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  • by Darris McNeely
The Bible uses the role of a watchman to describe the work of a prophet among God's people. Is there more to this symbolism than many have understood? The role of a watchman is vital to a full understanding of the work of God in the end time.
  • by Victor Kubik
Yes, God commissioned His Church to thunder a warning message. Indeed, we must “cry aloud and spare not.” But as we do, it must be based on an understanding of “what manner of persons ought you to be” as we sigh and cry over the needless abominations manifested during these last days of this present evil age. 
  • by Robert H Berendt
God teaches us how to stay afloat in troubled times.
  • by Scott Ashley
Sin exacts a terrible price, whether on a nation or an individual. We're seeing that played out before our eyes.
  • by Darris McNeely
Recent warnings of terrorist activity in Europe don't reveal the whole story of what is happening behind the scenes. Both security officials and terrorists know more than headlines reveal. Bible prophecy tells the rest of the story.
  • by Jerold Aust
Does God use prophecy to punish humanity out of some perverse sense of enjoyment? Of course not! But if there are positive purposes to prophecy, what are they?
  • by Graemme Marshall
In hearing our prayers God sometimes makes decisions we wouldn’t normally expect.
  • by Darris McNeely
In ancient times, watchmen stood guard on a city's walls to see to the welfare of its citizens and to warn of coming trouble. Who is to do that job today in a dangerous world moving closer to the crisis of the close of the age?
  • by Melvin Rhodes
We are a celebrity conscious culture. I read sometime ago that one third of Americans are obsessed with celebrities. But what about the real news that celebrity gossip denies the public?
  • by Mike Bennett
Even with all the resources at Solomon's disposal, there's no way he could have competed with today's plethora of entertainment options.
  • by Bill McIntyre.
A horrendous storm 100 years ago reminds us that it is vital to know, and let others know, what is coming.