The Book of Revelation extensively uses metaphors, that can identify hidden similarities between two ideas. In this post, we explore the background and fate of two “women” – the Bride of Christ and Babylon the Great. … More Rapture 2019: The Bride and Babylon
I am for peace; but when I speak, they are for war. (Psalm 120) The hidden prophecies in the Psalms points to the Ezekiel invasion happening in 2020 (Psalm 120 corresponds to the year 2020). Do the facts on the ground support this? … More 2020: Peace and War
The word rapture comes from the Latin rapere, meaning, “to seize” or “to abduct.” Experiencing the End Times without the Rapture would be like Noah without a boat, or Lot not getting rescued by the Lord’s angels. … More Is the Rapture a False Hope?
The Rapture refers to an event which will mark “the end of the age”. The church age is outlined with Jesus’s message to the seven churches. The signs confirm we are rapidly approaching the terminus of the church age. … More Rapture 2019: The Church Age Terminus
For the majority of the world, the concept of Rapture and End Times is more fantasy than reality. Most people don’t believe that world events will reach a final climax soon. What does the Bible say about the timing of the End Times? … More Rapture 2019: the Delay and the Departure
The Feast of Trumpets points to the time of the Rapture. Are we approaching the time when the heavenly trumpet will be heard? … More Rapture 2019: the Feast of Trumpets
What merited the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah was not just the sin of homosexuality, but the widespread culture and promotion of the homosexual lifestyle. What does the Holy Bible say about gay pride? … More LGBT: Coming Out of Sodom