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How I Unexpectedly Learned God’s Name in Israel (& About the Joel 2:32 Revival)

By Tim McHyde / April 25, 2017

Is God’s name Yahweh, the LORD, or just “God?” Most Christians have no clue and aren’t that interested. It’s just not important in Christianity, but it is in God’s Word and end time events. Get ready, as this ignorance of God’s name will end, and by spectacular means. Joel 2:32 says that those whom God protects from end time events will know and call upon God’s personal name. How will believers be able to do that when Christianity does not teach the name of God? Through the return of something that will excite us all… Find out God’s name, who will teach it and how Jewish and Christian tradition has kept you from knowing it already.

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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 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 365¼ 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 365¼ day year and alternating 29 and 30 day lunar months we see 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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Parable of the Fig Tree: Jesus On Knowing If He’s Coming Now or Later

By Tim McHyde / June 3, 2011

Jesus gave the “Parable of the Fig Tree” in his answer to his disciples’ question on the sign of his coming yet Christians don’t understand the sign it refers to and instead keep inventing new ‘signs’ almost every year. The parable itself is often turned into a symbolic 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 Thief on the Cross and 5th Seal – Life After Death Understood

By Tim McHyde / March 1, 2010

The “Thief on the Cross” was promised by Jesus to be in “paradise” that same day they both died on the cross. While it may be proof that baptism is not required for salvation, it has a greater significance only realized when you understand the 5th Seal of Revelation 6 literally. Find out what really happens when the righteous die.

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