The Kingdom of God is a paradox. Jesus’ disciples are asked to embrace the paradox of seeking to convert the whole world even while they remain vigilant waiting for His soon return. Given the irony of the insistence that ‘what the disciples do, they must do quickly’ (in terms of being witnesses), and that Christians have been waiting for two millennia for Jesus to come back, perhaps we should stop asking the question of “when will it happen?” Perhaps we should only ask, “What must we be doing today since the teaching of Jesus to His … Read More
It is Holy Week, also known by its older name, Passion Week. Most of us realize right away when we use that colorful word, passion, that in this context we are talking about the sufferings of Jesus Christ during His last week of ministry on this earth. While it is often debated exactly what day Jesus was crucified (I happen to believe it was on a Wednesday and three and a half days later he was resurrected on or about 6 AM or sunrise, Sunday morning), it is seldom debated that He suffered excruciating anguish and pain. The pain … Read More
All eyes will be in the sky in the wee hours this Tuesday morning (the Blood Moon is scheduled to appear in the sky at about 3.07 a.m. ET on April 15, 2014, but will only last around 30 minutes)… that is 3 hours past midnight Monday night just to be clear. It will even be live streamed if its cloudy where you live (click here).
I have been privileged to work closely with Prophecy in the News since 2010. This September it will be five years that I have been invited to appear on the show with Gary Stearman and occasionally do daily updates with both Gary and Bob Ulrich. During that time I’ve also been blessed by sitting beside LA Marzulli, Russ Dizdar, and Tom Horn.
I have reorganized the many shows (there are about ten 30-minute shows now) delving into my books and related topics. You can still find these scattered around YouTube and Vimeo, but I’ve assembled them all in one place … Read More
Bible Prophecy, Geopolitical Analysis, Theological History