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  • Tim McHyde on Identifying the Antichrist: 8 Myths Not To Fall ForJames, I've seen those revisionist history (temple destroyers were really "Arabs" not Romans) and grammatical arguments for years (let's retranslate this word differently than all Bibles do to support our cultural-biased eschatology, in this case anti-Muslim/Arab by making "people" become "single blood-line"). The argument "it was not Roman; it was an Arab contingent" is disingenuous as the histories even they quote say it was mixed group, not pure Arab. Hence this amounts to cherry-picking to focus on the one "boogey-man" contingent of the mix to support your theory. Before Islam became the boogeyman (in this century), it was Russia last century who Western Christians feared and therefore imagined the Antichrist came from as Hal Lindsey popularized. Think of all the ‘candidates’ for Antichrist that have been proposed in the 20th century alone–Mussolini, Hitler, Stalin, Mikhail Gorbachev, Saddam Hussein, Juan Carlos, Bill Clinton, and many others. Leading candidates prior to the twentieth century have included Caligula, Nero, assorted popes, Napoleon, and Kaiser Wilhem and you see the same pattern of who is most feared, not most supported Scripturally. Who's next? Whoever Christians fear most after Islam/ISIS is defeated... Given the admitted mix to the Roman army and realistic inability to isolate who destroyed the temple beyond "the Romans" the best most honest answer is to leave it that: the Roman Empire destroyed the temple and the "coming Prince" will be out of that people (which, ahem, includes the UK) (without reading into it there is a "revived Roman Empire" which is not necessary).
  • james on Identifying the Antichrist: 8 Myths Not To Fall Forseen this? (link arguing Dan 9:26 should be translated "blood line of the prince who shall come shall destroy the temple" = Arab peoples) brings up some interesting points regarding how to interpret the scriptures with regard to the ultimate origin of the ac
  • Chris on 4 Plain Proofs America is Babylon + 6 Objections AnsweredHi Tim I've been following your articles for a while now and I have to say they really are gold compared to the piles of mud I've seen elsewhere. Also I wanted to mention one thing that you omitted from this article and that is that Tyre is actually a shadow of Mystery Babylon as mentioned by the prophets Isaiah and Ezekiel. Since Tyre is a merchant city which also commits fornication with the kings of the Earth just like Mystery Babylon does, that is another reason why only the USA fits the description. There are more pointers but those are the points that really stood out to me along with music not being played in Tyre anymore.
  • Hannah w on The Mystery of the Antichrist’s 1000 Year Early AnnihilationTim - Your reasoning here is interesting and has merit.
  • Devin on Antichrist Identified From 666 and Revelation 13?I have never seen a reliable gematria and all the charts vary incredibly. Using the full name Prince Charles of Wales seems a little much addition and not just focused solely on name, but add title as well. Plus pretty much every online gematria calculator I have added this to gives me 1272, not 666. What is the standard gematria you are using in the picture? The connection to the throne of David(Jeremiah 33:20-21) and Roman Banner of Titus is one of incredible intrigue, but tho Coat of Arms is call for a watchful eye.
  • Sam Miller on Sam Miller’s Testimony – How Jesus’ Real Gospel (of the Kingdom) Changed His LifeHi John, You can reach me at sammiller512@gmail.com. thanks! Sam
  • John St. John on Sam Miller’s Testimony – How Jesus’ Real Gospel (of the Kingdom) Changed His LifeI would like to get in touch with you, Sam. Your testimony is so similar to mine that I feel we need to connect. Could you please respond (I am having trouble getting my comments through so this is really a test to see if you get it or not). Thank you... John St. John
  • Hendrik on The Two (Not One) Gog/Magog Wars Recognized At LastHi Tim, Yes one must agree, definitively two events. One as described in Ezekiel and the other as described in Revelation. Both very clear on when every event will start and who will motivate it. The second event start as soon as the devil will be freed after the Millennium and he start misleading the nations again (Rev.20:7-10). The first event is motivated by the God of Israel (Ezekiel 38:3,4 and 39:1,2) and start as soon as Israel dwell safely and stay without walls (Ezekiel 38:14,15). Gog will come onto the 12 tribes of Israel when he see they dwell safely. The nations who live in the four quarters of the earth will be gathered to battle by Satan, against the camp of the saints a thousand years later.
  • Laurie Pappas on The Mystery of the Antichrist’s 1000 Year Early AnnihilationTim, Your response very much makes sense and helps. I love how you think… very logically without the emotional “name calling, etc” response I often see. Like you, I am weighing all that I read, both in the Bible and elsewhere and I find it very helpful when I find someone like you doing the same and really THINKING. I agree with you that anyone who went through the experiences this woman claims would have a bizarre story, so of course that makes it hard to sort fact from fiction. What I also know is that based on the Bible, it certainly is possible that this is more fact than fiction. My reason for writing my comment is that I respect you so much I didn’t want you to lose any credibility by posting this interview. You sound as though you have weighed that, however, and I respect your reasons for keeping it up. Please keep up the good work; I am one of your subscribers as I believe what you do is worthwhile, and I find your articles well worth reading. Thank you for taking the time to respond personally. It was unexpected and very nice. Best, Laurie
  • Tim McHyde on The Mystery of the Antichrist’s 1000 Year Early AnnihilationLaurie, Thanks for weighing in. I looked at the page you gave. And the site. (Is it even put out by a Bible believer who knows there are tares/reptilians among us or a doubter?) It does not surprise me in the least Arizona Wilder has retracted statements and contradicted herself. This is the nature of DID people. I've known a few. They can even be programmed to hide or doubt what they experienced or know. It's possible this programming kicked in or she's just a mental mess from the alters and splits. The thought that also crossed my mind as I read the page and your comments of concern is what would constitute a "helpful" and "credible" witness to give us a testimony on tares being among us. Bear in mind that this is one of the greatest secret of Satan that he wants to keep under wraps (as Icke calls it I think, "The Biggest Secret") And further, what are the chances of us ever getting such a witness? I'd say zero. Therefore, is it really helpful to suppress any testimonies of tares we do have just because they don't live up to normal standards of credibility? I'd say no. I believe if you think about it, it's astounding that we have anyone at all coming forth on record to testify that there are non-humans among us and that the leading Antichrist candidate is one of them just as Revelation 19 strongly implies he must be to qualify. That's why I find this interview helpful and the questions of credibility not a factor. Remember, I was not looking for confirmation of tares or Prince Charles being non-human when I stumbled upon this information. When I first saw it, I doubted the testimony like you do. Then years later I saw the Bible said exactly what she was saying on both points (tares and the Antichrist/Prince Charles being one of them). That's why I feel it's important to leave this interview up. Tares and the Antichrist being one are a fact and this woman is confirming it in a very unprompted specific way. It's astounding! It reminds me of the situation with the research of Ron Wyatt. All Bible believers know that there is an ark of the covenant and Noah's ark. Ron found both and many other biblical sites and artifacts. Yet he also is attacked as not credible or as supporting those concepts in a tangible way ("no confirming evidence", "he's not an archaeologist", and other attacks from fellow Christians). Yet I share his information with people constantly. They make up their own mind whether he is an liar and nut or God actually did lead him to find all these amazing things and testify about them to the world. For those who believe Ron, it changes their lives sometimes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TiUimbDt_dE
  • Mike on The Mark of the Beast – If You See It, It’s Too Latetbh ever since that day I've felt totally drained, Weird headaches, strange black and white colored dreams, and a total lack of any sort of emotions.... It feels like they lobotomized me. :/ definitely dont feel like I have a soul anymore that forsure.
