Every year, on each Sabbath, festival, and fast day in Jewish tradition, the reading of Torah is followed by the Haftarah, a reading of selections from the Nevi’im (Prophets). The word Haftarah means “parting”, or “taking leave”, because it is the final reading from the Tanakh (the Hebrew Bible). On the new moon festival of Yom… Read More Rachel’s Lament: The Mysterious Last Day of the Festival
The chronological placement of Revelation’s 1,000-year reign of Christ with His Saints has been a matter of great dispute. The main conclusions give this millennium either a future fulfillment, or a current fulfilment that’s been spanning the Church Age ever since the Crucifixion 2,000 years ago. Based on the lesser-studied Old Testament prophecies concerning this… Read More The Amillennial Reign?
“Those who are wise will shine like the brightness of the heavens, and those who lead many to righteousness, like the stars for ever and ever.” (Daniel 12:3) The night has a nature of its own. People sleep. People dream. Evil is plotted and crimes are carried out. Ignorant of the night’s perils are… Read More Sojourners of the Night
Are there rapture clues in the resurrection of Jesus Christ? After all, Christians are the Body of Christ. As the Scriptures tell us, the burial of Jesus’ body after His crucifixion was symbolic of His Church, the body of believers, also called the Body of Christ — “Now you are the body of… Read More Be Ready for the Third Day
In a world ridden with an uncountable number of diseases, it’s easy to lose track of those few that we always mistake for harmless habits. Sure, Dr. So-and-so knows how to diagnose your drug addiction, but when it comes to excessive partying, your time is up until next week. There’s a new pandemic plaguing… Read More The Carpe Diem Syndrome