Pre-Tribulation Prophecy of Lazarus by Doug Stauffer
In this amazing article, Doug Stauffer explains how the resurrection of Lazarus was one of Jesus’ Greatest victories. When Jesus heard that Lazarus was ailing. He stayed another two days before going to see him. Does the resurrection of Lazarus (after laying dead for two days) represent the rapture of the Church at the end of 2,000 years? You will not believe how Lazarus, Martha, and Mary represent God’s prophetic time line before the Second Advent of Christ. Doug has written this wonderful article on how they all represent the Church age.
Growing Global Anti-Semitism: Another Sign of the End by Dr. Kevin Clarkson
Kevin Clarkson recounts last year’s news and how the hatred for the Jews is growing worldwide. In 2014, the European Union voted to recognize a Palestinian State along the borders of Israel. Many counties, along with Britain and the Arab nations followed the decision. Apparently, the European countries have forgotten the two world wars and how the Jews were persecuted. Did the six million Jews die in vain? Kevin will explain this and much more.
The Parable of the Net by James Harrison
James Harrison, author of “The Pattern and the Prophecy,” encounters the Scripture in John 21 where Jesus tells His disciples to cast their nets on the right side. James, being a mathematician, finds the counting of fish very curious. Do fishermen count their fish? Why 153 fish and not more? With the mathematical charts, you will learn how the number plays an important part in the resurrection.
The Armageddon Syndrome: Chapter 4 by J.R. Church
Chapter four of J.R.’s book tells the story of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. In Revelation chapter six, John describes each horse and the color it represents. J.R. explains the chapter in great detail and what each rider represents. For instance, the third horsemen rode a black horse. It represents famine, or in layman’s terms – drought. Economists said that in 1972, what $10,000 would buy will cost $50,000 in the 1980’s. I found it interesting that he said in the year 2000 groceries for four would cost $112.00 a week. Today in 2015, you cannot go to the store and purchase a week’s groceries for $112.00. According to J.R., inflation has eaten away at our dollar. Could the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse occur in our lifetime?