The Key of David

The Key of David

Presenter Gerald Flurry discusses world events in the light of end-time Bible prophecy. This is the audio format for his Key of David television program. The Key of David emulates the tradition and format, as well as the depth, of the late Herbert W. Armstrong’s telecast, The World Tomorrow, one of the most popular religious programs of its time.

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The biblical example of one ancient king shows us how to handle trials, even when they turn into mountainous obstacles.

God prophesies of a coming German leader who will be worse than Adolf Hitler. To understand how this man will gain power, we must comprehend the unseen force that guided Hitler.

The November 13th terrorist attacks in Paris reveal a major shift in world power.

The prophet Hosea talks about Judah’s wound. What is this fatal wound?

The Bible’s record of God’s Church abruptly ends during the lifetime of the Apostle John.

Learn to search the Scriptures with an understanding of their duality.

More than 2,500 years ago, the Prophet Habakkuk warned of nuclear winter in this end time. Yet he was filled with hope. How can you develop this hope in your life?

The end-time Elijah died in 1986. But God did not.

American society is crumbling under the weight of domestic problems like family breakdown, race riots and drug addiction.

Steve Jobs died on October 5, 2011. Jobs was the co-founder of Apple Computer. Shortly after his death, Jobs’s official biographer, Walter Isaacson described him as the “creative entrepreneur whose passion for perfection and ferocious drive revolutionized six industries: personal computers, animated movies, music, phones, tablet computing, and digital publishing.” He had a passion for perfection. On today’s Key of David program, Gerald Flurry looks at this attribute of Steve Job’s life and how it should be developed in all people, physically and spiritually.