Is America still "the land of the free and the home of the brave"? For a long time the United States was the envy of the world—even its enemies paying it grudging respect. This divinely blessed nation used to be the standard by which all other countries were compared. What happened to cause the nation's disturbing fall from such soaring heights?
Ambitious and expensive government programs seriously endanger America's economic stability and add to the nation's already gargantuan national debt. The inevitable downside seems to be massive cuts in military spending. Where is this disturbing trend taking a troubled nation?
Why is the world the way it is? What has shaped our society and the kind of people we are? We've come up with all kinds of great advancements—like technology, medicine and governing constitutions—yet in many aspects the way we live is growing only worse and worse. Why?
Much of the Bible is prophecy. Many of its books are prophetic, even some of those we don't normally associate with prophecy. Many of God's greatest servants, including Jesus Christ, were prophets. So what does God want us to learn from prophecy?
The cold-blooded attack on innocent bystanders at the Boston Marathon didn't come out of nowhere. It's one of many tragedies that should give us pause and cause us to contemplate several lessons about life.
Pope Benedict's sudden and unexpected resignation has been called the Catholic Church's most stunning development in the last half century. Will the choice of a new pope bring significant changes in church culture, manners and even certain aspects of doctrine? More importantly, does Bible prophecy indicate the Roman church's ultimate destiny?
Hostility against the Jewish state, encircled by antagonistic countries, threatens to get completely out of control. How will Jerusalem cope with these anti-Semitic outbursts? What does the Bible reveal about this vulnerable nation's destiny?
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