Thursday, February 20, 2020

Prophecy Articles

The Tower of Babel

“Come, let us build ourselves a city, with a tower that reaches to the heavens, so that we may make a name for ourselves and not be scattered over the face of the whole earth.”

Judgment Day – Part Two

Earth and sky fled from his presence, and there was no place for them.” When the Day of Judgment comes the earth will be no more. The earth is only a temporary place.

Judgment Day – Part One

One of the "comings" of the Lord is on Judgment Day.

Gog and Magog – Part 3

When reading Revelation 20:7-10 we can see that the Gog and Magog event occurs about 1000 years after the Great Tribulation, and when reading this text we can see clues to this fact also. Much of the text regarding Gog in Ezekiel is written without the use of much figurative language.

Gog and Magog – Part 2

When reading Revelation 20:7-10 we can see that the Gog and Magog event occurs about 1000 years after the Great Tribulation, and when reading this text we can see clues to this fact also. Much of the text regarding Gog in Ezekiel is written without the use of much figurative language.

Gog and Magog – Part 1

The events of the Gog and Magog prophecy will occur approximately 1000 years after the events of the end-times, that is, the Day of the Lord. This is clear when you read the twentieth chapter of Revelation.

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The Presence of God

The chief resource of our perfection is the personal presence of God, of which God said long ago to Abraham, "Walk in my presence, and you will be perfect."

Beginning the Journey – Part 4 – Experiencing God in Prayer

Believe His Spirit is within you, for even the least educated person can understand that, and can understand that their focus...

Scriptural Meditation – Part 3 – Experiencing God in Prayer

Read a little Scripture and then meditation on what you read until you glean from it every tasty bit.

A Thirsty Heart – Part 2 – Experiencing God in Prayer

You must learn to pray from your heart and not your head. The mind is so limited in its operation that it can only focus on one object at a time.

Faults and Temptations

You understand that many faults are voluntary in different degrees, even though they are not committed with a deliberate intention of failing God.