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The Two Witnesses of St. John’s Revelation

Posted on17. Aug, 2019 by .

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The Two Witnesses described in Revelation 11 is said to be one of the most difficult prophesies to interpret, and as such, a plethora of interpretations have been submitted, many of which are not true to the basic principles of interpreting prophesy language. Therefore, abiding within the parameters of prophesy patterns while following the chronological […]

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The Seven Trumpets of St John’s Revelation

Posted on28. Jul, 2019 by .

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The seven trumpets are the next segment of prophesy following the seven seals, which corresponds with the next period of time. It is important to follow this series of prophesy in its chronological order as they synchronize with the progression of history. Therefore, I strongly recommend starting at the beginning of this series with the […]

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The Seven Seals of St. John’s Revelation

Posted on09. Jun, 2019 by .

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The seven seals are the beginning of a series of prophesies imparted to the Apostle John concerning future events. Yet, contrary to post-modern thinking of the Futurist View, these events were not intended to be reserved for the distant future, or very end of the age; rather these things would commence shortly after the time […]

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Remembering the Lost Art & Science of Interpreting Prophesy Language and Prophetic History | The Revelation

Posted on26. May, 2019 by .

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Understanding prophesy language is essential in recognizing the intended meaning of prophesy. This introduction to prophesy takes an overview of St John’s Revelation while highlighting prophetic history and clarifying scriptural parameters which may guide proper understanding of prophesy.

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The Son of God Joined with the Sun God | The Christmas Mixer

Posted on09. Jan, 2018 by .

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Most Christians know  Jesus Christ was not actually born on December 25th, and most would agree the exact date is not so important as the general observance of the birth & advent of Messiah. I would also generally agree, except – of all the days in the calendar to observe the advent of Christ, the […]

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Simon Magus and the Origins of the Catholic Church

Posted on01. Dec, 2017 by .

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Simon Magus, the magician from Samaria, heralded as “The Great Power of God”, who seduced the people with his sorcery, astonished and captivated them with his self-proclaimed greatness – to whom they all fixed their attention. This same Simon as recorded in Acts 8, was then himself amazed upon the arrival of Phillip who came […]

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Mystery Babylon – The Luciferian Legacy

Posted on08. Nov, 2017 by .

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From ancient times until now, the world has been under the spell of Mystery Babylon while shaping society in more ways than most even know

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Church Leadership Defined in 5 Verses | 1 Peter 5

Posted on03. Jun, 2017 by .

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Church Leadership has taken many different directions contrary to the teachings of Christ & the Apostles. Though a great precedence for a worldly leadership structure has been set by mainstream Christianity, there is no justification for departing from the New Testament precedence, as those faithful followers of Christ are bound to such preeminent precepts as […]

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Works of Faith and the Work of Atonement

Posted on16. Jan, 2017 by .

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                    Let us first distinguish between works of faith –and– the work of atonement; These two distinct type of works is exactly what so many fail to differentiate. And it’s this very failure to distinguish between the two that defaults to a gravely flawed view of […]

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A More Balanced View Than the Extremes of Calvinism and Arminianism

Posted on16. Nov, 2015 by .

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Calvinism and Arminianism is an age-old schism within the Church of which many Christians are under the impression that these two views are the only two possibilities which pertain to the doctrine of election, with no alternate view. Each view appeals to scripture to substantiate its point, but each view takes its point to an extreme […]

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