An important question that many Christians often ask is "Are we living in the last days or end times?" When people ask me this question, I usually respond with a clear "Yes and No!" Such an answer requires an explanation. My explanation is that the Bible uses such terminology in multiple ways, so that some references do refer to our own day, while others do not...
By the time you read this piece, the United States will likely be at war with Iraq—the ancient people of Babylon. Is this war prophetically significant? Does the Bible have anything to say about Babylon’s role in the future? Is Babylon in the Bible related to modern day Iraq? ...
“In our time the Biblical prophecies are being realized. As the prophet Amos said, they shall rebuild ruined cities and inhabit them. They shall plant vineyards and drink their wine. They shall till gardens and eat their fruit. And I will plant them upon their soil never to be uprooted again. Ladies and gentlemen, the people of Israel have come home never to be uprooted again.” ...
Passage: Deuteronomy
The Bible is God’s true story of His plan for human history. In the progress of revelation He gave a quick overview in the oldest book in the canon via a divine interpretation of the life and experiences of Job. The Lord then revealed the first five books of Scripture to Moses that we know as the books of the Law. The rest of the Old Testament is built upon its source of the Mosaic Covenant as expressed in Deuteronomy. Along with Genesis, it is impossible to properly understand the Bible as a whole without a realization of the role that God’s Law to Israel plays as a foundation for the rest of God’s revelation, especially when it comes to Bible prophecy...
Since you all have heard the news that Great Britain has voted 52 to 48% to leave the European Union (EU), you may be wondering how this fits into Bible prophecy...