Last of the great empires: Daniel 7: the terrible beast with iron teeth

The final beast that Daniel mentions in his vision must have been like nothing he had ever seen before since he could only describe it as "dreadful and terrible, and strong exceedingly." He went on to say and reveal the following about this beast: 7 devoured and brake in pieces, and stamped the residue... Continue Reading →

Last of the great empires: Daniel 7: the leopard with four heads

The third beast that Daniel saw in his vision of the final world powers in Daniel 7 is a leopard that he described like this: After this I beheld, and lo another, like a leopard, which had upon the back of it four wings of a fowl; the beast had also four heads; and dominion... Continue Reading →

Last of the great empires: Daniel 7: the bear with three ribs in its mouth

In my previous post, I explained why I believe the lion in Daniel 7 was symbolic of Britain. Now I'll explain why I believe the bear in that chapter is Russia. The Bear as Russia To recap what I said previously, it's my opinion Daniel 7 spoke of prominent kingdoms that would be around right... Continue Reading →

Last of the great empires: Daniel 7: the lion with eagle’s wings

Daniel 7 gives a very important prophecy denoting what the last of the end times will look like regarding the power of the nations right before the return of the Lord Jesus Christ. In Daniel 7's rich symbolism, we see four kingdoms represented by four creatures: a lion, a bear, a leopard, and a monstrous... Continue Reading →

Chinese kangaroo court gives pastor 1-year sentence for opposing church demolitions

This is what holy boldness and righteous indignation look like. Forty-year-old Huang Yizi of China's Zhejiang province knew he could face retaliation from the Chinese government for taking a stand last year for opposing the government's demolition and damaging of church buildings that affected 400 buildings, but he took a stand anyway. It landed him... Continue Reading →

Apple co-founder Wozniak predicts technology doom for humans; Pakistan requires biometric database for cellphone users

Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple and an atheist Freemason, has added his voice to several other scientists and technologists like Elon Musk to express the concern that computers will take over the human race. In a recent interview, Wozniak stated that he has "no question" that computers will rule the human race. He even went... Continue Reading →

Right works, wrong motivations: how Ephesus left its first love & first works

When the Lord Jesus had John send a letter to Ephesus in Revelation 2, he began by commending the church for the things they did correctly. At first glance it would seem that Ephesus had it all together with Jesus because of their opposition to false doctrines and false apostles in addition to all their... Continue Reading →

Offenders are offended by Oklahoma church’s sign

A church in Seminole, Oklahoma, has caused quite a stir among the city's residents. The large sign on one of its exterior walls along a well-traveled highway reads, "Government making sin legal does not make it right!" A person who may have been upset over the sign and assumed they were talking about gays and... Continue Reading →

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