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UPDATED: Once a Date Setter, Always a Date Setter

May 23, 2011
UPDATED: Once a Date Setter, Always a Date Setter

Why are dispensationalists so vulnerable to datesetting? I believe that their eschatological system breeds datesetting. They see God's plan for the world as subservient to his great plan for saving national Israel.

Gadaffy the New Antichrist?

March 17, 2011
Gadaffy the New Antichrist?

Recent events in the Middle East, however, has some of the most popular “prophets” thinking about Libya’s Moamar Gadaffy as the newest candidate. But what proof do they have? I have the more solid evidence...

The Impact of Effective Witness

January 18, 2011
The Impact of Effective Witness

Therefore,we must never think that there is no justice. In this world, we frequently see that murderers, rapists, plunderers, liars, adulterers, thieves and robbers go scot-free. We become so furious when we see them get acquitted for crimes they obviously committed merely because of a technicality, political connections, or celebrity status. Isaiah 59:17-20; 1 Thessalonians […]

Thankful for a Church Faithful in the Last Days

January 11, 2011
Thankful for a Church Faithful in the Last Days

Together with most of the other New Testament writers, Paul affirms that the last days were inaugurated in the first-century A.D. when Christ first came down from heaven. If this is true, then like the Thessalonians, we are to be equally steadfast and patient in our hope for Christ’s return.

New Series: 1 & 2 Thessalonians—Faithful Living Before Rapture

January 6, 2011
New Series: 1 & 2 Thessalonians—Faithful Living Before Rapture

Then we who are alive, who are left, will be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air, and so we will always be with the Lord.

“She Gave Birth to A Male Child” Whom the Dragon Wanted to Devour

December 25, 2010
“She Gave Birth to A Male Child” Whom the Dragon Wanted to Devour

God will nourish and preserve you in your pilgrimage through this wilderness of sin. He nourishes your souls when you read and hear the preaching of his Word and when you partake of the Lord's Supper. These are your weapons against Satan's raging flood of wicked lies and deceptions through false teachers and others who would destroy the church.

Armageddon: Mother of All Wars or Mount of Assembly?

November 9, 2010
Armageddon: Mother of All Wars or Mount of Assembly?

Our text concerns the sixth seal, in which demonic forces assemble at the place called Armageddon. Two great forces, Satanic forces and God’s holy people, meet here for the final battle on the great day of God. And like the persecuted Christians in the first century, we who are Christ’s soldiers are warned to watch and always be prepared for this God-appointed battle.

Mount of Olives: Jesus’ Three-Point Sermon on What in the World Will Happen

October 7, 2010
Mount of Olives: Jesus’ Three-Point Sermon on What in the World Will Happen

The second important key to unlocking these verses is that the New Testament interprets the Old, so that Old Testament prophecies that talk about the future of Israel is reinterpreted in the New Testament as being fulfilled by Christ and his church.

Gog and Magog, Armageddon and Ezekiel 38-39

March 4, 2010
Gog and Magog, Armageddon and Ezekiel 38-39

How is it possible that perfected, heavenly humans who are unable to sin can produce people who will later fall into sin?

Epicenter: Gog-Magog Alliance Against Israel Today?

March 2, 2010
Epicenter: Gog-Magog Alliance Against Israel Today?

Ezekiel 38-39 is a prophecy of the Assyrian invasion of Israel in the 8th century B. C., and this invasion is typological--a foreshadow--of the great persecution of Christians by unbelievers throughout this present age until Christ returns.

The Fig Tree: A Sign to Israel and the Church

February 22, 2010
The Fig Tree: A Sign to Israel and the Church

Since it had no fruit because it was not in season yet, why did Jesus curse the tree? Because he was hungry and it had no fruit? Isn’t that a sin of selfishness, short temper and capriciousness? When Peter noticed that the fig tree had withered, why did Jesus answer, “Have faith in God,” and then talked about prayer?

Israel’s Jubilee Fulfilled in the Philippines!

February 12, 2010

Really? If Moses were alive today, he would have died laughing at the "Intercessors for the Philippines," a group of Filipinos so gullible to the deception of Cindy Jacobs, a well-known false prophet.

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