Prophecy is a topic many people are interested in. For many people, prophetic books such as Revelation or Daniel are usually the first books they read in the Bible. Yet, the key to understanding the prophetic books is allowing the Bible itself to interpret the symbolism used in the prophecies. The Bible tells us how to understand what an olive tree, lamp stand, or star symbolically represents.
Prophets were often persecuted and frequently killed because of the message they brought to the people. We certainly hope the words on this site are a blessing to you. Prophetic books are meant to give the listener hope. Hope that good will triumph over evil and the enemy will be defeated. May you be blessed by these articles.
This article discusses the symbolic meanings of several end time prophecies and interlaces the book of Daniel and Revelation where they complement each other. Topics covered are the beast, Satan, Abaddon, Apollyon, the Antichrist and Leviathan. It is essential to rely on Him and know His word since even the elect will be deceived in the end times, if it were possible.
This article is a verse by verse commentary of the prophecy recorded in Daniel 11, delivered by the angel Gabriel. There are many views regarding this prophecy, but not all of the views are supported biblically. The roles played by Darius, Xerxes, Alexander the Great, Antiochus Epiphanes, and Herod the Great are reviewed in the fulfillment of this prophecy.
The 70 weeks prophecy given to Daniel by the angel Gabriel is a precise time line which pointed to the first coming of Yeshua the Messiah. Unfortunately, it has been generally misunderstood by most modern commentators. Consequently, many have an expectation of the role the Antichrist will play in end-time events that the Bible does not support. This article reviews the time line recorded by Daniel which proves that Yeshua was the prophesied Messiah, and explains the historical fulfillment of the events described by Gabriel.
This study examines what the Scriptures really teach about eternal life and everlasting punishment. This article will give you a biblically sound understanding of hell, Gehenna, Hades, Sheol, Tophet, Tartarus and the lake of fire and what those terms meant in the 1st century. A good comprehension of God’s plan cannot be reached without correctly understanding what the Greek word aionion ("eternal") really means.
This article explores the tie between Ezekiel 38-39 and Revelation 16,19. Is the Gog/Magog War the same as the Battle of Armageddon? The timing of the event is carefully analyzed to put the question to rest once and for all. Includes modern and historical maps for reference.
This article unveils the long-forgotten plan of God for the salvation of mankind. The three pilgrimage feasts commanded in the Torah are a pattern of YHVH's plan which shows WHO will be saved and WHEN. This great mystery was revealed by Yeshua in his parable of the leaven and three measures of flour.
This article outlines two of the resurrections spoken of in the Bible (the "first resurrection" and the resurrection of "the just and the unjust"). We will examine who is in each resurrection, their timing, their similarities, and their differences.
Prophecy is one of the most intriguing topics in religion. This study of end time events reviews two different accounts of the same prophecy, providing a stunning amount of detail regarding recent events. The seals of Revelation and the Olivet prophecy found in Matthew are reviewed together. Pray for an open mind before reading this article. We may not understand how or why, but He wants us to recognize the signs of the times. Don't let Him come upon you like a thief in the night!
In the Tanakh (Old Testament), blessings for obedience and punishments for disobedience were prescribed for God's chosen people, the 12 tribes of Israel (collectively known as the House of Israel and the House of Judah). Due to their sins, the House of Israel (also known as Ephraim) was removed from the Holy Land by Assyria in 722 BCE exactly as God foretold. Yet through the Old Testament prophets, God promised to one day regather and reunite His scattered people. This article examines what the Bible says about how God is now fulfilling that promise.
The two witnesses of Revelation have intrigued readers for centuries. Traditional scholarship usually identifies the witnesses as Elijah and either Enoch or Moses. Putting aside these traditions of men, what does the Bible tell us about the two witnesses? This article examines the startling scriptural evidence for the true identity of these witnesses.