Let's assume it does not go in Trump's favor. How can Christians around the world cope with and survive an elderly president with what seems like dementia and socialist vice president, and a socialist-led congress pushing the buttons?
A benefit of Bible study is its prophecies, which will help us to understand where we are in the stream of time, and what is yet to unfold. Notice the conditions that are coming in the text below.
When we think about prophets, prophesying, and prophecy there was in Bible times assuredly a foretelling of future events (a prediction of something to come). Some prophets such as Moses, Elijah, Elisha, Paul, Peter were given the power to perform powerful miracles as well. So, there was also what we refer to as in the... Continue Reading →
2 Thessalonians 2:6-12: Who is the restraint that held back the great apostasy? Who are these ones that have been “at work” since Paul’s day and are still “at work” in our day? Herein these questions are answered and others with two different views.
There are two general questions in regard to the proper interpretation of 2 Thess. 2:1-5; the one is, whether it refers to an individual, or to a series of individuals of the same general character, aiming at the accomplishment of the same plans; and the other is, whether there has been any individual, or any series of individuals, since the time of the apostle, who, by eminence, deserved to be called “the man of lawlessness.”
Daniel 9:24-27 gives us a prophetic time period, wherein there would be a word to restore and build Jerusalem that would initiate a time that would run up unto the coming of an anointed one, the Messiah, who would then be cut off and closing out of the seventy weeks of years with the end of the Abrahamic covenant. What do the different aspects of the 70 weeks of Daniel's prophecy mean?
At a glance, the biblical teaching on the wrath of God seems inconsistent with the doctrine of God’s love. Unfortunately, ignorance of the OT and a misunderstanding of the NT have resulted in a heretical view of the biblical ...
An apostate's defection from the faith may be intellectual, as in the case of Ernst Haeckel, who, because of his materialistic philosophy, publicly and formally renounced Christianity and the church. Then, there is Dr. Bart D. Ehrman who has rejected Christ because of his doubt in the trustworthiness of the Bible and the problem of evil, and so he has actively worked in opposition to Christ for 20+ years. It may also be moral and spiritual, as with Judas, who for filthy silver pieces basely betrayed his Lord.
This article is not being written to give you more information about the spread of the Coronavirus Pandemic. There are websites designed for those updates specifically. The objective of this article is to deal with the Coronavirus Pandemic biblically. What insights does the Bible offer? Some Christians who are aware of the 1918-19 Spanish flu pandemic have been strongly reminded of Bible prophecies. Andrews has written several books on Bible prophecy and dozens of articles.
"Satan is irrelevant and has been since the resurrection. If I'm tempted, God is tempting me for a reason. ... Didn't Satan first need permission from God to tempt Job? Does he not need the same permission to tempt me? So if I am being tempted I can reasonably draw the conclusion that God allowed that temptation for a reason."
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