  • Erik on The Mystery of the Antichrist’s 1000 Year Early AnnihilationGabriel Obaji, i'ts pretty late where i live so i'm just gonna say that you are right and wrong at the same time. Yes, it is true that angels cannot exercise free will but that is not true for all of them. We know for sure that lucifer had free will. In the first place logically speaking if he wouldn't have had free will he couldn't have rebelled against God. Just like my OP system can't rebel, except if he bugged out ;)) but i doubt that.
  • Laurie Pappas on The Mystery of the Antichrist’s 1000 Year Early AnnihilationTim, please check this out. http://reptilian-facts.blogspot.com/2014/02/arizona-wilder-revelations-of-mother.html When I began to listen to the interview, I stopped shortly in, and googled the woman whose testimony was going to be the basis for it. The link above seemed to be the most comprehensive and factual of the ones I read. I realize any and all of this can be disinformation, however, there is enough here to suggest this may not be the most credible of sources and not someone you want to endorse or imply endorsement of by including it on your site. I have always found your writings to be factual, level headed, and the best around. when it comes to end times as you are Biblically based and literal. However, including this Icke interview doesn't appear to fall into that category. I can see the logic and possibility of "tares" being a non human race, however, this particular interview does not support that in any tangible way, It is heavily based on someone who later retracted her stories and whose stories seem pretty wild and changing when you compare them over the years. It may not be helpful for you to include something like this interview in your article.
  • Jacques A. on 3 Keys To Finally Understand (& Obey) Jesus’ “Sermon On The Mount”If you lust as a fornicator, you are likely to do it as an adulterer !
  • Gabriel Obaji on The Mystery of the Antichrist’s 1000 Year Early AnnihilationDavid, I understand Lucifer was an angel and angels cannot exercise freewill like we humans. How come you're alluding to freewill for angel?
  • David on The Mystery of the Antichrist’s 1000 Year Early AnnihilationWe must remember Lucifer, the start of all this trouble, made a choice to defy and set himself against The Most High Father, Adonai or Abba. That choice was his. It is surely no good to have us as automatons who do whatever Abba says as robots. We are created with free will. Lucifer exercised his free will. He has not repented but insisted in working evil and we see the result of that here today, and historically. There are those that follow Lucifer, worship him they made a choice as well. If you decide to defy the Father, what has been promised to you? What do you expect the Father will do???
  • Johann Cronje on The Mystery of the Antichrist’s 1000 Year Early AnnihilationHi Tim, This is definitely one of your best studies. I expected and believed it all along and have been involved in many furious debates about this “understanding” of the true facts. Thank you very much!! (Matthew 15:13 - Clean and Unclean) 13He replied, "Every plant that my heavenly Father has not planted will be pulled up by the roots.
  • Anthony Ianosel, Esq on The Mystery of the Antichrist’s 1000 Year Early AnnihilationYes, you're absolutely correct: God Almighty has judged the evil one to be incompatible with the overall aspects of His kingdom, and therefore he be destroyed in the lake of fire reserved for him and his angels. There's very definitive biblical support for the foregoing. No need to enumerate here.
  • Anthony Ianosel, Esq on The Mystery of the Antichrist’s 1000 Year Early AnnihilationLook at the Greek words of the Textus Receptus. Study them in the various premier Bible dictionaries, like the Kitell New Test. Dictionary, or Strong Bible Dictionary or Young Bible Dictionart! Don't "assume" anything. Yes, the "Codex Sinaiticus" or Codex Vaticanus" would clarify even more what the words meant at the time they were written. In our modern legal system derived from the "common law" era of Anglo-American jurisprudence, it is urged by our Supreme Court that the words and phrases appearing in our U.S. Constitution are to be taken at "face value" and understood "as they meant at the time they were written" in our Constitution. Read the article at this site : http://www.latimes.com/politics/la-na-pol-constitution-originalism-201703 17-story.html Moreover, brother Tim McHyde's literal system of reading "at face value" the New Testament is clearly supported by other Scriptures in the Old Testament as well. One needs only to look in the aforesaid biblical dictionaries I alluded to above. Yes, you can "take to the bank" Tim's honest reading of Scripture! He is not dependent upon "lobbyists" or mega supporters, like "mega pastors" are! They can bend, stretch and embellish scriptures...but not the honest pastor Tim McHyde!
  • ROY KING on The First Sign of the End: The Gospel of Jesus Returns!Tim, I too grew up knowing something was not right with the organized "Church". I have attended church almost all my life and still believe it is a good institution for serving others and helping the community. I will admit it was difficult at times to find one that was more concerned with helping in the community than with membership and numbers. A few years back I put a study together that changed my outlook on the Church. It brought into focus what Jesus came to teach us. An extremely small part of it is what is taught in Church. Jesus had much more that he said and I found it when I wrote "The Rest of the Bible" (http://www.newbookinc.com/UNCANNONED%20SCRIPTURES.htm) Your comments will be appreciated. Thanks for making it clear how the Church has missed the bull's eye on Jesus' teachings. I am afraid this was not an error or accident. It is easier to control people if they are dependent on you for entrance to the kingdom than if they are responsible for their actions and education. Ask the first century rabbi. Jesus did.
