Question: What do these Bible verses have in common? “But of that day and hour knoweth no man” and “one shall be taken, and the other left” Answer: They have nothing at all to do with the Rapture. By Craig C. White Did you know that not a single one of these verses pertains to… Continue reading Question: What do these Bible verses have in common?
Iran approves Turkey’s new advance into Syria By Craig C. White Although Turkey and Iran are on opposite sides in Syria, Iran is encouraging Turkey to further attack the Kurds in northern Syria. Iran figures that with the Kurds under assault in the north that Iran will have greater opportunity to attack Israel in the… Continue reading Iran approves Turkey’s new advance into Syria
Jesus will be HOT when he comes for his Church Mosul, the Rapture, and the Golan Heights By Craig C. White OK, here is something that you have never considered. The book of Nahum predicts the flooding and destruction of ancient Nineveh. That happened in 612 BC. Today Nineveh is called Mosul in northern Iraq.… Continue reading Jesus will be HOT when he comes for his Church
Is the Antichrist “sitting in the temple of God” the same as “the abomination of desolation standing in the Holy place”? Turkish President Erdogan sat in the Hagia Sophia Cathedral exalting himself above Christ. By Craig C. White Most Bible teachers think that the Antichrist will sit in the newly built temple in Jerusalem showing… Continue reading Is the Antichrist “sitting in the temple of God” the same as “the abomination of desolation standing in the Holy place”?
Judean wilderness east of Jerusalem toward Jordan. Photo by Ian W. Scott Note: The path that sweeps across the illustration is an infamous trail. This may be the route that the people of Judea take while fleeing into the mountains (Mark 13:14). Psalm 83 War Hidden in a secret place! By Craig C. White It… Continue reading Psalm 83 War – From Judah to Jordan to Jesus
The nations are disquieted over Syria verse by verse through Jeremiah 49:23-27 By Craig C. White The Prophet Jeremiah asks the question “How is Damascus not there?”. Damascus is the oldest continually inhabited city in the world. One day it will no longer exist. Jeremiah 49:23 Concerning Damascus. Hamath is confounded, and Arpad: for they… Continue reading Verse by verse through Jeremiah 49:23-27
Photo credit: US Fish and Wildlife Service Daniel 7: The Leopard is Upon Us! A new look at Daniel 7 Daniel 7:6 By Craig C. White Commonly interpreted as describing ancient world empires, Daniel 7 has been sorely misunderstood. It is high time to properly interpret Daniel’s end time vision, since it is unfolding today.… Continue reading Daniel 7 – The Leopard is Upon Us!
Camlica Mosque tabernacle between the seas By Craig C. White In March, 2019 the Camlica Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey officially opened to the public. The Camlica Mosque is the largest mosque in Turkey with the tallest minarets in the world. The Camlica Mosque is built on the Bosporus waterway connecting the Black Sea to the… Continue reading Camlica Mosque – tabernacle between the seas
Erdogan revealed as Antichrist at Hagia Sophia click to watch video on YouTube Erdogan official revealed as the Antichrist By Craig C. White On July 24, 2020 Turkish President Erdogan sat in the 1500 year old Hagia Sophia Cathedral in Istanbul, Turkey showing himself that he is greater than the Christian God. According to 2Thessalonians… Continue reading Erdogan revealed as Antichrist at Hagia Sophia – video
Turkey is helping Russia in some very significant ways Russia is likely to give Turkey a lot of leeway in Syria By Craig C. White June 11, 2022 ANKARA: As a NATO member Turkey will veto membership for Finland and Sweden. How important do you think that is to Russia? Turkish President Erdogan is also… Continue reading Turkey is helping Russia in some very significant ways