“In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.” – Gen. 1:1
This is the opening verse in the Bible in the Book of Genesis, yet few ever really stop and think about what it says. The word ‘beginning’ is a translation of the hebrew word rā·shēth’, which means beginning or first, and the phrase ‘in the beginning‘ means time began at the first of creation. Most people just assume time goes on forever but, time had a beginning and it was made for man, as was all the creation. God is beyond time, He is eternal.
From the beginning God wanted mankind to know the boundaries of time. As King David wrote – Continue reading
So far, we have covered Christ’s letters to the seven churches (Rev. 2, 3), the Heavenly Throne of God (Rev. 4), the Scroll with seven seals (Rev. 5), the Seals of God (Rev. 6), the sealing of God’s servants (Rev. 7), and the seven trumpets of judgment (Rev. 8-10), the Two Witnesses and the last trumpet (Rev. 11).
The are many interpretations of these events but, I believe as the end of these things nears, God will make them clearer to those who search for God’s truth. I believe most of the events so far are chronological but, there may be some that fold back upon previous events thus giving further revelation about them and some of the events are happening at the same time and only appear chronological because that is the only way John could write them down. Continue reading
When God created the heavens and the earth He placed in the heavens patterns among the stars that have prophetic messages for mankind. Some have been fulfilled and some are yet to be fulfilled. One, which has end-time implications, is about to be fulfilled – it is the sign of the Seed of the Woman, which is displayed in the constellation Virgo.
“And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years” – Genesis 1:14
Shortly after the Creation Satan was at work, deceiving and accusing, and both Adam and Eve fell. As Adam is known as the Man, so Eve is known as the Woman. To the woman was given the first prophetic promise of Messiah, who is known as the Seed of the Woman. Continue reading