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Blessed is he that readeth, and they that hear the words of this prophecy, and keep those things which are written therein: for the time is at hand.”

You can partner with us to spread the gospel of the Lord’s Jesus’ Return in addition to what you give to your church. By giving to this ministry, you enter in on our labor as if you were publishing the same gospel and God will reward you according to what is written in Revelation 1:3 KJV which says:

John points out how the reader is blessed by reading, hearing and remembering (keep) prophecy. Besides being blessed by tithing, you are also blessed by prophecy! This explains the rewards different Christians will receive at the Judgement Seat of Christ.

How To Give?

You may give a one time donation or continue to support us by becoming a member and subscribing on a continual basis. However you do it, let God lead you. You may change the amount of your donation in the “25.00” box below to ANY amount even if it’s a dollar! Thanks in advance.We believe that giving is an act of worship to God according to the New Testament Church practices and Acts of the Apostles, therefore, we do not participate in deceptive practices of stating something is free and then asking for a suggested “love gift“.

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  • Many ministries practice this because it is illegal to charge a price under IRS 501 c 3 rules. So they use the term “Love Gift” in replace of it. God will soon judge this through the world political leader.
  • We do not solicit letters begging for money for our Ministry!
    Giving is as much a part of worship as is prayer. Would one pray in secret and then go tell others what he prayed about, hoping to gain something? Of course that would be wrong and we feel tax-deductions are robbing us of spiritual blessings of worship. There is no greater violation of the spiritual principles taught in Matthew chapter 6 than to be rewarded with a tax-deduction by the government.
  • We believe that giving should be done freely as a testament of value determined by the giver, not to gain something in return on your taxes.