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  • Juan Sloan on When Were the True Dates of the Crucifixion and ResurrectionThis is what YahuShua told a prophet renamed to Tim.... concerning the witnesses : trumpetcallofgodonline dot com/index.php5?title=The_Lord_Comes_Nigh%3B_Make_the_Way_Straight_for_His_Return
  • Maddy on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”Hi Tim, I’m not sure if you have heard of him but there is a Pastor by the name of Dana Coverstone and he has gone viral for the dreams he has been given that have come to pass. Even the most sound Christians who don’t believe YouTube nonsense have taken to this Pastor. His videos speak of what’s coming and I won’t lie it shook me to the core. When you have a chance look him up I’d love to know your thoughts. He says September- November it’s going to be crazy for America and spoke of the hell that will be unleashed. Definitely very troubling and unsettling.
  • Tim McHyde on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”Blaze, the pattern is in the Bible and the prophet is confirming the rankings and acting out the same pattern in them.
  • Lisa on 42 Day Fast To Cure Ulcerative ColitisHi Crystal, Try the master cleanse. If you get the good ingredients you may make it. For the first 12 days, I was looking at stainless steel to chomp on pretty hard. LOL I bought my maple syrup from; https://collinsvermontmaple.com/store/1-gallon-pure-vermont-maple-syrup martin 802) 387-5757. I researched that place very well. The stuff you buy in stores does not have the vitamins you need. I am not a doctor so do your own research. This is what I did for 21 days; I made this ahead each morning. 60 oz filtered water, 12 tablespoons of lemon juice from organic lemons, 12 Tablespoons of maple syrup, 1/2 teaspoon of organic cayenne pepper. Drink water in between if you get hungrier. Do not eat any maple syrup straight. There are a few more things people do on youtube. I did not do the salt. I will do this again in the future. You need to have some pounds that you do not need as they will come off. I would do a lot of research before doing this. You need to juice for a few days before and after the cleanse.
  • Blaze on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”You know this from studying the Bible or personal revelation? How could you possibly know that (be sure of that)?
  • Olive Gaines on Podcast: Facing (and Fixing) Your Unrighteousness With The End ApproachingWhat a wonderful cleansing hour. Brenda, you are awesome. Tim & Katrina, your comments (especially at the end pulling it all together) are wonderful. Thank you all.
  • Caroline on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”I’m so ready for the coming of our Lord. I pray I can be involved in this process. I’m so ready to have real meaning and purpose for Christ. As always, thanks Tim!
  • Tim McHyde on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”Paul, no, Elijah is the greatest end-time prophet, the greatest since Jesus. However, just as Jesus was preceded by and activated by the first full prophet of that time, John the Baptist, who was lesser, the end-time scenario repeats that pattern.
  • Paul Saunders on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”Is the 'first end time prophet' you describe, the Elijah who will warn the world to flee to Mt Zion before Wormwood strikes?
  • Timothy Bell on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”When the Middle East War happens (maybe in 2022), millions die in Israel and the Arab/Muslim countries. Due to that sad case, space opens up in Judea (and in Jordan). The prophet comes and for two years he warns and instructs the righteous to move to Judea. I assume the Judea space would not be ready immediately after the Middle East War. So do you presume an advance team (with Israel government?) will be working on preparing the Judea space(s) for an influx of people? Will the prophet say it will be ready in 2024? Would the prophet be working with the Israel government or be independent? Would at the same time the above is going on, will there be yet another advance team(s) preparing the Jordan space(s)? Btw, the timeline at the top of this article shows 3 + 3 1/2 years = 6 1/2 years instead of 3 1/2 + 3 1/2 = 7 years. Typo?
  • Doug Hicks on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”Many so-called experts lately seem to believe that the soon upcoming INJECTIONS (not medical vaccines) contain DNA-changing material similar/equivalent to the mark of the beast (which damn people to hell). Tim, what does this do to your timeline (if it is true)?
  • Keith Wood on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”Tim, Have you seen the current situation in the holy land? Is this the psalm war? Please reply! Thanks, Keith
  • mike on Is Petra the “Prepared Place” of Safety For Israel or You?1/3 of Israel will not all fit into the area of Petra.No where does it say Petra is the place. There may be a couple hints but all the NT says is that a place will be prepared. They will flee to the mountains, could be east of Hebron too. Some might make as far as the Petra area but not all.
  • Tim McHyde on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”Anonymous, the advice I give is to do the same as always with planning your life. You learn from it in the process, regardless of if the conclusion is reached or not. The only change is seeking God with spiritual preparation of repentance like I have been teaching in many articles recently.
  • Cris Ortiz on Beat the Coronavirus Pandemic Fears With Biblical WisdomAngela and Tim, Research shows that the rumors about Bill Gates inserting a microchip into the COVID19 vaccine is just that-a rumor. It's actually a misquote of his suggestion to track the disease digitally, much like so many of our documentation nowadays to show proof of vaccination, education, licenses, etc. While I hardly think that Gates is innocent in terms of global order and humano-centric salvation of the planet, I believe we should remain accurate with observations and make decisions on what we know to be true rather than speculative. The world has plenty of fear-mongering to go around. Thank you for your articles, Tim, which stir me to think deeply in terms of what is happening and the signs of our times.
  • anonymous on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”Hi Mr. McHyde, I am 14 years old, and a new-believer. I have always known of God, but I didn’t begin focusing on my faith until this pandemic. My parents are quiet about faith, but they have made it clear that their beliefs align with Christianity. Though, we do not attend church because of the issues associated with them (prosperity chruches, mega churches, etc.) I have read many of your free articles, in search of the truth about the end. I have also been reading my Bible, with the goal of finishing it (and hopefully rereading several times) When the time to escape comes, I will technically be grown and able to leave. I know that is much easier said than done, though. I worry for my family, and doubt that they would agree to leave with me. The point is, I don’t know how to live from day to day when everything is going to end very soon. How can I face my loved ones, and live like normal if the world is coming to an end? I’m in this walk all alone, and I don’t know how to build the strength to be faithful in such difficult times. Anytime I enjoy the blessings in my life, I just feel sad because I know it’s going away soon. Do you have any advice for how to spend this time, and prepare for the great tribulation?
