One-third of the Bible concerns prophecy, and yet our religious leaders often do not understand these prophecies and do not teach them. Most scriptural prophecies reside in the Old Testament and in Revelation in the New Testament, and most direct our attention to the final years of human government on this earth. These final years are here at last. In Woe! Woe! Woe! And then Armageddon: A Prophecy of the End Time, minister and author John A. Pinkston guides us deep into understanding of biblical prophecy and how it links to history and to the present, where catastrophic-and foretold-events are driving inexorably toward the return of Jesus Christ and the battle of Armageddon.
Few questions draw more contentious debate than whether God exists and whether the Bible is more than simply a collection of quaint fables. This booklet, Proving the Existence of God and His Bible, definitively answers both questions. If you have ever asked yourself these questions or if you have been asked these questions, this is a life-changing, clarifying "must read."
Our Lost National Identity: Tracing the Lineage of Israel's Lost Ten Tribes, cites the actions of the tribes that separated them from God and how alliances, enemies and wars inevitably spread the chosen people out of the Middle East.
Many times at funerals we often hear someone make the statement, "They're in a better place." Obviuously they're referring to the deceased being in heaven. But is this true? Where have all of the dead people gone? We're taught that if you live a good life you will go to Heaven when you die, or, if you live a bad life, you go to Hell when you die. Is this concept about the dead true?
Dedicated to the concept of providing meaningful information behind today's news and world events in the light of Biblical Prophecy as a means of WARNING our people and the world of future events during the 21st Century.
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