The Second Half of the Tribulation | Christ in Prophecy

Get ready to shout hallelujah as you watch this short biblical discussion on the book of Revelation!


Bible Prophecy Update – August 16th, 2020 Paster JD Farag

Keep on looking up!


John Haller’s Prophecy Update “The Abraham Accords” 8/16/2020

Times are certainly interesting. Be careful not to be so distracted by the chaos around that you miss probably things that are far more important in the end.


Bible Prophecy Update – August 9th, 2020

Pastor JD Farag


Bible Prophecy Update – August 2nd, 2020

Pastor JD Farag….(If you are not ready or are tired…brothers and sisters in Christ Jesus , it is time to take tour eyes off the chaos, off the troubled world, perhaps off of your personal life and time to draw ever so nearer to the Lord God than you ever have before. That is where our Hope is!)


John Haller’s Prophecy Update “On the Edge” 7/26/2020

Focus on Jesus Christ but, be informed. God bless all my brothers and sisters around the world!


Bible Prophecy Update – July 19th, 2020

The Great Awakening, Pastor JD Farag.


John Haller’s Prophecy Update – Approaching the Grand Prophetic Maximum. 7/12/2020

Brother John Haller world news and prophetic meaning.


Jan Markell January 2020 “Happening Now”

Thank you Han and Jack Hibbs!


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

Thank you John Haller


United Nations Human Rights – continues bias

Article taken from “Behold Israel ews” March 25th 2018.

UNHRC Passed 5 Anti-Israel Resolutions In Geneva

As with last year, UNHRC passes 5 anti-Israel resolutions; 2 passed on Syria, and 1 on Myanmar, N. Korea and Iran; Haley: Today’s actions make clear that the organization lacks the credibility needed to be a true advocate for human rights.


The United Nations Human Rights Council passed five anti-Israel resolutions in Geneva on Friday.

The 47 member council held its first annual session of the year, passing anti-Israel resolutions and demanding restitution for a UN school damaged during 2014 Operation Protective Edge in the Gaza Strip.

Five resolutions were passed by the UNHRC, including resolutions centered on adherence to previous resolutions deeming Israeli settlements and the Golan Heights, illegal, a resolution on the “Palestinian’s right to self-determination” and a resolution to ensure “accountability and justice for all violations of international law in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including east Jerusalem.”

United States Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, again condemned the United Nations, releasing the statement “When the Human Rights Council treats Israel worse than North Korea, Iran and Syria, it is the council itself that is foolish and unworthy of its name. Today’s actions make it clear that the organization lacks the credibility needed to be a true advocate for human rights.”

On the United States’ membership to the UNHRC, Haley stated “The United States continues to evaluate our membership in the Human Rights Council. Our patience is not unlimited. Today’s actions make clear that the organization lacks the credibility needed to be a true advocate for human rights.” The United States and Israel announced last year that it would leave the council if it continued its biased abuse on the State of Israel.

Last year, the UNHRC also passed five anti-Israel resolutions, Haley at the time warning “As you know, the United States is looking carefully at this council and its participation in it. We see some areas for significant strengthening.”

Israel’s Ambassador to the United Nations responded to the council’s calls for compensation on damages to one of its schools in the Strip, stating “Instead of making demands of Israel, the UN should ask Hamas for compensation, for using its facilities to harm civilians… [it] should also investigate how time and again, a terrorist group, which uses Gazans as human shields, exploits these facilities for its own use.”

Two resolutions were passed on Syria, and one one Myanmar, North Korea and Iran.

Photo: UNHRC, Wikimedia Commons, 2018