What if I told you I know a way to virtually guarantee your escape in the end times? You’d like that right? It’s something that changes you and what you see in your life nearly every day, and lets you know always you are not alone and that God is with you. Read on for my (final?) answer on what to do if you want to make sure you survive the end.
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—with nearly all coming to understand that only his way of love works and to choose to live for eternity with him on earth in harmony.
Revelation 6 depicts a surreal scene of the whole world crying out in fear of “God and Jesus”—before God’s wrath or even the Great Tribulation. Incredible, right? Why would atheists believe in God before Jesus returns? For years I doubted that obvious meaning—until now, thanks to a new insight into the full situation leading up to that scene. Once you see this, too, you will understand the great anger and regret that the entire world will feel after they know beyond any doubt God himself just ended our civilization along with most lives. Will you be among the bitter new “converts” who hate God or among the few who survive with their faith intact? Read on to gain awareness of the devastating blow coming and how to prepare for it.
The “mighty” Nephilim giants of Genesis 6 are gone, but Revelation describes a return of another kind of Nephilim to play a major role in the end times. Despite this, few Christians know anything about the Nephilim—nor would they want to know given the scary details of these actual monsters. Without facing this shocking level of evil and abomination that God has chosen to allow, you can’t fully understand end-time prophecy or even God’s ways. If you are brave, it’s time to understand the Nephilim in the Bible and conquer your fear of monsters.
The Book of Revelation may be confusing overall, but it is crystal clear on “don’t take the Mark of the Beast” (Rev 14:9). Yet how do you obey that? Can they force the mark on you or trick you into taking it? Is it already here today and possible to identify now, such as Bitcoin? Also, why would anyone take it given the clear, global announcement coming against it? Find out everything you need to know about the Mark of the Beast today—plus a startling new insight on the months of torture awaiting those who take action too late.
Has God given man 6000 years to rule himself before Jesus returns to take over? Many Christians think the Bible teaches this and they leverage it to predict the year of Jesus’ Second Coming. But is it possible? How do you count the years? What do they start from? (Hint: not Adam/Creation) Also, what does Adam’s age for Seth’s birth tell us about the latest that Jesus can return?
Who are the 24 elders? The popular Christian interpretation says that the 24 elders represent the raptured Church. But is that figurative reading backed up by literal Scripture? Why not just take the passage as it is plainly written? There really can be 24 elders in Heaven if you understand where they came from in an overlooked passage in connection with the day of Jesus’ death. In the process, you will learn something about the three planned mass resurrections of the righteous.
What did Jesus mean that the time of his coming would be “just like in the days of Noah?” as Matthew records? Depends on who you ask! His analogy is usually terribly mishandled, often because teachers ignore Luke’s version which includes a key detail that Matthew is missing about the days of Lot. What do both Noah and Lot’s days have in common? And most importantly, who are those that are taken and who are those left? Which one should you be?
The biblical teaching of a Devil who inspires evil in the world is so disturbing that it causes some to doubt that Satan is meant to be taken 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. Satan will immediately inspire men to gather an army against 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.
The enigmatic Parable of the Ten Virgins seems loaded with potential secrets on the end times, but few of us are sure we understand it. The wedding feast at the Lamb’s Second Coming, the oil that is needed to enter the feast or Kingdom, the “virginity” and the mysterious “go buy” command that throws us for a loop on our ideas for the oil…what does it all mean? What are we missing when we are confused about this and other parables of Jesus? Find out and puzzle no more on what you need to do to enter the kingdom of God.