There’s been much written about the identity of Babylon and its richly deserved destruction as chronicled in Revelation 17-18. Today let’s try to see what we might learn about this mystery and what light we can shed on this subject.
Posts Tagged: Islam
One of my objectives is to get folks to think. The questions we should all ask are: What does Scripture say? What are the implications when we look at all sides of certain passages? How might this affect what we’ve been led to believe simply because someone else said it and declared it true?
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.
The Middle East remains a cauldron of prophetic activity as we head into the last months of this year. Israel is literally God’s prophetic clock that provides us with the milestones for determining when Christ will return. If we want to know how close we are to doomsday midnight for the end of the world, we keep our eyes on Israel.
How much will true followers of Jesus Christ have to endure before the Lord mercifully removes us from the midst of this chaotic tide of hatred in the world that gets worse every day? Is there reason to hope?
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.