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  1. A closer look at Daniel 7

    by , Oct 1st 2016 at 01:47 PM (The Effect of Darwin's Theory on Christianity in Europe.)
    Quote Originally Posted by Revelation Man View Post
    This really concerns me--maybe it's because I've been reading things Premil for so long? If Rome was the "beast," and I agree with you that in some respects it was, then the "beast" must still be around, because Rome is still around!
    The Beast are only Beasts because they Conquer or enslave Israel. The Four in Daniel, Babylon, Persia, Greece an Rome all had this in Common, and the Little Horn and 10 Kings arising out of the old Fourth Beast will also Conquer Israel. That
  2. The Good Fight

    One thing Christians not always taught nor modeled thoroughly enough it this - fighting!

    Are you tired of the torments of sin? Sin is indeed a terrible thing. And the thing about the devil is - he plays hardball. Once you are down and defeated - he doesn't stop tormenting you with sin.

    His sickening plan of action is to get you and me and everyone else in bondage to a particular sin - and that will make us nervous, guilty, worried, spiritually anxious, ...
  3. another situation has come up

    I'm about to send a PM to a moderator about this, but have decided not to publically post about it with a blog.

    Again, I plan to check in occasionally, but it may be years until I can post regularly again.
  4. Wait.

    Hello …are you feeling tired and low … this is my blog I’d like to share with you and it’s called wait … the way I speak the way I look … I need to wait …

    Listening to Isaiah 40.

    Updated Nov 12th 2016 at 04:14 PM by Amencorner

    Tags: isaiah 40, low, tired, wait
  5. . . . of Solomon's and Zerubabbel's Temples, the Gospel, and the rest . . .

    There have been only two earthly physical “brick and mortar” temples: Solomon’s and Zerubabbel’s. And the "pre-exile" Jerusalem was destroyed for specific reasons--and along with Solomon’s "earthly" temple sanctuary:

    II Chron. 36
    11Zedekiah was twenty-one years old when he became king, and he reigned eleven years in Jerusalem.

    12He did evil in the sight of the LORD his God; he did not humble himself before Jeremiah the prophet