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When You See the Abomination… [Video]

Saturday, June 1st, 2013

Phil Norcom expounds on this important warning from the lips of Jesus, “When you see the abomination that causes desolation flee to the hills of Judea…” The discussion will also look towards the book of Daniel for understanding as the Lord directed in this verse. This teaching is from the 2012 Convocation in Madison, Ohio.


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(2hr: 16min)
 

Olivet: The Last Teaching of Jesus [Video]

Monday, November 5th, 2012

This is the opening message is from the recent Olivet Convocation in Madison, Ohio. Phil Norcom spoke from Matthew 24. Reggie Kelly and Mark Klafter are also heard in this message as well as questions and comments from various attendees of the conference.


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(2hr:19min)
 

The Climax of the Covenant [Video]

Thursday, September 27th, 2012

This message is from the 2012 Olivet Convocation in Madison, Ohio. Reggie spoke from Matthew 24, Daniel and other passages. Travis Bennett is also heard in this message as well as questions and comments from various attendees of the conference. The following is a quote from the message:

“Get ready for our own humblings. God is not going to send a stuffy, ‘we were right,’ ‘told you so,’ Church to Israel. He’s going to send a people who are like blinded Samson, who recover strength by the grace of God, having been deeply humbled.” – Reggie Kelly