No One will Know When Jesus will Return?

According to Peter, all of the prophets sought to understand the TIME of both Christ's first and second coming (1 Pet. 1:10-11). Seeking to discover the time is simply obeying Jesus' command in Matthew 24:44 to "become ready" so that you can "watch" appropriately, unlike the man in Jesus' parable who did not know, thus did not watch, and consequently bad things happened to him.

We Can Know when Jesus Returns!

Most Christians probably agree that Jesus will return “soon”. This becomes obvious if we examine the “signs of the times”. Jesus said that we should look at the fig tree, and all the trees. When they are already budding, you see and know for yourselves that summer is now near. So you also, when you … Continue reading We Can Know when Jesus Returns!

Jesus as the Son Of Man

Jesus is referred to as the “Son of Man” 88 times in the New Testament. In fact, Son of Man is the primary title Jesus used when referring to Himself (e.g., Matthew 12:32; 13:37; Luke 12:8; John 1:51). The only use of Son of Man in a clear reference to Jesus, spoken by someone other than Jesus, came from the lips of Stephen … Continue reading Jesus as the Son Of Man

Antiochus IV Epiphanes A Prototype of the Antichrist?

Most Christians have not heard of this evil King who killed thousands of Jews in 2nd Century BC. Daniel prophesied about this King. It is significant as it gives an example of how The Antichrist will operate in the end of days. In 175 B.C. Antiochus IV Epiphanes, the son of King Antiochus III seized … Continue reading Antiochus IV Epiphanes A Prototype of the Antichrist?

The First Jewish Holocaust

The following list of events that took place over about 500 years was extracted from Joel Richardson’s book "When a Jew Rules the World" starting on page 135. This book is highly recommend as it contains so much history on how the Jews have been treated over the centuries. It shines a light on why … Continue reading The First Jewish Holocaust

The Day of the Lord

From Moses to Jesus, the Scriptures teach that in the last days, there will be a period of great pain and suffering for the whole world. The Lord’s purposes for this time will be to chastise His people, to judge the nations, to purge the world of wickedness, and ultimately to save Israel, and usher in the time of redemption. Despite the great pains of these days, the Lord will have the last word. Israel’s national repentance and salvation, and the ultimate restoration of all things will follow immediately at the heals of this ‘day.’

Strange Response from UK Vaccines Minister Nadhim Zahawi to Dr Westwood

Dr Helen Westwood, a GP wrote to her MP Sir Graham Brady in March 2021 with some concerns about the vaccines and the potential for coercion. She has now received a reply from Vaccines Minister Nadhim Zahawi that is far from reassuring. Here’s what Dr Westwood wrote. Dear Sir Graham, Firstly I wish to thank … Continue reading Strange Response from UK Vaccines Minister Nadhim Zahawi to Dr Westwood

How did Sickness Enter this World?

Our answer is found in Romans 5:12 Therefore, just as through one man sin entered the world, and death through sin, and thus death spread to all men, because all sinned”. So every sickness, disease and deformity which Christ cured while on earth was the result of sin which is Satan’s work.

Dr Yeadon De-Population and All the main issues with COVID-19 Vaccine Debate

Dr. Michael Yeadon, a former Vice President and Chief Science Officer for Pfizer, spoke with great urgency to America’s Frontline Doctors (AFLDS) and with James Delingpole warning that the drive to inject the largest possible portion of the population with experimental COVID-19 vaccines is “madness,” involves “evil,” includes “crimes against humanity” and may have the intention of “massive-scale depopulation.” … Continue reading Dr Yeadon De-Population and All the main issues with COVID-19 Vaccine Debate

Baptism and the Great Commission

Baptism in Jesus' Name Many suppose that being baptized in Jesus' name means that the baptizer must pronounce the name of Jesus over the one being baptized. But that is not the usual meaning of the phrase "in the name of" in Scripture. To do something "in the name of" another usually means in the … Continue reading Baptism and the Great Commission