is a blessing for you! To view our full Sunday Livestream, or to learn more about us, check out our social media platforms: Connect with us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/thetabernaclefamily Check out our YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/ch ...
 
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Today's Torah Reading with Nita Luttrell

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Today's Torah Reading with Nita Luttrell

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Nita Luttrell presents the traditional Torah Portions and commentaries from various Messianic rabbis to help get your weekend Sabbath started. "Today's Torah Reading" is presented by The Rock Radio Network, a bilingual Bible teaching network centered in San Juan, Puerto Rico. We can be heard on our two live online streams and on WBMJ (AM-1190) San Juan Metro, WIVV (AM-1370) Vieques/VI, and WCGB (AM-1060) Juana Díaz/Ponce.
 
Life-Study of the Bible with Witness Lee is a 30-minute radio broadcast composed of excerpts from Witness Lee's spoken ministry that focuses on the enjoyment of the divine life as revealed in the Scriptures. The ministry portions are followed by a discussion of the portion presented, including questions and answers.
 
We’re told the same thing over and over. Christianity doesn’t fit with today’s culture. The thing is, it isn’t the culture saying it. It’s the church. We’ve done a great job figuring out what we’re not. Sometimes we forget what we are. We’re the saints, washed in the blood of the lamb. We’re sinners Jesus made holy. This defines us. There are places Christianity doesn’t fit with today’s culture because Christianity isn’t bound by culture. We’re free in Christ to be uncultured. Not against it ...
 
Unable to join us on Saturday mornings? Listen online! One of our goals is to spread to the nations, Torah teachings from a Messianic, Charismatic perspective. This podcast is one of the methods we are using to accomplish this. We have listeners in Bermuda, India, Kenya and other locations all over the world! We do ask that you please consider supporting our efforts as we spread God's word through the Internet. For more resources, please click on the following link: https://www.graftedin.com/
 
Experience behind-the-scenes stories and interviews relating to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Join Sarah Jane Weaver as she interviews Church leaders, members who are making a difference and writers from the Church News team.
 
This is Hebron Tabernacle Church's Podcast where, in a time when anything and everything is just a click away, we take a step back and focus on the principles of our faith.While exploring the question of “What would Jesus do?” in today’s media crazed world, we reflect on the changing state of family and community and what we can do to support and encourage them.
 
Praise Tabernacle started back in 1994 and has grown from 6 people (5 family members and 1 guest) , to a record of 340 recently. With meager beginnings our church has been a shining light to the hurting of our community. Today, we are a strong, vibrant and exciting fellowship of believers that loves our community. We hold fast to the belief that Christ died for everyone: the homeless, widowed, the rejected by society and even those who seem to have it all together. God is no respecter of per ...
 
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Senior members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have been contributing to the missionary efforts of the Church since the earliest days of the Restoration. Today the opportunities for senior missionaries are vast, and more missionaries are needed. Still, there are a lot of misconceptions about this important volunteer work. Today w…
 
Construction of the original Nauvoo Temple began in the spring of 1841 on a hilltop overlooking the Mississippi River. Early Latter-day Saints labored to build the temple, completing the sacred building after the martyrdom of the Prophet Joseph Smith. This episode of the Church News podcast explores the history and significance of the Nauvoo Temple…
 
Hello Internet! The Uncultured Saints are back for season three. Pastor Harrison Goodman and Pastor Eli Lietzau are joined by Erica Jacoby, Executive Director of Higher Things. She’s definitely here as a guest, and not to keep us hosts on task. Season 3 is here, and we’re talking about Christ. Christ in the Old Testament in fact! And up first we’re…
 
A group of youth makes fun of the prophet, Elisha. They call him, “Baldy.” It seems like a harmless, although snarky, comment. It would perhaps warrant a sharp reproof, but certainly nothing more than that. But what comes later is straight out of a horror movie. Bears from out of nowhere, mauling these young youths to death, tearing them limb from …
 
We all know this story. It is one of the bad ones, the fire and brimstone ones. This is one our favorite texts to club our neighbor over the head with the Law. Homosexuality, incest, unbelief, pillars of salt: It has it all, and it’s seemingly all about the Law. But it can’t just be about the Law. Jesus’ cross is for Lot and his daughters. It is fo…
 
