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We begin this episode with a discussion about COVID-19 and the passing of Brother Rob Skiba. After that, we discuss the division of the nations and their allotment under the seventy sons of God. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/watchmanalexande…
 
Questions answered during this episode: Did fire come down during the Babel incident, as it did during Pentecost (the reversal of Babel)? What about rushing wind and the overthrow of a system? Is there any historical evidence for the division of tongues? When exactly in history did the Babel incident occur, and how does that fit with the Septeon an…
 
Why was the infamous Tower of Babel such a problem in God's eyes? There's more to the story than we were taught in Sunday school. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/watchmanalexander/support
 
Sidon, firstborn son of Canaan and founder of the Sidonians, played a huge role in the history of civilization, but most people couldn't say what it was. Today, we begin to explore the impact of Sidon (the giant?) on the story of the Bible. During the episode, I mention a video about the possible discovery of the remains of Atlantis, the fabled cit…
 
Schedules got crazy, and Terry and I weren't able to sync up to record a new episode, but I didn't want to leave you hanging for too long, so here's my offering: a recording of my inaugural sermon for the Disciples of Yeshua Congregation. (I fill the roles of overseer and lead teacher for DOYC, a new home fellowship based in Central Texas.) During …
 
From the Dead Sea Scrolls we learn that Canaan, father of the Canaanites, stole part of the territory that belonged to Shem. Thus, the stage was set for God, using descendants of Shem, to forcibly remove the squatters from the Promised Land of Middle Earth. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor…
 
What exactly was Ham's sin, and what about it is instructive to us, today? The story of the cursing of Canaan, Ham's son, is necessary to discuss before we launch into the more pertinent topic of Canaan's impact on the world. Early in this episode, I (Alexander) mentioned a blog post about Daniel's four beast kingdoms. Click here to read that artic…
 
After Noah and his sons departed the ark, God Most High established a covenant with them, and with all their descendants. That covenant involved two dietary commands: Don't consume blood, because the life is in the blood. Feel free to eat any remeś (רֶמֶשׂ) thing that lives, in addition to plants. The first part is easy enough to understand, but t…
 
As we continue studying through Genesis and Daniel, we find ourselves emphasizing the fact that we don't have the mystery all figured out. We're gathering clues to help us understand end-times prophecies, but we haven't even assembled all the clues yet, much less connected them perfectly to construct an airtight narrative. Sometimes it can be diffi…
 
We didn't plan it this way, but our fortieth episode happens to largely deal with the forty days of wrath for the wicked and celebration for the saints. I'm going to chalk this nice synchronicity up to Providence. The episode begins with an explanation of chiastic, or mirror, structure found through the Scriptures, and likely built into the entiret…
 
We begin to unpack the prophetic symbolism found within the Flood narrative. Along the way, we consider whether or not the seven days of Noah's separation from the world could equate to seven years of protection for end-times believers. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this p…
 
"And God created... every living creature... after his kind: and God saw that it was good" (Gen. 1:21). Over and over again in the Book of Genesis, Moses records that God created creatures in distinct categories called "kinds," and that mankind, being created in the image of God, was set apart from all other kinds. After each bout of creation, we r…
 
What really is the difference between the Mosaic (Old) and Messianic (New) covenants? Is the New Covenant fully in effect now? How does the Law factor in? I cut through all the confusion with an episode-long Q&A about law and covenants. Here's the link to my Artify Me! shop, mentioned in the opening segment. It's a photo-to-portrait service that's …
 
“Where were you when I laid the foundations of the earth? Declare, if you have understanding. Who determined its measures, if you know? Or who stretched the line on it? Whereupon were its foundations fastened? Or who laid its cornerstone, when the morning stars sang together, and all the sons of God shouted for joy?" (Job 38:4-7) The Book of Job is…
 
Ancient Hebrew scriptures teach that some of the Sons of God mated with mortal women and produced children called Nephiliym. These children were not only hybrids, but giants, huge both in stature and infamy. This episode is an introduction to the giants and a refutation of the Sethite theory, which robs the Genesis 6 account of its supernatural com…
 
Not every biblical genealogy presents the same timeline. The discrepancies may have been purposefully brought about by God's providence to prevent us from making exact calculations. Also in this episode: Why the pattern of human innovation and technological progress may have begun in the ungodly line of Cain How the names of the antediluvian (pre-F…
 
Most of this episode is dedicated to answering the question, Are Jubilee cycles 49 or 50 years? Along the way, the Watchman contemplates whether the Jubilee year begins in the spring or the fall. Don't miss the addendum at the end of the episode! Also in the episode: Who was Cain's wife? Did men in the days of Enosh begin the call upon YHVH, or did…
 
