In this PodCast we will be discussing ‘What is Idolatry’ toward God.
Did you know that Idolatry and Adultery are the same in God’s eyes? How about the story of Abraham destroying all his fathers Idols? or That praying to an inanimate object is Idolatry even if you do it toward God. In this PodCast we will be discussing these questions and much more.
In this PodCast we will be discussing the Sabbath of the Lord.
Most of Christianity believe it is Sunday, some believe it is Saturday, yet neither of these is correct. In this video we will explain what and when the Sabbath of the Lord is and how to keep it. You may be surprised to find out that it is not a day of the week.
In this PodCast we will be discussing the Video “The Firm Proof of the Creator” which is located on the home page of www.theFirmament.org
In Luke 21:25, Jesus said “… there shall be signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars; and upon the earth distress of nations, with perplexity; the sea and the waves roaring.” In this video we will be discussing those signs, when they occur and what they mean.
What words would you use to describe the message given during Biden’s State of the Union speech? He would like it to have been a message of optimism and strength, jobs and democracy. But to many watching the ‘show’, the message of chaos, confusion, division and crisis is much more appropriate. Not just from the words, but from the interactions.
A World in Crisis
Biden sauntered into his speech by declaring America is the ‘only country that has emerged from every crisis stronger’, and that ‘that‘s what we’re doing again’ referring to the COVID-19 pandemic. But this isn’t the only crisis he acknowledged on Tuesday. From here Biden covered the debt crisis, the climate crisis even calling it an existential threat, the mental health crisis, the opioid and fentanyl crisis, violence in America and abroad, food insecurity on a worldwide scale and unbearable healthcare costs.
On February 7th, 2023, Biden will give the annual State of the Union (SOTU) speech. Each year, the US president presents their past achievements and upcoming agendas. Their perspective of the State of the Union is typically ‘strong’. But is it?