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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.


[For PC & Mac: Clicking the “Playlist” button will show all the parts of this particular playlist (in our case all the parts of the “session”) for the convenience of switching from one part to another. For mobile devices (iPad, iPhone, etc.), only Part 1 will play above: Visit our YouTube Channel to view Parts 1-5]
(2hr: 16min)
 

Joseph, Jesus and the Jewish People [Video]

Friday, May 31st, 2013

Don’t miss this message is from the 2011 Wilderness Convocation in PA. Mark Klafter expounds on the parallels between the Genesis account of Joseph, and the relationship between Jesus and His estranged Jewish brethren.


[For PC & Mac: Clicking the “Playlist” button will show all the parts of this particular playlist (in our case all the parts of the “session”) for the convenience of switching from one part to another. For mobile devices (iPad, iPhone, etc.), only Part 1 will play above: Visit our YouTube Channel to view Parts 1-4]
(1hr: 58min)
 

Gentile Encounter with the Jew [Video]

Friday, May 31st, 2013

This message is from the 2011 Wilderness Convocation in PA. Mark Klafter addresses a largely Gentile gathering regarding their coming encounter with the Jewish people in the wilderness of the nations.


[For PC & Mac: Clicking the “Playlist” button will show all the parts of this particular playlist (in our case all the parts of the “session”) for the convenience of switching from one part to another. For mobile devices (iPad, iPhone, etc.), only Part 1 will play above: Visit our YouTube Channel to view Parts 1-7]
(1hr: 39min)