Time… (Flowing Like A River…)

Anyone remember the Alan Parsons Project song of the same name?

(Here’s a video if you need to refresh your memory.) – for educational purposes only, of course! I may or may not have listened to the song a few times while writing this 😃

I first heard the song in the summer of 1981 – and it was one of my all-time favorites for quite some time after that. I used to listen to the album on my dad’s Teac 2300S reel-to-real tape player – I spent the summer making “mix tapes,” back when they really were “tapes!” We used “tapes” of the albums as we liked to save wear on the “records” (I know, cool people call it “vinyl” now) because we could always re-record the tape from the album if it wore out. Remember Maxell? Of course, we were cool and had the metal tape reels. Back then, this device still sounded better than Cassettes… but I digress…

There was a particular part of the lyrics that, even back then, I thought were rather haunting:

Goodbye my friend – Maybe for forever
Goodbye my friend
The stars wait for me
Who knows where we shall meet again
If ever
But time
Keeps flowing like a river (on and on)
To the sea
To the sea

Till it’s gone forever
Gone forever
Gone forevermore

It would not be until the most recent 12 months of my life that I really internalized where we are on God’s timeline – and learned that eternity was not some far away concept for after death.

Hang in there… I know this can seem a bit “out there” from what the world teaches. But I promise you, if you allow yourself to see through the thin veil of the world into truth, you will be richly rewarded.

Time was a lot different from my perspective at the ripe old age of maybe 12 or 13 – time might as well have meant eternity. As you know, time becomes a much more precious commodity the more you rack up miles and years on your life. You start to realize that there is an END to time – at least your own time. Eternity was even yet another word that I have a very different context for today, when compared to my understanding  back in 1981. Eternity was a thing for gods – not mortals like us – we had no eternity, or so i thought.

In truth, time (as we know it) really is coming to a close.

I’m sorry it’s been such a long time since the last post. By now I’m down to just the “core few” that are following this blog. The more I speak of end times, the less folks want to hear it (as indicated by this blogs stats.) The world pushes the “it’s all good” spirit, and folks eagerly choose the Blue Pill (of Matrix fame) representing false security, happiness, and ignorance. They prefer to go about their lives just like the bible says in Luke 17:26-28, and 30:

26 And as it was in the days of Noe, so shall it be also in the days of the Son of man. 27 They did eat, they drank, they married wives, they were given in marriage, until the day that Noe entered into the ark, and the flood came, and destroyed them all. 28 Likewise also as it was in the days of Lot; they did eat, they drank, they bought, they sold, they planted, they built; 30 Even thus shall it be in the day when the Son of man is revealed.

Isn’t it amazing that our ancient book, the Bible, tells us exactly what is happening in our day? Once I started accepting the Red Pill (knowledge, freedom, and brutal reality) I was really able to start connecting the dots of life – good and evil, and all of that. I was free to discover that the Bible foretold a LOT of things – completely applicable to my life today. So I chose wholeheartedly to search for truth, in the face of a world trying to sell the concept of “it’s all good..”

Friends please hear me. No, I mean really – please listen.

Forget what you “think;” forget what the world says, and what you may have been taught, or even how you “feel” about this. The days we live in right now have been more written about in The Bible than the time when Jesus of Nazareth walked the shores of the Sea of Galilee (thank you Chuck Missler.) Seriously.

Did you get that?

That, my friends, is prophecy unfolding almost daily, before our very eyes.  I’m not kidding! If you search for truth you will be absolutely blown away at what is foretold. The world does not want you to know this – it teaches that everything will be as it has been, and we’re just living in interesting, tumultuous times of which this too shall pass.


Sorry to be the one to break this to you, but time is marching to a close – and will eventually be gone forever (as we know it.) We are living in the End Times. I’m sorry to be so strong, but it’s just a fact, just like the earth is round (sorry flat-earth folks.) It is truly a moment in time, a “red pill / blue pill” moment for all of us. There is a way to get to a place beyond time – but you have to choose it – it does not come with the status-quo.

So you have a choice, you can join me on the road less traveled, and be OK with some folks labeling you as a weirdo, or dismissing you altogether. Or, you can go back to sleep. Do you know that “asleep” is how the bible describes the church (in general) of our days? It’s true – and it also cautions against being “asleep:”

1 Thessalonians 5:-so then let us not sleep as others do, but let us be alert and sober.

…and there are so many other passages.

So now it’s time for a choice – I would really like you to consider making that choice BEFORE you read on. If you chose to remain asleep, then the rest of your reading of this post will be simply entertainment (or frustration.) If you choose to awaken to undeniable truth, then please read on, be excited, and be ready to share the news (maybe even share this post!) Still not sure that the Red Pill world is not truth? Here’s just one small example. Deception is all around us. There are thousands of examples if you will allow yourself to see…)

Oh, and if you do decide to read on, please promise yourself you will see it through to the end of the post. Half of the story could leave you confused and without context.

What a time we live in!

We are living in a season that is commonly referred to by biblical scholars as “the end of the church age.” The church age began at the start of Jesus’ ministry 2000 or so years ago and extends until our present day, and is ending very (I mean very) soon. The church age is meant for the “gentiles” (those of us not Jewish by bloodline – so pretty much the whole non-Jewish world) and it is the open invitation to eternal life with Jesus Christ, after passing from this world. The church age has an end – which means that “time” has a relative end. It’s not the end of the world (that’s 7 years later) but it most certainly is the end of the world as we know it. It does involve a choice – and you’ve made one, whether intentional or not.

It’s not over yet

There’s a really ugly period of time coming upon the earth, where literally life as we know it will cease to exist. The bible has several names for it, such as “The Tribulation,” “The Time of Jacob’s Trouble” and others. In very simple terms, it’s the end of the church age, and the start of a 7-year period where God brings wrath to the earth, for forsaking him and for causing trouble for his chosen people and first love, the Jewish people and Israel. Ever wondered why the middle east is always at war? If you will study you will find that Israel (and what has been done to the Jewish people by the world) is at the heart of it. And it’s been foretold for thousands of years.

Jesus does not need the church present for the last 7 years of this time – and so we don’t have to participate. The mechanics of this are discussed elsewhere in this blog – and becoming part of that protected group is simply a decision (and a belief) away.

Why believe what is written in a 2000+ year old book?

