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I Never Thought I Would See the Day (Part 2)

I Never Thought I Would See the Day (Part 2)

Last November I wrote an article listing a number of things I didn’t think I would see in my lifetime. Prophecy Update even turned it into a short video that almost 200,000 people have viewed.   Now six months later, I’ve come up with another list of unbelievable happenings that I never thought I would live to see. Sure, we live in crazy times. A lot of things the Bible predicted are now happening at break-neck speed but it still leaves me speechless. Here’s my updated list I never thought I’d live to see: Churches would not just recognize the Islamic holiday known as Ramadan, they would join in on the “celebration” while hundreds of innocents were being killed at the very same time. Women’s sporting activities would be curtailed because transgenders can now participate as women even though they are males. The WWII anti-Nazi term “the resistance” would be applied to those opposed to a U.S. President — Donald Trump. Lucifer would get his own TV show, first on the Fox Network and now on Netflix. In fact, he is glorified as a good guy — handsome, charming, and funny. Someday Christ-rejecters won’t be laughing. Netflix will also have an animated drag queen series for children. (But whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in me to sin, it would be better to have a great millstone fastened around his neck and to be drowned in the depth of the sea: Matthew 18:6). I would turn on any form of media and the only story being talked about would be President Trump — and always in a negative light! Can’t the Left give him an ounce of credit And what about all the other significant stories the media is just ignoring My tax dollars would be spent to the tune of hundreds of thousands of dollars to better understand why lesbians are obese. Seven out of nine Supreme Court Justices would all agree on a religious liberty case — Colorado baker Jack Phillips. There is hope for our Republic! Public libraries in my neck of the woods — the Twin Cities — would have “drag story hours” with cross-dressers— for little children. Talk about the return of the Days of Noah. The Department of Homeland Security would announce that it intends to compile a comprehensive list of hundreds of thousands of journalists, editors, bloggers, and folks like me. They will collect any “information that could be relevant about them.” The residents of Gaza would take Japan’s gift Read More

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The Blessed Hope or the Blasted Hope? The Attack on Bible Prophecy

The Blessed Hope or the Blasted Hope? The Attack on Bible Prophecy

Jan Markell | Olive Tree Ministries Even folks who generally don't notice our times are paying attention right now. The birth pangs are intensifying with tragic consequences and loss of life. The earth is reeling.  A parade of potentates has addressed the United Nations this week trying to manage earth's problems. The head of the European Union wants to have a single E.U. leader so that body can "make the world great again." Russia is on the move. North Korea is making astounding threats. Iran's intentions are a menace to the entire globe. Israel is striking in Syria. The area around Yellowstone is rumbling. Days of Noah behavior is stunning with the aberrant actions being celebrated. There is a seduction in the storm resulting in end-time deception running amok and false teachings and teachers being glorified. Sound doctrine is scarce. Life as we know it has changed. We are not in Kansas anymore. All of this, and more to come, was predicted for a last generation. Anyone who follows this ministry -- its radio program, website, conference activity, and more -- knows that I have a specific burden. Churches have dropped the greatest news there is today -- the King is coming. And there is a crown for all of those who long for His appearing (II Timothy 4:8). This past summer I put all of these thoughts into a new DVD: "How the Blessed Hope Became the Blasted Hope: The Attack on Bible Prophecy."  It grieves me that the topic is marginalized and mocked but even that fulfills Scripture (II Peter 3:3). Who is responsible for this Consider these issues which represent just a portion of the one-hour presentation: Read More