Israel Developing Coronavirus Vaccine

Medical research labs worldwide are racing to find a vaccine for the coronavirus. One Israeli laboratory called MIGAL claims it has a four-year head start and they’ll have a vaccine in weeks. Continue reading Israel Developing Coronavirus Vaccine

Love Not The World!

Scripture tells us to: “Love not the world, neither the things that are in the world. If any man love the world, the love of the Father is not in him.” 1 John 2:15 KJV But how often do you hear preachers preaching about “things?” Or people sacrificing their families to gain more stuff? Things … Continue reading Love Not The World!

Rise of the Microchip: Ready?

On August 1, 2017, workers at Three Square Market, a Wisconsin-based company specializing in vending machines, lined up in the office cafeteria to be implanted with microchips.

One after the other, they held out a hand to a local tattoo artist who pushed a rice-grain sized implant into the flesh between the thumb and forefinger. The 41 employees who opted into the procedure received complimentary t-shirts that read “I Got Chipped”.

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Sinkholes

What are sinkholes? It’s when the Earth or ground opens it’s mouth and swallows a person, place, or thing. Have you noticed the sinkholes in the news? Do they ring a bell of any events in the Old Testament in the Bible? Before the Age of Grace, there were signs that demonstrated Jehovah God’s displeasure with mankind. And sinkholes were one of those signs. Now those same events are coming back as the time of Grace runs out on mankind.

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Bible Among the Myths


The Bible Among The Myths: John Oswalt

<p class="has-drop-cap" value="<amp-fit-text layout="fixed-height" min-font-size="6" max-font-size="72" height="80">In his book, John Oswalt denoted society’s view of the Bible before and after World War I and II. He highlights the major change that occurred after the work of Karl Barth, which resulted in other scholars’ support of the Bible’s unique account of its religion. In his book, John Oswalt denoted society’s view of the Bible before and after World War I and II. He highlights the major change that occurred after the work of Karl Barth, which resulted in other scholars’ support of the Bible’s unique account of its religion. Continue reading “Bible Among the Myths”