  • Ben on 4 Plain Proofs America is Babylon + 6 Objections AnsweredThank you for this page, its a great resource. There is new evidence pointing to the US as mystery babylon, I put this together in a video. Feel free to use the info/video in any way you like. I hope that it can add to your research. https://youtu.be/MwFTy20rg8M
  • Cheryl on 4 Plain Proofs America is Babylon + 6 Objections AnsweredAmerican was founded on a false religion, The Puritan mindset coupled with Freemasonry are both false. America DID kill the Catholic prophets, the Saints sent to convert them. America burned the mission churches set up inside her and tried to destroy Catholicism. Puritans were harsh and judgmental and not Christ like. Almost everyone involved in the inception of this country was a FreeMason!! You cannot ignore that. Jesus established the Catholic Church with his apostles and America rejected Catholicism. Study the history of America and the great saints like Junipero Serra.
  • Lawry on Why I’m Convinced The End Begins in 2026—And What You Can Do About ItI Don't disagree with your date from 2026 but two verses which state in the bible what must happen 2 Thessalonians 2:3 English Standard Version (ESV) 3 Let no one deceive you in any way. For that day will not come, unless the rebellion comes first, and the man of lawlessness[a] is revealed, the son of destruction, The only man who fits this description by al means DONAL J TRUMP
  • Dave on Antichrist Identified From 666 and Revelation 13?Hi Tim. Yes it's me I think we may have got off on the wrong foot. Thanks for this I have read this and very interesting. Can I just say keep an eye on the pop. And the changes he is trying to make, this does not bode with others. ( His assassin's ) will show you who the antichrist is and the seven heads.
  • Tim McHyde on My Two Dreams Revealing What the Marked & the Saints Will Both Be Doing During the Tribulation (Scary)Timothy, right, age of accountability is 20 in the Bible. Youths won't be raptured I think. Glorified people can manifest as full flesh bodies and probably breastfeed even, so yes they can raise their babies after being glorified!
  • Timothy Bell on My Two Dreams Revealing What the Marked & the Saints Will Both Be Doing During the Tribulation (Scary)From another one of your articles, you mentioned that children who haven't reached the accountability factor (age?) likely wouldn't be raptured. For babies born in the safe place with righteous parents, do you think raptured/glorified parents still be raising their flesh and blood children during the Millennium?
  • Tim McHyde on My Two Dreams Revealing What the Marked & the Saints Will Both Be Doing During the Tribulation (Scary)Timothy, once we are glorified, no, we do not make offspring any more, just like the angels. The physical people we rule still live life normally, but with many advantages over today like 1000-year life spans.
  • Timothy Bell on My Two Dreams Revealing What the Marked & the Saints Will Both Be Doing During the Tribulation (Scary)During the time of the safe place in Judea/Jordan, we may be raising babies. Once we are raptured/resurrected and in our glorified bodies, then there is no sexual relations during the Millennium or would we still be making and raising families?
  • Josh on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”Right, I remember Trump's unexpected win over Hillary. His numbers are far worse now. He also can't (or it's more difficult to) run as the outsider, which he excels at. I really think a "weak" president on foreign policy could embolden Israel's enemies as much or more than Trump's aggressive actions. As you noted, though, you aren't prophetically claiming Trump will be re-elected. It's just a nice fit with your need for a catalyst. I get it. Hey, we shall see! Forget reality television. 2020 feels like we're on a reality TV show...
  • Tim McHyde on Isaiah 17: Will Israel Nuke Damascus? Why Not Yet From Psalm 83Timothy, The warning to flee is not to Christians, but to faithful saints who are few. Many Christians will die from Israel's nukes and Russia's nukes. All people do flee their nations at the same time as Wormwood comes the same day that America is nuked. Saints led by God will be shown to get out of the strike zones of Israel's nukes, too, around four years before WW3/Wormwood.
  • Timothy Bell on Isaiah 17: Will Israel Nuke Damascus? Why Not Yet From Psalm 83Could the warning for the righteous people to come out of Babylon (America) have somewhat duel warning for Arab/Persian Christians to come out of Babylon (Ancient Babylon representing the Arab/Persian countries) before Israel deploys the Samson Option? By the way, I saw some pictures today of US military occupying the site of Ancient Babylon back in early 2000s. How ironic- representatives of modern Babylon meets Ancient Babylon.
  • Tim McHyde on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”Josh, From your question it seems you are forgetting when Trump ran for his first term what his odds looked like to all against Hilary. It does not matter how it looks now for his second term, either, approval ratings or how many turn on him from his inner circle. I do not judge this by sight, but (I hope) by prophetic insight. I tend to still think he will be re-elected and bring the Mideast war by his disruptive presence. That said, it's not a "thus saith the Lord" and like I said in the article above, COVID-19 alone may both end his presidency and bring the Mideast war at the same time!
  • Josh on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”Still think Trump needs to be re-elected to provide the catalyst in the Middle East, as discussed in your previous article? His re-election is very much in doubt. He has Jimmy Carter level approval ratings. There's far more potential downside to Covid-19, riots, tell-all-books, etc. than potential upside to any of these situations improving. I think you may need to find a new catalyst for your events in the Middle East. I don't believe Trump will be re-elected.
  • Steve Willson on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”Tim, is this prophet the third Elijah? Is he Jewish?
  • Tim McHyde on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”Joel, no, it does not matter really if they are first or not. But when I see this person activate other people they and I were already connected to as friends/supporters by God, and it spread from there, it makes 100% sense to me that God activated this person first and is using their existing social network of trust and safety to go forth and spread the movement of repentance. I never anticipated this as how it would be, but in hindsight, how could it be any other way? People need to know and trust each other before they can see the love in each other and know the spirit is working. Strangers do not do that as well. Look at the people Jesus called and how interconnected they were in their relationships, several brothers.
  • Joel Tyger on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”I'm curious Tim, how can you know this person is the "first" end-time prophet? What if they're not? But the second or third? Does it really matter? "in my last article I revealed contact with the first end-time prophet on the earth. " I'm not doubting your conviction that he/she is the first, just how is it possible to determine this fact other than taking his/her word for it?
  • PC on 616 vs. 666: Which Is the Real Number of the Beast?616 is most likely correct. It's the number of years from Jesus birth (probably 5 BC or 6 BC) to start of Islam (year 610 AD).
