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Often times people stumble upon this blog because they are looking for something else on the web. I don’t claim to have all the answers already but I am good at researching so if you need help locating a scripture or if you are seeking answers to a particular question you can contact me here and I will do my best to respond and try and point you in the right direction. Your questions will help to further my own learning also as it prompts me to look at something I might not have considered previously.

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1. charlotte - May 8, 2012

The church supports the pastors and the teachers, Why don’t they support the Apostles and the Prophets of Gods?

2. Henry - May 9, 2012

Hi Charlotte,

Thanks for your question. It is an excellent one which I think originates out of the debate of whether the one pastor system is biblical and also whether a pastor should be salaried. Indeed the scriptures, Eph 4:11, speaks of the 5 fold ministry of Aposltes, Prophets, Evangelists, Pastors and Teachers but unfortunately in the church today we have only one person, the pastors, occupying an office. In my view the one pastor system is not scriptural and this originated from the time of Constantine who reorganised the way church is done. It was he who mainly instituted the system whereby one man stood at the head of the church and speak to the people for a fee. I think therefore we have adopted the Roman system and because this is the way we have done church for centuries we are now to inflexible to change.

Here are some articles which shed more light on this:

These are two articles I wrote examining the salaried pastor issue and the church as a non-profit organisation:

https://spiritofdiscernment.wordpress.com/2010/07/05/should-pastors-be-salaried/

https://spiritofdiscernment.wordpress.com/2010/10/06/the-church-as-a-non-profit-organisation/

These two articles address the question of whether the one pastor system is scriptural:

http://www.webtruth.org/articles/church-issues-30/is-the-one-pastor-system-scriptural-50.html

http://cnview.com/churches_today/is_the_one_pastoral_system_scrip.htm

3. charlotte - May 9, 2012

Thank God , for you now I know God as reaveled it to me, it is not just me. The foundation was built by the Apostles,and Prophets Ephesian 2:20 . 1 Corinthians 12:28, And God hath set some in the church, first Apostles, secondarily Prophets, thirdly Teachers, after that Miracles, then gifts of healing, helps, governments, diversities of tongues. We are all part of the body of Christ, How can the body of Christ say we have no need of the Apostles and Prophets in the Church today?

4. Henry - May 11, 2012

Charlotte,
Eph 4 makes it clear that the church cannot do without the other ministry gifts such as Apostles, Prophets, Evangelists etc. Often times you will come across things in the church that you will question and wonder if you are the odd one out but in truth you are not the only one. Here is another article I wrote awhile back which addresses this issue in more depth:

https://spiritofdiscernment.wordpress.com/2010/07/02/the-qualifications-of-a-pastor/#comments

5. charlotte - May 11, 2012

We are suppost to only give our tithes, where we a being feed by the Pastor, Malachi 3:10 bring your tithes into the storehouse, in another words where we are being Spiriual fed.These shepherds are not feeding the flock of God.

6. Henry - May 14, 2012

Charlotte,

I believe you make an erroneous statement regarding the tithe. You may like to take a look at this post: https://spiritofdiscernment.wordpress.com/2012/03/13/tithing-not-a-matter-of-salvation-is-that-so/

or this link below which offers some excellent write-ups on the subject of tithing.

http://tithingtruth.com/

7. charlotte - May 14, 2012

Thank you for your insights in the word of God, they are a blessing to me. I have a question for you, what about these people in the Prophetic Ministry,they want you to send them money for a personal prophecy over you, and they are calling it a Prophets Reward? I would love to hear from you about this is it happening all over the world now. What is a Prophets Reward?

8. Henry - May 14, 2012

Charlotte,

Do not send your money to these people. What these people are doing is not prophesying at all but they are simply fortune tellers who disguise themselves as prophets of God for the purposes of gain. A true prophet of God does NOT take money for the word that God gave him to utter. Only false prophets collect money for prophesies (see 2 Peter 2:1-4). But this is not new for the false prophets in Israel were at it also because they were divining for money (see Micah 3:11). These people have twisted scriptures to suit their own ends. They misused Matt 10:41 for their own benefit. The verse says:

Matt 10:41
Anyone who receives a prophet because he is a prophet will receive a prophet’s reward, and anyone who receives a righteous man because he is a righteous man will receive a righteous man’s reward.

