July is considered the most patriotic month in America because we celebrate the birth of our nation on July 4th each year. This month actually coincides with an important time on the biblical calendar known as the 17th of Tammuz–also called the fast of Tammuz. Most Christians have never heard of this day because following … Continue reading The Wall Has Been Breached
JP MORGAN, ICEBERGS AND AMERICA: WHAT’S THE CONNECTION?
Most people, even children, are familiar with the sinking of the Titanic, which occurred in the early morning hours of April 15, 1912 in the chilly North Atlantic. But did you know that the RMS Titanic was owned by an American? Yes, it was registered as a British ship and built in Belfast, Ireland, which … Continue reading JP MORGAN, ICEBERGS AND AMERICA: WHAT’S THE CONNECTION?
It’s Time to Face the Lions
“For you are all children of light, children of the day. We are not of the night or of the darkness. So then let us not sleep, as others do, but let us keep awake and be sober,” 1 Thessalonians 5:5-6. As children of the light and of the day, I urge you to pay … Continue reading It’s Time to Face the Lions
A Titanic Tale
"I heard a graphic account of how the Titanic up-ended herself and remained poised like some colossal nightmare of a fish, her tail high in the air, her nose deep in the water, until she dived finally from human sight." This is a quote from Arthur Rostron–the captain of the rescue ship which saved hundreds … Continue reading A Titanic Tale
Jesus: The First and the Last
It’s Passover season and this year I wanted to share something truly amazing about Jesus, the Savior of the World. I enjoy learning about the original languages of the Bible (Hebrew and Greek). A few years ago I learned something really cool and I want to share it with you! Did you know that the … Continue reading Jesus: The First and the Last
What can we learn from the sinking of the Lusitania?
The long-forgotten history of the Lusitania has been at the bottom of the ocean off the coast of Ireland for over 100 years. Most people have little knowledge of what happened to this infamous luxury liner on May 7, 1915, when 1,198 people lost their lives. Just three years after the Titanic sank, this beautiful, … Continue reading What can we learn from the sinking of the Lusitania?
THE GREAT ALIEN DECEPTION
Today’s blogpost is going to be a little “out of this world.” It’s not something Christians write about often. Most leave it to the science fiction writers and don’t think twice about it. But, isn’t this how the enemy works? He doesn’t want us delving into matters of this nature because he’d rather you be … Continue reading THE GREAT ALIEN DECEPTION
The Seven Year Famine: Lessons from Joseph
I’ve been thinking about cows lately—you heard that right- COWS. I know, it’s kind of weird, but it’s true nonetheless. It happened at Christmastime when I’m usually distracted by lights, food and gift-giving. But even though these things consumed most of my attention, I was still hearing the still small voice of the Holy Spirit … Continue reading The Seven Year Famine: Lessons from Joseph
Lessons from the Church of Smyrna
As Christmas rolls around every year, we are often thinking of gifts–who to buy for and what to buy are the big questions. Recently I was shopping and I began thinking about the gifts Jesus received when he was born. Matthew 2 tells us that the Wise Men (Magi) journeyed from the East to find … Continue reading Lessons from the Church of Smyrna
STEP ONTO THE HIGH-WIRE
In the last year, the focus of my writing has shifted. While I still write about issues affecting Israel and the United States, the Holy Spirit has led me to place particular emphasis on the Covid-19 pandemic and how it has affected bible prophecy and the trajectory of our world. Never in our history has … Continue reading STEP ONTO THE HIGH-WIRE