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  • Tim McHyde on Is ISIS in Bible Prophecy? Yes, Their End!Mindy, I understand your sentiments given all the confusion and division over end times prophecy. It's a logical conclusion. However, you're overlooked Daniel 12:4 and Dan 12:10 that promises the end time prophecies would be unsealed and understood by the wise in our time. So your assertion that "no one knows how the final years will play out" is (thankfully) not at all accurate. Based on the wisdom I've collected from these "wise" and lack of evidence from any plain literal passage, I'm certain that the Antichrist is not Islamic. But it does not matter what we believe on this since Elijah is coming and will settle all these questions.
  • Mindy Robinson on Is ISIS in Bible Prophecy? Yes, Their End!I have found that topics such as end times have many interpretations, even by well respected theologians. I have come to realize that no one knows how the final years of end times will play out. At this time I believe the final anti christ will rise out of islam. Note, islam and it's evil have spread world wide, nations , Christian nations are in danger of falling to islam, including Great Britian. I do not believe there will be a pope who appears on the stage who is the anti christ. I have looked at all the theories , today, islam is the closest fit, in my opinion. However, God could decide to change everything in the blink of any eye by revealing more to us and so I continue to watch and to study so that I am ready when those last years are upon us. In the end , I might be right, you might be right or neither of us is right. I continue to watch and consider the evidence as it appears.
  • Tim McHyde on Is ISIS in Bible Prophecy? Yes, Their End!Cathy, you got it, from the northwest is how it should read now fixed.
  • Sue W on So You Figured Out Christianity Deceived You—What Next?I am learning that Christianity = (many) Organisations with all their self sustaining requirements (esp that no-one asks questions or shares new truths that might rock the boat and that they religiously tithe (to them). ie: sit down and shut up). Even on-line fellowship can be challenging with everyone's different views. Some folk in on-line communities also become upset if someone has different views. I agree with your position Tim, that the best thing one can do is to pray and set an example of love in real life without judgement (judgement is for Yehovah, not us) Our job as far as I can determine is to love and obey. I am learning about the Torah and trying to follow that in regards to obedience- my belief, my choice. However, I have no certainty that I am on the right path and I pray the Lord's Prayer every day (with numerous insertions including intercessory requests). Yehovah knows my heart with all it's yearnings (good and bad). While reading your articles, I am continually reminded to ask myself "am I the kind of person that Yehovah (and everyone else) would want to spend eternity with? Man, that's a sobering thought. Currently, my objective self assessment is a resounding "no"! Working on it and thanks for your input!
  • tomi hartikainen on Is ISIS in Bible Prophecy? Yes, Their End!Hi Tim, what do you make of the Revelation 12 verses 1-6 , an event that is going to take place September 23 2017 according to astronomers? Love your work,hope you,re settled well in Germany ! (just a little different from Costa Rica)
  • Thomas Garza on Is ISIS in Bible Prophecy? Yes, Their End!The one fact that always interests me are the implications that Messiah returns at a time when many are not ready. I see this pattern from Exodus ( Where is this fellow, Moses ? ) to the case of Lazarus ( Lord, if you had come ... ) . Referred to again in the Ten Virgins parable. I've accepted the TRUTH that Messiah will return at a time when many " think not". The TRUTH is, many will have given up looking for His Return for one reason or another. This truth is again revealed in Paul's admonitions to " endure until the end. " I am more concerned about my DISTRACTIONS on a daily basis than I am about knowing the Day & Hour. That is our challenge that I see from the seat that I am occupying. Stay vigilant and study , serve and LOVE OTHERS while you wait. Shalom !
  • Cathy Fletcher on Is ISIS in Bible Prophecy? Yes, Their End!Great article, Tim, much peace to you and me because of it. The statement "...and the Antichrist comes from the sea to the northwest and replaces all governments..." reads as "...from the sea, the northwest, and..." Yes? The word "to" tripped me up for a second 😉
  • Tim McHyde on Is America Mystery Babylon the Great? Six Objections AnsweredRudy, you escape from America for the end times events the same way as saints will from all nations, with God's help when Elijah comes. Definitely don't do make the mistake some have.
  • Rudy Prasetyo on Is America Mystery Babylon the Great? Six Objections AnsweredSo how to escape from America?
  • Jimmy Londo on Why Jesus Can’t Come Back in 2017 (or even this decade?)I'm not a Christian anymore but when I was this was the conclusion I came to. I was part of several churches that were pre-trib rapture and seems likr that doctrine is becoming very popular. I think now people are saying Trump is the Anti-christ just as Obama was before him and Bush before that. But after much studying and prayer I found the pre-rapture to be false. I guess too much studying led to my downfall. Too many contradictions in the Bible for such a Holy book and a God without error. But also I found if you study Islam you will also understand prophecy even more clearer. In islam after the 12th Imam arrives which is believed to be the savior of the world according to muslims who will bring peace to the world. There will also be a prophet and if you compare that to Revelations you will notice much similarity. For muslims it will be their Prophey and Savior and he will mark everyone who accepts allah. To Christians it will be a false prophet and the beast. Like I said I left Christianity a while ago. But if it is True then may God be merciful on me giving me even more time to realize and accept the truth. But now i just believe in Buddhism and never been more content and happy. But i still enjoy learning so if the prophecy does prove true i would know.
  • Sue W on So You Figured Out Christianity Deceived You—What Next?Thanks, Tim. I think many of us are very confused about what to do in regard to our "religion". Keeping an open mind is a start. Looking forward to the next installment. What do we call ourselves??