What is worship? That really is the question that the Christian must figure out. What is worship? Why do we gather? Does it matter what we do and how we do it? These questions will never stop because the sinner always gets them wrong. This was true in the Garden in front of the Tree of Good and Evil. It was true in the tabernacle and later the Temp…
 
There are two big places in the Old Testament where Jesus is undeniably present and foreshadowed. One, of course, is the Passover Feast and the paschal lamb. The other is the Day of Atonement. This day, found in the middle of Leviticus is the center of worship for the Old Testament Israelites. It happened only once a year, but it was so important t…
 
What is to be done with a prophet who doesn’t want to be a prophet? What is to be done with a man who would rather die than see his enemies receive the Gospel of Christ Jesus? What is to be done with a scoundrel who even after he is raised out of the depths of Sheol, maybe even from death itself, still despises the things of forgiveness and life et…
 
Ever wondered what it would be like to be banished from the things of God just because of who you are? The Ethiopian Eunuch knew this all too well. Returning from his failed trip to Jerusalem, where he had hoped to worship the one true God, this man is faced with a God who is truly there for Him. His eunuch-ness had kept him, had prevented him, fro…
 
Naaman was a great man, even if he was a heathen. Everything that he had ever put his mind to he had accomplished. But he had done it all through the sweat of his own brow and the works of his own hands. Unfortunately, for the first time in his life, he is faced with something that he is powerless to defeat. But he receives a Word from a slave girl…
 
We find another scoundrel in the Old Testament. This is no surprise, of course, the Old Testament is littered with scoundrels, as is the New. Jacob had found it difficult to stand in the promises of God. He isn’t unique in this sin, for we all innately doubt the gracious promises of our Lord. We can’t for the life of us belief that these promises a…
 
In March 2020, as the coronavirus pandemic intensified across the globe, leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints turned their thoughts to full-time missionaries facing increasing health risks and nations about to close borders. They began returning missionaries to their home nations and reimagining the work. This episode of the C…
 
Back by unpopular demand, the Uncultured Saints brings you Season Deux: Parables. You might have heard it said that parables are “earthly stories with a heavenly meaning.” Maybe this is true, but perhaps a better way to look at them is as “mysteries of the kingdom of heaven.” And if they are mysteries then they can’t be about ethics or morals….thou…
 
A man goes out to sow. He doesn’t seem like he is very good at his job, just throwing caution and seed to the wind. The seed falls everywhere: on the path to be eaten, on the rocks and amongst thorns to quickly die, and yes, some falls on the good ground, too. You would think that the sower would be more careful with His seed. You would think that …
 
More sowing, just like the last time. Except here there is just a field; a field with good seed sown by a good man. But then his enemy comes and sows tares amongst the wheat; right overtop, intertwined. What’s to be done? That is the question the servants want to know. They see the problem and they want it fixed. But the man says, “No.” The time is…
 
A man and his pearl. I suppose the only way that you can tell how much value something has is to see how much someone is willing to pay for it. For the man in our text this pearl that he finds is worth more than anything, literally. He goes and sells all that he has and then buys it. The previous man did the same with a field where buried treasure …
 
A billion quadrillion dollars, that is how much the first guy owed the king. More than could ever be paid, but he thinks that he is good for it. He is sure that he could pay it back. So when his debt is released he doesn’t see it as grace, but as something he deserved; or perhaps he believed that he pulled one over on the king. And that is why he g…
 
Don’t read this parable without reading the set up, otherwise you will get it wrong. And we often time get it wrong. “What must I do to inherit eternal life?” we ask. Well, if that is our question then the answer will be one that is too great to follow. “Be the Good Samaritan, to everyone that you meet, all the time, 24/7, with no exceptions. Do th…
 
Another parable of warning; of warning, but of great comfort too. A wedding feast is prepared. Good food and good drink for all to come and enjoy. You would think that the invitation would be enough, that we wouldn’t have to be reminded. But the self-righteous sinner doesn’t care all that much for a wedding feast in which things are given out for f…
 
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