Last month, I did two prior teachings on this subject of the Unseen Realm. Part 1 was on August 3 and Part 2 was on August 24. In those Prophecy Updates we explored how the Bible contains much that simply isn’t taught today in churches. We build on this in today’s teaching.
Posts Categorized: Israel
To determine whether God’s Chosen People truly had faith in Him, the Lord allowed pagan nations to remain in the land of Canaan as the Exodus concluded so that the next generation of Israelites might experience war.
The potential for the Rapture of the church to occur on the Jewish day of mourning known as Tisha B’Av has become a topic of much interest lately among pre-Trib Rapture adherents. After reading a couple of well-written discussions on this subject, I figured I might as well accept the challenge and weigh in since I have a different perspective.
Having just read a fascinating story that involves time travel through a wormhole with the question arising: Could someone travel to the past and change the future? – I thought I’d give my two cents.
Life has been too good for us in the West. Inevitably, when a people become complacent, they think they’re good in their own nature. They see no need for God. A nation full of such people is destined for destruction.
Confusion seems to reign regarding the timing of Ezekiel’s War, which we know well as the War of Gog of Magog, as the prophet described in Ezekiel 38-39. There are three primary periods in which Bible teachers slot this critical conflict.