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The Son of Emperor Vespasian Was Prince Titus

In 70 A.D., God executed judgment upon Jerusalem just as Jesus had forewarned 40 years earlier with the statement about the destruction of the temple, “and there shall not be left one stone upon another.”(Mat 24:2) In 66 A.D., the Roman armies had surrounded the city and then mysteriously pulled back. 352 more words

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The Destruction of Jerusalem Foretold Luke 20-21

In Luke 20, the chief priests and scribes challenge Jesus’ authority in verses 1-8. Then in verses 9-18, he tells the parable of the wicked tenants, citing… 318 more words

Christianity

Breaking down the barriers

Lent 3 -2015
John 2:13-21
Marian Free

In the name of God, whom we access through Jesus – not through buildings or rituals. Amen.

John 2:13 The Passover of the Jews was near, and Jesus went up to Jerusalem. 1,375 more words

John's Gospel

Director Wambold Comments On An Original Image

This unique image on our website’s homepage combines a photo of the outside of the Shrine of the Book with a superimposed sketch of the nativity scene. 199 more words

Rev. Roger L. Wambold, Director

DOES OLIVET POINT TO AD 70? (Part 1)

PMT 2014-136 by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr.

The Olivet Discourse is an important key to New Testament prophecy. It is found in the three Synoptic Gospels at Matt 24–25; Mark 13; and Luke 21. 601 more words

Preterism

How Far Our Nation Has Turned From Thee

A villanelle inspired by the book of Jeremiah.

How far our nation has turned from Thee
To Whom we once pledged our faith and trust. 152 more words

Christianity

The Son of Man Will Come... With His Angels

I first published this article two days ago in The Fulfilled Connection Magazine (tfcmag.com):

In the book of Revelation the word “angel(s)” appears a total of 76 times, according to Strong’s Concordance (and based on the King James Version). 3,174 more words

Eschatology