Notice the focus of the person receiving the reward is not the prophet but he who receives the prophet because he is a prohet will receive a prophet’s reward. Deceivers however twist the focus to themselves and claim they are due a prophet reward or a prohet offering. Nonsense. The reward Jesus was speaking of was not in this life at any rate but rather in the next life. Note also that the gift of prophesy is not for private benefit but for the full edification of the whole church (1 Cor 12:7)

1 Cor 12:7
7Now to each one the manifestation of the Spirit is given for the common good.

9. charlotte - May 16, 2012

Dear Henry, Brother in the Lord, I appriciate you, and may God bless you today. I have another question for you, Iam a Prophet of Gods, I have been called into the Prophetic Office, years ago, been ministering for years. I have not been supported by the church or the people of the world, always have to work to take care of myself, I have been around the United States, too many churches, most of them did not even greet me as child of Gods. Most of them even when I prophesied to them, they did not recognize that Iam a Prophet, all they did is give me funning looks, like what is is? I went where God sent me,and I would come into the church with the Power Of God on me, and his anointing, and many times the presences of God so strong on me, Me and God would take over the whole service in that church, sometimes God would line them up, and I would prophecy over them. God would move in a mighty way through the congregation, many get blessed. The church does not want me, and the world does not want me. But I know God wants me and loves me, I have totally rely on the Lord for everything in my life. Iam the unwanted prophet, that comes in and rocks the boat.

10. Henry - May 16, 2012

Charlotte,
Your name indicates that you are a woman and what I am going to say will sound controversial but nevertheless I will aim to stick with scriptures. Not everyone who prophesies is necessarily a “prophet” in the sense of the word as used to denote the prophets of old. We know from Acts 21:9 that Philip the evangelist had daughters who prophesied, in fulfillment of the prophesy in Joel 2 where God said He would pour out His Spirit on all flesh in the latter days and that sons and daughters would prophesy. However not because you are able to exercise the gift doesn’t mean you should do it in the church. Paul says that a woman should keep silence in the church and that no woman should usurp the authority over a man. This is similar to those who are able to speak in tongues (1 Cor 14). Not because you are able to manifest the gift doesn’t mean you should do it how you please – but everything should be done decently and in order and therefore should be done by two or three that 1 may interpret.

11. charlotte - May 22, 2012

Iam sorry you do not think God made and called woman to be Prophetess to the Nations, Iam a Prophet of Gods, men did not call me, God did, he Anointed me and seperated me for his glory, Iam sent by God! Iam a true Prophet of Gods, God has put me in that office of a Prophet, whether you want to believe or not, in the Bible there is women Prophets used of God, like Deborah in Judges 4:4 she was a prophetess and a judge.

12. Henry - May 23, 2012

Charlotte,
I can only point you to the scriptures – if you do not want to accept them I can’t force you. Yes Deborah was a prophetess in Judges 4 but that does not legitimise your claim to being a prophet/prophetess. Here is what Hebrews 1 says: 1God, who at sundry times and in divers manners spake in time past unto the fathers by the prophets, 2Hath in these last days spoken unto us by his Son, whom he hath appointed heir of all things, by whom also he made the worlds;

The scriptures therefore are clear that God does not speak to us by prophets in the same sense He did in the past. The function of prophesying in the New Testament is different from that in the Old. Note for example that Paul said in Ephesians 4 that the foundations of the church was built upon by the Apostles and Prophets. This is/was their function. If we have prophets today in that same sense does that mean that the foundations of the church is still being built? The Bible is the complete Revelation of Jesus Christ and therefore God is not revealing any new truth today than what was revealed in His word. In “prophetic utterances” today therefore must line up with the scriptures and if not should be rejected.

13. Gracie - November 11, 2012

Hi,

I have a question….at the end of church service, the Pastor mentioned if anybody wanted/needed an extra measure of Gods presence/annointing/touch/whatever, that they could stand during the prayer time….the rest could remain sitting…it was an invitation for those who needed “a little more” from the prayer time to stand. I guess if they stood…that action would garner more……yaaaa I just didn’t feel right about that…..I needed more….but I’m not a “stander”…..I don’t agree with those methods….and I have some concerns…..what do you think? And yes, somehow through stumbling on the web for questions I came across this site… 🙂
Thanks for any insight.
Gracie

14. charlotte - November 11, 2012

God knows what is in your heart men do not know. You can get a touch and more of Jesus, anywhere you are. God is everywhere! Just call on him, and he will answer, and show you great things that you do not know!

