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63 minutes | Oct 9, 2022
The Adoption Of Sons
I want to try to give a solid biblical definition of adoption. In order to understand the doctrine of adoption, we must go back to the Old Testament verse to what is under Tutors and Governors until the time appointed of the father. Even so, we would. be children were in bondage under the elements of the world. But when the fullness of the time was come, God sent forth, his son, made of a woman, made under the law. In Genesis, God tells Abraham that He was going to have a son and that boy turned out to be Isaac. And then Isaac and Rebecca had twins, Esau and Jacob, and the prophecy given to Rebecca is that the elder shall serve the younger. These sons can be adopted, and because they are sons, God has sent forth the Spirit of His son into your hearts. Jacob had 12 sons and it was preordained that he would be the leader and rule over his older brother Esau. In Genesis 35 Jacob has a change of name and Benjamin is born after Israel's name. Reuben, by right being the elder of the 12 sons, should have received the birthright. But this is what it says, that Rachel had died and she was the favorite wife. Jacob said to Reuben, You're not going to excel in this birthright. I'm going to give it to somebody else. Reuben's birthright, the way I see it, was divided among four other sons. His might would go to Joseph, his dignity to Levi, and his power to Judah. Genesis 48 is one of the most important books in the New Testament. In it, Jacob establishes his authority to do what he is getting ready to do. God Almighty appeared unto me at laws in the land of Canaan and blessed me and said unto me, I will make the fruitful and multiply thee, and I'll make of a multitude of people. The key word or the key thought is affection. He elevated them from grandson to son. These are my sons now, just as much as Reuben and Simeon and thy issue which thou beget is after them. In verse seven is the key word is favorite wife, favorite wife or beloved wife? Because Jacob loved Rachael more than he loved Leah? What's wrong with that? This is Jacob's Cross that's been part of the British Union Jack for a long, long time. In verse 15 and 16, we read this and he blessed Joseph and said, God before whom my fathers Abraham and Isaac did walk. And then in verse 16, this is what he said, the angel which redeemed me from all evil. God appeared under Jacob again when he came out of pay Dan Abram and blessed him. The angel of the Lord said to Joseph and Ephraim, let my name be named on them. Let these two boys be known as the children of Abraham, Isaac and Israel. And let them grow a declaration or decree of increase of children. In chapter 20 of the Bible, verse 21, Israel says, Behold, I die, but God shall be with you and bring you again into the land of your fathers. And in verse 22, he's giving Joseph's a blessing. Joseph is a fruitful bough. What is a bough about? It's a branch of a tree. Joseph and his two sons became the greatest, strongest tribes in northern Israel. They became known as the Northern House, the house of Israel, the House of Joseph. Ephraim was the leadership tribe of the Northern Kingdom. He had been adopted an elevated to Sonship so that the Lord can say he was my firstborn. In Romans, Paul says he could wish that himself were a curse from Christ for my brethren, my kinsmen, according to the flesh. He's talking about the house of Israel, the literal physical people, who are Israelites to whom pertain to the adoption. Jesus Christ paid the price for for adoption of Israel back unto himself. That's why we're Christians.
