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Who Will “Bring Food to the Two Witnesses”?

By Tim McHyde / March 3, 2017

The Two Witnesses somehow preach against the Antichrist for the entire 1260 days of the Great Tribulation. But how do they manage to keep this going? Or just how do they even get fed during this stressful ministry? I have four interesting theories drawn upon the OT and NT (and one hater email) to possibly answer this question.

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Why Jesus Will Tell Christians, “Depart From Me! I Never Knew You.”

By Tim McHyde / October 10, 2016

The scariest prophecy in the Bible? Easy: Jesus’ prediction that he will tell “many” sincere believers at the rapture to “get lost” instead of welcoming them into the kingdom. So…who are they, what did they do wrong, and how do you make sure you’re not rejected on that day, too? Find those answers and the one requirement for salvation Jesus taught that Christianity does not.

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Why the 7 Bowls of God’s Wrath Last 10 Days

By Tim McHyde / September 10, 2016

How long is God’s wrath? Since it consists of seven bowls, does that mean it lasts seven days? Using insights from my book Know the Future, understand why the length of God’s wrath is ten days and how to decode Revelation and understand it literally with the Old Testament Law.

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Revelation’s 3 Resurrections vs. Heaven/Hell At Death

By Tim McHyde / June 4, 2016

Bible prophecy teaches about not just one, but three future mass resurrections. If you think everyone goes to heaven or hell when they die, then it’s time to understand what the Bible says about God’s genius plan to use multiple resurrections to “raise” up children like himself—who all come to understand fully that only his way of love works.

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Why Is the Tribe of Dan Not in Revelation 7’s 144,000?

By Tim McHyde / August 2, 2014

Why is the tribe of Dan is missing from the 144,000 in Revelation 7? Theories abound. Is it punishment for Dan’s idolatry and Dan being the city of Rehoboam’s idol worship? Or is it because the Antichrist comes from Dan as “the serpent by the way” prophecy may suggest? Is there any proof for these theories? Learn a new and convincing explanation to this centuries-old mystery.

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The Coming 360 Day Year Predicted in Revelation (1260 Days = 42 months)

By Tim McHyde / March 30, 2013

Everyone knows there are 365 days in a year—except, seemingly, the Bible… In both Genesis and Revelation, there are 360 days in a year and 30 days in all months. You won’t find the 365 day year and variable length months we all know today. Does this mean the Bible is an inaccurate book (as skeptics believe)? Not in the least. Read on to find out the little-known calendar secret of ancient history from Genesis and also Revelation’s hidden prophecy about earth’s change to a 360 day year because of a global catastrophe—before the rapture.

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God’s Bizarre Plan to “Catch and Release” Satan Before Burning Him Up

By Tim McHyde / May 6, 2012

The biblical teaching of a Devil inspiring evil in the world is so disturbing that it causes some to doubt that Satan is meant literally. After all, why would God create or tolerate a Devil? Adding insult to injury, Revelation 20 tells us that 1000 years after Jesus returns and jails Satan, God will let Satan loose again only to immediately start a bloody attack on Jerusalem. What is God thinking? Find out how God keeping Satan around today and releasing him from jail later (before he goes to the Lake of Fire with all the wicked) is the most loving thing he could do because of the important truth it demonstrates about evil.

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Parable of the Fig Tree: Jesus On Knowing If He’s Coming Now or Later

By Tim McHyde / June 3, 2011

Can you know if Jesus is coming now or not, without knowing the date? Most don’t think so because they miss that Jesus in his own words instructed us on how with his Parable of the Fig tree. Unfortunately, the parable is commonly misread as a prophecy referring to major events in the history of modern Israel one “generation” away from Christ’s return, supposedly allowing you to calculate the second coming date. But does “this generation” refer to Jesus’ first century audience or maybe to our generation, the “last generation?” Discover the real meaning of the parable and the key to discerning where we are in Bible prophecy that it plainly teaches when you let it.

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The Mark of the Beast – If You See It, It’s Too Late

By Tim McHyde / May 7, 2011

The Book of Revelation is rife with confusing passages. Yet it is crystal clear on the need to avoid the Mark of the Beast at all costs. But how do you make sure you do? What if they force it on you or trick you into taking it? Don’t we need to identify it now to best avoid it? Is it a figurative mark and somehow already here today? Also, why would anyone take it given the clear warnings described against it? Find out everything you need to know about the Mark of the Beast—plus a startling new insight on the months of torture awaiting those who take action too late.

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