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Jesus the destroyer

Watching for the Morning of January 28, 2018

Year B

The Fourth Sunday after Epiphany

A demon comes forth this Sunday. It rises up in the middle of church – in the middle of the sermon – as the crowds are marveling already at this lowly laborer’s audacity to preach – and cries out… 756 more words


The Next World Empire...2018?

Seven “When-Then” Signs of Biblical End-Times Marked 2015

1. A rare solar eclipse on the equinox followed by

2. A blood moon on Passover. “The sun shall be darkened and the moon turned to blood before the day of the Lord.” Joel 2:31. 714 more words

Current Events

Nativity Week

When was Jesus approximately born? Is there a proof for the actual date? The post Christmas Lambs showed that it is reasonable to believe in the birth of Jesus in the months of December-January, while… 600 more words

Christian History

1947 UN Gift of Israel to Jews Disqualified by Bible

Israel was to keep all God’s statutes and judgments that the land “spue you not out.” Lev 20:22. Moses quoted God as saying that He would punish Israel seven times over if they walked contrary to Him, Lev 26:18-28. 483 more words

Current Events

2018 Events Predicted in All-Time Best-Seller--the Bible

War, famine, earthquake, pestilence, society chaos are seen, end-times in Matthew 24.

Summary: Trump’s ok of Jerusalem as capital of Israel sets the stage for a papal-influenced United Nations to react with hostility. 836 more words

Current Events

1 November 2017 Bible Reading

Today’s Bible reading begins Ezekiel. Ezekiel provides great detail about his calling as a prophet: his encounter with God and four living creatures or Cherubim with four wheels that stayed beside the creatures. 2,379 more words


The Resurrection in Three Parts

The English word “resurrection” does not appear in the Old Testament of the King James Version of the Bible, though the concept does. In the New Testament of the KJV the Greek meaning for “resurrection” is simply a raising up (Strong’s Greek 386 – “anastasis”).  1,780 more words