Presented by Walter Veith
Season 1, Episode 1
This lecture deals with the harmony and interdependence existing in the natural world. As the natural world is a lesson book on the character of God, the principles that we can learn there must also apply to us as individuals and to His Church.
2. Thou Art Mind
Dive into a typological assessment of the ownership that God claims over us through Creation and redemption.
3. 1844 in Type and Antitype
This typological study compares the experience of the ancient Israel of God with that of the Advent movement which calls a people out of the world into His great light.
4. 1888: On the Borders of Canaan
This typological study compares the experience of the children of Israel as they were on the borders of Canaan about to enter the Promised Land with the Advent movement in 1888.
5. No Time for Rebellion
As we retrace the steps of ancient Israel in type and antitype, we get a clearer view as to where we are in the stream of history.
6. Nothing But this Manna
The typology of heavenly bread in its physical and spiritual dimension serves as a lesson book for the children of God till the end of time.
7. Look and Live
The remedy for sin—the serpent on the pole erected by Moses—is the great message of righteousness by faith.
On the very borders of Canaan, one of the saddest chapters in the history of Israel took place. Enter the story and even learn about an antitypical emulation of this event recorded for posterity.
9. Laodicea-The Piercing Look
We have a tendency to always give an external application of the message, when in fact the message is personal. The Laodiciean message tells us the true condition of our heart: spiritual blindness and poverty.
10. Am I My Brother's Keeper?
It is easy to love the truth, love Christ, and be enthralled by the plan of salvation. It is much harder to love God's people, but this is the exact lesson we learn in Scripture.
1. Mordecai in the Gate
Study the stories of Mordecai, Daniel, Ezekiel, and Jeremiah to uncover frightening similarities between our present condition and that of Israel just before Jerusalem fell.
2. Jeremiah: Prophet of Doom
The events in Jeremiah’s time serves as a type for the events at the end of time in God’s Church.
3. Haggai: a Call to Sanctification
This lecture is a call to set aside divisive doctrines and to concentrate on the mission of the Church—the proclamation of the Three Angels’ Messages.
4. Nehemiah: Governor of Israel
Nehemiah led the children of Israel in the reconstruction of the temple. In the same way, the Holy Spirit works amongst God’s people today to reconstruct the Church.
5. Ruth: from Ashes to Glory
The story of Ruth is the story of Christ and His bride. It is a message of hope for all who have been separated from His grace through lineage, apostasy, and stature.
6. I Hear the Rumbling
Look at parallels between the siege of Jerusalem and the end-time siege of Jerusalem. What is the abomination that causes desolation?
7. I Hear an Abundance of Rain
God’s people have been waiting for the outpouring of the latter rain since Pentecost. However, do we meet the conditions required for such an outpouring?
8. More are the Children of the Barren Woman
This lecture explores typological stories about Christ and His bride. The children of promise were always in a minority.
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