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As we approach the final days as described in Daniel and Revelation, it is important that pastors speak up and sound the warnings of what to expect and look for!
Have many churches embraced a consumer-driven, church-growth model of “outreach”? Could they have a different purpose other than preaching Christ crucified?
The Laodicean Church of Revelation is much like the modern-day church in its compromises with worldliness. Listen to this great sermon on Revelation 3:14-22!
Trying to understand the book of Revelation can be hard. This article explains the significance of the ten horns of the beast from the sea (Revelation 13 & 17).
Isaiah 50 is about waiting for the pure light of God’s Word. We should never attempt to kindle our own fire nor settle for the tiki-torches of man-made light.
Trying to understand the book of Revelation? This article explains the significance of John’s vision of the beast coming up out of the sea (Revelation 13).
The book of Revelation is hard to understand for several reasons: its symbolic nature, chronology, connection to O.T., collage, and timing.
The book of Daniel is not in chronological order. Here is a timeline of known dates and events to assist you in studying the book.
Parallel themes in Daniel show the main message: God is sovereign over all & works all things together for the good of His people & establishment of His Kingdom.