  • Tim McHyde on When Were the True Dates of the Crucifixion and ResurrectionRick, there's no doubt Jesus rose on "Saturday night" or from nightfall Saturday until sunrise Sunday, that's Saturday night by one reckoning. He definitely rose before the dawn, he rose during the Saturday night. Thank you.
  • Tim McHyde on Why Jesus Can’t Come Back in 2020—But the 2020s Will Begin The EndDee, I never wrote a new book of Revelation with my own words added, so no I'm not adding to that book! I'm not special; you can have your own confirmation by dreams. Have you not read Acts 2/Joel 2 where he promises to show revelation to us in dreams? You do realize not everything is in Revelation, such as timing information or where the woman flees...? Further revelation on specifics is needed as we get closer.
  • Teri Crandall on The “Missing Manual” WorkbookPlease let us know when Elijah comes and tells us to come out of her my people, out of mystery Babylon...
  • Dee Wood on Why Jesus Can’t Come Back in 2020—But the 2020s Will Begin The EndTim, Does not Revelation instruct us not to add to the words of the Holy book, are you not adding something by declaring that God has given you clarification by giving you and you alone, a special dream? Tim, though I have no doubt that you are sincere, you have already "muddied the waters" by adding "extra" revelation, which makes me want to caution you to consider your error,; you do not want to be told by the Lord that"he never knew thee", it is easy to be puffed up by our own importance and terribly dangerous!
  • Rick CARTER on When Were the True Dates of the Crucifixion and ResurrectionJohn 20:1 does not say Jesus rose on Sunday by using modern-day calendars and timekeeping. Jewish calendars have the day beginning at sundown, not sunrise. The beginning of the first day of the week, while it was still dark, may very well mean Jesus rose on Saturday night. There were other Sabbath days than the 7th day, meaning it is possible Jesus was crucified on a Wednesday Passover Sabbath and rose after three days in the grave Saturday night after the 7th day Sabbath ended. Even if Jesus did rise after midnight on Saturday night, (modern-day Sunday)the day of the week he rose has nothing do with changing the 7th day Sabbath to a 1st day Sabbath. However, Sunday worship is now a well-established tradition and I do not see that ever-changing.
  • Tim McHyde on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”Blaze, no, the Damascus destruction war has always been detached from the 70th week as a prerequisite. Mike and you may have encountered people with the prophetic gift but not fully activated prophets since "you shall know them by their fruits" (Mt 7:15-20). But who can judge who was not there?
  • Timothy Bell on Three Big Events I Expect By 2022 Based On Two DreamsI've been all around your website reading and printing out various articles. (I thank you so much for having transcripts for various podcasts in your supporter studies as I have a hearing condition from childhood.) Very challenging and helpful insights for correcting and developing spiritual integrity. I thank God in my prayers for you and Katrina's work. I continue to learn so much! Among some of the things I've wondered about in regards to the end times and moving to the camp/Jordan is whether some books, items and "stuff" I have now would be moot to have there? Are we better off being "light" and not having so much to move going to Judea then to Jordan? I got books on various health topics, the Masons, economic history, commodity/futures trading, healing of emotions/subconscious issues, what is wrong with Christian psychology, missionary stories, loads of conspiracy type topics (Jesuits, MKUltra, Bloodlines, etc.), books on all kinds of Christian topics... Would all of this be useless from now on? Unnecessary weight to haul around? How about pictures/home movies/videos? My mother had loads of pictures and scrapbooks on me and siblings. Would showing "how things were" before Jesus' second coming be a thing in the Millennium? Would we in glorified bodies be able to go back in time to see it in spirit what it was like, what really happened, how it was done, etc.? Would having antiques be pointless? I grew up near Detroit, Michigan and always kept up a bit on news of that city after moving away. It's public image suffered greatly since the 1960s then into ruins in later years. There are various organizations that work to build up Detroit and Detroit has rebounded a bit. But after reading how close to the end-times we are and the coming WWIII, it makes me think those social efforts and others like it around the country would be pointless. Since it will all be destroyed with in a few years. Would fundraisers for children's hospitals be a worthless cause in light of the coming Wormwood? Would neighborhood beautification efforts be a waste of time? You get the idea. I do have a tabby kitty myself. I've wondered about his future but I just keep loving him this day and let God deal/provide when the time comes. As I meander around your website, here and there I will post. Thanks so much, Tim and Katrina! I appreciate the depth of your work and providing the Cliff Notes on such serious and deep topic.
  • Blaze on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”In my head I had 2022 as the start of the 7 years with ME war. Then + 7 = 2029. I went to event where I met someone who said things to me and others as though he was a Prophet. Should we consider mine and Mike Anderson experiences as encountering false prophets?
  • Martha Lower on Antichrist Identified From 666 and Revelation 13?I like the name of Princess Diana it's meaning is really impressed ! https://www.mygirlynames.com/Latin-babynames/girls/Diana.html
  • Steve Willson on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”Tim, did God want the prophet to contact you or how did you find him? Are you helping with his training? Can you tell where he is from?
  • Brandon Kramer on Simple Endtime Events ListThanks Tim and that makes sense now. I appreciate you clarifying that.
  • Mike Anderson on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”This seems sensible and borne of experience. Thank you.
  • Stephanie Jacobs on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”Tim, So glad to see an update article from you! Have you seen the recent Mayan calendar fiasco? If so can I get your thoughts? Thanks!
  • Tim McHyde on Simple Endtime Events ListBrandon, good catch. I made a mistake in the book and in the timeline of failing to consistently distinguish between how the Abomination of Desolation 30 days before the Great Tribulation does indeed happen "on a sabbath day in winter" like Jesus prophesied (Mt 24:20) (say, early March 2027) while the Great Tribulation happens a month later in spring (say, late March/early April) and exactly six months before the Day of Trumpets in the fall (Sept/Oct). I fixed it on the timeline here and made a note for any future ebook update.
  • Tim McHyde on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”Andre, no plans for updating Know the Future as God has me working towards another book on how to respond to end-time prophecy and be saved: real repentance.
  • Andre on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”Hi Tim. Two things. When will you release a new edition of your book - if necessary? Do you have an ebook edition? Enjoy your day. Andre.
