The Burden of Damascus - The city of Damascus will be completely destroyed just before the start of the Tribulation.
The Land of Whirring Wings - A great western country will control much of the world and be led by Antichrist.
The Burden of Egypt - The country of Egypt will be completely destroyed early in the tribulation.
Independence Day - This is Satan's version of the events that take place at the beginning of the Tribulation.
Heaven vs the Kingdom of Heaven - The difference between Heaven and the Kingdom of Heaven is explained.
The Kingdom of God - The three aspects of the Kingdom of God are explained in detail.
The Sermon on the Mount - The Sermon on the Mount summarizes the expectations of Jesus for those who have followed Him as disciples. The theme of the sermon is entrance into the kingdom of heaven.
Daniel's Seventy Weeks - Danielís prophecy of the seventy weeks in Daniel 9:24-27 concerns three time periods dealing with the nation of Israel.
The Four Beasts out of the Sea - Daniel explains the leading world empires of the end times.
The Day of The Lord - God brings destruction on those who are proud and arrogant.
The Days of Noah - The days of Noah represent the time between the Firstfruits Rapture and the Main Harvest Rapture of the Church.
The End of the World - The media sets the stage for blaming Christians for any war in the Middle East, and especially the final battle of Armageddon.
The New Jerusalem - New Jerusalem is a figure for the Church of God.
The Church at Thyatira: the Catholic Church - Jesus has both good and bad things to say about the Catholic Church.
The Church at Sardis: the Protestant Church - Jesus evaluates the works of the Protestant church. It needs to be watching for Christ's return and to be more faithful by walking closer to God by prayer and applying scripture to the way members live their lives.
A member's view of the Protestant Church - Some observations of how the current Protestant Church operates in the last days of the church age.
The Church at Philadelphia: the faithful Church - Members of this church are considered by Jesus as His most faithful and they will be partcipants in the First Fruits Rapture and miss all seven years of the Tribulation.
The Church at Laodicea: the worldly and self-deceived Church - Jesus evaluates the faith of the end-time church of Laodicea. It is greatly lacking in faith and will be severly tested in the first half of the Tribulation.
He Cometh with Clouds - This is a chronological outline of prophetic events from Jesus' first coming to His second coming in power and glory.
Rebekah - Rebekah is a type of the Bride of Christ.
Impossible to Bring to Repentance - A faithful Christian that falls away from faith in Jesus will not be given a second opportunity to repent and then follow Him again.
Justification vs Sanctification - The difference between justification and sanctification is the difference between spirit salvation and soul salvation.
Lust of the Flesh vs Fruit of the Spirit - A Christian can either follow God, producing spiritual fruit or can follow his own selfish interests, producing death of the soul.
The Doctrine of Election - Calvinism is compared to Arminianism. Both are right and both are wrong. Scripture is analyzed to provide the correct interpretation of election.
Outer Darkness - To be cast into outer darkness is to fail to enter the King's dominion. There are serious consequences of being unfaithful to Christ.
Earth's Destiny - Read to find out what happens to the earth after the millennium Kingdom.
The Great Comission - Scriptures are analyzed to determine what is the Great Comission as written in Matthew 28.
Jonah - The verses of the Book of Jonah are analyzed to determine what actually happened to Jonah when he was swallowed by the great sea creature.
Predestination - All Christians are predestined for salvation. This salvation is accomplished because God saves who He wants to save. The holy scripture is analyzed in detail in this article.
The Coming Rapture - The pretribulation rapture of Jesus' most faithful saints is analyzed from scripture verses.
The Main Harvest Rapture - Christians still alive at mid-Tribulation will be taken to Heaven in the Main Harvest Rapture.
The Olivet Discourse - Matthew, chapter 24 and 25 are analyzed and include prophecy about the Church, and the Jews and Gentiles saved during the Tribulation.
The Separation - The Philadelphia Christian is separated from the less faithful Christian just before the start of the Tribulation. This is called the First Fruits Rapture. Unfaithful Christians will then have an opportunity to become more faithful by enduring persecution during the first half of the Tribulation.
The Seven Feasts - The seven feasts of Israel are described in Leviticus 23. They are a shadow of the coming Messiah and promise ultimate salvation for the Jew.
Lazarus Come Forth - This is a prophetic study of the resurrection of Lazarus, which is a depiction of the resurrection of Israel at the end of the Tribulation.
Feeding of the 5000 - This prophetic study describes how the Main Harvest Christians will be given a deep study of the Holy Bible so they will be prepared for serving Jesus during the first half of the Tribulation.
The Little Horn - Daniel forecasts the rise in power of the Antichrist who will persecute the unfaithful Christian during the first half of the Tribulation.
He is Coming Soon - The Bible is very clear about the fact that Jesus Christ is coming again and probably very soon. Many verses from the Old and New Testaments are analyzed that promise His return.
The Last Days of the Church Age - The events at the end of the Church Age are described which includes the preparation of the Main Harvest Christians for God's service in the first half of the Tribulation.
Mystery Babylon - Read to find out which nation during the Tribulation will control much of the world.
What time is it? - What is time on God's clock and what should it mean to us?
Ezekiel chapters 38 and 39 - Several nations around Israel attack it during the first half of the Tribulation.
Babylon is Destroyed - Find out when and why Babylon is destroyed in the Tribulation.
The Battle of Armageddon - At the very end of the Tribulation, Jesus destroys all of the armies of the world.
The Tribulation Temple - Israel builds a temple to God and Antichrist desecrates it at mid-Tribulation.
The Millennial Kingdom - Jesus rules the world in righteousness during the thousand year kingdom.