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Prayer as Incense

by on May.31, 2009, under God is Love

Prayer as Incense
Prayer is compared in the Bible to incense. “Let
my prayer be counted as incense before thee,”
wrote the psalmist, and the angel who stood
before the altar with the golden censer in
Revelation 6 was given incense to mingle with the
prayers of the saints……..

Worship Pictures, Images and Photos

Words From: Elisabeth Elliot (old Newsletter) 🙂

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Israel/Iran/Syria War Study Estimate – This is a major writing

by on May.31, 2009, under End Times

The Omega Letter Intelligence Digest
Vol: 15 Issue: 4 – Monday, May 04, 2009
Jack Kinsella –

 YE Are My Witnesses. . .

Tomorrow Israeli President Shimon Peres will meet with President Barack Hussein Obama. Over the next four days, he will also hold meetings with Vice-President Joe Biden, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and UN Secretary General Ban ki-Moon.

The purpose of his trip is to find out if Israel is on its own when it comes to dealing with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

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The Book of ‘Allegory’?

by on May.31, 2009, under End Times

The Book of ‘Allegory’?
Prophecy – Signs
Friday, November 17, 2006
Jack KinsellaOmega Letter Editor  –

“And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.” (Revelation 13:16-17)

Take a moment with me to reflect on this prophecy, penned by the Apostle John sometime in the latter part of the 1st century. In John’s day, there were perhaps 200 million people living in the known world of the Roman Empire.

None of them had driver’s licenses. There was no such thing as an identity card. There was no central database containing the names and addresses of the Empire’s citizens. There was no central banking system in place. There was no global economy, no Federal Reserve, no paper scrip, and no way to track either the movement or the economic activity of the general population.

In John’s day, such strict governmental control was utterly impossible. It would be more than eighteen hundred years before any of the elements necessary to fulfill John’s prophecy were even dreamed of, let alone invented.

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The Rapture

by on May.31, 2009, under The Rapture

The Omega Letter Intelligence Digest
Vol: 15 Issue: 29 – Friday, May 29, 2009


On the Testimony of Three Witnesses. . .

There are at least five distinct views within the Church concerning when (or whether) the Lord will return for His Church in an event commonly called “The Rapture.”

The proponents for each view are all sincere, believing Christians who believe their interpretation is right to the exclusion of all others.

I understand and appreciate that more than a few of the members of our fellowship hold to different understandings of the Rapture and I respect their scholarship.

However, we know that things that are different cannot be the same. No matter how kindly or charitably one tries to frame it, while all are sincere, at least four of these views are sincerely wrong.

How can this be? Is not the same Holy Spirit guiding us all? How can there possibly be so many different understandings of the same doctrine?

If there are five different views of the Rapture, does that suggest the doctrine itself is weak?

In brief, the five views of the Rapture are as follows:

1. Pre-Tribulational: The Rapture of the Church takes place before the start of the Tribulation Period, defined as two consecutive periods of 1280 days each. (Daniel 7:25, 9:2712:7 Revelation 11:2, 11:3 12:6, 12:14, 13:5)

It begins with the revelation of the antichrist as the guarantor of Israel’s security with the confirmation of a seven year peace agreement.

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”The Things Which Shall Be Thereafter”

by on May.22, 2009, under God is Love

”The Things Which Shall Be Thereafter”
Thereafter What?
Commentary on the News
Friday, January 16, 2009
Jack Kinsella – Omega Letter Editor 

The Book of the Revelation was authored by the Apostle John on the island of Patmos off the coast of Greece sometime around the last decade of the 1st century.

John was the youngest of the Apostles, probably no more than fifteen or so during the Lord’s lifetime, and likely in His eighties at the time he penned the “Revelation of Jesus Christ” — for that is what the Book actually is.

Not the Revelation of John, but the Revelation of Jesus Christ to John the Apostle. John makes that clear from the start:

“The Revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave unto Him, to shew unto His servants things which must shortly come to pass; and He sent and signified it by His angel unto His servant John.” (Revelation 1:1)

The revelation was given to Jesus by the Father for the purpose of showing it to His servants, who later came to be called by His Name, “Christians.” The Apostle John is simply the recording device.

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