A Study In The Word
A Study In The Word - Nov. 27th, 2020
In Nebuchadnezzar’s dream, Babylon was represented as a head of gold; meaning riches and power. Today on A Study In The Word, Brother Swaggart and panel discuss the second chapter of Daniel and the time leading up to the fall of Babylon under king Belshazzar as he forsook the ways of the Lord, not once seeking the wisdom of Daniel. In verses thirty-nine through forty-one, we see Daniel interpret the king’s dream where the Medo-Persian Empire would replace the Babylonian Empire. The third kingdom would be the Grecian Empire with the rise of Alexander the Great. The fourth kingdom depicted in the dream, is the Roman Empire represented as a divided kingdom, with two legs. Daniel’s prophecy recounts these four Empires to Nebuchadnezzar’s in the interpretation of his dream. Brother Swaggart says he can only imagine what the king must have been thinking about the fall of Babylon. The panel goes on to discuss Daniel’s prophecy yet to come, with the ten toes depicting the ten nations that will join with the Antichrist and come out of the Old Roman Empire territory. This will be the kingdom of the Antichrist during the Great Tribulation.
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A Study In The Word - Nov. 26th, 2020
I will heal their land. We need more churches that model the Book of Acts. Today on A Study In The Word, Brother Swaggart and panel discuss the power of the Holy Spirit, and the lack of His moving in churches today, that are not preaching the true Gospel. Brother Larson sees a connection to th...
A Study In The Word - Nov. 25th, 2020
A stone was cut out without hands. Today on A Study In The Word, Brother Swaggart and panel discuss Daniel 2:33-34, and Daniel’s interpretation of the king’s dream. Daniel outlines the successive kingdoms with a representation of precious metals, then iron and clay. Brother John says that depr...
A Study In The Word - Nove. 24th, 2020
During the time of Daniel, the scepter of power was in the hands of the Gentiles. Today on A Study In The Word, Brother Swaggart and panel discuss the scattering of the Jews at that time until World War II, and then, the 1948 recognition of Israel as a nation. We must, as a country, help to pro...