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King of the South

  • by Dan Taylor
The world is seeing an increasing number of growing trouble spots. Yet one remains consistent in its ability to dominate the headlines—the Middle East. What’s behind its constant turmoil?
  • by Scott Ashley
Europe may be waking up to a new reality—that waves of Muslim immigrants and Islamic terror attacks are transforming the continent before our eyes. Does Bible prophecy indicate where events might be heading?
  • by Melvin Rhodes
Previous generations have thought that Jesus Christ would return in their lifetimes, but they were proven wrong. Many people alive today think that Christ's return is imminent. Certainly, the Bible contains prophecies that could not have been fulfilled until this generation.
  • by John LaBissoniere
The biblical prophet Daniel described an intense conflict between two kings that will occur at “the time of the end.” Although this fight is initiated by “the king of the South,” he ultimately loses badly. Who is this king? What will he do? And what should it mean to you?
  • by John Ross Schroeder, Peter Eddington
We often see the Middle East catapulted to the forefront of news programs around the world. Even faraway nations are deeply affected by what happens in this volatile region. You need to understand what has been prophesied to occur there and why. 
  • by Melvin Rhodes
On Sept. 1, 1969, Libya's King Idris was overthrown in a violent coup that brought a young revolutionary Colonel Muammar Gaddafi to power. For more than 40 years his revolutionary fervor has spread mayhem and discord.
  • by United Church of God
Jerusalem remains the most contested city on earth, having fallen to invading forces more than 20 times throughout its recorded history.
  • by Tom Robinson
A media circus was in full swing as U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama was greeted in the Middle East and Europe as a political superstar in late July 2008. But a potentially far more important development in that part of the world the week before garnered little attention.
  • by Cecil Maranville
In a bold speech before the United Nations on September 17th, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad rejected the offer of incentives by the EU3 (England, France and Germany) to abandon uranium enrichment for its nuclear program.