Jesus Christ established God’s true Church almost 2,000 years ago. There is a purpose for God’s true Church that sets it apart from the rest.
When Jesus Christ founded the New Testament Church, He said the gates of hell would not prevail against it. He prophesied of seven successive eras it would undergo before His Second Coming, and even foretold the predominant character of each. History shows that God’s true Church—though it has gone largely unnoticed—has survived through the 20 centuries since that time, fulfilling Christ’s prophecies in specific detail. Now, on the cusp of Christ’s return, this dramatic and miraculous story can be fully told!
The Bible lays out specific events that will lead directly to the return of Jesus Christ. Once you know the biblical identities of modern nations, current events fit together into prophecy like pieces of a puzzle. Russia and China are two very big pieces of this puzzle.
The life and work of Herbert W. Armstrong provide a vivid testament of his deep faith in God.
Iran is focused on America and the Jewish nation of Israel, unaware that a rising German-led superpower already has it surrounded.
As hurricanes and fires wreck and ravage America, the question must be asked: Is God answering our prayers?
In America and Britain today, history is becoming a forgotten subject. Our leaders display contempt for history and our professors ignore it completely. This is a grave error with devastating consequences.
One of America’s foremost leaders has twice misquoted a vital scripture in recent months. This scripture provides the solution to America’s horrifying problems.
God revealed the truth about the little book discussed in Revelation thousands of years ago to the Apostle John. But God also told John not to write it down so this little book has been kept a secret until this end time.
The deadly riots in Charlottesville, Virginia, prove that America is deeply divided. A dark spiritual force is behind America’s sudden decline, but God will intervene to save the U.S. from annihilation.