  • Brandon Kramer on Simple Endtime Events ListHello Tim, Originally you had the GT starting in the spring of 2027 with the rapture in the fall of 2030, which makes sense because that equals 1260 days or 3.5 years. I'm confused when you now mention that the GT starts in the winter of 2027 because that doesn't seem to leave enough time to complete the 1260 days/3.5 years. Am I missing something? Thanks.
  • Tim McHyde on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”Mem, there's nothing beyond what I already said in the Elijah/sacred cows article. They had comprehensive love for everyone that was their main motivation along with love for God to do his will and deliver the accurate words from the Holy Spirit received (along with other visible manifestations of the spirit). This rare, godly love is exactly what Jesus said to look for to identify prophets (Mt 7:15-21) or likewise like his trained-in-love disciples (John 13:35=Mt 7:21). I have never seen love for even the riff-raff (who you and I would write off and forget about) until getting to know this person. It's the love of God for all his children like Jesus had that few on the face of the earth are gifted with. This is the proper measure for a prophet, at least the first one who is prepared to be recognized. The others activated by that prophet will have that prophet's testimony even if they do not have their love focus as developed yet. Later, trained prophets usually do signs and miracles, but John the Baptist did not and he was received as one regardless for the same reason I imagine, the love and humility. Most have to wait like Thomas to see the miracles or other physical proof and do not understand the primacy of love in God's economy.
  • J G Vaidhyan on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”GOD directly talk to people. Either we miss the voice or we reject it thinking the voice is not from the divine (due to lack of our own discernment). Occasionally, a 3rd person is used in your conversation with GOD and you may know it by the following 3 indicators. 1. The 3rd person may get divine directions about you, so that he can wait & pray for you to become eligible to receive & then accept those directions that are directly received from GOD. 2. When GOD speaks to you, this 3rd person can confirm it to you. (a kind of second opinion) 3. the 3rd person might have said something to a group and it strikes you as if it was told to you specifically. Everything else is flattery and it is surely not from GOD.
  • Mike Anderson on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”You did well to notice that my story shifts focus away from titled roles and onto good behavior. If you find someone with the title of prophet, but doesn’t demonstrate agape love, would you continue to listen to them because “the gifts and the callings of God are without repentance?” That saying has really been abused. It reminds me of those who insist on once saved always saved despite warnings that only those who endure to the end will be saved, as though we have no more responsibility in the matter of our salvation. No, we must always be on guard to keep our hearts pure. Besides that, think of the archetypal prophet, Elijah, how he felt worn down on Mount Horeb. He was replaced by Elisha. In 2 Chronicles 21:12 we find that Elijah came out of retirement to write a letter to Jehoram, King of Judah, but nothing else was recorded of him since he was translated to another location. My take on it is that God’s calling was subject to his continued cooperation. As for Romans 11:29, keep in mind the context here is the salvation of Israel, and many expositors fail to keep in view that not all born of Israel are of Israel, that only a remnant of them will be saved (Chapter 9). God’s plans for Israel will not fail, but individuals can fail to be a part of that group.
  • Dwight Cardoza on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”What does sin have to do with being a prophet? The gifts and callings of God are without repentance!
  • mem on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”Hi Tim - Can you at least share the sequence of events and understanding in your own mind that has led you to an iron clad conclusion that this prophet is the first end times prophet on earth? Just anonymous sharing of the compelling circumstances that have resulted in such certainty in you, would help us to come to that certainty.
  • Dr. Tom on What Kind of “Earthquakes” (Mt 24:7) Are An End Time Sign?Oh, but earthquakes ARE increasing however, they are purposely NOT being reported. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nWwlXYx-PQM&feature=youtu.be
  • Silke on Why You Will Probably Miss Elijah, the “Sinner” (Unless You Change This)You're most welcome, Logan. I think five seals have been opened up to now. The 6th will be opened after Elijah has finished his 2-year ministry. And no, I don't believe that there are any "cosmic waves" when the seals are opened. 😀 The seals are opened in another dimension (the third Heaven where God lives) so how could it even be possible for us on earth to "hear" cosmic waves?! That's utter nonsense to me, honestly... May I suggest that you stop watching silly YouTube videos on end-time prophecies? 😉
  • Tim McHyde on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”Andrea, I said nothing about vaccines or anti-vaxxers in this article, so your inference is mistaken. I only stated that smartphones+social media is responsible for flat-earthism and the measles coming back along with highway fatalities increasing after years of decline. I have no judgment on you or anyone regarding the vaccine question because I know enough about it (like how it is complicated by the powerful liability protection and profit motive of the Big Pharma manufacturers) to realize it's complicated. Measles coming back is partly due to awareness of these real complications and a mix of conspiracy theory being spread by social media. It's just a sad sign of civilization's decline for me not that anyone is bad, including flat-earthers.
