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The Greatest Sign Of All - By Grant Phillips -
God stepped out of Heaven over 2,000 years ago and took upon Himself the flesh of His creation ... mankind. He was the new Adam, born of a virgin girl, come to provide salvation to all who would come to Him by faith.
There was no grand entrance upon this world except for a few souls, but all the signs were there for those who paid attention to Scripture. In a lowly manger He was christened with gold, frankincense and myrrh for His life as the Son of Man.
These gifts are not just coincidence for this child. They tell us that the Son of God (divine) also became the Son of Man (human) for a purpose. He came willing to satisfy the Law and die for us. The innocent accepts the death penalty for the guilty to reunite God with mankind.
The gold symbolized His divinity.
The frankincense symbolized His holiness and righteousness. It showed His willingness to be our sacrifice.
Myrrh was used as an embalming agent in those days, and symbolized His bitter life ahead from the suffering and affliction He would endure for you and me and then give His life on the cross on our behalf.
"Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one's life for one's friends." (John 15:13)
"Who, being in very nature God, did not consider equality with God something to be used to his own advantage; rather, he made himself nothing by taking the very nature of a servant, being made in human likeness.
And being found in appearance as a man, he humbled himself by becoming obedient to death, even death on a cross!
Therefore God exalted him to the highest place and gave him the name that is above every name, that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, in heaven and on earth and under the earth, and every tongue acknowledge that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father." (Philippians 2:6-11)
In Philippians two, notice verses six through eight are speaking of Jesus as the Son of Man and verses nine through eleven as the Son of God.
The Scripture says that the Jews require signs and the Greek (all non-Jews) seek wisdom (1 Corinthians 1:22). According to Bible scholars the Old Testament had at least 300 signs of Jesus' First Coming. On top of that, all through His ministry on earth an abundance of signs were provided for their first-hand witness, but yet, most did not believe.
Something very important to understand is that the Jews were very familiar with the Old Testament, unlike many Christians today who know so very little about the Bible. Sadly, many in the Church body today don't even know the first four books of the New Testament and who wrote each one. This isn't true with the Jews though. They had heard the prophecies all their life and most could probably quote them, but yet they were blind to the fact that the Messiah they had been waiting for had finally come to earth and standing right in front of them.
If I may say on their behalf, they were looking for the wrong visitation. Their Messiah spoken of in the prophecies was coming first as the Suffering Servant and then later, much later, as the King of kings and Lord of lords. They wanted nothing to do with the Suffering Servant though. They wanted the King of kings and Lord of lords to free them from the Romans. Thank God some recognized Jesus as the Messiah (the Christ to us) and accepted Him as their Suffering Servant. With these, Jesus set up His Church and we wait for His return today.
Bible scholars tell us there are over 500 prophecies in the Old Testament about Jesus' return, the Second Coming. They say that one out of every 25 verses in the New Testament speak of Jesus Second Coming. The Lord gave many signs in His Word referring to His return (Second Coming). They are all around us today, but it seems only a few are aware.
On the last page of His earthly life Jesus provided a closing sign to all those of that day ... the cross He hung upon. He finished with a grave that had no corpse. Then He ascended back to Heaven while those who watched Him go heard the angels say, "Men of Galilee," ... "why do you stand here looking into the sky? This same Jesus, who has been taken from you into heaven, will come back in the same way you have seen him go into heaven." (Acts 1:11)
Jesus is going to return to earth. He will not be coming as the Suffering Servant but as the King of kings and Lord of lords. All eyes will behold Him, and there will be no doubt in the mind of anyone that He is Jesus Christ, the Son of God.
"Then will appear the sign of the Son of Man in heaven. And then all the peoples of the earth will mourn when they see the Son of Man coming on the clouds of heaven, with power and great glory." (Matthew 24:30)
This will be the greatest sign of all. Jesus Himself will be the sign, but it will be too late for all who have not confessed Him as Savior and Lord.
Before I go any further, let me briefly state the following for those who might become confused.
This is purposely an extremely basic step-by-step explanation. I have omitted some things to keep it simple.
Right now, we are waiting on the Rapture of the Church (or the bride of Christ). Jesus will not come to earth, but call us out from the earth to meet Him in the air and take us back to Heaven before the Tribulation begins. The purpose of the Rapture is for Jesus to remove His bride (the Church) from the earth and end the Church age. It is also to conclude the remaining seven years promised Israel (Daniel 9:20ff)
There is an abundance of signs today, but they all are pointing to the coming Tribulation. Remember, there are no signs for the Rapture. It will occur without warning and within the blink of an eye.
When Jesus came the first time most of the signs were subtle. They were low-key in many ways, but in these last days a person would have to be spiritually blind to miss the signs around us pointing to a coming Tribulation, then Second Coming. The problem for so many people is that when the greatest sign of all appears, it will be too late to repent. There will only be judgment.
Today there are signs with nature, society, technology, world issues, spiritually related signs and especially those signs concerning Israel that are screaming of an end of the Church age. Don't forget, the Rapture is the next event to occur and there will be no warning. If there is a warning of any kind, it would be that the Tribulation is drawing closer and closer, and the Rapture occurs BEFORE the Tribulation.
After Jesus safely removes His bride (the Church) from the earth He will allow the seven years of Tribulation to begin, and Jesus says the following about those days:
"If those days had not been cut short, no one would survive, but for the sake of the elect those days will be shortened." (Matthew 24:22)
This world is approaching those days so quickly it reminds me of a movie my wife and watched not long ago. The movie is called "Unstoppable." Denzel Washington is the engineer and Chris Pine the conductor on a runaway train. Our world, just like that train, is out of control. Unlike the movie where the heroes saved the day, this world is not going to avoid those seven years of Tribulation. It is quickly approaching. It is out of control. It is coming.
When the greatest sign of all appears (Matthew 24:30) all those who are saved by the blood of Jesus Christ will be with Him. All others will face His judgment.
If the Rapture would occur today, the Second Coming could only be seven years away. Seven years of hell on earth and then the Second Coming of the King of kings and Lord of lords. I will close by repeating Matthew 24:30 and ask, "Will you be with Him, or with those who mourn?"
"Then will appear the sign of the Son of Man in heaven. And then all the peoples of the earth will mourn when they see the Son of Man coming on the clouds of heaven, with power and great glory." (Matthew 24:30)
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Leaving Syria: A blow to US deterrence, a boost to Middle East Islamist - By Yaakov Lappin -
U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to pull out of northern Syria will contribute to a regional power vacuum that Islamists, both Sunni and Shi'ite, will promptly look to fill.
The decision by U.S. President Donald Trump to pull back troops from northern Syria in the face of a likely Turkish offensive against Kurdish forces is a blow to American deterrent power in the Middle East. It is also a move that looks set to hasten the creation of a power vacuum, which a variety of Islamists will look forward to filling.
While it's too soon to know the full impact the move will have, it raises several potential scenarios, some of which would be deeply destructive for regional security.
The Pentagon was reportedly taken by surprise by the decision. Some of the fiercest criticism to Trump's sudden move came from the president's own Republican allies and those who had worked closely with him.
Sen. Lindsay Graham (R-S.C.) blasted the decision as shortsighted, impulsive and irresponsible in its treatment of the Kurds-a loyal U.S. ally-as well as wind up being a move that will prove beneficial to ISIS and Iran, the world's foremost state-backer of terrorism.
After receiving a rare rebuke from Republican allies, Trump responded with a tweet saying he would "obliterate" the Turkey economy if it does anything he considers to be "off limits."
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has been threatening to invade northern Syria in order to destroy Kurdish YPG forces, which are a central part of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF). The SDF has been a key U.S. partner on the ground in Syria, spearheading land operations against ISIS's caliphate, playing a key role in the caliphate's destruction and losing an estimated 11,000 fighters in the process.
Now, the SDF has been abandoned to the designs of an Islamist Turkey bent on starting a new war with the Kurds. Erdoğan wants his military to take over the SDF's area of operations-an area that includes the Al-Hawl refugee camp in northern Syria, which is crawling with ISIS loyalists, and which observers have warned would form the basis of an ISIS revival if the site stops being secured by the SDF.
Brett McGurk, a former presidential envoy who worked under Trump to help shape the campaign against ISIS in Syria, warned in a tweet on Monday that Turkey has "neither the intent, desire, nor capacity to manage 60k detainees" in Al-Hawl. "Believing otherwise is a reckless gamble with our national security," he stated.
As a result, the first two potential beneficiaries of Trump's decision are Turkey and ISIS.
A resurgent ISIS would destabilize the region, and a new Turkish-Kurdish conflict has the potential to create a new humanitarian disaster.
Countering the regional threat posed by Tehran
The Kurds in Syria, for their part, find themselves in the nightmare scenario of being fully abandoned to Turkey's whims and can be expected to make desperate efforts to find a new superpower friend. That can only be Russia, which has demonstrated full loyalty to its clients, already maintains a powerful military presence in Syria and whose regional credibility has surpassed that of the United States, which is seen to be turning inwards, disengaging from the region and even betraying allies.
This doesn't mean, however, that Russia welcomes the move, as Moscow hasn't signaled approval of a Turkish incursion into Syrian territory. Its interest is in preserving the regime sovereignty of Syrian President Bashar Assad and stabilizing the country. Turkey's plans would undermine those interests.
An additional beneficiary of the U.S. withdrawal is likely to be Iran. Iranian-backed militias are located to the south and east of Kurdish-controlled northern Syria, and these forces are likely to try to fill some of the vacuum left behind.
Iran is working to flood Syria with its proxy forces, and to build a continuous land corridor between Iraq and Syria. America's military presence in northern Syria-and the presence of pro-American Kurdish forces-helped block such efforts. Now that roadblock looks set to be lifted.
From a wider regional perspective, the Iranian regime has assessed that isolationism and adversity to risk-taking is driving Trump's agenda in the region, and it is this calculation that led the Iranians to dare strike Saudi Arabian oil facilities in September, using advanced cruise missiles and explosive drone swarms.
That attack, launched from Iranian territory according to U.S. intelligence sources, forms the most significant strike on Middle Eastern oil sites since the 1991 Gulf War and shook up the global oil market.
As the Iranians predicted, no military response followed.
These developments have the potential to embolden Iran to hasten violations of what remains of the 2015 nuclear deal and restart its nuclear program.
In light of the above, Israel's military independence and freedom of maneuver is essential. Israel must be prepared to engage an Iran that is growing in confidence, and that is increasingly willing to use its own military forces to attack Israel and Sunni Arab states.
Israel must work with pragmatic Sunni powers in the region to counter the Iranian threat, based on the assumption that Trump is interested in militarily disengaging from the Middle East.
The Israel Defense Forces is building itself up to be able to defeat any combination of enemies, with a combination of powerful offensive and defensive capabilities. Israel is continuing to develop its multi-layered air defense system, and building up its air, sea, and land forces. As Iran continues to try and surround Israel with missile bases, terrorist staging areas and a variety of terror armies, Israel's ability to defend itself by itself may be put to the test in the not too distant future.
Nearing Midnight: Discerning This Dispensation's Disposition - Terry James -
Last week on Jan Markell's program, Understanding the Times, aired on 850 radio stations across America, Jan interviewed yours truly on our new book, Discerners: Analyzing Converging Prophetic Signs for the End Of Days.
Thanks to her (in my view, gifted) interview talent, and thanks to the precarious disposition of this generation, the conversation was (again, in my view) Heaven-directed. This program pointed to the crucial position the current generation occupies with regard to Heaven's view of things discussed during that hour. We looked with exceedingly sharp focus on exactly why this generation must be so near the moment of Christ's interdiction into the corrupt affairs of mankind.
All of that said, Jan would be quick to agree, I think, that neither she nor I should get glory for truth brought out during the interview. Our back and forth, I sensed, flowed from Holy Spirit influence. Near the end of the broadcast, she asked what I thought was the primary thing to look for as the hours, days, months, and years move swiftly toward that divine intervention.
With the many chapters written by some of the best writers of our times having just been briefly dissected during the hour, the term "convergence" came to mind, of course. This term is in the subtitle of the book. Each writer-it was profoundly obvious as I went through the book in my job as general editor-zeroes in on every assigned prophetic signal of where this generation stands on God's prophetic timeline.
Dr. Larry Spargimino writes unerringly on the many characteristics of rebellious mankind found in 2 Timothy 3. Jeff Kinley outlines, with stark examples, the dark delusion that is descending upon humanity. Second Thessalonians 2 is manifesting during this generation.
Don McGee presents an eye-opening case for the social and cultural decay corrupting this generation. He brings forth evidence that evil men and seducers are becoming more prevalent, turning people away from God. Nathan Jones thoroughly deals with the Daniel 12:4 developments in technology and travel. He expertly lays out issues and events now fulfilling Daniel's prophecy that the book of end-time things will be opened to people alive at the end of the age.
Daymond Duck, one of the most highly sought-after speakers at prophecy conferences, brings forward a tremendous chapter giving the issues and events that are showing Satan's preparation to bring to power his Antichrist. Duck goes through the many aspects of the globalists' methodologies and organizational machinations to establish the man of sin's dictatorial regime.
Dr. Tom Hughes examines the many signals that the false religious system of Revelation 17 is in the process of developing. He presents, in vivid detail, the evil that is fomented against biblical Christianity, such as the pope claiming that even atheists will be in Heaven. Pete Garcia analyzes what the seventieth-year of Israel's rebirth into modernity means. He explains how and why things surrounding that rebirth portend the nearness of Christ's return.
Phillip Goodman and Grant Phillips, in each of their chapters, weave a tapestry of what a Christian's comportment should be like as we see that day approaching. Discernment, as believers bear witness for Christ, has never been more critical. Gary Stearman gives a cutting-edge portrayal of what the satanic drive toward socialism and the globalist rage are all about. This rebellion means that judgment hangs heavily above a rebellious creation.
Ryan Pitterson brings great enlightenment to the mix of how crucial discernment is in understanding these strange times. He raises awareness of how much like the days of Noah and the days of Lot the world is now, writing in dynamic fashion about the days of Genesis 6 as juxtaposed against our own time. The violence and anti-God comportment of mankind have brought about the "reprobate mind" forewarned by the Apostle Paul (Romans 1:28).
Jan, herself, undertakes a powerful exploration of why there is such hatred for Christianity and for the pre-Trib Rapture in particular. Second Peter 3:3-4 prove just how things are shaping up for the last of the last days. Tim Cameron paints a terrifying picture of what the post-Rapture will be like for those left behind, yet he presents the biblical prescription for how to avoid that fate.
Dr. David Reagan puts together a devastating case against those who expound on the lie that God is a "cosmic teddy bear" who would never let anyone go to a fictional place called Hell. At the same time, he writes truth about God's righteous judgment and wrath and presents the blessed assurance that the Creator isn't willing for anyone to perish, but wants all to repent and be saved.
So, the word "convergence" encapsulates the many end-time indicators of where this generation stands on God's prophetic timeline. Certainly, these writers deal thoroughly with each of these major signals.
But to answer Jan Markell's question-or, "to fulfill my assignment" might be a better way to put it-I needed to look deeper into the premise. Remember, her question basically asked what I thought was the primary thing to look for as we move swiftly toward Christ's Second Coming and, before that great event, the Rapture of the Church).
I answered during the broadcast, and my answer hasn't changed. It can't change, because it is indeed the number-one signal of where we are on God's prophetic timeline.
Again I go to two of the tremendously talented writers and observers of this time. Bill Salus explores in-depth geopolitical developments to Israel's north. He gives in considerable detail current issues and events that bring to life Ezekiel's prediction of the Gog-Magog attack on Israel. I speak specifically of the Russian-Iranian-Turkish coalition that has now formed and is greedily eyeing Israel to the south.
Jim Fletcher, one of the most astute researchers, columnists/reporters, and speakers on matters involving God's chosen nation, delivers a stunning chapter on the developing hatred for the Jew and for Israel. He lays out in excruciating detail how even the evangelical church has within its ranks a growing contingent of those devoted to the destruction of that prophetic nation.
So, to answer Jan's question-which gets right to the heart of being a discerner-I have no surprise response. Israel is the one most profound sign to observe in these closing days of the age. The true discerner will particularly need to watch the ongoing drive to establish peace in that conflict surrounding God's chosen nation. There will be no true peace until Christ, Himself, makes that peace. He is the one and only Prince of Peace!
The Biblical Edom Unearthed: Not A Myth, A Historical Reality - By John Stonestreet/Breakpoint.org -
In Psalm 60, the Psalmist describes the totality of God's victory over Israel's foes, proclaiming "Moab is my wash basin; upon Edom I cast my sandal."
This is only one of more than 100 mentions of Edom in the Old Testament. The Edomites were descendants from Esau, Jacob's older brother. The Genesis account of the troubled twins describes Esau as red all over when he was born. Esau, you might remember, sold his birthright to Jacob for a bowl of red stew. Edom means "red" in Hebrew; thus, Esau's descendants came to be known as Edomites.
Over the years, many scholars doubted the Edomites even existed, at least as described in those biblical accounts. Specifically, they regarded the depiction in the Pentateuch of the Edomite Kingdom to be largely mythical. The real Edomite Kingdom, they believed, emerged three or more centuries later, during the latter part of Israel's divided monarchy, and was "read back" into the story of the Exodus.
Well, these scholars were mistaken. Recently, a team excavating in Israel's Timna Valley found evidence of a "thriving and wealthy society" dating back to the 12th century before Christ. What kind of evidence? An extensive network of ancient copper-smelting facilities were found in the parts of Israel and Jordan that the Bible associates with Edom.
As team leader Ezra Ben-Yosef told the Jerusalem Post, "copper-smelting was essentially the hi-tech of ancient times." Given how complex the process is, any society responsible for such facilities would likely be technologically sophisticated and politically well-organized.
According to Ben-Yosef, "(these) new findings contradict the view of many archaeologists that [the region associated with biblical Edom] was populated by a loose alliance of tribes." Instead, "they're consistent with the biblical story that there was an Edomite kingdom here."
Hmmm... there it is again: "consistent with the biblical story." That phrase seems to pop up a lot in the world of ancient archaeology these days. For example, the excavations at Ashkelon that confirm the biblical account of the Philistines; findings on Mount Zion confirming the Babylonian destruction of Jerusalem--not just that it happened, but also when it happened; and on and on.
You'd think the sheer number of findings in recent decades that are "consistent with the biblical story" would soften the systemic scholarly skepticism toward Bible. It should, but it hasn't.
One reason some scholars remain stubbornly skeptical is that most archaeologists and social scientists see Judaism and Christianity in the same way they see every other religion-an approach that obscures important distinctions.
Unlike other religions, historical detail is central, even crucial, to biblical faith. The biblical story reports on events that took place in actual human history. Unlike other religions, the protagonist of the biblical story is a God who has acted in the human arena, not in a mythical past or in another universe, but in the same setting as you, I, and everyone else who has ever lived.
Since historical memory, and the actual acts of God within human history, is so central to biblical faith, we ought not be surprised when we find evidence of His activity in the ground.
At the same time, we should be ready to communicate the connections between history and faith when appropriate and when asked. It's a wonderful way to communicate to our skeptical friends, family members, and co-workers what we believe and why we believe it.
Daily Jot: Trump Turkey decision advances prophecy clock - Bill Wilson - www.dailyjot.com
President Donald Trump's agreement to allow Turkey to invade Northern Syria endangers the lives of Kurdish allies, Christians in the area, and advances the prophecy clock. This is a foreign policy decision where withdrawing American troops in the area could very well allow the mass genocide of Kurds who loyally supported the US in the fight against ISIS. Turkey long has wanted to attack the Kurds in Syria, which Turkish dictator "president" Tecep Tayyip Erdogan believes pose a threat to Turkey's national security. Iran also seeks to control the Kurds. This foreign policy decision by the US president has the makings of converging Iran and Turkey into a conflict that has massive end-time implications.
According to sources with knowledge of the situation, Iran has made incredible advances toward controlling the Middle East in Syria, Iraq, Kurdistan, and Lebanon. In Daniel 8:19, Gabriel says, "Behold, I will make thee know what shall be in the last end of the indignation: for at the time appointed the end shall be. The ram which you saw having two horns are the kings of Media and Persia. And the rough goat is the king of Grecia." Strong's Concordance interprets the word "Grecia" in Hebrew as "Yavan, a son of Japheth (the third son of Noah), his descendants and their land." The Genesis 10 table of nations indicates this area was not only Greece (as Bible interpretations imply), but also the Eastern Mediterranean, including parts of modern Turkey (Magog, Tubal, Meshech). The ram would correspond with modern Iran.
Turkey also has been making moves to cement power over the Middle East. In January, after the US announced it was pulling out of Syria, Erdogan met with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Russia supports Iran. Syria is a vassal state of Iran. A 1998 agreement between Russia and Turkey, according to Bloomberg, "states that Syria won't permit any activity on its territory that would jeopardize Turkey's security." Putin was leveraging the 1998 agreement to say that Syria will take care of the Kurds in Syrian territory, hoping that Turkey will restore ties with Syria. Prophecy will eventually bring clarity to this complex situation, and it appears that the US president is accelerating that clarity.
Ezekiel 38 says that in the end of days, God will put a hook in Gog of Magog, the chief prince of Meshech and Tubal (all in Turkey), to lead a coalition of Persia (Iran), Libya; and Ethiopia (Sudan) against Israel. When we see Iran being brought into such a coalition with Turkey and these prophetic nations aligning against Israel, we know this time is near. This action by the US president not only appears to open the door to possible genocide of Kurds and Christians in Northern Syria, but also advances the prophecy clock by bringing the ram and goat of Daniel 8 into closer orbit. The move by Trump is perplexing because the Kurds, even more than Turkey, have fought against ISIS in Syria. There may be an Ezekiel 38 "hook" in Trump's nose leading into these end-time events. Watch and pray.
Daily Devotion: Living in the Daylight - by Greg Laurie -
Because we belong to the day, we must live decent lives for all to see.-Romans 13:13
Daniel wrote about the future, which happens to be our past. And the book that bears his name is powerful Old Testament Scripture that gives us an overview of human history. It also gives us a penetrating look into our future as well.
And today, with twenty-twenty hindsight, we can see that the prophet was 100 percent accurate. The Bible is the one book that dares to predict the future, not once, not twice, but hundreds of times with perfect accuracy.
So in the case of Daniel, if what he predicted for his future happened as he said it would, can we therefore trust the Bible and what it says about our still distant future?
Yes, we can.
Not only that, but it's a reminder to us that God is in control of what is happening in the world today. God is sovereign over the affairs of nations and the leaders of nations.
And one thing that comes out clearly in the book of Daniel is this simple fact: Jesus Christ is coming back to establish His kingdom on Earth.
What are we supposed to do, then, in light of the fact that Christ is coming back? Romans 13 gives us a great answer to this question:
The night is far gone; the day is at hand. So then let us cast off the works of darkness and put on the armor of light. Let us live cleanly, as in the daylight, not in the "delights" of getting drunk or playing with sex, nor yet in quarrelling or jealousies. Let us be Christ's men from head to foot, and give no chances to the flesh to have its fling. (verses 13-14 PH)
How clear is that? It tells us what we should focus on in these critical days.
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