15. Henry - November 12, 2012

Hi Gracie,
Thanks for stumbling upon my blog and for your question. Your question is an interesting one which I myself have pondered over in my quiet time in the past. In my own church the pastor would sometimes do a similar thing by asking if anyone needed prayer. However, often times although people need prayer they would remain seated and I myself have done that. I think perhaps we do not feel comfortable standing or going to the altar because we do not want to show our weakness to others. We do not want others to see that we are vulnerable spiritually. We take the attitude therefore that we can receive the prayer or the blessing seated where we are without having to put ourselves on public display. However, I have started to look at this differently especially when considering James 5:14. Here it says if anyone is sick let him call for the elders of the church who would annoint him with oil in the Lord and pray over him. Today however this is hardly done because we think that God can heal the sick seated in his seat without the public display. Yes God can heal in this way but I think it takes a step of faith to approach the elders and put yourself in that vulnerable position and where not approaching the elders could actually demonstrate a lack of faith. I therefore don’t think it is wrong that the pastor should invite people to stand for a special prayer as we need to demonstrate a willingness to “step out” in faith remembering that everything should be done for the glory of God. If healing is done publicly for example this will bring God glory and act as a witness to others seeing it. Remember that we should be seeking to please God and not worry about what others may think about us – note also from the same passage of James 5 it says we should confess our faults one to another. But how easy is it to tell someone else that I have sinned? We rather keep it hidden because we fear they might become judgemental.

Hope I have therefore given you a slightly different perspective to view this if a bit long-winded.

16. Gracie - December 2, 2012

Hi there,

Your response was not long winded….and I appreciate the thought you put into your response to my question. But for me, your response has more to do with “my refusal to stand up”……and my question was not regarding this…my question was strictly regarding the Pastor having people stand..if they needed a little extra from God while the Pastor prayed. I have gone to the elders for prayer, and have been annointed with oil….not this church, but another…..I am also extremely transparent with my failures…vices….etc…I don’t really care what anyone else thinks of me as I know we all have issues and none of us are perfect. So I feel you were reading into the question a little bit…it really is for me about the Pastor stating to stand…for a little extra…..with many churches and leaders becoming…a little off course….and then a little more….and a little more…..my concern was centered around that…if that makes any sense? The apostasy doesn’t come in flashing lights…saying here I am! Subtle moves….quiet….a little lie mixed in…that was what I was wondering. I’m sorry I didn’t convey that…:) I also apologize for my looong wait in reply to your efforts!

17. Henry - December 4, 2012

Gracie,
I agree I was reading into your question a bit. Sorry if I misunderstood your intentions. I think I now understand where you are coming from now that you have rephrased things. In the case of your particular experience with the church in question, I would say that it is difficult for me to judge without witnessing first hand. Sometimes a pastor might try to engage the audience in exercising their faith by asking them to stand or to come to the altar for prayer. Nothing wrong with this generally but if he is offering something more that he cannot give then it perfectly right that you exercise caution. For example their are minister suggesting that they can give you more of the Spirit by touching you and they perform all manner of shenanigans such as slaying you in the spirit and these are all unbiblical. I therefore completely agree with you to exercise caution if you see practices in the church which cause you to question because you can very well be deceived by such experiences. Hope this helps.

18. Gracie - December 4, 2012

Hi 🙂

No worries! And I do think I phrased it better second time around. The emphasis to stand was that you could get an extra touch from God if you were to stand as opposed to sitting. I have some concerns regarding…purpose driven changes…..if that makes any sense to you? I’m not sure how much I can say in this format as well….even without mentioning church names. But in these times…I am wondering if there will be no church to attend as they become “taken over” by off track, all inclusive teaching… What do you think?

Gracie

19. Henry - December 6, 2012

Hi Gracie,
Aah. I see what you mean now. I don’t believe you can get an extra touch from God anymore standing than sitting. In fact you do not need to go to a church building to get an “extra touch” from God in my view as God is not confined to a building. You can encounter God even in your closet or out in the desert. There are some teachers who try to make it appear as though you have to come to their altar in order to access God but this is false.