  • Tim McHyde on The Two Witnesses – Would You Want This Job?Sam, this will be a time of the outpouring of baptism of the Holy Spirit (Joel 2:28-30). Just as the first century church had several prophets as Acts frequently mentions, so too will we in the end time. There is no doubt that we'll have prophet leaders even they are not named in prophecy yet.
  • Sam Miller on The Two Witnesses – Would You Want This Job?Here is a question I just thought of. Elijah will be the one who gathers everyone to Jordan prior to WW3/Wormwood. Then later, we'll flee to Judea to be protected during the GT. If the two witnesses (including Elijah) will be in Jerusalem for the entire 3 1/2 years of the GT, does that mean there will be NO prophet leading those being protected?
  • April Lopez on Why I’m Convinced The End Begins in 2026—And What You Can Do About ItTim, thank you for this article and teaching. I am going to read it again as soon as I have another opportunity. There is so much info. I can relate to you because I too would read the Bible as a very young child and have so many questions, but when I would ask my mom she would deny, flat out deny what the word of God states. It was very hard because I knew what I read, and it made me feel very bad, but I see now that there are those who read God's word, and they don't understand, period. Children are innocent so I believe God's word is obvious to them. As I got older I became "of the world" and reading his word was not as easy. I would stick to the Psalms, or Proverbs. Once I started to seek God's word again with a whole heart, He revealed his truth once again. That is why I feel that all those who deny prophecy, deny we are the last generation, deny what's written in God's word, they have not been revealed His truth because they are Lukewarm. They are still of this world and too busy taking pleasure in this world. We need to pray for them Brothers and Sisters. Each of us reading this has come here because we have been given discernment, and want to know the truth, and by the Grace of God he will continue to reveal His truth to those who seek him. Pray for your family, friends, co-workers, and enemies. God wishes all to come to the truth and so be saved. We cannot take advantage of the work on the cross, and keep these things to ourselves, spread the good news! If they take heed, great, if not, their blood will not be on your hands.
  • Tim McHyde on Why Most Christians Won’t Be Raptured (& How To Make Sure You Are)Albie, The tithing command was given to ancient Israel to support the Levites/priests serving at the temple. When Yeshua spoke what you quoted, the Old Covenant was over, but there was still a temple standing. The priests and Levites lived off the tithed animals and crops still. It was right to support them with tithes as Yeshua said. However, the temple is gone now and the tithe only applied to that economy and is no longer applicable. Yeshua never extended the Mosaic tithe to people today, let alone believers as I stated. Tithing was food anyway, not money as Christianity teaches.
  • Albie Heigers on Why Most Christians Won’t Be Raptured (& How To Make Sure You Are)Just before the Conclusion of your article you say re "... paying 10% of your income": "However, you won't find anywhere in the Bible that Jesus ever told anyone to do any of these things. " But in Matthew 23:23 Jesus says: “Woe to you, teachers of the law and Pharisees, you hypocrites! You give a tenth of your spices—mint, dill and cumin. But you have neglected the more important matters of the law—justice, mercy and faithfulness. You should have practiced the latter, without neglecting the former." I.e. He refers them to the "more important matters" such as "justice, mercy and faithfulness", yet also to do so "without neglecting the former" - i.e. "give a tenth." Kindly advise as I interpret this to confirm both Tithing and the importance of justice, mercy and faithfulness. Thank you
  • Lea on The Mark of the Beast – If You See It, It’s Too LateBut what if you are just a kid? Ofcourse in your mind &heart you can deny mark,but in reality i cant becuse I still have to obey my parents and if they are deceved what then? I am sixteen and in small and messed up country so i cant just leave or run away.Ofcourse I've been praying everyday to have strenth,but even if i dont get deceved (cuz right now i dont trust goverment or pope)they can still make me take a mark.And even if my parents realize the problem they will soon take the mark becuse of sufering and us:me and my brother.I tried to talk with them but they dont want to talk about it,so i dont know what to do! Please give some advice.
  • Tim McHyde on When is the Great Tribulation Not Coming?Ken, most Christians believe in a "pretrib rapture" as you have been taught and indeed are missing out on what the Bible teaches a post-trib/pre-wrath rapture after God protects us in one place here on earth. We are not appointed to wrath speaks of God's wrath which is the 7 bowls lasting 10 days. Satan's wrath is the Great Tribulation and we can be on earth for that.
  • Ken on When is the Great Tribulation Not Coming?I noticed on your chart above concerning the Rapture, that you say it happens after the Great Tribulation. My understanding is that the born again saved Christians are taken prior to the Great Tribulation. Why would God pour out his wrath on the saved? I know that there will be sinners saved during the Great Tribulation and therefore must suffer the wrath of God or lose their heads. Am I missing something here??
  • April Lopez on Understanding the Nephilim and their Role in Bible ProphecyL.A. Marzulli has suggested such about the greys, and its actually something I have always wondered in the back of my mind. The fact that the antichrist and false prophet are thrown into the lake of fire before the 1000 years of Christ's reign is 100% proof that they are not human, so yes it does seem that many world leaders at this time are not fully human "the tares". It also answers our questions as to what their motives are for many of the important decisions they make today that impact us so negatively. However, it seems all that is in the dark is being brought to light. I wanted to share this with you because you have also come to the same conclusion in your studies regarding the timing of the Lords return: www.fullbibletimeline.com/end-times
  • Tim McHyde on Understanding the Nephilim and their Role in Bible ProphecyApril, Steve Quayle is a great resource on giants, and I saw True Legends part 3 which was incredible information. I don't have a clue on the "greys."
