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For the overwhelming part of Christendom the judgment of the sheep and goats in Matthew 25 represents the great and final judgment at the end of time. They believe the sheep go to heaven, the goats go to hell, the world is destroyed and that ends it all. Many connect it with the Great White Throne Judgment in Revelation 20:11. And some even believe they will not know if they are saved or lost until then.

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The rebirth of Israel in 1948 was a significant prophetic event. According to scripture the generation that witnesses this event will see the end times. The question becomes what is a generation?

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The 2012 hysteria has produced a doom boom that has been fueled by a series of television programs and the recent Hollywood blockbuster film. But will 2012 really be the end of the World?

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One of the most compelling, yet often misunderstood, arguments for pretribulationism relates to the Holy Spirit's role to the church and the tribulation period. Most holding to the pre-Trib position believe that 2 Thessalonians 2:6-7 refers to the restraining ministry of the Holy Spirit through the agency of the Church.

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Every time a war breaks out in the Middle East, many people ask if this could be the War of Armageddon. This question is prompted by the fact that most people are familiar with only one end time war - the one that has been popularized in movies and novels as the "Battle of Armageddon." There are however many more other end time wars spoken of in the Bible.

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One of the most remarkable and important prophecies in the Bible is found in Daniel 9:24-27. It is the cornerstone of Messianic prophecy because it establishes the timing of both the First and Second Advents of the Messiah.

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God's purpose for the Tribulation revolves around His plan for Israel and does not include a earthly presence for the church. Why? Because God's plan for Israel is unfinished at this point in history. When the role of the church is completed she will be taken as a completed body to heaven in an instant - at the Rapture. This will clear the way for a restoration and resumption of progress toward the completion of our Sovereign Lord's plans for His elect nation-Israel.

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In a key passage concerning "the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ and our gathering together to Him," Paul relates that the Day of Christ cannot come unless the man of sin is revealed (2Th. 2:1-4) and that the man of sin was being actively restrained at the time Paul wrote. The question now arise: who is the Restrainer?

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This message may be called a road sign of warning that we are nearing the time of great calamity as prophecies by the Bible.  But if you prepare you may avoid this terrible time.

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En terwyl die bruidegom talm om te kom, het hulle almal vaak geword en aan die slaap geraak. Mat 25:5

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While the bridegroom tarried, they all slumbered and slept. Matthew 25:5

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The harlot that denies the blessed hope of the Messiah's coming tried to set up Dominion Theology on the earth believing that she will receive the promises of Israel. Her kingdom dream fails when the forces of Antichrist turn against her. If only the woman was not obsessed with social actions, worldly affairs and earthly pleasures.  Read more...
Petra, meaning “Rock” in Greek, is a deserted city south of the Dead Sea in Jordan. In antiquity it was known as Seir, metropolis of the Edomites. The only entrance to the city is through a narrow gorge almost two kilometres in length, which can easily be guarded and even blocked if necessary, thus rendering Petra a very safe refuge. Israel’s expected flight to Petra during the second half of the tribulation period should be understood in the light of the fact that, in the end-time, great distress because of worldwide persecution will befall Israel and enfold them like a dark cloud  Read more...
All the big religions in the world are characterised by strong messianic expectations. They look forward to a messiah who will eradicate unrighteousness on earth, kill the evil people, stop suffering, heal divisions by a new unity and brotherhood, and introduce a time of unequalled peace and prosperity on earth. Religious convictions everywhere are driven by these expectations, thereby challenging people to ensure a place in the future utopia by leading a life of dedication to religious principles.  Read more...
In the mystical faiths of the East – particularly Hinduism, Buddhism and Shintoism – there is a strong messianic expectation in spite of their polytheistic nature and the absence of a supreme being. Through the centuries, different masters of wisdom have emerged in these faiths, having reached a high level of deification through continued reincarnation and intense spiritual illumination. They enjoyed a big following and were worshiped as gods after their death. The big eastern religions expect the reappearance of one of these masters of wisdom to save humanity from its afflictions and lead all people to higher levels of spiritual illumination.  Read more...
Are we fulfilling the great commission as set out by Yahushua or are we trying to keep alive a dead building used twice a week? (Part 2)  Read more...
Are we fulfilling the great commission as set out by Yahushua or are we trying to keep alive a dead building used twice a week?  Read more...
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