Quick Link Resource Guide for Advocates of Biblical Equality of the Sexes


 God is moving among his young people and raising up advocates for biblical equality of the sexes. 

Many of us who have been advocating for biblical equality of the sexes, are getting up in age. I am approaching my 67th birthday and have been advocating for almost 2 decades. 

I started writing, Woman Submit! Christians & Domestic Violence, in 2005, and the Lord immediately began dealing with me about writing, Woman this is WAR! Gender Slavery and the Evangelical Caste System. He made it clear that if I only ran with the message of preventing domestic violence, without addressing the root cause, "other side of the coin" so to speak, which is complementarianism/male headship, that I would be running only half-dressed.

I am thrilled to see God raising up a veritable army of young advocates. This is a growing movement among young Christians. For that reason, in addition to my books, I put together a "Quick Link Resource Guide for Advocates of Biblical Equality," which consists of links to over 100 of my articles on the topic, all conveniently located on one webpage for quick reference.

I am 100% committed to supporting advocates of any age. 

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What is Predestination?

Does every person have a choice, at some point in their life, to choose Christ and live forever? Or, are all people, from the moment they are born, created for either honor or dishonor, life or destruction?

   If the latter is the case, then the scriptures lie, and from the moment of conception, we are all locked into either the life caste or the death caste.

   If we are all, from birth, predestined to honor or dishonor, eternal life, or eternal destruction, why bother preaching the gospel to anyone, or attempting to live lives pleasing to God—our fate is already sealed…correct?

   Fortunately, the scriptures do not lie, and the above hypothesis is incorrect.

   The God of the Bible is a God of redemption—not of caste.

   Romans 9:21, says that God makes some vessels to honor and other vessels are made to dishonor (KJV). Romans 9:22 says God endures with “much long suffering” the vessels fitted to destruction.

   Pay close attention to what these verses say. They say that some vessels are made to honor or dishonor—not that they are made for these things.

   This is an important distinction. The vessels, in verse 22, are fitted to destruction and not for destruction. That is relevant distinction.

   Remember, every word of scripture is God breathed, even the little words.

   The word “makes,” in verse 21, comes from the Greek word, poieo. Poieo, is a root word with a literal meaning of “make” or “do.” But, depending on context, the word has a wide variety of applications, some of which include the meanings of, commit, ordain, raise up, or appoint.

   Someone can be committed, ordained, raised up, or appointed to something at any point in their lives. It is not necessary that they committed to it at birth.

   It would not contradict the context of Romans chapter nine, or the definition of the Greek word, poieo, to translate verse 21 as, “God commits” some vessels to honor, rather than, “God makes [or creates] some vessels to honor...”

   The alternate reading gives a different and clearer perspective on the passage.

   A case in point, is King Saul. God raised up and appointed a righteous young man, Saul, to become his ordained King over Israel (even though it was not God’s perfect will that Israel have a king at all). After coming to power, Saul made some personally destructive choices. Yet, he was also given freedom to make righteous choices. Few will argue that King Saul was given both option and opportunity to do things differently—to become a vessel of honor rather than dishonor.

   Pharaoh could have done things differently, as well. Did the apostle really write that Pharaoh was made for dishonor and destruction? That, from the moment of his birth, he was locked into a cosmic caste system from which there was no escape?

   Was Pharaoh really created for the sole purpose of condemnation?

   Was the prophet, Jeremiah, lying when he wrote that God had a plan and purpose for all of us—plans to do us good and not evil?

   No. He was not.

   So, we see that the Word of God must be rightly discerned.    

   Romans 9:22 speaks of vessels of wrath fitted to destruction.

   The Greek word translated “fitted” (in the King James Bible) is, “Katartizo.” Katartizo has a literal translation of “complete thoroughly,” “adjust” or “repair,” which makes perfect sense within the context of Romans 9:22. Deeper study reveals the word, Katartizo, is derived from yet another Greek word, “Katah.”

   Katah is a root word, meaning “down.”

   The meanings of the words, Katartizo and Katah, when combined, mean that Romans 9:17-22 [22]) is saying, that vessels are adjusted down to destruction. They are committed to that destruction only after God endures their sinful choices with “much long suffering.”

