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Corona Virus Update

Due to the nation wide restrictions placed upon the general population which prevent gathering at church services, we are unable to provide online service streaming. From this date, 3/26/2020, until the restrictions are removed, we advise alternate sources of your choice for sermons or Bible studies. For example you may search through our audio archives.... Continue Reading →

Registration For The Feast Of 2020 Is Open!!

Online registration for the Feast of Tabernacles 2020 is now open!! Follow this link to go to our feast page. We are excited to announce that we will once again be hosting the Feast of Tabernacles here in beautiful Grand Junction Colorado! Preparing For the Feast The 2020 Festival season is fast approaching beginning with... Continue Reading →

The Fathers Lamb

THE FATHER’S LAMB God’s Provision—Satan’s Demise The importance of Passover observance signifying the death of Jesus cannot be overstressed. Its fulfillment was the catalyst that triggered the progression of God’s appointed times as described in Leviticus 23. It has set in motion the ultimate and final defeat of Satan and cannot be reversed; thus, providing... Continue Reading →

But It’s So Wonderful!!

Should a dedicated sincere Christian attempt to blend the lies of Christmas into The truth of God’s word?Does God have to accept a mongrelized worship even though sincere?  Your worship is worthless says Jesus.  “But in vain they do worship me, teaching for doctrines the commandments of men” (Mat, 15:9).  Also in Mark 7:9 “And... Continue Reading →

Jesus Christ ‘The Rock’ of the Old Testament

The apostle Paul affirms that the God the Israelites of the Old Testament knew—the One they looked to as their “Rock” of strength (see Deuteronomy 32:4; Psalms 18:2)—was the One we know as Jesus Christ. Notice what Paul wrote in 1 Corinthians 10:1-4: “All our fathers were under the cloud, all passed through the sea, all were baptized... Continue Reading →

PARABLES OF THE KINGDOM

As found in Matthew 13 “I will open my mouth in parables; I will utter things which have been kept secret from the foundation of the world.” (Matt. 13:35) Seven metaphors of the kingdom are proclaimed by Jesus in Matthew 13, not for clarity, as is commonly taught, but to conceal His real meaning, except... Continue Reading →

“A Three Strand Cord…”

My two cousins and I go hunting every year, and it's much nicer having them along versus going by myself. If I had to do it by myself, it would be hard, even impossible. From packing meat out to simply having someone to talk to, their being there strengthens it. (Ecclesiastes 4:12) Friends are very... Continue Reading →

None So Blind

AS THOSE WHO REFUSE TO SEE      There is a well known, but little understood event cherished by the religious world that honors an ancient pagan goddess.  After the deadness of a cold and dreary winter, people welcomed the new life sprouting forth in the spring, which was attributed, of course, to the goddess of... Continue Reading →

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