The ‘Times of the Gentiles’, Great Tribulation & Peter the Roman?

February 12, 2013 | By Lu Paradise — 101 total views

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The following is indeed a fascinating verse and interpretations have been galore. We don’t know exactly WHEN this prophecy will be fulfilled, as that would imply that we know the actual date of the return of the Master of the House! There may be a correlation with the announced retirement of Pope Benedict and St. Malachi’s prediction of  Last Pope “Peter the Roman, who will feed his people in Great Tribulation!” This is the verse…

“And they shall fall by the edge of the sword, and shall be led away captive into all nations: and Jerusalem shall be trodden down of the Gentiles, until the times of the Gentiles be fulfilled.” Luke 21:24.

In 70 AD the Romans took Jerusalem, burned the temple, crucified thousands of Judaeans on its surrounding hills, and sent over 100.000 of them into ‘Diaspora! Then Jerusalem began to be “trodden down of the Gentiles” for the next 2000 years even until today, as is genetically proven that Israelis have less Judean DNA than the Palestinians living there! So the question still remains: WHEN will these “times of the Gentiles” be fulfilled? Let’s make some educated guesses! Continue reading “The ‘Times of the Gentiles’, Great Tribulation & Peter the Roman?”

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Is Jesus Christ obsolete or still relevant in the 21st Century?

June 29, 2010 | By Lu Paradise | 577 total views

2000 years ago this year, around 10 AD, Jesus was about 13-14 years old, and it would take him another 16 years in obscurity before he would begin to make His mark on our history. And what an indelible mark it was! If anyone would ask, “Who was the most famous person that ever lived?”, the most likely answer almost anybody would give would not be Hitler or Napoleon or even Adam, but… Jesus Christ.

What did He ever do to deserve this mark of fame (or notoriety, depending on where you’re coming from), He wasn’t in the public eye more than three years! He was no politician, scientist, or even some great scholar, nor a mere “magician” as His contemporary enemies the Pharisees, accused Him of using “magical powers.” (Notice that they didn’t deny the miracles!)JesusLonghair

Continue reading “Is Jesus Christ obsolete or still relevant in the 21st Century?”