An appeal from the producer of the ‘Covenant and Controversy’ film library
Our vision and burden with these films is to serve the Body of Jesus with a robust resource library. Download our cited transcript to Part III for your personal study of Scripture here.
Read the entire cited transcript of The City of the Great King here.
Samuel Whitefield addresses the modern State and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, while compassionately squaring these issues with Scripture.
Jonah’s entitlement complex led him to white-knuckle the provisions of the Everlasting Covenant given to him by the merciful means of His merciful Maker, who gently confronted him twice with a simple question: “Do you have a right to be angry about this?”
When His people began to wonder if He’d forgotten about His promises, He cited Genesis 1 in His résumé to prove His reliability.
Spurgeon on Ezekiel 37: "He surely ought to have known his own mind, and led by the Holy Spirit, he gives us as an explanation of the vision, not— 'Thus says the Lord, My dying Church shall be restored,' but—'I will bring My people out of their graves, and bring them into the land of Israel.'"
In the book of the Church we see, rooted in Israel, and beginning at Jerusalem, the history of Jesus and of the body joined to Him by the Spirit.
A portrait of a father who would bear a blade in his hand, bear wood for a fire upon his son’s shoulders, and ascend a certain hill...
We are not able to measure such depth of love manward, because we cannot understand the height of their love Godward. We listen in silence.