With the tremendous turmoil currently taking place in the world, we should consider an Old Testament prophecy some Bible scholars think is yet to be fulfilled. Ezekiel 38 & 39 speaks of a war against Israel in the last days.
The Beast from the Earth is a prominent player in the final world system. There are several facets to it including a leader (The False Prophet), mark, & image.
The book of Revelation uses the term Babylon 6 times in 4 different contexts. Each use is pertinent in understanding the course of end-time events.
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!
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).
The Beast from the Sea in Revelation 13 has seven heads which represent seven different kingdoms. What kingdoms? And why does this beast come out of the sea?
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.
The Bible describes many end time events that occur before the Second Coming of Christ. In this article, we discuss two: 1) the Final Apostasy of the church, and 2) a worldwide rebellion of fallen mankind.
Are there prophecies in Daniel yet to be fulfilled? Yes, and we can see this as we study those associated with the fourth kingdom: Rome.
Have you noticed the stumbling block of the gospel has taken a back seat to other things in many churches? The visible church’s overarching goal has become “to connect.”
Ever consider what Scripture says about the Antichrist? Outlined here, certain end-time events clue Christians into the kind of person it will be.
The Great Harlot Woman of Revelation 17 symbolizes false faith. See what Scripture says about the whore of Babylon’s importance in the course of end-time events.