Bible Prophecy Series

Part 1: Can the Bible be trusted? Our present world situation. Are you a scoffer? Has God replaced Israel with the church? Distinguishing features of the people of Israel.

Part 2: The root cause of anti-Semitism. The German-American National Alliance and The Long Island Express. The Madrid Peace Process and The Perfect Storm. Record breaking natural disasters.

Part 3: Birth pains. The age of religious deception. Why study Bible prophecy? Two characteristics that signify the end of the age: godlessness and apostasy. Signs the present age is coming to a close.

Part 4: The key event that signals this age is coming to a close. The prophecy of King Nebuchadnezzar’s statue. Daniel’s vision. The 70 weeks of Daniel.

Part 5: The Book of Revelation. The 7-year tribulation period. The 144,000. The Temple Mount. The two witnesses.

Part 6: The Antichrist. The fatal wound that is healed. The Arab Spring.

Part 7: The mark of the beast. The False Prophet. The one-world religion. The woman who rides the beast. The Battle of Armageddon.

Part 8: The great white throne of judgment. Is Hell a real place? The New Jerusalem. Evidence of true conversion – are you really saved?

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About alongthenarrowway

I grew up in the ‘60’s and 70’s… the era of self! The age of self-indulgence and self-absorption promoted by the onslaught of self-help books in the pursuit of a higher self-esteem. The “I’m Okay, You’re Okay” generation. It was only natural then that I grew up with a false sense of self-righteousness. I saw myself as a good person by my own merits… my own accomplishments. If I ever gave heaven any thought, I was convinced that I was good enough to go if for no other reason than there were far worse people than me. You know the ones… liars, thieves and murderers? Well, in August of 1978 my pedestal of self-exultation was yanked out from beneath my feet when I was shown through the scriptures what God thought of my “goodness.” I was shocked to learn that I would not be judged by man’s standards someday, which are comparatively low, but by God’s standards! BIG difference! I learned that just one tiny little sin – even a little lie - would prevent me from entering into heaven. And when I did a self-assessment, I realized that I had not told just one lie, but many lies! And not only told lies, but I had stolen… many times! Okay… just little stuff but it was stealing all the same! And then worst of all… God considered hatred to be murder! How many times had I hated someone in my 19 years?? So I was a murderer too?!? Suddenly, my “goodness” didn’t seem so good anymore and my good deeds had become like filthy rags. I realized there was nothing whatsoever redeemable in me by God and suddenly the thought hit me… if I were to die at that moment, I wouldn’t be going to heaven, but to hell. With that understanding, I cast off my self-righteousness and threw myself at the mercy of the only One who could save me from hell… Jesus. In utter humility and repentance I asked Jesus to save me because I realized there was nothing I could do to save myself. That was over 30 years ago when I changed course and began to walk the narrow road that leads to heaven. It has not necessarily been an easy road to travel and it’s been costly at times. Also, finding the narrow road was very difficult. I had to come to Jesus in brokenness and repentance over my sin. I had to acknowledge that if I got what I really deserved, I’d end up in hell. It’s now no longer about myself… but about Christ. Like the hymn says: “Jesus paid it all, all to Him I owe. Sin had left a crimson stain, He washed it white as snow." Jesus tells us%2
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