On the afternoon of Sunday, September 10, 2017, I was taking a break from the writing of a new book that I am trying to finish before September 20, 2017. The reason: about a week ago I realized while writing another book, that there have been many stunning events that have taken place in the past couple of years that have caught my attention. For nearly 42 years I have been studying, writing, lecturing, and teaching the prophecies of the Bible, and more specifically, those of the Messiah, Jesus.
I stopped writing and began to compile information for a new book that chronicles the events of the Great Tribulation. On September 21, 2017, the Feast of Rosh Hashannah or Feast of Trumpets begins. I have taught for years that when Jesus returns for His church at the Rapture, it will likely be during the Feast of Trumpets. Jesus perfectly fulfilled the first four feasts; Passover, Unleavened Bread, First Fruits, and Pentecost, on the precise days and in the specific ways that these feasts must be fulfilled. It is certain that when Jesus return for His church, it will be to continue fulfilling the remaining three Feasts: Trumpets, Atonement, and Tabernacles.
The world has reached a pinnacle of crisis in which the annihilation of North Korea may be imminent. Being that North Korea has repeatedly claimed they have the capacity to launch a nuclear tipped Intercontinental Ballistic Missile at the United States or Guam, and have achieved the capacity to affix a Thermonuclear Device (Hydrogen Bomb) to an ICBM, how does the world know at this point if a missile test is really just a test or is an actual launch of a nuclear tipped ICBM? The answer, is of course, is we do not know. Continue reading “The Annihilation of North Korea”→
“These things were written so that you might believe”
How would you feel if you had a son and he went into hostile territory to seek out and save people who would never thank him for what he had done? What would you do if these individuals falsely accused your son of crimes he did not commit and had him arrested, beaten, and executed?¹ What emotions would you feel if your son cried out to you to forgive the men who were torturing your son, and he asked you to not hold these crimes against them?² What would you do to these men, when they treated the love that your son gave to them, as garbage to be thrown out and disregarded?³
When a new world ruler makes his entrance onto the stage of human life in the last days, he will be unlike any man that has ruled before him. The Book of Revelation describes him as “the beast.” He will so captivate the attention of the world that they will marvel after him.
And all the world marveled and followed the beast…and they worshiped the beast, saying, “Who is like the beast? Who is able to make war with him?” Revelation 13:4
For many years, I have wondered how this could happen. I had not seen a man during my life who had the abilities that are described by John in the 13th chapter of Revelation. That is, until I began to watch Donald Trump on television. Continue reading “Who Is Like The Beast?”→
This morning, I learned that in May of this year, during the feasts of Passover and Pentecost, in conjunction with the third of four blood moons, people around the world have been hearing the sound of a trumpet, coming from the heavens. In Germany, on a Youtube video, a young boy is seen standing in the street in utter fear as the sound of trumpet blast is heard. What makes this interesting is that this trumpet was heard on Sunday, during the feasts of Passover and Pentecost, when a blood moon also occurred.
In the Book of Revelation, chapter 4, John hears the sound like a trumpet, then he sees a door opening in heaven and hears the words: “come up here.” From that moment on, the church is not seen anywhere during chapters 6-18, when the events of the seven year tribulation are taking place. It appears that this sound of a trumpet and John being taken in the spirit, to heaven, are illustrations of the moment when the Rapture will take place and all those who love Jesus are taken from the earth by Him.
One: the evidence for the Rapture, from the Bible Two: The teaching of the Rapture before the Tribulation, in the early Christian church Three: evidence the early church taught a pre-Tribulation Rapture
When Paul wrote his second letter to the church at Thessalonica, it was with great concern that he penned his words. After visiting this church in the past and having taught them about the return of Jesus for His church in 1 Thessalonians chapter 4, false teachers had come in and said that the Day of the Lord had already taken place.
The month of September, 2015, holds a few key elements that will change the world forever. Iran has already indicated that they have no intention of keeping their commitment to cease the building of nuclear material that can be used to make weapons to destroy Israel.
“Iran does not plan to issue permission for the [International Atomic Energy Agency] to inspect every site,” Iranian Defense Minister Brig. Gen. Hossein Dehqan told Al Mayadeen News Wednesday. “U.S. officials make boastful remarks and imagine that they can impose anything on the Iranian nation because they lack a proper knowledge of the Iranian nation.”
– Iranian Defense Minister Brig. Gen. Hossein Dehqan
Without the possibility of a feasible agreement between the United States and other key nations; to reduce or eliminate Iran’s capacity to produce weapons of nuclear capacity, Israel is left dangerously vulnerable.
It is clear that Israel has no other choice but to destroy Iran’s nuclear capacity, now, before the threat grows into action by Iran. If the leaders of the Iranian government care nothing for the opinions of the U.S., before they have completed their building of material that will make a nuclear weapon possible, it is certain they will not be afraid to use those weapons against Israel once they are ready.
Recent rumors that a 2.5 mile wide Comet or Asteroid will strike the earth in September 2015, have caused many to be concerned. Self appointed prophets have claimed that God told them this event would take place.
According to the Prophetic Timeline of the Bible, this cannot happen.
Before the events described in the Book of Revelation, which speak of “A mountain burning like fire,” striking the earth and the death of two-thirds of the people of our planet,—during 21 separate judgements of God, certain specific events must take place first.