It’s time for another post about the end times. It’s been a while since we posted any new material on this subject, and the time gap has been stressing some of you. So let’s address that. What should you make of the fact that we’re so irregular about our posting schedule? Sometimes we post a new article every day, then we’ll suddenly stop and go for weeks without saying a peep. How should you be interpreting our silence? Well, God is simply not the predictable, easy-to-schedule kind of Guy that Christians make Him out to be by pretending that God is actually the Source of the sermons they crank out every seven days. If Christian pastors were to suddenly stop talking to hear themselves and only preach sermons that God is actually giving them, there would be many cancelled church services. There would also be many sermons given on random days and nights of the week which people would have to drop everything and rush to if they wanted to catch God’s latest message. God doesn’t revolve around human schedules. Instead, He is notorious for acting unpredictable, showing up at unexpected times, and giving out some very inconvenient orders. If Christians weren’t so good at selling you a phony picture of God, it wouldn’t surprise you at all that folks who are actually speaking for Him don’t stick to a predictable schedule. We can’t tell you when God’s next message to us will be, because we have no idea. We can’t predict when we’ll put out another post, or how long our website will be around. But we do know when God is not authorizing us to speak, and because we are working for Him and not for people, we don’t talk about Him on the world wide web until He tells us to do so. Continue reading How to Pray During the End Times
Imagine how ineffective Hitler would have been if the Germans he tried to rally just weren’t interested in following him. When you think of Hitler, you think of his Nazis. Take away the Nazis, and all you have is one lonely dreamer who no one is listening to.
If you want to make a big impact on the world, you need followers. It was Alexander the Great’s massive army that made history remember him as great. But take away all of those loyal soldiers who were willing to die for their leader, and you just have one guy with a sword who longs to conquer the world. You can’t establish an empire without manpower. You can’t launch a revolution or get people to embrace a new way of thinking without a bunch of followers who are willing to endure suffering on your say so. Imagine how ridiculous the Catholic pope would look traipsing around in his royal garb if no one was willing to listen to him. Such behavior would normally land a man in a mental institution, but instead the pope is a globally respected leader. Why? Because he has followers. Continue reading Jesus, the Antichrist & the End Time Prophet: Different Styles, Different Agendas
“When?” is a question that always gets asked whenever God starts prophesying events that are coming in the future. It doesn’t matter whether God is describing good things or bad things—everyone wants to know dates. Humans always want to know more than God is willing to tell them, and they get all huffy when He won’t come forth with more details. So why doesn’t He? Continue reading End Time Prophecy: Why God Withholds Information
We’ve said before that our material on the end times is unique, meaning you’re not going to find anyone else online prepping you the way that we’re prepping for this period. Some of our readers have taken the time to test the truth of this claim, and they’ve discovered that we’re right: amid the vast ocean of folks who are all spinning off end times predictions, no one is teaching what we’re teaching. Okay, so we weren’t bulling you about how rare our teaching is: but then what? Continue reading The End Times: How is God Getting the Word Out?
The plant world is vast, variable, and an astounding testimony to God’s boundless creativity. Compared to animals, plants feel pretty safe and nonthreatening to us humans. Sure, there are some rather vicious specimens out there which can prick or poison us to fatal degrees. And we hear stories of some nasty characters that will actually launch aerial stingers at passersby. But plants don’t rip up their roots and start chasing us down the street. Plants don’t come slinking into our bedrooms at night and wrap their tendrils around our throats. While we can observe plants warring against each other in slow motion as they hoard resources and drive each other into extinction, we don’t have fears of waking up one morning to find plants trying to murder us in our homes. This will change during the end times. Continue reading End Time Theatrics: Pernicious Plants
Suppose you are hiding out in a two story house that is surrounded by large, hostile beasts. The beasts keep charging at the walls of the house: ramming, clawing, and biting in an effort to tear their way inside. If they succeed, you are going to find yourself in a major crisis. Sure, you have some ammunition with you, but it won’t be enough if those beasts manage to break in and take over the house. Your best hope of survival is to try and kill them off now, before they can get inside. As long as the walls of your house remain intact, you can try to pick the beasts off one by one as you lean out of an upstairs window. Continue reading God or Country: Choosing Your End Time Priorities
As an individual human, you have developed certain assumptions about who God is, what He’s like and how He operates. The more time you spend thinking about the subject of God, the more assumptions you’ll develop about Him. Someone else might take issue with some of your theories about God, but to you, your own ideas about God will feel pretty reasonable, logical, and supported by your own experience or lack of experience with Him. Continue reading Your End Time Theology & The Complex Character of God