59 minutes | Sep 25, 2022
Book Report - On The Road To Armageddon
On the Road to Armageddon, a book written by Timothy P. Weber, looks at how evangelicals became Israel's best friends. What is the truth behind all of that? Has the evangelical world just gone absolutely mad? It's an important subject. And I wanted to give a source, an authoritative source for a lot of these beliefs and practices. William Miller calculated that Jesus was going to come in 1843, and this turned out to be what is called the Great Disappointment. Another movement emerged in the 1870s of dispensation Islam, which actually originated four decades earlier in Great Britain with John Nelson Darby. The Dispensation holism movement started with the Scofield reference Bible and Dispensationalism. In that Bible, Jesus taught that without a Jewish state, there could be no Antichrist, no great tribulation, no battle of Armageddon, and no second coming. This book explains what despondent dispensationalism is and why some evangelicals find it so appealing. John Nelson Darby divided the Bible into seven different eras or periods of time. At about the same time, Scofield was writing the notes in his Bible. Some people believe that it was actually financed by Jewish organizations because it promoted their point of view. C.I. Scofield and Darby capitalized on this, and also Scofield, coupled with visions of a young woman in Glasgow, Scotland, by the name of Margaret MacDonnell, saw this vision of people flying away and being called away in the sky. There was a prophetic conference held in New York in 1878, and some of the biggest names in Christianity began to be influenced. The idea caught on so fast that it got into Sunday school literature, adult Sunday school classes, and unlearned Sunday school teachers picked up on this and taught it to others because it was easy to just read a Sunday school quarterly. In the Evangelical dispensation, the future is when they run into the ditch. They have to have an Antichrist. Well, Hitler didn't work out. So look for someone else. Oh, some of them said it was FDR. Others said that the Antichrist was a Jew. So that was more or less the beginning of Zionism. Different men in this country are promoting the idea of them going back over there to the so-called Holy Land. Before 1948, Christian missionaries began to go to Israel, or what is now known as Israel. The Evangelical Mission Project started here in this country in Chicago. They offered sewing classes, cooking classes, singing classes, anything by which they could present the gospel. Well, it didn't work out that way, did it? One plan of salvation is for the Jews, and they do not need Jesus Christ. They don't need the blood of Christ for their salvation because they are saved under the old covenant of Moses. For the rest of us non-Jews, we need Jesus Christ. That's Plan B. Clyde Lott, a Pentecostal cattleman from Canton, Mississippi, raised what he thought was a heifer. It did not have any white hairs on it. And they named it Melanie or Melody. And all of a sudden, a white hair ended up on her tail, so she was disqualified. Then the Jews said, "No, the red heifer has to be born over there." Christians are falling for this foolish, downright stupid stuff. Revelation 21 - I saw a new heaven and a new earth, for the first heaven and the first earth had passed away. The emphasis is on the new Jerusalem, not the old Jerusalem. One woman on television has gone so goofy that she was raising money to buy uniforms for the Israeli army. But I'm sure that some silly soul sent her some money. This book gives an excellent overview of how the modern state of Israel came about, and I would recommend it to any person that is a serious Bible student and prophecy student to find this book and purchase it. This is my own personal copy, but I wanted to share this because it is the authoritative document to show and to give the truth about this whole Zionism movement and the evangelical involvement in it.
53 minutes | Sep 24, 2022
Can All Men Be Saved?
Can all men be saved? And when I say men, I mean mankind. The Lord is speaking in First Samuel 2:6-8. He said, "I form the light and create darkness." So he makes some poor, some rich, some high, some low. The Lord does that. I, the Lord, make peace and I create evil. The Lord makes the wicked for the day of evil. That tells me that God has all things under control. That he does presently, and he will in the future, control all things. In Leviticus 18:8 it says, "The nakedness of your father's wife shalt thou not uncover." In other words, ham had relations with his mother, and that was considered his father's nakedness. He took advantage of his mother, having sexual intercourse with her while Noah and his wife no doubt were drunk. He knew that his wife was pregnant by ham. So he cursed the child that was to be born. But yet, the child was not at fault. Because it was by divine order. God chose Isaac and rejected the older son, Ishmael, when usually the birthright went to the elder son. These are not children of God, but the children of the promise are counted for the seed, for this is the Word of promise. It was said, and to her the elder shall serve the younger as it is written. Paul is saying that God chose whether or not he would show mercy to Moses and compassion to the Israelites, and on whom he would have compassion. The only thing he asks us to do is to believe that God has chosen mercy for us. What if, God willing, he chose to show his wrath and to make his power known, endured with much long suffering? When he was alone, those that were with him asked him the parable. To you, it is given to know the mystery of the Kingdom of God; but to those that are without, all these things are done in parables. John 12:38-And how then will you know all the parables? In Isaiah's day, a prophet was prophesying the destruction of the land of Judah, and it was destined that those Jews, unbelieving Jews in Judah, be destroyed. In John 12, Jesus repeats that same prophecy and applies it to the people standing before him. John the Baptist knew who he was speaking to, for when the Pharisees came out to his baptism, he came right out and said it. He knew who they were. They were not going to be saved. In Matthew 12, verse 31, Jesus rebukes the Pharisees for blaspheming the Holy Ghost. Broad is the way that leads to death, destruction, and many that go that way. He tells them they will not come to me that you might have life. These days, this universalist concept, this egalitarian concept, well, we all just kind of tweak the Scripture and somehow the Lord lets us in. I don't think everybody will be saved, Paul said, not at this age or the next age. The Apostle Paul describes the utter wickedness of a generation. And we are repeating that generation of wickedness, of evil, and debauchery in our day in America. It fits our generation. What do you think about transgenderism? Could that be an indication of transgenderism changing their bodies against nature? Can those people be saved? Sex, perversion, mental perversion. God gave them up to affections. That was the condition, the moral condition in Rome, Corinth, Athens, and other cities of that time. And it's the condition of America today. There comes a point where God says, "I will give you up." I give up on that generation because they are worthy of death. Thessalonians tells us that Christ is coming back in flaming fire, taking vengeance on them, that no, not God and that they obey, not the Gospel of Jesus Christ. So folks, as the writer said, check up on yourselves to see whether you are in the faith. We thank you, Lord, for what you have done for us to show us the truth of salvation individually.
