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Prophecy

On historical fulfillments and future things of Scripture ––– end times, new creation, eschatology, apocalyptic writings, supernatural visions and dreams, and more.

Fire In My Bones

Examining Jeremiah 20:9 and the truth about preaching God's Word.

Fire In My Bones

Examining Jeremiah 20:9 and the truth about preaching God's Word.

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Jeremiah, perhaps more than all the Old Testament prophets, suffered great ridicule, persecution, mockery, and abuse. This was directly tied to his seemingly anti-patriotic prophecies regarding Judah’s soon to come destruction and total deportation at the hands of the Babylonians. This message was not only
Ephraim: the Man, the Tribe, the Nation

Tracing the fulfillment of Jacob’s prophecy in Genesis 49.

Ephraim: the Man, the Tribe, the Nation

Tracing the fulfillment of Jacob’s prophecy in Genesis 49.

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The Man Ephraim and Manasseh, though the natural sons of Joseph, were adopted by his father Jacob as his own children. This was highly significant and meaningful since full sonship granted them each a full share of the inheritance along with Jacob’s other 11 sons.
The City of Death

The City of Death

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“Behold, I will make Jerusalem a cup of trembling unto all the people round about, when they shall be in the siege both against Judah and against Jerusalem. And in that day will I make Jerusalem a burdensome stone for all people; all that burden
The Old Testament Missionary

The Protestant Reformation and the Gospel significance of the first Jewish missionary

The Old Testament Missionary

The Protestant Reformation and the Gospel significance of the first Jewish missionary

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In early October, the Hembree boys and I headed for the heart of Toronto to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation at Wycliffe College. The conference was chock-full of Reformation scholars; each presentation reinforced one another by underscoring the gapping contrast between the modernized sense of Church