  • April Lopez on Understanding the Nephilim and their Role in Bible ProphecyHi Tim, I thought I had read all of your studies but just found this one, and its so odd as this is one of my favorite subjects and you are one of my favorite bible teachers! I agree with you 100% on everything you said up top, and I learned a few things as well so thank you once again! Have you listened to Steve Quayle and what he has to say about "Stasis Giants"? Its very interesting, and so is his new 3 series documentary film- True Legends. More people should be aware of this very important part of biblical history, its unfortunate that The Book of Enoch was left out of canon otherwise I feel the Christian Body would not be so lukewarm today. The reptilian "people" is also very interesting and I wonder if perhaps the "grey alien" that many people see today are the disembodied spirits of the nephilim with "new bodies" created by the many specimens taken from human during abduction?
  • Tim McHyde on The Image of the Beast Identified At LastJosh, I'm not sure how it works or at what percentage of angel DNA you need, but I'd tend to agree they are not normal.
  • Emma Bloor on The Image of the Beast Identified At LastTim, i am struggling here. I used to believe in the Nephilim but you know, scripture quite clearly states that angels DO NOT have reproductive organs and are gender neutral. How does this fit?
  • Kent Brashear on The Image of the Beast Identified At LastTim, I want to jump in about the Prince Charles idea. He was born on my fifth birthday, November 14, 1948. You've written that the antichrist's unveiling couldn't come before the years 2025 - 2030. Charles will be 77 in 2025 if still living. Isn't he getting a bit old? But then, he might have access to an age reversal cure. To grow young would surely be a sign and wonder. Perhaps.
  • Kent Brashear on Why Jesus Will Tell Christians, “Depart From Me, I Never Knew You!”Forrest, you missed it; your ego knows no bounds. ________________________Kent Brashear
  • Josh on The Image of the Beast Identified At LastWouldn't this mean that Prince Charles' sons (William and Harry) are also part nephilim?
  • Samuli Holopainen on Jesus’ Four Warnings On How Not To Respond To His Sermon (That We’re All Guilty Of)Hi time. As you tell you have stopped looking other sources, i have a tip for you however. For the reason why Tim probably appeals to you (like me too) is partially the way he teaches. As you put it, you find no wolf like qualities from him. This probably has a lot to do in that he doesnt shovel hes teaching in your throat like many others do, but instead he gives the full biblical basis and he keeps the tone very mild. Most good preachers do the same that they do indeed base their teaching with bible, but problem is that their way of teaching is that this conclusion that you should come toonow, is the only right way and if you dont see it, then you are wrong. Tim doesnt do that. He only shows that this is what i think, but at same time he doesnt say every other view is wrong, although he might point out problems from other view (and even sometimes pointing they are wrong). Hence I would suggest as alternative sources to use some heavier indepth teachings. What I am after is like theology school teaching kind of things, but in this you once again have to be careful, since at least in my country if you go to actually read theology in school, you will be faced with liberal theology, and this is not what i mean. By quick two choices come to my mind as examples. One is: http://www.ligonier.org/ and another is: http://www.credocourses.com And dont understand this wrong. These are not links based upon them being the best places i could find, but they are simply two links that i have stumbled upon somewhere, listened to some sermons and found them good. I am sure that someone who have actually spent some time looking for sources like this would have much better links to give you. And notice that credocourses is the more heavy in academic in sense.
  • Leslie on The Mystery of the Antichrist’s 1000 Year Early AnnihilationI certainly cannot fathom all the sympathy for the "poor anti-Christ" (means opposite of Christ, evil personified) who has no choice or hope of salvation. God's ways are higher than ours, He is ruler of the Universe and all creation. He can do what He wants with any being without having to consider one of His creations thinking He is not playing fair! The only boundary that the Lord has is that He cannot go against His character. Your "unfairness" is coming from your limited knowledge and is not like the Almighty's.
  • Tim McHyde on The Image of the Beast Identified At LastFlorian, no American will ever be the Antichrist because America was not part of the Roman Empire from which the Antichrist comes...
  • Florian on The Image of the Beast Identified At LastHi Tim just a thought is Jared Cushner name equivalent to 666 in Gematria if spelled with a C instead a K ?
  • Tim McHyde on The Image of the Beast Identified At LastGregory, of course anything is possible, but the better question is what fits the parameters given in prophecy most literally and completely? Antiochus did not have a speaking statue by any account I know, but the Antichrist will. Someone like Satan with his fallen angels has complete supernatural power at his command in the final years when "strong delusion" becomes allowed by God to teach a lesson to and "judge" those who "have not received a love for the truth and delighted in wickedness" (2Th 2:11-12). For him to use anything less that is explainable by natural means when he has mystifying, supernatural power that can better deceive and impress the world towards the goal of worship of him, makes no sense to me.
  • Jerry Barnhart on The Image of the Beast Identified At LastPrince Charles could be- but Great Britian is from the tribe of Ephriam. Brit literally means covenant and ish means man. Brit-ish means covenant man. Most people do not realize that the Royal family has a German background and changed their name in order to hide this fact. I see someone rising from an EU country such as Germany being a strong candidate for this Anti-Christ. Prince Charles could fit this because his family background comes from Germany
  • Allenbee on The Image of the Beast Identified At Last"Personally, I don't care who the Antichrist is or feel any need to research this topic further". Yes Tim, that is the faith in prophecy. Who cares how this will actually pan out seeing that we have OBEYED our Lord to "flee to the mountains" and are no part of Satan's world. NO Churches teach this, as they prefer the flock to stay enslaved in Satan's system, so that they can continue receiving the tithe !!! Wonderful huh .
  • Tim McHyde on The Image of the Beast Identified At LastKeith, 1. It's a statue of Prince Charles already planned, which fits an image (Rev 13) 2. It's an angel-hybrid vision of Prince Charles which fits the requirement for Antichrist (Rev 19) 3. It's labeled as "savior of the world" which fits the role of Antichrist as "God" and the exact timing of his coming at the 5th trumpet right on the heels of WWIII and Wormwood's destruction of civilization up to the 4th trumpet. You didn't think he'd take control of the world peacefully with America around and everyone fat and happy, did you? He comes when we need a savior due to WWIII and Wormwood. So yes, that this preview/precursor/foreshaowing image of Prince Charles has been made and has all three aspects, two of which are quite bizarre (angel wings, "savior"?) for what we all assume is just a bumbling normal man is uncanny!
