Just when I thought it was going to be an uneventful night, I was blessed with a little excitement. I'm writing this in a hotel room in California preparing to minister on television tomorrow — when I just happened to be looking at the Christian Post and to my surprise saw an attack piece by a man named Jerry Bowyer … largely concerning me.
I do appreciate the honor of such attention, and I'm usually far too busy dealing with much more pressing things to respond. But having a few spare minutes on hand in this hotel room, it is sometimes good to set the record straight.
In a nutshell, Bowyer wrote that I have offered proofs of the blood moon patterns, said that market collapses could be predicted down to the days, and thus had to happen, added a jubilee as an afterthought, changed my view on the jubilee and the shemitah, timed it all for the sake of publication schedules — and alleges I'm part of something he calls the 'blood moon industry,' etc. more >>
What should Christians be doing while they await Jesus Christ's return?
Believers should take advantage of the opportunities that God has afforded them and use them for His glory. That's the message conveyed in a blog posted by Harvest Christian Fellowship Senior Pastor Greg Laurie on Wednesday.
Laurie explains that in ancient times when a wealthy man left his home to go on a journey, he would often leave his highly trusted servants with the authority to run his household and to oversee his finances. more >>
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee claimed that numerous "fearmongering," apocalyptic predictions in the media over global warming continue turning out to be false, but insisted that he does not deny climate change.
"Polls consistently show that despite constant media fearmongering over climate change being a bigger danger than ISIS, a nuclear Iran and Alec Baldwin's temper put together, most Americans just aren't that concerned," Huckabee wrote in a Facebook post on Tuesday.
"Maybe it's because if you've been alive long enough, you've seen so many apocalyptic predictions come and go (remember when tuna became an $80-a-can rare delicacy in the 1980s? Me, neither.) And yet the world is still here, there are still fish in the sea, and the $9 million oceanfront mansion Al Gore bought with the money he made off of scary predictions of rising sea levels is still as dry as one of his speeches," he added. more >>
The latest book written by pastor and best-selling author David Jeremiah, head of Shadow Mountain Community Church in El Cajon, California, is being featured this month at the world famous Times Square in New York City.
The book, titled Is This The End? Signs of God's Providence in a Disturbing New World, is divided into two parts centered on two questions. The first asks if the end of America is near and the second asks if the end of the world is near.
In a statement released on Tuesday, Jeremiah said it's "easy to look at today's headlines, both in America and around the world, and get discouraged." more >>
The Islamic State terror group is defending the village of Dabiq in northern Syria as U.S.-backed Syrian rebels launch attacks, seeking to liberate the village that IS believes will be the center of an apocalyptic battle between Christians and Islamists.
"If matters proceed as planned, within 48 hours we will be in Dabiq," Ahmed Osman, commander of the Sultan Murad Free Syrian Army, told Reuters on Monday.
The Independent reports that at least 15 Turkish and Syrian rebels have been killed in the fighting near Dabiq, but a much fiercer battle is expected to take place for the village which is in the center of IS' propaganda operation. more >>
People wrong each other every day. Some are sorry for their misdeeds while others are content to "get away with it." But during the End Times there will come a day of reckoning when all will be held accountable and will not be able to rebut the charges leveled against them. Their words of dissent will be "stopped."
"No one on the Last Day will legitimately be able to shake their fist to God and say, 'How you're treating me is unfair,'" Christian apologist Lee Strobel tells The Christian Post amid the recently release of his newly-revised New York Times bestseller The Case for Christ.
God will set all wrongs right, and Strobel speaks from personal experience. "I've been the victim of crime before and the perpetrator was never discovered and you feel that injustice," he said. "I think all of us long for the Final Days when the scales will be set right. When God will judge … Because nobody escapes God." more >>