In the chronology of end time events, when does the Rapture happen?
The Apostle Peter demonstrated a firm belief in Jesus Christ. He was so sure of what he saw and what God had told him that he was...Read More
The Scriptures contain an implied prophecy that strongly suggests that we are the terminal generation — the one that will...Read More
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What is going to be the chronology of end-time events?
Is there any hope for our nation? I do not believe so. But we should not despair for several reasons.
Our nation, like Judah, has gone too far in its rejection of God. I believe our wound is incurable.
But, like ancient Judah, we became enamored with our wealth and power, and we began turning our back on God.
Our beloved nation is in the midst of what appears to be "The Perfect Storm." First came the pandemic, then the stock market crash followed by the collapse of our economy. And now, violence...
It was only when the mobs decided that the Lincoln Memorial, the Jefferson Memorial, and the images of presidents on Mount Rushmore had to be destroyed that we became outraged.
Yes, there is gloom and doom in Bible prophecy, but it is for unbelievers — for those who reject the grace that God provides through faith in His Son, Jesus.
The answer to continuing racism in our nation is not politics or violence or socialism. The answer is Jesus. That's because He transforms hearts and turns haters into lovers.
The first real chink in the armor of that entrenched system occurred in 1954, when the Supreme Court outlawed segregation in public schools.
Over and over I heard these words: "I'm protesting against systemic racism." Young protestors in the streets using an academic phrase?
The crybullies of the Cancel Culture say that you cannot speak, you cannot believe what you believe, and you cannot share Christ with others. Where is this going prophetically?
We were not made to be isolated or alone. Not only is it dangerous to our health, it is dangerous to our thinking.
One of the phrases heard over and over again these past several months is, 'We're all in this together.' While that sounds unifying and inspiring in a pop psychology way, is it true?
Marvin Olasky, the editor-in-chief of World magazine, recently wrote a heart-wrenching article describing the slaughter of Jews in Olevsk, Ukraine.