Great question. Easy answer. If one opens one’s eyes, and ignores the evil in this world that tries to blind us from truth, we find history is filled with prophecy from the bible, written by the Prophets of God, Jesus, and those that He taught, and often with  confirmation through other means, like historians of the period,  and by other non-biblical documents from the same period. This is not conjecture, open to interpretation – no, it is solid, historically provable text describing events in advance, in a historically provable book (just do some internet searching, you will see.) It’s truly fascinating, if you allow yourself to notice.

What’s even more exiting is what is happening RIGHT NOW.


Want just one example? Turkey, Iran, and Russia, within the last few weeks have formed an alliance. They have NEVER BEFORE in the HISTORY OF THE WORLD formed such an alliance. And, as always, it’s against Israel. Israel is Gods land for God’s people given to them 3000 years ago. In fact, most all middle east conflicts, (if not due to infighting between Islamic states,) are generally because the world hates (or is jealous of) Israel, and God’s favor bestowed upon them (or disagrees over land ownership.) Take a look at the Bible, Ezekiel 38-39. Sure, the people groups that are spoken of in ancient names, but careful study of historical records will lead you to Turkey, Russia, and Iran as the modern day geographical references. The fact that the very alliance spoken of in those passages has occurred tells us where we are in the timeline. If you want to study more on that, go here.

This is just one example of prophecy.

Then there are the many signs. If I were to go through all of the signs of late, such as The Great Sign of Revelation 12, general increasing of knowledge, falling away from God (Apostasy,) LGBT rights, increases in weather/natural disasters, earthquakes, eclipses, and blood moons, then this post would become an encyclopedia (and I would not be the one to write it.) If you simply study Israel through the bible, you will find that Israel is God’s timepiece – and so much is foretold via its story. Just do a search on “End Times Signs” and be prepared to read.. a lot. God has been sending us warnings for years!

My friends – It’s real.

Do we know when the end of the church age is, down to the day or the hour? Nope. Do we know the season? Yep, sure do, and we are in that season. we just have to pay attention to the signs (and ignore the world’s interpretation.) Friends, it’s really close. Again, just search for yourself. and be open to the truth.

If you will allow yourself to see it, then you will find it. If you stop at the first “debunk” post that you come upon, and don’t apply critical thinking, then you will believe what your heart is wanting to believe, and it’s probably easier to believe at that moment that things are going to continue on just as they have. I’m hoping you will allow yourself to discover truth…

Allright – you are open to discovery – what now?

Again, sorry to put this back on you, but you have yet another choice. And I get it, it’s a tough one – so much going through your head, like:

What will people think of me?
How come my pastor has not shared this?
I might be labeled a nut job
This is way too supernatural for me

Take a moment to consider what’s common to all of those items above, and most other fears of truth?

We have fear of what people will think of us.

We are a society that does not accept thinking very far outside of the status-quo. We are encouraged to “go with the flow.” Anyone who “thinks outside the box” too far can become labeled a “conspiracy theorist” or worse. So we stay within the lines, to avoid being labeled, and so that our friends keep liking us. Unfortunately, truth often exists outside of the status-quo.

You know what I think is more important?

What God and Jesus thinks of us.

And the bible tells us over and over and over again that he loves us more than we can even love each other. He also tells us to watch and expect him to come back for us and has given us plenty of signs, for those with eyes to see, that he is at the door.

So are you ready to see? If not, I bet I can guess why.

Reason 1: You do not consider yourself a Christian

This is probably the most common reason, but you do need to address it. The bible (remember that book chock full of accurate historical events and unfolding prophecies?) That same book says that after this experience on earth (which is but a wisp of time,) we get to choose what’s next. We can choose to have eternity with Jesus, in a world that makes this world look like a joke. Or we can choose the less desirable location to spend eternity where its really really hot and evil. To me, it’s a no-brainer choice – if the bible is true, and the bible says that we can have eternal life, I’d take it, and get to know jesus. QUICKLY.   Just get it done – I want you to be with me in foreverness…

Reason 2: You ARE a Christian who is “asleep”

I can completely understand this as this was a description of me not even a year ago. I have been blessed with an inquisitive spirit, so when I hear alternative (to the mainstream) views, I don’t dismiss them immediately – I allow them to speak for themselves. After a few months of study, I came to a stark realization – the majority of the modern evangelical church is so busy being “relevant” that they are too afraid to teach on prophecy and end times. Jesus’ arch enemy is so crafty – he’s gotten our church too busy doing good things, to notice the greatness of truth!


Remember when I said earlier that you’ve made a choice, whether intentional or not? If you have not actively chosen Jesus Christ, then you have made a choice automatically for His adversary – it’s the default. So it’s time to take a stand for yourself. Be strong, and ask Jesus to show you how we are in fact in the end times, and ask Him to show you how much He loves you. If you desire that and truly believe that he will, I GUARANTEE YOU that He will.

I remember the moment I made that decision, I said to myself “If this is real, this changes everything!” And, please know I had been a Christian for many years already. You will be blown away by Jesus’ response (if asked sincerely), and you will be excited with what you discover. And, you will no longer be asleep, you will be watching for Jesus to return, as he has commanded us to do. It will change your life forever. But it will allow you to see good and evil, as opposed to blissful ignorance, so be aware.

One point of clarification – To spend eternity with Jesus, He has to know you. That implies a relationship. This is not a matter of checking off a box and your in- you do need to invest in a relationship with him. But first it starts with belief.

Time to make that choice.

I have written all of this because I want you to know the truth. It’s through my own study this past year that I came to realize that the world we live in has distorted the truth (thanks to The Light Bringer – Lucifer – Jesus’ adversary.) The battle of good and evil is not a fairly-tale – it’s real. Satan is the grand master of lies – he distorts the truth, mixing truth and lies together, in what can seem to be extremely believable ways. I would imagine that you have at least a basic understanding of where Satan’s lies lead to, and where those that do NOT choose Jesus will spend eternity, right?

Friends, it’s real.

The bible describes future millennial time with Jesus, and then the new earth afterwards as absolutely breathtakingly amazing. Watch this for a short taste of that paradise. The Bible also describes the alternative as pretty ugly. Please trust me that you do NOT want to have to go through the tribulation period – few will make it. And without a relationship with Jesus, even if you are one of the rare few that make it through, you will find it was not worth the fight, to spend eternity with evil.

Do you not see all of the evil sneaking in around us as the world turns farther and farther from Christ? The USA was formed on Christian principals – yet every month that goes by, we pass laws making it harder and harder to be the nation “In God We Trust.” In fact, some parts of doing that are already becoming illegal. What do you think this does to God’s blessing on this amazing nation? From that perspective, does it make more sense to consider that we are nearing the end?