  • Kristiana on Why Jesus Can’t Come Back in 2017 (or even this decade?)Tim, do you believe Obama is the antichrist? He will be going to Berlin on May the 25th while Trump is also going there. They are definately against each other and this concerns me....should I be concerned? I've heard people say that this will start NWO but I don't know.
  • Tim McHyde on The Abomination of Desolation Identified At Last (By 7 Clues)Rene, many Christians deny a third temple because of 1Cor 3:16, but Paul was only explaining what the temple pictures using a metaphor. He was not by that statement denying several prophecies (Rev 11:1-2; Dan 9:27; Dan 12:11-12) including his own (2Th 2:4) saying there will be a literal end time temple that the Antichrist takes over and sits in. See more here in my article on the Third Temple Prophecy. Or denying Ezekiel 40-46 that talks about the (4th) millennial temple.
  • Tim McHyde on Understanding the Nephilim and their Role in Bible ProphecyClay, thanks for the report. It's now fixed or go here for Satan in Prophecy.
  • Rene Ange on The Abomination of Desolation Identified At Last (By 7 Clues)I believe the temple is not an actual building, but the believers who will be raptured. We are the third temple. So no need to 'build' another temple before other events can happen.
  • Clay on Understanding the Nephilim and their Role in Bible ProphecyExcellent and scary article, Tim. But the very last words say "see Satan in Prophecy," which is not a link. Using the search function with these words gives only articles that don't seem to fit. Can you please give a direct link to the article you are referencing here? Thanks!
  • ISRAEL on The Millennium: Ten Surprising Changes Jesus Brings (or Grass-Eating Cats)Wonderful teaching! I have been teaching on the coming Kingdom in our Bible study class for some days now. I strongly believe that the language spoken before the confusion at the tower of Babel was the Hebrew language. When you consider the fact that all the names mentioned before Babel seem to be Hebrew, you can think of any other Language. Also, Yahweh, Michael, Gabriel etc are all Hebrew. I can’t but agree with you concerning Zephaniah 3: 9. However, I would like to know if you have additional material on this.
  • Tim McHyde on The Millennium: Ten Surprising Changes Jesus Brings (or Grass-Eating Cats)Mark, it is astonishing how Satan quickly deceives the Millennial inhabitants when he's released post-mil just like he did to Eve in Eden. See my article explaining how that happens and why God releases him.
  • Tim McHyde on Support Team BenefitsSuzanne, the steps are 1. Login to PayPal, 2 Click Profile (at top right next to "Log out") and select "Profile and settings". 3. Click "My money." 4. Click Update in the My "preapproved payments" section. 5. Click the listing for my site 6. Under "Payment method," click Change.
  • Suzanne Roberts on Support Team BenefitsTim, Can you remind us support team members how we can upscale our donations once we have been a support team contributor for awhile but are finding opportunity to provide an increased level?
  • William Trinh on Support Team Members Content OnlyHi Tim, I'm really looking forward to your May article, "So You Figured Out Christianity Deceived You—What Next?". It's kinda what I'm going through right now. Don't keep me in suspense for too long!
  • mark on The Millennium: Ten Surprising Changes Jesus Brings (or Grass-Eating Cats)I think the rule of Jesus on David's throne is an exciting thing. It is God's dealing with Israel and fulfilling all the prophesies. I have a hope to see it either here on earth or with Christ coming from Heaven. He will rule with an "iron rod" as most the nations will even be intolerant of a perfect ruler and will need to be somewhat coerced. What astonishes me is after 1000 years of rule by Jesus Christ Satan is released and leads the world to attack man's only hope. The number is too many to even count. "As the sand of the sea" It shows that in the flesh we are so sinful that even the great blessings of long life, good health and food and eradication of disease, man is still inherently evil. It can't be corrected by observing the Law or dietary restrictions or anything else. Goes right back to simply accepting the Lord Jesus and desiring to live as a part of His rule and not just under it. Even though that rule will be the golden age of golden ages it ends in fiery destruction.
  • Michelle Gerson on Why Jesus Will Tell Christians, “Depart From Me, I Never Knew You!”Tim, thank you for this. At the back of my mind or perhaps my spirit, I was questioning my attitude,but justified myself that I believe muslims are possessed by demons, and you are not kind to the devil. It will be hard, but I will follow your advise and God willing, (I am sure he will), I will see these people under a different angle. God bless us all Michelle
  • Tim McHyde on Why Jesus Will Tell Christians, “Depart From Me, I Never Knew You!”Michelle, God commanded Israel to wipe out the nations of wicked peoples, most or all of which were giants/nephilim. God is the giver and taker of life and this was his wrath on them, like Sodom. That was God, not us or an example for individual believers. You really pose a relevant question for today for individual believers. Many Christians unabashedly express their hate towards Muslims online. They justify this by their perception of Islam as a threat to their personal life, way of life, country, values. (There are so many things like this Christians do against Yeshua's teachings as a direct result of unconscious, reflexive self-justification.) If you look to Jesus' example, however, you won't find justification to hold onto hate or prejudice for unpopular people groups. He healed the Roman's slave plus ate with his enemies the Pharisees. As far as prejudice, the Samaritan of his day he used as an example in his most famous parable of the Good Samaritan was equivalent to a Muslim for Christians today, hated and despised. He said it's most meritorious to even pray for your enemies. When you think about it, not just Muslims but most Christians and everyone else are the "God's enemies" or "wicked" (in wisdom literature parlance) however sincere they are. That's why God's coming wrath killing two thirds is justified. If you are not submitted to God to do his law of love, even if you are religious, you are not righteous and considered wicked. So to be consistent you might just have to become a misanthrope, disliking all humans, taking this to the logical conclusion. Bottom line, the Muslims are deceived as are Christians (who follow a false easy grace gospel). Most Muslims don't want to kill Christians. It's the few extremists who actually follow Muhammad's words that do jihad. (BTW, only a few extremist Christians do the same and actually follow Jesus' words.) Even if they all had an agenda to conquer your nation, the highest approach is to forgive, love and pray for them. To help with your dislike issue why not study the Gospels over and over to absorb Jesus' example and words towards enemies. And pray for God to help you with your dislike, biases and prejudices much of which may be inherited from Christian and Western culture. Try to inherit "Jesus' culture" instead?