Death is a mighty enemy (1 Cor. 15:25-26) and the last that will be defeated (Rev. 20:14), but did you realize that God uses death to benefit us? As with every negative thing, the Almighty can bring good out of bad. That's exactly what he did by removing mankind's access to the Tree of Life. Our Q&A this week is from Richard Jenkins, who asks wheth…
 
It would be remiss of us not to address proponents of Serpent Seed (a.k.a. Dual Seed) theory while we're hanging out in Genesis 3. If some bloodlines today originated with the mixing of Eve's seed with Satan's seed, that would have far-reaching implications. Is it something worry about? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to …
 
This one could be called "The Curse: Part Two." We discuss both the subjection of women to their husbands, and what it means that the earth brought forth thorns and thistles. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/watchmanalexander/support…
 
Terry and I spent most of this episode discussing the curses leveled against mankind and the nachash (serpent). We also discuss the meaning of the two "seeds" mentioned within the curses. Our listener question involves the relationship between salvation and following God's precepts, and also how we handle divine commands that cannot currently be up…
 
Were Adam and Eve clothed in light before the Fall? Was the serpent in the Garden of Eden a talking snake or a serpentine spirit, or both? Terry and I tackle these questions as we continue our study of Genesis. During the Q&A we address: The identity of Melchizedek The importance of the location of Jerusalem If you like this podcast, please conside…
 
Completing our analysis of Genesis chapter 2, Terry Arnold and I discuss what it meant for Adam to "keep" the Garden of Eden, why knowledge is not the forbidden fruit, and whether or not Adam was originally unisex. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor…
 
After a long hiatus, I'm back, and I'm not alone. Please welcome co-host Terry Arnold II! Together, we're picking up where I left off in our study of Genesis in order to lay the foundations for proper biblical exegesis. My apologies about the sound quality this time around. My computer was accidentally recording from the wrong microphone. The quali…
 
In this third installment of my three-part series about Shabbat, I present guidelines for observing the seventh day. These guidelines are derived from Scripture alone, not from Jewish tradition. You'll learn during this episode: What the Parable of the Ten Coins really means Why Y'shua told his disciples to pray that their flight from Judea won't b…
 
Did the Sabbath change from the seventh day to the first day of each week? The vast majority of professing Christians say that it has. But as anyone who reads the Bible knows, the majority is often wrong. In the first installment of this miniseries about the Day of Rest, I talked about the Sabbath being a permanent sign for the people of Adonai. Th…
 
The Creator God set a precedent at the beginning of the Age: one day out of every week is special. It is a day of rest and focus on El Shaddai, and it is intended to be a great blessing for kingdom people. But is this special day, the Sabbath (Hebrew: Shabbat) the seventh day or the first? And is it even still in effect today? In this first of at l…
 
Today, I continue laying the foundation for proper biblical interpretation by analyzing days five and six of the Genesis Creation account. You might want to have handy a Bible and a Hebrew concordance, because English translations don't suffice when studying Genesis chapters one and two. In this episode I talk dragons, blood, and living souls. Soun…
 
What do Star Trek, Monty Python, and Airplane have to do with each other? Not much, but you're going to get dosed with all three. Oh, and you'll learn more about Genesis and the mountain of God, or whatever. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wat…
 
Ladies and gentlemen, I introduce to you my friend Taylor Joseph. We met while he was living in Central Texas last summer. He's since moved back to his home state of California, but he came to visit Amanda and I for a few days prior to Hear the Watchmen 2018, where he functioned as Lead Coordinator for Mike and Jeannie. In this special hour-and-a-h…
 
Reportedly, there has recently been a surge in the number of Messianics and other Christian Israelites who are denying that Yeshua is Messiah. This is a tragedy of the highest order, for it is written, A man who disregards Moses’ law dies without compassion on the word of two or three witnesses. How much worse punishment do you think he will be jud…
 
After a one-month hiatus due to the demands of creating an online course, we're back to continue our journey through Genesis. Mr. Bruce Malone, founder of Search for the Truth Ministries, visits to share his wisdom concerning the age of this wonderful rock we call Home. Is it meeeeellions of years old? Hardly. I used to be an old-earth creationist,…
 
Our last episode was the first in a series called Laying a Foundation, where we began a survey of important concepts in Scripture, with Genesis 1:1 as our starting-point. We left off talking about the fact that there is no singular form of the word heaven in Hebrew, and we noted that the spiritual realm is part of the greater Hebraic concept of the…
 
