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  • by Don Hooser
The fact that a large portion of Bible prophecy describes the Millennium proves it is extremely important to God. And the more you understand it, the more important it will be to you.
  • by Don Henson
The old Latin word Millennium doesn't appear in the English Bible, but it has been used to describe a prophesied time of peace. Is it a biblical allegory, or will it be real? What should the Millennium mean to you?
  • by Darris McNeely
The teaching of the Millennium, which dates from the earliest statements in the Bible, continues to hold the imagination of many despite the attempts to stamp out and destroy it.
  • by Erik Jones
Bible prophecy predicts with certainty that in the Kingdom of God child abductions and sexual abuse will not happen—no more Amber Alerts!
  • by Vince Szymkowiak
The Bible makes it clear that Jesus Christ will return to the earth as King and Messiah. But how will He rule? Does Bible prophecy give us descriptions of His reign?
  • by John Ross Schroeder
"The world has never had it so good." This is how one prominent editor and writer described the current human condition in a recent editorial. Is he right, or should we be looking beyond today’s world for a fabulous utopian age long foretold in the pages of the Bible?
  • by Kristin Yarbrough
I'd enjoyed a wonderful Feast of Tabernacles and Last Great Day with my family and friends. Little did I know how important the meaning of this final Holy Day was going to be when I returned home.
  • by Jerold Aust
Much of history is a chronology of failed governments. While at times governments have shown potential for great strides in bettering people's lives, still humanity aches for good government—and it is coming!
  • by Roger Foster
Mankind's agreements for enduring peace never last. But God has promised us a period of peace that will endure for 1,000 years. Can we realistically believe that promise?