“Your time has come America, judgment is here”  The Final Breaking Point Given By The Lord To Benjamin Faircloth

“Your time has come America, judgment is here” The Final Breaking Point Given By The Lord To Benjamin Faircloth

During my early morning prayer time on 7/10/16, the Father spoke the following sobering words to me. [dropshadowbox align="center" effect="lifted-bottom-right" width="auto" height="" background_color="#d7e6ff" border_width="1" border_color="#dddddd"...
During my early morning prayer time on 7/10/16, the Father spoke the following sobering words to me. [dropshadowbox align="center" effect="lifted-bottom-right" width="auto" height="" background_color="#d7e6ff" border_width="1" border_color="#dddddd" rounded_corners="false" ] “The Divided States of America” “America, I have warned you that the sword was coming. I sent you My prophets but you rejected them. You rejected My Counsel. You rejected My Gospel. You forfeited your place at My table! Your open rebellion has become a seething pot that has boiled over into your streets. Your fairways have become places of darkness and despair. Your avenues of laughter will now be turned to sorrow,...

Claiming your translation is a “literal word-for-word” translation?

Did WE Forget Our Creator's Name?  Rob Skiba's Blog robschannel.com Growing up in a KJV Only environment and still having to deal with them all the...
Did WE Forget Our Creator's Name?  Rob Skiba's Blog robschannel.com Growing up in a KJV Only environment and still having to deal with them all the time on-line, I’ve come to know many (if not all) of their usual arguments. Now, don’t get me wrong, I love and study from the KJV myself and have for 40 years. It’s my preferred study Bible to this day, and the version from which nearly all of my “memory verses” were derived. My issue isn’t with the translation so much as it is with those who worship it as the fourth person of the...

9 Coincidental Happenings on Biblical Jewish Holidays

Picture Credit- Pixabay Tisha b'Av on the Jewish calendar falls in late July or early August. It is a date of ironic Jewish tragedies over...
Picture Credit- Pixabay Tisha b'Av on the Jewish calendar falls in late July or early August. It is a date of ironic Jewish tragedies over thousands of years. Are the dates coincidental? Here are just some examples of what happened on Tisha b'Av throughout history: 1. The first Temple was destroyed by the Babylonians in 586 B.C. and the second Temple was demolished on the same date by the Romans in 70 A.D. 2. The Jews were expelled from Spain on that date in 1491. 3. The Russian pogroms, World War I and World War II all occurred on that...