In the darkness and confusion of Halloween season, when even my fellow followers of Christ and their children participate in age-old pagan traditions in the name of “fun,” I want to shed some light on the matter with a short 2,000-word excerpt from a book I enjoy studying from time to time. The research of… Read More Halloween: The Dark Requiem
Of course… Oh, how blind. It was obvious… a long time in coming… yet we didn’t see it. September 23, the end of the world — that’s how the press ran it. That was the headline—and a poor one, I might add. To be fair, even those of us who didn’t think it would… Read More Revelation 12 Fulfilled: The Midnight Cry
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
“… encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near.” (Hebrews 10:25) Recently, millions of people were told to evacuate from the destructive path of Major Hurricane Irma. They received little warning as to exactly when and where it was going to make landfall. The wise took heed and… Read More Impending Wrath and the Lunar Festival
The question is this: when on the prophetic timeline of Revelation does God’s wrath officially begin? Revelation 16, when the seven angels pour out the seven bowls of wrath? Revelation 6, when the trembling world declares God’s wrath at the 6th seal? Or is it right at the very beginning, seal 1, the rider of… Read More When Does Wrath Begin?