Are we in the Last days? If so, when did they begin? We will soon be adding a NEW section on this blog that will be devoted to reporting specific News Items and Events pertaining to the "Signs of the Last Days". We hope that this will be a blessing as we begin or continue … Continue reading Signs of the End Times
What is the Gog and Magog war and when is it supposed to happen? The prophet Ezekiel, whose name means "Strengthened by God" served as a Priest in Jerusalem, and was among the 2nd group of captives taken into Babylon, along with Israel's King Jehoiachin. Ezekiel had some amazing visions of the Throne of God, … Continue reading Gog / Magog war
The word "Tribulation" means a state of great suffering, misery, or affliction. This word is derived from the word "Tribulum", which was a threshing instrument utilized by the Romans. The Tribulum was literally a wooden board covered with shards of stone or metal that was used to separate the wheat from their husks. There is … Continue reading The Tribulation…part 1
Where are we on God's Prophetic clock? We are in the "gap" between Jesus' crucifixion/resurrection and the start of Daniel's 70th week. We've been in this "gap" for approximately 2000 years, but the signs given to us by Jesus in Matthew 24 and Luke 21 indicate that we are now in the "last of the … Continue reading What time is it?
Verses about God shaking the Heavens and the earth appear several places, in both the Old and New Testaments. For the most part, they speak of end-time events, although there is an indication here that there was at one time some type of foreshadowing event. The Lord Jesus Christ led me to these verses a … Continue reading Yet Once More, God will shake the Heavens & the earth
Something that gives me hope each day is knowing that in the midst of our daily struggles, trials, temptations, and suffering, our God has a plan that is bigger than each of us, a plan to give us a future and a hope (Jeremiah 29:11). As we go about our daily grind, we can often … Continue reading The two shall become one ❤
Why did Ezekiel describe the bones in the valley as "dry"? In the Bible a Valley can be a literal place; however, spiritually speaking a valley often describes a very low point in a person's life. In Ezekiel 37, we have a picture of a valley, a very low place, filled with dry bones. The … Continue reading Can these dry bones live?