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Our purpose is to help people understand the times according to the Bible, contend for the faith in Jesus Christ, and help the Church stand against deception as watchmen on the wall in these last days!
“We believe every single word of what we said in it,” he said. “I believe it’s a contemporary problem in our society. The occult is everywhere. [Young people] don’t understand that they’re playing with fire.” Konzelman hopes the themes in “Nefarious” help bring people “who would never go near a church” to stop and consider the true battle raging between good and evil.
Mark Henry, Tom Hughes, and Jan Markell ask this question at a recent Understanding the Times one-night gathering in Minneapolis. Are the foreshadowed events in the Bible casting a shadow on the Church Age? This video is less than 5 minutes.
Although the final point may give people hope that the reforms, if adopted, would lead to a preservation of the fundamental character of Christian schools, that is not the case. In fact, if the ALRC recommendations are enacted, Christian schools will be compelled to permit the promotion of ideology which contradicts Christian beliefs on marriage, sexuality and identity.
Yes, I believe the biggest revival ever will occur after the rapture due to the ministry of the 144k protected Jewish witnesses, the 2 witnesses in Jerusalem, resources left behind, and because many who heard their “crazy” Christian friends and relatives talk about the rapture will realize what happened and finally turn to Christ.
That’s the depth of God’s mercy to us. At the moment of our salvation, God declares us to be “not guilty” of all our many sins, past, present, and future. And the good news is that it’s impossible for anyone to overturn that verdict! That’s the glorious message of Romans 8:31-39.