Israel / Middle East, Prophetic Portents

Spoils Ripe For The Taking 2019

The War of Gog and Magog (Ezekiel Chapters 38 and 39) Ezekiel 38:8 – “After many days you shall be visited: in the latter years you shall come into the land that is brought back from the sword . . .” The question has been asked: “Are the prophecies in Ezekiel being fulfilled right now?”… Continue reading Spoils Ripe For The Taking 2019

Insights

Thaksgiving 2019

Hebrews 13:15 – “Through him then let us continually offer up a sacrifice of praise to Yahweh . . .” Today, November 28th, is Thanksgiving Day 2019. Thanksgiving was founded as a religious observance for all the members of the community to give thanks to God for a common purpose. Common to these purposes were… Continue reading Thaksgiving 2019

Insights, Mistaken Perceptions

Imminent Return-Part Three

In Part One we examined the assertion that “There is no prophecy or event that must occur before Yeshua can return for his bride,” and found it to be a false narrative because the dead must be raised first. In Part Two we examined the rest of the assertion “Yeshua can come at any time,… Continue reading Imminent Return-Part Three

Insights, Mistaken Perceptions

Imminent Return-Part Two

In Part One we examined the assertion that “There is no prophecy or event that must occur before Yeshua can return for his bride,” and found it to be a false narrative. We will now look at the rest of the assertion that “Yeshua can come at any time, he could even come before you… Continue reading Imminent Return-Part Two

Insights, Mistaken Perceptions

Imminent Return-Part One

Near At Hand The Greek words eggus [G1451 ἐγγύς], eggizo [G1448 ἐγγίζω], or tachu [G5035 ταχύ] mean at hand, near, or without delay – in other words: imminent. They are equivalent to the Hebrew word qarowb [H7138 קָרוֹב]. Imminent means impending; hence it could happen immediately, within ten minutes, ten months, or ten years. Imminence… Continue reading Imminent Return-Part One

Occult Invasions

Putrid Pumpkins

Halloween, or Samhain, is celebrated every year on October 31st by millions of children and their parents. The celebrants put on costumes and go “trick or treating”. Some see this as a fun time for all, others see this as a night of demonically inspired mayhem. Inappropriate Responses Such activities may seem innocent, but they… Continue reading Putrid Pumpkins