When Jesus gave his great sermon on end times, he explained many of the prophecies in the Book of Daniel. This is the 3rd installment in the series and this one focuses on the Olivet Discourse and Book of Daniel.
In Daniel 6, we encounter the most famous episode in Daniel’s life, the night he spent in the lion’s den. Does it foretell Jesus’s death and resurrection? Was a picture of “Jesus in the Lion’s Den” yet to come?
Win a copy of Revelation Deciphered, Nelson Walters’ landmark 5-Star book to give away, perhaps during the Hanukkah/Christmas season.
The Gospels refer to and explain the Book of Daniel numerous times. The title Jesus chose for himself, the Son Of Man, was one of those references. This is the first part of a 3 part series on Jesus and the Book of Daniel.
Many have prayed and fasted for the USA to defeat the agenda of the spirit of Antichrist that Clinton espoused. Now that it has happened, what should Christians do? We must ask “Trump wins – now what?”
Every American who can vote (even those who don’t vote!) will choose between two theologies. They may think they are voting for politicians. They may even think they aren’t voting. But it is actually two opposed theologies up for election. So vote theology not politicians.
The American Presidential election took a surprising turn. Former congressman, Anthony Weiner was investigated by the FBI for unlawful sexual messages to a minor. The FBI seized his phone, laptop and iPad. On them were 650,000 messages belonging to his now-estranged wife, Huma Abedin. Abedin is Mrs. Clinton’s right hand adviser, and is a suspected supporter of the Muslim brotherhood. What effect will the mix of Weiner, Abedin, Clinton, and Espionage have on the election and the future of this country? What are the questions no one is asking?
The Didache is an ancient church document that explains many early Church beliefs including what they believed about Jesus’s return. It’s full English title is “Teaching of the Lord through the Twelve Apostles to the Gentiles.”
Should we ever vote for the lesser of two evils? Isn’t that sin? The famous quote attributed to preacher Charles Spurgeon was never meant to apply to voting. In fact, he was an advocate of voting and Christians utilizing their citizenship rights.
Psalm 68 gives us details about Jesus’s return that precede his return to Jerusalem.