Petra in Prophecy

Dec 20, 2014 · Posted in Armageddon, Emails, Middle East

Here’s my new article on Petra as the place of safety for Israel or Christians and who really goes there:

www.escapeallthesethings.com/petra-bible-prophecy.htm

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Efrain Rodriguez – Asteroid Prophecy 2014?

Dec 5, 2014 · Posted in Prophecy, Wormwood/Planet X

You are probably arriving here because you heard of Efrain Rodriguez’s prophecy of an asteroid striking Puerto Rico and causing a tsunami to strike America by the end of 2014. Is he right that this can happen before the rapture and tribulation and can it happen before 2014 ends?

See my review here: http://www.escapeallthesethings.com/efrain-rodriguez-prophecy.htm

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Why Most Christians Will Choose to Let the Antichrist Behead Them

Oct 11, 2014 · Posted in Emails, End Times, Middle East

A reader asked me a very good question about the beheading of saints in the Great Tribulation:

Tim,

I was just reading Rev. 20:4 where John describes faithful followers of Christ who were beheaded in part for not worshiping the beast or taking his mark.  Here’s my question:  If the faithful have been led to a safe place by the end-times Elijah, then who are all those that get beheaded for being faithful in the face of the Antichrist’s onslaught?

Derrel

Who is Left Behind For the Antichrist to Behead?

To see my answer to his question, read the following article I wrote on why faith is required to escape the end times.

Tim

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ISIS, Ebola, Ukraine: Is This What the End Looks Like?

Sep 19, 2014 · Posted in Apocalypse, Emails

It has been a busy September for answering readers’ questions. The news of ISIS (Islamic State) and Ebola and not to mention Ukraine and Gaza worries many of my readers.

It is scary, disturbing stuff. But does it mean the end is nigh? Is this what the end looks like?

As usual, I’m here to reassure you from the Bible why all these are just bad news and not bad signs.

 

Q. Ebola – “Is this the ‘pestilence’ spoken of by Jesus in Matthew 24:7?”

A. Jesus did speak of pestilence coming at the end. However, we can be sure it has nothing to do with the current Ebola outbreak or any other isolated plague like that. Here’s why:

The pestilence Jesus predicted is coupled with “famines” and “earthquakes” in “every place” (Mt 24:7 Hebrew). When you study it out, it matches a parallel prophecy of global cataclysm predicted in Revelation 6 – 8 to be caused by the undiscovered rogue dwarf planet named Wormwood.

Thus, Ebola is not a fulfillment of Jesus’ prophecy anymore than the 1912 Spanish Flu pandemic or black death of the Middle Ages was.

Read on to understand the real global “sign of the end” Jesus and Revelation described…

 
Q. ISIS – “Are they going to take over America or the World or produce the Antichrist?”

A. Experts agree that ISIS (or ISIL as Obama mysteriously prefers) is not an existential threat to the US. It’s also not found in Bible prophecy.

It may be scary to hear what they are doing and how they are advancing in Iraq and Syria, but we must put it in perspective.
These are Islamic countries where they can recruit as they go and conquer the destabilized swaths of land there. This is not a formula that is going to work the same in non-Islamic countries.
While it’s not like they are going to take over the world, they may pull off some successful terror acts like al-Qaeda did.

Read on to find out where ISIS and their end is in Bible prophecy and why the Antichrist won’t be ISIS or even Muslim…

 

Q. Ukraine, Gaza….”Is WWIII Next?”

A.  As tricky to understand as Matthew 24 is, Jesus’ words are very clear about at least one thing. On the topic of wars and rumors of wars, he said “these things must come, but see that you not be troubled for the end is not yet” (Mt 24:6).

Yet, what do so many Christians do when they see these wars? They get troubled. They wonder if these wars are a sign of the end. If they will lead to WWIII?

But they are not. Wars have been with us since Jesus left and will continue until he comes to reign. There is nothing unique about wars. They cannot serve as an end time sign, just as Jesus said. Take Jesus’ advice and “see that you are not troubled.”