Take a step back, look at everything around you with a fresh perspective, and ignore for the moment what the people around you think. Without that filter, you will be able to see truth clearly…

… Which will allow making the right choice that much easier.

Until He comes, we are told to “occupy” and share the news of Him with others. Don’t let your head hit the pillow tonight without giving your life to  Jesus – trust me, you will get a lot more than you will ever give up.

Much Love (I mean truly – I would not have written this were it not for love.)

Please consider accepting (or re-affirming) your faith in Jesus.

(please contact me if I can help with any of this!)

p.s. We are REALLY close.. so don’t take much time to consider. In fact, wisdom would say, choose Jesus NOW. Before Jesus’ came, the blood of perfect animals “atoned” (covered for) our sin. In the Church Age, Jesus, the perfect sacrificial lamb, atones for our sin. After the church age, for the majority of the world it will be your OWN blood – as you die as a martyr for Jesus – that will atone for your sin. Oh, and if you wait too long and are left behind, don’t, whatever you do, take the mark of the beast (it won’t be called that, you will have to study to figure out whatever it becomes.) If you do take the mark, you exclude yourself from eternal life with Jesus -irrevocably. It is better to die for Jesus than to take the mark.

If you REALLY want to dive in, watch the video below, it will catch you up fast. You may have to watch it a few times as it is fast-paced. Remember – Jesus does not forbid us in any way from attempting to figure out when He comes – that’s why He sends signs. Do know that the study of end times (eschatology) is “non-primary” to the Christian faith – meaning it’s not a salvation issue – the only thing that really matters is that you ARE saved. The nearness of the hour just encourages believers to get the word out.

One VERY important note said with MUCH LOVE:

Being Catholic does not necessarily mean you are Christian.

Please hear me on this – this is not a case of “my religion is better than your religion.” But it does touch on what is truth versus deception.

The Catholic Church does not meet the biblical description of the church as described in The Bible. The church (of the bible) is the body of believers that believes we are sinners, Jesus died for our sins, and also believes that the bible is the inerrant word of God. Unfortunately, the Catholic church quite simply teaches things that are NOT of the Bible. Such as it’s own rituals, the diety of Mary, the Pope as Father, infant baptism saving us from sin, and so many more things.

Now wait, please hear me.

I did NOT say that “you are not a Christian if you are Catholic.” What I said was “being Catholic does not MEAN you are a Christian – by God’s standards.” If you love Jesus, know you fall short of His glory (aka you sin) and believe that he died on the cross rose again on the third day, all to atone for your sins – then congratulations, you are a Christian! Continue to draw close to Jesus, and do not participate in the historical rituals taught by the Catholic church.

Please DO NOT take offense to this – but again, study, and have an open mind. I am taking the gutsy step to share this with you because I DO NOT want you to be surprised, and left behind when Jesus comes for His Bride (the Church.) Again, let’s spend foreverness together. Love, and nothing else, motivates me to write this whole post. Believe me, it’s much easier to not share this type of information, than it is to share it. But if you understand Jesus and His love for us, then you will begin to understand the love I have for you, the reader, and your internal security. – even if I don’t even know you personally! I hope to see you in the clouds.

Till it’s gone forever
Gone forever
Gone forevermore

Lets Have a Date-Setting Party!

It’s OK to try and guess the date of the rapture!

With Christmas coming up in a couple months, many of us turn to that (pagan) tradition of exchanging gifts with each other. Often times we “drop hints” to loved ones of what we would love for Christmas – and so we hope for certain things to come during the gift exchange. I don’t think that there’s any issue with trying to guess what you might be getting for Christmas.

It’s a similar position as we look to Jesus’ returning for His bride (the Church) – The bible has many clues that help us to see when Jesus may come for us. Books of the bible like the book of Daniel and Revelation were books that God commanded to be “sealed” at the time they were written, to be “unsealed” (or reveled/make sense) in the end times, the very time we are living in now, the last of the last days. One thing that the bible does NOT seem to say is that we should NOT look for our King’s return. In fact, it says the opposite in several passages – that we should be watching for His return, and be ready. Since I’m commanded to watch, then attempting to put possible dates together for Christ’s return would seem to be part of that, and not prohibited by the bible.

Now, if I were to offer a date and follow it by “Thus Saith The Lord” then that would be me claiming to speak prophecy – and since I am not a prophet, then that would be false prophecy. But to offer ideas to other brothers and sisters, and spur more interest in digging into scripture to find the real truth does nothing but improve our knowledge of God’s word!

Remember that in Matthew 24:36 Jesus says “No one knows about the day or the hour, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father.”  Please remember that Jesus was speaking to Jews at this time (not the Church), and it is before the time of Jesus’ ascent to the Father – and so Jesus was still limited in his carnal body.  Jesus tells us later in His ministry that we can know, consider 1 Thessalonians 5:4-6:

4But ye, brethren, are not in darkness, that that day should overtake you as a thief. 5Ye are all the children of light, and the children of the day: we are not of the night, nor of darkness. 6Therefore let us not sleep, as do others; but let us watch and be sober. 

OK to Watch

So now that I’ve convinced myself it’s OK to watch, I’ll share with you a very quick observation that came to me when I took a step back this week… Several of the prominent hypothesis being spoken of right now, all target about the same time (within about four days of each other.) We won’t know until the day, but doesn’t it seem like something God would do – that if He wants us to find his date of return, that he would make it so that several different theories arrive at the same point? Maybe it’s a stretch, but I’m extremely hopeful. And if He does not come shortly, then we will keep looking and keep hoping – with every day that passes, we are one day closer to His return!

Here’s some of the prominent theories right now on Rapture Dates:

Oct 29/30 or 30/31 – Heshvan 10 – This date  comes from believing Matthew 24:37 “As it was in the days of Noah, so it will be at the coming of the Son of Man. And then studying some of the dates from the time of noah, such as Heshvan 10 – the day that Noah was sealed into the ark by God. The latter part of this article by Daniel Matson covers it well – as it “delays” all of the fall feasts by 30 days, and results in several other interesting “date math” results. Note that depending on which Hebrew calendar you use, this is either the 29/30 or 30/31 October.

Oct 30/31 – Barley Harvest – (Nov 12/13 also an option) – There is a Hebrew custom of checking the Barley Harvest on a certain date – and if the Barley is not ready, a 13th month is added to the calendar for that year, effectively pushing the fall feasts out an extra 30 days. Since the first time around, the Feast of Atonement and Shemini Atzeret were good possible dates, and since in the event of a late barley harvest, those dates are still ahead of us.  This is also covered in Daniel Matson’s recent article.

