Palm Sunday: A Prophetic Past-Present-Future
Dan Goodwin delivers a wonderful massage about Palm Sunday. Four days before Passover the High Priest would choose a lamb for the Passover event. The Jews were commanded by Moses to choose a lamb from their flocks to be killed at Passover. The blood atop their doorpost brought them deliverance from the bondage of Israel. Dan goes on to explain the meaning and what the past, present, and future of Palm Sunday is so important to us today.
The question: Is it fair that the Church should escape the coming Tribulation, or part of it? You will enjoy Kevin’s response to that question. The Curious Case of the Cadaver’s Clothes – In this article Kevin Clarkson goes to great lengths to describe the risen Savior’s burial clothes. Did you ever wonder what Jesus had on when He encountered Mary? How did He get some clothes? We know that He didn’t have on the burial clothes. So where did the clothes come from? Could it have been the Shekinah glory? Dr. Clarkson examines the many ideas about that question.
From Adam to Noah
In the earlier 1980s J.R. Church gave messages titled “Prophetic Profiles.” We are going to introduce you to these messages. The first in this series is “From Adam to Noah.” J.R. takes us in a journey through human history. Adam represents the first millennium, and each generation after him represented a millennium. You will certainly enjoy these “Prophetic Profiles.”
The Epic Failure of Human Government
In this article, Jerry Robinson explains that God did not intend for mankind to rule over other men. In fact, God’s dominion would be mankind and the earth would be ruled by man. Then Satan comes on the scene and everything changes. Read the article to understand what mankind will experience.
The God Who Answers by Fire
Jim Flecher is a well-known writer, especially for WND. In this article he explains the God who answered by fire is the true God. In Isaiah 46:9-10 God is answering by fire, through the fulfillment of biblical prophecy. Since 1948, Israel has endured many wars, in which God is using Israel as an instrument of warning and judgment. Jim takes five wars and examines the purpose that God had for them.