What year will Jesus return? Does the Fig Tree Parable give us specific details about the year Jesus returns or only general details? Does the Fig Tree Parable support Preterism or Historicism, theories that everything in Matt 24 was fulfilled in the 1st Century? Watch the video to find out that there are four specific passages in Matt 24 that preclude a fulfillment in the 1st Century. Also watch to learn about a fascinating report of the appearance of chariots in the sky in the 1st century ad what that might have been. Also learn about other recent uses of the Fig Tree Parable to guess the date of Jesus’ return. Learn about a book that estimated it would be in 1988 and other guesses about 2017 and 2018, all based on the recreation of Israel as a nation in 1948. Find out what our best guess is about the meaning of the parable.
When Jesus taught his disciples about forgiveness he used this strange, cryptic phrase. Does it only mean “a very large number” or does it have a specific meaning? What does this specific meaning have to do with end times and what can we learn from it? Watch the video to find out
Walking on Water was Jesus’ most unusual miracle. Why did he do it? Was it a picture of the rapture? Did the events that happened that night teach us more about what the rapture will be like and when it will take place? Watch the video to discover for yourself.
If there was one aspect of the Gospels I thought wasn’t related to the end times, it would be Jesus’ temptation in the desert. When I began to meditate on this, however, I realized some amazing parallels between Jesus’ temptations and what believers will face in the end times. Watch this video to learn about it
The disciples asked Jesus what would be the sign of his coming. How did they know he would come again? This is prior to his death and even prior to the last supper where he explained many things. The answer may surprise you.
As many of you who follow this blog already know, from 2017-2019 this blog has been chosen as a top 25 prophecy blog on the web. We are pleased to announce that now our YouTube channel has also been chosen among the top 30 Prophecy YouTube Channels on Feedspot.
Here is a link to the listing
Our YouTube link is https://www.youtube.com/nelsonwalters
You may wish to examine these other channels. I may not agree with the theology expressed by all of them, but most are quite interesting.
On Friday and Saturday August 9 and 10 you can join Joel Richardson, Marquis Laughlin, myself and numerous other Bible teachers at the third annual Understanding the Times Conference.
Here is short promo video
We expect a full house, so if you think you can fly, drive, row, swim, or walk and get there. We’d love to see you make it.
Joel and I will be part of a roundtable discussion about Dan 8 which will prove to be very exciting.
If you come, be sure to stop by my table and say ‘HI’
This article is a transcription the the video of the same title found found on our YouTube Channel. Again we want to thank Sandra Haas for providing this transcription.
In the first article we explored why things won’t just pan out if the church faces the Tribulation Period. In this second article we’ll examine another common assertion; that God would never let his Saints enter the Tribulation Period. How can we determine if this is true? A frequent response is that God promised us He would keep us from the tribulation, just as He promised Noah to protect him from the flood. God has promised to protect Christians. But, did He make this specific promise?
Continue reading Will Christians Face the Great Tribulation
The following article is a transcript of a video found on our YouTube channel. “The Pretrib. Rapture Disproven” in ten minutes. And we have added a few additional points for our dedicated readers. There has been a lot of demand for written transcripts of these videos so that those of you who prefer slow and methodical study can refer back to them again and again.
Thanks to Sandra Haas who formatted this transcript, we are happy to provide it to you.
Continue reading Is the Gathering in Matt. 24 Jews or Christians?
The Gospel of Matthew begins in an unusual way, with the lineage or generations of our Messiah, Jesus. To most new Christians this is the most boring and irrelevant portion of the New Testament, and they skip over it.
To those who do venture to study this section, they are shocked that there are two apparent errors in the generations. What a way to begin the New Testament! How is this possible?
Continue reading Jesus Ancestry Explained