   Taking the “thoroughly complete” definition of the word, Katartizo, into account, it becomes clear that God’s plan for Pharaoh, because of Pharaoh’s own choices, was adjusted down. And it was at that point, he became committed [or ordained] to dishonor and destruction.

   Setting aside English-Translation-Theology (our Bibles were not written in English), a careful reading of Romans 9:17-22, makes it clear that Pharaoh was not committed to dishonor and destruction until after God had endured his sinful choices with “much long suffering.”

   1 Timothy 2:3-5 states that it is not God’s will that any should perish but that all should come to the knowledge of the truth. If it is not God’s will that any should perish, then He is not going to violate His own will by creating anyone for the specific purpose of deliberately destroying them.

   However, in his foreknowledge of all things, God knows who will, and who will not, choose life and godliness Romans 8:29.

   According to 1 Timothy 2:3-5, It is God’s explicit written will that we are all given [at least one] opportunity to choose life. The Word of God also states that Jesus died for the sins of the world—not just for the sins of a few predestined elect.  

   Romans 8:29 says that predestination is according to foreknowledge. And 2 Corinthians 6:2, states that there is a period of Grace in which the door to salvation remains open (today is the accepted time...today is the day of salvation 2 Corinthians 6:2).

   But, if any refuse to accept Christ, the Bible says the period of “much long suffering” can pass. And, as with Pharaoh, the opportunity can be withdrawn.

   The door can close.

   It is at that point—and not one moment before—that God’s perfect plan for a life can be adjusted down. From that point on, one can be committed to, or ordained to…destruction.

   God’s power will be revealed, his purpose will be accomplished, and his name will be declared throughout all the earth, regardless of what individual choices are made by his human creation.

   But we must always remember that God gives us a choice. He is the one who said, “I have set before you blessing and cursing, life and death…Choose life, so that you and your children may live.

Review: Mike Bickle on Contemplative Prayer (part 2)

(Click HERE TO read Part 1)
 
"Contemplative prayer is an imperfect science." So says Mike Bickle, one of the Kansas City Prophets and a proponent of introducing Christians to what he refers to as, "CP" (contemplative prayer). Bickle has the following to say of contemplative prayer:


“… this is an imperfect science… it (the term CP) is not a term that is a biblical term… it’s an idea.  … there’s no place where Paul the apostle said the term CP means this… different ones throughout church history define it differently… I have 30, 40, 50 titles on CP in my home… any book on CP, I just buy 'em… at first it confused me because one person talked about it so different from another person, it took me a few of years to figure it out that there is no clear infallible definition…” --Mike Bickle in his audio message “Contemplative Prayer part 2”

Analysis of what Bickle said in the above quotes:
  • CP is an evolving thing
  • Contemplative prayer cannot be found in the Bible
  • To one it means one thing. To another, it means something else
  • He will read anything on CP, regardless of who writes it
  • CP cannot be defined (This, as we will show, is not true)
The following is another Bickle recommendation on pursuing CP: “You’re gonna need resources to do it (to go into the deep waters of God). The Protestant world is really, really, narrow on the resources of contemplative prayer.”

   Editor comment: There is a reason the Protestant world is really narrow on resources of contemplative prayer. It is not found in the Bible!

    During the protestant reformation, people rightly claimed the Bible alone tells us everything we need to know about life and godliness. They formed their theology from the Bible and rightly rejected extra-scriptural revelation that did not line up with what had already been written (Isaiah 8:20).
    Contemplative prayer is not found in the Bible--except to forbid it. 
   Yet proponents of it, go right on assuring their followers that it is perfectly OK to pursue an unbiblical spiritual activity.
   Contemplative prayer is an unbiblical spiritual activity, and it is not "perfectly OK," neither is it safe. So, if it is an unbiblical spiritual activity, what does that make it?
   The Holy Spirit certainly cannot be a part of any spiritual activity that is unbiblical. So, what spirit is behind it? There are only two choices.
  As for Bickle's statement about Protestants lacking resources. That is a blatant lie. Christians are not lacking in resources to help us understand more about relationship with our God. The written Word of God, the Holy Spirit of God, and the ministry gifts provided by our Creator give children of God all we need to walk in the fullness of God.
    It doesn’t get any simpler than that.
    There are no gifts like HIS gifts. Don’t fall for cheap, soul stealing, counterfeits.
    Heed the words of the apostle: "I fear lest by any means, as the serpent beguiled Eve through his subtlety so your minds should be corrupted from the simplicity which is in Christ (2 Corinthians 11:3)

Review: Mike Bickle on Contemplative Prayer (part-1)

 

Is God restoring contemplative prayer to the Church? 

