Sermons on Prophecy

Perilous Times Pt 4: Be Careful For Nothing

“Rejoice in the Lord alway: and again I say, Rejoice. Let your moderation be known unto all men. The Lord is at hand. Be careful for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God.” (Php 4:4–6)

Israel: A Promise Kept

What is the purpose of Prophecy?? “that ye may know” “ye may believe” When our Lord tarried at Jerusalem two more days after he was told that Lazarus was sick, Lazarus died. In John 11:11 Jesus then told his disciples the news saying; John 11:11–15 11… Our friend Lazarus sleepeth; but I go, that I may awake him out of sleep. 12 Then said his disciples, Lord, if he sleep, he shall do well. 13 Howbeit Jesus spake of his death: but they thought that he…

For Such A Time As This Pt 5

This final portion of the study details why YOU are so valuable for these last of The Last Days, but also explains what it may cost you to Stand Alone if need be. Only those with the strength of character, who read and believe their bibles, and UNDERSTAND they are here for such a time as this, will thrive in these days. This is indeed an incredible time to be alive when you understand The Times and realise you are here for such a time as this! God bless you Pr Edi

For Such A Time As This Pt 4

is the timeline of the seventy weeks of Daniel to be taken from Nehemiah chapter 2 from Artaxzexes as the majority of conservative preachers and the scholars teach, or is it to be taken from Chronicles 36, Ezra 1 and Isaiah 44 and 45 as the Bible teaches?Is the dating of history the absolute authority, or is it the Bible alone?Some good questions that have some firm arguments in this study.

For Such A Time As This Pt 2

Daniel 8 is one of the most incredible prophecies in the Bible, it outlines the particular nature of the kingdoms after Babylon and gives some incite directly into the kingdom of the “Latter times”. it is not difficult from the days we are living in to soon see the very descriptions Daniel wrote about come to past in the not too distant future. These are the days God has you here for, and it is no accident, you are indeed here for such a time as this.

The Greatest Reset Pt 4: Eternity’s Finality

The picture on the box shows a finality to which all the broken pieces of this world is directed. Eternity’s finality pointed to through the very present events of our contemporary history. What does that picture look like? The message here compares the real with the imagined, the Biblical with the idealogical, The Greatest Reset with the great conception.

Pt 3: Be Not Deceived.

3. Be Not Deceived It is where we consider the signs that we are told will be evident in the last days, and ask ourselves which of them are applicable for today. It’s not a series of sermons I take lightly, though the topics of the series are somewhat solemn, if they verify the Bible as true beyond reasonable doubt, then there is infinite hope for all who trust the truth of what Jesus has done. 27% of the Bible…

Pt 2: Israel, The Future

Israel is our God’s Time Clock, this seems evident as we consider the Bible and all that it teaches concerning the future, especially in the light of Israel’s future. Watching Israel is watching the Bible being fulfilled in these last days.

Pt 1: Israel, A Promise Kept.

We are living in the most incredible time in history. A time that is filled with confusion for many, but a time that’s well understood by some. To many, these days seem like everything is falling apart, but to some there is the clear recognition that everything is coming together. The Bible speaks of the last days with such clarity that it is shocking for many, and these days demonstrate the most incredible convergence of events ever seen, demonstrating with all certainty that we are living in the Times of The Signs spoken of by Jesus and the balance of the Bible. Please join me as I go through a number of those signs, and discern for yourself where we are on the prophetic timetable.
Ephesians Survey

Revelation Survey

Revelation Survey   The last book of the Bible is as much the last as genesis was the first.  Both written by direct inspiration and not by experience. One written of the past the other of the future. The beginning and the end. This Revelation Survey  is the last sermon on this series, and it is a serious sermon surveying the things that will come in the not too distant future.   THE REVELATION OF JESUS CHRIST  The Revelation of…