  • Tim McHyde on The Millennium: Ten Surprising Changes Jesus Brings (or Grass-Eating Cats)Damon, everyone in the safe haven and everywhere else on earth is not glorified yet until the rapture/first resurrection after the tribulation (Mt 24:29-31).
  • Michelle Gerson on Why Jesus Will Tell Christians, “Depart From Me, I Never Knew You!”Do unto others.... puzzles me, as in the Bible God send Israel to war to fight His enemy, i.e. the Canaanites, etc... Nowadays, the Muslims (not just the terrorists or Jedadists, as every muslim is a potential terrorist to be, if they follow the Quran properly)are God’s enemies. I found myself say that I hate them with a passion for what they are doing to us and to having replaced God with Allah, the pagan moon god, Satan impersonated, who is temporarily giving himself glory for being worshipped and for wanting to rule the world (until Yeshua comes back). So, I am against Muslims coming in our countries, as we can see not only on the news, but also in our everyday life, with muslims at every corner of our streets. Is it part of loving our neighbour to love Muslims, or is it acceptable, like Yeshua with the Pharisees, to dislike them. Saying that, when I talk to Muslims, I am polite, and talk about my faith if the opportunity presents itself, and I am always trying to find opportunities. It is difficult, as these people are so anti-Yeshua (anti christ) that I am constantly reminded that they are His enemy and hence, as we learn at Maths + and + is + or the friend of my friend is my friend, whereas - and + is - or the enemy of my friend is my enemy. Other religions are oblivious of our God Yehovah and Yeshua, but muslims have a personal vindictiveness against Them. What is your opinion and is it acceptable to dislike them?
  • Damon on The Millennium: Ten Surprising Changes Jesus Brings (or Grass-Eating Cats)Excellent article Tim! Thanks for the clarifying point on fallen angels and demons... One question - I am thinking of those who make it to the safe haven during the tribulation and are alive when Jesus begins the millennial reign... Those will be the ones still with human, not glorified bodies.... Am I correct? Or will they get glorified bodies during that "transition"... Just curious... Thanks, and God Bless you guys! Damon
  • Tim McHyde on The Millennium: Ten Surprising Changes Jesus Brings (or Grass-Eating Cats)Mike, I won't debate you on whether the Torah will be different in the New Covenant (Jer 31:31) of the 21st century with how much of a dyed-in-the-wool "Torah keeper" you obviously are. It's just a shame you never noticed how the Torah changed just in the short span of one generation from Exodus to Deuteronomy, the second giving of the law. Many changes like where sacrifices are done, etc. I can only imagine the changes to be introduced 80+ generations later?
  • mikhael on The Millennium: Ten Surprising Changes Jesus Brings (or Grass-Eating Cats)Tim, why do you say no slavery? The Torah is the Torah and it doesn't fit into what us 'modern' people say it should ,as its a command for all time. Nowhere are we commanded to stop keeping the Torah. Anybody wanting to join the covenant got circumsized etc and continued on in the faith progressively...We keep the Torah to show our faith, notto be saved by our works.
  • Tim McHyde on The Millennium: Ten Surprising Changes Jesus Brings (or Grass-Eating Cats)David, if we arbitrarily switched to a 360 day calendar, then what you described would happen. Instead, what's going to happen is the year is literally going to shorten to 360 days as Wormwood pulls on Earth, back to what it was originally as Genesis describes. The calendar will be changed to reflect this. For how the original 360 day year was changed, read this excellent book Mars Wars.
  • dennisrobillard on The Millennium: Ten Surprising Changes Jesus Brings (or Grass-Eating Cats)Bravo............ Blessings ; and as always , and in ALL ways thank.......you.....Both...................... for your shining example in ACTION................................you are Soooooooo loved...[Yusa and i send you warm tender hugs..............]
  • Ellenkimball on The Third Temple Prophecy: What’s Holding Back Its Fulfillment?Reading your article on Temple rebuilding ie thoughtful Sorry for my ramblings last night. Maybe we will just have wait and see
  • David Marsden on The Millennium: Ten Surprising Changes Jesus Brings (or Grass-Eating Cats)Hi, regarding the 360 day year. We have the 365.25 day year, which is based on how long the earth takes to go round the sun. If we change this to 360 days then each year the earth would travel 5.25 days shorter and would not complete a full circle. After 10 years this would result in the earth traveling 52.5 days less, which is roughly seven and a half weeks. So the summer salstice, which is June 21st here in Engĺand, would be about the 14th of August. It means that the dates of the seasons would change every year. Is this right or am I missing something.