I have heard of the purpose driven (drivel) doctrine. This doctrine basically suggests that your life must be purpose driven but if you are a true Christian your life is already purpose driven and you do not need to seek anything out there to change your life. It is all a lie. Paul says having food and raiment therewith be content and John says love not the world neither the things of this world, the cares of life or the pride of life. The purpose driven doctrine however is telling you to seek pride of life but all this is not of the Father, the scriptures say.

The great apostacy is upon us which makes it appear that soon there won’t be any church (or proper church) left but whilst this may be true of the mainstream churches you will find that the true church is going “underground”, meeting in homes etc. Keep the faith though as God is still building His church even in these dark times.

20. Gracie - December 6, 2012

Thank-you sooooo much Henry. I do have this fear in my belly that there will be no, as you say, mainstream, “visible” church to attend….it’s coming…they are getting pegged off…..so the true church will have to go underground…..God will show me when and where………..how sad……how prophetic…..

Yes, God is crushing me……..squeezing every last drop out in order to strip and rebuild….I have periods of despising it…and periods of loving it, because I know He is counting me worthy…and it is His loving hand that wants to prepare me to stand for the things that are coming. It is so exciting!!

21. Michael - December 14, 2012

God tells us to verify all word given to us for some preach false doctrine, see 1John4:1-3. Iron sharpens iron and you have every right to ask your Pastor what you asked Henry. Leaving ministry goes against Gods word. We are called to be together just like the original Acts 2 church. Do not believe every word you hear, test it. The only way you can do that is by studying Gods word and seeing how HE acts in HIS word. Study to show thyself approved. Change can start with YOU. Give it to God and follow what HE is telling you!

22. Gracie - December 14, 2012

Hi Michael,

Thanks for taking the time to comment. I actually emailed in a concern to someone in leadership and never heard back…I also emailed the Pastor to give a praise item and mentioned I had some previous concerns and he never asked what I had been concerned about. I know he is busy….still. I agree with studying His word and learning how He behaves in all circumstances……definitely learning from books outside of Gods word is a little dicey these days. My latest concern is a band that was invited to play for worship on the weekend. The band members I had heard play years ago and enjoyed them, but this summer I realized this same band was now connected with some new age bands and venues…..so I was really disappointed and felt at the time I learned that, that it was too bad they had stepped away from the Lord. During the praise/worship time…I realized THIS was the band who had been invited into the church service for worship. I know at least one of the band members is connected to a church doing some very dark “healing/prophesysing/stuff”……demonic and not of God…….they are deceived……and I see this band coming in as a means to infliltrate…….or possibly my home church bringing them in in the “spirit” of tolerance….I don’t know…..it makes me sick to my stomach…….not sure about staying and praying or leaving….it WILL be up to the Lord in how He wants me to handle this…..how to conduct myself…….and what to do with this latest information……there seems to be a “purpose driven” takeover as well………..
Gracie

23. Henry - December 14, 2012

Michael,
In your response to Gracie you say that “Leaving ministry goes against God’s word”. Do you care to elaborate on that point please? I mean I hope you are not suggesting that one should not leave a church that they are uncomfortable with to go to another church they are more comfortable with. It is true what you say in that we can try to influence change from within but this is often harder than you think especially if one is not in a leadership role. Usually what happens is that a dissenting member is ostracised and even booted out of the church for daring to contest the doctrine of the church. Let me remind you therefore that the scriptures explicitly admonishes a beliver as follows:

Now I beseech you, brethren, mark them which cause divisions and offences contrary to the doctrine which ye have learned; and avoid them.Rom 16:17

It is clear then that there are times when you may very well need to walk away from some churches that preach a different doctrine to scriptures.

24. Gracie - February 12, 2013

Hi,
I am trying to locate concise information on Tony Campola as he will be speaking at the church I attend. The information I am finding searching the internet is confusing and draining. You know my concerns as previously posted. I need to be able to back up my concerns showing the information found as coming from Tony Campola himself. Will you be able to help me with this information or can you send me to sites that could better help me than my own attempts at searching the internet?? Or do you suggest another way to deal with this? Thank-you for your time, it is much appreciated. Gracie

