I have heard some teaching on the “latter rain” and that we are entering into the latter rain which will be a period of time before the end of days. Please explain what is the latter rain and how does it apply to the church? Appreciate your response and teaching on this subject.
I am in a situation where I find myself questioning whether to tithe more or work on paying down my current debt. I am anxiously awaiting for the return of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and want to give more back to Him out of gratitude for all He has done for me. Does the Bible provide any insight for a situation like mine?
In Revelation 13 where the Bible says that the anti-christ “causeth” all to receive the mark. Can you please tell me the root meaning of causeth? There’s an article online about a man receiving an info chip in his hand and chatter in the comments says no one will be forced – alluding that people might take it and not realize they’re denying the Lord by doing so.
In recent years there have been so many prophecies of destruction coming to America. I know we are in the end times but there are so many words of judgement and then on the other hand others are prophesying God will bless America again. I was wondering what your take is on all this. Are we past the point of no return?
After reading and studying Revelation, am I to understand that Satan still has access to Heaven? It’s only during the tribulation period he is going to be ‘cast out’ of there, I thought he was booted out when he became a fallen angel? Does this mean those in Heaven can see or talk with him? Can you clear this up for me?
Luke 7: 36-50 tells of a Pharisee who invited Jesus to dinner. A woman known as a sinner came and washed his feet with her tears and hair. Jesus saw how sincere and humble she was before Him. This was before the cross but Jesus said that all of her sins were forgiven and that she was now saved. Wasn’t she still under the law until the cross?
What is a worker of iniquity according to the Lord and how do we avoid being numbered among them? I am a Christian who has put his faith and trust on the Lord for eternal life but Matthew 7 still scares me a bit
Today I read the article about the 200-Year-Old “Messiah Clock”. Do you have any laymen’s explanation about this old Jewish clock. What does the sentence “the year 6000 will occur in 2239 of the Gregorian calendar, indicating that the Messiah must arrive before then”, mean in today’s terms? Am I correct in assuming, that “last redemption’” has nothing to do with the rapture, which can be expected anytime? The article says, that we might be “surprised”. Surprised, in what sense? That we as pre-trib believers are correct, that Jesus CAN come any moment?