  • Tim McHyde on Know the Future – 8th EditionBrian, there is no verse saying 1/3 of Jews will die. Zechariah 13:8 says 2/3 of the whole earth will die in God's wrath. Hilton Sutton's idea makes no sense in light of so many passages like Rev 13:7-8, 12, 16 saying he causes everyone to take the mark and Rev 9=Joel 2 talking about the locusts going to every nook and cranny on earth to root out every person (so they can be marked). Also God's wrath in Rev 16 is over the whole earth, not one third.
  • Tim McHyde on The Millennium: Ten Surprising Changes Jesus Brings (or Grass-Eating Cats)John, I would never say "you should." Torah-study gives you insight into the mind and ways of God if you choose to. Bear in mind that the Torah of the Millennium will be different, updated for the 21st century standards (no slavery, etc.). Buddhism is classified as a religion by most although it has aspects that don't fit. Regardless, my point is people will be following Jesus' way of life, not Buddha's in the Millennium.
  • Tim McHyde on The Millennium: Ten Surprising Changes Jesus Brings (or Grass-Eating Cats)Kerry, demons are not angels, but a result of their offspring, the giants and other nephilim. See my article on the nephlim for more.
  • Brian Sutton on Know the Future – 8th EditionWe have been told that one third of the Jews in Israel will die in a war, at present that would be nearly 4 million and the rest will flee to the mountains around Israel. Also, long time Bible teacher Hilton Sutton ,in his 8 DVDs on The Book of Revelation, says that the anti Christ will only rule a third of the Earths population & only one third will be affected by his rule. So I am asking why only one third of the Jews in Israel will die ?
  • ROY KING on The Millennium: Ten Surprising Changes Jesus Brings (or Grass-Eating Cats)Tim, Where in the Bible does it say that Jesus is coming back? Jesus, in Revelations, says Christ is coming. Christ came the last time as Jesus. Just like Elijah/Elias came as John the baptist. One "LIKE" The Son of Man" (Son of Man is how Jesus always referred to himself) is seen coming in the clouds.
  • Patrick Mutisya Kiio on The Millennium: Ten Surprising Changes Jesus Brings (or Grass-Eating Cats)This is a wonderful teaching. I am in Kenya. So how do I purchase your books? God bless you.
  • John Swinkels on The Millennium: Ten Surprising Changes Jesus Brings (or Grass-Eating Cats)Hi Tim, Really enjoyed this article, it brought back much of what I was taught in Sunday school more than 50 years ago. I am intrigued by your comment that in the millennium we will all live by the Torah. Does this mean we should start to learn this now? You made a reference to other religions, Can I say that Buddhism is not a religion but a way of life. I could be wrong or confused due to my age, but I believe Jesus did travel and visit the Buddhist to teach them about our Lord. I was visiting a temple in Katmandu and found a picture of our Lord Jesus Christ.
  • Kerry Lude on The Millennium: Ten Surprising Changes Jesus Brings (or Grass-Eating Cats)I've got a question about demons. I thought that they were the OTHER fallen angels that fell with Lucifer? What scripture says that they are different? Satan can't create, so where did they come from?
  • John Vincent Saputo on The Millennium: Ten Surprising Changes Jesus Brings (or Grass-Eating Cats)Hi Tim, I am 68 yrs old now Tim but I was a missionary to the Jewish people way back in the early 70's. I went to a Bible Institute now known as Cornerstone University. I have learned so much from my work among the Jewish people and have seen the rise of Messianic Judaism. Today Jews and Gentiles are one in Messiah and co-equals in grace but our roots are in their tree. A great transition and reset is coming once the true Body of believers are snatched up and caught away to be with the Lord Jesus. Then the great call will come for the Jews to become the Covenant people they have always been to be called back as the wayward wife of Yahweh. They will be His witnesses all over the world where He has scattered them. Most Christian are totally confused but the types and shadow are all over the Old Testament, in the book of Ruth, the Story of Joseph and his Gentile bride that is beside him when he reintroduces himself to his brothers and cry's. That reunion leads to the Holy 1000 year Sabbath Day of Rest. Tim you have it right and you are on the right tract...I look forward to hearing the things you have discovered too!
  • Allenbee on Psalm 91 Prophecy, Not Promises – “Secret Place” Location FoundYes Ken, I believe exactly as you say. At Rev 7;9-17 we see the ones who come through the great tribulation from every tribe and nation worldwide. So I believe that worldwide communes should be formed "Kibbutz style", not needing the mark of the beast, and the mountain is our "church" or source of living waters. This will collectively be the "Israel of God" though daughters of Zion with headquarters in Mt Zion Jreusalem. So the chosen will go to Israel, then Petra or Jordan and from there the whole world will become Mt Zion, A garden of Eden, as God's origional WILL for mankind and the earth and all creation... comes to pass.
  • Tim McHyde on What The September, 2017 Revelation 12 Sign Tells UsDon, that's a popular Christian fable that contradicts Our Lord's very own words in John 3:13 plus what Hebrews 9:27 tells us. They died as this article shows.
  • Don Newkirk on What The September, 2017 Revelation 12 Sign Tells UsEnoch and Elijah were taken by God. The two men did not die.
  • Tim McHyde on Psalm 91 Prophecy, Not Promises – “Secret Place” Location FoundTaiwo, Absolutely not. Rev 6 is pretrib (Rev 9 is Great Tribulation) and Mt 24:29 is "after the tribulation of those days." Matthew is missing this detail, but Luke 21:11=Rev 6:12-14.
