We are to watch and pray for the Lord’s return. We will help you do so by keeping our eyes on the signs of the times and reporting them to you. Jesus chastised the Pharisees for not knowing the signs of the times in His day. So He wants to us know the signs today, for they instill in us hope for the future and encourage us to evangelize the lost while there is still time.

The Necessity of a Literal Interpretation of Bible Prophecy – Jonathan Brentner

Why do so many believers today remain blind to the numerous signs that we live in the last days? I believe a key reason for this lies with pastors and teachers today who in large numbers embrace amillennialism, a belief system that dismisses biblical prophecies related to Jesus’ thousand-year rule and the restoration of a kingdom for Israel. As a result, they regard the miraculous emergence of Israel as a nation as mere coincidence without any prophetic significance.

The Great Reset Versus the Great Renewal

In my last few posts, I have examined the plans of the globalists to merge humans with machines. The true motive of these transhumanists is that of monitoring the behavior of people for the purpose of exerting absolute control over them.

However, there’s good news for those willing to believe. Jesus promises us life to the fullest via the great renewal He has planned for our planet. At His Second Coming, the Lord will restore creation to its original splendor.

Pre-Trib Rapture Arguments

It is a list of 45 reasons why I believe the Pre-Trib Rapture is right (save it so you can give it to Mid-Trib believers, Post-Trib believers, unsure believers, etc.).

1) There are no passages in either the Old Testament or the New Testament that say the Church will go through the Tribulation Period.

2) The Tribulation Period is called the “Time of Jacob’s Trouble” [The time of unbelieving Israel’s Trouble], but it is never called the time of the Church’s Trouble (Jer. 30:7).

Amazon Expands Pay By Palm – Another Precursor To The Mark Of The Beast?

Amazon One, which debuted in September and is currently in use at about a dozen Amazon physical stores, allows shoppers to pay for items by placing their palm over a scanning device.  The first time shoppers use the kiosk, they have to insert a credit card to link it with their palm print. But after that, shoppers can pay simply by holding their hand over the kiosk.