Truth in History

Charles A. Jennings

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The Book Of Zechariah - Part 5

The Book Of Zechariah - Part 5 by Charles A. Jennings

1h 0m
Aug 04
The Book Of Zechariah - Part 4

The Book Of Zechariah - Part 4 by Charles A. Jennings

43m
Aug 04
The Book Of Zechariah - Part 2

The Book Of Zechariah - Part 2 by Charles A. Jennings

58m
Aug 04
The Book Of Zechariah - Part 3

The Book Of Zechariah - Part 3 by Charles A. Jennings

52m
Aug 04
The Book Of Zechariah - Part 1

The Book Of Zechariah - Part 1 by Charles A. Jennings

52m
Aug 04
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

57m
Jun 22
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.

55m
May 22
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.

43m
May 15
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.

1h 2m
May 15
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.

51m
Apr 10
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.

1h 1m
Mar 27
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.

56m
Mar 09
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.

40m
Feb 27
Emaciated Religion - The Opiate Of The Masses

Emaciated Religion - The Opiate Of The Masses by Charles A. Jennings

1h 3m
Feb 15
The Seventy Weeks

Robert Caringola is a minister who holds a B.A. in History from the University of Arkansas, Little Rock, and was accepted into Phi Alpha Theta, a history honors fraternity. His ministerial office is that of a teacher in the five-fold ministry (Eph. 4:11). He has prepared for a decade to repair the breach in the interpretation of Daniel's seventy weeks.

1h 19m
Feb 07
The Six Seals

Robert Caringola is a minister who holds a B.A. in History from the University of Arkansas, Little Rock, and was accepted into Phi Alpha Theta, a history honors fraternity. His ministerial office is that of a teacher in the five-fold ministry (Eph. 4:11). He has prepared for a decade to repair the breach in the interpretation of Daniel's seventy weeks.

1h 15m
Feb 07
The five trumpets

Robert Caringola is a minister who holds a B.A. in History from the University of Arkansas, Little Rock, and was accepted into Phi Alpha Theta, a history honors fraternity. His ministerial office is that of a teacher in the five-fold ministry (Eph. 4:11). He has prepared for a decade to repair the breach in the interpretation of Daniel's seventy weeks.

1h 19m
Feb 07
Second Woe and Little Bo

Robert Caringola is a minister who holds a B.A. in History from the University of Arkansas, Little Rock, and was accepted into Phi Alpha Theta, a history honors fraternity. His ministerial office is that of a teacher in the five-fold ministry (Eph. 4:11). He has prepared for a decade to repair the breach in the interpretation of Daniel's seventy weeks.

1h 19m
Feb 07
The Woman and the Dragon

Robert Caringola is a minister who holds a B.A. in History from the University of Arkansas, Little Rock, and was accepted into Phi Alpha Theta, a history honors fraternity. His ministerial office is that of a teacher in the five-fold ministry (Eph. 4:11). He has prepared for a decade to repair the breach in the interpretation of Daniel's seventy weeks.

1h 19m
Feb 07
The Antichrist

Robert Caringola is a minister who holds a B.A. in History from the University of Arkansas, Little Rock, and was accepted into Phi Alpha Theta, a history honors fraternity. His ministerial office is that of a teacher in the five-fold ministry (Eph. 4:11). He has prepared for a decade to repair the breach in the interpretation of Daniel's seventy weeks.

1h 17m
Feb 07
The Seven Vials

Robert Caringola is a minister who holds a B.A. in History from the University of Arkansas, Little Rock, and was accepted into Phi Alpha Theta, a history honors fraternity. His ministerial office is that of a teacher in the five-fold ministry (Eph. 4:11). He has prepared for a decade to repair the breach in the interpretation of Daniel's seventy weeks.

59m
Feb 07
144 Thousand

Robert Caringola is a minister who holds a B.A. in History from the University of Arkansas, Little Rock, and was accepted into Phi Alpha Theta, a history honors fraternity. His ministerial office is that of a teacher in the five-fold ministry (Eph. 4:11). He has prepared for a decade to repair the breach in the interpretation of Daniel's seventy weeks.

59m
Feb 07
The Seven Churches

Robert Caringola is a minister who holds a B.A. in History from the University of Arkansas, Little Rock, and was accepted into Phi Alpha Theta, a history honors fraternity. His ministerial office is that of a teacher in the five-fold ministry (Eph. 4:11). He has prepared for a decade to repair the breach in the interpretation of Daniel's seventy weeks.

57m
Feb 07
Rapture Refutation

Robert Caringola is a minister who holds a B.A. in History from the University of Arkansas, Little Rock, and was accepted into Phi Alpha Theta, a history honors fraternity. His ministerial office is that of a teacher in the five-fold ministry (Eph. 4:11). He has prepared for a decade to repair the breach in the interpretation of Daniel's seventy weeks.

58m
Feb 07
catholic convent 01

Sister Charlotte's personal testimony as a Roman Catholic Nun living in a convent.

5m
Feb 06
catholic convent 02

Sister Charlotte's personal testimony as a Roman Catholic Nun living in a convent.

4m
Feb 06
catholic convent 03

Sister Charlotte's personal testimony as a Roman Catholic Nun living in a convent.

4m
Feb 06
catholic convent 04

Sister Charlotte's personal testimony as a Roman Catholic Nun living in a convent.

5m
Feb 06
catholic convent 05

Sister Charlotte's personal testimony as a Roman Catholic Nun living in a convent.

4m
Feb 06
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Sister Charlotte's personal testimony as a Roman Catholic Nun living in a convent.

5m
Feb 06