Golden Gate Church of God in Christ Sunday November 24

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Today’s message from Supt Castleberry, “Standing in the need of Prayer” We thank you for joining us from the Golden Gate Church of God in Christ 4801 Wilbarger Street, Fort Worth Texas 76119


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61-0212E AND THY SEED SHALL POSSESS THE GATE OF HIS ENEMIES – William Branham (61-0212E, Long Beach, California, USA)

Church Street Railroad Crossing, Huntsville, AL Times Out & Gate hits Car

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Hadn’t really intended for this video to be a crossing video, so I’m not gonna put any crossing info in the description (check the next video that I’m about to upload if you want to see what this crossing has, or look at the link below). I had been expecting NS A81 to just pass through the crossing, but didn’t expect them to stop. However, due to them stopping, I was able to quickly turn around and get set-up to record this crossing. In fact, I likely wouldn’t’ve even uploaded this video had had I not recorded the gate landing on the guy’s car at the beginning.

New church in Tempe Arizona; Valley Gate Church

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Are you interested in visiting a new church? Come check out Valley Gate Church in Tempe, Arizona.

Here’s a quick recap of our first preview service; we’d love to see you at the next one.

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Facebook: Valley Gate Church
Twitter and Instagram: @Valley_Gate
Email: [email protected]

Bishop RJ Matthews – Life Gate Church (Prophetic Flow continuation)

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Bishop RJ Matthews ministering at Life Gate Church
in the Kansas City, Missouri area (Part 2 segment).
Glory to God !

*this video is ownership of Life Gate Church.
I do not own it. I am only sharing it.
God bless

Death Cults: Heaven’s Gate, Oklahoma City, David Koresh

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San Francisco de Asis Mission Church, Taos, NM.

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San Francisco de Asis Mission Church is a church built between 1772 and 1816. It is located on the plaza in Ranchos de Taos, itself a historic district named Ranchos de Taos Plaza, about four miles southwest of the town of Taos, New Mexico. Construction on the church began around 1772 and was completed in 1815 by Franciscan Fathers and its patron is Saint Francis of Assisi. Painted by Georgia O’Keefe.

Heaven’s Gate Cult Documentary – History TV

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Heaven’s Gate Cult Documentary – History TV

Heaven’s Gate was an American UFO religious millenarian group based in San Diego, California, founded in the early 1970s and led by Marshall Applewhite (1931–1997) and Bonnie Nettles (1927–1985).[1] On March 26, 1997, police discovered the bodies of 39 members of the group who had committed mass suicide[2] in order to reach what they believed was an extraterrestrial spacecraft following Comet Hale–Bopp.

In 1972, Marshall Applewhite met Bonnie Nettles, a nurse with an interest in theosophy and biblical prophecy,[4] and the two quickly became close friends.[5] He later recalled that he felt like he had known her for a long time and concluded that they had met in a past life.[6] She told him their meeting had been foretold to her by extraterrestrials, persuading him that he had a divine assignment.[7][8]

Applewhite and Nettles pondered the life of St. Francis of Assisi and read works by authors including Helena Blavatsky, R. D. Laing, and Richard Bach.[9][10] They kept a King James Version of the Bible with them and studied several passages from the New Testament, focusing on teachings about Christology, asceticism, and eschatology.[11] Applewhite also read science fiction, including works by Robert A. Heinlein and Arthur C. Clarke.[12] By June 1974, Applewhite and Nettles’ beliefs had solidified into a basic outline.[13] They concluded that they had been chosen to fulfill biblical prophecies, and that they had been given higher-level minds than other people.[14] They wrote a pamphlet that described Jesus’ reincarnation as a Texan, a thinly veiled reference to Applewhite.[15] Furthermore, they concluded that they were the two witnesses described in the Book of Revelation and occasionally visited churches or other spiritual groups to speak of their identities,[16] often referring to themselves as “The Two”, or “The UFO Two”.[10][17] They believed that they would be killed and then restored to life and, in view of others, transported onto a spaceship. This event, which they referred to as “the Demonstration”, was to prove their claims.[15] To their dismay, these ideas were poorly received by existing religious communities.

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Behind the Scenes at Golden Gate Cathedral of Memphis

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Have you ever wondered what happens behind the scenes @GGCMinistries? Here’s your chance to join Bishop Stephens as he takes you “behind the veil.”