  • Taiwo Ogundele on Psalm 91 Prophecy, Not Promises – “Secret Place” Location FoundMr. Tim, do you agree that Matthew 24:29 is a parallel to Revelation 6:12-14?
  • Trace Horn on Understanding the Nephilim and their Role in Bible ProphecyVery, very informative with great biblical perspective/fact. While the Book of Enoch may be good for some understanding, I was extremely pleased with how you almost solely referenced Scripture, and properly interpreted at that. The last parts are more possibly theoretical, but definitely within the realm of possibility and something to ponder and pray about. Thanks, and God bless you
  • Taiwo Ogundele on Psalm 91 Prophecy, Not Promises – “Secret Place” Location FoundOK. Didn't know there would be a World War 4.
  • Tim McHyde on Psalm 91 Prophecy, Not Promises – “Secret Place” Location FoundTaiwo, WWIII is not in Revelation. Rev 9 speaks of WW4 when, after the Antichrist and 10 Rulers destroy America in WW3 (Rev 18) they have to put down Russia and China, the heirs to America's throne.
  • Taiwo Ogundele on Psalm 91 Prophecy, Not Promises – “Secret Place” Location FoundThe only problem I have with your analysis of Matthew 24 is that you put World war 3 before Wormwood. In the book of Revelation Wormwood comes before World war 3. Wormwood- Rev. 8:10-11. World war 3- Rev. 9:13-16.
  • Tim McHyde on Understanding the Nephilim and their Role in Bible ProphecyMichael, giants are not coming back. Nephilim in other forms have been here all along and more locust-like ones are coming when the abyss opens up at the 5th trumpet/Great Tribulation. When Jesus spoke of the days of Noah he was not talking about giants because he mentioned the days of Lot in the same breath. It's about something else.
  • Carlos Rodriguez Tossas on The Four End Time Groups: Will You Be in the Safe Group?Peace be with you, I wish this articles where also available in spanish.
  • ISRAEL on One Reliable Sign of the End – A Dire Prophecy About America, Russia & WWIIIHi Tim, Your articles are very fascinating. I would like to know how America fits into Rev.17:6 & Rev 18:24. Secondly, how do you explain Rev.17:16 in relation to the theory that 'Babylon' will be destroyed by Russia.
  • Michael on Understanding the Nephilim and their Role in Bible ProphecyThis was a good article. I ran across this teaching with bible scholar, Dr Michael Heiser's book 'Unseem Realm'. Your article was very succinct. I persoanlly have been trying to understand if the bible is telling us giants will be coming back in the last days? It is so hard to believe such supernatural things could still happen in such a modern age. And with so much fake news, videos, and now audio, it is going to be more difficult to discern what is real. But we are not giving a spirit of fear from God, so no matter what happens, we continue to trust our God and Savior, Jesus Christ. Amen.
  • Tim McHyde on The Four End Time Groups: Will You Be in the Safe Group?Abe, taking the mark and worshiping the Beast/Antichrist are made equivalent in Rev 13 (Rev 13:15=Rev 13:16). You die if you refuse either, and you won't be alive to worship the Beast without the mark. But yes, you must consent to the mark, they can't just put it on you against your will...but that doesn't mean they can't torture you. That the torturing (but not murdering, at least not at first in an attempt to get the most marked people possible) locusts commence at the same time as the Great Tribulation and the introduction of the mark tells me that their job is to find every person and compel them through pain to take the mark. Joel even describes these same locusts as able to find and break into every hideout (Joel 2:3,5,9). Five months later (Rev 9:5), they have everyone found and marked or killed by beheading (Rev 20:4). See this article for more. Whatever the mark is, it's not here yet and when it does come, we won't get to see it because God will have us safely in Jordan by then.
  • Ann on The Four End Time Groups: Will You Be in the Safe Group?George, Are you saying the 10 northern tribes that inhabit the Christians nations of today, are all Caucasians?
  • abe davis on The Four End Time Groups: Will You Be in the Safe Group?These "articles" are VERY thought provoking! As you mentioned, "end times" study is difficult. I really appreciate your hard work and studies that you share. My question is, Where does it say we will be tortured for NOT taking the mark of the beast. I was under the impression the torture and beheading stuff came from refusing to "worship" the beast. The mark had to be taken willingly. I LEAN toward the -smart phone credit card- scenario as the coming "mark"! (always in your" hand" , taken willingly and capitulating to be able to buy and sell "head"). That takes into account our new dependency on the recent "electronic cyber cloud permanent record keeping and of world super computers and individual access to this technology.
  • stephanie curry on The Four End Time Groups: Will You Be in the Safe Group?safe halo in glory and righteousness salvation and saved indeed.amen
  • Tommy G on Flat Earth Debunked by Bible ProphecyActually, you would be correct, Catalina Island is clearly visible from Long Beach 22 miles off shore. Yet what you failed to explain, is that from a average human height of 6 feet and assuming you are looking at Catalina from Long Beach at sea level 22 miles across the ocean, you are only seeing part of Catalina island. Catalina Island has a peak elevation is 2,097 feet above sea level. The amount of Catalina you are seeing is all the land above 240.74 feet in elevation on Catalina. Even with your math at 363 ft below the horizon at 22 miles a vast part of Catalina would still be clearly visible, in fact 1,734 feet to the peak would be visible. Of course it would have to be a clear day.... Just Saying!!
