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Why “No Man Knows the Day or Hour” Does Not Apply Forever

By Tim McHyde / January 29, 2011

When Jesus said, “no man knows the day or hour,” he nullified the use of the Bible (or anything else) to “set dates” or predict when end time events will happen. But his words are not clear enough today alone to silence the date setters. Some people think “day or hour” allows for knowing the […]

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Why Most Christians Won’t Be Raptured (& How To Make Sure You Are)

By Tim McHyde / January 11, 2011

The rapture is the hope of hundreds of millions of Christians. Unfortunately, according to Bible prophecy, most will be “left behind” weeping and gnashing their teeth (as Jesus portrayed it). This can happen if we trust in what men have taught and not what Jesus actually said about belonging to him at his coming (1Co […]

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What’s Next In Prophecy & What’s Holding It Back?

By Tim McHyde / August 28, 2010

With the completion and activation of Iran’s first nuclear reactor (at Bushehr), an often-overlooked Old Testament prophecy comes again into focus. Importantly, this prophecy, and not the rapture, is the next one to be fulfilled. With the proliferation of nuclear weapons approaching in the Middle East, it could very well come in our lifetime. Find […]

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The Rapture: Its Timing, True Purpose, and Surprising Minimum Age Cut-off

By Tim McHyde / April 9, 2010

Despite all the discussion and debate about the rapture among Christians, several key aspects of the rapture are still not widely understood. Besides the important timing question, there is also the question of the rapture’s purpose (it’s not what you think) and the fact that not only the wicked will be “left behind” but some […]

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What Kind of “Earthquakes” (Mt 24:7) Are An End Time Sign?

By Tim McHyde / March 20, 2010

It seems to many that severe earthquakes are on the rise. Christians naturally wonder if this is what Jesus spoke of in the Olivet Discourse about the sign of “earthquakes in diverse places” preceding his coming. But are normal scattered earthquakes like this a sign of the end? A reexamination of this passage is now […]

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Isaiah 17: When Will Israel Nuke Damascus? The Clue in Psalm 83

By Tim McHyde / September 4, 2008

Isaiah prophesied the destruction and abandonment of Damascus, Syria over 2700 years ago. Yet the city continues today, despite so many Middle East wars and predictions that “this year” it will finally come to pass. So what is missing that is holding this prophecy back? Israel’s strike on Iran? Or perhaps the overlooked prophecy in […]

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The Third Temple Prophecy: What’s Holding Back Its Fulfillment?

By Tim McHyde / May 4, 2007

Many Christians consider the rebuilding of the Temple and restarting of animal sacrifices not a prophetic sign, but an affront to Christ and the church (the “real” temple?). If you learn what the Book of Hebrews says is the actual purpose of the Temple and sacrifices, the plain prophecies about them coming again will make […]

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When is the Separation of the Sheep from the Goats?

By Tim McHyde / November 28, 2006

“Isn’t the Separation of the Sheep from the Goats at the start of the Millennium?” I received this email on my article Why The Beast and False Prophet Enter The Lake of Fire First: However, what about the goats that are sent away into the lake of fire in Matthew 25:31-46 when Jesus comes in […]

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Antichrist Identified From 666 and Revelation 13?

By Tim McHyde / July 1, 2006

The Bible describes a future one world government leader ruling for the last 42 months of these End Times. He should be alive today. Does Revelation 13’s clues including 666 identify him as Prince Charles of Wales? Find out in this article written by Monte Judah. Note from Tim: This article written by Monte Judah […]

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Times of the Gentiles Identified, At Last

By Tim McHyde / June 21, 2006

What are the Times of the Gentiles and when do they end? After reading Jim Bramlett’s speculation on The Times of the Gentiles possibly ending in 2005 (www.fivedoves.com/letters/aug2005/jim822-1.htm) I had a nagging feeling that there was a key verse missing in his analysis, as my understanding of the Times of the Gentiles was equated with […]

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