Sam Miller is one of the early readers of my Support Team content. After the Great Recession in 2008 ruined his mortgage officer career, he became underemployed, in debt, bankrupt, 70 lbs overweight, depressed, suicidal and even angry at God. Here is Sam’s testimony in his own words on how he turned things around by learning the real Good News of the Kingdom that Yeshua taught (and Christianity never has) and began “seeking first the Kingdom” by following the Sermon on the Mount as explained in the supporter studies. – Tim
[I’m only releasing this information to supporters:] Since learning in 2001 that Yeshua must return in a Sabbath year, I’ve had to rule out three consecutive Sabbath year cycle windows for the final 7 years (2003-2009, 2010-2016, 2017-2023). This same insight enabled me to easily rule out every date-setting prophecy theory along the way, bringing comfort to many scared readers. With the next possible window for the 70th week already less than 7 years away (2024-2030), I’m ready to share why I believe, based on the real end time sign of Mt 24:14, that this can be the one. If it is, the nasty birth pains (WW3 + Wormwood) would start near its middle in 2026 and Yeshua would return at its end in 2030. Why am I now sharing a “doomsday year” myself and how am I not a “hypocrite” for doing so? How is my 2026 different from what prophecy theory date setters have done? What about “no man knows the day or hour”? Read on to understand what has changed, why I’m so convinced about 2026 and, most importantly, what the Bible says to do if the end is indeed coming in your lifetime.
Jesus specifically warned about Christianity coming “in this name” to deceive “many” by using his story (Mt 24:4-5 KJV), yet few Christians ever see the truth of this. When, after many years as a Christian, you finally arrive at that sickening realization that you have been deceived by Christianity, you can have a crisis of faith. How can God let a sincere servant like you be so duped by the one religion about Christ available? How do you forgive God or yourself for not verifying what Christianity said? Where do you go from here with Christianity, church attendance and what you call yourself now when people ask? Learn how to work through the issues that come up as critical thinker who knows Christianity has not faithfully delivered the “faith once delivered” of Yeshua.
Jesus ended the Sermon on the Mount not with a final command but with four warnings on what not to do in response to his words. His warnings address the three traps every believer has fallen into—including you and I. What he says is absolutely brilliant as it shows he knew that hearers would be overwhelmed by the difficulty of his words and resort to using three common human problem-solving strategies. Normally effective strategies, they fail here and what’s worse, you won’t even realize they’re failing for a long time—if ever. Once you know what the four warnings mean, you will recognize your own mistakes as a Christian and finally see in the forth warning the one viable response to Jesus’ words. Armed with the right approach, you can start over in your walk with God.
Christians assume that they “follow Christ,” yet if pressed, each must admit that they simply do not understand much of Christ’s teachings needed to follow him. This includes the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus’ manifesto for the masses that Martin Luther considered impossibly demanding. Find out why Christianity does not teach it, why it is so offensive (on purpose), and how Jesus is like Mr. Miyagi from The Karate Kid—only harsher. With the three insights below, you can finally understand and obey the teaching of Jesus to no longer refer to him as “my Lord” without making him lord.
In this podcast, Katrina and Tim (and our two cats, Moses and Elijah chime in) to finally explain the big story of our move to Germany in 2015 and how God directed and blessed this unexpected life change every step of the way. Topics covered:
In this podcast, Katrina and I finally explain the exciting vision and plan for my/our next book. Topics covered:
The scariest prophecy in the Bible? Easy: Jesus’ prediction that he will tell “many” sincere believers at the rapture basically to “get lost” instead of welcoming them into the Kingdom. So who are they and what did they miss or do wrong? Find those answers and the one requirement for salvation Jesus taught (that Christianity does not, or you would already have these answers) so that you can make sure you don’t hear these dreaded words yourself!
Is Christianity proclaiming the same gospel Jesus did, the “good news of the kingdom,” fulfilling the only precursor sign of the end that Jesus gave (Mt 24:14)? Christians assume so, but when pressed can’t even explain what the kingdom of God is. (It’s not “within you” or Heaven). Discover what the kingdom of God is, what its good news is mainly about (it’s not Jesus’ death!), and how to recognize it when this earliest sign of the end happens so you know when the good times are ending.