  • Travis on When is the Great Tribulation Not Coming?This is interesting. I have for a while thought that the Earth originally had a 360 day year and a 30 day month. My thought, though, was that the change to the current lengths happened at the flood. There is at least one problem, i believe, with the math on the page you referenced (xwalk.ca/360vs365.html). That page says that if the orbital speed of the Earth about the sun increased to make a ~365.25 day year into a 360 day year and the orbital speed of the moon about the Earth with respect to the stars stayed the same, then the length of a month with respect to the sun would automatically become ~30 days. This is not really true, i don't think. According to Wikipedia the orbital period of the moon about the Earth relative to the stars is ~27.32 days. This should mean that in one day the arrow from the Earth to the moon relative to the stars should change by ~(360/27.32) = ~13.1868 degrees. Since the Earth is orbiting the sun with a period of ~365.25, we need to subtract ~(360/365.25) = ~.9856 degrees from this for the change in the angle formed by sun -> Earth -> moon. This angle, then, changes ~12.2012 degrees per day and will go through 360 degrees in ~(360/12.2012) = ~29.51 days, a lunar month. If we do this calculation again, changing 365.25 to 360 but keeping 27.32 the same, we find that the sun -> Earth -> moon angle will change by ~(360/27.32 - 360/360) = ~12.1868 degrees per day, which will give a new lunar month of ~(360/12.1868) = ~29.54 days, not much closer to 30. Because of this (and other reasons) i do not necessarily think that the change in the length of the year was primarily caused by a change in the Earth's orbit. It seems more likely that the change could have been caused by a change in the rotation speed of the Earth, which could be caused by a change in the average distance of the Earth's mass from its center (like a spinning ice skater extending their hands). I would be interested in your thoughts. I have for quite a while thought that the 360 day "times" interpretation of Daniel's 70 weeks works well because it fits with a start date in 444 BC and an end date in 33 AD, where Nisan 444 BC could have been in the 20th year of King Artaxerxes (Nehemiah 2) according to mainstream Persian history and 33 AD is the "traditional" date for our Lord's crucifixion. Thank you and God bless,
  • Mike Anderson on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”I am sympathetic to those who expect high standards of prophets. I don’t think I’ve ever encountered a prophet, but I’ve met several who have claimed to be but aren’t because they promote things antithetical to the Kingdom of God. Even so, some clearly have spiritual power. Several years ago I was invited to a house church, and one day as I was passing by the house I realized they were meeting in about an hour and I had nothing better to do, so I decided to check it out. About forty people came, some of whom I recognized from other churches, but none knew me and I didn’t know them. As it turned out it was a special meeting. There was a “prophet” visiting from Northern California, who I gathered had been there perhaps a year or two before. As he preached, I became very uncomfortable, and my intention was to politely sit it out and leave without causing a fuss. If I remember correctly, he talked about guns, protecting our freedom, taking back America for the Kingdom, taking in refugees from the cities, becoming like gods, the creative power of our spoken words, and all manner of New Apostolic Reformation teaching that I loathe. About forty minutes into his presentation, he stopped abruptly, walked right in front of me, and said, “You are a prophet as I am. I sense the spirit of the Archangel Michael upon you. Does that make sense? Is that your name, Michael?” (Yes it’s my name and he had no reason to know that.) “Receive my mantle from me.” He held out his hand. I was too shocked and unprepared to say anything helpful, and too polite to say “Go to hell” or some such, so I prayed earnestly for protection from God as I took his hand. He said the blessings I was waiting for were even then coming to pass, and then he left me alone. I was singled out, the only person he interacted with during his presentation. As I left the meeting, I overheard him say that some people do not receive the power that he imparts. I hope he was not the only one who noticed that I did not receive his power. “You are a prophet” was in my understanding entirely flattery. Perhaps it works on others. As for me, if occasionally I think I have a message God would want that person to hear, that still doesn’t make me a prophet, but only someone maturing to the point of recognizing sin and avoiding it.
  • Blaze on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”Not sure if I fully understood that story from the Bible. He did what he was supposed to do, then another Prophet (from God?) lied to him (planned by God?), and then he did the wrong thing. And the old Prophet (from God?) was upset about it since the man died (spiritual brother?) Anyways, my question is, I mean, Was he not trained properly? (How could that be?) What went wrong here? What's stopping these Prophets in the End Times from making mistakes and being eaten by lions?
  • Andrea Reid on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”Hello Tim, Thank you for your recent article that had many interesting insights. I do, however, think you are inferring that people who are against vaccines cannot think for themselves. Even though you say in your article you aren’t doing that, there are several inferences that you are, one of which clumping anti vaccine people with flat earth people when one has nothing to do with the other. I spent hours and hours researching vaccines and decided not to give my youngest all the ridiculous number recommended. It doesn’t take a whole lot of research to find out all the dangerous things they put into vaccines and all the children and people who have died or had serious complications due to them. I know someone personally who developed a terminal condition 24 hours after a vaccination and doctors admit it was due to the vaccine. My point here is that any educated person knows that vaccines carry risk. Flu shots give people the flu. Happens all the time. Most people I know who are anti vaccine or anti “every” vaccine have researched this subject thoroughly. On the other hand the general public who are “sheep” ask no questions and just do what the medical establishment and government tells them to do. I firmly believe God gave us critical thinking and expects us to use it and be our own advocates in our health care. Clearly traditional medicine does not always work and only makes people sicker in most cases. You’ve said yourself you healed issues you had naturally. Not with conventional medicine. I’m not saying it’s never prudent to vaccinate. Just saying one needs to weigh the risks of the vaccine with that of the disease. I happened to be vaccinated for the measles and got them anyway. Go figure. I just don’t think it’s an accurate to infer people who question the system as being part of the larger problem. It shouldn’t bother others if some don’t vaccinate because according to the vaccinated people “they are safe” since they are vaccinated. So with that logic diseases would only affect the unvaccinated. But actually that isn’t always the case. It should be a choice and not forced. But you can bet after this Covid nonsense it will be required for everyone if they want to go back to school and work. How convenient for the pro vaccine people don’t you think?
  • jerry kimble on “Tim, Has Your Timeline Changed Given 2020’s Awful Events?”Thanks Tim...Wonderful article as usual! I've been a little worried about you folks, having not heard from you in awhile. Now I see you have been busy as ever! Wild times we are in right now. And it does seem that we are on the cusp of "End Times". Take care and God Bless!
  • Tim McHyde on How We Escape the Great Tribulation: Faith, not a Rapture (In 3 Phases)J, here's a quote from my Bible Prophecy Glossary answering your question:
    Time of Jacob's Trouble - Commonly thought to be the first half of the 70th Week or other long periods related to the Great Tribulation. This is actually the same single-day event as Armageddon: The Day of the LORD (Jer 30:6-7=Isa 13:6-9). It's "even the time of Jacob's trouble" because "even" Jacob/Israel, God's favored nation, will suffer in God's wrath because of the great delusion of the Antichrist and mark of the beast.
  • J on How We Escape the Great Tribulation: Faith, not a Rapture (In 3 Phases)Hi Tim, Thanks for sharing your thoughts on this. I really appreciate you taking the time to answer and also approve my comment on your site. Besides the verbiage, which could be interpreted as a specified day or a specified time or period (Merriam-Webster), what scripture leads you to say Jacob’s trouble is a single day? A reading of Matthew 24:21 (“a great tribulation, such has not occurred since the beginning of the world”) mirrors Jeremiah 30:7 (“for that day is great, there is none like it”). This, which starts in the middle of the 70th week when the Antichrist desecrates the Temple in Jerusalem, implies that the trouble kicks off in Israel (thus “flee to the mountains” in Matthew 24:16). It continues for 3.5 years (Daniel 12:7). Indeed, this will also be a difficult time for the saints (Daniel 7:21).
