Philadelphia Trumpet • June 2003 • Volume 14, NO. 5
From the Trumpet’s earliest editions, our editor in chief has focused readers’ attention on specific prophecies about Iran and the Middle East. The Iraq War has shown us how these may be fulfilled.
This headline first appeared in the Trumpet in December 1994. Recent events make this even more of a possibility.
Defeating Iraq was one thing, rebuilding it is another. America is stretched thin, and “old Europe” knows it.
Behind the news on Iraq: Thanks to Poland’s imminent entry into the European Union, the EU will gain a presence but a step from its coveted icon—Jerusalem!
America seems unprecedentedly strong. Is it possible that the nation is actually under a curse of weakness?
Will America’s success in Iraq translate into economic stability? When looking at what props up the world economy, the answer is clear.
Living beyond your means is a form of slavery. Here’s a guide to taking control and finding financial freedom.
The significance of the outbreak goes far beyond the media hype or the health implications: Its impacts will be economic, political—even prophetic.
Regime change is the answer. But not as most may think!