Much ink has been spilled about the shenanigans that many churches engage in to promote their version of Christianity in these last days. In recent years we’ve been inundated with social justice, LGBT, black liberation theology, New Age doctrines, and Israel hatred. The latest church that has come to our attention in this regard is the seeker-sensitive Crossroads Church in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Posts Categorized: Bible commentary
Tribulation Woe: Midpoint Desecration is the third book in The Tribulation Chronicles. The first book was Tribulation Rising: Seal Judgments and the second book was Tribulation Terror: Trumpet Judgments.
Perhaps you’ve noticed in your own Bibles when reading either Old Testament or New Testament accounts, that whenever leprosy is mentioned, there’s inevitably a footnote. Regardless of the context, the footnote reads something like: Leprosy was a term for several skin diseases. Now that’s all well and good, but for the most part – in context – does this make sense?
Over the years I’ve been doing these Commentaries, one of the foremost concepts I’ve constantly urged is that as true believers in Jesus Christ – especially those of us who are watching for His soon return in the pre-Tribulation Rapture – we should double-down on being in God’s Word each and every day.
Since October 7, 2023 when Hamas terrorists brutally attacked Israel and killed hundreds of innocent civilians, one of the things I’ve been saying is that at some point the US will abandon Israel, and she will be on her own. This shouldn’t surprise us, of course, because the Bible is clear that this is a spiritual battle.
The striking evidence that the world is growing ever nearer to the tipping point of being no different from the times of Noah and of Lot is becoming clearer every day. To put this into perspective, this article by Peyton Chapman of The Israel Guys provides an inside look at the terror perpetrated on the October 7th Hamas attack on Israel.