“The Lord is soon to return,” announced Jerusalem Channel presenter Christine Darg on a video released on Facebook, predicting that current world affairs involving Israel, Russia, Turkey and the US signal the fulfillment of Evangelical Christian ideas about the End-times.While discussing the epic war between Gog and Magog written about in the book of Ezekiel, Darg made the argument that today’s Russia is the mythical Gog, the mighty enemy who will attempt to rival God’s will and destroy the people of Israel.
Now, you will likely never hear about these things in church, but UFOs are biblical and they may hold the key to a major future event. As you probably know, we teach the Bible from a dispensational perspective. We believe that the Jewish people have been supernaturally brought back to their Land. And we believe we are living in what the Bible calls the Last Days. We also believe that one day a heavenly Trumpet will sound and Jesus will call His church home in an event we call the rapture.
Signs! Wonders! Miracles! Healings! Social Justice! Coffee bars and guitar solos! Many of our modern churches seem to have lost their way. Why is prophecy not being taught in our churches today? Why do so few pastors teach their congregations about Israel and her role in end-time prophecy? Is anyone still looking for the King’s return? Will Jesus find faith when He returns? Whatever happened to the simple Gospel message on salvation and heaven and hell? Long-time radio legend, Jan Markell, joins Gary to expose the agenda of today’s modern churches and along the way, exposes several of the ringleaders of the anti-rapture movement. Are we living in the last days? Jan’s answer may surprise you! http://www.prophecywatchers.com http://facebook.com/prophecywatchers
Prophecy is over 1/3 of the Bible ! Get resources here to understand the signs of the end times and get inspired to use the information to interpret the lies in our culture and reach our lost world!!
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