Nov 2/3 – Vayera – a date in the hebrew calendar that literally means “And He Appeared.” Reading Leviticus 12, an exact “cleansing” procedure/timeline is given for a woman that has given birth to a male child. Here’s a nice condensed page of many date alignments- and this date is discussed on this page at about the halfway point of the document. Interestingly, November 2 is 100 days to the day of the 1917 Balfour Declaration – essentially declaring the need for a Jewish homeland.

Halloween conjecture: So isn’t it interesting that these dates are all pointing to times right around the date of the pagan holiday Halloween, where the dead are celebrated?  Regardless, I see several predictions coming to this same approximate time, using different data – so I’m taking notice.

And so children of the light: Are you ready? Are you watching?

More importantly dear friends, do you have eternal security? The rewards for accepting Christs death, burial, and ascension are beyond compare – it’s truly the deal of a lifetime. Please consider accepting Christ’s offer.. Not much more that I can say about that other than I hope we get to spend eternity together. Please join me!

I’ve Been Permanently Wrecked…

What a season this has been for me (and as a result, my family as well.) This last few months have been absolutely a whirlwind in my mind and heart like nothing I’ve ever been through before. I’m not talking bad things, just big discoveries – discoveries that really explain more and more what goes on around us.

But first I digress…

I made Christ my Lord and Savior when I was 18 years old. However, it’s been only the last 10 years where being ‘saved’ has transitioned from my head into my heart.

During the first 20 years of my “Christian walk” I did what many do in our margin-less society, and I lived my faith through what others (mostly pastors and teachers) said about Christ, and how a Christian is to live. I remember at one point wishing that God would just give me a “list” of rules to follow and obey (boy, am I glad He did not!)

However due to a season of personal struggle (on several fronts) approximately 10 years ago, I had reached a low point in my life. Some of us are pretty hard-headed, and God has to “forcefully simplify” our lives to make room for Him to come in and get personal – and that certainly happened in my case.

 – and I would not have traded that season for the world –

Don’t get me wrong, it was an ugly season (just ask my family) but I would not trade that season for anything – as through it I discovered a very real, and very personal Jesus. Prior to that, I truly had no idea that He wanted to know me that well – that personally.

Fast forward to 2016, as the presidential race was heating up, I then came to the shocking discovery that “everything is not as it seems” – and that there are people and powers in this world that are not really on our side. I began this blog as a way to share information from alternative news media, to combat some of the biased news that was coming out, long before it was ever termed “Fake News.” A few posts into the blog, and while searching for “real” news, I became aware of a section of my faith that I’d not really explored before, and I found it fascinating – and that’s where the blog posts died, as I now was in a learning mode again. You can read some of that here.

During the last 6 months, I have “discovered” a part of my faith that I had not given any attention to previously – namely “Eschatology” or the study of biblical end times.

 – you mean this thing ends?

To my defense (and of many others,) end times, and even more the whole subject of prophecy is not touched on in most of our churches today. The reasons for that would take several more posts to dissect, so we’ll leave that for another time.

Earlier this year, I loaded up my iPad with video and web content to study on a  5 hr flight – and when I landed, I remember sending an email to my wife stating “If what I’m studying is real, then this changes everything.”

A very large chunk of the bible is devoted to discussion of the “times of the end.” To sum it up, in the end, the Church (the body of believers) is removed from the earth, and then 7 years remain where God can then redeem his beloved Israel. If you’ve ever wondered why there is so much strife in the middle east, the simple story is because God promised Israel to the Jews forever. The story of God, Christ and the Church involves good versus evil (God vs. Satan) and Israel is surrounded on all sides by evil that would like nothing more than for Jews to not exist.

Prophecy is fact – the bible contains a very accurate timeline that’s  historically proven itself through the years. If I did not have a personal relationship with Christ, the knowledge of completed prophecy would have been enough to cause me to really dig into it – but again, it’s not taught much, and the first part of my “walk” was done through the eyes of others.

There is still a big chunk of prophesy yet to be fulfilled – most of it relating to the end times. The exciting part is that it is quite literally unfolding in front of our very eyes. But just as I learned how “Fake News” attempts to keep people unaware of the real truth, I discovered that much of the truth of end times is just not being discussed.

 – In fact, most Christians are not even watching for Christ’s return (even though he commanded us as believers that we watch.) Oops… I was guilty.

So I began to devour bible studies on the end times – which takes you through Revelation and the book of Daniel, as well as referencing just many other corners of the bible. And I began to realize that God may have chosen us to live in and experience the end times – a piece of time written about more than any other time period in the bible, including the time that Jesus walked the earth.

I went through several phases in my mind (well, more in my heart really.) I began to understand that Jesus was coming for His bride (the Church) – and with that were many promises. I began to connect the dots – many of our modern worship songs speak of Christ coming again, but I think it’s outside so much of our normal that we just assume that nothing like that will occur during our lifetime (see previous post about normals.)

I first went through the emotion of loss – so many things in this world that were still on my “bucket list.” Whenever we see huge change ahead, our first thought is to fear it due to a perceived loss. Then that fear transitions to fear of the unknown (so do I become a cloud when Jesus comes for me? Do I even qualify?)

It did not take long for me to get through this phase on to the next, and that’s the phase where everything really changes.

 – and it’s the place where I really, truly found hope.

Boy, do I wish this stuff was taught more in the church – it’s sad that the very evil that is against God has found it’s way into our churches, and essentially put the church to sleep with regard to end times. The bible is chock FULL of promises of things to come – things that show our Father in heaven’s love for us. And really, it’s important to understand that the promises are orders of magnitude in just about every respect versus what this life we have now promises.

Consider just these promises:

  • Eternal Life (we could stop here – this is a big one!)
  • Death does not exist
  • Loss of the dimensional restriction of time (as we know it)
  • No evil (I mean completely gone)

That list can go on a lot longer, but here’s what finally wrecked me: My initial fear of the unknown and loss of the things of this world, fairly quickly transitioned into a daily prayer and longing for Christ to come for us – nothing that we have here can compare to the restored world that Christ promised us. And to think that it may be in our lifetime. I honestly, can’t wait!

