In Hebraic prophecies, a Jewish grammatical idiom known as the “prophetic perfect” is sometimes used that substitutes a “past tense” for what obviously should be “future tense.” This makes us ask, “When is the Past the future?”
Revelation 15 states that the saints will sing the Song of Moses in heaven. We will look at the Song of Moses and the Time of the End in this final installment in the series.
The Song of Moses found in Revelation is sung by the saints in heaven. What is the Song of Moses and is it found elsewhere in Scripture?
What is the Song of Moses mentioned in Revelation? When is it sung? Where is it found elsewhere in scripture and What does it mean?
Did God divorce the Northern Kingdom? We are told multiple times that he did because of her adultery.
People look at Ezekiel’s visions about the dry bones and two sticks in Ezek. 37 and ask what they mean. The dry bones and two sticks are among the most highly contested passages in the 10 Lost Tribes debate.
Are there two Israels? Yes, shockingly, one is physical Israel and one is Spiritual Israel.
10 Lost Tribes: Are Christians their Spiritual Descendants?? We are into seriously deep mud in this article.
Are the 10 lost tribes of Israel’s Northern Kingdom “lost” only to be “found” someday, were they assimilated back into Israel 2500 years ago, did they intermarry and “blend” into the culture, and are today’s Christians their physical descendants? To many this is the missing “link” to understanding the end times. To others is a hoax. What is the truth?
Jesus’s walking on the water was a most unusual miracle; probably his most unusual miracle. Why did he walk on water; what was his purpose? Jesus was tempted by Satan to jump from the pinnacle of the Temple. Jesus considered this similar miracle to be sin. So was Jesus’s walking on water a picture of the Rapture when he will someday walk on clouds? This is a radical new way to look at this miracle. If this was the purpose of the miracle, what can we learn from it?