  • Andreas on The Image of the Beast Identified At LastTim, thank you. From today on, I will do my utmost to purge myself from any idolatry and admiration of the worldy things. Though people around me will try to drag me back in, I might have to hate what I do almost.
  • Keith E. on The Image of the Beast Identified At Lasthi Tim, How does the Prince Charles statue even fit ONE of the prophecy scriptures you cite above as proof? I've re-read them numerous times (including your PC article) and I don't see any literal 'uncanny' connection, just conjecture. These scriptures only mention an image or (possible) statue nothing about the identity of the antichrist.
  • Paul Plasters on 3 Keys To Finally Understand (& Obey) Jesus’ “Sermon On The Mount”In reference to the discussion about teaching your children. My mother always took us (her 6 children) to church every time any thing was going on there. But now at 80, I realize that I know so much less than I should. Our church was strictly ran for adults, yes people brought their children, but the order of the day was always "kids sit quietly", no training or classes for the younger (under 21) set. May haps I am wrong in this, but I always felt I was so short of the knowledge I should have had many years earlier. I am enjoying the articles and the book written by Tim , and started to get set up to read the other items, when my cancer doctor said I had to go for daily radiation for 3 months. That is over now but I am so far behind in reading Tims articles, and have even forgotten my password. In a day or 2 as I get more rested up I will start trying to restore that bit in my memory. Paul Plasters
  • Theresa Wilkerson on The Image of the Beast Identified At LastMonte Judah did an amazing study on Revelations and anti-christ(The Great Escape of the Great Tribulation). You may not feel the need to continue in the research of the possibility of Prince Charles, But other may what or need more understanding , And some history of how he really can be and at this time the most likely possibility. Really enjoy reading your articles.
  • Gregory "Gilligan" Robinson on The Image of the Beast Identified At LastTim, question: Is it possible that the image could be projected by some media device or projection device? I often thought about this as being the case. We already have had technology leaks in which our "Smart TVs" can act both as an image maker and video recording or listening device. The historical context of the past did not have this technology. So though it still may be a statue is it possible that cameras will be in play here?
  • Michael Fish on How We Escape the Great Tribulation: Faith, not a RaptureThis earth is not our home. Paul said to live is Christ, to die is gain. We're only camping out for a short time here, a vapor. At my age I'm looking forward only to that eternal city.
  • TTISK on The Image of the Beast Identified At LastHi Tim, I have been looking at news of this, and apparently the small statue was given to Charles in 2002. Has the full size statue been made and put up yet? It seems so unbelievable that he could be the anichrist, but evidence seems to point that way . Will he cast out his own family if they do not worship him? So many questions. Thank you
  • Bill Walls on The Image of the Beast Identified At LastHi Tim, I like your article on the image of the beast. Great summary of the subject. I have also heard of Prince Charles mentioned as a candidate for the Antichrist, but hadn't heard about his Nephilim heritage? How did you come to learn of his half-angel parentage?
  • Tim McHyde on The Image of the Beast Identified At LastAndreas, no admiration is no idolatry. Idolatry has to do with other gods before God and no serving him as deity exclusively. Plus, it's not about only prayer and study. It's about love and doing things in so far as they support the growth of that.
  • Andreas on The Image of the Beast Identified At LastI have question about idolatry. If I admire a sports athlete, actor, a movie, videogame, history magazines, music, and so on, am I then guilty of idolatry and thus commit a sin/sins? As the end of this age is upon us, my anxiety over these things also increases. At the same time, I also fear insanity/maddness if I must drop everything as I live alone. Dedicating my time only to prayer and bible study would be a fine thing if I can do it for that many hours. Please help.
  • qui on The Coming 360 Day Year Predicted in Revelation (1260 Days = 42 months)Cook, Jesus went to synagogue because that's where he could access the Bible and where his audience was, not because he needed to worship there. Back then, unlike today, people did not have personal copies of the Bible in books. Only synagogues, scribes and rich people had scrolls of the OT. If you study all the passages on Sabbath in the Gospels you'll find at every opportunity Jesus denies any need for keeping Sabbath or ignores the command entirely (Mt 19:17-19). It's quite eye-opening for someone coming from the theory that A) he kept Sabbath and B) he did so as an example to us. His own words and actions contradict that assumption. Simply put, he was born into Jewish culture where all were keeping Sabbath out of tradition which was fine, but not required since Israel was cast out of the land for breaking the Old Covenant which ended with the exile. Thus, Sabbath at that point had turned into a tradition of men itself with all the additions they had made. As part of the Old Covenant Torah, it was no longer required by God on Israel for a long time by then. There is not a single verse saying "and Jesus rested/stayed home/fasted/went to Synagogue/etc. that day because it was the Sabbath." He went to synagogue "as his custom was" as was the custom of that culture, not because God required Sabbath synagogue attendance nor even Sabbath rest at that point.
  • C Cook on The Coming 360 Day Year Predicted in Revelation (1260 Days = 42 months)According to Luke 4:16 it was Jesus' custom to be in the synagogue on the Sabbath... I also have some concerns about church on Sundays (although I go) being exactly what Jesus spoke of in Mark 7 and the traditions of men versus the commandments of God. To your point though, Tim, I suppose that worshipping Yehovah on any and every day of the week is probably acceptable. 😉
  • Tim McHyde on The Millennium: Ten Surprising Changes Jesus Brings (or Grass-Eating Cats)Ken, that is a great question that needs to be answered to test if our eschatology is right. First, note that Jesus does not destroy everyone "at the brightness of his coming." He destroys the Antichrist (2Th 2:8). The sword that comes from his mouth destroys only those who came to battle him at Armageddon (Rev 19:15). The rest of the people who took the mark but did not come to battle him and survived God's wrath that kills two thirds (Zec 13:8), will have received their punishment and be released from the mark of the beast when Jesus comes and cleans up the earth of Satan, fallen angels, nephilim and demons. Therefore the people who we rule that you are asking about are those survivors who took the mark.
