Nobody has ever seen heaven. All we have are biblical pictures of what it will be like. But we can use those pictures to inspire us to be there!
It’s a word thrown around to refer to a cataclysmic war—perhaps the war that ends life as we know it. But what is the original biblical meaning of Armageddon?
How much time would you need to decide whether God’s dealings with humanity have been fair or not? Would 1000 years be enough?
The end of the world is the subject of entertainment and conspiracy theories in equal measure—but what will Armageddon actually look like?
Those who survive may suffer, but they’re strong. And, as the Bible says, “the one who stands firm to the end will be saved”.
What possible reason could God have for allowing a global economic meltdown?
Two centuries ago, it looked like the age of the popes was over. But that’s not what the Bible predicts, and that’s not what happened.
Justice can take a long time to come to fruition. But the final outcome is worth waiting for and offers a new beginning.
The second coming of Christ as outlined in the Bible is a reality that you won’t miss, as Bjorn Karlman explains.
The universe is at war. But there is something we can do about it.
The second coming of Christ, and the events that will follow, sounds like the plot of one epic post-apocalyptic movie.
You've heard of Jezebel—the Old Testament queen invoked as the epitome of libertine living, seduction and evil. Well, the scarlet woman is much worse.
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