  • Tim McHyde on How We Escape the Great Tribulation: Faith, not a Rapture (In 3 Phases)J, actually the time of Jacob's trouble is a single day and it is "EVEN" trouble for him, meaning it's affecting all the world, including God's prized possession. In other words, the Day of the LORD/Yehovah, or his concluding day of wrath on Yom Kippur is on focus here. The saints are indeed in focus in the end time escape before that day, which is not the Christian church nor the Jews but those few called, chosen and faithful out of all nations, peoples, and tongues (Rev 7:9). Also, it's not about saving oneself as those with that focus will never make it. It's about obedience to the Lord Yeshua who commanded us to prepare by praying for the strength to escape all these things (Lk 21:36). Few Christians will pay the great sacrifice required to walk into that escape, it will cost them everything.
  • J on How We Escape the Great Tribulation: Faith, not a Rapture (In 3 Phases)Hi Tim, Thanks for your commentary. I feel as though something is missing. The Bible calls this the time of "Jacob's trouble" or "distress" (Jeremiah 30:7). I think the focus should more be on the people of Israel, rather than this being all about the saints who have been grafted in to the "cultivated olive tree" (Romans 11:24). A correct understanding of purpose is important, lest we get ourselves to the right place (e.g. Jordan) at the right time, but miss the will of God. Will the Church take flight to the Middle East to selfishly find her own escape or will she do so to serve the children of Jacob and be blessed by the King for feeding, clothing, and looking after His brothers and sisters (Matthew 25:34-40) in their greatest time of need? What are your thoughts?
  • Logan Driver on Why You Will Probably Miss Elijah, the “Sinner” (Unless You Change This)Thank you for the response silke! I meant to ask Tim one more question that you might know as well. I was watching a video recently and they mentioned “cosmic waves” hitting the earth and a couple people seem to think it was the 6th seal being broken. How many seals do you think have been opened as of now? Just curious on your opinion! Thanks in advance! Logan
  • Blaze on Podcast: How to End Disconnection From GodI read this today. Thursday, June 11th 2020. Hopefully it was a seed that will bear fruit in my life.
  • Blaze on Why You Will Probably Miss Elijah, the “Sinner” (Unless You Change This)Sometimes women have "Braxton hicks" ("False Labor"). Perhaps Coronavirus could be the spiritual equivalent in this analogy. https://www.webmd.com/baby/guide/true-false-labor#1
  • Ryan McBride on Why You Will Probably Miss Elijah, the “Sinner” (Unless You Change This)Hi Tim, Quick question about the Prophet Elijah. Do you think he necessarily has to physically be living in Israel or that region of the world? In your book you talk about the Lost tribes of Israel and how they were scattered to different parts of the world and how God will regather them back to Israel in the end times. So, my question is, could Elijah potentially be a guy living in America? or Sweden or the UK or Africa or somewhere outside of Israel? Or should we expect to see a person physically living in Israel rise up as Elijah?
  • Silke on Why You Will Probably Miss Elijah, the “Sinner” (Unless You Change This)Dear Logan, I'm not Tim but I think I can answer your question. :-)) As I know Tim's studies and book very well I can assure you that nothing about his timeline regarding end-time events has changed. COVID-19 and all those demonstrations for racial equality as well as violent protests against police brutality in the US may be the beginning of birth pains (Matthew 24:8). However, at present NOTHING indicates that the end will arrive months or even years earlier than predicted by Tim. Moreover, I'm sure that Tim will let all of us know asap if anything changes! But if I were you, I wouldn't wait for this kind of message from Tim. The end won't come any earlier just because there might be three earthquakes next month, or hostilities between certain countries in the world the month after. 😉 God bless! Silke
  • Logan Driver on Why You Will Probably Miss Elijah, the “Sinner” (Unless You Change This)Tim, With all of the current events happening in the world do you still stick to your belief that the end is still a few years away? I’ve been reading different article about things going on that are end time prophecy and many seem to think it’s a lot closer. Would love to hear back! Thanks!
  • Jake Harmina on Why You Will Probably Miss Elijah, the “Sinner” (Unless You Change This)Hi Tim and all. I read your article a few weeks back and agreed with your premise that we need to get the plank out of our eye if we are to accept a prophet or the witnesses when they come. I subsequently watched the Netflix series "Messiah". We know that the second coming of our Messiah will not be in human form again. But if we look at the series as being about a coming Elijah perspective, then your premise is further supported. The "messiah" in the show is Muslim, half Jewish, sort of fulfilling what we understand the End Time prophecies to be but also not in the way we expect. The show did a good job showing why most will reject a "man of God" because they won't match up with their expectations. It also showed how many will want to believe and be deceived by the False Prophet and Beast. I think it will be a leap of faith either way. Stay safe, Jake
  • Tim McHyde on My Two Dreams Revealing What the Marked & the Saints Will Both Be Doing During the Tribulation (Scary)Reid, if your assumption about Corinthians is correct, what reason was there for the instruction of "let the others judge?" I think you really have never been in such an environment with still developing prophets as I have and I'm sorry to inform you there is a lot more between the lines that goes on that is not written there. As for "confusion," ha, ever read the prophets of the Bible? False hopes are commonly used by God to test our hearts. I just went through two months of that around a prophet. I believe you're speaking only from theory while I'm speaking from real experience here now. Things are not so ideal and perfect as you imagine in practice and this too has a very good reason and purpose God uses. Once a prophet is developed and trained, then I'd say yes your ideal becomes much more the reality.