  • mauricio malagon on The First Sign of the End: The Gospel of Jesus Returns!Hello Just found your blog and I haven't stopped reading the many articles. You have great insight. Another person that was teaching the real Gospel is Ray Smith, who is now dead as of 2012. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rozQU2cPCFc His website: https://bible-truths.com/ He teaches pretty much everything you do except that he says that God will save everyone. Pretty much the Lake of Fire is an instrument to clean people that will not repent in their resurrected state after the resurrection of the dead (second resurrection). He states that Psalms 87 states that all the nations will be recorded in the register of the peoples (Book of Life). He claims that God has to save everyone because of such scriptures such as 1 Tim 4:10 "For therefore we both labour and suffer reproach because we trust in the living God, Who is the Saviour of all men, especially of those that believe" The Lake of Fire is brimstone to cleanse and purify until the person is ready to come out. Anyway, lots of good insight there as well. You can't throw out the baby with the bath water I say. I'm like you, and look for nuggets everywhere Ron Wyatt Michael Rood Nehmia Gordon Etc
  • Ken on The Millennium: Ten Surprising Changes Jesus Brings (or Grass-Eating Cats)All believers dead and alive will be glorified at Jesus return. From the time of Adam until now. Jesus will destroy the wicked at His return at the battle of Armageddon...my question and I do not pretend to have the full answer. Who will be those besides those left of Israel who will believe when they look upon him? The bible makes clear there are people of many nations on earth during the 1000 year Sabbath? Who are they ? Does that mean none believers would be given a second chance? If they become believers during tribulation they would either be killed, not take the mark and raptures with the rest of us? Who are these thousands if not millions of people still in human form? The second resurrection at the end of the 1000 years is called the 2nd resurrection unto death. How are these people who die during the 1000 yrs receive glorified bodies who were not part of the rebellion at the end?
  • Ken on The Millennium: Ten Surprising Changes Jesus Brings (or Grass-Eating Cats)With your "theory " of the popular pre tribulation secret rapture let me ask you some common sense questions. 1. That would mean no babies or even young children , mental retarded on the face of the earth in gone in one day? 2. If there is only one resurrection unto life, the First resurrection, how will those at the end of the tribulation be resurrected? There can only be one FIRST? If the First resurrection occurs at the Last Trump can there be any "last trump" before it or after it? There is only one First resurrection and only one last trump both are the same event happening at the same time at the return of Jesus, Yeshua the Messiah at the end of Great Tribulation before the "wrath of the Lamb". The only wrath that is from GOD mentioned in scriptures. No mention of a "secret coming" except by Jesus in Matt 24 warning not to believe it but goes to great length explaining His return and timing.
  • P'alex on Sam Miller’s Testimony – How Jesus’ Real Gospel (of the Kingdom) Changed His LifeWow, Sam. Thank you for sharing your story so in depth It is really comforting hearing your story of perseverance and trials. So many parallels between your story and mine. The hardest moments of my life happened at the same time as yours. It makes me think I wasn't alone in that and now all the hope I have for the future is also something we share. This gives me hope for those people in my life that are SO hard to love. Your story is a reconfirmation for me that this kingdom living stuff that Tim and Katrina teach really is good news. Like a whole lot of people are just waking up, like me. Thank again. God bless you and yours P'alex Aka Alex 🌹
  • Ron on What The September, 2017 Revelation 12 Sign Tells UsTim & Deborah I think these September speculators commenting directly above my note here, are exactly the Authors to whom Tim is speaking. Tim stated quite clearly that he sees in the written word, this is misinformation and shouldn't be banked on. On the other hand, I didn't think we'd see a comment or discussion with Tim aroused by Deborah's writings above. I'm still looking forward further back and forth comments from the two of them. Great work from all of you, Blessings, Ron
  • Tim McHyde on Why I’m Convinced The End Begins in 2026—And What You Can Do About ItVictor, neither. 2026 has always been a possibility I have written about along with every 7th year after that (2033, 2040, etc.) What I'm saying is just what the article title says, "Why I'm convinced about 2026..." is it instead of the others.
  • Victor on Why I’m Convinced The End Begins in 2026—And What You Can Do About ItSo you are saying that its going to happen in 2026 or that there is a possibility of it happening then?
  • Chris on The Coming 360 Day Year Predicted in Revelation (1260 Days = 42 months)Maybe the event of Isaiah 38:8 was the cause of the calendar change. 8 I will make the shadow cast by the sun go back the ten steps it has gone down on the stairway of Ahaz.’ ” So the sunlight went back the ten steps it had gone down. Isa.38:8 When God did this maybe just a slight orbital change was the cause, thus affecting future calendars.
  • Tim McHyde on So You Figured Out Christianity Deceived You—Now What?Hi Barb, thanks, glad you enjoyed it. Well, that's the rub isn't it. Right now I see Christians struggle greatly to not treat ISIS or even just regular Muslims in their community any better than how fundamentalists treat homosexuals. The deep cultural biases that these are "God's enemies, sinners, trying to destroy us/me/others" makes us feel justified in hating them. My next supporter study will try to share techniques to deal with this very common obstacle to loving others and enemies.
  • Evangelist Stephen on What The September, 2017 Revelation 12 Sign Tells UsYou would all benefit knowing the difference between a sign and a wonder.
  • Daniel Douglas on So You Figured Out Christianity Deceived You—Now What?Barb Douglas......I am so enjoying all that you have written, Tim. The remarks about the precious Rapture "upset my canoe" for awhile but am trying my level best to understand, with God's help of course. I do believe most fully in "do unto others.....", but, Tim, what about the people who love to destroy others for their own glory? How do we, as lovers of Truth, respond i.e. starters of terrible wars and so on? How can we love them when we are horrified at such behaviour? HELP please, at the moment I cannot seem to find my way.....what is in my heart is I can love their souls but not their behaviour!! God bless and thanks for everything I am reading!
  • Mark on The Coming 360 Day Year Predicted in Revelation (1260 Days = 42 months)Tim, With all the concern over global warming and many different theories as to it's cause, I was thinking that "Wormwood" might be blamed on global warming. I think it was Obama that even blamed wars and revolutions on global warming and Gloria Steinem blames forced childbirths. That would sure explain the fanaticism of the world accepting the anti-Christ and an extreme hatred for Christians. I've argued with people before on the subject and could see an almost physical change come over them when discussing global warming. Global warming and its theorized cause is like a religious belief for some.
