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There was a survey conducted by The Cultural Research Center at Arizona Christian University that found that 63% of Biden voters do not believe “God is the “all-powerful, all-knowing, perfect and just creator,” although a majority identify as Christian. According to the poll, 72% of Biden voters believe that “a person who is generally good, or does enough good things for others, will earn a place in Heaven.” A minority 30% believe the Bible “is the actual or inspired Word of God and contains no errors.” Seventy-five percent of Biden’s voters gave sources other than the Bible as their main reference for moral guidance. Does this reflect the condition of the professing church? This statement is not about Biden voters, but about the beliefs of those who profess to be Christians. The Bible speaks of those who forget God. (Psa 50:16-17, 22) Is it indicative of the destiny of the nation? (Psa 9:17)

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Matthew 24:1-3; Mark 13:1-4; Luke 21:5-7; John 14:1-6; Jude 1:14

Genesis 2:8-14 Civilization began in the region of present day Iraq, Mesopotamia.

Genesis 3:20 Adam called his wife's name "Eve" because she was the mother of all living

Note: We all descended from Adam and Eve through their descendants and the nations that followed.

Genesis 5:19-32 Enoch was the seventh (7th) from Adam according to Jude verse14. Enoch, Methuselah, Lamech and Noah constituted the line. Noah was the eighth (8th) from Adam according to 2 Peter 2:5. The line was from Adam to Seth to Enoch forward.

Note:   Seven (7) in scripture is always God's number for "Perfection – Completeness."   Eight (8) in scripture is always God's number for a "New Beginning."   Enoch is the earliest record in scripture of the "Second Coming of Jesus" found in Jude verse 14.

Genesis 5:32 When Noah was 500 years old he begat three sons: Shem – Ham – Japheth with Shem being the Elder son according to Genesis 10:21.
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We are living in a time when the Lord could return at any moment. Will you be ready when he comes? We must examine ourselves to make sure we are. We know not the day nor hour that our Lord will return, neither do we know the day and hour that we will die. If we are ready for one we will be ready for the other. ...continue reading "Examine Ourselves"

If we look at the United States and the old Roman Empire, we see amazing similarities. The way the government is set-up in three branches, the Constitution, the culture, and many other things have a striking resemblance to the Roman Empire. Does these similarities give us an indication as to the future of the United States? Are the current events a sign of the collapse of our society? Are we heading toward the same outcome as the old Roman Empire, or can we learn from their mistakes and reverse what seems to be the decline of our society? ...continue reading "Roman Empire and the United States"

We are living in a time like no other. The signs of the time are all around us. We see things happening right before our eyes that Jesus said in Matthew 24, Mark 13, and Luke 21 would come to pass just before his coming again. Jesus said, "When ye shall see all these things, know that it is near, even at the door." (Mt 24:33) The Bible says also that the generation that sees these things "shall not pass, till all these things be fulfilled." (Mat 24:34) Most Christians have no idea that they are commanded to look for our Lord's coming. "Watch therefore: for ye know not what hour your Lord doth come" (Mat 24:42). ...continue reading "Are You Ready"