It has been rightly and accurately taught by some, if not many, that Bible scripture has at least three levels of interpretation.  Basically, those three aspects include the past, present and future – the primary, practical and prophetic.  So it is with the ancient Tabernacle of Moses. In Biblical prophecy, symbolism is used to literally represent people or things.  For example, a lamb can represent Christ (Revelation 5:5-7), a serpent commonly symbolizes Satan (Revelation 12:9) and a horn on a beast can represent a king or a kingdom (Revelation 17:12).  Through prophetic symbolism, the Bible interprets itself.  The Old Testament is full of symbolism, along with the prophetic books of Daniel and Revelation.  Daniel and Revelation deal with the time of the end and contain many prophecies to be fulfilled in the time before Christ’s return.  The Tabernacle of Moses is one such symbol.  This particular symbol represents God dwelling among his people.  In this study, I wish to take you back to the Garden of Eden – to Adam’s fall and God’s remedy.  From that point, we will move through history as we walk through the Tabernacle four times; once to review it’s memorial of the past; a second time to note it’s practical (present) use in the days of the Old Testament; and a third time to view the fulfillment of it’s prophetic implications in the New Testament and beyond … which includes it’s stunning fourth dimensional and very visible connection to the United States of America. Continue reading “AMERICA AND A PROPHETIC FOUR DIMENSIONAL TRIP THROUGH THE TABERNACLE OF MOSES”



As the first century drew toward a close, the last remaining apostle was exiled to a Roman penal colony in the Aegean Sea.  John was imprisoned on the Island of Patmos because of his teachings concerning the “word of God, and the testimony of Jesus Christ …

I John, who also am your brother, and companion in tribulation, and in the kingdom and patience of Jesus Christ, was in the isle that is called Patmos, for the word of God, and for the testimony of Jesus Christ” (Revelation 1:9).

The “word of God” to which he referred may not simply have been his faith in the existing divinely inspired collection of writings, but rather his continual public preaching about certain mystical conversations he was having with an unseen angelic presence.  Continue reading “REVELATION RIPPED OPEN: THE DIVINE MARK OF AUTHENTICITY”


“For Christ also hath once suffered for sins, the just for the unjust, that he might bring us to God, being put to death in the flesh, but quickened by the Spirit: By which also he went and preached unto the spirits in prison (1 Peter 3:18-19).

Myths, legends and modern stories all testify that upon this earth, there were once powerful and evil super-human beings who took great pleasure in tormenting mankind.  They were the old gods of tradition and folklore … Zeus, Apollo and their ilk.  Were they merely figments of human imagination, or were they real?  Are these the entities the Bible identifies as fallen angels masquerading as “gods” to the ancients?  Many Christians and people in general do not want to believe that these demigods of old were real.  With the development of the early church, pagan deities faded into the forgotten pages of folklore.  Yet, the Bible refers to the “sons of God,” “fallen angels” and other demonic creatures who once tried to subvert humanity.  They perfectly fit the description of the old demigods.  The Bible reveals that they are now locked up and restrained in a place called “Tartarus”Continue reading “RAISING HELL WITH CERN AND SATURN”


“Wherefore also it is contained in the scripture, Behold, I lay in Sion a chief corner stone, elect, precious : and he that believeth on him shall not be confounded.  Unto you therefore which believe he is precious: but unto them which be disobedient, the stone which the builders disallowed, the same is made the head of the corner, And a stone of stumbling, and a rock of offence, even to them which stumble at the word, being disobedient: whereunto also they were appointed.” (1 Peter 2:6-8).

The prophecies of Jesus and the Rock of our faith, and the stone cut out without hands are well known.  They are typical of the foundations and footholds of faith.  Hundreds of biblical references depict the Lord’s building program of the ages that will one day establish the 1,000-year millennial kingdom reign of Christ on Earth (see links below).

