Ayo is a determined blogger striving to use his insights and God given talents to share the Gospel. Through his blog, he aspires to point skeptics of the bible to the truth of the Gospel using apologetics. His goal is to also inform others - both believer and non-believer - regarding the times we're living in preceding the Lord's soon return, through the study of prophecy. He hopes to both inform his readers with facts, equip them with tools to communicate the Gospel, and offer hope and encouragement through God's Word.
In this episode, we share some more thoughts on the gap after the rapture and begin talking about some events that may take place in the first half of the tribulation. This discussion included the formation of a global religion and government and an overview of the first 5 seals.
In this episode we will focus on the warning Jesus gave Ephesus. We will examine why Jesus needs to be our foundation guided by the Holy Spirit through the truth of God's word. Through the warning Jesus gave the church of Ephesus, we can understand how the church is to live up to its role of being a light in the darkness. It needs to be a burning lamp, never hiding the truth, or it will be removed by Jesus Himself.
In this episode, we went over censorship by Google, Mastercard’s CBDC initiative, 14 US cities supporting bans on food and private vehicles, Saudi Arabia wanting to replace Jordan as custodians of the Temple Mount, a calendar for the 3rd temple created by an Israeli girl, UAPs (UFOs), restaurant chains going cashless, and Bill Gates’ support of a digital ID for every human being.
Bible prophecy reminds us that God is sovereign over the affairs of man and that He is good and we can see this through His promises noted to us and how He will write every wrong one day. It motivates us to live holy lives now, sets our priorities, gives us hope, encourages us to love, and by reminding us that time's short, it gives us the urgency to share the gospel while we still have time.
In this episode, we focused on the Russian coup, the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) goal towards a global CBDC, and AI being used to "preach" a sermon at a church in Germany.
Many Christians including myself believe we’re in the “end times” but what does this really mean? The bible tells us there’s a future 7 year period of time known as the tribulation that will be the climax of human history. What is the tribulation and is it closer than we might think? The second part of this study focuses on what will transpire during the tribulation, how we know it's near, and how to escape the coming tribulation.
A sharp increase in antisemitism and Christian persecution worldwide, a growing digital currency race, and the push for globalism. The increase in lawlessness in the US and stage setting in the Middle East. Advancement of technology and an increasing call for the third temple. More eyes brought to the subject of UFOs and the secular world echoing the fact that natural disasters are increasing in frequency and intensity. Here are some of what I believe to be the most prophetically significant issues of 2021.
Many Christians including myself believe we're in the "end times" but what does this really mean? The bible tells us there's a future 7 year period of time known as the tribulation that will be the climax of human history. What is the tribulation and is it closer than we might think? The first part of this study is an introduction to the tribulation, how it starts, and its purpose.
To have an understanding of the rapture, it's essential to also understand the purpose of the tribulation as well as who it's for. The tribulation is also known as "Daniel's 70th week" and "Jacob's Trouble". It's a time meant for the salvation of the Jewish nation - Israel. Learn how understanding who the tribulation is for helps us relate it to the rapture.
Most people have heard of the word "rapture" and have a general understanding that it's a belief Christians hold, being at one point in time, all Christians will be taken off the face of the earth before the "end of the world". To the skeptic, this is one of many "fairy tales" the bible contains, but to the Christian, it's our "blessed hope". However, is the rapture this simple as there are 4 varying views on its timing. Which one is right and what are some key ideas in the bible that references this hope?