  • lorenzo on Why Jesus Can’t Come Back in 2017 (or even this decade?)2030 sounds about right; things are just starting to heat up around this time, but our world as we know it definitely has to get a ton worse before any chance of the Lord's return. I find His coming both terrifying and exciting, I know I may be killed for my faith, or live out a terrible existance for a period, but after it is all over I get to be with Him, perfectly, forever, and all the other saints. No more pain or suffering. And that will be the ultimate existence. I also believe the Babylon city is New York, but time will tell. Bless Y'all!
  • Shoshana on Torah Feasts & Holy Day Calendar 2017Correct, there are many Hebrew idioms that people are not familiar with. As the lambs were slaughtered Yeshua willingly laid His life outside the gate, another idiom signifying on the Mount of Olives across the Eastern gate which is the ONLY area you could have seen the Temple's curtains. The red heifer too had to walk by herself the connecting bridge above the Kidron (the "valley of the shadow of death produced by the largest Jewish cemetery that is on the slopes of the Mount of Olives). This was were the red heifer miphkad altar was, an altar used also to burn the bull's and goat's carcasses. Not too far from it was Bethphage, the priestly village from which Yeshua rode on an ass.
  • Sue on Why Jesus Can’t Come Back in 2017 (or even this decade?)Janne, many find it hard to talk about death let alone accept it. Some though look forward to it due to suffering. May you be greatly blessed with a peaceful time and seeing Yeshua's face "in a twinkling of an eye". Love and prayers and I hope I get to see you there!
  • Tim McHyde on Why Jesus Can’t Come Back in 2017 (or even this decade?)Janne, I understand, but there is no reason to worry. Unlike everyday salvation that many miss acquiring before they die, the end times promises in Mt 24:14 to bring the saving Gospel of the Kingdom to everyone on the planet before it comes. They will be warned and able to be saved. Elijah will make sure of it. Otherwise God's end time escape plan is not very good!
  • Janne La Foy on Why Jesus Can’t Come Back in 2017 (or even this decade?)I have a lot to learn about the end times...I know they will be terrible and I worry about the innocents...I also worry about the ones that live their lives not knowing God...actually reject him... I'm not long for this world and will welcome death and rebirth in Heaven...
  • Tim McHyde on Gay Marriage and America’s Judgment in ProphecySue, unclean=hated birds (like vultures) are not "on par with" demons=foul spirits, but they make up the notable remaining inhabitants when a land is destroyed and all the people are dead. Inhabitants who fit the new wasteland.
  • Sue W on Gay Marriage and America’s Judgment in ProphecyTim, thank you for the article. You hit the nail on the head regarding examining ourselves. Remove the plank.... right? A couple of questions: What are hateful birds and why are they on a par with demons and unclean spirits?
  • Tim McHyde on Why Jesus Can’t Come Back in 2017 (or even this decade?)Abad, the coming of the end or its nearness has absolutely nothing to do with laws passed by governments today, although many Christians worry about every new liberal law passage as if laws indicate the end, lol. We will get to Israel only because the Damascus destruction war changes everything over there. The State of Israel already keeps nearly all non-Jews from acquiring residency there.
  • Esther on How I Unexpectedly Learned God’s Name in Israel (& About the Joel 2:32 Revival)Amen Tim great article I thought that the new testament was written Greek and Aramaic only but i found out about 6 months ago that it was written in Hebrew also. Always excited to learn about my Lord and saviour. I will be using YEHOVAH FROM NOW on.
  • Abad on Why Jesus Can’t Come Back in 2017 (or even this decade?)what about the bill that Israel just passed? Will that change anything?
  • Sam on Psalm 91 Prophecy, Not Promises – “Secret Place” Location FoundI found this little gem in psalm 27: For in the day of trouble he will keep me safe in his dwelling; he will hide me in the shelter of his sacred tent and set me high upon a rock. 6 Then my head will be exalted above the enemies who surround me; at his sacred tent I will sacrifice with shouts of joy; I will sing and make music to the LORD This may have already been referenced in other articles you've written on this topic, Tim, but I couldn't find it anywhere. Anyway, psalms is sure speaking volumes to my heart and my soul because like David: You (Yah) turned my wailing into dancing; you removed my sackcloth and clothed me with joy, that my heart may sing your praises and not be silent. Lord my God, I will praise you forever. Psalm 30:11‭-‬12 NIV http://bible.com/111/psa.30.11-12.NIV Praise God!
  • Tim McHyde on Psalm 91 Prophecy, Not Promises – “Secret Place” Location FoundKen, no details are provide about how God provides for the 4-5 years that we are in his care for Wormwood and the Great Tribulation. I imagine it will be a combination of common sense self-sufficiency like you describe plus supernatural provision (Rev 12:14 eagle's wings), perhaps even manna again. All I know is God says there will be a place prepared to feed us (Rev 12:14) and from Psalm 91 there will be wicked people nearby dying while we live.
  • Tim McHyde on Psalm 91 Prophecy, Not Promises – “Secret Place” Location FoundKerry, yes it may on another level reference a prayer tent AND good luck staying alive in that metaphorical tent when hunters, arrows and plagues are around you and trying to take your life and stuff. A secret protected place with 10,000 dying around you, but not you, fits the context more completely.
