Ecclesiastes 1:9: That which has been is that which will be, And that which has been done is that which will be done. So there is nothing new under the sun. The truth is, this was a difficult post to write. It's bad enough to see these lies being spewed all over the media, to … Continue reading Ishtar worship in the Church?
1st Kings begins with King David as a very old man. David reigned in Israel for 40 years, 7 years from Hebron, and 33 years from Jerusalem. He had already survived one of his sons (Absalom) attempted coup to take away the Throne of Israel. Now, as David approached the time of his death, a … Continue reading Adonijah’s Rebellion
As stated in our previous blog post, the 2nd Beast of Revelation, otherwise known as the False Prophet, will coerce mankind into making for themselves an image to the Beast, and he will force them to take the mark of the beast. What is the Image of the Beast and the Mark of the Beast? … Continue reading Mark of the Beast/Image of the Beast
We can't write about the antichrist without mentioning his evil, and much lesser known side-kick, "THE false prophet. The False Prophet does not get top billing, but he definitely plays an important role in End-Times events. Who is this guy? We have to look at the Book of Revelation for understanding. We do NOT write … Continue reading False Prophet /2nd Beast
The antichrist is a "Popular figure" in the sense that many people have heard that there will be such an individual showing up on the world stage in the last days. I think most people have some understanding that this individual will be a devil, or a very evil person. Even Hollywood has inserted the … Continue reading The antichrist/1st Beast
Friends have asked me, "How can you be so sure that the Bible is true"? I would answer them that Bible Prophecy is one sure-fire way to tell that the Bible is true. There are many prophecies contained within the Bible that have already been fulfilled, which gives me great confidence that the remaining ones … Continue reading Daniel’s Beast Kingdom
In 1 Samuel 4 and 5, the Israelite's are embroiled in battles against the Philistines. The Philistines were an aggressive, warmongering people who occupied the territory Southwest of Israel between the Mediterranean Sea and the Jordan River. The name Philistine comes from the Hebrew word Philistia and the Greek rendering of the name Palaistinei, giving us … Continue reading Israel uses the Ark as an idol