There’s a controversial prophetic timeline in the Book of DANIEL (ch. 9) specifying 70 “weeks” (seventy sevens) or 490 years. I believe these years are consecutive and end early in the Book of ACTS with the decreed desolation of Israel…. Read More ›
The Conversion in ACTS 9
Ever talk about Christianity with someone who can’t believe in something they can’t see? They want real proof. ACTS 9 tells the story of the ultimate non-believer who came to see things differently. ◊ A man once told me he’d… Read More ›
The Healing in ACTS 3
The momentum keeps building as the new Christian Way is taking root in Jerusalem months after Jesus was killed and resurrected. Now another amazing miracle occurs with a strong word of explanation. ◊ The Apostle Peter continues to be moved… Read More ›
The Spirit of ACTS 2
Jesus spoke of a coming promise. The promise shows up in the 2nd chapter of ACTS when the Spirit of God becomes manifestly available to all people. As we know now, this changed the world. ◊ We read in the… Read More ›
The Implications of ACTS 1
Jesus founded the real first Christian Church in Jerusalem with repercussions for Jews and Gentiles. Even today the profound implications of ACTS 1 in the New Testament are for all people to consider. ♦ After the four Gospel accounts of… Read More ›
The Book of Revelation and Jesus
There is a lot of confusion about the Book of Revelation. Interpretations run the gamut. As with most things in the Bible, a straight-forward reading in context makes more sense. Here’s a simple breakdown addressing 5 high-level key questions. ◊ A… Read More ›
End Times Debate, Again?
Twenty years ago I was asked to teach a church Bible study curriculum on the Book of Revelation. I had an aligned common viewpoint about End Times prophecy. Half-way through the course I concluded that I could not teach the… Read More ›
Easter Proof Points
Happy Easter! They really should teach this in school. Not to promote religion, but for knowledge and learning. Get past speculation and deal with facts, both real and circumstantial. The proof points are substantial. ◊ Every year at Easter time, the… Read More ›
A Good Bad Friday
Things could not have gone worse for such a promising weekend. No one was prepared for what happened on that Friday, an apparently good day gone very wrong. ◊ The two men were absolutely devastated as they walked toward the… Read More ›
What About the Star of Bethlehem?
Lots of talk this year about the merging of Saturn and Jupiter, or the Great Conjunction. Was the iconic symbol of the birth of Christ really a new star, a comet or aligned planets? Have you considered another option? ◊ So,… Read More ›
Still Believe in Christmas in 2020?
Everyone is looking forward to a new year. Getting past Covid and all issues of a challenging year. Does it carry over to a humdrum Christmas too? Do you still even believe in Christmas? ◊ Yes, it’s been a challenging year…. Read More ›
Changing Our Beliefs and Opinions
Ever change your mind about a person? Ever been so set against someone or something that only a miracle could change your point of view? Watch what God does here. ◊ We are all familiar with religious differences, and racial divisions,… Read More ›