The Hour of Temptation

I’ve dug in and wrote the study, “The Hour of Temptation”, to further seat in my heart and mind what the Bible says about end-times.

Times are getting more confusing—I don’t want understand erroneously, or “spin” what I do understand, to appease my discomfort of facing tribulation(s)… and to discern if what others say is under pretense because of fear.

To download the pdf of “The Hour of Temptation”… click here.

Some excerpts from The Hour of Temptation…

I guess you could say… I’m a “trumper”…

Is it important to know when Jesus Christ will return…

If we don’t understand these things, will we be gullible for going after…

Are these some examples of the false christs over there we’re to be aware of to avoid?  Is this why it’s crucial to understand…

The hour of temptation and the hour to reap…

On patterns…

A deeper look into the 7th

The Cross… unless those days…

…I also ask this in context of… was the Cross… the 3 days in the heart of the Earth… a tribulation for Jesus (Isaiah 53)?

For us… it is finished… was proclaimed at the Cross… but we still have to face the darkness of the tribulations of this world… the grave… or the Tribulation period at the end-of-this-age… before we see the Light of the brightness of Jesus Christ’s second coming.

In other words, is… it is finished… followed by darkness before the light comes—that the Saints are saved, being saved, and will be saved?

Again, does the 7th point to the 8th… the final resolve? 

I’ve belabored this point to surface so much evidence… that it becomes more difficult to attempt to wiggle out of my aversion to trial and tribulation… and to squelch the appetite for power, prominence, and prestige offered by this world.

The Event…

The storm clouds must first build for the storm to happen… that causes…

Will the event break us…

Or…

Will the Lord keep us so the event will make us?

1 Samuel 15:22 And Samuel said, Hath the Lord as great delight in burnt offerings and sacrifices, as in obeying the voice of the Lord? Behold, to obey is better than sacrifice, and to hearken than the fat of rams.23 For rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft, and stubbornness is as iniquity and idolatry. Because thou hast rejected the word of the Lord, he hath also rejected thee from being king.