History and Our Bible – Our Two Great Teachers

History and Our Bible – Our Two Great Teachers

Remember, Habakkuk was describing a time when darkness covered the earth and gross darkness the people. An apt description of our Israel nations and peoples today. At that time, as it is now, the whole world appeared to lie in the lap of the Evil One, and even the chosen nation [True Israel], so singularly blessed and favoured by the Almighty, had wandered far away from God

We Will Remember Them

We Will Remember Them

It’s been 101 years since the deadliest war in history ended and the noise of battle ceased. With mixed feelings, but with a grim determination that ‘it should never happen again’, the Celto-Saxon peoples faced the then future. For many that future held suffering of body and mind, and for many, too, a sense of deprivation and loss. Yet, surely, it held for all the hope, and perhaps the promise, of lasting peace. It never happened, of course.

From The Editors Desk – October 2019

From The Editors Desk – October 2019

So, fellow readers, ask yourselves, “Do we deserve release at the end of this second 40-year probationary period. Of course not! Globalists have permitted massive non-Christian, non-Israelite immigration; Christian attendance has fallen dramatically, even though churches have softened the faith to where it does not resemble the true faith and countless millions, mostly youth, have turned their backs on the Lord Jesus Christ.