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Maranatha Media Passover Camp Meeting April 21-30 2016

Posted Feb 04, 2016 by Adrian Ebens in Events

Blessings Through the Windows of Heaven Passover Camp. April 21-30.

We would like to extend an invitation to all those who are able to join us for a Passover Camp Meeting.

Start Date: Thurday Evening April 21
End Date: Sabbath Evening April 30.

Location: 206 Reid Rd, Widgee QLD 4570. 30 Minutes west of Gympie

We have facilities for Camping and Caravans. There is a shower and toilet amenities block and also cooking facilities.

Speakers: Adrian Ebens, Craig Jacobson, Eddie Perez, Gavin Devlin, Colin Nicolson, Craig Jones, Trevor Russell, Jeff Wilson.

Please contact Eddie Perez to register for the camp meeting.
Email: e.f.perez@bigpond.com
Mobile: 0410424852

The Self-same Day - Passover and the Counsel of Peace

Posted Jan 21, 2016 by Adrian Ebens in The Sabbath

This morning I was pondering the significance of these verses in Exodus 12

Exo 12:41  And it came to pass at the end of the four hundred and thirty years, even the selfsame day it came to pass, that all the hosts of the LORD went out from the land of Egypt.

Exo 12:51  And it came to pass the selfsame day, that the LORD did bring the children of Israel out of the land of Egypt by their armies.

Framework for the Study of Daniel and Revelation

Posted Dec 20, 2015 by Adrian Ebens in Midnight Cry (Loud Voice)

One of the many blessings of being connected to the Advent movement is the fact that its foundations were laid in the prophecies of Daniel and Revelation which flowered into the midnight cry of 1844. While some are tempted to slumber upon those prophetic foundations laid so firmly still others are feeling the tension of over 170 years of apparent delay in the coming of Christ. The prophetic foundational stones of understanding found in the works of William Miller, Josiah Litch, Uriah Smith, Stephen Haskell and Alonzo T. Jones amongst others are feeling the pressure of human history continuing towards two centuries beyond the midnight cry of 1844.

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