Why War Might Begin Next Month

The war of words over the past week and weeks between the US and Iran moved up a notch in a very, very big way. And, I originally thought that this was just rhetoric, until I realized that the cause was a little-reported incident in the Red Sea that happened on Wednesday.

The Iran-backed Houthi rebels attempted – and almost succeeded – to sink two Saudi oil tankers. And, it appears that Saudi Arabia might have very quietly activated an agreement with the US, to protect Saudi Arabia from Iran.

That, my friends, means war.

I hope that you’ll be ready for this.

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The Words of Jesus

Can anyone deny that we live in the Last Days?

Of course not. At least… if you are being honest.

And, those of us who understand that we are in the Last Days… well …we are very interested in how this period of time will unfold. After all, we are at the ground zero of history, and our personal survival is at stake.

More importantly, the Last Days will challenge our ability to serve God, and we want to do the best that we can, while we can – so that we will hear “Well Done”, when we stand before Jesus in the First Judgment.

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The Assault on Paul

There has been a real hatred for Paul the Apostle, from the very beginning of his ministry, until now. And, it’s a Satanic hatred that seeks to undermine the Bible and the Body of Christ.

Worst of all, recent versions of this Satanic hatred are coming from those who call themselves Christian. I’m used to hearing non-Christians attack Paul. I’ve this stuff for decades.

But, ‘christians’?

Really?

Yes, Really. And, I’m afraid that this development is going to increase as corruption within our churches also increases. Jesus spoke of these kinds of things happening in the Last Days, but it still boggles the mind to see it.

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False Prophets Shall Arise

When the steam powered printing press was invented in 1843, false teaching and false prophets were given the one thing that they needed to deceive the Body of Christ. It made their profane theology available to the average person, and their books crept into seminaries everywhere. It spread corruption far and wide, to every part of the earth.

Before the printing press, Christians only had the Bible to rely upon – with the guidance of the Holy Spirit. It was too difficult and expensive for ill-conceived commentary to get very far. And now, with the Internet, corrupt ideas spread at the speed of light.

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