Maranatha Media

Sabbath and the Feasts

Presenter: Various
Presentations: 9

All the truths of God's word came from Him. But these priceless gems had been placed in false settings. Their precious light had been made to minister to error. God desired them to be removed from their [288] settings of error and replaced in the framework of truth. This work only a divine hand could accomplish. By its connection with error, the truth had been serving the cause of the enemy of God and man. Christ had come to place it where it would glorify God, and work the salvation of humanity. {DA 287.4} "The Sabbath was made for man, and not man for the Sabbath," Jesus said. The institutions that God has established are for the benefit of mankind. "All things are for your sakes." "Whether Paul, or Apollos, or Cephas, or the world, or life, or death, or things present, or things to come; all are yours; and ye are Christ's; and Christ is God's." 2 Corinthians 4:15; 1 Corinthians 3:22, 23. The law of Ten Commandments, of which the Sabbath forms a part, God gave to His people as a blessing. "The Lord commanded us," said Moses, "to do all these statutes, to fear the Lord our God, for our good always, that He might preserve us alive." Deuteronomy 6:24.

Additional Documentation
Article on Colossians 2

Article on Adventist and the covenants

Presented: Oct 03, 2015
Presenter: Adrian Ebens

The Sabbath is made for man. An appointed time to receive a special blessing. The Sabbath is the great source of special times that God grants to His children to receive a blessing they would not otherwise receive. The Lord of the Sabbath reaches out to us through all His appointed times and wishes to give us a special hug when we come to Him when He calls. Clothed in the Sun and standing on the Moon we can hear our Saviour's voice and swim in His tide of love. In this presentation consider yourself personally invited.

Presented: Feb 18, 2015
Presenter: Adrian Ebens

Does our heavenly Father have a date planner, an appointment book where He has set special times to specifically meet with His children?

Scripture provides the answer in this study as brother Frank Klin shares his personal experience keeping the only appointment He thought God made available to him as a Christian living after the cross.

Recorded for Bible Explorations

Presented: Oct 23, 2014
Presenter: Frank Klin

Presented at Bible Explorations camp meeting in Terra Bella, California at Passover, 2015. Gary Hullquist shares the prominent involvement of the Father and Son in each of the appointed times.

Presented: Apr 08, 2015
Presenter: Gary Hullquist

Gary Hullquist speaks at Talking Rock Sabbath Chapel January 11, 2014. A study of Paul's epistles and how the Jews and Gentiles both were vulnerable to the elements of the world.

Presented: Jan 11, 2014
Presenter: Gary Hullquist

Frank Klin traces the history and significance of Passover for us today and its future.

Presented: Apr 14, 2014
Presenter: Frank Klin

Well then was it not that man through the Sabbath might be a partaker of His presence and be made acquainted by living experience with the spiritual rest of God, the spiritual blessing, the holiness, the presence of God to make holy, the presence of God to sanctify him? Is not that what God intended the Sabbath to bring to man? Well, the man who gets all that in the Sabbath is the man who is a Sabbath-keeper. And he knows it too. He knows it and he is delighted to know it.
Now another thing: Who was the real present agent in creating? [Congregation: "Christ."] Who was it that rested? [Congregation: "Christ."] Who was refreshed? [Congregation: "Christ."] Who blessed? [Congregation: "Christ."] Whose presence made it holy? [Congregation: "Christ's"] Whose presence is in the day? [Congregation: "Christ's."] Then the man whom the presence of Jesus Christ does not sanctify, and does not make holy and does not bless and to whom it does not bring rest, why, he can't keep the Sabbath. Don't you see, it is only with Christ in the man that the Sabbath can be kept; because the Sabbath brings and has in it the presence of Christ.  A.T. Jones Sermon 20, 1893

Presented: Mar 12, 2016
Presenter: Adrian Ebens

The Father and Son are seen everywhere in Scripture including the holy convocations They established to align with the events of redemptive history. These times are commemorative and prophetic. Jesus did not partake of the ceremonial services; but He did participate in many of the annual festivals. We follow His example in keeping our eyes on Him and His everlasting Gospel.

Presented: May 28, 2016
Presenter: Gary Hullquist

This time was a celebration of our family of faith. A time to honour grandparents, wives and husbands and our children. A time to share gifts and remember that we are all precious to our Heavenly Father and Lord Jesus

Presented: Jun 11, 2016
Presenter: Adrian Ebens