  • Ken on Psalm 91 Prophecy, Not Promises – “Secret Place” Location FoundTim I am not near as studied on prophecy as you are, but perhaps you could comment on the possibility that a hiding place could be a self-sufficient country setting......growing ones own food, having simple implements for life that are easy to maintain self-sufficiently.....basically a close-economy type of life that isn't vulnerably dependant on outside inputs as the current American-Style life is so vulnerably dependant?  Perhaps God will open up doors (financially and otherwise) for his people to escape pitfals and vulnerabilities of a city, town, or village life, to be able to make their way towards a life that is an echo of the original life he intended in Eden?  I think there is many reasons why a country lifestyle could provide a barrier of protection from the many fatal possibilities forseeable in the populated areas.  This typically would be in hilly or mountain places that modern agriculture has had difficulty stomping on and wiping out nature.  There has always been reasons why a wisely executed country lifestyle trumps a life in a populated area.  Just a thought, and I think this might become increasingly apparent as the days go by.  Any thoughts?
  • Kerry on Psalm 91 Prophecy, Not Promises – “Secret Place” Location FoundThe secret place is in your prayer tent,or tallit,it is the shadow of the El Shadai, his wings and feathers.His truth is his word.Our shield and buckler.He is our habitation,our refuge,our fortress.Yahweh El Shadai,Yahshua our salvation,and his Holy Spirit.Amen,Shalom.
  • Janice Andreyka on Psalm 91 Prophecy, Not Promises – “Secret Place” Location FoundThe 'secret place' has come to be described as your prayer time under the talit or prayer shawl that has the 'fringes' at the corners as described by Yehovah. And the protection under His wings, again a reference to the fringes,... and the Son of Man shall arise with healing in his wings. Just a theory I have read. I agree that only those who call upon His name, YHVH will be those who truly know Him. Remember that Jacob and Esau were very different, and that Jacob was described at 'living in tents' ... the talit looks like a tent and was referred to as a tent when used for prayer. Perhaps, the time spent under the prayer shawl was what made the difference in God seeming to pick Jacob for his headship of the tribes of Israel ?
  • Pierre Lussagnet on Psalm 91 Prophecy, Not Promises – “Secret Place” Location Foundthose specific questions are answered in Tim's book .
  • Kayla on What The September, 2017 Revelation 12 Sign Tells UsWow explains a lot. I've always thought that revaluation was wrote to tell what has already happened. So much to learn & understand when wrote so long ago & things have been added & taken away. Even I didn't know about all the books taken out, not sure of which ones and why they took the book of Enoch out. Never really read the whole book but wonder why they took it completely out and who done this.
  • Tim McHyde on Psalm 91 Prophecy, Not Promises – “Secret Place” Location FoundPamela, I have heard many Christians over the years express belief that God is creating "local places of safety in the US," typically in the area they live, just like you. Unfortunately, written Scripture tells us that America will burn completely to the point that no one is left alive in the country, like Sodom and Gomorrah (Isaiah 13:19=Jer 50:40=Rev 18:21-22). This is why it says to "come forth from her" (Rev 18:4). But you don't have to trust my interpretation. Elijah will come and proclaim this clearly to fulfill that verse.
  • Thomas Garza on Jesus’ Four Warnings On How Not To Respond To His Sermon (That We’re All Guilty Of)Time, What a wonderfully honest post. Thanks
  • Thomas Garza on Psalm 91 Prophecy, Not Promises – “Secret Place” Location FoundThis Essay on 91' makes sense but then again, so does most of Scripture when we remember, " CONTEXT". All too often we attempt to interpret the Bible from a rather egotistical approach. The egotistical approach is to combine our life experiences, our past or present Church doctrine(s), personal interpretation as given one via " revelation" from the Holy Spirit ( often without two or more witnesses ) and the consensus that many arrive at by spending too much time in Chat Rooms with folks in which we agree . When I repeat Tim's method of stopping at line #1 of Psalm 91, my Brake Lights come on, yes ? Each subsequent verse then falls into a logical and pertinent place when I realize that Line #1 is a SPECIFIC PLACE that has conditions as a result of being in that FINITE location. The "Psalm 91 Insurance Policy" approach didn't work for us in the early 60's while living in Florida during the air raid sirens we heard as kids due to the results of the " Missile's of October" - Cuban Missile Crisis. If Psalm 91 was a generic provision for God's People during a crisis, why were we ducking under our desks and making plans to drive great distances to avoid something that Psalm 91 would protected us from ? We didn't have any real consciousness of Psalm 91 provisions as thousands of us mapped out places of refuge or literally built Bunkers in our backyards. Psalm 91 ONLY WORKS in context. Thanks Tim for another Scripture Pearl.
  • Pamela Brown on Psalm 91 Prophecy, Not Promises – “Secret Place” Location FoundI play die zauberflote (the flute, not the opera). It has a gift of the Holy Spirit. I am currently locked out and excluded from the classical musical world. I live in Minnesota. The Lord has directed me to play the flute everywhere I go, whether or not in performance. I believe He is creating a Petra in the Twin Cities. Here is my blog: The Other Mozart theothermozart.wordpress.com
  • John Wunderlick on Psalm 91 Prophecy, Not Promises – “Secret Place” Location FoundAs soon as I began to read this amazing article about Psalm 91, Daniel 12:4 came to mind: "But thou, O Daniel, shut up the words, and seal the book, even to the time of the end: many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased,". You are actually fulfilling Daniel's prophetic words by cracking the code on the true meaning of Psalm 91. Of course, the word "knowledge" refers to Biblical knowledge, which will be the only knowledge needed to "escape all these things". Thanks be to YHVH for your incredible ministry. May it continue to inspire and educate all those seeking HisTruth.
