In this segment of this series, we will name the identity of the great harlot, Babylon the Great.
This is one of the major themes of the book. But who is the great harlot? And when did the judgment take place?
And why was it that it was necessary to conceal the identity of Babylon the Great as well as many other things?
In the first video of this series we noticed that is emphasized TWICE to the apostle John that this message was about events that were to occur SOON.
But WHAT FACTS are there within the pages of this book that makes us believe that this message was so urgent?
In this segment we will also begin an examination the evidence that shows why we KNOW this book was written before the year AD 70.
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The Book of Revelation is one of the most dreaded books in the Bible. Why is this?
Could it be because of all of the hype attached to this book by the Prophecy Pundits?
Today we begin a seven part video series about this book, with the purpose in mind of dispelling the fear, and exposing the truth.
Please join us for this series!
In the final session of this series, we will examine what the Apostle John and Jude had to say on this important subject. Did they affirm what the other writers of the New Testament.
When the leader of the Jerusalem Church declared: “The Judge is standing right at the door,” did he really mean that the city of Jerusalem was about to be judged by God, or not?
In Part 8 of this series we look at what the writer of the book of James had to say about the last days.
In the Book of Hebrews there is one of the most powerful statements in all of Scripture about the Last Days. In this 12 minute video, the book of Hebrews is explored concerning this.
This video finishes up what Peter had to say about the Last Days in His epistles. 1 Pet. 3:9-13 is one of the most misunderstood passages in all of the Bible. Was Peter talking about the literal destruction of heaven and earth in this passage?
In this video of 14 minutes, I dig out the meaning of “the elements,” “heaven and earth,” and “burned up”.
The conclusion may surprise you. Watch this at the link below.
The Apostle Peter wrote on his second epistle:
2 Pet. 3:7 “But by His word the present heavens and earth are being reserved for fire, kept for the day of judgment and destruction of ungodly men.” (NASB)
Was he speaking of his time, or our time?
When the Apostle Peter wrote in his epistle: “The end of all things is at hand,” is it possible that “at hand” could mean thousands of years later? Or did he mean that the end of all things was actually about to occur? In this 14 minute video, this question is addressed.