The move of the United States embassy to Jerusalem, and U.S. recognition of Israel’s sovereignty over Syria’s Golan Heights, were thought to boost both President Donald Trump’s evangelical support and Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s April 9 election prospects. Analyzing those decisions, the Times explained that “white evangelicals,” Pompeo included, believe “God promised the land to the Jews, and that the gathering of Jews in Israel is foretold in the prophecy of the rapture — the ascent of Christians into the kingdom of God.”
Something dangerous has seized America—far deadlier than people want to believe. The Bible says there is a spiritual dimension to this trend, and you cannot understand these events unless you recognize it. Ultimately, this isn’t about any man or administration: It’s about an evil spirit working to destroy this nation, and why God is allowing it to happen.
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The John Hagee Family Singers have released several major recording projects. They have performed at the National Quartet Convention as well as other major concert halls and arenas across America and Canada. Pastor Hagee and his family, along with Randy and Elizabeth Travis, and other groups, continue to minister around the country with Crusades, bringing hope and joy to the body of Christ through music and the Word of God.
You become a hybrid Fred AlphonzoMuhomaZipski. These anonymous thieves can create fake birth certificates, licenses and Social Security cards using your information. They can apply for and receive government benefits in your name. They can create fake identities and passports to sell to illegal aliens trying to cross the border and live in the United States. They can obtain jobs and abuse the healthcare services in your name. They can open bank accounts, credit cards and take out mortgages. They can file taxes and even claim your dependents on their returns. They can trash your credit rating.
Hagee states at the beginning his reasons for writing the book. He wants to help his readers understand how contemporary events fit into God’s timetable for the future regarding the entire world, Christians, and especially the nation of Israel. He affirms that Christ’s imminent return requires Christians to conform their personal lives to God’s standards, and that Christians should be expectant for Christ’s coming for them (pp. ix-x).
... are leaving the EU but where do you think you are going to? She comes across as deluded, thinking the country is going to board some metaphoric coach and drive off. What leaving the EU means is REMOVING the EU bureaucratic administration layer from the top layer of the UK Government and re-absorbing those delegated powers. So all Whitehall has to do is repeal the Maatstricht, Amsterdam, Nice and Lisbon Treaties for starters; that shouldn't be too difficult as those bills breezed through Parliament on the way to being UK Law, so it should be even easier to repeal them.
As the final blood moon of 2015 approaches, there is great fervor and excitement about the “Four Blood Moons” predictions of Pastor John Hagee and Mark Biltz. By looking at the coming occurrence of four lunar eclipses that will occur in 2014 and 2015 that will coincide with Jewish Feast days. The Four Blood Moon Theory promotes the idea that these red moons have historically coincided with major events in Jewish history and thus “something will happen” during the current cycle. But is this theory Biblical? Is this something Christians should be concerned about? This article will show that in fact that this theory is a heresy not in line with Biblical prophecy and is actually encouraging practices that the Bible very strictly forbids.
I WOULD LIKE TO POINT OUT THAT EVERYTHING THE POSTER I’M QUOTING MENTIONED, I LEARNED FROM PASTOR MARK BILTZ. CONTRARY TO POPULAR OPINION, HE ONLY PREACHES SCRIPTURE AND DOESN’T CLAIM TO KNOW WHEN JESUS IS RETURNING–SIMPLY THAT WE ARE TO BE ON GOD’S CALENDAR AND THAT ALL THE PLANETS/MOON/STARS BELONG TO HIM. HE DEFINITELY PREACHES THAT YESHUA IS THE MESSIAH, AND THE ONLY WAY TO HEAVEN IS THROUGH HIM.
This past April 15, the first of four unusual lunar eclipses began. They will occur at approximately six-month intervals—the next being October 8, then April 4 and September 28 of next year—and will be visible across North America. Astronomers call this a lunar eclipse tetrad. The last tetrad occurred over 2003 and 2004. Eight more such tetrads will occur before the year 2100.
“Therefore say I unto you, the Kingdom of God shall be taken from you, and given to a nation bringing forth the fruits thereof.” “And whosoever shall fall upon this stone shall be broken…” “And when the chief priest and Pharisees had heard his parables, they perceived that he spake of them.” “In His mercy, Jesus Christ continues to reach out, even to the Jews who despise and hate Him. A remnant will repent and believe in Him and shall be saved (Romans 11:23).
My son, Matt, has recently written a book that masterfully touches on what is happening in our world and how it plays out in a prophetic road map. The pieces laid out in his new book, “Your Guide to the Apocalypse” contain insights and instructions from the Word of God, and from decades of teachings. Matt has done extensive research, and made this book something that I consider to be essential reading for each and every Believer. I wanted to give you an encouraging look with the following excerpt from the pages of his book: