Covenant & Controversy Trailer and Teasers (Updated)

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It was such a privilege to spend this past weekend at the Hope of Israel Holy Convocation in Kansas City with an extremely high quality group of folks. It was truly a rich time for everyone. In the weeks ahead, all of the sessions will be made available, particularly for those who could not make it due to flight cancellations. We’ll keep you updated. Beyond the conference, we also did some filming for Dalton Thomas’ upcoming documentary Controversy and Covenant. Below is the official trailer as well as four teasers.

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  • good4u
    Posted at 17:15h, 25 February

    Amen and Amen, Joel! Your gentle, but firm chastisement in your short video of our earthly church shepherds is becoming increasingly urgent now because Iran is on the verge of fulfilling its biblical role as the Prophet Daniel predicts! It is becoming an increasing concern to prophecy students like myself who share this information with my pastor yet he just calls it “really interesting.” Really interesting????? Say what????? *shaking head in disbelief*

    I do believe many pastors view devoted biblical prophecy students as modern day scared “chicken littles” and that God would give His servant-pastors divine guidance from Him than some lay, self-proclaimed “prophecy student.” Other than prayer, what can prophecy students do to help persuade their pastors that biblical prophecy is being fulfilled right before their very eyes! Any suggestion, would be much appreciated. Thanks, Joel.

  • Troy D. Geddes
    Posted at 16:17h, 26 February

    After I watched each of these it took me about 2.3 three seconds to post them to my face book account… In the name of Jesus thanks so much for posting these to your blog.

  • David W. Lincoln
    Posted at 18:41h, 26 February

    Joel, continue to say what needs to be said, and when you don’t have enough strength on your own to do so, continue to rely on the Holy Trinity.

    For, it is a forgone conclusion that the will of the Holy Trinity, will be accomplished; because even the Holy Trinity respects the exercising of free will.

  • David W. Lincoln
    Posted at 17:53h, 27 February

    Also, I need to add this: The amount of trust each of Christ’s ones has in Lord God Almighty, is shown via obedience to what God has said. This is shown by Christ’s ones upholding their end of the covenant that has been struck with God.

    For, I consider all the horrendous things that Israel went through as being a consequence of Israel not fulfilling its obligations in the covenants struck between God, Avram, David, and the new covenant that Ezekiel refers to, when God promised to take away their heart of stone, and replace it with a heart of flesh.

    Plus, there is this to consider:

  • Brian Peterson
    Posted at 02:42h, 28 February


    While he doesn’t state is explicitly, it can be inferred from Reggie Kelly’s comments that he embraces Unconditional Election (one of the Calvinistic tenets). Do you know if this is true? I’ve recently been in contact with Dalton Thomas (who I think is incredibly gifted, and an amazing prophetic voice) and he unequivocally holds to a Calvinistic soteriology. I’m wondering if such is a common position among those associated with the Kansas City Prophetical School/Conference speakers (like Purtle, Volk, Kelly, etc.)?

    It is not my intention to start a debate on this blog, but I am looking for some clarification on where such folks lean in regards to soteriological views (primarily because our soteriology does affect our eschatology to some degree).

    Thanks, I loved your comments.


  • Joel
    Posted at 11:59h, 28 February


    There is a variety of belief among those who are involved with the KCPS. Reggie is speaking of course of Israel’s irrevocable, or unconditional election, not an individual.


  • David W. Lincoln
    Posted at 16:46h, 01 March

    Given the neighbours of Israel, I would be remiss to be quiet about this:

    When promises are made by God, they are upheld when the recipient upholds his end of the bargain.

    When you have those words communicated by Erdogan, that are attributed to him, the ripple effect cannot be ignored.

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