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Live Behind The Veil show

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"Behind The Veil" is an atmosphere created by men and women of God speaking in the Holy Spirit the Father's Word. Spiritual and temporal topics are addressed openly and without respect to political correctness or religious restraint. The underlying question is always being asked; "Are you hungry and open for more of what God is pouring out?"

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Shrimad Bhagwat Katha | Day 7 | Part 3 show

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha | Day 7 | Part 3Join Now to Follow

The Bhagavata Purana is a revered text in Vaishnavism, a Hindu tradition that reveres Vishnu. The text presents a form of religion (dharma) that competes with that of the Vedas, wherein bhakti ultimately leads to self-knowledge, salvation (moksha), and bliss. However, the Bhagavata Purana asserts that the inner nature and outer form of Krishna are identical to the Vedas and that this is what rescues the world from the forces of evil. An oft-quoted verse (1.3.40) is used by some Krishna sects to assert that the text itself is Krishna in literary form.

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Shrimad Bhagwat Katha | Day 7 | Part 4 show

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha | Day 7 | Part 4Join Now to Follow

The Bhagavata Purana is a revered text in Vaishnavism, a Hindu tradition that reveres Vishnu. The text presents a form of religion (dharma) that competes with that of the Vedas, wherein bhakti ultimately leads to self-knowledge, salvation (moksha), and bliss. However, the Bhagavata Purana asserts that the inner nature and outer form of Krishna are identical to the Vedas and that this is what rescues the world from the forces of evil. An oft-quoted verse (1.3.40) is used by some Krishna sects to assert that the text itself is Krishna in literary form.

By Hubhopper

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha | Day 7 | Part 5 show

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha | Day 7 | Part 5Join Now to Follow

The Bhagavata Purana is a revered text in Vaishnavism, a Hindu tradition that reveres Vishnu. The text presents a form of religion (dharma) that competes with that of the Vedas, wherein bhakti ultimately leads to self-knowledge, salvation (moksha), and bliss. However, the Bhagavata Purana asserts that the inner nature and outer form of Krishna are identical to the Vedas and that this is what rescues the world from the forces of evil. An oft-quoted verse (1.3.40) is used by some Krishna sects to assert that the text itself is Krishna in literary form.

By Hubhopper

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha | Day 6 | Part 4 show

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha | Day 6 | Part 4Join Now to Follow

The Bhagavata Purana is a revered text in Vaishnavism, a Hindu tradition that reveres Vishnu. The text presents a form of religion (dharma) that competes with that of the Vedas, wherein bhakti ultimately leads to self-knowledge, salvation (moksha), and bliss. However, the Bhagavata Purana asserts that the inner nature and outer form of Krishna are identical to the Vedas and that this is what rescues the world from the forces of evil. An oft-quoted verse (1.3.40) is used by some Krishna sects to assert that the text itself is Krishna in literary form.

By Hubhopper

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha | Day 6 | Part 5 show

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha | Day 6 | Part 5Join Now to Follow

The Bhagavata Purana is a revered text in Vaishnavism, a Hindu tradition that reveres Vishnu. The text presents a form of religion (dharma) that competes with that of the Vedas, wherein bhakti ultimately leads to self-knowledge, salvation (moksha), and bliss. However, the Bhagavata Purana asserts that the inner nature and outer form of Krishna are identical to the Vedas and that this is what rescues the world from the forces of evil. An oft-quoted verse (1.3.40) is used by some Krishna sects to assert that the text itself is Krishna in literary form.

By Hubhopper

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha | Day 6 | Part 6 show

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha | Day 6 | Part 6Join Now to Follow

The Bhagavata Purana is a revered text in Vaishnavism, a Hindu tradition that reveres Vishnu. The text presents a form of religion (dharma) that competes with that of the Vedas, wherein bhakti ultimately leads to self-knowledge, salvation (moksha), and bliss. However, the Bhagavata Purana asserts that the inner nature and outer form of Krishna are identical to the Vedas and that this is what rescues the world from the forces of evil. An oft-quoted verse (1.3.40) is used by some Krishna sects to assert that the text itself is Krishna in literary form.

By Hubhopper

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha | Day 7 | Part 1 show

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha | Day 7 | Part 1Join Now to Follow

The Bhagavata Purana is a revered text in Vaishnavism, a Hindu tradition that reveres Vishnu. The text presents a form of religion (dharma) that competes with that of the Vedas, wherein bhakti ultimately leads to self-knowledge, salvation (moksha), and bliss. However, the Bhagavata Purana asserts that the inner nature and outer form of Krishna are identical to the Vedas and that this is what rescues the world from the forces of evil. An oft-quoted verse (1.3.40) is used by some Krishna sects to assert that the text itself is Krishna in literary form.

By Hubhopper

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha | Day 7 | Part 2 show

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha | Day 7 | Part 2Join Now to Follow

The Bhagavata Purana is a revered text in Vaishnavism, a Hindu tradition that reveres Vishnu. The text presents a form of religion (dharma) that competes with that of the Vedas, wherein bhakti ultimately leads to self-knowledge, salvation (moksha), and bliss. However, the Bhagavata Purana asserts that the inner nature and outer form of Krishna are identical to the Vedas and that this is what rescues the world from the forces of evil. An oft-quoted verse (1.3.40) is used by some Krishna sects to assert that the text itself is Krishna in literary form.

By Hubhopper

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha | Day 6 | Part 1 show

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha | Day 6 | Part 1Join Now to Follow

The Bhagavata Purana is a revered text in Vaishnavism, a Hindu tradition that reveres Vishnu. The text presents a form of religion (dharma) that competes with that of the Vedas, wherein bhakti ultimately leads to self-knowledge, salvation (moksha), and bliss. However, the Bhagavata Purana asserts that the inner nature and outer form of Krishna are identical to the Vedas and that this is what rescues the world from the forces of evil. An oft-quoted verse (1.3.40) is used by some Krishna sects to assert that the text itself is Krishna in literary form.

By Hubhopper