  • Vicki celia on Psalm 91 Prophecy, Not Promises – “Secret Place” Location FoundLove this and your book It's a gift of inspiration. Thank you!!!
  • Tim McHyde on Why Jesus Will Tell Christians, “Depart From Me, I Never Knew You!”Ian, your answer is a good guess that many would make, but it does not address all the passages from Jesus, Paul and James about salvation not existing without "works." More importantly, right there in the passage you missed that Jesus contrasted those who “DO the will of the Father” with “you workers of LAWLESSNESS.” This means there is a LAW the Father "wills" us to DO that Christians miss when they choose other things to do in Jesus’ name that he NEVER told them to do. He did tell the apostles to do those supernatural things, but only AFTER he taught them to DO his LAW unto salvation, which saved them, not the supernatural things. This is not "faith by works" but it's faith in the right thing that produces works. If you don't have works, you don't have faith in the right thing, like most Christians. This is why Christians instead of love, have a reputation for hypocrisy, judmentalism, and self-righteousness. I encourage you and others to consider sending the support I need to access my study so you can understand this confused yet important issue that every Christian needs to know. Your support will enable me to continue on writing my next book teaching all of this, to be released for FREE. It could be years from now since I’m still in the research phase, but there is great benefit to knowing the research I have released now on the Support Team. Tim
  • Tim McHyde on Psalm 91 Prophecy, Not Promises – “Secret Place” Location FoundDavid, The majority of Christians will not be coming because they have no faith or discernment of the Word of God. The rest you are right, God must help financially, and that's what is indicated as my previous article covers.
  • Donovan Corzo on Why Jesus Can’t Come Back in 2017 (or even this decade?)Tim, I started watching bible prophecy teachers on TV in the summer of 2000 when I was 12...Hal Lindsey was the first one to be specific. I was terrified with all the stuff I heard, "the end is just around the corner " or "the last days are fast approaching" and numerous of predictions year after year or any time a natural disaster happened, "this is it!, Jesus is coming soon" Id always worry i would never make it to my 30's and here I am 17 YEARS later at age 29. I find myself listening to these people and living in hear and thinking my life is hopeless and to not plan for the future...but here I am realizing that 17 years gave gone by and none of them have been right
  • carole morrison on Torah Feasts & Holy Day Calendar 2017The Last Supper was not a Passover Ceder. Jesus was crucified on Passover, at the same time as the Passover Lambs. Due to certain mistranslations in the New Testament (the translators were unfamiliar with Jewish idioms) there is quite a bit of errant information in mainstream Christianity. Google information like "the Last Supper was not a Passover meal." "Preparing the Passover" is a Jewish idiom which means to cleanse the house of leaven, which is done the day before Passover. If you do some research, you will find out some fascinating things that make everything fall into place.
  • Sam on Psalm 91 Prophecy, Not Promises – “Secret Place” Location FoundBoy, if there was any ever doubt about the place of safety, this sure shores it up for me. Interesting this is such a popular verse and well....I apparently don't read psalms enough. That's going to change! As usual great article. Can't wait for the May and June supporter articles! God bless!
  • Melville P Lazaro on Psalm 91 Prophecy, Not Promises – “Secret Place” Location FoundI love reading them like this you should write more of them i say so it open peoples eyes. keep up the good work.
  • David Beneze on Psalm 91 Prophecy, Not Promises – “Secret Place” Location FoundI suggest you would do us a favor by not using red ink for your quotes and comments. It makes them hard to read. Thanks and keep up the good work for as long as possible. David Beneze Colorado, USA
  • Ian on Why Jesus Will Tell Christians, “Depart From Me, I Never Knew You!”Matthew 7:21-23 is the most misused portion of scripture of the Bible. It is very easy to understand though. Matthew 7:21 Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven. What is the will of the father WHEN IT COMES TO SALVATION? John 6:40 And this is the will of him that sent me, that every one which seeth the Son, and believeth on him, may have everlasting life: and I will raise him up at the last day. The will of the father is to believe on the son... meaning trust him for salvation. (Eph. 1:13) Matthew 7:22 Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works? What are these people trusting in? THEIR "MANY WONDERFUL WORKS." Eph. 2:8-9. For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: Not of works, lest any man should boast. Salvation is NOT OF WORKS. That is why they are told in verse 23 "I never knew you." It's just that simple. If you say "bringing forth fruit meat for repentance" is how to be saved, you are also trusting in your own works, and are therefore not saved. Because now salvation is not by the blood of Christ but by something YOU are doing. Repent means to change your mind, and in Hebrews 6:1 the repentance that is the foundation of our faith is repentance FROM DEAD WORKS. Not turning from sin...turning from trusting your works like the people in Matthew 7:22 were doing.
  • David on Psalm 91 Prophecy, Not Promises – “Secret Place” Location FoundHi, I read your submission on the prophetic meaning of Psalm 91 with great interest and fascination. However, I would like to find out from you how God's people from all over the world are meant to reach this safe place near Jerusalem in Judea. Considering that the majority of Christians now and probably at the time may not be financially buoyant enough to afford the plane trip for them and their families. So does that mean that God will only save people who have the financial means to get to this safe place in Judea?
  • Randy on Psalm 91 Prophecy, Not Promises – “Secret Place” Location FoundSounds like if you are on Mt Zion or in Jerusalem, the escape will be made for those people. Doesn't say people (believers) everywhere. What do you think?