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  • SISTERSWITHLOVE
    Good day Mr. Elliott, Thank you for this sermon. You have giving me a wonderful topic for my personal bible study. Again, I thank you
  • SISTERSWITHLOVE
    Thank you for this study and how it relates to us today. In the title it has with PDF notes but there are no notes attached. Again thank you. Marion
  • SISTERSWITHLOVE

    Thank you and all those who take their time to provide us with these studies to help us stay focused on the big picture. And not get caught up in the worries and deceptions of this society.

    Thank you all once again

  • SISTERSWITHLOVE
    Thank you for the sermon. And also thank you for sharing your humor.
  • SISTERSWITHLOVE
    Thank you Mr. Holladay for an enlightening sermon. Sometimes when we read scripture, our human brains don't quite grasp the meaning such as the water spewed from satan's mouth(Rev.12:15) as actually being words(false teachings) and ideas. So many are hung up on the church being taken to a physical place of safety, they forget about the spiritual protection we have. Once again, thank you so much
  • SISTERSWITHLOVE
    Thank you so very much Mr.Beam. Now i can listen again and follow along with the slides and fell like I am right there in the room with the brethren.
  • SISTERSWITHLOVE
    Thank you for the information Robert!
  • SISTERSWITHLOVE
    Good day Mr.Beam, I enjoyed your sermon, it gave much insight on who and where the Assyrian people are today. If it is possible, could you share your slides? It would be so wonderful to listen to the sermon again and be able to see the information you were sharing. Thank you in advance for your response.
  • SISTERSWITHLOVE
    Thank you for this sermon. It has so much historical as well as spiritual information. Back in the late 80's early 90's, I received the History of the Church from Pasadena, but allowed an in-law borrowed it and never returned it. Some of the information you shared, I remember reading in it. Again, I thank you for the sermon and hope you have a wonderful rest of the week. And a very spiritual filled Sabbath.
  • SISTERSWITHLOVE
    Thank you Mr.St.Charles for this sermon.
  • SISTERSWITHLOVE

    Thank you for this article. It is very inspiring. One thing I have learned over the years, is ..the Feast has a more lasting meaning when you serve in some capacity.

  • SISTERSWITHLOVE
    Good afternoon, thank you for this sermon. It gave me a better understanding of the Passover.
  • SISTERSWITHLOVE
    Thank you Mr. Shafer for this great history lesson that the world doesn't know. I TRULY THANK Jesus for following the plan He and our great Father has for us all. it is good to learn history of ancient times that can give us a better insight into the bible.
  • SISTERSWITHLOVE
    Thank you for this sermon. I am ashamed to say this, but I've never thought of us as the sweet aroma. I believe our prayers are the sweet aroma, just didn't think of it as myself. Thank you so much for this understanding. Ever thankful and grateful when the Almighty God opens my mind and heart to receive a better understanding of His truth.
  • SISTERSWITHLOVE
    Thank you for this sermon. It was a refresher in the history of the true church of God. Is it possible for me to obtain the graph you shared? Thank you once again