Welcome to Prophecy Proof Insights
Information and Insights about the End Times That You Won’t Hear in Church
An Introduction to My Work
Welcome to my website! You’ve found a Christian website that is quite different than other websites on the Internet. I want to give you a primer on my work so that there are no misunderstandings about what I write about and why.
My work primarily focuses on analyzing political, economic, financial, scientific, and religious topics relating to the present and the future. In addition, I analyze Bible prophecy topics and provide a revealing glimpse of the ongoing spiritual warfare. The following are the subjects I look at when trying to analyze the present and the future:
The Bible is the key source I use to try to understand what will occur in the present and in the future since the Bible is a completely reliable source and contains prophecies that are precise and accurate. Biblical prophecies about the future will ultimately be fulfilled one day, so any forecast of the future must take into account all the events predicted by the Bible.
Science and Technology
I believe that the use of Bible prophecy can be further legitimized and Bible prophecy can be further understood with the use of science. However, to the extent that science begins to conflict with the Bible is when I rule out science and rely exclusively upon the Bible.
Economics, Finance, and Politics
It is very important to have an understanding of each of these fields and how they interrelate because the interactions between these three fields will be the catalyst that will shape the world so the end times can begin.
My Latest ArticlesHere are the latest articles that I have posted on Bible prophecy and related topics.
I recently received questions concerning the Mark of the Beast. I have written about the Mark of the Beast extensively in the past, including an article about how people can know when the Mark of the Beast is about to be put in place and an article addressing whether the Mark of the Beast will be forced upon people. I will devote another article to the Mark of the Beast since I’m still getting questions about the topic.
In this article, I will address the question of whether the Mark of the Beast will be given to people without them knowing it. The fear that some people have is that the Mark of the Beast system is already present and being implemented without any formal announcement.
As expected, the world did not end in September 2015 because the predictions concerning the end of the world in September 2015 did not have any solid biblical support. The failed predictions should expose those who predicted that September 2015 would be the end of the world as false prophets, but unfortunately there will still be some people who will follow them in the coming months.
Some people ridiculed me for not believing that the world would end last month. I don’t expect an apology from them or to hear from them, but if any of them are reading this I forgive you. We live in a time when false teachings, particularly in the area of Bible prophecy, are on the rise. The next time you hear a teaching from someone you need to verify that the Bible supports the teaching or you risk being deceived (again).
With that said, I thought it might be a good time to address a couple of Bible prophecy-related questions that many people have about the ongoing situation in Syria. As most of you know, Russia has significantly escalated its involvement in the Syrian conflict recently. I know that many students of Bible prophecy have suspicions about the role Russia might play in the end times and perhaps wonder if Russia’s involvement in Syria will soon lead to the fulfillment of a couple of major end time events.
- I will answer a few key Bible prophecy-related questions many people have about Russia’s involvement in the Syrian conflict, including the potential for the fulfillment of Isaiah 17 & the Gog-Magog invasion.
I just posted a new video about the political instability of the future. I mentioned in the previous video that I believe we still need to see a lot of political instability in the world prior to the start of the end times. This video focuses on why I believe we need to see a lot more political instability in the future.
It’s been awhile since I posted a video or a new article, so I thought it would be a good time to post something new. In this video I talk a little bit more about the speculation concerning September 23, 2015 and briefly discuss where we are in relation to the start of the end times.
I received multiple requests recently to make a video where I share my thoughts on the September 23 Rapture speculation. For those who are unaware, some people point to September 23, 2015 as the potential date of the Rapture. I wrote an article about the September 23 Rapture speculation more than four years ago and since then it’s become one of the more prominent articles concerning the topic on the Internet.
A couple of Sundays ago I sat in my church’s balcony listening to a sermon related to Bible prophecy. Bible prophecy is not a topic often preached at my church, but when it is preached I try to bite my tongue and let the speaker preach uninterrupted no matter how much I might disagree with what is being taught. The speaker (who was not the pastor) discussed 2 Thessalonians 2, which is a notable Bible prophecy chapter because it references Christ’s coming and an individual known as the Antichrist. The speaker briefly suggested that Christians might only see the early stages of the Antichrist’s career and will not see the Antichrist serving in the role as the Antichrist. I found the speaker’s assertion regarding Christians and the Antichrist highly debatable to say the least, but I kept my silence. Instead of debating the speaker, I will share my thoughts on the issue of whether Christians will see the Antichrist in this article.
My grandmother passed away a little more than a week ago. The news was not a surprise to me because she lived to be 94 years of age. Her health had been on the decline in the past couple of years so her passing was inevitable. The reason I am writing an article about my grandmother’s passing is that I believe the Lord can use the story of her passing to make a positive difference in the lives of many people. The details surrounding my grandmother’s passing are worth sharing, as her story is an example of how God can use a dying person to provide a testimony to the living.
Wow, it’s been eight months since I posted my first video! I did not intend the gap between videos to be eight months, but at least I have a better background in this video than in my first video. In this video I provide a brief update on a Bible prophecy book that I am working on and I answer a couple of questions that a reader posed relating directly or indirectly to an event known as World War 3.
I want to share a true story with anyone who may be struggling with what is taking place in their life or who may be wondering if God is at work in their life. I want to share a true story of a divine appointment that I got to witness firsthand this past Sunday. I am sharing this story because the Lord put it on my heart to share it.
If you are familiar with my work, you know that I am not a proponent of the Blood Moon theory. I think the theory has a lot of flaws and has little scriptural support. As a result, I anticipate many people will soon be looking at a new potential Rapture date.
You will likely hear a lot of speculation in a few years about the potential for the Rapture to occur in the year 2018. The speculation will center on the seventieth anniversary of the creation of the state of Israel. You will likely hear some Bible prophecy “experts” teach at least the following three things:
- Israel represents the fig tree that Christ referenced in His teachings about the end of the age
- Christ taught that the generation that saw the creation of the state of Israel would see His coming.
- The generation that saw the creation of the state of Israel is ending in 2018 in a biblical sense.
In this article I will provide my thoughts on this 2018 Rapture theory in anticipation of the speculation that will soon arise.