In this Prophecy Update today, I want to bring several points together that I’ve been stressing lately by adding in the Calvinism component, and enlarge that with a couple more ideas thrown into the mix. No doubt, what I say will step on a few toes since the topic is a touchy one.
Posts Tagged: a-millennialism
A friend sent me a link to an online message from about three months ago in the aftermath of the October 7, 2023 atrocity of Hamas terrorists attacking Israel. In this Prophecy Update I’ll go over what the pastor said, why he’s wrong despite how self-assured he was, and discuss why it’s so hard to find common ground in the Christian community when our eschatological, i.e. our end-times, beliefs vary so widely.
Here we are in the New Year of 2024 – a year that some have said could have a Black Swan event.
Biden and others in the Regime have been speaking out of both sides of their mouths. They express undying support for Israel while at the same time tying Israel’s hands and helping Hamas in numerous ways. We all know that words are simply that. It’s what people do – their actions – that tell us their true intentions. That is definitely the case with our American government.
We all have doubts at one time or another – right? We who believe fervently in the pre-Tribulation Rapture of the church – just because God hasn’t pulled the trigger yet and made it happen – don’t we sometimes despair a little in our weariness and wonder if we’re riding a dead horse? It’s not an overwhelming doubt; just a trickle that threatens our anticipation. But then, we pull ourselves together and realize that we’re either idiots for jumping into this mirey pit or that Satan is trying his best to discourage us.
Although many believers today who ascribe to Replacement Theology want to pretend that the church should essentially be the entity referred to in the Old Testament whenever Israel is mentioned, perhaps they shouldn’t be so eager to make that substitution.