Read on for more about nine other false signs of the end Christians often hear….

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The Ark of the Covenant in Prophecy

Aug 24, 2014 · Posted in End Times, Newsletter

My latest article is on the Ark of the Covenant. It explains why I believe the Ark of Covenant has no role in end time prophecy:

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Why Is the Tribe of Dan Not in Revelation 7?

Jul 17, 2014 · Posted in Revelation

The Missing Tribe of Dan in Revelation 7

See my new article on the topic of Why is Dan Missing from Revelation.

 

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Pope Francis and One World Religion Fears

May 27, 2014 · Posted in False Prophet, Middle East

Pope’s First Visit to Israel

With Pope Francis’ visit to the Holy Land, conspiracy theory rumors are emerging. The one I keep getting asked about: “Is the Pope ready anytime soon to call for one world religion?” For example:

Mr. Tim, I was wondering what you thought of the Pope visiting Israel. Some people say he’s forming a one world religion, everyone seems to look up at him, and he’s visiting Israel now about a month after the first blood moon. Is this significant? Please help me with this question.

Here’s my reply to these concerns:

Blood Moons?

First, regarding the “four blood moons,” I have to point out once again that they mean absolutely nothing prophetically as I explain in these articles:

 

“One World Religion?”

That out of the way, people already have their own preferences on what to believe or not believe such as atheism, budhism, hinduism, Islam, etc. We need to understand that nobody is going to accept a one world religion until its forced on them. Even if the most popular religious figure in the world, the pope, advocates for it.

Bible prophecy tells us that a one world religion is coming and what it will be. It will be worship of the Beast or Antichrist as God himself(Rev 13; 2Th 2:4). It also confirms it comes only when he takes over the world and the false prophet does signs convincing the world he is God to be worshiped. He only takes over the world once Wormwood comes and devastates everything.

Therefore, I would not worry about what the Pope does either in Israel or anywhere else today. While he may indeed be the last pope who becomes the False Prophet, he is not that in that role yet. He will not fill that role until the Beast rises to take over the world and makes him his prophet. Until then, his influence, although notable, is highly limited in comparison to what it will be when he convinces the world to worship the Beast through signs and wonders.

Hope that settles everyone’s mind on the Pope and his actions in Israel being a sign of the end. I encourage everyone to review once again the one sign of the end that Jesus gave and wait for only that and don’t fall for any other signs you hear about from sources other than Jesus.
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Street Healing Videos of Todd White and Pete Cabrera

May 23, 2014 · Posted in Healing

A reader emailed me this week about his recent exposure to “street healing.” This is be the practice of operating in divine healing on strangers encountered in public who need healing. This is in contrast to typical venues of divine healing such as churches, healing revivals, and other meetings populated by Christians. I discovered this movement in 2011 after I broke my collarbone and searched online for healing ministers to help and discovered the healers named below. There are some great stories and testimonies among street healers of healing of non-believers, Muslims, even witches. If you watch these stories, it may change the way you think about God and his love for everyone.

This first video explains street healing, how it works and how to get started in it (and has the most remarkable reaction to a healing I’ve ever seen at 4:15-5:15):

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Todd White

Tim,

Thought these might interest you.

Todd White, Pete Cabrera and Tom Fisher are probably the best known street healers. I also have Praying Medic’s book. I’ve read many books on healing, since about 1988. His is the very best that I’ve read.

I went to the Power and Love Conference 2 weeks ago led primarily by Todd White: 3 sessions per day for 3 days. People came from as far away as North Dakota. Between sessions, people were going to various shopping centers, malls, Books-a-Million, Subway, out on the streets, you name it and healing people. They lined up for testimonies before the next sessions began. There were so many people with so many testimonies of healings on the streets, that they had to cut the testimonies far short each time, because they would have taken up too much of the Session Times.

