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?
In the very second Psalm, God gives us a picture of the titanic struggle that will take place between His Messiah and the Anti-Messiah (Antichrist) during the final 3 1/2 year Period Jesus called the Times of the Gentiles. It will be Psalm 2: Christ versus Antichrist.
At the Last Supper Jesus drank from 3 cups of wine as part of the Passover. He didn’t drink the Fourth Cup. How is this related to the Gospel and to prophecy? What do Passover’s four cups teach us?
Happy Good Friday and Resurrection Sunday! Happy Passover and First Fruits! Hope you enjoy this special holiday video.
How Can We Defeat ISIS, PART TWO
In the first installment we examined ISIS, caliphates, and “orthodox Islam.” Armed with that information, we are ready to look at what God says about ISIS in Bible prophecy. Then in the next article we combine all this knowledge to compile a plan to combat this evil.
How can we defeat ISIS? How do you overcome an ideological foe? This is a complicated topic and will require a multi-part discussion. This first installment is about knowing and understanding your enemy.
PART ONE: KNOWING THE ENEMY
On December 6, 2015 a few days after the massacre in San Bernadino, President Obama outlined his suggestions about ISIS. His plan for defeating ISIS left most Americans looking for other solutions. Presidential candidates Cruz and Trump have let their opinions be known as well, but all these ideas just seem lacking to me. So I have decided to provide the Church with my thoughts on how Christians should proceed.
“O, Come, O, Come Emanuel” is a haunting hymn. Does it have an end times message? Surprisingly it does! It actually can be considered entirely about end times, not Christmas, if you wish. It blessed me to consider the words of this hymn. Hopefully it will bless you as well. After reading this, may you always hear this hymn with new understanding and with the expectation of the Glorious coming of our Lord in mind.
I’m sure you’ve seen the recent New York Daily News headline that “God Isn’t Fixing This.”
The Daily’s writer, Rich Schapiro, was making a case for gun control and against conservative politicians who offered up prayers for the victims but not Mr. Schapiro’s flavor of gun control. Mr. Schapiro mocked the prayers of the faithful saying, “the prayers aren’t working.”
My article isn’t about gun control or politics. It’s about the not so subtle suggestion by Mr. Schapiro that God is impotent or doesn’t exist. “How can a loving God permit mass murder and terrorism,” he might have asked.