Per Bible prophecies: The world is not going to get “better” over these next few years. “Getting a better world” is a nice wish, but …that is not coming to reality on earth until AFTER the Rapture and after the subsequent world turmoil with the Antichrist, and after “the end” with Armageddon.
All our life we deal with the complexities of “owning” two homes: “the home of the body” and our “home with the Lord”. What predominates your living from day to day? Jesus promised as He was leaving earth, going away in the clouds – that He would prepare a place for us in His Home – called Heaven (John 14). Read: Jesus will return soon, just as He left
Reading the tiny book of Jude we see how desperately lost people are without Christ. It is no small matter, rejecting the soul-cleansing power of salvation in Christ. You think you are just fine, hunky-dory? Have you considered how God sees you?
The physician, Luke, records Jesus’ Parable of the Fig Tree, where Jesus says, “Look at the fig tree and all the trees; 30 as soon as they put out leaves, you see it and know for yourselves that summer is near. 31 So you too, when you see these things [referring to verses 25-28] happening, know [without […]
Jesus came to die for us (John 3:16-21). But He was also a prophet. Jesus predicted the destruction of Jerusalem (which did happen in 70 AD). He also speaks of the end times of the earth.
Years ago when I first became a believer in Jesus, I remember my mama, a Residential School survivor, screaming at me, calling me a traitor, and asking me why I chose a religion that hurt my people. The fact is, I didn’t choose a religion . . . I chose a way of life that healed my spirit. The religion I can do without, but I can’t do without Jesus.
List of References to the Rapture and other End Times events.
Jesus presents believers with a great hope for the predicted End Times. We will escape the pouring-out of God’s wrath, Jesus said. He will rescue us so that we escape that wrath (1 Thessalonians 1:9-10; Luke 21:36; Revelation 3:10-11). We will be Snatched by God. Hallelujah! As “the end” becomes more and more clear to […]
The Rapture promises to be a very, very, extremely extra-special huge event. Do you want to be in on that amazing ride of a lifetime?
Jesus Himself tells us how this is going down.
Living in these end times we must “stand tall and lift up your heads [in joy], because…” we will escape God’s promised wrath. Fear not. Trust Him.
I am so saddened by the willy-nilly application of Bible truths nowadays. People make it say whatever they want to – so it will thereby backup their own wishful thinking. The Bible is the standard for Christian thought, seeing as how we believe God inspired Godly men to write as He guided them.
A series of articles about the Bible.
Scripture uses farmers terms. It calls true believers “wheat”, and fake believers “tares”. A tare is a plant that grows up with wheat, but is not true wheat.
Tares are like the piglet that suckles with the kitten’s mother cat. The piglet thinks he’s a kitten because he likes the milk. But he’s only a pig, not a cat. The same is true of folk who like the idea of being blessed by Christ, but never yield to Him.
“Investigative reporting on globalism, Christianity, Islam, Judaism and where politics, culture and religion intersect” – LeoHohmann and other End Time news
Biblical passages that show we are living in what Jesus called “the end”.
Folks! You can NOT fake it with God. He knows your heart. Faking = Still lost. You can talk like/smell like/pray like/look like/act like/dress like/preach like/give money like/claim church membership like/go to church like… but if your heart is not genuinely His, “with all your heart…”, then you are not saved. You are a God damned “believer”. ‘You must be born again.’
What’s up with you? Will you be “accounted worthy to escape all these things that shall come to pass?” Still taking a chance on missing that grand Rapture ride? Why on earth do that!? It will be the most exciting adventure in all of mankind’s history!
See the 16-part Online Discipleship Series, Follow Messiah, for English Speakers… from OneForIsrael.org
Are you ready to go with Jesus in the Rapture? See this very well-stated Salvation video, and get ready for the Rapture of His followers!
Is your “god” too small? Does “he” leave you fearful about your eternity? What kind of god have you chosen? Were you ever truly born again – back when you supposedly “accepted Christ”?
Did you know that God is at work? He is working non-stop inside you and me and all us puny mud men humans that He keeps creating.
So you want to go to Heaven. The Bible tells us so much about God’s Home Heaven. God created us inside a physical world. Here we are limited by time and space. But Heaven is in the spirit world dimension where Father God dwells.
Be it – bearing the effects of our sin, or experiencing personal tragedy, or being racked by the numbing sorrow of death in the family – we can overcome.
“8 Billion people can’t be wrong!” “On the contrary, billions of people CAN be wrong!” Reminded me of just how many people will be affected when Jesus suddenly surprises them, actually coming back just as He said He would. Are you ready for that day, or will it surprise you all to Hell?
In times of trouble, of worry and doubt — “Who you going to call?” I call on the name of the Lord Jehovah
Are you still so dull? What kind of fool are you – that you will not listen to the voice of God?
Psalm 51 is a Psalm by King David of Israel, written in confession and repentance after Nathan the prophet came to him, after he had seduced Bathsheba. He asked God, Wash me. Cleanse me.
A “soul” is invisible, of course, so nobody can actually “see” one. But the Bible tells me we all have one. My soul is inside my insides, deep within my being. That is where I run my life, sort of my command center. And I “see” my soul sparkly clean when I confess my sins and Jesus washes me thoroughly.
We will be transformed in Heaven – here are a few of those qualities that we can definitely be working on inside ourselves — in the meantime as we await His Return. In the now and now, I want to be more and more — like what Jesus wants to see in me.
IF you are “in Christ”, everything is new for you. Your name can go on every line in this list below! Test yourself. Maybe there is more to your Christian life than what you are experiencing.