Dealing With End Times Complacency

By Britt Gillette In 1970, Hal Lindsey published The Late Great Planet Earth. The book sold millions of copies and introduced a generation to the miraculous fulfillment of end times bible prophecies in our day and time. Coming on the heels of World War II, the rebirth of Israel, the Six Day War, and widespread …

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Is the Rapture and Second Coming the Same Event?

by Nathan Jones Jesus wraps up the Bible with a promise that one day He will return: "Surely I am coming quickly" (Revelation 22). The fulfillment of this promise stands out as one of the most prolifically talked about events in the whole Bible. Nearly 500 prophecies in the Old Testament and one out of …

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And The Gospel Will Be Preached…

by Britt Gillette A little less than 2,000 years ago, a Galilean man in the small province of Judea made one of the most bold and astounding prophecies in all of human history. He claimed His personal message of hope and redemption would be preached to the ends of the earth. When He made this …

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Has the world gone mad?

by Nathan Jones If you are asking this question, then you are most likely a devout follower of Jesus Christ who is alarmed at the state the world now seems to be in. This question may have been invoked by an election season that has left you flabbergasted over so many people turning a blind eye …

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Out of Many, One

by Pete Garcia  Currently, out of the desperation in Europe’s ongoing financial crises, there is in the works a marrying of the technology that currently exists with the financial restructuring that is seemingly channelizing the EU into becoming a more unified, streamlined, cashless society. They may not know this at the present, but each crisis seems …

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Israel’s ”Alleged” Temple

by Jack Kinsella One would think that, of all the possible efforts to revise history imaginable, the piece of history that would be the hardest to revise would be to deny the historical existence of a Jewish Temple in Jerusalem. First, the Bible is filled with references to a Jewish Temple. And the Dead Sea Scrolls …

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