This turned into a daily study of end times, unmasking prophecy, etc – so much that I hope each day that this is “the day.” We know that we are very near to the end – so much of the bible’s end-times prophecy has been “unsealed” – meaning that what seemed like allegory, turned out to line-up with actual events – and many have attempted to figure out the date of Christ’s return.

– And I don’t see anything wrong with that –

Some of the more “stuffy” Christian community will call those folks “Date Setters” as if that’s a bad thing. To me, when approached with humility (i.e. it looks like this, but it’s all up to God) trying to figure out God’s timing is completely fine – and I have followed many of these predictions. Obviously we are still here, but with each date that passes, more prerequisites to His arrival seem to get checked off of the list.

The most challenging part for me was handling disappointment. It would look like Day X was a sure-fire day for the return of the King – and I wanted it so bad. When that day would pass, my hopes would take a hit somewhat – at least until I saw how much closer daily events were taking us to His arrival.

Then today, I had a huge reset in that area. You see, I have been basing my hopes on the “event” of Christ’s coming- and every day that He did not come, was a day of sadness for me. When you read what Jesus has in store for us after his return for us (and beyond,) you truly will want nothing to do with this evil world that we are made to function in. But what I had to do was shift my hope from Christ’s coming (the specific event) to the hope of what Christ’s restored world brings with it.

– What a relief! –

After my “dark valley” experience of 2008-2009 is when I truly found a personal Jesus. Many thanks goes to Ransomed Heart Ministries and John Eldredge for the “Wild at Heart” book, and associated mens retreats that they offer – This is  where I learned that Jesus cares for me personally.

John just released a new book titled “All Things New” and about a month ago. I came across this video introduction to the book – and it captivated me. I strongly recommend you take a look at this video taster – especially if you’ve had no desire or longing for heaven and eternal life up to this point:

In all truth, I had misplaced my hope during this time. In my study of Eschatology, I became enamored with the event (where Christ comes for the church) and did not look much further than that event – mostly because I placed my full trust in Jesus when He said that it would be better (than this world.) But John’s book took me through a deeper study of the promise – the hope, if you will.

Life up until now would have been a MUCH different experience, had I had that hope instilled in me early in my Christian walk.

Friends, I’m excited out of my skin for Christ to come and take the Church away. I’m even more excited to return with Christ and enjoy eternity with Him here – on this very earth – (minus the evil part.) I’m watching every day, and following many fellow “Watchmen” who are studying prophecy – in an attempt to know when He might come (again, that’s not a bad thing to watch.) When He comes is totally up to Him, although the bible tells us that those that watch will not be surprised – and those of us watching are seeing an awful lot of prophecy being fulfilled right now – which is why I still have a sense that it’s very soon (very.) Who knows for sure, it might be years away. Or it could be months, weeks, or even days (the “days” part is not just a hope – there’s some meat to it.) But my hope now lies in the amazing promises of what eternity will be like – and that’s enough to carry me all the way. But I sure do hope he comes soon 🙂

Do you know Jesus? He literally created you (in His image) – but he gave you free will to choose the world, or choose Him (I’ve tried life both ways, and I choose the latter…) He’s extremely real, and he does not want you to perish in the passing away of this world. Won’t you consider putting your trust in Him now? Simply submit your life to him, and eternity (in a much better place) becomes yours. Take a look here for more info.



God’s Voice Through All…

I have a somewhat different, fun post today!

I have been a lover of music (most all kinds) since I was very young.

As my Christian walk grew over the years, I began to notice that often times, a secular song would have lyrics that seemed to be a cry out to Jesus – even though that was not likely the artist’s intent. I believe that the “Jesus sized hole” that is in every human heart directs much of our desire, even if the individual does not acknowledge Jesus.

I also like “redemptive” and “happily ever after” themes in song and music – I believe because redeeming is what Jesus is all about. Combine beautiful music with passionate, redemptive lyrics, and it gets my tear ducts to activate!

Just today, while driving, I heard two songs from playlists that I had not heard in a long time. Looking at these songs with fresh eyes and an eye for the times we are living in, really took me back a bit – I imagine that neither of these artists (or the song writers) had any idea how “end times-ey” the lyrics are.

I love both of these songs, and now they give me Holy-Spirit goose bumps (Chicken skin for my Hawaiian family…)  Below are the two songs, and I really encourage you to listen to them. I’ve chosen versions with lyrics to help. Of course not every word and phrase fits the message that I’m reading into them, but the overall picture painted says enough to me.

I’ll present two songs below. The first song is a song that I first heard performed by Celine Dion and Andre Bocelli – two very amazing voices. Just look at some of these lyrics:

I pray you’ll be our eyes
and watch us where we go
And help us to be wise
in times when we don’t know
Let this be our prayer
when we lose our way
Lead us to a place
guide us with your grace
To a place where we’ll be safe.

I mean really? Are you kidding me? Please enjoy the song below.

The next song I will present to you is a very recent song by Harry Styles (of One Direction fame.) Again, see some of the lyrics:

Just stop your crying
It’s a sign of the times
We gotta get away from here
We gotta get away from here
Just stop your crying
It’ll be alright
They told me that the end is near
We gotta get away from here

More goose bumps for me! God works through EVERYONE – and he’s left a mark, a longing on each person that can only be filled by Him – and the message of that longing is a very familiar cry out to Jesus. Enjoy this video:

That’s all for right now. I just had to share – to me it’s encouragement as we watch and wait for our savior.


All of the Watchmen are Winners…

Just felt a prompting to post this brief message – so here goes!

So much end times prophecy happening right now, and such division (even in the church) about it’s validity. Lots of date predictions happening, different theories floating around – it’s exciting.

God hit me with some big thoughts about this season. Is it OK for us to focus on this? I believe it is so, and is of great importance – lest we be like the 5 foolish virgins who did not have oil for their lamps, and missed it entirely.

I just want to say:

  1. I’m thankful for ALL of the watchmen,
  2. I don’t believe it’s wrong to “watch” and try to “predict” the rapture,

Allow me to explain a little more of my thoughts:

“I’m thankful for ALL of the watchmen”

I have been following 15-20 different individuals who are sounding the watchmen alarm, They exist in online video and blog format – and I’ve absorbed many of the main theories in these most recent 6 months pertaining to the rapture of the church, and the tribulation. It’s been absolutely fascinating, and has literally awakened me to end times prophecy, and the whole concept of prophecy at all.

Does any one person have “the” line on the truth? Nope, no way – we are all feeble human, trying to consider what our omnipotent Lord has planned. It bothers me when some watchmen “call out” other watchmen for different views – it seems just the way that Satan would divide us, and keep us guessing.  I always pray that the approach would be more collaborative, as we all work this out together and learn from each other.

