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February 5, 2014 / 74

Are we in the End Times? For Me, It’s No Longer In Doubt

Although there have been many times in the past where people thought they were in the endtimes… never before in history has the ability to know everything and control everything been as it is now.

I’m no longer on the fence. I’m no longer saying “we MAY be in the end times.”

It is becoming increasingly clear – from both the capabilities afforded to governments/powers, and the things that those governments/powers are doing with the powers they have, that we ARE in the end times. In my mind, there is no longer any doubt. If you put Christian prophesy together with reality you can draw no other conclusion unless you don’t believe in God, Jesus, or Satan.

In which case I say, good luck to you when Hell literally comes to Earth.



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  1. Michael E Picray / Sep 9 2014 07:51


    “Monday, 08 September 2014 20:00
    Pope and Ex-Israeli President Discuss “UN of Religions”
    Written by Alex Newman

    During a meeting with Pope Francis at the Vatican last week, former Israeli President Shimon Peres urged the Catholic pontiff to help build a United Nations-like organization for different faiths dubbed the “Organization of United Religions.” Peres also referred to his proposed entity for “interfaith dialogue” as a “UN of religions.” …

    Under Peres’ vision, the religious version of the UN, presumably made up of mortal men from various faith backgrounds, would even purport to speak for God Almighty. “What we need is an unquestionable moral authority who says out loud, ‘No, God does not want this and does not allow it,’” the ex-Israeli president said. …

    2 Corinthians 6:14-16a (KJV)
    14 Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness?
    15 And what concord hath Christ with Belial? or what part hath he that believeth with an infidel?
    16 And what agreement hath the temple of God with idols?

    Matthew Chapter 24 & 25

  2. Michael E Picray / May 5 2014 07:53

    First – there will be no “rapture.” It’s not in the Bible, and yet EVERY critical prophecy detailing future events is in the Bible – and is meticulously spelled out… ie no hocus-pocus “because this isn’t there after this point in the scriptures.” (& BTW – The Church” IS in the Bible after Rev 4 – maybe you need to read further?) God doesn’t play word games with prophecy like Nostradamus or the “Oracles”. He is SPECIFIC.

    Second – As I said – “…never before in history has the ability to know everything and control everything been as it is now.” The implications of that fact are very well spelled out in the following referenced article…

  3. DCorpus / Feb 8 2014 03:32

    Thanks for replying brother. I will certainly answer your questions. First, in my understanding of the scripture there is no place that I can find any reference to a seven year tribulation. In answering your questions, I believe the next event that will occur is the coming of Jesus Christ. The rapture as far as I can see is a synonymous term with the resurrection of the dead when Christ returns. We see this taught in I Thessalonians 4 and I Corinthians 15. Both are referencing the resurrection of the dead and return of Jesus. What I don’t see in scripture is a rapture where saints disappear to be with The Lord and then Christ returns again for the final time.

    In response to question 1, I believe the end times began during the time of the apostles. So yes, I believe we are in the last days but we have been so since the apostles day and time. In response to question 2, I gave the scripture reference earlier as to why I believe that the rapture is the second coming, not an event that preceded the second coming. In response to question 3, once again the end times or last days began since the apostles ministry. I don’t look for signs or events to determine if we are living in the last days. There have been horrible events, tragedies, etc. throughout history.

  4. Steve Picray / Feb 6 2014 08:25

    In my view of Scripture, the next thing to happen on the prophetic calendar is the rapture of the Church, to be followed by the signing of a seven year peace treaty with Israel, then the bodily return of Jesus Christ to earth. I would define “the end times” as the period of time after the church age, from the rapture until the return of Christ.

    I have a few questions for you

    1. When do the “end times” start? In other words, what would have to happen to signify their beginning?
    2. What do you believe, based on Scripture, is the next event to happen on the prophetic calendar?
    3. What exactly leads you to believe that now, as opposed to 50 years from now, is the “end times”?

  5. DCorpus / Feb 5 2014 20:46

    I’m not sure I agree that if I put biblical prophecy together with reality that no other conclusion can be drawn. What prophecies in scripture are you referring to that are related to current reality? I am really curious.

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