Will People Awaken when it is “High Time”?

DECEMBER 23, 2018 / C.H. FISHER “And do this, knowing the time, that now it is high time to awake out of sleep; for now our salvation is nearer than when we first believed.” – Romans 13:11 The Greek word for “high time” is hōra, which means; a definite time or season, the twelfth hour or end of the day immediately before darkness. Of course, it is … Continue reading Will People Awaken when it is “High Time”?

What does the Bible say about the bride and the marriage of the Lamb?

The marriage of the Lamb is one of the greatest events in the Bible. But who is Jesus’ bride? Written by Brian Janz The marriage of the Lamb (Jesus) is one of the greatest events prophesied in the Bible. But who is Jesus’ bride? “Let us be glad and rejoice and give Him glory, for the marriage of the Lamb has come, and His wife has … Continue reading What does the Bible say about the bride and the marriage of the Lamb?

The Growing Denial of the Rapture!

It’s absolutely amazing to reflect upon the growing denial that the rapture of the Church is imminent. Somehow, it is becoming more and more fashionable to reject the most amazing and encouraging promise in all Scripture. Yet the promise is there, and clearly presented: At some time approaching the beginning of the seven-year tribulation, the Church – the Body of Christ, living and dead – … Continue reading The Growing Denial of the Rapture!

A MESSAGE OF HOPE FROM DR. JACK VAN IMPE – THE TIME OF JACOB’S TROUBLE

THE TIME OF JACOB’S TROUBLE For nearly two thousand years we have been living in a parenthesis, a prophetic interval, a time “in between.” Daniel’s prophecy in the vision of the seventy weeks called for a period of 490 years when God would deal especially with Israel. When Christ offered Himself as the Prince of Israel, 483 years, or 69 weeks of years, had been … Continue reading A MESSAGE OF HOPE FROM DR. JACK VAN IMPE – THE TIME OF JACOB’S TROUBLE

Messiah’s Lament

As for me, I will behold thy face in righteousness: I shall be satisfied, when I awake with thy likeness. —Psalm 17:15 This morning a dove landed on the railing outside. I heard her voice first and then I saw her, less than ten feet away, finding shelter in the weathered edges of my home. A year ago, two maybe? The words came with soft … Continue reading Messiah’s Lament

Appointed To Hope: The Bridegroom Has Not Tarried

…this I know, That in my flesh I shall see God, Whom I shall see for myself, And my eyes shall behold, and not another. How my heart yearns within me! —Job 19:25-27 While I’ve been aware of these last days at other points in my life,  this degree of high-alert is new to me. I’ve never felt so urgent. I’m jumping at everything sort-of-trumpety. I ache … Continue reading Appointed To Hope: The Bridegroom Has Not Tarried

It’s obvious once you think about it.

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O Come, O Come, Emmanuel!

We have another reader contribution to share with you.  This one is from SilentKnight (thank you, brother!).  I have to say that I find this Scripturally/exegetically convincing for a number of reasons, but time does not permit me to unpack that all myself.  In short, I think that Isaiah 7:14, like Revelation 12:5, speaks both of Christ and His Church.  Both are necessary parts in the fulfillment … Continue reading O Come, O Come, Emmanuel!