I prefer to listen to many voices , combine with my own studies, and formulate my own opinions based on that, as well as nudging from the Holy Spirit. I try to avoid those that are just based on dreams alone (but lots having the same dream I am intrigued by), and those that have had words from the Lord, unconfirmed by others. I look for trends among the throughs of many, and combine with my own walk with God.

But there’s another really big reason I am thankful for the watchmen – it’s because the fact that they are watching, encourages me to watch. And indeed it has caused me to pick up a biblical field of study that I scarcely even knew of previously. I am thankful for all of the watchmen and their efforts – I’d rather follow God’s commandment to watch – and be wrong, than to not watch at all, and miss the final opportunity to invite people into the “church” before the upcoming tribulation.

“I don’t believe it’s wrong to watch, and even attempt to “predict” the rapture.”

My main reason for this is that simply watching, studying, and attempting to put the pieces together keeps me watching, and very engaged. I have held loosely to many conclusions, and avoiding saying that “this day IS THE day.” instead, I prefer to assess certain things as “high watch” days/weeks. God is continually unfolding this story in real time, and tomorrow’s data will shed different light on today’s views.

As near as I can tell, the bible does not discourage us attempting to “figure things out” – I only see commands to watch out for false teachers. Other than that, we are just commanded to watch. God has given us so many treasures in the Word, and I leave you with this verse referring to that:

Proverbs 25:2 – It is the glory of God to conceal a thing: but the honour of kings is to search out a matter.

And so we search. And watch. And anticipate.

Marinatha! (click for definition)


Interesting Week Ahead…

Hello Friends!

Today I’d like to share a few articles that would be very worth your while to read. I’ll introduce each topically below.

Well, the Prophecy Community is abuzz with thoughts towards this coming week… And of course we also hear the same rhetoric from the scoffers over and over about not knowing the day or the hour of Christ’s return (which refers to His second coming, NOT to the return to the clouds to receive the church at the rapture. All we can do is pray for anyone that has used this mis-information to ignore Jesus’ command to watch for Him, and to know that those of us “of the light” will not be surprised (1 Thessalonians 5:4)  It’s amazing how effective Satan has been against the church, and has been able to put most of us to sleep, and thus preventing more and more from experiencing Jesus’ saving grace.

If you would like to read deeper into this whole “not knowing the day or hour” debate, please review this article from Unsealed.org. 

In any case, back to this coming week (and the past week for that matter) – for prophecy watchers, there’s a lot to consider. Just watch the news, and consider the highlights – North Korea, Las Vegas, Antifa, and so on. The “Birth Pains” continue – as the bible said they would. And as in childbirth, the birth pains increase in intensity until the actual birth happens.

Here’s a great article from last week, that talks about many of the current events and how they may align with end times.

So just when is Jesus coming for His bride? In truth, that’s really up to Him – but we certainly can watch, and take our best shot at reading the signs in the world that are spoken of in the bible. Nowhere can I find in the bible where it is bad for us to biblically attempt prediction – to me, that just follows along with Jesus words commanding us to watch and wait for Him.

Much of the Prophecy Community has focused on a Jewish “Holy Convocation” day called “Shemini Atzeret” – or sometimes called “The 8th Day” – it’s a day that follows the Feast of Tabernacles, that the Jewish community celebrates ever year. There are many prophetic signs that align with this particular day, and so it constitutes for us a “High Watch” period where Jesus may come for His bride.

Here’s an excellent document about this coming day, and why many of us are watching it carefully.

We all know that the Revelation 12 sign did occur on 9/23/2017 – but have put fourth that perhaps the sign was not just a one-day thing. By looking at the Mazzaroth as Israel would do, we see that the “players” (planets and stars) that were a part of the Revelation 12 sign are continuing to present a message as they move through the night sky. Here’s a good video that speaks to how the Revelation 12 sign is ongoing, continuing onward.

I hope everyone has a blessed week.

My prayer for this week is that those who are asleep to Christ coming for His bride would awake – both believers and non-believers. We’re approaching a go/no-go point here in the very near future. We are fast approaching the end of the “Church Age” – that is the point where simply accepting that Christ died for our sins insures you eternal life. Once Christ takes the Church (people, not buildings) away, coming to Christ may require willful loss of life.

Please consider your salvation!

With love,


Time To Decide Your Future

I suspect that you have likely been offered the “Gospel” of Jesus Christ before in your life, and for some reason you may have chosen not to accept it.

Maybe it’s because you saw so much corruption on “Religion” on this earth, that you wanted nothing to do with it (in truth, neither did Jesus…)

Maybe it’s because you see yourself as a “Good Person” and that you will be “OK” when your life ends.

Or maybe it was just too hard to see yourself as a sinner – someone who regularly falls short of the Glory of God – after all, you’ve done well when measured against the world,  and measured against that gauge, you find yourself scoring well.

Friends, the “last call” to accept the saving grace of Jesus Christ is here – your choice at this point will, literally, determine your eternity. The world is not going to end, but listen carefully, we are very close to the end of the world as we know it. 

Oh, I know… the things of Jesus are hard for you to believe. Your worldview of the achievements of man attempts to explain away the existence of God – however that process has become circular in nature, and ultimately points right back to a divine creation – that we are not a cosmic accident, but were created by one who loves us. That’s right, science continually proves the existence of God – from our ordered universe, to the inerrant accuracy of the Bible we have been given.

I choose to believe in God, and in the Bible. It wasn’t always that way in my life – I had answers for everything for the first 18 years. Then I accepted Christ, and spent the next 30 years being slowly, painfully transformed. To this day, I can not imagine what my life would be like without the involvement of, and service to, my creator.

I truly believe what the bible says. And the bible is clear that the time we live in (the “Age of Grace” or “The Church Age”) has a definite end, and that the end (of that TIME period) is (very) near. We still, for a short time, live in an age where we can simply accept a few basic (but critical) things about God, and He in turn makes incredible, eternal promises to us. But there’s not much time left for that – the age we live in is coming to a close rapidly. Do yourself a huge favor and don’t believe what your neighbor and co-workers believe – investigate for yourself. But do it quickly.

The same bible that guides all believers today, aligns with, and is validated by, world history and actual events. The bible  also tells us that the end of this age is very near. The bible describes this  using tangible, measurable signs that everyone can be aware of. The world is not going to end for about 1000 years, but the Age of Grace is, and with it the opportunity for eternal life also ends, never to be opened again.

