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Messiah 2030 ~ The Prophetic Messianic Timeline

04/19/2023 Leave a comment

Matthew 24:32-33, “Learn this parable from the fig tree: Whenever its branch becomes tender and puts out its leaves, you know that summer is near. So also you, when you see all these things, know that he is near, right at the door.”

Anyone with even a passing interest in Biblical eschatology owes it to themselves to consider the following video by the Messiah 2030 Project, now available on YouTube. It is one of the most thought provoking I’ve ever seen and will challenge your thinking.

“Dozens of Biblical prophecies not only point to the exact year of the Messiah’s first coming (30 C.E.), but those same prophecies even point to the year of his return (2030 C.E.). It has all been hidden in plain sight for thousands of years. No man knows the day and hour of the Messiah’s return, however the Bible makes it definitively clear we are to know the season… This is a call for a watch, not setting a date. If your house is not in order, and you do not know our Savior, there is no time like the present…”

Antichrist: Leader Of A One-World Government?

03/18/2011 52 comments


Many Christians today believe that when Antichrist is revealed the world will suddenly experience some form of global governance virtually overnight, controlled by a man who will be worshiped as God himself.  Although there are a few verses in Scripture that may appear to give credence to the idea that the entire earth will be overcome by the last-days Antichrist at first glance, the whole of Scripture supports neither the idea of a “One World Government” (OWG) ruled by Antichrist, nor the idea of an end-of-days leader who controls literally every last nation on the earth.

Many popular teachers of Biblical eschatology who support the idea of a OWG and Antichrist who controls the political and religious dictates of all the nations of the world will agree, at the very least, that the last portion of Daniel 11 from verses 36 and beyond all refer to the final years leading up to the Second Coming of Christ.  What they fail to consider, however, are the following questions that should be obvious to anyone who holds to both of these positions: Read more…

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