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Who are the real Gog and Magog in prophecy?

Who are Gog, Magog, Meshech, and Tubal prophesied in Ezekiel 38? There are two schools of thought on this and both of them see the other side as non-scholarly and wrong. On the July 26 radio show of In the Market with Janet Parshall, Dr. Timothy Dailey (author of Apocalypse Rising), stated that he was… Continue reading Who are the real Gog and Magog in prophecy?

Christianity · church · clergy · Holy Spirit · religion

God’s anointing teaches you all things

We as Christians sometimes forget this, but God saved us and placed the anointing of the Holy Spirit in us so that ultimately we could hear directly from the Lord to learn what we need to know on spiritual matters. Hearing from him requires us to familiarize ourselves with his word to remind ourselves what… Continue reading God’s anointing teaches you all things

Christianity · End times · heresy · religion · Satan

Identity thieves prompt me to say “sorry” for saying “I’m sorry”

I’m sorry. I’m sorry if I have ever told anyone that I as a true Christian am sorry for the Crusades or for anything else that has been perpetrated by fake Christians. I as a Christian who obeys Christ’s commandments and doctrines have come to realize I’m not responsible for the heinous acts of anyone who claims… Continue reading Identity thieves prompt me to say “sorry” for saying “I’m sorry”

Christianity · church · End times · God · heresy · religion

The devil’s hacks: 4 terms pagans use that sound Christian

In the run up to Christ’s return, it was predicted Satanic deceptions would increase, “insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect,” (Matt. 24:24). One of Satan’s many deceptive tools is for his followers to use Christian-sounding terms for use in Christian circles. There are four of those terms that have gained… Continue reading The devil’s hacks: 4 terms pagans use that sound Christian

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Millennials accept atheists, but still won’t vote for them, says Ray Comfort

In a recent interview with Janet Mefferd Today, evangelist Ray Comfort reiterated how urgent it is for Christians to share the gospel with people they know or encounter outside the church walls. The interview was centered on Comfort’s recent effort to witness to atheists at their Reason Rally. After Mefferd introduced the observation that America… Continue reading Millennials accept atheists, but still won’t vote for them, says Ray Comfort

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The simple way to ensure God is on your side

How can I possibly be sure that God is on my side? Quite simply, it’s by making sure that I am on HIS side. That requires humility to begin with and not being so proud as to equate what my selfish nature wants with what God really has in store for me. The prophets Amos… Continue reading The simple way to ensure God is on your side

atheism · Bible · Christianity · faith · God · philosophy · religion

Can the Christian religion be labeled a delusional blind faith?

When one person suffers from a delusion, it is called insanity. When many people suffer from a delusion it is called a Religion. author/philosopher Robert M. Pirsig A delusion is something that people believe in despite a total lack of evidence. Richard Dawkins Are these opinions about religion, specifically Christianity, really accurate and true? Are… Continue reading Can the Christian religion be labeled a delusional blind faith?