Although the average Christian wouldn’t know an “abomination of desolation” even if it came up and bit them in the rear, Jesus gave important end time survival instructions for “when you see the abomination.” This cryptic phrase describes the key event that immediately precedes the Great Tribulation and is the last chance to flee to safety from the Antichrist. Nevertheless, people continue to disagree on what the abomination of desolation is or even whether it is past or future! Find out why it’s not the Dome of the Rock or any past event, and what exactly Revelation says it will be.
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.
The Two Witnesses are impressive end time prophets able to stop the rain, send plagues and survive the Beast and False Prophet who they prophesy against. Understandably, they are the subject of much speculation and even envy today among Christians. Christians alternately believe that they are Enoch and Elijah (who allegedly never died), Moses and Elijah (from the Transfiguration), or even Christians among us today who claim to be them. But are they here and do we need to figure out who they are or worry about what happens if we don’t? Find out why they are not here today and no one in their right mind should want to claim to be the Two Witnesses.
The popular figurative interpretation that the 24 elders represent the raptured Church could be wrong. Consider this literal interpretation explaining how they really can be 24 elders in Heaven.
Just who is “Babylon the Great” of Revelation 17-18? Popular answers are the Vatican or Catholic Church, Rome (“the city on seven hills”), Jerusalem and Iraq where the literal city Babylon is found. These answers may seem to adequate when you focus on only a few verses or traits of Mystery Babylon. However, when you consider all 60 characteristics of Daughter Babylon or Babylon the Great found throughout Bible prophecy, only one answer fits the many verses literally without forcing: America the Great. This article was written by the late R. A. Coombes.
Has God given man 6000 years to rule himself before Jesus returns to take over? Many Christians think the Bible teaches this and they use 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?
In Revelation 20 all unrepentant, wicked people go into the lake of fire after standing before God in the Great White Throne Judgment. Yet in Revelation 19 the Beast and False Prophet go into the lake of fire 1000 years earlier at the very start of the Millennium. Why is their fate expedited like that with no trial, hearing or delay? Why are they not entitled to salvation like everyone else? Find out the stunning answer to this profound, overlooked mystery and the secret it reveals about the real population of the world.
A great example of how religion teaches traditions in place of the Word of God is in how 3 days and 3 nights don’t fit between a “Good Friday” crucifixion and “Easter Sunday” resurrection. (No, you’re not crazy for that always having bothered you.) Some have asked my opinion on the right days, so here’s what I think is right in this article written by Chris Lingle. – Tim