An analysis of Zechariah 14 verses 2 and 3 with respect to Israel’s War of Independence in 1948-9 and its subsequent wars.
This article explores the passages about the gathering of the saints by Jesus in the Last Days, commonly referred to as the Rapture, and discusses its connection to the six seals of Revelation.
This article explains why Jesus’s statement about his coming just like a thief in the night doesn’t include believers who are watching for the signs he told them to look for.
Ezekiel 32:27-28 is a prophetic passage that indicates that a temple will be rebuilt as a sign to the nations, before the beginning of the Great Tribulation.
The account of Balaam is given in Numbers 22-24 and 31. Balaam was a Gentile who worshiped God, but he was enticed by Israel’s neighbors to curse them and to put stumbling blocks in their way. The story is easy to overlook as just… Continue Reading “Balaam’s Error and Replacement Theology”
This post is about the seven temples mentioned in the Bible and the case for a literal rebuilt temple in Jerusalem in the Last Days.
In this modern age, English has become the unifying global language of science, and the Tower of Babel is now being rebuilt, but this time it’s called Transhumanism.
I rejoiced with those who said to me, “Let us go to the house of the Lord.” Our feet are standing in your gates, Jerusalem. Jerusalem is built like a city that is closely compacted together. That is where the tribes go up—the tribes of… Continue Reading “Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem – David’s or Daniel’s?”
The unprecedented global impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19), is a possible indication that the First Seal of Revelation has been opened. Check out my blog to find out why.
Thoughts about the inclusion of an oath of allegiance along with the administration of the mark of the beast.
If the religious establishment was expected to recognize the appointed time of Jesus’ first appearing, we need to know and be watching for the signs of his second coming, or we could face similarly dire consequences.