71 minutes | Aug 28, 2022
The Book Of Zechariah - Part 8
The Book Of Zechariah - Part 8 by Charles A. Jennings
81 minutes | Aug 28, 2022
The Book Of Zechariah - Part 7
The Book Of Zechariah - Part 7 by Charles A. Jennings
64 minutes | Aug 28, 2022
The Book Of Zechariah - Part 6
The Book Of Zechariah - Part 6 by Charles A. Jennings
60 minutes | Aug 4, 2022
The Book Of Zechariah - Part 5
The Book Of Zechariah - Part 5 by Charles A. Jennings
44 minutes | Aug 4, 2022
The Book Of Zechariah - Part 4
The Book Of Zechariah - Part 4 by Charles A. Jennings
58 minutes | Aug 4, 2022
The Book Of Zechariah - Part 2
The Book Of Zechariah - Part 2 by Charles A. Jennings
52 minutes | Aug 4, 2022
The Book Of Zechariah - Part 3
The Book Of Zechariah - Part 3 by Charles A. Jennings
52 minutes | Aug 4, 2022
The Book Of Zechariah - Part 1
The Book Of Zechariah - Part 1 by Charles A. Jennings
58 minutes | Jun 22, 2022
Are You Dead or Alive After Death?
Christian doctrine teaches that when a person dies, their soul either goes to heaven or hell. It has its roots in ancient Greek philosophers such as Plato mixed with Hellenistic culture and then blended with ancient Judaism. Is it pagan or is it Christian? We want to explore that subject today. For hundreds of years, the Church taught that the soul of man would have to be alive in order to go to a place called Purgatory. The Bible tells us that when God created Adam, he did not give him a soul. When God breathes into Adam, he became a living soul. He became a person. Adam's body, made out of the dust of the ground was there, but it was dead. So, what is your spirit? The spirit or the breath of life is that which God breathed into a person at conception. We have been taught for so long that as soon as a person dies, their soul goes immediately. If they're an unbeliever goes immediately to hell, or if they're a Christian, their souls go immediately to heaven. The pagan concept that has come into Christian doctrine is that your soul also is a spirit. And it has given rise to a lot of these modern-day prophets and prophets that go to heaven, sometimes weekly. An angel leading them around from mansion to mansion and taking them up on a big hill. Truth in History with Charles A. Jennings Website: http://truthinhistory.org Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/truth-in-history Apple Podcast: http://bit.ly/tih-apple Google Podcast: http://bit.ly/tih-android Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/74dydvrAwgPkrlKX1ADC3b?si=192cf13d0785407c Twitter: https://twitter.com/truthinhistory7
55 minutes | May 22, 2022
Will America Ever Repent
As I look across America and I listen to the depths of debauchery that is going on in our nation, in our government and being legalized it's being glorified. My question is, will America ever repent? I've never heard a biblical explanation from the major ministries in this nation. My opinion is that America will be severely judged and the body politic will be destroyed. This is not a prophecy, but it's my prediction that the body politic, governmental structure of America will be destroyed and the social structure will be destroy. When the righteous are in power the people rejoice; when the wicked beareth rule, they mourn.
