1000 - Total Transformation
The series by Professor Walter Veith addresses the concerns of many disheartened individuals in the Church and outside the Church. Those who are wishing to leave the Church and those who are refusing to enter the Church because of the condition of the Church will both find answers to their difficult questions. It is a call to unity and affiliation. It is not a critique but a diagnosis of the Church’s condition. It will lift the spirits and encourage all who are sighing and crying in the Church.
This lecture deals with the harmony and interdependence existing in the natural world. As the natural world is a lesson book on the character of God, the principles that we can learn there must also apply to us as individuals and to His Church.
Each creature in the natural world has a specific role to play and even if that role seems ignoble, it is still essential for the survival of the organisms around it, so we all have essential co-dependent interconnected roles to play on the world around us whereby we unselfishly supply the needs of others through our own labor. This DVD takes a lesson from nature for our own lives. Receive a glimpse of God’s order of things and His ideal world.
2. Thou Art Mine
Dive into a typological assessment of the ownership that God claims over us through Creation and redemption. This typology of ownership and freedom is typologically enacted in the lives of the patriarchs. Acknowledgement of the ownership requires a commitment and a transformation in our stereotyped approach towards the worship of God. A more intimate knowledge of God’s will in our lives will lead to a closer walk with Him. Study the life of Abraham as a model for our relationship with God and draw nearer to God in your own walk as a result.
3. 1844 in Type and Antitype
The history of the children of Israel, particularly the Exodus movement and conquest of Canaan, serves as a type for the remnant Church, which experiences a similar call out of Egypt and Babylon and then reenacts the experiences of the children of Israel. The lessons to be learned are faithfully recorded in the Old Testament for our admonition.
This typological study compares the experience of the ancient Israel of God with that of the Advent movement which calls a people out of the world into His great light. This eye-opening DVD will challenge your view of the last-day Church and invite you to a higher purpose in life and ministry.
4. 1888: On the Borders of Canaan
This typological study compares the experience of the children of Israel as they were on the borders of Canaan about to enter the Promised Land with the Advent movement in 1888. The failure of the Israelite movement to enter Canaan was emulated by the antitypical Israel. Unfortunately, the antitype is always of greater extent than the type and the experience of the Advent movement clearly demonstrates this phenomenon. Parallels between Caleb and Joshua and the events that occurred in 1888 bring out this relationship between type and antitype. Be challenged as you consider the historical impact of the Advent movement’s experiences and the future ahead.
5. No Time for Rebellion
As the children of Israel experienced the rebellion of Korah with all its intricacies, apostasy, doctrinal shifts, and tendency to regress to Egypt, so antitypical Israel experienced a similar history. As we retrace the steps of ancient Israel in type and antitype, we get a clearer view as to where we are in the stream of history. We also get a clearer view of the issues that we should be alerted to and the methodology of rectifying the mistakes recorded of the children of Israel recorded for our benefit. As Israel experienced a rebellion, so antitypical Israel experienced an Alpha apostasy. This study of type and antitype gives the people of God in the last days clearer insight as to the dangers of false theology.
6. Nothing But This Manna
The typology of heavenly bread in its physical and spiritual dimension serves as a lesson book for the children of God till the end of time. Rebellion against God’s precepts brought pain, misery, physical and spiritual suffering. The same will apply to the antitype. This lecture compares God’s great end-time message as it is written into the lives of ancient Israel and eschatological prophets such as Daniel and John the Baptist which serve as typical Elijahs.
As God tried to lead the children of Israel back to a lifestyle emulating that of Eden, so God will do the same for antitypical Israel. As ancient Israel hungered for the fleshpots of Egypt, so antitypical Israel will hunger for the fleshpots of Egypt. As disobedience led to leanness of soul, so disobedience will lead to spiritual decline in antitypical Israel. God in His mercy has given this people more light on these subjects than any other previous generation. Slighting the message will lead to the same results as experienced by the our typical forerunner.
7. Look and Live
Relive the experience of the children of Israel as they circumvented Edom. The remedy for sin—the serpent on the pole erected by Moses—is the great message of righteousness by faith. Without understanding this issue of salvation, there is no fitness for entering Canaan. God will bring this message back to His people until they drink the cup because there must be a clear distinction between those who wish to be saved by their works and those whose works follow them.
On the very borders of Canaan, one of the saddest chapters in the history of the children of Israel was written. Is it even remotely possible that there could be an antitypical emulation of this event recorded for posterity? As ancient Israel first observed, then took part, and then brought into the camp aspects of Baal worship, so antitypical Israel by analogy will display a similar tendency. As ancient Israel needed to be purged of its Baal worship, so modern Israel will have to undergo a similar experience. God did not reject ancient Israel but cleansed it. So the antitype will also not be rejected but there will be a spewing out of those who worship both Yahweh and Baal.
