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God has chosen Israel as His physical nation, in the same way He has chosen individuals from the gentile nations as His elect. Prophecies are clear that God will be faithful to keep the promises given to their Fathers (Abraham, Isaac and Jacob) even though the nation of Israel has disobeyed Him. Ezekiel 36:16-28 describes … Continue reading THE NATION OF ISRAEL – FOR THE SAKE OF GOD’S NAME
“The burden of the word of the LORD against Israel. Thus says the LORD, who stretches out the heavens, lays the foundation of the earth, and forms the spirit of man within him: “Behold, I will make Jerusalem a cup of drunkenness to all the surrounding peoples, when they lay siege against Judah and Jerusalem. … Continue reading ISLAMIC TIES TO JERUSALEM
As watchmen, we are lately so entangled in Ezekiel 38 and 39 (the Gog and Magog war), that we almost forget about the good news relating to the physical and spiritual restoration that was prophesied for Israel. When studying Ezekiel chapters 34 to 37, there should be no doubt that these prophecies must and will … Continue reading THE “GOOD NEWS” FOR ISRAEL – EZEKIEL THE PROPHET
As stated in a previous study, amillennialism is the belief that there will be no literal millennium or future reign of Jesus Christ on planet earth. It’s also linked with what is called “Covenant Theology” because this system of theology follows the allegorization method of interpretation and embraces a non-literal approach to the millennium. Covenant … Continue reading IS COVENANT THEOLOGY BIBLICAL?
A FIGURATIVE 1000 YEARS In short, Amillennialism is the theory or system of interpretation that says that there will be no literal, earthly kingdom following the Second Coming of Christ. Amillennialism teaches that when Christ returns, eternity begins with no prior thousand-year millennial reign occurring on planet earth. Amillennialism is the most prominent view among … Continue reading A BASIC OVERVIEW OF AMILLENNIALISM
Many may think that I am obsessed with end time prophecies, the rapture and my strong opposition against heretic theologies such as amillennialism, replacement or fulfilment theology and the unbiblical allegorical interpretation of God’s holy Scripture. But whatever people may think is fine with me as I honestly believe that being a watchman is a … Continue reading DO NOT INSULT THE WATCHMEN!
There are four main historical facts to keep in mind: The creation of all things by the word of God’s power. The first verse in the book of Genesis simply states the general fact, that “In the beginning” — whenever that may have been — “God created the heaven and the earth.” The descent of … Continue reading OLD TESTAMENT HISTORY – CREATION AND THE FALL