Mid-East Prophecy Update – December 16th 2018 Pastor JD Farag

Thank you Pastor JD Farag


‘Pastors’ Point of View Episode 70. Slouching Toward Sharia.

Many of us in the US and the world may have woke up when we had all the Islamic terror going on and in the news daily during the years of the last president. Could it be possible that many have been caudled back to sleep? Splash some cold water on your faces a day wake up! Probably more important now than ever!


Mid-East Prophecy Update – December 9th 2018″

Praise the Lord God Almighty! Be strong in the Lord!

Thank you Pastor JD Farag!


The Jewish People And The Antichrist Part 13 – Pastor Billy Crone – December 2, 2018

In the event you only have time for the message you can jump to about the 30 minute mark.


John Haller’s Prophecy Update – “You Need to Know This” December 2nd 2018

God bless…keep looking up!


Pastors’ Point of View Episode 67. Prophecy Update: Golan Heights

Make sure you have time to watch all. They point out very interesting points towards the end which must be considered.


“Pastors’ Point of View Episode 66. Prophecy Update: Trump’s Peace Plan.”

Things to consider concerning world news and bible prophecy.


John Haller’s Prophecy Update – “Breaking News” OR “I Know Bacon” 10/21/2018

Thank you John Haller


Mid East Prophecy Update – October 14th, 2018 Pastor JD FARAG

Thank you Pastor JD! Dear God, please have mercy upon us.


John Haller Prophecy Update 10/14/2018



Game Day!

1. Owner of the team.

2. Coach of the team.

3. Players of the team.

a. Quarterback

b. Receivers

c. Tightens

d. Runningbacks

4. FANS, or all those who are WATCHING.

You get my point, it takes all parts working together. One thing alone doesn’t make a football team nor does it make a game. AND without the fans watching it also seems rather pointless. If no one came to the games to watch and cheer the players on then why would you even be on the team?


Daily we must ask ourselves the following.:

What team are you playing for today?

Good or evil?

Right or wrong?

Selfish or selfless?

Surround yourself with teammates or like minded players, if not then you will not be able to play the game well because you will either be influenced by the opposite team BUT, if you are strong enough you can influence the opposite player to run a touchdown for your side. Then you would be like a mentor. Again, that means you must be walking the walk not just talking the talk.

So, those watching might be fans or brothers and sisters in Christ Jesus, or unbelievers that could be touched and moved by watching the unbelievable moves of the givers and servers of good things.

Bottom line is we must NEVER weary of doing good and doing right even though it seems we are going up against a team that seems to have everything. They seem to have more fans on their side cheering them on. Maybe our stands look basically empty. Seems our coach didn’t even show up to help us, but we know that He IS in fact with us. AGAINST ALL ODDS KEEP ON FIGHTING THE GOOD FIGHT AND KEEP ON RUNNING THE GOOD RACE! Never give up and never give in!


1 Peter 4:10-11

As every man hath received the gift, even so minister the same one to another, as good stewards of the manifold grace of God. If any man speak, let him speak as the oracles of God; if any man minister, let him do it as of the ability which God giveth: that God in all things may be glorified through Jesus Christ, to whom be praise and dominion for ever and ever. Amen.


As we enter into relationship with Christ and seek first His kingdom, we begin to recognize the gift(s) God has given us. We all must make the courageous choice to offer those gifts for the good of others and for His glory. Lord Jesus, may our hearts stand ever ready to ignite and move us into action as you show us opportunities to serve you. Holy Spirit, please lead us in obedience to Christ always – and press out of us the gifts we are meant to offer to the glory of God.

Verse/Commentary courtesy of ‘Verse-A-Day’ android app.


What’s This Sinner Business?

1. I am not a sinner.

2. I don’t need forgiven.

3. I have done nothing wrong.

4. I do lots of good things.

5. I am a good person.

Are these statements true or false? Do you say these things? Do you know someone who does and who sincerely believes it?

1 John 1:8-10

If we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us. If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. If we say that we have not sinned, we make him a liar, and his word is not in us.


It is through confession that we align with the justice of God and are forgiven through Jesus Christ. Most importantly, that we confess we are sinners. If any one of us is without sin, we do not need Jesus. Only He was without sin and only He is qualified to save. Confessing our sins is part of worship; part of our lives poured out for Christ. As the Holy Spirit reveals ALL the places of your heart, stand ready to confess your sins to God. This is not to make you feel guilty but rather to bring conviction, change, and to purify you for His glory.

Verse/Commentary courtesy of ‘Verse-A-Day’ android app.

If you really don’t know what this is saying I sincerely ask you to call upon Jesus Christ and simply ask Him to show you the truth and to give you understanding. Jesus Christ will show you if you are seeking truth with a sincere heart…

God bless you.