9. Laodicea: the Piercing Look
The message of Laodicea and the true condition of God’s people. This message is applicable to God’s end-time Church—each and every one of us individually. We have a tendency to always have an external application of the message, when the message is personal. The message tells us the true condition of our heart: spiritual blindness and poverty. Bereft of the righteousness of Christ, we need to buy gold refined in the fire, something which most people are not willing to do and therefore they externalize the problem. Bringing this message close to home is the most urgent need of God’s people in the last days.
10. Am I my Brother’s Keeper?
In a Church divided doctrinally, spiritually, and emotionally, brotherly love is hard to come by yet this is the bride that Christ chose and He has decided to love her. It is easy to love the truth, love Christ, and be enthralled by the plan of salvation. It is much harder to love God’s people, but this is the exact lesson we learn in Scripture. In this lecture, learn how Christ goes a step further, calling us to be our brother’s keeper. Only by learning this lesson in sincerity of heart can we be fitted for heaven.
11. Mordecai in the Gate
The story of Mordecai in the book of Esther serves as a type of the events which will soon overflow God’s people in the implementation of the mark of the Beast. The typological intricacies of judgment are directly applicable to the Laodicean church, which is also the nation of judgment. In the time when God visited ancient Israel with His judgments in the destruction of Jerusalem, He raised up specific prophets to address all aspects of truth and error in His Church.
These prophecies have a typical application for God’s end-time Church and serve as a lesson book of the wrongs that need to be corrected as well as describing the path of righteousness that needs to be walked. Study the stories of Daniel, Ezekiel, and Jeremiah to uncover frightening similarities between our present condition and that of Israel just before Jerusalem fell.
12. Jeremiah: Prophet of Doom
Jeremiah was the prophet in Jerusalem at the time of its destruction by Nebuchadnezzar. The events in his time serve as a type for the events at the end of time in God’s Church. The message of Jeremiah was rejected by many, but not all. We are admonished in the Spirit of Prophecy to study the book of Jeremiah because it not only serves as a type of the condition of the children of Israel, but also is a type of the Three Angels’ Messages. The sword of the Word as wielded by Jeremiah is directed also to the nations around Jerusalem but being a double-edged sword, it also cuts on the inside.
This DVD is a call to the Jeremiahs of our age to stand firm against error and give the trumpet a certain sound. This lecture also includes a look at current world events surrounding the papacy: the Sabbath-Sunday issue, the coming economic collapse, the spirit of popery, and other political maneuverings that pertain to God’s people are discussed and linked to the typological life of Jeremiah.
13. Haggai: a Call to Sanctification
The prophet Haggai rallied Israel to rebuild the temple. In the same way, we have to rally to build God’s Church. This lecture addresses the issue of appropriating the righteousness of Christ which has become a stumbling block within the church and which threatens to destroy its unity. Understand true sanctification through this lecture’s examples from the life of Daniel and John, the apostle whom Jesus loved. This lecture is a call to set aside divisive doctrines and to concentrate on the mission of the Church—the proclamation of the Three Angels’ Messages. Discover answers to your questions on perfectionism, liberalism, antinomianism, and salvation.
14. Nehemiah: Governor of Israel
Nehemiah led the children of Israel in the reconstruction of the temple. In the same way, the Holy Spirit works amongst God’s people today to reconstruct the Church. Nehemiah serves as a type of the Holy Spirit. Without a right understanding of the function of the Holy Spirit, God’s people can be led into Pentecostal euphoria. Learn about the true function of the Holy Spirit—deep soul searching and separation from all that wars against the law of God.
15. Ruth: from ashes to glory
The story of Ruth is the story of Christ and His bride. It is a message of hope for all who have been separated from His grace through lineage, apostasy, and stature. It is also a call to affiliate with the children of God despite the price entailed. It deals with the typology of Ruth as compared to the typology of the end-time people of God. Unlock the truth in this verse-by-verse exposé of the entire book of Ruth.
16. I Hear the Rumbling
Look at parallels between the siege of Jerusalem and the end-time siege of Jerusalem. What is the abomination that causes desolation? The surrounding of Jerusalem by the armies of Rome and Babylon served as a type for the setting up of the abomination that causes desolation and the mark of the Beast. This lecture looks at the movements in today’s world which parallel these ancient typologies.
How close is the Sunday law? How about the proclamation of the mark of the Beast? Where are we in the stream of time?
17. I Hear an Abundance of Rain
God’s people have been waiting for the outpouring of the latter rain since Pentecost. As a Church we have been praying for this outpouring. The question is, however, do we meet the conditions required for such an outpouring? Dive into this typological application of the parallels between Elijiah’s experience on Carmel and the cleansing of the Church with the conditions that must be met in our day.
18. More are the Children of the Barren Woman
This lecture explores typological stories about Christ and His bride. The children of promise were always in a minority. However, in the final analysis they will be the majority—the only occupants of the Kingdom of heaven. Study the lives of the barren women of the Bible in Christ’s lineage and be encouraged by the miraculous saving grace of God.