The Heavenly Jerusalem was to be delivered and stand triumphant. Old Covenant Jerusalem was only a type and shadow of the heavenly Jerusalem, and the…View More Blessed Is He Who Comes in the Name of the Lord! Matthew 23:39- Future or Fulfilled?
My friend Terry Cropper has written an excellent response to some so-called “Bible experts” who are claiming that the Covid pandemic is the fulfillment of…View More Is Covid – and the Vaccine -the Fulfillment of Revelation?
How can physical death be the enemy of the child of God, who is forgiven of that which alone brings death- i.e. sin?View More Is Physical Death the Enemy of the Christian?
I am glad to share this very brief article by Charles Meek for your consideration. The key here is this simple truth: If ANY of…View More Ten Easy Ways to Pervert Scriptures- Guest Article
Any view of eschatology that omits or denies the role of Israel and the Song of Moses, is a false eschatology!View More The Song of Moses and the Passing of the Law of Moses- #3- Important Editorial Note Added
While it is commonly taught that the Law of Moses was “nailed to the cross” that claim will not stand up to close Scriptural scrutiny.View More The Song of Moses and the Passing of the Law – #2
If– no, SINCE- Paul said that the Song of Moses (Deuteornomy 32) was being fulfilled in his personal ministry to call the Gentiles, this completely destroys the idea that the Law passed away at the cross.View More The Song of Moses and the Passing of the Law – #1
Well, time is up folks! The following comment was posted on my YouTube video just today– very early morning– of 6-10-2021. Now, I assume the…View More The Rapture! Today or Tomorrow!?!?
WHEN ARE/WERE THE BIBLICAL LAST DAYS? Here are some views of Christians: (a) Some undefined period in the future near the end of history. (b)…View More Guest Article: When Are or Were, the Biblical Last Days?– by Charles Meek
If Matthew 25:14f is parallel to Matthew 21:33jf– and it is– the all futurist eschatologies are false!View More Short Shot: The Absent Master in Matthew 21 and 25