Posts filed under ‘Pretribulational Rapture’

The New Age Reveals Satan’s Intentions, Pt 3

Within the New Age, there is strong belief that one day, this world will spiritually evolve to a level, heretofore unknown in human history. Call it the Age of Aquarius or something else, but New Agers believe it will happen. At some future point, a global governance of this world will exist and of course, the New Age makes it plain that this coming united world will be a very good thing. In fact, it’s what the New Age in all its various forms has been seeking for generations.

Continue Reading January 16, 2019 at 10:19 AM 4 comments

The New Age Reveals Satan’s Intentions, Pt 2

It is very possible that Satan has directly or indirectly provided these people and many others with insight into how things will develop and these same people – whether or not they support Trump (though many leaders within the New Age do) – believe that because of all the things that are happening behind the scenes now to ferret out all the corruption in many governments throughout the world, there will come a new system.

Continue Reading January 15, 2019 at 12:03 PM 1 comment

Is It This or That?

The Jews could not grasp what Jesus said. In Matthew 24, He used the word “this” to reference a generation and it seems clear enough (though there is plenty of disagreement), that He ultimately was referring to the generation that would be alive during the coming Tribulation, which would end as He returned. However, there is also a near/far view because things certainly started with the generation living at the time of Jesus, didn’t it?

Continue Reading November 2, 2018 at 11:57 AM 2 comments

Gospel Reset: Salvation Made Relevant Book Review

Christians need to be able to understand how to present the Gospel to people today who are largely godless and have no real concept of a loving God who hates sin. Most when they hear the word “sin” think of the archaic Dark Ages. Too many today believe God is simply “love” and that’s it. What they fail to understand is that God is also holy, perfect, righteous and for those who never come to Him in need of salvation, He becomes their Judge.

Continue Reading October 10, 2018 at 12:04 PM 2 comments

Should Christians Fear God?

Christians who do not have a very healthy, reverential fear of God do not understand who God is and the power that He wields. He brought this world into Creation out of nothing (ex nihilo). Everything that we see, we enjoy, we benefit from, God made. He did so for His own glory, not ours.

We must put ourselves in our proper place and understand things from God’s perspective. He made us for Himself. God has every right to expect people – especially Christians – to live for Him, to bring glory to Him. Think of how many people go through this life never recognizing God and their actual purpose for being here? It’s scary to consider. How often are we Christians guilty of adopting a laissez-faire attitude where God is concerned? Paul would warn us that this ought not to be.

Continue Reading May 5, 2018 at 1:39 PM

Donald Trump, the Bible, and the End Times, Pt 1

But for me, there was actually a much larger issue at hand. I could not wrap my brain around the fact that if Trump was legitimate and actually wanted to bring America back under the rule of law as outlined in the United States Constitution, how could this possibly happen if the Bible says this world will ultimately become one in a form of a new world order, or one-world government that would be eventually headed up by the Antichrist? I admit I couldn’t see how it all fit together.

Continue Reading February 22, 2018 at 2:59 PM 9 comments

Numbers 10 through 14: Complain, Complain, Complain

God basically gave Aaron and Miriam a good talking to and explained that He reveals Himself to whomsoever He wills. In the case of Moses, God assured the two that He spoke to Moses as one many speaks to another. Basically, God was telling Miriam and Aaron to mind their own business and stop questioning Moses or God. When God left their presence, Miriam had become leprous. Aaron was unaffected. I’m going to assume this was so because Miriam might have been the instigator here. Maybe she had become jealous of Moses and his new wife. Even though Miriam was Moses’ sister, she may have taken a less important role after Moses remarried. This could have been the reason. Aaron obviously had concerns or he would not have joined with Miriam, but it’s possible that like Eve, Miriam brought out his desires into the open, whereby he sinned. In the end, they both learned a very valuable lesson.

Continue Reading February 12, 2018 at 7:56 AM 4 comments

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