October 3, 2014
Jesus Christ speaks to His Church. But if we don’t understand how, we will be deceived.
The book of Colossians ties in directly with Revelation 3 and the Laodicean era. Paul was in jail, absent from the problems that were beginning to creep into the Church in the first century. Today, Herbert Armstrong is dead, absent from the problems that have steadily increased in the very Church God founded through him. God removed both of those leaders for a very important reason. He wanted to see what we would do individually when a strong spiritual leader is removed. In other words, God wanted to see how well we could follow our true Leader—Jesus Christ!
I believe this is the most profound and inspiring booklet I have ever written. John was called the one whom Jesus loved. When Christ was on Earth, He probably spent more time with John than any other apostle—including Peter. Do you know why?
John was apparently the only apostle not to be martyred. He didn’t write his Gospel until about 30 years after Christ’s death. Later he wrote his epistles. He also wrote the book of Revelation while he was imprisoned on the isle of Patmos.
John’s Gospel discusses many foundational and deep subjects the other Gospels don’t. He was the only writer to explain who the Word was and why His sacrifice should inspire us forever! No Gospel writer describes the God Family vision as John does.
Only John discusses these subjects: the mighty I AM and who He really was; the resurrection of Lazarus and how it relates to your incredible human potential; the Samaritan woman and what she means for the world; why Jesus wept, which even most of God’s own people don’t understand.
I believe you will be joyfully stunned when you understand these mind-gripping subjects. You need to read and study this powerful message. If you do, it will help you mightily in building God’s joy in your life.
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.