Mike Bickle, director of the International House of Prayer (IHOP) in Kansas City, and a well-known leader in the Prophetic Movement, says he is.

Bickle also claims that contemplative prayer is a God-ordained means of entering into the fullness of God, and that the brightest lights in church history have been Roman Catholic mystics who lived during the dark ages. He went on to say the western church had much to learn from these mystics.

Anti-evangelical propaganda is prominent throughout his message. He informs his followers that they are constantly being put on the defensive by, and apologizing to, evangelical Christians for their intensity toward God by saying “Other Christians force us to hide our intensity—to wear a façade. “…even believers in Jesus…are made uncomfortable and intimidated by our spiritual intensity.”

However, he comforts them with the good news that they don’t “have to wear any façade” when they got together in little oasis’ “like this” (meaning his and other prophetic meetings). He continued his barrage against evangelicals by saying, “They don’t grasp it at all—being introduced into the deep realms of love.”

He claims the church of the western world has abandoned its inheritance to have the fullness of God (through contemplative prayer).

Bickle freely admits to pursuing eastern religious philosophies and had nothing but criticism for the Western Evangelical Church.

According to him, evangelical Christians are a pathetic and ignorant bunch. He says of us:
  •  “The Protestant wing of the western church, which is a tiny percentage of the Body of Christ…, is nearly completely (98%) unaware that the Holy Spirit is restoring contemplative prayer—center stage—to the church… The Holy Spirit is restoring this precious jewel (contemplative prayer) to the body of Christ. This is the God ordained means of attaining the fullness of God.” audio message Comtempolative Prayer pt1 by Mike Bickle

He quotes from the contemplatives (his word for mystics) and teaches from the Sacred Pathways (which promotes the carrying of symbols or icons, choosing a mantra, and visualizing God). Each one of these things is contradictory to the Word of God, which forbids imagery and vain repetitions in prayer.

He insists we need to study the lives and writings of the Roman Catholic mystics, and because the bookstore chain of Barnes and Nobles has carried so many books in this regard, he says (in all earnestness) that B & N is prophesying to the church that we need the mystics, and he wants to know why the church isn’t picking up on the fact that God is calling the entire Body of Christ to live lifestyles of contemplative prayer?

Below are quotes from Mike Bickle about contemplative prayer:
  • “Every one in the Body Of Christ is called to live lives of contemplative prayer...”
  • “Everybody is called to live in the contemplative lifestyle. Everyone! Everyone! Everyone! That’s one of the great strongholds we have to overcome (resistance to contemplative prayer).
  • “…contemplative prayer, you gotta get over that hurdle! Barnes & Noble is prophesying it! 
  • Hurtle one we gotta understand it’s for everybody! Everybody is called to the fullness (contemplative prayer). We’re all going to go into this thing!”audio message Comtempolative Prayer pt1 by Mike Bickle

Another hindrance to contemplative prayer, says Bickle, is that we need to dismantle (“we” meaning evangelical Christianity) the idea that church history began with Martin Luther (I wasn’t aware we had that idea until he informed me of it).

Bickle says the most inspiring light in all of Christianity came from the Roman Catholic mystics during the dark ages. Below are quotes from Bickle on the mystics:
  • “mystics is a legitimate term...  I don’t want to fight the war…so I’m just saying contemplative prayer, but I mean the mystics—even here at IHOP I say, lets just stay with contemplatives …I don’t have time to argue… so I call them  the contemplatives…. I don’t want to go into the semantics, the debates…so, I’m calling it the contemplatives… I don’t have time to argue… but I need the mystics.”
  • “[They are] Some of the brightest lights in all of history… there has been the brightest lights in all history for men and women of abandonment in the dark ages… somewhere we have to say the dark ages were the luminaries in the grace of God…they were Catholic priests.”
  • “…a study of the lives of the mystics, the contemplatives, through history, and clearly the most inspiring, compelling examples of history, in my world, have come out of the Catholic dark ages. I can’t find anything like it in modern times, in America, in the protestant world.”
  • “…we need a little Holy Spirit catalytic jump start. We need to see where a few have gone before us, and say if they did we can, and we can go further… and if you’re going to go deep into that well, I’m sad to say, the vast majority of them are going to have Catholic roots in history.”audio message Contemplative Prayer part 1 by Mike Bickle

Bickle minimized the violence of middle age Roman Catholicism by saying, “But didn’t Catholics do some funny things…? Well, when you stand before the Lord you’ll find out you did some funny things too.”

