Author and Blogger Ken Schortgen, founder of TheDailyEconomist.com joins me to discuss the Rothschild’s plan for Israel and his book on the subject, ‘The Israel Deception’. MUST WATCH! Especially for most church Christians who “love Israel”!
Bible Music for Children – Greatest Adventures Full Album Part 1
Bible Music for Children – Greatest Adventures Full Album Part 2
The following Fox news sensational documentary is just that, sensational, but without any spiritual validity. A little boy interested in WW2 airplanes who remembered names and other uncanny information only known to one personality of the past, they conclude that James is a reincarnation of WW2 pilot James.
Not so. The most logical conclusion is not reincarnation but that the first James the air pilot came to little James as a spirit helper and gave him all the personal information of other pilots names, the aircraft carrier he was working on, the airplane know how, and even family names of relatives. MUST WATCH. Continue reading “No reincarnation but a lost spirit helper opts a little boy as avatar?”
Below is an article I found on diasporafoundation.org, which is a new kind of Facebook substitute, and a comment exchange I had with the writer, that may be interesting for others who are influenced by this – IMHO- wrong view. I am neither a believer in Left Behind Zionist Evangelical interpretations of Bible prophecy, but I don’t believe that most things are alrady happened and in the past! You can join Diaspora too and find me there under ‘ParadisePost’.
Here follows the article by Robin:
Has Most Bible Prophecy Already Been Fulfilled?
I know #end-times stuff has been really popular for decades. It sells a lot of books and makes a lot of money for “experts” in #bible#prophecy. Even when their #predictions and prognostications prove to be utterly false over and over again, guys like Hal Lindsey and a host of others still are believed and still sell books and seminars and videos. I think it hurts #gospel#evangelism a great deal when these guys claim that their predictions come straight from the bible! When they don’t come true, people are like, “Well, I guess Hal Lindsey just proved the bible to be false!” Are these people more likely to be receptive to the gospel after some “prophecy expert” seemingly just “proved” the bible to be false? I don’t think so.
Continue reading “An Article & Comment Exchange! “Has Most Bible Prophecy Already Been Fulfilled?””
Paradise Intro: Jesus told us that you can tell true prophets by their fruits. What fruit? Other children of God, souls won, people loved, minds won for the Kingdom. Can you gather grapes from thorns? No! They hurt. And then there are many who are windbags with lots of books and CDs and fancy TV studios, often making loads of money. And the vague ones the author below describes that make you feel you are missing something because you follow the simplicity in Christ. True prophets never wanted to be prophets. They were called like, “Hey stop plowing and planting sycamore trees, but rather go tell my words to my disobedient people!” Ah Lord! Why ME!” Like Jonas! he preferred to swim over being God’s warning voice to Nineveh! Or there are prophets who don’t think they are prophets, but ploop! It comes out of their mouths without knowing why, as they are inspired to tell off the Americans from a heart of love for their poor massacred victims. And there are prophets who do the household chores and tell the kids and old men to take of their shoes please. I love the last ones. But the windbags? Nah, they don;t often even know their Bibles, and haven’t been through the wringer of an active sacrificial missionary life or service life to eleven kids or drug addicts in Hong Kong. THOSE are gold tried in the fire, like Jacky Pullinger, as just one example, as I don’t want to name names now like L.A.Marshallulli for example. Ha! God bless this writer who had got inspired like this. A humble prophet! GBH!
When Jesus said, “I counsel thee to buy of me gold tried in the fire, that thou mayest be rich; and white raiment, that thou mayest be clothed, and that the shame of thy nakedness do not appear; and anoint thine eyes with eyesalve, that thou mayest see” (Revelation 3:18). What could He have possibly meant by this? In some ways the answer to what He meant is in the verse before this which says, “Because thou sayest, I am rich, and increased with goods, and have need of nothing; and knowest not that thou art wretched, and miserable, and poor, and blind, and naked.” Continue reading
ENGLISH BELOW CHINESE!
聖經和上帝先知的話語，才是世上唯一真正的報紙或新聞雜誌！所有新聞或報紙告訴你的全是些已發生過的事情，因此它們並不真是刊載新聞的報紙，而是刊 載歷史的報紙！但是聖經告訴我們有關明日將會發生的事。聖經有數以千計敘述詳情的預言，實際在敘述一些特別指定的人物、地點、時間、情況和事件，它們在事 情發生的數千年以前就已被預言了！（請讀以賽亞書34:16;42:9;彼得後書1:19-21）
聖經中有許多預言，在敘述這個世界歷史 的最後一段時期，也就是耶穌再回來，終止今日所有不公平的事，在世上建立祂自己的愛與和平的王國之前的那段時期。那是人類的王國在這地球上統治的最後時 期，聖經稱為「末世」、「末後的日子」、「末時」等等。你我現在就正生活在這段時間裡！（請讀但以理書2:28;8:23;12:4） Continue reading “你想要知道你的未來嗎？Would You Like To Know Your Future?”
By Mark McMillion
If you are a student of the future events predicted in the Bible, you’ve almost certainly heard the verse quoted, “No man knows the day and the hour” (Matthew 24:36). My experience is that this is often brought up by folks who want to negate the revealed plan of the future that Bible prophecy presents. And I suppose a light reading of that verse could persuade some people to look at things that way. In other words, “No man knows the day and hour” so therefore “Forget about the whole thing! Don’t even try to understand it.” Or so they say. Continue reading ““No man knows the day and hour””
The Ark replica is HUGE, but still too short, as Ken Ham didn’t use the Egyptian “royal cubit”, and therefore it is somewhat shorter than the real one! Nevertheless it is a mighty witness of God’s provision and prevision for the future appr. 4500 years ago.
Al Jazeerah trots out Billy Nye the “Science Man” to say the Flood is “not reasonable”, but that was to be expected.
Continue reading “Ham’s Ark Unveiled in Kentucky HUGE but a bit too short as no Egyptian Cubit”
by Lu Paradise • 2010-06-16 • 520 views
During the last half of the reign of the Antichrist, the three-and-a-half-year period known as the Great Tribulation, those who refuse to worship him or accept his mark, or number, will not be able to buy or sell. We who worship God will be persecuted, but our faith in God will save us. At the end of this period, Jesus will come back to rescue us, destroy the Antichrist’s worldwide economic, political and religious system, and set up His own kingdom here on Earth.
The technology needed to institute the mark of the Beast-technology unheard of only a few years ago-is rapidly developing. Consider the following:
Microchipped to Serve
At a time when conspiracy theories abound, perhaps no one is more outspoken than former TV sports commentator and spokesman for the British Green Party, David Icke, who has written 10 books supporting the same basic premise: The same few people, organizations and secret societies are taking over the world-and us. This Elite, according to Icke, creates the news and then pipes it to us. They engineer events and set the trends-wars, revolutions, terrorist attacks, assassinations, political and economic upheavals, international drug trafficking-then form our perception of those things through the media that they also control. They are masters of collective and individual mind control, and their aim is to master us! Continue reading “Racing Toward the Mark of the Beast — 666”