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: Sheol
Bible prophecy teachers are seldom in lockstep about various events in Scripture. One of the seminal prophecies that causes disagreement is the War of Gog-Magog as recounted in Ezekiel 38-39. Although this is among the most detailed of foretellings in the Bible, there are several different takes on when it will occur.
There is some contention among those who interpret Bible prophecy whether the Tribulation is seven years total or three-and-one-half years in length. I’ve always believed in a 7-year Trib and just came across another reason for this, literally as a proof text.
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.
Compromise among God’s people is not an isolated phenomenon, nor limited to either the Old Testament or the New. Two periods of extreme rebellion stand out for me when considering the church today and its compromising past.
The Lord says in Isaiah 1:18: “Come let us reason together.” The context for Isaiah’s verse is sin, but God gave us good minds. He wants us to think. That’s what we’re going to do today.