The simple answer is when Jesus returns. But when does Jesus return? “When the Great Tribulation ends” is really a more complex question than most think. Continue reading When Will the Great Tribulation End?
Most Christians know we are to watch for events in the end times. But do they know what NOT to watch for? Might our own theories of the end times deceive the church?
This is Part Five of our series on Jesus’s use of Daniel in the Gospels. In the previous article (Part Four) we looked at how Jesus used Dan. 11-12 as the source for the Olivet Discourse. In that article we looked at the first half of that period. In this article we will complete our look at those links between Daniel, the Olivet Discourse, and the Great Tribulation.
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.
The attempted coup against Turkish psuedo-dictator Recep Tayyip Erdogan appears over for the moment. Readers are questioning what the relation between the Turkey Coup and end times are.
The account of Gideon (Judges 6-7) includes trumpets, a great shout and unusual battle orders. From this we can surmise the account of Gideon and the Endtimes may be related.
Jesus’s disciples slept prior to his betrayal. This is an allegory for the Church during the end times. Are we watching or sleeping?
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.
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
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?