Bickle heavily promotes Bernard Clairvou, who he falsely claims was a quiet little monk who only wanted to "stay in his hermitage, praying and reading The Song of Solomon." He is clearly impressed with Clairvou’s healing ministry but leaves out the part where Clairvou traveled extensively as a major instigator of the second crusade. He says, “Bernard Clairvou became my most inspiring life outside the Bible.”

The writings of Father Thomas Keating (the modern-day Father of contemplative prayer) are also promoted.

Bickle says these two men are examples, for us, of “a way to a deeper life in God.” He went on to say, “The protestant world is in great need of examples (like these) that will beckon us to the fullness of God.” --audio message Contemplative Prayer, part 1, by Mike Bickle

Mike Bickle detracts from the Bible and leading of the Holy Spirit (which is always according to what has already been written--Isaiah 8:20) by telling the Body of Christ that we need new light because we are woefully deficient in having lost God’s fullness and need to look to New Age Eastern philosophy and to Roman Catholic mystics as examples in how to restore it.

And his advice to questioning, spiritually languishing and anguishing souls (who didn’t know their real problem was that they wanted more of God—until he told them so) is this, “Don’t evaluate yourself, don’t evaluate others. Just keep going after it.” audio message Contemplative Prayer, part 1, by Mike Bickle

In plain language that means don’t read or listen to anything discerningly or analytically. Don’t pay attention to scripture, which directs believers to question and judge all things according to the Word of God. Bickle's advice is don't pay attention to anything or anybody—not even to your own inner conviction. Just go with what feels right. 

How does that jive with the psalmist who wrote, "Search my heart O God and test my thoughts…? How does it line up with the verse, “There is a way that feels right…?”

Bickle Quotes are taken from the audio teachings of Mike Bickle on Contemplative Prayer at: http://mikebickleteachings.blogspot.com

Read PART TWO

For a Biblical view of contemplative prayer see: http://www.lighthousetrailsresearch.com/keating.htm

Peace that surpasses all understanding


  Our Savior experienced everything we do, yet he did not allow the burdens of the world to crush him. He fully understood--firsthand--our frailty and fears. Yet he walked in perfect rest and peace.  

He fully understood that the fate he chose for himself [at his first coming] was going to be horrific (Luke 9:22-26). But he chose to endure it for our sakes, for the glory, victory, and LIFE that would follow. 

He knew his agony would overcome evil and death. He embraced the pain and suffering of crucifixion with a mind-boggling peace and joy, thinking of others to the last moment (Father forgive them....). 

Jesus passed his victory to his followers when he said, "My peace I give thee...," when he called us to himself, saying, "Come unto me all ye that labor...Learn of me...and I will give you rest."


 Jocelyn Andersen is a domestic violence survivor. She is a Bible teacher who writes and speaks about many subjects including Bible prophecy and equality of the sexes. She is best known for her advocacy in domestic violence awareness. Her book, Woman Submit! Christians & Domestic Violence
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Jesus Challenges "Male Scribes Only" Policy

 Jesus Friend of Women: Challenges "Male Scribes Only" Policy

Matthew 13:52 ...all scribes instructed in the Kingdom of Heaven are similar to those oikodespotēs  [home rulers] who bring forth out of their treasures new and old


[1] In comparing scribes to householders [oikodespotēs], using a word translated from a Greek noun that literally means “home ruler” (oiko=home & despotēs=ruler), Jesus challenged the idea that only men could be trained as scribes. 

The term, oikodespotēs, is not limited to males only. In 1 Timothy 5:14, The word oikodespoteō (the same word as oikodespotēs, only in verb form) is used of women, where they are commanded to be “home rulers.” Though the word oikodespotēs is classified as a masculine noun, usage shows it to be a neuter noun.  
-- Excerpt from the Hungry Hearts Online Bible Commentary HHBC

 Woman this is WAR! Gender Slavery and the Evangelical Castes System, examines male-centered Bible translation, commentary, and discriminatory mis-definition of biblical words, all of which adversely affect understanding of the scriptures, relations between women and men, happiness of men and women, and hinders the work of the gospel.

