What do you think about innocent people being killed for organs? Chinese organ harvesting has hit the news again in 2019 as the practice of organ farming from prisoners of conscience appears to be continuing despite claims from China that organ transplants are only of voluntary.
Conspiracy fact: a tiny number of Chinese people are on the official donor registry to offer their organs yet tens of thousands of organs are being sold for profit in China each year. This video speaks out against the shocking money-making racket going on inside China - arguably the world's most powerful country - and home to illegal organ harvesting on a massive scale.
According to a growing body of evidence, innocent people, like Falun Gong practitioners, whose beliefs run contrary to the Chinese communist party, have been labeled as criminals and put in detention centres, labour camps and prisons across the country. Prisoners can then be killed on demand and their organs harvested for lucrative profits when rich Westerners in need of transplants travel to China looking for replacement organs.
Will you turn a blind eye (like most of the world does) to this crime against humanity or join us in speaking out? Please copy and share this video with others.
This Acts 6 & 7 Bible Study continues our series on the Book of Acts, looking at events surrounding the martyrdom of Stephen. Many people fail to realise that the reason the first Christians lived and ate together is the same reason that Stephen was murdered - it's all about Jesus.
This video explores how hearing the word of God and faith and obedience need to work together. Are you willing to suffer a similar fate to Stephen for preaching obedience to the most High? Check out this video to find out whether your faith is more in the religious establishment that killed Jesus... than in Jesus Himself.
The world is full of delusional people who act arbitrarily and in isolation. This video explores how the concept of two witnesses, which is repeated throughout the Bible, acts as a natural safeguard against veering off the rails. In the Old Testament the concept was used as a protection against false accusations in criminal matters. In the New Testament, Jesus sent his disciples off two-by-two to preach the Gospel, and He taught that He would (only?) be present where two or more believers are gathered in His name.
This film explores how the power of God is unleashed through the unity of believers. For this to happen, however, there is the need for accountability in all areas of their lives. It concludes by revealing an important principle for identifying The Two Witnesses - those two End Time prophets mentioned in The Book of Revelation who are gifted with supernatural powers. Check out this video to see what this is!
This video explores three famous parables of Jesus, all about prized possessions. In the parable of the lost coin and the parable of the lost sheep Jesus used material or worldly concepts to communicate deeper spiritual truths about the Kingdom of Heaven. In these two stories, Jesus actually start from the assumption that his audience is motivated by the root of all evil - the love of money -and from that point, he sets about to help them to appreciate the love of God.
In the parable of the prodigal son, the message becomes more obviously spiritual.
In all three stories, Jesus points us to something that is even higher than quitting your job, selling your possessions and going into all the world to preach the gospel. Without the greatest commandment - love - our efforts to follow God will be fruitless.
This video questions whether we may have lost our first love and urges us, like the prodigal son, to return home to find this most important attribute once again.
Ellen G. White, founder and official “prophet” of the Seventh Day Adventist Church, wrote "The Great Controversy” which, among other things, demonized the Catholic Church as the Whore of Babylon and linked the number of the Beast (666) with the Pope. Ironically, the church condemns Catholics for putting more faith in the Pope than in Jesus, when they do the same thing with Ellen White.
Most people are unaware of a raging controversy within the SDAs, regarding a deliberate cover-up for a false prediction about Jesus coming back to Earth in the 1840’s. It was made by a prominent Baptist minister, George Miller. This tendency to play with numbers to predict dates for the return of Jesus is happening everywhere today; but it was a relatively new thing back in the 1840s, and it attracted a lot of attention.
Sadly, very few religious people are willing to admit to making mistakes. The truth is not half as important to most religious leaders as is their reputation and popularity. This video explores the tendency for religious people of all persuasions, to cling to false doctrines and biases in order to maintain church attendance. Do you have what it takes to be different?
The wonderful Isaiah 53 salvation prophecy has been hijacked to become Isaiah 53 healing chapter, where prosperity and health gurus turn Christ's redemptive sacrifice into a distortion of what he came to do.
Are you looking for healing? And do you hope to heal others? The most important consideration should be: How should we show love? True spiritual healing comes with an understanding of how God communicates His love to us Learn more about that in this video.
There is an amazing Bible prophecy found in the Old Testament which often gets overlooked by Christians and Jews alike. Could this be a conspiracy to cover up the clearest prophecy which predicted Jesus that has ever been made?
This amazing prophecy is found in Daniel 9, sometimes referred to as the 70 weeks of Daniel or The 70 Weeks Prophecy. Many of the specifics of the prophecy are covered in another video on this channel. (See the link below.) However, this video sheds important light on the meaning of "Christ", and the meaning of "Messiah”. We use these words all the time, without questioning where they came from. Daniel 9:27 is the only prophecy in the entire Bible which uses the word "Messiah" so it is worth paying very close attention to its message if we are to understand exactly who this so-called “Messiah” is.
Obedience to Jesus' commands is often seen as an affront to faith and grace. But is this really the case? This channel promotes obedience to the commands of Jesus. Watch this video to understand how grace and works (the works of Christ) complement one another. Doing your best to obey Jesus need not turn you into a self-righteous Christian hypocrite with an air of religious superiority for all of your "good works”. The way Jesus taught it, it is not grace or obedience. Instead, we discover grace through obedience. A closing thought: Religion and Christianity really are two totally different things. We see it more like religion vs. Christianity.
