Chuck Missler examines the historic traditions and prophetic implications behind the many Feasts of the Jewish faith. What significance do they have for us as Christians?
Chuck Missler examines the historical traditions behind the seven Jewish feasts, and how they tie rather amazing into both Old and New Testament prophecy!
Chuck Missler explores the legend of the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel, the Northern and Southern Kingdoms, and what they might mean to modern Israel.
Chuck Missler examines the many strange parallels between Old Testament prophecies, the feasts of Israel, the actual life of Jesus Christ, and end-times prophecy!
Chuck Missler explores how the timing and history of the many feasts of Israel foretold the coming of the Messiah, and may give us insights into the timing of his Second Coming!
Chuck Missler examines the significance of Tisha BAv (9th of Av) to the Jewish calendar, as well to its history of persecution. What significant future events might occur on this date? Find Out!
Chuck Missler describes the three Hebrew feasts celebrated in the autumn - Rosh Ha'Shanah, Yom Kippur, and Succoth - and considers some of their prophetic significance.
The holiday now known as Pentecost was originally the Hebrew feast of Shavuot - the Feast of Weeks. On this day in Acts 2 the Holy Spirit fell on believers and the Church was born.
Avi talks about fanatical Islam's invasion techniques and how they are being put into effect in Canada, the EU and in the U.S.
Join Chuck as he explores the meaning, both practical and prophetic, of the Fall Feasts of Israel.
Chuck examines both the history and destiny surrounding the temple and the 9th of Av
Chuck offers an excerpt from his new book, Prophecy 20/20, highlighting the nation Israel as a testimony to the supernatural origin of the Bible.
Chuck Missler, Israel, regathering
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Chuck Missler clarifies the difference between Israel and the Church
The seven feasts of Moses are not only commemorative historically as they are observed in Judaism, but every detail of these feasts are anticipatory of the person, mission and achievement of the Messiah.