So you have a choice – and like so many choices, it has a “default” choice – this is the choice that you passively make by not being intentional about choosing. You can continue on believing you are a “good person”, and when the church age closes, you will sadly find that you have chosen an eternal world with pain, agony, and fire – and you will NOT have an opportunity to make a new choice.

The other option is that you can speak out loud that you really do believe that Jesus submitted himself to death via hanging on a cross, was buried, and rose again three days later, submitting his own life (and blood) as a once-and-for-all redemption for our life of sin that falls short of God’s glory. By simply believing, God promises us many things, including writing our name in the Book of Life, guaranteeing a life eternal, in a much more comfortable place than the first option affords.

But your decision is becoming urgent. There are many signs and prophesies in the bible that  have come to pass right now, and right in front of us – and these  are markers that the end is coming.

We have known, based on some indicators in the bible, that those living on earth at this time will be around to see the end of the age. The year 2017 also aligns with many forecasts that the bible calls prophesies (and they have an incredible track record of correctness.) A major sign verifiably occurred in the stars (spoken of in Revelation chapter 12) that makes one of the largest and most significant “signs” ever offered from the bible. That was preceded by the Great American Eclipse, which was another biblical sign.

To my Christian friends:  if you still think “Ye shall not know the day or the hour” (of Christ’s return for His bride) please spend some time studying the topic, instead of just accepting institutional church doctrine taught to you over the years. The bible does not change – but using current events God reveals things to us that we could not see before. Siding with church doctrine may allow you at this time to miss what God is putting in front of us (remember – the Jews hung their messiah on a tree…)

I believe the bible, and I believe that it says the rest happens very very quickly. You may only have a simple few days left to modify your choice – where to spend eternity.

Won’t you please consider making a very easy and eternal decision, and confess Jesus right now while you still have some time? If you speak it in truth, and it comes from your heart, you will be saved – and what awaits you in short order is absolutely breathtaking. The default is not worth it. Truly.

With Love,


p.s. send me a note if you professed Jesus as your savior!

What Do We Know Now?

Happy September 25!

How about that, the world did not end!

(draws needle across the record) – Wait… did someone say that it would end? No-one of any credibility that I’m aware of said such a thing. There were many musings about the possible timeline after the sign, but none of that was as certain as the sign itself – But the Mainstream (or Lamestream in this case) seems to really enjoy twisting what people say.

What Happened?

Again no one of any credibility was predicting the world to end on Sept 23 – what was being said was not prediction at all but was pure, measurable fact – and that fact was that the description in Revelation 12 vs 1, 2, and 5 has come to pass, a “a great sign in the heavens” just as the text says. And the “Revelation 12 sign in the sky” did in fact occur on September 23 with great accuracy. If you disagree, please review the video below and make your own call. The story of man is told in the sky – the Hebrews knew this and used it as their calendar. Satan confused the Moedim, and tried to make it something to be worshiped by turning it into astrology and distorting the original intent. God merely meant it as a calendar, not something to be worshipped.

The constellations are speaking to us, as they were designed to do by their creator: Revelation 12, versus 1, 2, and 5 have occurred – non-negotiable. Additional verses are unfolding in the Mazzaroth as we speak (see Scottie’s video above)

This is going to be my most scripture-packed post yet – we need to clearly see the truth unfolding. If you are uncertain, I’d really strongly recommend you not skip over the quotes that I’ve given, they are where belief comes from.

The bible even predicts that in these times there will be scoffers:

2 Peter 3:3-4 3 “Above all, you must understand that in the last days scoffers will come, scoffing and following their own evil desires. 4 They all say, “Where is this ‘coming’ he promised?? Ever since our ancestors died, everything goes on as it has since the beginning of creation.”

Jude 1:18 They said unto you, “In the last times there will be scoffers who follow their own ungodly desires

Calling “Bravo Sierra” on Revelation 12 is taking the easy road – anyone can scoff, and if they have no faith, then they likely could not wait until 9/24 to cry wolf. But friends, do your own research, challenge these things that I’m saying – it’s worth your effort:

Prov 25:2 – It is the glory of God to conceal a thing, but the honor of Kings is to search out a matter.

God has given us the story, we just need to go look for it – and pieces of the puzzle are released to the body of the church as needed – and this is unfolding by the day for us. The scoffers can be considered yet another sign of the times – they are fulfilling the prophecy as well!

So what do we actually know?

Let’s take a quick snapshot of what’s happening around us that has been spoken of (prophesied) in the bible. I’ll just provide a few examples, as so much is unfolding right now that this post would become a full time job to create if I listed all that I can see. Sure, these things have been happening since the beginning of time, but don’t dismiss it just because it’s familiar. Just take a look at the events that have transpired just in the last 30 days – these are not “normal” occurrences.

Lets look at this from the scripture, down to the events that have or are occurring.

1 Timothy 3:1-5 – This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come. For men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, unthankful, unholy,  Without natural affection, trucebreakers, false accusers, incontinent, fierce, despisers of those that are good, Traitors, heady, highminded, lovers of pleasures more than lovers of God; Having a form of godliness, but denying the power thereof: from such turn away.

Just look at our society and the upcoming generation. I call “‘Nuff said” on this one for sure.

Luke 21:11 – And great earthquakes shall be in divers places, and famines, and pestilences; and fearful sights and great signs shall there be from heaven.

So let’s see, New Madrid Fault, Mexico City, Japan, Mexico coastline, Yellowstone Caldera activity. Northern CA Coastline. Sure seems like a lot to me.  As of 9/25 at r:45 PST, the USGS gas reported 34 earthquakes of Magnitude 5.0 or above and they are worldwide.

Luke 21:25 – And there shall be signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars; and upon the earth distress of nations, with perplexity; the sea and the waves roaring;

Revelation 12 was a sign in the sun, moon, and in the stars. Many nations are in economic (or otherwise) distress, famines are on the rise (even those thought long gone). I’d say the sea and the waves are roaring; Irma, Maria, and whatever else is stirring in the atlantic. Interesting to note that in this scripture that speaks of signs in the sun, and signs in the sea, the Great American Eclipse occurred on the “21st” day, and Irma formed on the 25th day

Matthew 24-5:14 For many shall come in my name, saying, I am Christ; and shall deceive many. And ye shall hear of wars and rumors of wars: see that ye be not troubled: for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet. For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be famines, and pestilences, and earthquakes, in divers places. All these are the beginning of sorrows. Then shall they deliver you up to be afflicted, and shall kill you: and ye shall be hated of all nations for my name’s sake. And then shall many be offended, and shall betray one another, and shall hate one another. And many false prophets shall rise, and shall deceive many. And because iniquity shall abound, the love of many shall wax cold. But he that shall endureunto the end, the same shall be saved. And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world fora witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come.