  • Tim McHyde on When is the Great Tribulation Not Coming?Travis, I don't see 360 days being applied to prophetic times in the Bible except after Wormwood comes and the literal calendar is restored to the original Genesis calendar https://escapeallthesethings.com/1260-day-42-month-tribulation
  • Travis on When is the Great Tribulation Not Coming?Thank you for clarifying that. Now that i look, i see from your Bible Prophecy Glossary page that you believe the 70 weeks began with Artaxerxes' decree that is recorded in Ezra 7. I have another question. Why do you believe that this understanding is to be prefered to seeing the 70 weeks as beginning with Artaxerxes' later decree that is recorded in Nehemiah 2 and seeing each "week" as 7 "times" of 360 days each? Thank you again,
  • Reid Mackin on My Two Dreams Revealing What the Marked & the Saints Will Both Be Doing During the Tribulation (Scary)Tim, show me in Corinthians (or anywhere in the New Testament) where revelation shared with the church was potentially incorrect. For example, where does a Corinthian with the gift say, “I feel very strongly this message is from God, but I might not have heard God correctly, and thus my revelation might not be correct...but here it is any way.” This method does not in any way build up the brethren. In fact, it just brings confusion, false hopes, and an unnatural reliance on your dreams. (And if you heard God incorrectly and/or interpreted your dream incorrectly, how can you or your readers ever trust a future dream?) Let’s get back to what was happening in Corinth: Revelation from God always had purpose, and the receiver never had “an out,” especially since it was for the entire church. The person with the gift had an important message to share, and it came to pass - period. You have said, “I could be wrong, and I hope I’m wrong about this revelation.” When did a Corinthian ever tag this to his miraculous revelation? How is being wrong and hoping you are wrong going to strengthen the brethren? Things that strengthened the brethren were concrete truths from God - not mere possibilities. Tim, I feel very strongly that you are not exemplifying the ways of the early church as you claim. Revelation from God was not a “maybe” - it was always correct, and it came to pass regardless of the receiver’s convictions. In short, a Corinthian believer is not recorded sharing a “possible revelation from God.” I do not deny you your feelings and strong convictions; there is nothing wrong with saying you are quite convinced about the timing of the end. Even saying “I think God is really showing me something” is not inherently wrong or unbiblical. However, when you claim to be doing what the Corinthians we’re doing, you are in error, for they never hedged or qualified their revelation as you do. When God gave those believers revelation to share with the entire church, you could take it to the bank, and it came to pass. Despite your claim that you are “simply doing as the Corinthian’s did,” there is no such corollary.
  • Tim McHyde on When is the Great Tribulation Not Coming?Travis, Jesus was not "cut off" at the end of the 69th week. That's when he appeared as Messiah to start his ministry, in a sabbath year. He was "cut off" as Daniel said "after the 62/69 weeks" or in the gap period we have been in between 69 and 70 all this time.
  • Caroline Carmack on Why You Will Probably Miss Elijah, the “Sinner” (Unless You Change This)I get that. I’m wondering if his lineage aligns with the antichrist description in Daniel & Rev. since the queen and prince stepped down. I always thought the antichrist COULD have some possible connection to prince Charles. No way to “know” yet but it’s interesting! Thanks!
  • Travis on When is the Great Tribulation Not Coming?Dear Mr. McHyde, I have a question about what you've written. If each of Daniel's 70 weeks ends on a Sabbath year and if a Sabbath year ends in spring 2031, then Sabbath years would also have ended in the spring of 29 and 36. Do you believe the Messiah was "cut off" (i.e. killed) at the end of Daniel's 69th week? Is there any reason to believe that Jesus was crucified as early as 29 AD or as late as 36 AD? Such a date for the crucifixion would be contrary to what i have heard. Thank you for your help,
  • Tim McHyde on Why You Will Probably Miss Elijah, the “Sinner” (Unless You Change This)Caroline, I don't listen to claims. I need to see biblical criteria fulfilled.
  • Caroline Carmack on Why You Will Probably Miss Elijah, the “Sinner” (Unless You Change This)Hey, Tim! Just wanted to ask if you’ve heard about Joseph Gregory Hallett, the new king of England who claims he’s “the christ “ Do you have any thoughts? If not, no worries. I’ve overlooked most people on things like this, but this time seems different, what with his lineage and all. Hope you’re well!
  • Tim McHyde on Why You Will Probably Miss Elijah, the “Sinner” (Unless You Change This)Maddy, no change to timeline as it was never based on shifting current events but the 70 weeks structure of sabbath year cycles. Also no rapture until after the Great Tribulation (Mt 24:29-31). I may expand on all this in a new article.
  • Cathy on Why Most Christians Won’t Be Raptured (& How To Make Sure You Are)I think another way to say it is in that there were many people that believe that Christ existed, that he died on a cross and that he rose on the third day. It doesn't make them a christian. The believer that is most pleasing to God is the one that proves their love of God and love of others by seeking to be as Christ like as we can be. Works will not get you to heaven, but a true commitment to God by showing others that Christ is in us is the way to show God himself, and our fellow man that we believe in Christ by the way we act and the way we speak before we ever tell them of our faith in God.
  • Dwight Osborne on Is Petra the “Prepared Place” of Safety For Israel or You?There is no doubt Petra is the place where the Jews who escape Israel will be hidden. And it's not the 144,000, it's the third remnant that is nationally saved, about 5-6 million Jews. It has absolutely nothing to do with the church which isn't even on earth at this time, having been raptured before the necessary peace accord. Petra is the ONLY place that meets all the criteria Jesus gave and it's the place He comes from after He finishes rescuing Jerusalem. Apparently, some of you have never read Isaiah 63
  • Tim McHyde on Why You Will Probably Miss Elijah, the “Sinner” (Unless You Change This)IamLoved, that's OK. The point of this article was not for me to explain or defend those positions Elijah may have beyond what I said: sincere saints who tremble at God's word hold these positions. Why? Because the Bible is not so clearly saying what we each think it is in agreement with our position. So the best way for you to proceed if you broadly agree with my point of sacred cows stopping you from accepting Elijah is to go ahead and take the thought experiment as real. How could you make peace before YHVH with an Elijah who says abortion is not murder and is in fact acceptable to God when done from a motivation of love for all? Ditto for homosexuality and lesbianism. If you seek God on this confessing all emotions that come up for you (anger at me for bringing this up, anger at God if he were to make such a controversial statement with his prophet, betrayal that what you may have been taught was wrong, whatever, etc.) and ask him humbly, "What am I missing?" on the issue you will find the best answer for you by the Holy Spirit that works for you which me giving you my answer would fail to do. Your relationship with God will skyrocket if you push into him with these very upsetting, rock-the-boat, shake the foundation of my faith issues. You will rebuild on solid ground of love, not doctrines and traditions or even interpretations of the Bible. The whole Bible is summed up in love (Mt 7:12) not on prohibitions of abortion or homosexuality. We need to get on the right foundation, the rock, so we are not shaken when the storms come.
