I was taught tons of Biblical book knowledge growing up, but not too much of the reason behind it.
In 2011 I started having incredibly vivid dreams alongside an overwhelming feeling that the world was going through ground shaking changes that would shatter how many of us saw the world…
2011 not only marked a dramatic shift in the world’s systems and an earthquake that shook the world off of its axis, literally, it also seems to have marked the beginning of an era that has witnessed a dramatic uptick in fulfillment of Biblical prophecy and an unlocking of Biblical knowledge. Quite a few people seem to have ‘woken up’ to what was going on in the world that year.
Those events marked the beginning of a desire to know Christ, to understand the Bible, and to know what was truly going on in the world. This site is a place for me to share things that are put on my heart, hoping they reach someone somewhere.
eye opening statistics
Christianity around the world
An surprisingly large percentage of people are curious about how what the Bible says and open to learning more, but the Church is doing a terrible job at bringing in those people.
In 2 Timothy 4 we read about a time where churches will stop preaching the gospel and start preaching nonsense. Today, we see churches teaching all sorts of nonsensical doctrines and fables just as that passage prophesied. Some preach evolution, others say we are currently in the millennial reign. Other churches worship idols and people in titles, while still others try to say the Bible cannot be taken literally, that entire sections are invalid, or that the Bible has inaccuracies.
The Bible is trustworthy
There has been nothing written in the Bible that has been proven wrong. People often confuse a supposed lack of evidence as being evidence of being inaccurate.
That standard isn’t applied anywhere else, and I do not intend to let it stand when it comes to Christianity.
‘The Bible is an integrated message, written over thousands of years, with all sorts of proofs contained within.’ – Loose paraphrase of the late Chuck Missler