Matthew 25:1-13 The Midnight Cry: Evidence of a Pre-Trib Rapture


"And at midnight, there was a cry made, Behold the Bridegroom cometh: go ye out to meet him...and they that were ready, went in with him to The Marriage, and the door was shut...Watch therefore, for ye know neither the day nor the hour the Son of Man comes Matthew 25:1-13."

“And The Virgins, her companions that follow her shall be brought unto thee Psalm 45:14-15.”
   In Matthew 25:1-13, it is obvious who the Bridegroom is. The text plainly says the Bridegroom is the Son of ManJesus Matthew 25:10-13. The context also makes it clear that The Virgins to whom the Midnight Cry is being made Matthew 25:6-7... are not The Bride.
   So the question remains, Who are The Virgins?
   This writer believes The Virgins do not represent the Bride of Christ--The Church--but are rather the companions of The Bride we read about in Psalm 45:14. 
   The companions of The Bride are those who will come to Christ during The Great Tribulation, and just as Old Covenant believers are not part of that special group saved during the Age of Grace, known as The Body of Christ, neither are those who come to Christ during the Time of Jacob's Trouble [also known as The Great Tribulation]. 
   It is generally taught that the “Midnight Cry” of Matthew Twenty-five is synonymous with "The Shout" in 1 Thessalonians 4:16 where Jesus descends from Heaven to raise the dead and snatch up the living.
   But this is not the case.
   The Midnight Cry, in Matthew Twenty-five, is not being made for the Bride of Christ. 
    Jesus is not a polygamous husband. 
   He has only one Bride, and he cleaves only to her. Matthew twenty-five speaks of multiple virgins, so, these cannot be God’s Bride. These  virgins are the bride’s companions, those who follow after her. We read about them in Psalms 45:14-15.
   Prophecy reveals that the King Christ will bring his Queen the Bride of Christ into his palace Which is being prepared for us in Heaven (John 14:2). When it is time for the wedding to take place, the Companions of the Bride will be brought to the King as well 1 Thessalonians, 4:16-18, Psalm 45:14, Matthew 25:6-13. These virgins are the Companions of the Bride.
   Jesus is coming for his Bride...and he is coming for her companions as well—but not for both at the same time.
   Look closely at what Jesus said concerning his coming, “...as in the days of Noah...so shall also the coming of the Son of Man be Matthew 24:37-39. Just as he brought Noah and his family into the ark before judgment fell in the form of the flood, the Son of Man is coming for his Bride before he comes back to earth to judge a world that hates him.
   As in the days of Noah....
   It is wise not to disregard the repeated references our Lord makes to "the Days of Noah." That statement is multi-faceted and rich—referring to much more than simply the sinful, carefree lifestyles Noah's contemporaries lived, even as devastating judgment bore down upon them.
  We must be careful to observe that in the days of Noah, the righteous were brought into the ark of safety before judgment came. We must also note that the door to that ark remained open for seven days...ostensibly, others could have come on board during that time. It was entirely their choice not to do so Genesis 7:1-10.
   At midnight a cry was made....
   After The Bridegroom (Jesus) comes for his Bride, the door to the ark—as in the days of Noah—will remain open for a short time. This is so The Virgins, the Companions of the Bride, who will follow after her Psalms 45:14-15, can also be brought in to the King.
   The Word of God is specific about every word in scripture being pure and good for reproof, rebuke, exhortation, and instruction in righteousness...every word. That is why we pay close attention to the words Jesus used, words like, “as in the Days of Noah,” and “Midnight.”
   Midnight means "halfway through the night."
   In John 9:4, Jesus said he must work the works of him that sent him while it is Day. For "The Night” was coming in which no one could work.
   In this passage, Jesus made references to Light, Day, and Night that provide us with insight into the pre-appointed times and seasons Yahweh holds in his hand. It is in John 9:4, that Jesus defines the word "Midnight" for us.
   The “Night,” Jesus refers to, is the calamitous Night of Wrath and Judgment that he predicted will come on all who dwell upon the face of the earth. In Luke 21:35, Jesus called it a snare and warned each individual to pray that they would be counted worthy to escape all of the devastation that would be coming upon the inhabitants of earth.
