Days of Praise – Why?

by Henry Morris, Ph.D. “Nay but, O man, who art thou that repliest against God? Shall the thing formed say to him that formed it, Why hast thou made me thus?” (Romans 9:20) In this scientific age, it is essential for us to remember that “science” can never answer any question beginning with “why.” Scientific…

Rapture Ready – Israel Watch – Through a Glass, Darkly

by Jim Fletcher There is a relatively famous poem by Gen. George S. Patton — the poem was made much more famous by the 1970 film starring George C. Scott — that I think speaks to the spiritual warfare that has seemingly erupted in just the last few years. When I think of Scott striding…

MissionTrends: 4 Trends for Churches to Consider – What trends must we consider when it comes to the state of the church in America?

by Ed Stetzer Despite what many think, the church in America is not dying (and no serious researcher thinks that). However, there are some challenges and changes to be considered. When we consider missiology, part of the discipline includes considering how churches relate to their culture. Since we live in changing times, it’s worth thinking…

Gracethrurfaith.com – The Rapture, A Secret Jesus Couldn’t Reveal

A Bible Study by Jack Kelley I am frequently asked if the rapture is such an important event for the Church, why didn’t Jesus say anything about it? Our Q & A format doesn’t lend itself to a comprehensive answer to such a complex question, so here’s the whole story. It begins 500 years before…

The Omega Letter Commentary – Things To Come

Witnessing Tools by Pete Garcia Given that the United States, or any semblance thereof, is not mentioned in Bible prophecy, one has to take into account the how, why, and ‘so what’ of that particular implication. If the US is not here, who then fills that vacuum? Who sets the precedence for a global order?…

Prophecy News Watch – ‘First Pure Olive Oil Produced In 2000 Years’ Says Temple Institute

by JEREMY SHARON The holiday of Hanukka is known as the festival of lights, but in many respects it is also the festival of oil, specifically the olive oil used in Temple times to light the Temple menorah, which we commemorate by lighting hanukkiot, as well as feasting on festive treats such as doughnuts and…