They are also closely associated with the ages-long warfare between God and Satan.  In another article titled “ALIEN ABDUCTION:  THE HORRIFYING TRUTH,” the subject of UFO abduction and the grave possibility that we are living in yet another age of human corruption was dealt with (see link below).

Before the flood of Noah, the dark angels genetically corrupted mankind to the point that God moved forth to eliminate their progeny.  In this article, a curious detail that is found among the prophecies of Daniel will be explored.  It emphasizes the truth of this scenario.  We shall see that, as a symbol, the rock is connected to a specific prophecy in which the forces of Satan attempt to corrupt humanity before Christ’s return. Continue reading “PROPHECY IN ROCK, STONE AND CLAY”


The Old Testament prophets were called upon in times of national apostasy.  They were the evangelists chosen to bring revival to the nation.  They were patriots who spoke on behalf of God to the heart and conscience of the people.  Their message was twofold: it was for the people of their day as they called for repentance, but also presented God’s divine plan and purpose for their future.  Continue reading “ISAIAH CHRONICLES THE END TIMES – TIMING OF DAMASCUS DESTRUCTION SOLVED”


“For then shall be great tribulation, such as was not since the beginning of the world to this time, no, nor ever shall be” (Matthew 24:21).

There is an important and ongoing discussion in prophetic circles today.  It is preoccupied with the length of the period known as the “great tribulation.”  Does the Tribulation have a seven year duration, or does it only last three-and-a-half years?  It is often argued that the numerous references to “a time, times and a half,” “a thousand, two hundred and sixty days,” forty two months,” will only support a three-and-half year Tribulation.  These, they say, constitute proof that this period is only half of the traditionally-mentioned seven years.  For several reasons, it is biblically correct to still hold to the traditional teaching that the actual Tribulation is a full seven years in length. Continue reading “THE TRIBULATION LENGTH CONTROVERSY”


“And the third day there was a marriage in Cana of Galilee; and the mother of Jesus was there: And both Jesus was called, and his disciples, to the marriage.  And when they wanted wine, the mother of Jesus saith unto him, They have no wine.  Jesus saith unto her, Woman, what have I to do with thee? mine hour is not yet come” (John 2:1-4).

It has been said that the term “hour” from John chapter 2 refers to an epic historical event which was scheduled before the foundation of the world was laid.  It has profound prophetic significance.  Continue reading “THE APPOINTED “HOUR””


Back in the 1980s, the late J.R. Church discovered that the psalms seem to have been encoded with allusions to modern events that happened in the specific year according to the number of the psalm. The Psalms also seem to tell the story of the Jews and their return to the Promised land in this century.  Going back through modern history, one can see that this is the case. The Psalms are positioned as the 19th book in our Bible.  Book 19, chapter 48 tells the story of Israel’s re-birth in 1948.  Continue reading “DATE APPEARS IN PSALMS: IS IT BY DIVINE DESIGN?”


The Holy Spirit sent a very special message through the Apostle John.  His Gospel, based on Passover, introduces Christ as the sacrificial Lamb and as deity, equal in ever way with God the Father.  John also wrote the book of Revelation.  It is based on Rosh Hashana, and shows the glorified Christ functioning as High Priest during the days of Awe.  Between these two magnificent books lie John’s three small epistles, each carrying it’s own special and unique message.  Four times, 1st and 2nd John introduce the Antichrist by name.  Taken in order, these five books – the Gospel of John, the epistles of 1st, 2nd and 3rd John and Revelation – present a flesh-and-blood picture of Christ’s opposite, the Antichrist.  They present him in type, personality, philosophy and theology.  Together, they bring a depth and detail to the Antichrist’s story that is found nowhere else in scripture.  The structural synchronicity between John and Revelation is breathtaking.  Chapter by chapter, the two books follow a similar systematic course, as they cover a series of topics related to redemption and judgment as revealed in part 1 of this article (link below). Continue reading “DUPLICATIONS OF DESIGN BETWEEN JOHN AND REVELATION 2: JOHN’S THREE VIEWS OF THE ANTICHRIST”

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