Nov 9, 2015
In this 34 minute study of Hebrews, Mark Horton discusses the "bombshell" the writer of Hebrews reveals about the old covenant, that is referred to as the Law of Moses and was associated with the tabernacle, will soon disappear. When did it end? Was it at the cross with the death of Jesus?
Oct 24, 2015
In this 32 minute study, we find the use of the term "covenant" is used in Hebrews for the first time. A new and better covenant with the house of Israel and Judah is imminently ready to make the old one obsolete and ultimately vanish.
Oct 10, 2015
In this 31 minute study, Mark Horton gives some historical background for Hebrews chapters 8, 9 and 10. God inparted his infinite attributes to finite man through Jesus. What could be easier than that to understand?
Oct 5, 2015
In this 13 minute report, Chuck Carlson and members of We Hold These Truths look behind the obvious to the escalating refugee problem in Syria and the Middle East. Honest observers will question the narrative being fed to the US public by the mainstream media and the US government.
Sep 28, 2015
In this 26 minute study, Mark Horton compares Jesus as a high priest forever to Melchizedek, who served as a type of Christ as his predecessors or successors were not recorded in the Bible.
Sep 25, 2015
It should be intuitively obvious to the most casual observer that the
USA has a war based economy, as evidenced by the size of its
military/industrial complex, its bloated defense budget and the serial wars it instigates. Overwhelming support for these wars, particularly those in the Middle
East to protect Israel, comes from millions of American Christian
Zionists. Here's an idea whose time has come...
Aug 31, 2015
In this four minute video, Chuck Carlson reveals a new threat from Vladimir Putin and Russia that our Christian Zionist friends will give a hearty "Amen" in response. Others may scratch their heads. Chuck learned this little known secret from missionaries who spent many years in and around Russia. Honest, we aren't making this up. Judge for yourself.
Aug 27, 2015
The Aaronic priesthood is revealed as imperfect and temporal while Melchizedek's priesthood is superior.
Aug 20, 2015
Melchizedek, king of Salem, and his relation to Abraham is discussed in this lesson by Mark Horton. We learn why Melchizedek received a tithe from Abraham even though his genealogy was not derived from the line of priests, the sons of Levi. And, we learn the significance of it.
Aug 16, 2015
In Israel, it's no secret that there are over 50 laws that discriminate against their Arab (Palestinian) citizens, and, that Palestinians living in the West Bank and Gaza are subject to military occupation laws. This is an Israel Social TV production in Hebrew with English subtitles that provides an excellent example of how the Israeli legal system really works, in less than five minutes. After destroying Palestinian orchards, the Jerusalem municipal authority says that gardens are to be planted where the orchards were, in preparation for a National Park.
Aug 13, 2015
The writer of Hebrews compares the old age to the new age that is coming with the destruction of Jerusalem resulting in a transfer from a physical Israel to a spiritual Israel. Abraham is the patriarch and Jesus is the physical and spiritual offspring.
Jun 29, 2015
In this study by Mark Horton, Moses is compared to Jesus. Moses was a servant in the household of God. Jesus was not a servant in the household of God, rather an heir of the household of God,
Jun 21, 2015
The old family of God was represented by Israel while the new family of God consists of all the followers of Jesus Christ whose kingdom is a spiritual one. Mark Horton's lesson helps unravel this mystery that causes divisions among Christians.
Jun 6, 2015
Mark Horton continues with our study of the book of Hebrews. We learn that Christ is superior because of His humanity. Also, Mark includes an interesting discussion on the concept of audience relevance. Was the book of Hebrews written for application by the audience reading it shortly after it was written or was it intended for application today, or both?
May 31, 2015
The basic theme of Hebrews
is found in the word "better" (used 13 times) describing the superiority of Christ in His person and work. Hebrews starts out with the
phrase "...in these last days spoken to us by His Son." Find out why this is troublesome to some Christians. Why not check out Mark
Horton's dynamic commentary of the book of Hebrews. The chart "Israel's Timeline" referenced by Mark in the study, can be seen here.