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Don't Be Confused By Bible Prophecy Another Minute!Breakthrough teaching video! What are the two overlooked keys in the hard sayings of Jesus? Leave traditional "anything goes" allegorical interpretations behind that disregard Jesus' only statement on how to interpret Scripture correctly. Learn these keys of Jesus in this free video...
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The Book of Revelation is rife with confusing passages. Yet it is crystal clear on the need to avoid the Mark of the Beast at all costs. But how do you make sure you do? What if they force it on you or trick you into taking it? Don't we need to identify it now to best avoid it? Is it a figurative mark and somehow already here today? Also, why would anyone take it given the clear warnings described against it? Find out everything you need to know about the Mark of the Beast—plus a startling new insight on the months of torture awaiting those who take action too late. »»
The Two Witnesses are impressive end time prophets able to stop the rain, send plagues and survive the Beast and False Prophet who they prophesy against. Understandably, they are the subject of much speculation and even envy today among Christians. Christians alternately believe that they are Enoch and Elijah (who allegedly never died), Moses and Elijah (from the Transfiguration), or even Christians among us today who claim to be them. But are they here and do we need to figure out who they are or worry about what happens if we don't? Find out why they are not here today and no one in their right mind should want to claim to be the Two Witnesses. »»
The Bible describes a future one world government leader ruling for the last 42 months of these End Times. He should be alive today if this is the last generation. Does Revelation 13’s clues including 666 identify him as Prince Charles of Wales? »»
The popular figurative interpretation that the 24 elders represent the raptured Church could be wrong. Consider this literal interpretation explaining how they really can be 24 elders in Heaven. »»
Is America, the most dominant and influential nation of the end times, really not found in Bible prophecy as most Christians believe? If that doesn't sound right to you, then you are not alone. Revelation and Jeremiah talk about a dominant end time power named “Mystery Babylon the Great” which stands in the way of evil but at the same time is so wicked itself that God judges her before the rest of the world. Sadly, there is no better plain literal fulfillment of Babylon than America today. Except...how can God judge a nation who does so much good and not judge so many arguably worse nations like China or Iran? How can Babylon be a nation when it says it's a “city?” Where is the blood of slain prophets “found in her?” These common objections and more are answered...plus why you do not need to fear being trapped in America when she is burned. »»
Jesus said, "This Gospel of the Kingdom Shall Be Preached in every nation As A Witness." But, by whom and when? »»
Could two billion Christians be wrong about the true penalty for taking the mark of the Beast? Find out the scriptural perspective. »»
What are the Times of the Gentiles and when do they end? »»
In the future, an "image" of the Antichrist will be made for all the earth to worship (on penalty of beheading). This may sound improbable until you understand what this image is and how it becomes animated so that it can talk and turn people in who refuse to worship it. »»
Will Jesus return in 2015...or will the Tribulation start this Fall? Can NASA's eclipse tables help us find out? Pastor Mark Biltz has speculated that solar and blood moon eclipses in 2015 could fulfill end time milestones of Bible prophecy. Discover the prophecy breakthrough that invalidates his theory from someone who had the same idea five years earlier. Plus find out how Revelation says our year will drop to only 360 days after the prophesied eclipses happen. »»
The "Thief on the Cross" was promised by Jesus to be in "paradise" that same day they both died on the cross. While it may be proof that baptism is not required for salvation, it has a greater significance only realized when you understand the 5th Seal of Revelation 6 literally. Find out what really happens when the righteous die. »»
Most people who watch the new 2012 movie naturally consider it to be only science fiction. They rightly disregard the 2012 doomsday date as unreliable as all previous doomsday dates. What the majority miss is that unfulfilled Bible prophecy predicts most of the same events portrayed in the movie. Although 2012 is clearly not the year, these disasters will come in some year before the Great Tribulation (and therefore before even a “pretrib” Rapture). Find out the true parts of the 2012 movie which are coming to a reality near you and what the Bible says our response to it should be. »»
Is the U.S. economy going into another Great Depression, or something worse like a total collapse? Is it under judgment by God? Some say that the collapse of the dollar is inevitable due to the enormous national debt. But what does Bible prophecy say? A surprising and helpful amount. Find out how America actually will fall and what her financial status among the nations will be at that time. »»
We study Bible prophecy expecting to understand what's going to happen with hopefully some idea of when. Yet along the way, there are several discoveries you won't expect or maybe prefer not to learn. For example, God's special place to protect us from the Great Tribulation is not in heaven and getting there takes more than professing Jesus; it takes listening and obedience. Worse for some is the constant failure of date setters but with timing clues we do have raising the prospect of having to wait way longer for the Second Coming than anyone dreamed. Perhaps most surprising is why it's OK if you don't study (or understand) Bible prophecy at all? »»
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An Ipsos poll found that 25% of adults believed it was at least "somewhat likely" that "Jesus Christ will return to Earth" in the coming year. Among white evangelical Christian adults surveyed, a whopping 46% believed this. Now six years after that poll in 2006 Jesus still has not returned. Why not? Want to know why Jesus did not come in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, or 2012 as so many expected—and still won’t come in 2013? The reason has to do with several overlooked prerequisites to the rapture, until which the “end is not yet” according to Jesus. Read Featured Article
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