The elevation of Mary to deity is blasphemy. But it is also not proper to ignore her.
Was today's technology foretold in the Bible? Explore eight of the prophecies that foretold today's technology on this episode of...Read More
There are two kinds of myths that exist today regarding the Jewish people and their state of Israel.Read More
My most meaningful Christmas actually centered on a tragedy. It was 1984 and I was 11 years old. That was the Christmas when my paternal grandfather died.
Demons have been time traveling from other dimensions via portals created by the CERN collider in order to enter our dimension and retranslate the Bible.
Each year at Christmas, I am reminded of the remarkable prophecies concerning the birth of Jesus and how they substantiate His deity and the faithfulness of God.
Each of us has a unique address, and so did the Messiah. His address was spelled out in advance in Bible prophecy.
When God came to earth to tabernacle among Mankind, it appears that He timed His arrival in the Bethlehem manger to coincide with the Feast of Tabernacles.
Every year during the Christmas season I start receiving critical messages from professing Christians who condemn me for celebrating Christmas.
The virgin birth of Jesus has to be considered one of the greatest miracles of history, together with the resurrection.
Were all the prophecies in the Minor Prophets fulfilled in the past, or are they still relevant to us today?
The Minor Prophets lived so long ago! How then can I connect with their messages?
What lessons about improving your own faith in God can you learn from the Minor Prophets?
Do you consider the Minor Prophets strange? If so, which one is the strangest? And, which one can be the most challenging to understand?
When did the Minor Prophets proclaim God's messages? We're they all priests? How did they present their prophecies to the people?
The Minor Prophets may only consist of 7% of the 39 books of the Old Testament, and yet they are filled with the wisdom and knowledge of God. Such wisdom is still relevant to us today.
Jonathan Cahn concludes teaching from his book 'The Paradigm' by showing the parallels between King Jehu and Donald Trump.