I have asked you several questions before and you have always been clear and precise with your answers and related your answers directly with the Word. And I thank you for doing so. So I have another one for you. I have been blogging for quite some time on (a well known author’s) blog and several of the other bloggers have been infatuated with another author who wrote Earthquake Resurrection.
Several people who have read this book have been convinced of this (author’s view) and left the blog and or refuse to discuss the matter any further.
What is your thought on this theory? I have a hard time with this as well as quite a few others as well.
I have a question regarding the apostasy prior to the rapture. I’ve heard Billy Graham’s comment, “If God doesn’t judge America then He will owe Sodom and Gamorrah an appology.” used to describe just how out of whack this country has become, but my question is; is it that way every where else in the world? It seems to me that the spiritual climate mentioned by the Scriptures is world wide. Is there evidence of a global apostasy?
In your studies, does the #40 have anything to do with Gods covenants and the launching of dispensations?
Do you find any signifance in the 40th anniversary of Jerusalem Day last week, the anniversaries of Christian Pentecost (our calendar) and the Jewish Pentecost (Jewish Calendar)? As I understand these all take place between May 16 and June 10 2007.
Did Noah disembark approx. May 27?
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? Is it just a lack of desire to keep the Jews from constucting there now? I ask this because I know there is a movement in Israel among a select few who are trying to build a new temple. Have they considered Shiloh?
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.? In biblical times was it 40 yrs.? Jesus prophesied the destruction of Jerusalem on Matt. 23:36 and that was around 30AD, and as we know the city was destroyed in 70 AD fulfilling his words to the maximum. Now in our time on what critical prophecy that was fulfilled would make the start to the countdown for this gen.? Is the fig tree parable the one? Some people now are saying that a gen. in our times is 50 years. What is your opinion on this please help me understand this.
Since we won’t get our resurrected bodies until the rapture, do you think the people in heaven now have intermediate bodies? If so what do you think they do with their time? When we are raptured and have new bodies we will spend our time ruling with Christ during the Millennium and then for eternity so we will have things to do. Thanks I appreciate your answers.
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?
I enjoy your site so much! I have a question about the 7 year treaty with the anti-christ. Where in scripture does it say it will be a “peace” treaty for 7 years? The New European Neighborhood Policy is a 7 year treaty with a mid term review and some people think this could be the treaty we’ve been waiting for & that we have entered the 7 year tribulation as of January 1st of this year. What are your thoughts on this? Also they say that the Great Tribulation is the last half of the 7 years & that we are only promised to be “kept” from that hour. ( The last half not the first half) What are your thoughts on that too? Thank you!