Luke 17:37 may be the most overlooked Bible prophecy verse in the entire Bible. I have not seen many Bible prophecy commentators address Luke 17:37 in my many years of study. Despite being overlooked, Luke 17:37 may be one of the most important Bible prophecy verses in the Bible. In fact, studying Luke 17:37 caused me to reevaluate many assumptions I had about the end times and caused others to reevaluate everything they were taught about the end times. In this article, I will highlight Luke 17:37 while discussing several important end time passages.
Some people begin to worry that the Apocalypse is imminent each time a total lunar eclipse takes place (which results in the appearance of a blood moon). In this video, I explain why you should not be worried when total lunar eclipses transpire and provide insight about the end time blood moon spoken of in the Bible.
Some argue that Babylon the Great will face only one judgment during the end times. Others argue that Babylon will face at least two judgments. After examining many chapters, passages, and verses that concern the destruction of Babylon the Great, I believe that Babylon the Great will face only one judgment after the pouring of the seventh vial judgment. I will explain why I believe this in this article.
I want to announce that I have finally finished a task that has taken me many years to complete. As a teenager, I not only wanted to learn about Bible prophecy so that I could understand what will happen, but I also wanted to learn so that I could someday help others to understand what will happen. This desire to help others to understand what will happen ultimately led to a desire to write a comprehensive book about the end times. After many years of work, this comprehensive book about the end times is finally complete. The title of my book is Prophecy Proof Insights of the End Times.
Many Bible prophecy commentators insist that an attack led by Gog of Magog will transpire before the start or at the start of the seventieth week of Daniel (the seven year period that many people commonly refer to as the “tribulation”). This teaching is very prevalent, but is it correct? In this article, I critique the teaching that an invasion led by Gog will occur before the start or at the start of the seventieth week of Daniel.