We're going back to the beginning, but that doesn't mean we're going back to basics. This episode kicks off the Laying a Foundation series, which is intended to help listeners develop a truly biblical worldview. I take a fine-toothed comb to the Book of Genesis, defining terms, making connections with extra-biblical scriptures, and exploring a poss…
 
Jon Pounders of Now You See TV joins me to talk about the advanced capabilities granted to humankind by the fallen Watchers. According to extra-biblical scriptures like 1 Enoch, the wonders of modern civilization have their origins in the antediluvian world. Some of those secrets survived the Flood and were used by early postdiluvian peoples to do …
 
Author Todd Bennett gives listeners an introduction to a growing movement that seeks to return Christians to the Hebraic roots of their Faith. This Second Reformation is picking up steam for good reason as people become exposed via the internet to biblical concepts which seminary men never preach about (or never preach from the correct historical p…
 
Christian Jose Polanco took out his phone and started recording when his 16-year old unbelieving nephew received a vision that left him a blubbering mess [note: this was a waking vision, not a dream]. I came across the audio of that incident, which had been shared with the hosts of A Minute the Midnite, and knew immediately that it was a genuine me…
 
Picking up where I left off last time, I finish discussing the meaning of the fall holy days (mo'ediym) of YHVH. If you're unsure whether or not to treat Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement) as a mournful day, I offer some insight on that topic in the first half of this episode. This episode features an extended question and answer period, during whic…
 
We have just entered into the Fall holy days, so it's a good time to discuss the prophetic significance of those divinely appointed times. Pivotal events in redemptive history occurred on the Spring holy days in the past, and climactic events will occur on the Fall holy days in the future. In this episode, I begin talking about how God's purposes w…
 
Pastor Jonathan Dade joins me to discuss a variety of subjects from Christian "cannibalism" to racial tensions and the route to reconciliation. Pastor Dade is the founder and senior pastor of Messiah Echad congregation of Georgetown, Texas. He holds an MBA from Washington State University College of Business and a Masters of Theological Studies fro…
 
According to the Bible, what's going to happen between now and the Second Coming of Jesus? Quite a lot, actually, which is why this topic took two podcasts to cover, and even so I only scratched the surface. In this episode we continue our investigation by first turning a magnifying glass on the oracles of Daniel, then linking them to oracles from …
 
One of the ladies from my congregation recently asked me to give a rundown of the biblical prophecies awaiting fulfillment. This episode is part one of two episodes addressing that very thing. There are a lot of world-changing events still to come, and it's going to be quite the ride. If you want to know what to expect (and who wouldn't?!), don't m…
 
This is part two of our discussion about prophecy. How do we know whether or not we can trust a prophetic word given since the finalization of Scripture? It would be foolish to blindly believe anything uttered by a person just because he or she claims to have received it from Adonai. We should put the alleged prophet through a series of tests. In t…
 
YHVH God gives awesome gifts to his kids, and one of those gifts is prophetic foreknowledge. Get to know your host a bit as he describes the times when he and his mother were given prophetic insights. During listener Q&A, you'll hear a likely explanation of why every other person is "taken" in Matthew 24:40-41 and Luke 17:34-37, and when it will ha…
 
Thomas Dunn and Jared Chrestman of Angry Son Media join me to talk about their documentary film, Detestable, which pulls back the curtain on a world of unspeakable evil ignored by the secular media and the Church alike. In this unique film, Satanic ritual abuse survivors share their harrowing experiences in the hopes of raising awareness and making…
 
Can we talk about the damning lack of verses supporting the pre-Tribulation Rapture theory? It's rather absurd, really, that so many of us have fallen for this Dispensationalist invention that can only be supported by supposed types and shadows because it can't offer even a single direct verse as evidence. Pastor Douglas Hamp joins me as my first g…
 
You don't want to be one of *those* people, do you? You know, the ones who collect heresies like they were beanie babies because they make the Bible say what they want it to. To coin a phrase from Bill Clinton's 1992 presidential campaign, "It's the hermenuetic, Dummy." Okay, maybe I tweaked that quote, but just as the economy was the big issue tha…
 
Our collective story is not yet very long. The Bible teaches that human history is unfolding along a timeline of only 7,000 years, with the last thousand years comprising the Messianic kingdom to be install upon Yeshua's return. Where are we on that timeline, right now? And how should that affect us? YOU'LL LEARN: The divine nature of cycles of sev…
 
Mmm, that new podcast smell. There's nothing quite like it. This pilot episode begins with a bit about Watchman Alexander, then moves to the topic of Christian "cannibalism" before addressing the issue of leaven as a symbol in the Bible. YOU'LL LEARN: How being qualified in the Kingdom of God is different than in the secular world One of the main w…
 
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