The Church’s current understanding of the short one verse Parable of the Vultures in the Olivet Discourse (from Matt. 24:28) requires the misapplication of no less than THREE Greek words. This must set some kind of record for a single verse. When the proper application of those words is made, this somewhat grotesque-sounding verse becomes a beautiful picture of the Rapture.
When Jesus returns will Christians be “taken or left?” Are the unrighteous “left behind” or is it the other way around?
What connection is there between the timing of the Rapture and the Great Commission?
An area of contention among Prophecy teachers is whether there are two kings or three depicted in Dan. 11:40-45. As with most controversies, a failure to look at the passage in context is behind the misunderstanding.
What is the most misunderstood Bible verse? There are lots of candidates: “judge not,” “I didn’t come to destroy the law, but to fulfill it,” etc. But in my opinion the most misunderstood Bible verse (and the most damaging because of that misunderstanding) is Matt. 24:36.
Are the Letters to the Seven Churches in Revelation simply letters to ancient churches or are they actually prophetic?
Rev. 1:1 quotes the Book of Daniel. The Olivet Discourse given by Jesus to the disciples quote this same passage. What does this quote teach us about end-times? Continue reading Rev. 1:1 quotes the Book of Daniel
We have arguably entered a time of unparalleled unrighteousness. How can we overcome these days of Noah? How can a Christian rise above the culture to proclaim Christ to a dying world?
A somewhat strange “proof” that Pre-Tribulation Rapture supporters frequently bring up is that there is no mention of the Church after Rev. 4:1. They claim the word “church” is used 18 times in Revelation, but not between Rev. 4-19 (the 70th Week of Daniel).
What will be the Image of the Beast? What does scripture tell us? In Daniel 3, Nebuchadnezzar built an image of gold. Is this a biblical picture of the coming image?