  • Karen L Nassie on Sam Miller’s Testimony – How Jesus’ Real Gospel (of the Kingdom) Changed His LifeThank you Sam. Sharing your transformation through acknowledging the purposeful "dichotomies" in life is a blessing that just keeps on giving. We shall all reap the benefits from such if we put them into the context that you have recognized. God Bless You and continue to Look For The Blessings!
  • Mark on The Coming 360 Day Year Predicted in Revelation (1260 Days = 42 months)Thanks for providing a link "frequency allusion". I have had a similar thing happen recently. Something would make me glance up at my digital clock in the car, at home or at work and every time I did it was 11:11. Either AM or PM. I thought for awhile it may mean something, but now, after going to the link, I see it's rather common.
  • Shane on How We Escape the Great Tribulation: Faith, not a RaptureI love these articles... and considering the state of most American Christians, or Believers, or Followers or whatever you want to call them... I can't see very many leaving their A/C's, recliners, TV's, posturepedics, etc. Right now, according to the numbers, 17.2% of Americans attend church weekly (not the telephone polls, the study where 200,000 churches actually counted/reported attendance). That means there's a lot of people that don't even have the discipline, or faith, or commitment to get out of bed on Sunday, who call themselves "Christ like". It'll be plenty of room in Israel or Jordan for whoever wants to be there...
  • Dafydd on The Coming 360 Day Year Predicted in Revelation (1260 Days = 42 months)Thanks Tim, that was an interesting essay. All old calendars, i.e., Inca, Aztec, Chinese, Hindu, Greek, Egyptian and Hebrew were all based on a 360 day year, 30 day lunar cycle. All of these calendars changed to the present 365.25 day calendar at the same time. If anyone doubts that a year was originally 360 days in length, ask them why a full circle has 360 degrees.
  • Tim McHyde on The Coming 360 Day Year Predicted in Revelation (1260 Days = 42 months)Michael, "assembly/covocation" is a poor translation of the Hebrew word miqra, or "rehearsal". The Israelites were never told to assemble on Sabbath as they were on most of the other moedims of Lev 23. I think they could, but Sabbath was not originally about gathered worship. It was no-work day. People lose sight of that when they argue Sunday worship is a heresy because of Lev 23 =). In the case of the Sabbath day miqra, by resting on the seventh day, the Israelites were "rehearsing" for us the "Sabbath Millennium" rest that the people of the Millennium will experience under the Kingdom of God from the work of war, deception, Satan, demons, etc.
  • Michael Applegate on The Coming 360 Day Year Predicted in Revelation (1260 Days = 42 months)Tim, I'm curious then, as to what you believe "holy convocation" or "holy assembly" (depending on the translation) means in the following verse... Leviticus 23:3 Six days shall work be done, but on the seventh day is a Sabbath of solemn rest, a holy convocation. You shall do no work. It is a Sabbath to the Lord in all your dwelling places.
  • Zachary Miller on What The September, 2017 Revelation 12 Sign Tells UsI've listened to "Jaco's" web series as well---I can say that his "interpretation" leads us to believe that the 'rapture' will occur this September....I disagree with his views and I would argue that they are entirely incorrect. The literal interpretation (as stated on this website) is the way to go in my opinion. I'm not aware way to determine one's "holy spirit discernment" other than VERIFYING someone's claims with the word itself---the difficulty, however, is removing one's own preconceptions and taking the word for what it states plainly (in most circumstances).
  • Tim McHyde on The Coming 360 Day Year Predicted in Revelation (1260 Days = 42 months)Barbara, the Sabbath was never about worship gatherings, but rather rest from work. Originally even saying "do not leave your place" (Ex 16:29) which kind of precludes meetings. Isaiah 66:23 says in the Millennium worship gatherings will be on that day. But today there is no universal law on this. Even if there were, can you imagine anyone getting in trouble for having Yehovah worship meetings on a Sunday or other days of the week? =).
  • Barbara Lindsay on The Coming 360 Day Year Predicted in Revelation (1260 Days = 42 months)Tim, What are your comments that "worship services", or church services, should still be done on a Saturday, or Sabbath day. Most churches meet now on the first day of the week, Sunday. (I do know the history of this day!) Thanks!! Barbara
  • Mike on What The September, 2017 Revelation 12 Sign Tells UsThere's no such thing as the Rapture, at least before the end times (pretrib). The Rapture is more like a scapegoat for anyone looking to escape what is to come. If you've noticed throughout the lives of the Saints, they have one thing in common besides the obvious. They all suffered in some sort of way. If the Rapture was to happen, it is most likely when the time of peace comes about. In order to be a saint, one must be like Christ (not BE Christ, mind you). Christ suffered greatly so I firmly believe that suffering is one of the biggest factors into securing a spot in Heaven.
  • Tim McHyde on The Coming 360 Day Year Predicted in Revelation (1260 Days = 42 months)Stephanie, noticing the same number over and over means you're experiencing the cognitive bias of frequency allusion.
  • Stephanie Dunn on The Coming 360 Day Year Predicted in Revelation (1260 Days = 42 months)I keep seeing the numbers 444 all the time. Do you know what they mean?
  • Sam Miller on Sam Miller’s Testimony – How Jesus’ Real Gospel (of the Kingdom) Changed His LifeThanks George for your reply. It means a lot! Prioirites reset for sure!
  • Johan Pretorius on Sam Miller’s Testimony – How Jesus’ Real Gospel (of the Kingdom) Changed His LifeThank you Sam, hopefully we will be in contact more in the future.
  • Tim McHyde on The Coming 360 Day Year Predicted in Revelation (1260 Days = 42 months)Richard, I'm not offended by anyone saying they do not like any religion. I think Yeshua would agree and will ban them all when he comes back in favor of people following the Word of God directly as he taught and did (Lk 8:21).
  • Sam Miller on Sam Miller’s Testimony – How Jesus’ Real Gospel (of the Kingdom) Changed His LifeThank you for your comments Johan. I definitely feel your pain. I hope my story gives you some encouragement that things can and will improve. For me it has been helpful to keep my vision aimed high, past all the "traffic" in front of me and instead focused squarely on the Kingdom that is out on the horizon. Ill include you in my prayers, my friend and im sure others reading this will too. God bless!
