Although Stephen Hawking was an atheist, his final warning about the future deserves attention. He considered near earth objects (NEOS) a top threat of extinction to humanity. NEOs continually do threaten earth and pass harmlessly—so far. Although scientists are concerned, Christians probably fear missing the rapture and facing the Antichrist a lot more than such an Armageddon/Deep Impact scenario.If they only realized that there is an explicit prophecy of an asteroid impact on earth before the rapture and Great Tribulation even happens. Learn this prophecy and how the Bible indicates it happens…and where the righteous will be protected from it.
Psalm 91 is the second most popular psalm thanks to its powerful description of God’s supernatural protection which most read as promises for everyday Christian life. Yet Psalm 91 never says it is a promise for a universal audience and what it does say is very specific and parallel to end times prophecy. It describes God protecting only the faithful from extreme conditions in one “secret place.” Find out the place’s location from how Psalm 91 lines up with the “beginning of birth pains” end time prophecy of Jesus, Revelation and Joel.
Is God’s name Yahweh, the LORD, or just “God?” Most Christians have no clue and aren’t that interested. It’s just not important in Christianity, but it is in God’s Word and end time events. Get ready, as this ignorance of God’s name will end, and by spectacular means. Joel 2:32 says that those whom God protects from end time events will know and call upon God’s personal name. How will believers be able to do that when Christianity does not teach the name of God? Through the return of something that will excite us all… Find out God’s name, who will teach it and how Jewish and Christian tradition has kept you from knowing it already.
David Meade’s Planet X 2017 Arrival book claims overwhelming proof of well, you know, the end of the world in October 2017. Does it present anything new after so many failed doomsday dates? Yes, but dreams and visions from people you don’t know or recognize may not be a “good new.” Find out why this book’s predictions will fail like all the rest before it (and why it’s getting attention despite this).