'Get back to the basics of the Bible!’ Sounds like something fundamentalist Christians would say, doesn’t it? But how many would campaign to get back to the basics of Jesus?
There is a plethora of dogmas in the church and dogmas in Christianity … at least in ‘Christianity’ as the world knows it... and most people assume these dogmas come from a literal interpretation of the Bible. But this video questions those superficial assumptions. It looks past dishonest proof texting, to find the true message of Jesus about the Kingdom of Heaven. You will hear ten of the most widely accepted fundamentalist beliefs challenged in the light of what Jesus actually taught and stood for.
“Do I have to obey Jesus?” That is the attitude of most people toward the Son of God, who gave his life for us. Excuses for not obeying Jesus are common whenever lukewarm Christians are confronted with the teachings of Jesus. Many use Paul or other people as excuses to ignore the commandments of Jesus. It’s like a boxing match: "Jesus vs. Paul". Well, this video pits Jesus against everyone and everything else. What do you think? Can anything in the whole world match the Cornerstone? Can any of these excuses to not follow Jesus withstand the sledgehammer of God’s truth?
Voice has often been accused of being too legalistic, of fanatically following exaggerations of Jesus, and just plain failing to get the spirit of Jesus and what he said. But in this video Voice, too, challenges legalism, admits to the use of hyperbole in the things Jesus said, and calls for common sense in not expecting perfection as we seek to live out his teachings. Getting the Spirit of What Jesus Taught should, in fact, be our ultimate goal as Christians.
Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit is referred to as the ‘unpardonable sin’ or the ‘unforgivable sin’, based on Matthew 12:31-32. Are you guilty of blasphemy of the Holy Spirit and therefore condemned to hell, without hope for eternity?! Resisting God’s Spirit is, indeed, a very serious offence, and it places one in an unforgiveable situation. But watch this video to get the bigger picture. If you are asking yourself right now, “Am I unforgivable?” please watch this video, to help you deal with the condemnation that you are facing. And even if you are not feeling that way now, please watch, to get a fuller picture of just how serious it is to blaspheme the Holy Spirit.
Do all Christians have the Holy Spirit? Can we just ask and receive the Holy Spirit? Is there objective evidence of the Holy Spirit in the lives of others? There are many doctrines relating to who has the Holy Spirit including who/what the Holy Spirit is. It starts with Romans 8:9, and then looks at the Holy Spirit and the teachings of Jesus, to get a clearer picture.
This next part in a series of studies on What does the book of Acts Teach? looks at the tragic story of Ananias and Sapphira, and how it relates to what Christ taught and how the early church operated. The first disciples in Acts obviously asked themselves: What did Christ command? And they concluded that he said to sell what you have and give to the poor. The first Christians understood what it takes to be a Christian; that it meant following everything Jesus commanded. Many are saying that Jesus' teachings ceased to be relevant after he ascended to heaven. These false teachers, like Ananias and Sapphira, are lying to God and to their followers. They will one day pay a very big price for their dishonesty.
Zacchaeus was a tax collector who repented, and told Jesus, “Half of my goods I give to the poor". Giving half to the poor seems contrary to what Jesus taught in Luke 14, where we learn that we need to forsake all to follow Jesus. This video looks at Bible exceptions to what this channel has come to see as Jesus' standard for salvation. Do Christians have to obey Jesus? Are there exceptions? Watch and find out.
What is a Pharisee? They are not just characters from the Bible. They epitomise hypocrisy and false teachings, and we are still dealing with them today in modern-day Christianity...probably even in your own church. If you don't want to be deceived by the Pharisees, as so many people were when Jesus walked the Earth, you need to learn to recognize them, and do all you can to avoid getting sucked in by their respectability and lukewarm doctrines.
There is step by step conditioning of the masses for the Mark of the Beast going on in many countries around the world through "nudging behaviour".
Mark of the beast conditioning introduces new technologies and systems through the concept of "Nudging" where the establishment implements a new system via the use of rewards, punishments and the elimnation of options.
In Argentina, the SUBE card, an RFID chipped card to be used for transport was introduced several years ago by first offering the card as a convenient alternative to paying cash. Later incentives were used to get more people on board. Incentives included discounts not only for transport but for purchasing items at supermarkets and toy departments just by presenting the SUBE card. Later, people who did not have the card were penalized by having to pay up to three times the cost of a regular ticket. And finally, all buses became cashless and only those with the card could board.
This video follows that implementation and shows how people will be conditioned to take the #MarkOfTheBeast and how we can resist that temptation by taking seriously the teachings of #Jesus.
Backsliding is avoidable, but only if we stay humble before God. We all need to "take heed, lest we fall". Pride comes before a fall, so don't over-estimate your immunity to failure. Some say that salvation is predestined, or predestinated, by God; we have no say in the matter. This is often referred to as the "doctrine of election" and it is used to support the concept of "assurance of salvation". It's true that the elect can't be deceived, but it's not because true Christians have no say in the matter. Watch this video to understand this great paradox in Christianity.