I now have about a 75% success rate at healing. The “patient” needs no faith; only the “healer.”

I teach a lot of Indian students on my job. A Hindu girl was healed in my office of a migraine she had been suffering from for about four days, with no relief from going to the doctor. The highest pain level in those four days was about a 9. She came to my office with about a 6. The pain was totally gone in about 5 minutes. She has used the term, “Praise the Lord!” with me twice since then and also has said, “I feel so blessed!”

Having had little experience up to that point, Jesus healed four people through me in one day: two in a medicaid office who were the only people who raised their hands for healing, out of about 20 in the office. I always try to get the patient to quantify the pain. On a scale of 0-10, a guy had a pain level of 10, a lady, a level of 6. After about 5 minutes with each of them, they were down to ZERO! Hallelujah! The lady was so shocked and thankful, she started to cry.

The third person that day, relieved of pain was a young girl wheeled into “Emergency” at a hospital, screaming at the top of her lungs, because of the pain in her stomach. I laid hands on her and she fell asleep twice, awaking with less pain each time.

A fourth person was a cashier in a BP station. She had a migraine that was healed in about 3-4 minutes. She is a naturally very pessimistic person, always complaining about something when I come in. After her pain level went down to zero, she looked me in the eye and exclaimed, “YEAH, IT’S GONE! BUT, IT’LL BE BACK!!!”

Street Healing does not involve any charismatic “spooky dookey”; just straight forward healing by Authority from Jesus and the command of the “healer.” Of course, Jesus is the REAL Healer and the Great Physician.

Bob

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Jesus’ Coming: How Much CAN We Know (without “Knowing the Day or Hour”)

May 16, 2014 · Posted in Discernment, Second Coming

A question came up when I taught on Bible prophecy at a local church recently. I was speaking to the youth group – the teens – and one outspoken goth-styled girl was surprisingly confrontational with me.

I had been giving an overview of what end time events are ahead before the rapture. To avoid leaving them with any unnecessary anxiety, I made it a point to finish the talk by reassuring my young audience that all signs – or the lack of any of the real ones given by Jesus – point to Jesus not coming back any year soon. This meant time for teenagers like them to finish their education, get married and start a family.

In the Q&A session afterwards, this girl tore into me saying, “you can’t say that because no man knows the day or hour. You’re saying you know the day or hour!” It’s an objection I have heard countless times, but never in person nor so boldly. Her demeanor surprised me because this was my first time speaking there and the rest of the church youth were more shy and respectful.

Keeping my cool, I did my best to defuse the situation by smiling and calmly explaining a few points to back up my statement. I shared basic facts from prophecy that made my statement possible without knowing the time Jesus would come exactly–something I indeed do not claim to know.

So, what exactly did I point out to her? Read on to find out and understand what we can know about timing today and why faithful believers won’t stay in the dark about when Jesus is coming forever

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1500 Year Old Bible Says Jesus Was Not Crucified?

May 8, 2014 · Posted in Bible

1500 Year Old Bible Says Jesus Was Not Crucified

If you want a provocative headline that inspires worry in Christians, then that news headline will do it. Since that news came out, I’ve had several readers ask for my opinion. What I have told them is the following:

From what I understand it is the Gospel of Barnabas in that Bible from that the claim that Jesus Christ was crucified is based on. I came across this comment on that, “The Gospel of Barnabas is well known – the 1st copies date from the 12th to 14th Centuries, and it’s a forgery. As Mr. Gold points out, the script pictured above is Arabic, placing it towards the 14th Century ( those from the 12th are written in Spanish).”

In other words, just because a Bible version includes an extra book does not mean that book is Scripture or even authored by who it is claimed to. I have not found a single pseudepigraphical book yet (including Barnabas) that belongs in the Bible as Scripture with the rest of the books.

If you search there are many articles explaining why this Bible is nothing that should shake your faith. For example:

Gospel of Barnabas Fake?

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