44 minutes | May 15, 2022
The Word Made Flesh | Ten biblical proofs of the deity of Jesus Christ
In the first verse of the book of John, it reads, "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God." How did it become flesh? It became flesh as a result of miraculous conception. We claim Jesus was born of a virgin, but it was actually a virgin conception. That Jesus possessed. And his life, from his birth to his death, resurrection, and ascension. What other man has gone through all of that? So I'd want to go over 10 distinct events in Jesus' life that demonstrate his deity, his divinity. Jesus Christ was conceived by the Holy Spirit and born by the Virgin Mary, making Him God's only begotten Son. The Holy Spirit is mentioned.
63 minutes | May 15, 2022
Works vs Fruit
In Galatians chapter five, Paul talks about the works of the flesh and the fruit of the spirit. In this corrupt, wicked culture in which we live, he starts out with adultery and he says, fornication is uncleanness of all kinds. And he says that they which do such thing shall not inherit the Kingdom of God. I believe this transgender movement or fad that is going on in our country would come under the category of uncleanness changing that which God has made into another, which he did not make. I think that I'm on safe ground to say that our federal government and even some state governments are guilty of giving people licenses to commit iniquity or sin.
51 minutes | Apr 10, 2022
Melchisedec Is New Wine - Levi Is Old Bottles
Do you believe that when Jesus Christ came to this earth, he completed the work of salvation? No, or is there something else we have to do or must do? Or do we have to go all the way back to the Old Testament? To find our way out of this mess? Or do we believe that the New Covenant, when Jesus Christ said, "I will make a new covenant," fulfilled the old covenant of ordinances? Now, as I frequently do, I'd like to distinguish between the four categories of Old Testament law. There were four distinct categories. The law of ordinances was ranked first. That is the law to which I am referring today. That law has been completely repealed.
62 minutes | Mar 27, 2022
Melchisedec Does Not Need Old Jerusalem
I've been discussing the Order of Melchizedek, which is a very important topic in the Bible that has to do with the Lord Jesus Christ. There's a lot of truth about Melchizedek before Christ's time, before his bodily appearance on Earth, his birth, and so on. But now I want to talk about something that has become heresy in the church, and that heresy is people wishing to exalt the old city of Jerusalem. Melchizedek does not require Jerusalem's Old City. A third temple is unnecessary for Melchizedek. Nonetheless, many Christians today, particularly those associated with the charismatic movement, believe this. They've practically romanticized Jerusalem's old city. On television, you can see people preaching and going to the Wailing Wall and all that stuff, all in the name of attempting to make some kind of spiritual application of that old city. But, as you can see, the Melchizedek Order does not need that. Only the Levitical order required the old city of Jerusalem. And just Levi's command was required or required. A third temple, with additional animal sacrifices, was built today. And I'm going to try to be very explicit about the comparison between Levi and Melchizedek in our session today because we find it in the Old Testament in Second Chronicles, Chapter six, where Solomon is mentioned.
56 minutes | Mar 9, 2022
There Is None Greater Than Melchisedec
That is a big question concerning a lot of Bible students. Jesus Christ fulfills an office, a dual office, in the Book of Matthew Chapter 12. One of these days we will go back into the Old Testament and try to explain the order of Melchizedek. Now, that's a story within itself, but we're not going to go there today. We'll start in the New Testament. Jesus Christ proclaimed himself greater than all the Hebrew rituals of the Old Testament. The Pharisees in Jesus's day said, How dare you profane the Sabbath by letting your disciples eat the ears of corn on the Sabbath. And then he said, Right now you're looking at one that is greater than the temple. He said, One is greater.
40 minutes | Feb 27, 2022
Why Did Jesus Turn The Water Into Wine?
Why did Jesus make wine out of water? This is a narrative that we've all heard before. And we've been hearing it since Sunday school. There has never been a spiritual interpretation of this occurrence that I've ever heard. It's a lot more complicated than that. The Battle of the Kings is depicted in Genesis Chapter 14, and Abraham rescues and returns his nephew Lot. Melchizedek King of Salem brought forth bread and wine, and he was a priest of the Most High God, according to Genesis 14:18.
63 minutes | Feb 15, 2022
Emaciated Religion - The Opiate Of The Masses
Emaciated Religion - The Opiate Of The Masses by Charles A. Jennings
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