It isn’t easy setting a standard or living up to it.
Bible Prophecy, as is evidenced by the 75% drop in reliability and scriptural accuracy, is a tough subject to post. When a Web Site resorts to Tabloid Journalism, Hate-mongering, Socialized Humanism In Politics and Hyper-Patriotism over the Gospel and using Christians and Christianity as a platform, then they must be held accountable.
We choose to call them on it. Identify it.
Then Pray they repent.
But when a Site rises above the cheap and easy convenience of the World Ways of Web Deceptions,
We will Compliment, Promote and Pray for that Site and Authors who posted on it.
God Bless Bible Prophecy Today for these Godly posts.
Please Read Them, Please support them
Please Pray a Blessing for them.
Each Day we choose a blessing or a curse.
As Editors of Web Sites
I pray we choose to take up our cross
And Follow Jesus.
- Will God “Approve” of the Third Temple?
- The Hal Lindsey Report
- Is Speaking in Tongues Evidence of Spirit Baptism?
- “In God We Trust” and “Under God” = “No Theological Impact?”
- Freedom to Proselytize
- Of School Closings, Riots and National Deficits
Posted: 12 Mar 2010 01:48 PM PST
By Al GistMaranatha Evangelistic MinistriesWe just returned from leading another tour in the beautiful land of our Lord, Israel. And even though we have a very knowledgeable guide named Avi Shemesh to explain each site we visit, there are certain holy sites where I like to address our tour group. One of those places is called “Dominus Flevit” (Latin meaning “The Lord wept”) on the Mount of Olives
Posted: 12 Mar 2010 12:53 PM PST
By Hal LindseyThe Hal Lindsey ReportOn this week's edition of "The Hal Lindsey Report": The earth shook again with deadly results. This time in Turkey. Dozens were killed and hundreds injured. That's three major or killer earthquakes in the last two weeks. And Chile has experienced a never-ending barrage of aftershocks, a couple powerful enough to trigger tsunami warnings.As I mentioned last week
Posted: 12 Mar 2010 12:07 PM PST
By Tony GarlandSpiritandTruth.orgQ. For quite some time I've watched my church go through what I have come to view as sort of radical practices, such as being slain in the spirit (which is rare; I can only remember this occurring once in my church) and speaking in tongues (which used to transpire frequently every service, but has toned itself down to little to none in most cases). I listened to a
Posted: 12 Mar 2010 11:20 AM PST
By Albert MohlerAlbertMohler.comThe famous words "In God We Trust" and "under God" are safe . . . for now. The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled yesterday that those phrases from the national currency and the Pledge of Allegiance do not represent a governmental establishment of religion.The court, one of the most liberal among the Federal courts, ruled against Michael
Posted: 12 Mar 2010 09:48 AM PST
By Jim HutchensThe Jerusalem ConnectionRabbi Brad Hirshfield said: “Far from being a threat to religious freedom, proselytism is one more expression of it. In fact, in countries in which proselytizing is illegal, people are literally dying for the right to share their beliefs with others. We should be far more concerned about those nations in which one is barred from sharing their beliefs than we
Posted: 12 Mar 2010 08:42 AM PST
By Bill WilsonWord of Life MinistryThe Apostle Paul wrote in Romans 13:8, "Owe no man any thing, but to love one another for he that loveth another hath fulfilled the law." It would seem that the local, state and federal governments in America sure love the people a lot because they have spent money on programs for people unlike ever before in history. This, however, is just not what the Lord had