The Pagan Predictions of End Times

Buddhism Founded in the 6th century B.C. in India. One of its primary teachings is the observance of the 10 moral precepts (standards of conduct). According to Buddha in the Suttapitaka (Buddhist scriptures and sermons): signs of the end will be that the 10 moral courses will disappear… and people will follow the 10 immoral courses instead – “theft, violence, murder, lying, evil speaking, adultery, abusive and idle talk, covetousness, and ill will, wanton greed…

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Patiently Waiting for Jesus’ Second Coming

In July of 2002, nine miners who had been caught in a flooded mine, waited for three days in a pitch black tunnel while those on the outside attempted to rescue them. To protect each other from slipping away into the darkness, they tied themselves together with rope. At one point, a mike had been let down so they communicate with those above. When they were finally rescued, the first words that were spoken were:…

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They Have All Been Wrong

Looking back at how Christians have viewed Christ’s second coming in the past, we find many people obsessed with figuring out all the details and making predictions. Here is a quote: “The last days are upon us. Weigh carefully the times. Look for him who is above all time, eternal and invisible.” That statement was not made by a modern prophecy expert. That statement did not come from a religious TV. It was made by…

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Bible College with 666 Phone Number

A small Appalachian Bible College is fighting to change its telephone prefix which is disturbing to Christians who recognize it as the biblical mark of the beast. “People say, ‘You’re a Bible College and you have 666 in your phone number?” said Carlene Light, an office worker at Kentucky Mountain Bible College. “It’s the connotation. No one wants to be part of the mark of the beast.”

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  • Psalm 119:93 July 29, 2021
    “I will never forget your precepts, for by them you have preserved my life.”
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