North Korea (and Iran – the two “loose cannons” with nukes), Damascus, Israel, etc. Much in this passage about strife among people, and deception, and inequity. Hundreds of years of Missionaries, and the advent of the internet have brought the gospel to the world. Oh, and after all that it says the end comes – referring to the end of the (church) age – NOT the end of the world.

Matthew 24:37-41 – For as were the days of Noah, so will be the coming of the Son of Man. For as in the days that were before the flood they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, until the day that Noe entered into the ark, And knew not until the flood came, and took them all away; so shall also the coming of the Son of man be. Then shall two be in the field; the one shall be taken, and the other left. Two women shall be grinding at the mill; the one shall be taken, and the other left.

So many parallels to Noah’s time says the bible. The eclipse was a 40 day warning (as in the time of Jonah and Nineveh. People will be going about their own business, living their “normal.” Meanwhile the watchmen are calling attention to the time, but yet “they (the people) knew not.” And then of course the rapture is described at the end.

1 Thessalonians 5:2-11 – For you yourselves are fully aware that the day of the Lord will come like a thief in the night. While people are saying, “There is peace and security,” then sudden destruction will come upon them as labor pains come upon a pregnant woman, and they will not escape. But you are not in darkness, brothers, for that day to surprise you like a thief. For you are all children of light, children of the day. We are not of the night or of the darkness. So then let us not sleep, as others do, but let us keep awake and be sober.

The UN’s International Day of Peace was declared on 9/21 – and this year’s title is “Together for Peace: Respect, Safety and Dignity for All.” I’m not sure you can make this stuff up. Oh, and also the little gift at the end pointing to the Rev 12 sign in the heavens – and also a nice key is given in referring to them as “birth pains” – when A woman goes into labor, the birth pains increase until the child is delivered (and the Child in this case is the Church.)

Daniel 12:4 – But you, Daniel, shut up the words and seal the book, until the time of the end. Many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall increase.

The recent times have seen the “unsealing” of so many prophesies in the bible. This passage also talks about the ease of travel, as well as what I think is a pretty good 1st Century description of the internet.

Friends, theres some pretty interesting stuff going on. And again, another choice comes your way – do you take the time to investigate what’s happening and see if the bible is speaking, or do you just push it aside?  I submit to you that these times are incredibly fascinating and worth the investigation – and I’m watching them myself – as a way of confirming in my heart what I think is happening.

My only words of advice to you are to give the information a chance to speak to you – so much has unfolded already, and this week is bound to hold many more treasures. The times we are living in have been written about for thousands of years, and we are actually able to observe them first hand. And for those that love Jesus, there’s no need to fear – remember, we know who wins.



Don’t Be Caught Un-Prepared

Wow, are things ever ramping up!

(Great video below on timelines)

Moments ago Mexico experienced another earthquake, this time a 7.1 near Raboso.

Wars and rumors of wars, weather, disasters, fires, all of the kinds of things that the Bible speaks about as being “end times” events are happening all around us. Sure, every generation has it’s issues, but when you pile on all of the biblical prophetic dates on top of the many current events that are going on in our world, I can only realistically come to one conclusion:

Jesus is coming to meet us (Christians) in the clouds soon.

My question for you is this: “Are you ready?”

If you are NOT already a Christ Follower, please read the following.

What does ready look like? First and foremost, you have to make a decision – are you going to be a participant of the tribulation that leads to Armageddon, or are you going to be a spectator from a safe distance? Believe it or not, that’s a choice that you have 100% control over. And no one is likely going to twist your arm about it.

Essentially, you can profess that Jesus Christ died on the cross, was buried, and rose again three days later (1 Cor 15:3-4) – and that his blood was shed for your sins, past, present and future. If you believe and profess that (and you can do it right now) then congratulations, you are a Christian, and will be joining us in Heaven during the 7 year tribulation. Christ’s blood shed on the cross completely and totally protects you.

If you don’t choose this option, then you will still have an opportunity to survive the tribulation period, but most likely instead of Christ’s blood protecting you, you will have to shed your own blood, and die as a martyr to be with Jesus. Given the nastiness that the bible describes as happening during the 7 year tribulation, choosing the first option really is the better deal, and comes with a whole host of benefits that are too numerous to list here.

Need some help making this choice? Please Contact Me here or via Facebook – I’d love to help you along in the process.

IF you ARE a Christ Follower already, please read below:

Aren’t you blessed? Can you believe that we are part of a chosen generation of Christ Followers that live in the very time of Christ’s return, as promised in the Bible for thousands of years? I still find it amazing – really? We are the generation that will never sleep (die?)

But as you ponder this, this comes with a heavy responsibility. If you are like me, where evangelism and winning souls for Christ were not your mainstay, you have at least a couple of days to remedy that. I offer you this passage:

Ezekiel 33:6
But if the watchman see the sword come, and blow not the trumpet, and the people be not warned; if the sword come, and take any person from among them, he is taken away in his iniquity; but his blood will I require at the watchman’s hand.

Do you feel the weight of that? I already feel as though I have sorely fallen short of it. But there’s still some (brief) time to make a difference, and add to the family of God. And with all that is going on in the world, I’m finding people very open to conversations, much more open than I would have expected.

Remember that saving people is not your job, it’s Jesus’. You are just the messenger. And not everyone you speak to will be receptive to your offer – so think of it as planting seeds. When we are all taken away, people that you have spoken to will remember this conversation, and may seek answers – they still have a chance of salvation during the tribulation.

And one more comment – you may have to step around your self image (as I did) – let God work through you – I have been amazed what happens when I just take the step. Consider talking to even one person a day – that could be one more soul in eternity.

But time is running out – God left the Revelation 12 “sign in the heavens” for us as a marker of time. While we don’t know exactly when events will transpire after that, there is enough data available to say that if not immediately, it will be very soon after the Revelation 12 sign, which occurs Saturday morning, 9/23 (PST). And friends, if it does not happen on or close to that, do know that it is very close – there are way to many indicators in the world to ignore. The ultimate date and time are up to God – but He has told us the season, and we are in it.

Please join me!
With much love,

Timeline Video: