Amos

Amos, a native of Judah, came from Tekoa (Amos 1:1). This village was situated about ten miles south of Jerusalem. This is the same region where John the Baptist may have grown to manhood about eight centuries later. It is thought that Amos may have known Jonah,...

Be a Barnabas!

Let’s say that I were asked the question, “What is one word that you would use to describe the ‘Barnabas’ that we read of in the Bible if you could use just one word, what would it be?” I would answer it in this way, “Encourager.” In Acts 4:36-37, we are told about...

Judgment is Near Says Zephaniah

The prophet speaks for God, “I will utterly consume all things from off the face of the ground, saith Jehovah. I will consume man and beast; I will consume the birds of the heavens, and the fishes of the sea, and the stumbling blocks with the wicked; and I will cut...

Dispensational Premillennialism

Part 1 What does the Bible teach about the end of time and the end of this world we now live in? There are some basic views concerning teachings of what is called the millennial, as it is termed. The doctrines concern predominantly Revelation chapter 20. First, are...

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