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Ethnic Wars

And you will hear of wars and rumors of wars. See that you are not troubled; for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet. For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom… … Continue reading

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Our Christmas Gift for You!

Lambert Dolphin and I are giving free copies of our popular prophecy primer to visitors to our websites.  This is a complete copy of Connecting the Dots: A Handbook of Bible Prophecy. The free download is available in two different … Continue reading

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The Utter Destruction of Damascus

Damascus was an important city in Bible history, and it is thought to be the oldest continuously-inhabited city in the world. We have noted before that a prophecy of Damascus’ utter destruction has yet to take place, and that Syria … Continue reading

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Isaiah 19 and the Current Chaos in Egypt

In February of 2011, after Egypt’s dictatorial president Mubarak was deposed, we posted a blog asking the question “Where is Egypt in Bible prophecy?” We mentioned three different predictions in the Bible about the future of Egypt that seem to … Continue reading

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Egypt and the End Times

In January and February of 2011 we posted three blogs about the Arab Spring in Egypt, what the Bible says about Egypt’s future, and a warning about the Muslim Brotherhood. At that time former Egyptian President Mubarak was deposed by … Continue reading

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What Will Israel Do?

While the U.S. is distracted from the world scene by our domestic scandals, huge pressures in the Middle East may be forcing Israel to make some difficult decisions about preemptive strikes against both Iran and Syria. Iran is fast approaching … Continue reading

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Does Congress Understand Israel Better Than the Church Does?

Both Houses of Congress have just taken steps to protect Israel from her arch-enemy Iran. The Democratic-led Senate voted 99-0 to support Israel if it has to defend itself from an Iranian nuclear threat. At the same time the Republican-controlled … Continue reading

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Where is Syria in Prophecy?

The question is often asked, “Where is Syria in prophecy?” How significant was the surprise bombing by Israel of a secret nuclear development site in Syria in 2011?  When will the Isaiah 17 prophecy of the utter destruction of Damascus, … Continue reading

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Read Rosenberg’s Book Quick!

If you are planning to read Joel Rosenberg’s new book, you had better do it fast.  Rosenberg’s earlier prophecy-fiction books have all been published just before some of his creative insights have actually happened.   The Ezekiel Option was named by … Continue reading

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Will Hezbollah Attack Israel Soon?

The near collapse of President Bashar Assad’s reign in Syria may bring on an attack by Hezbollah in Lebanon against Israel in the near future.  Assad has been the sponsor of Hezbollah for many years.  If he is replaced, the … Continue reading

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