December 16, 2016
Family time together and the life of Jesus Christ are both wonderful. But does God want us to celebrate these things by keeping Christmas?
Does it make any difference which days we observe—or whether we keep them? Does the Bible establish whether we are to keep certain days holy to God? Were these days given to ancient Israel only? Are they binding today only on the Jewish people, while Christians are commanded to keep holidays such as Christmas?
Jesus warned that just before His Second Coming most would be deceived. To avoid this fate, you must have the key that unlocks the entire Bible.
The Jews wanted a sign that Jesus Christ was the Messiah, so He gave them the sign of Jonah. That sign also shows when Christ will return!
Revelation 10 discusses two end-time messages. The first is the most important book since the Bible. The second describes how God’s people rejected that book.
What connection does the ‘beast’ of the book of Revelation have to world events now leading to Armageddon and the end of this age?
God promises to give us the desires of our heart. But He will only bestow this marvelous blessing on one condition.
Why is there so much division in our country? Why is our economy failing? Why is the threat of war rampant on this Earth? We are at the point of no return.
The traditional family is under furious assault in the Western world. So is education. These foundational institutions of human happiness are in danger of extinction.
Matthew 24 explains the four horsemen of the apocalypse, some of the most terrifying symbols in the Bible. This chapter also foretells the exciting conclusion to what will be the worst suffering in human history.