What Saith The Scripture?
The key to your whole Rapture position is faith in the character of God and His
Promises to escape ALL the events of the Tribulation Week. Prophecy and study aids
for the Tribulation Week, including a Timeline Chart and articles, Bible studies
and Promises. Featuring preachers from the past, such as C. G. Finney, C. H. Spurgeon,
Jonathan Edwards, J. A. Wylie, Andrew Murray, & more.
The following list contains links to the main index
This section includes an article, "Why Call Him Jehovah Jesus?"
This section includes Alexander Scourby's Audio Bible, A Commentary of the Book of
Revelations by Tom Stewart, and many more Bible-related articles.
Our day-to-day needs have been ordained by God to cause us the necessity of discovering
some new aspect of the character of the LORD Jesus that we may lay hold of by means
of the Exceeding Great and Precious Promises.
The Spirit of God has PROMISED to reveal
to His people the nature of the Tribulation Week events. Features include-- The Big Chart: The Tribulation Week Timeline displayed all at once; and
a Topics Index: An in-depth directory of all topics displayed on the The Big Chart,
including study links.
Understanding God's purpose and plan for
mankind in His judgment upon our world.
Seeking God's opinions and advice, sharing His secrets while enjoying His companionship.
True fellowship is centered on Jesus Christ and understanding His Word.
End Time Christian Stories. Edifying scenarios.
Christian stories for the last days. Some are prophetic and all are Scriptural. Also featured: "Pilgrim's Progress"
written by John Bunyan. Complete with Parts 1 and 2. Both Parts 1 and 2 are annotated
with the full text of Bunyan's Scripture references.
Filling our hearts and minds with edification
that prepares us for the future here, and glory above.
For Christians who desire Strong Meat because
they WANT to be like the One Whom they love. Offered are selections from twelve of
the great men who lived during this church age period (a time frame from approximately
1700 to 1900 AD), and includes an introduction to this section, with:
- a short definition of "The Church of Philadelphia"
- brief biographies of these twelve men
- quotes from some of their writings, and
- direct links to their listings
Charles G. Finney
Charles H. Spurgeon
D. L. Moody
R. A. Torrey
E. M. Bounds
J. A. Wylie
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