Q. Do you think it at all possible that ‘the last trump'(Rapture) could be the Tekiah Gedolah or the last trumpet call of the shofar at the feast of Trumpets? Continue reading…
I have been reading some recent articles that seem to be advocating that Germany will be a major player in the ezekiel 38 39 battle! Do you think that Germany could be Rosh rather than Russia?
I have heard people mention that there are cycles of 490 years in the Bible and that at the beginning of each cycle something significant happens, and that the new cycle falls in 2007. Can you shed some Biblical light and perspective on this?
I know from my study and yours that you must consider who is being addressed when reading prophecy in the Bible. Some prophecy is for the Church and some for the Jewish People. The question is, who is considered a Jew when reading the prophecy about them?
What does the Temple being rebuilt have to do with the end times prophecy? And will the rapture come before it is built or after? And how long do you think before the Abomination of Desolation, a.k.a. Anti-Christ will declare his divinity?
It is true that ancient Scythians are the modern Russians, but by extension most modern “Jews” are also Scythians from Russia.
In your studies, does the #40 have anything to do with Gods covenants and the launching of dispensations? Do you find any significance in the 40th anniversary of Jerusalem Day last week, the anniversaries of Christian Pentecost (our calendar) and the Jewish Pentecost (Jewish Calendar)?
You have mentioned that the new temple will most likely be built at Shiloh – where the tabernacle rested for 400 years. You refer to a passage in Ezekiel where God revealed this location to him. Could you please give me the exact scripture site?
In Matt. 24:34 when Jesus says that this generation shall not pass away what generation he is talking about, the one that sees Israel come back as a nation? How long is a gen.?
Q. Ezekiel 14:9 ” ‘And if the prophet is enticed to utter a prophecy, I the LORD have enticed that prophet, and I will stretch out my hand against him and destroy him from among my people Israel.
I’ve read this chapter but don’t understand this verse. Why will God destroy the prophet if God Himself enticed him to utter the prophecy?