God decreed to the Israelites that they were to observe seven feasts during the year in His honor. Three of those feasts required a pilgrimage to Jerusalem. This is the key for our Commentary today: The pilgrimage for and celebration of this feast was to remember His provision and protection during the 40 years in the wilderness.
Posts Categorized: Millennial Kingdom
As we survey the debris in these last days of this lost, dying, and radically unbelieving world, there are many causes and explanations for the decline that is leading inevitably toward God’s wrath and judgment that will culminate in the 7-year Tribulation.
After a discussion with a friend of mine concerning where people go when they die, I realized there is some confusion among believers about what the Bible teaches in this regard. What I hope to do here is provide a simple explanation for my friend and others who aren’t quite sure about this important topic.
An in-depth teaching outlining the 3 rebellions – from an ancient Israelite perspective – that are the root cause of the world as we know it today, mankind’s rejection of God, and why God must bring judgment.
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.
Is there a correlation to upcoming events on the Jewish calendar and things which are happening in the world. Can we speculate with a possible high degree of certainty when the 7-year Tribulation will begin? This article addresses these issues and more!