Articles related to Timeline:
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...
(Read more testimonials...)
DanielsTimeline.com teaches that Jesus the Messiah will return 2017 according to an interesting twist on Daniel's prophecy and other verses. Are its assumptions sound? »»
Although the average Christian wouldn't know an "abomination of desolation" even if it came up and bit them in the rear, Jesus gave important end time survival instructions for "when you see the abomination." This cryptic phrase describes the key event that immediately precedes the Great Tribulation and is the last chance to flee to safety from the Antichrist. Nevertheless, people continue to disagree on what the abomination of desolation is or even whether it is past or future! Find out why it's not the Dome of the Rock or any past event, and what exactly Revelation says it will be. »»
In the intriguing Ezekiel 38 & 39 Gog/Magog war prophecies, God has hidden his meaning similar to how Jesus hid his with his parables (Mk 4:10-11). Since these two neighboring chapters are so similar, the consensus is that they are the same prophecy predicting a single attack on Israel by the same "Gog." Under that mistaken assumption most try to identify Gog/Magog, often using current events as their guide, with ever evolving results. This also leads to wrong conclusions on the time frame of the prophecies. The solution to this impasse is to forget the identity question and see that Ezekiel 38 and 39 are not one, but two separate future wars. Then when you link them up to parallel prophecies in Revelation, the timing of these two wars becomes crystal clear. »»
Which Christ confirms the covenant in Daniel 9:27 for seven years, Jesus or Antichrist? And who is this covenant made with that is only described as "the many?" Is it the Jews or someone else? »»
Has God given man 6000 years to rule himself before Jesus returns to take over? Many Christians think the Bible teaches this and they use leverage it to predict the year of Jesus' Second Coming. But is it possible? How do you count the years? What do they start from? (Hint: not Adam/Creation) Also, what does Adam's age for Seth's birth tell us about the latest that Jesus can return? »»
Isaiah prophesied the destruction and abandonment of Damascus, Syria over 2700 years ago. Yet the city continues today, despite so many Middle East wars and predictions that "this year" it will finally come to pass. So what is missing that is holding this prophecy back? Israel's strike on Iran? Or perhaps the overlooked prophecy in the Psalms about a future Arab war alliance targeted at wiping out Israel. Find out why the Arabs are sure to one day acquire weapons of mass destruction that leads them to finally attack Israel...and how their defeat opens up for the "beginning of sorrows" and Great Tribulation to finally happen. »»
Were Ariel Sharon and His Actions In Bible Prophecy? »»
Are there "signs of the end times" that we are supposed to watch for? Have some already happened or are signs happening now? What if we miss these signs? How do we know if all the "end time signs" hype is correct, that the end times have begun and if Jesus' coming is really near? Find out how to discern these signs and to better recognize the few true signs that the Bible does talk about us witnessing in the end times. »»
Despite all the discussion and debate about the rapture among Christians, several important aspects of the rapture issue are still not widely understood. Besides the important timing question, there is also the question of the purpose of the rapture (it's not what you think) and the fact that not only the wicked will be "left behind" but some of the righteous will not make it either! Learning these finer points of the rapture will deepen your understanding of God's plan. »»
With the completion and activation of Iran's first nuclear reactor (at Bushehr), an often-overlooked Old Testament prophecy comes again into focus. Importantly, this prophecy, and not the rapture, is the next one to be fulfilled. With the proliferation of nuclear weapons approaching in the Middle East, it could very well come in our lifetime. Find out what it is and why it still has not happened despite the constant expectations for it every year. »»
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 seven 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, 2012, or 2013 as so many expected—and still won’t come in 2014? 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
Gain Biblical DiscernmentUnderstanding of Bible prophecy blesses you (Rev 1:3) and helps you to discern the news, views and predictions you wonder about (Dan 12:10). In my newsletter, I share rare insights from my ongoing Bible study. As a reader, you will quickly and easily gain discernment and find answers to questions you had given up on or forgotten about.
My promise: No spam, no fluff, unsubscribe easily at anytime, and I'll never share your email.
Sign up for free now by entering your name and email address and clicking the button.