25. Henry - February 12, 2013

Hi Gracie,
I don’t know very much about Tony Campola but I think your approach should be to listen to what he says, record it if you can by making notes and then compare it to scriptures. If he cites a scripture to support his point make a note of it and when you get time you check the scripture to see if indeed it says what Tony Campola claims it says. This should be the approach with any speaker and is the same think that Paul encountered with those at Berea in Acts 17 and accounted them more noble than the Thessalonicans. Here is a write up with references though that you may want to look at: http://www.letusreason.org/popteac27.htm

26. Gracie - February 14, 2013

Hello,

Thank-you for the website you gave me. I found it very helpful. What I also found very helpful was looking through this book that Tony Campola had written. “The God of Intimacy and Action”—-reconnecting ancient spiritual practices, evangelism and justice” You can “go through it” online at Amazon…I also checked out the books that TC mentioned within this book..I looked at the authors and what they had written….I went further down the rabbit hole…and it was dark.

The church I attend”ed” will have nothing to do with my concerns…that seems to be a pretty common response.

The great apostasy…the great falling away….the people are still sitting in church…they haven’t left….they have exchanged the truth for a tolerant lie.

2 Thessalonians 2:05-15
New American Standard Bible (NASB)
5 Do you not remember that while I was still with you, I was telling you these things? 6 And you know what restrains him now, so that in his time he will be revealed. 7 For the mystery of lawlessness is already at work; only he who now restrains will do so until he is taken out of the way. 8 Then that lawless one will be revealed whom the Lord will slay with the breath of His mouth and bring to an end by the appearance of His [a]coming; 9 that is, the one whose [b]coming is in accord with the activity of Satan, with all power and [c]signs and false wonders, 10 and with [d]all the deception of wickedness for those who perish, because they did not receive the love of the truth so as to be saved. 11 For this reason God [e]will send upon them [f]a deluding influence so that they will believe [g]what is false, 12 in order that they all may be [h]judged who did not believe the truth, but [i]took pleasure in wickedness.
13 But we should always give thanks to God for you, brethren beloved by the Lord, because God has chosen you [j]from the beginning for salvation [k]through sanctification [l]by the Spirit and faith in the truth. 14 It was for this He called you through our gospel, [m]that you may gain the glory of our Lord Jesus Christ. 15 So then, brethren, stand firm and hold to the traditions which you were taught, whether by word of mouth or by letter [n]from us.

Gracie

27. Henry - February 25, 2013

Hi Gracie,

Sorry it has taken me so long to respond. Sadly your experience with your church is not uncommon. These things are happening so that the scriptures might be fulfilled. The Spirit speaks expressedly that in the latter days many shall depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits and doctrines of devils. This is what is happening in many churches today – great apostacy. Thank God for opening your eyes to the truth. If you communicate your concerns to your church and they don’t want to listen then separate yourself from them and find another bible-based church to fellowship with. It is not a very easy thing to try and convince a church that they are heading down the wrong path so if you can speak to one or two members privately then attempt to do so but otherwise don’t beat yourself up if they won’t take heed.

This is where we are at today when churches can open their pulpits to all and sundry to take stage to spew out their false doctrines. Satan and his angels are transforming themselves into angels of light and sitting in the church because they lack discernment. But God is calling out a few individuals to come out. You may feel ostracised or like the odd one out but it is a necessary trait in a Christian to be questioning of what you see and what you hear in church and to test the spirits.

28. sally stubbs - March 11, 2013

how come spiritualism talk to those how have past

29. Henry - March 12, 2013

Sally Stubbs,
I am not sure what you mean? Do you mean that spiritualism tends to reach people who have had a troubled past?

30. Cynthia Aguilera-Warren - September 16, 2013

Hi Henry, I so very much appreciate this site, as such is what I have recently been learning about also. Will you please contact me through my personal email; as there is relevant important information I would appreciate discussing with you. I also just shared your site on my Facebook page (you can find me there if you would like to know more about me before contacting me).
Thanks!

31. Henry - September 16, 2013

Thank you Cynthia. I will email you.

32. johnny - November 19, 2013

if we say tithing is in the old testament then we are saying Jesus came to abolish the old testatment. the old gave birth to the new dont forget. Moreso,as believers we still indirectly observe the ten commandment which to you is supposed to be in the old…. i dont think you will advice your congrgation to commit fornication or adultry but these and many more were from the old testatment the old testament is the physical part of the bible and the new testament the spiritual part of it both work together.

