The Three Eternal Destinies of Man

We are eternal creatures. The way we live, the choices we make, and how we affect others will determine where we will spend eternity.

Although not all Christians believe it, a central dogma of the Christian religion is that all human beings who have ever lived and died without believing in Christ are doomed to eternal damnation. All Christian denominations hold to this fundamental doctrine, believing it to be firmly rooted in the...
Are all men doomed to eternal death who have never heard the gospel? This question looms in the minds of many Christians, and the classic answer, at least from the Calvinist camp, makes God out to be a vindictive1 monster: all men are born totally depraved, worthy of eternal damnation regardless of...
Redemption restores or recovers the purpose man was created to fulfill, for there is a purpose for creation other than what man is now accomplishing. Man does not know why he was created. There has been a spirit at work on the earth for generations to divorce man from the instinctive knowledge that...
Since "The Fall", decay is in the air. Decay is everywhere, and must be resisted by everyone in every way. The Second Law of Thermodynamics applies to every realm of life - physical, social, emotional, mental, and spiritual. We have to maintain what is good in the face of temptation, suffering,...
Our Creator alone knows what man is for, why He NEEDS man... And why He created them to be "Man", Male and Female...
“You coward... you liar... you thief!” a voice within you screams. Loud at first, but as the years go by its voice becomes fainter and fainter... But the conscience never forgets — never.
Satan is intent on deceiving the whole world however he can, by whatever means he can. Since the fall of man in the Garden until the present day, he has attempted to lead the whole world astray:

The Twelve Tribes is a confederation of twelve self-governing tribes, composed of self-governing communities. We are disciples of the Son of God whose name in Hebrew is Yahshua. We follow the pattern of the early church in Acts 2:44 and 4:32, truly believing everything that is written in the Old and New Covenants of the Bible, and sharing all things in common.