In Matthew 24, Christ unlocks the meaning of the seals of Revelation. The first four seals are also known as the four horsemen of the apocalypse. Do you understand the meaning of the seven seals of Revelation?
We have taught for about twenty years that Germany was going to conquer Iran and radical Islam. But we’ve never taught you how it was going to happen. There’s just one little word in a prophecy of Daniel that shows us how Germany will conquer Iran and its allies.
The Old Testament book of Haggai is an end-time book. And in that book God says, “I will shake all nations.” The focus is on the time we’re living in today—a very dangerous time. We see a proliferation of nuclear weapons and nuclear missiles. Global economies are being wrecked. We see terrorist attacks. We see nations attacking other nations. People are fearful because God is shaking the nations. But why would God do that? What is His purpose? God has a purpose in everything He does.
The King James Bible calls it the Song of Solomon, but that is not really the name of the book. The name should be Song of Songs. It’s God’s song—not Solomon’s. This greatest love song is directed toward God’s people. It offers great hope and a great warning.
Who or what is the “beast” of the book of Revelation? What does biblical prophecy reveal about world events now leading to Armageddon and the end of this age?
This week’s headlines have been alarming. Terrorists maim and murder innocent victims with two bombings at the Boston Marathon. The horror of an abortion clinic comes to light in the heart-wrenching trial of an abortion doctor. Meanwhile, parents grope for answers after their 6- and 7-year olds were killed by a mass murderer. North Korea continues to threaten nuclear war. Iran pursues nuclear terrorism.