  • Maddy on Why You Will Probably Miss Elijah, the “Sinner” (Unless You Change This)Hi Tim! I've been a longtime follower of your site but haven't commented. I'll get right to the point, many Christians are feeling a sense of urgency amidst what is going on with the pandemic and now National protests that have gone global. They believe judgement is coming any moment, many on YouTube are having dreams and visions of this event saying Jesus told them he is returning soon. I used to agree with your "why Jesus can't come back" article but now I'm uneasy. The pandemic, and now civil unrest happening globally seems like a scene out of one of those left behind movies. Are you still sticking to your timeline and the rapture of the church not happening this year or even next year? I always believed our clock would start ticking when the AC came on the scene but as of now he hasn't. Of course pre-tribbers believe he'll come after but I dont hold to that. Would love to have you respond with your thoughts.
  • iamloved on Why You Will Probably Miss Elijah, the “Sinner” (Unless You Change This)Tim I thought I was done with this, but this comment has prompted me to post again! We are to assess what we see of anyone’s lives (including, and most importantly, our own life) and judge if we see the evidence of good, abundant lasting fruit (John 15) - the evidence of remaining in the vine, the Lord Jesus Himself. By this criteria WE CAN decide if someone is of God (including ourselves! ESPECIALLY ourselves!!). By their fruit you’ll know them Jesus said! If one is not in/of the love God you reference, they won’t be bearing this good fruit anyway, anyone of God should have evidence of this in their life. God is the FINAL and righteous judge, but we’re not short of guidelines in the Word. So when you dismiss matters - the two I mentioned earlier in the comments were abortion - which is murder - and homosexuality/lesbianism - as ‘sacred cows’ simply rooted in Christian traditions/doctrines I’m baffled. These are not made up by followers of Christ - they’re clearly taught to be erroneous, sinful practices in the Word!! I notice you made no mention of the scripture verses I cited in my earlier comments to show you some of what my stand is based on. Perhaps you could explain how those verses present murder and homosexuality/lesbianism as ‘sacred cows’, rather than truths taught by the Bible that Master Jesus - and anyone sent by Him - would stand by please? I’m truly curious to make sense of what I think are inappropriate examples, to make a point that I actually broadly agree with.
  • David Abel on Why I’m Convinced The End Begins in 2026—And What You Can Do About ItHi Tim I would love to talk to you more on this as I too had a vision of 2026. And I thought I was the only one until I came across you. I also saw 666 as a clock and I do believe this clock has started ticking. I would like to discuss more of how and what is too come .
  • Tiffany Emery on Why You Will Probably Miss Elijah, the “Sinner” (Unless You Change This)I very much appreciate the warning of this article, thank you Tim. I also think that the big reason MOST will miss Elijah are not those listed above, but instead will be due to a very harsh rebuke of the current form of Christianity (as opposed to Christ followers). Most of your readers are already aware of this great delusion, but most western Christians are not aware of the true message of Christ and believe being baptized and saying you believe in Jesus will save them, despite the fact that there is no fruit of the work of following Christ in their life. Their entire worldview will be called into hypocrisy in the same way that Jesus and John the Baptist both (quite harshly) called out Pharisees emphatically as broods of vipers and hypocrites. It won't be gentle, it will feel very personal for many who think they are doing the right things. Attacking the modern form of church attendance, pastoral guidance, worship, tithing, megachurches, revered and elevated pastors, etc... are just some of the possibilities for what could immediately brand Elijah as a "wacko" and cut to the core for many practicing Christianity who have yet to truly follow Christ. Just as in Christ's time, there will be some who have ears to hear. There will also be many who just cannot humble themselves to see what they need to see and return to God.
  • Tim McHyde on 60 Reasons America is Mystery Babylon (Not Iraq)John, you just listed characteristics of the Beast which is distinct from Babylon the Great that has three key characteristics from Jeremiah, Daniel and Revelation: the greatest military and economic nation trading with the world including a deep seawater port for its main city (NYC), having an identifiable mother nation (UK; few have one) and having the eagle symbol while the country it is most bound to (UK) has a lion symbol. No other nation fits.
  • John on 60 Reasons America is Mystery Babylon (Not Iraq)Revelation 17 and 18 give the description and destruction of a city. New York City does not fit this description. Some Scholars believe it is the city of Rome and some do not. At this time, we do not know what city it is. However, the city must neet the following requirements as described in Revelation. According to the Bible Mystery Babylon is the following: 1. A city. 2. Situated upon seven hills. 3. Located off a sea or an ocean. 4. Does world wide commerce. 5. Associated with a religion. 6. Persecutes followers of Jesus Christ with beheading as a standard. 7. Has had 5 previous historical empires. America is not Mystery Babylon.
  • Evelyn on Why Jesus Can’t Come Back in 2020—But the 2020s Will Begin The EndHello Tim I have seen this article because lately my fear about the end time is really bad and I keep seeing people say this year is the end because all of the things that have been happening this year and I also seen this End of the Age: 2020? - TedMontgomery.com It will most likely be the first one you click and can you tell me if it’s true or not? And your opinions on this?
  • iamloved on Why You Will Probably Miss Elijah, the “Sinner” (Unless You Change This)Unexpected and surprising perspective Tim. Particularly with reference to the verses I’ve mentioned. I think I’ll have to leave it at that on my part. This isn’t the ideal forum to thrash it out properly. Thanks for your responses.
  • Tim McHyde on Why You Will Probably Miss Elijah, the “Sinner” (Unless You Change This)IAmLoved, no I do not agree that "indisputably contrary to God's truth" is a label we can pronounce with 100% confidence about anything you listed or anything we think we understand from the Bible, except the greatest commandments there. Jesus broke Sabbath to teach this very thing which makes it a great example! I chose my further examples carefully because sincere Bible-believers (Jew or Christian) are known to hold each position with complete love for God and trembling at his Word. That's what makes them sacred cows doctrinal areas to test us like Jesus tested everyone by how he blasted their sacred cows left and right.

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