Hear me, O God, as I voice my complaint; protect my life from the threat of the enemy. Hide me from the conspiracy of the wicked, from that noisy crowd of evildoers. They sharpen their tongues like swords and aim their words like deadly arrows. They shoot from ambush at the innocent man; they shoot at him suddenly, without fear. They encourage each other in evil plans, they talk about hiding their snares; they say, “Who will see them?” They plot injustice and say, “We have devised a perfect plan!”
Perspective by Jack Kelley
(Note: This narrative is a summary of dozens of end times prophecies from both the Old and New Testaments. Its objective is to present a readable overview of the times ahead from a Biblical perspective. )
Q. I just read “Missing From Heaven.” I have been thinking about this very subject lately. Do you believe our “loss of memory” from our time on this earth in the flesh will be wiped out completely, or partially? It doesn’t make a lot of sense to me that we will not remember anything. But the thought that God will selectively erase parts of our memory, is inspiring to the Greatness of our Father. Help please! i.e. if we don’t remember anything of our time on earth in the flesh, wouldn’t it be “all for nothing?”
Q. Nowhere in scripture does it say that the anti-Christ will build the 3rd temple. In fact scripture is clear that The Lord will build the temple (Zech 6:12). If Israel has been converted after the war of Gog Magog why would it allow the beast to have such an honor? Or better yet why would God? To say anyone other than Christ will build the temple is heresy.
Q. I have a question regarding the descriptions of the Temple and the division of the Land of Israel in Ezekiel 40-48. As you explained in one of your answers on the prophecy of Ezequiel, this is something that will be fulfilled during the Age of the Kingdom. But, reviewing the account, I found out in Eze. 45:7-8 that part of the land should be set apart for the Prince, who I think is the Lord Jesus. Specifically in verse 8 he talks about “princes”. Furthermore, in Eze. 46:16-18 he says that the prince could give part of his land as inheritance to his sons. How can it be? Is it possible that the Lord will have children during the Millennium? Or, am I getting something wrong?
Q. In regards to Hebrews 11:13, whom does ‘all these’ refer to, for Enoch did not die, and which promises did they not receive? is this related to the promise in verse 39? Thanks for the great insights you share on this website.
Q. I read your response to “More on Tribulation Martyrs” and I think your statement “notice that while they will reign with Christ they are not called kings” is a stretch. Rev 5:10 says (speaking of the church) “And hast made us unto our God kings and priests: and we shall reign on the earth.” Is the word “reign” used in Rev 20:4 and Rev 5:10 the same in Greek? If so, to say they are not kings because of omission is a weak argument.
Q. I know you said the great multitude in heaven in Rev 7 are the martyrs taken out of the Great Tribulation (so they do not go through it). I can agree with that, but then what happens to the martyrs after that? Many will still die in the Great Tribulation. I know the Sheep and the Goats Judgment is for the survivors of the entire 70th week, so what happens to those who die in the Lord during the last half, the Great Tribulation?
Q. Regarding a recent post about Egypt and Ez. 29, I’ve wondered if it may be fulfilled during the period of rebellion towards the end of the thousand year reign of Christ…what are your thoughts on this?
Q. There has been much discussion on Facebook with the “Christ in Prophecy” group about the view that the un-fulfilled Prophecy of Ezekiel 29:12-13, Egypt’s 40 year desolation, will put the timing of the Rapture much later by some decades. Would you agree with this?