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Welcome to the
Third-Day-Kingdom
Home Fellowship

In Hosea 6:1-3, the Prophet Hosea describes the end of this age in a three "day" prophecy. The first two days began with Christ's Resurrection and is a time when we are told to "return to the Lord". After the first "two days" Jesus the Christ will return to heal, bind up and revive us. And on the third "day", He will "raise us up" in the Resurrection of the Just, having returned to claim the Inheritance of His Father, and to usher in His Millennial Kingdom. The Third Day Kingdom is the 1,000 year reign of Christ on this earth, a time of restoration, peace and promises fulfilled.

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THE 10 COMMANDMENTS OF CHRIST

If we expect God to be our Jehovah Jireh, our Provider, we have to be willing to ask, In exchange for His promises, His protection and His provision, what does HE expect of US?

The Preincarnate Christ gave Moses the 10 Commandments at Pentecost on Mt. Sinai but He wasn't done. During His ministry Jesus gave His own 10 Commandments, setting forth the Laws of Christ which all His followers are expected to follow. Join us as we explore the 10 Commandments of Christ.

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Our Mission

To shed the errors and false teaching of modern denominationalism, and return to the fundamental beliefs of the earliest Christians - those who "continued steadfast in the Apostle's Doctrine and fellowship".
See Acts 2:41-42


HOW TO READ YOUR BIBLE
FOR ALL IT’S WORTH

To get the most out of your Bible study you need to follow some rules. There are eight principles of interpretation that will guide you as you seek to know the Truth of the Lord.


Worship and Study With Us

When

Saturdays at 10:30 am


Where

We meet in homes in the
Tampa Bay Area.


How

Email Steve at sanclan7@mac.com

We are a local home fellowship and a satellite ministry associated with 4Winds fellowships – an international fellowship of Believers dedicated to rediscovering historical Christianity – what we call the “pristine faith”.