More has been written on Ezekiel 38-39 than perhaps any other two chapters in the Bible.
Why? Because they describe the great battle of Armageddon. The End Times battle. The battle of Gog & Magog. The battle in which Jesus rides in on a white horse
I hesitated to even write this article. I didn't want to bring more attention to this topic than it deserved, but ultimately I decided it's best to let light SHINE on the darkness.
Here's what happened.
We recently published a tremendous sermon by Pastor Dan Mohler. Now,
Some of the most scary, confusing and flat out ignored passages in the Bible are the ones talking about the coming Great Deception that will occur in the End Times.
Jesus himself warned in Matthew 24:24 that there would be coming a Great Deception so clever and
Christianity is not about winning an argument. It's about a life-changing personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
But still, we are called to always be prepared to give an answer!
15 But in your hearts revere Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who
You're going to think we've gone off the deep end, but I assure you we have not.
Nor have many very bright and respected Christian scholars and broadcasters. Like Steve Quayle, Tom Horn, L.A. Marzulli and Trey Smith.
I urge you to listen to what they
King Solomon famously wrote "there is nothing new under the Sun."
In other words, history tends to repeat itself. We tend to see the same things happen over and over. Another famous saying goes "he who doesn't know history tends to repeat it."
Why do I say
I wanted to take a minute to introduce you to the next great anthem of the church.
I love this song from the most recent Passion 2017 album / Passion City Church.
Here are the lyrics:
Rumors of the Son of Man
Stories of a Savior
Holiness with human
One of my favorite verses in the Bible is Proverbs 28:1.
The wicked flee though no one pursues,
but the righteous are as bold as a lion.
Don't you love the image this paints?
The wicked person lives scared of their own shadow, afraid they will be found out!
If anyone ever tells you it just takes "blind faith" to believe in Jesus, they just don't know the FACTS.
That's right, I said facts.
When you really dig into this historical scholarship, you quickly start to realize it takes WAY more faith to not believe in
God has not given us a spirit of fear or condemnation. We are supposed to live free and full lives!
So it's a problem when we become too self-critical. Sure, there's a place for Godly introspection and conviction. Yes, there are times we need to change