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Date: Sep 16, 2020
Category: Teaching
Mystery Babylon and the Stone Kingdom, part 46—The education arm In yesterday’s blog we introduced the topic of what I call “the arms and legs” of Mystery Babylon. By this point in our studies of Mystery Babylon and the Stone Kin…
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Date: Sep 15, 2020
Category: Teaching
Mystery Babylon and the Stone Kingdom, part 45—The scope and breadth of secret global governance. The previous lecture (chapter 14) in this series was an interlude message because of the fact that it was delivered to the audience at our conference i…
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Date: Sep 14, 2020
Category: Current Events
…for sheriff in New Hampshire county In our Stone Kingdom Fellowship (SKF) meetings this past weekend, I related to my brothers and sisters-in-Christ how Asheville has changed in the past 20 years. There has been a great influx of people moving h…
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Date: Sep 11, 2020
Category: Teaching
Mystery Babylon and the Stone Kingdom, part 44—Awake, awake; put on thy strength, O Zion Back to where we left off in Isaiah 52; the terms “Zion” and “the daughter of Zion” refer to God’s Israel people in the latter day…
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Date: Sep 9, 2020
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Mystery Babylon and the Stone Kingdom, part 43— An unknown but major Bible theme. Welcome back, picking up where we left off, we are marching through the various proofs that one of the reasons Jesus came was to bring national salvation to Israel. A…
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Date: Sep 8, 2020
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Mystery Babylon and the Stone Kingdom, part 42—What do we mean by national salvation? Hello and thank you for reading! At this point in our overall series, we have completed our perusal of how history shows the fall of Nebuchadnezzar’s ancient…
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Date: Sep 7, 2020
Category: Teaching
Mystery Babylon and the Stone Kingdom, part 41—The challenge of inescapable alternatives We pick up where we left off with a refresher on the quote from Cardinal Edward Manning, a convert from the Church of England to Romanism, who wrote of this &…
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