   Jesus went on to say that he was the Light of the World and that he would continue to be the Light of the World as long as he was in the world John 9:5. When Jesus is no longer in the world (kosmos in the Greek), the inhabitants of the kosmos will find themselves trapped in the season he calls Night.
   So, has the Night already come? The time when Jesus said no one can work? If that is the case, then why are those who name the name of Christ working right now?
   It is because he is here, isn't it?
   Jesus is still in the kosmos, because he dwells within all who belong to him. Our bodies are his temple. And because of this, Jesus said that his followers are also the Light of the World Matthew 5:14-16.
   Isn’t that amazing?
   It is still Day. Jesus is still working in the kosmos through those whose bodies are his dwelling place here on earth and through those he called "The Salt of the Earth."
   So, when will "Night" begin?
   “Night” will begin when the Light of the World and the The Salt of the Earth exits the kosmos at the Resurrection of the Dead in Christ and the Snatching up of those In Him who are alive and remain.
   Jesus entered the kosmos when he was born of a virgin Hebrews 1:6. He remains in the kosmos because he lives in those who belong to him John 14:16-18, and he will leave the kosmos when he "descends from Heaven with a shout," to raise the dead and catch up the living bodies of all who are "in Him"—His Body. His Bride 1 Thessalonians 4:16-18, 1 Corinthians 15:51-52, Romans 8:23, 2 Thessalonians 2:6-7.
   After all those whose bodies are his temple have been brought to the King, Jesus will no longer be in the kosmos in the way he described in John 9:4-5. And by his own definition, the season he called Night, will have officially begun.
   So, when is midnight?
   Midnight is halfway through the Night—which Jesus said would begin the moment he was no longer in the world—that means, that by Midnight, his Holy Spirit indwelled Bride will have been absent from the kosmos for the same length of time that Jesus has been absent from the kosmos John 9:4-5, Matthew 5:14-16,1 Thessalonians 4:16-18, 2 Thessalonians 2:6-7.
    But the exodus of The Bride of Christ does not signify the end.
   At the mid-way point, half-way through the Night—Midnight—Jesus says a cry will be made. This cry is being made to The Virgins. These virgins will come to Christ after the Bride is caught out at resurrection and catching up,. They will be unbelievers "left behind" at the time of the Rapture, but will come to Christ afterwards and be Redeemed out of the Time of Jacob’s Trouble at [or just before] its inauguration, which will be heralded by the appearance of the Abomination of Desolation [spoken of by Daniel] being set up in the holy place. This will be The Man of Sin demanding worship for himself as God in God's Holy of Holies Matthew 13:13, Matthew 24:15 John 3:29, Revelation 14:1-4, 7:4.
   An open door will remain for a time for those who are ready, and Jesus said they will here the call--The Cry that comes at MIDNIGHT, and the Companions of The Bride will join the marriage party, and then, like in the Days of Noah, the door will be shut Psalm 45:14, Matthew 25:6-13, Genesis 7:16.
   Jesus is coming for his Bride. And he is coming for her before the Night begins. 
   When he returns to earth at the Battle of Armageddon, His wife will be coming out of Heaven with him. The Virgins, her Companions, will be returning with him as well. And After that, a marriage feast—the likes of which this world has never seen—will be held here on earth Matthew 22.
   
You do not want to miss it.

   If you haven’t received one yet, consider this your invitation to the wedding. It will be the biggest event of the universe—Ever. Romans 10:9-10,13 tells how to send your RSVP. Better look it up in a King James Bible though. Other versions tamper with the directions.

 The book, Redemption: Bible Prophecy Simplified, presents us with a panoramic and chronological overview of God's plan of redemption for our souls, bodies, and this earth as revealed in scripture. The day The Towers Fell was prophesied in the Bible. The basket of currency connected with the Euro is found in the Bible. Details concerning the Rapture, The Great Tribulation, and the first 1000 years of Christ’s reign on earth are looked at from the unique perspective of the seven prophetic feasts of the Lord found in the book of Exodus. Bible Prophecy Simplified is simple enough for beginning prophecy students, but there is plenty to intrigue intermediate and advanced students as well. The Bible reveals methods the antichrist will use in his rise to power and the location of his home base.

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