33. Henry - November 21, 2013

Johnny,
Thanks for dropping by. I think you are taking the wrong approach though in looking at this. Firstly, the Old Covenant did not give birth to the New. The New was part of God’s plan from creation. The New Covenant replaces the Old Covenant and the New Covenant contains everything that pertains to Salvation. So even if we did not have the Old or we had no knowledge of it the New would be enough. If you read Hebrews 8 it tells you why the New came into being and confirms that the Old decays and vanish away.

13In that he saith, A new covenant, he hath made the first old. Now that which decayeth and waxeth old is ready to vanish away. Heb 8
What you are in effect saying though is that we now have two covenants and we need to observe or abide by both but this cannot be true. If tithing was still relevant today then, circumcission and burnt offerings would also be still relevant and this would deny the finished work of Grace.

34. Rose Munro - February 3, 2016

Daniel’s “REAL” 70 weeks

Daniel’s 70 weeks are 70 sets of 49 years, 70 jubilee cycles, 3430 years.

BC1414 + AD2016 = 3430 years

3430 / 70 = 49

The 50th year was also the 1st of the next set of 49.

Week 1 BC 1414 – BC 1365 First Jubilee year. The beginning of the 70 weeks.

Week 2 BC 1365 – BC 1316
Week 3 BC 1316 – BC 1267
Week 4 BC 1267 – BC 1218
Week 5 BC 1218 – BC 1169
Week 6 BC 1169 – BC 1120
Week 7 BC 1120 – BC 1071
Week 8 BC 1071 – BC 1022
Week 9 BC 1022 – BC 973
Week 10 BC 973 – BC 924
Week 11 BC 924 – BC 875
Week 12 BC 875 – BC 826
Week 13 BC 826 – BC 777
Week 14 BC 777 – BC 728
Week 15 BC 728 – BC 679
Week 16 BC 679 – BC 630
Week 17 BC 630 – BC 581
Week 18 BC 581 – BC 532
Week 19 BC 532 – BC 483
Week 20 BC 483 – BC 434
Week 21 BC 434 – BC 385
Week 22 BC 385 – BC 336
Week 23 BC 336 – BC 287
Week 24 BC 287 – BC 238
Week 25 BC 238 – BC 189
Week 26 BC 189 – BC 140
Week 27 BC 140 – BC 91
Week 28 BC 91 – BC 42

Week 29 BC 42 – AD 7 Jesus was born in this set of forty nine years.

Week 30 AD 7 – AD 56 He died in this one.

Week 31 AD 56 – AD 105 The second temple was destroyed in this one.

Week 32 AD 105 – AD 154
Week 33 AD 154 – AD 203
Week 34 AD 203 – AD 252
Week 35 AD 252 – AD 301
Week 36 AD 301 – AD 350
Week 37 AD 350 – AD 399
Week 38 AD 399 – AD 448
Week 39 AD 448 – AD 497
Week 40 AD 497 – AD 546
Week 41 AD 546 – AD 595

Week 42 AD 595 – AD 644 The temple mount was taken over by the Muslims here in this one.

Week 43 AD 644 – AD 693 They started construction on the Dome of the Rock here. They mark this spot as the spot where Muhammad took his night journey to heaven.

Week 44 AD 693 – AD 742 The abomination that causes desolation, Al-Aqsa Mosque was completed on the Temple mount here in this set of 49 years.

>>>Mark 13 tells you the abomination will be an it, not a him.<<>62nd week<>GOD HIMSELF CUT MESSIAH<their>> The command went forth to restore and rebuild Jerusalem in 1967, when God himself gave us back Jerusalem in the 6 day war, a war that we should have by all odds lost, but we didn’t our God fought it for us..<<>>America<<>>>>Revelation 12:14 And to the woman were given two wings of a great eagle, that she might fly into the wilderness, into her place, where she is nourished for a time, and times, and half a time, from the face of the serpent.

US>>>>>> THE USA!!!! We are here now, not in Israel.

>>>>Daniel 7(JULY):4(4th) (Our Independence day!!!!) The first was like a lion, and had eagle’s wings: I beheld till the wings thereof were plucked, and it was lifted up from the earth, and made stand upon the feet as a man, and a man’s heart was given to it.

God is so freaking brilliant and I love him more with each day that passes. It is remarkable how obvious this stuff is if you leave behind what the church has told you to believe. I absolutely can not wait to meet him in person!!!!!