  • Johan Pretorius on Sam Miller’s Testimony – How Jesus’ Real Gospel (of the Kingdom) Changed His LifeHello Sam, this was a very heart-breaking article for me and I actually burst out crying when I finished reading it. I had to wait for about 30 minutes to contain myself before I could start replying to you. I was retrenched last year March and have since lost everything I owed, my house, furniture etc. Also I ended up being unable to pay my credit cards and personal loans whereby I am haunted on a daily basis by the lawyer call centres looking for payments which I do not have. A cousin of mine offered me accommodation on his property in what we call the bushveld in South Africa where he has got a small game farm with other farms in and around the area. Since I was retrenched I was unable to find another job due to the political situation and economy in the country and therefore ended up living on my pension/provident fund on a monthly basis. This obviously decreases rapidly because of the low interest rates and high costs of living. Obviously I intended to retire at 65 and not get retrenched at 59 years, big loss of income over 6 years period. So ending up in the bush with not much to do except internet and the nearest town about 20 kilometers away gives you ample time to think about what happened in your life with the ups and downs and where did you go wrong etc. The biggest loss to me was my two boys who have been working for me for 10 years and 7 years respectively and who basically considered that they will be with me for a long time, after retirement? It was a big disappointment for us when I told them I have to get rid of the property and I will not be able to employ them anymore and that they need to find other means of income. Again no chance of employment for them due to the situation as explained above. Obviously I feel responsible for them being unemployed and that is killing me. I offered to support them till December this year but next year I will be unable to do that. This is the issue I have thinking on a daily basis what to do to change this situation and my hands are chopped off, I am at a total loss to come to a solution and are extremely depressed about it. Like you mentioned the thought of suicide pops up regularly and how to do it is also determined. Then again if I do that the pension money will be used for my debts and my boys will still end up with nothing and me gone on top of that, so not a good solution. I had a lot of time to go through Tim's articles because I know him for quite awhile now and absolutely enjoy every article his has written. So, as usual, typical human being, you only seriously starts praying when you are in trouble and ask YHVH for help. Anyway I feel I have made good progress in that area and pray every evening and morning also sometimes during the day. I have developed the habit of taking my two dogs for a walk every morning, when weather permits, and this also gives me time to think and reflect on my issues and problems and I will discuss this loudly while I am walking with YHVH. So strangely enough I had this serious discussion with YHVH this morning about my problems and highlighted it in three categories as: 1) I need to have a source of income to sustain myself financially to enable myself not to be dependant on other people and be in a better position to help others around me. 2) I seriously want to get back with my two boys and help them financially so that they can look after themselves and there families. 3) I want to be able to participate in the Support group that Tim has set up and learn as much as I can from the Bible to be prepared for Yeshuas next coming. This is not in order of priority. So to end my story when I came back from my walk I saw the email from Tim on the 360 days that's coming and your letter below it, and I realised that I am not alone. Thank you for that Sam, and Tim I had the same thought this morning as Sam mentioned, there is more to you than meets the eye and I want to stick with you. Thank you, Johan PS I hope to join end of July if funds permit.
  • Tim McHyde on Torah Feasts & Holy Day Calendar 2017Ron, if you flew to 70,000 feet you'd see the curve. Also by your slavishly literal reading of the Bible's poetic passages using humanistic-perspective idioms to prove a flat earth that doesn't move and is not round, then also the heavenly bodies can speak words to us, there is a tent for the sun (Ps 19:4), etc. It gets silly real fast when you are not so selective but follow the method of interpretation you are using to prove a flat earth from the Bible to all aspects. 🙁
  • Tim McHyde on The Coming 360 Day Year Predicted in Revelation (1260 Days = 42 months)Marlen, yes, the crucifixion had to be on a Thursday Passover before a Friday Unleavened Bread #1 Holy Day and Saturday Sabbath. People find ways to fit Friday or Wednesday who count just "three days/the third day" but when you pay attention to the "three days AND THREE NIGHTS" only Thursday fits the full criteria with the pre-dawn Sunday night resurrection specified.
  • Tim McHyde on The Coming 360 Day Year Predicted in Revelation (1260 Days = 42 months)Mike, thank you. I have had no time for a 9th edition due to the demand for support team content explaining what Yeshua taught and how to actually do it, something God is blessing greatly.
  • George on Sam Miller’s Testimony – How Jesus’ Real Gospel (of the Kingdom) Changed His LifeWhat an amazing, on the edge of your seat read. Well done dear brother for your humility and honesty in writing this - Your love for the Lord and your honouring of Tim & Katrina are truly commendable. Your story is a good "priorities reset". You have boosted my day. Bless you and yours much
  • mike on The Coming 360 Day Year Predicted in Revelation (1260 Days = 42 months)good article tim! is there a 9th edition of know the future coming anytime soon?
  • Richard Jablonski on The Coming 360 Day Year Predicted in Revelation (1260 Days = 42 months)This is a strange coincidence. I had been researching the past history of earth for a while now. What you wrote about time was correct. The calendars and all the monuments are true. You are correct saying something happened in the past. I changed about 12,000 + years ago. The biggest cataclysmic event at the time compounded by the flood. Which may have been at that time also. This is not really out of sequence with the bible. In research the world has been destroyed 2 times in the past where most life was required to change because of events. Believe me I do understand your beliefs, I was there. I am not saying you are incorrect, or anything of the sort. You for your studying and research is awesome. You have a lot of the best interpretations I ever seen. I love the fact the you are able to be fluid with things. We need people like you. You may not like, or agree in what I say next. I do not like any religions. They all have truths. None of them with all. More wars have been fought in the name of God then any other thing. I think I read (not exact) there a 450 conflicts going on now 430 are religious in nature. End times, probably.
  • Ron Colwelll on Torah Feasts & Holy Day Calendar 2017Have you checked out FLAT Earth information . I can't find the curve on water as they say it should be . 70 verses in the bible , about the earth , never a ball.
  • Marlen on The Coming 360 Day Year Predicted in Revelation (1260 Days = 42 months)I was just wondering since the Jews were on a Lunar calender then the crusafixion had to have happened on a Thursday being that saterday was the Sabath right
  • Perez on 4 Plain Proofs America is Babylon + 6 Objections AnsweredThe article presented is written with great insight. There was a time I thought it was Rome but after much reading and understanding I agree it is New York City.