I’m going to do this Prophecy Update a little differently than what I normally do. The Old Testament is replete with the prophets declaring extremely hard Words from the Lord.
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The Bible is a book filled with wonders, all of which point to God. Why is it that given all we’re shown He can do, that we still try to limit Him?
In recent weeks we examined the End-Times Cult of Catholicism in our Awaken Bible Prophecy Update. Unfortunately, non-Catholic Christianity doesn’t get a pass when we look at it in relation to end-times prophecy.
How anyone can read the New Testament and come away not seeing the many instances where the pre-Tribulation Rapture is discussed, nor the warnings associated with it, is beyond me.
One of the passages in Matthew 24 that has caused a differing of opinions revolves around what is headed “No One Knows That Day and Hour.” This section is where Jesus speaks about His return, but which return is it?
The end of the age is coming. Jesus warned His disciples that this world as we know it has a finite life span. Unfortunately, through the years, Jesus’ Words have been twisted and misunderstood.
Certain incidents in the Bible often foreshadow other events yet to come. This idea comprises the concept of typology. Typology is a symbolic representation, usually showing something in the Old Testament in one manner to portray what will happen in the New Testament.
In a previous Prophecy Update on August 11, 2021 titled Puppet Master Conspiracy, I discussed why I believe that the vast majority of highly placed individuals around the world didn’t necessarily make it to the top on their own merits.
The issue of the pre-Tribulation Rapture is much more serious than most people understand. Because of poor doctrinal teaching or ignorance, far too many in the church are either apathetic to the doctrine or even hostile to it.
The Lord says in Isaiah 1:18: “Come let us reason together.” The context for Isaiah’s verse is sin, but God gave us good minds. He wants us to think. That’s what we’re going to do today.