Defining time, times, and half a time.

Time 70 years
Times 140 years
Half a time 35 years
_______________________
245 years

2016
– 245
__________________________
1771

What year were we founded????? 1776

All of these blood moons have been right over America. Israel saw none of them at all except for the last one which was situated right in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. LOL He’s coming, this year on Yom Kippur, and he is going to flood this rock with his glory.

He set us up over here in the wilderness and gave us everything that we could possibly imagine, but we turned on him again. The Babylonian captivity is nothing compared to what we are going to see.

My God is done here and he is coming back to take dominion of HIS creation. He gave dominion to man in the Garden of Eden and we have destroyed everything.

About four months ago now, I was sitting in my car, waiting for my son to get off from work when a man came up and tapped my car a couple of times with a news paper, handed it to me and said, “I thought you might like a news paper.”

When he did this, I was immediately reminded of the dream I had had the night before. In my dream I was trying my best to get a newspaper from one of those machines. I would look into the machine and see the paper I wanted and then put the money in but when I pulled the paper out it was the wrong one. I tried three times to get that paper and quit.

I knew that there had to be something in that paper that God wanted me to see.

I skimmed through it and saw this. There was an article on some of our national parks. The one that caught my attention was Zion National Park in Utah. The photo that was there was of The Court of the Patriarchs. You can type on Google images and see this.

As I flipped through Google images looking at the Court, I ran across something else that was astounding to me. "The Great White Throne." It actually looks like a throne. I swear, I was floored. I live here in the USA and have never heard of it. Again, type this in to see it, and please read Revelation 20.

God’s glory is going to come down on this rock! I can’t wait to see him.

It’s in Utah. America was Hosea’s and Revelation’s wilderness.

THIS is where God is going to judge the earth? We are the Jews, we are still his people. He is going to make it so hard on us that we will be forced to choose to let go of this world and choose him, this is not only about God’s land anymore. America is where his people are.

This is the kicker, in 2017 there is a total solar eclipse right over the eastern part of the USA on August 21(22), 2016 Rosh Chodesh Elul, right after Shabbat Nachamu. Are you listening, this is happening in America, not Israel. God’s people are here!!!!!!!!! Rosh HaShanah is soon there after. The End, lights out!!!! The light will shine no more.

God told us that he would use the Sun and the Moon to tell us the end from the beginning. The beginning of a thing is lunar, and the end of a thing is Solar(and the evening and the morning were….). To prove my point. We started in Jerusalem, Israel on the Lunar calendar, and will end in New York, America on the Gregorian or Solar Calendar.

HE’S COMING!!!!!!!!!!

One more thing……

Lion – UK
Bear – Russia
Eagle – USA
Leopard – Iran
Dragon – China

35. Henry - September 7, 2016

Rose,
In my humble and honest opinion I think this all amounts to speculation rather than founded on Biblical prophecy. For instance, you started out with the year BC1414. What is the significance of that year? What happened in that year? It is true, Christ is coming, but trying to work out the date is futile.

36. Beverly - March 4, 2017

Henry,
A friend of mine had to literally contend for the faith at his Episcopal church here in the USA, where new age practices have been filtering in through their new Rector from India, with previous ministry in England. My friend was called to a Vestry meeting and simply said that God wanted his church back and stated the new practices were new age/occult in their roots. He was blacklisted and the church, even decades old friends, have turned their back on him. While searching online for scriptural confirmation of his discernment, I found your site. I have sent him your two articles, “Contending for the Faith” and “Lessons from Ahab for an Undiscerning Church”. I believe they will help him tremendously and strengthen him. Thank you for your scriptural, but unpopular, stand in many areas confronting the church in today’s volatile anti-biblical culture.
in Christ,
Beverly

37. Beverly - March 4, 2017

In error, my whole name was used. Please change it to just “Beverly”. Thank you.

38. Henry - August 30, 2017

Hi Beverly,
Sorry for taking so long to respond but this seemed to have slipped my notice. I am not surprised by your friend’s experience. It is the reality of our times that the church is descending into heresy. We should not be surprised though as scriptures already warned us that in the last days many false prophets shall arise and shall deceive many. Thank you for helping to spread the truth by sharing my articles.
In Christ,
Henry


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