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Palm Sunday Surprise: The Unexpected King

Chuck Missler takes a look at Jesus' triumphal entry in Jerusalem, and the many prophetic symbology and foretelling tied in with this event.

A Milestone in History: A Halloween Tale

Carol Loeffler examines the humble beginnings of the Protestant Reformation that changed the course of history. Also how we can each experience our own Reformation by renewed faith in Christ!

Our National Challenge: Thanksgiving

Chuck Missler explores the roots of our Thanksgiving, and poses a renewed challenge for our nation today.

A Christmas Issue: Why a Virgin Birth?

Chuck Missler examines the Biblical roots and reasons behind the Virgin Birth of Jesus Christ. Was this event foretold in the Old Testament (the Torah)? Come find out!

Written in Blood: The Ultimate Valentine

Chuck Missler examines the historical roots of the Crucifixion, as well of the prophetic foretellings regarding His Second Coming

A Christmas Anticipation Who Were the Magi?

Chuck Missler discusses the identity and Medo-Persian history of the Magi - whose gifts of gold, frankincence, and myrrh announced Jesus as King of the Jews, according to the messianic prophecies of Daniel.

A Christmas Promise: The Scepter of Judah

Chuck Missler examines many of the prophetic events in the Old Testament heralding the coming of a Savior.

A Halloween Tale: Consulting the Witch at Endor

Chuck Missler tells the fatal story of King Saul's visiting the Witch at Endor and considers different views regarding the tale's events.

Christmas Traditions: The Feast of Stephen

John Loeffler takes an in-depth look at how the traditions and religious observances surrounding Christmas (Christ's Mass) came into being.

A Brazen Epitaph: Nehustan

Nehustan, the brazen serpent raised on a pole, is distinctive in that the Lord Jesus Christ applied it to himself - a strange emblem for the Savior of mankind.

A Textual Surprise: The Empty Tomb

Even though Chuck is skeptical regarding most 'traditional' sites in Israel, he argues that the 'Garden Tomb' could likely be the very spot where Jesus was buried and resurrected.

The Garden Tomb Association: Tomb for Sale

Communion at the Garden Tomb is one of the highest points about visiting Israel, and it may actually be the tomb where Jesus was buried. But, as the present crisis continues, the Garden Tomb Association needs financial support to maintain the site.

Halloween: An Invitation to the Occult?

Holloween can be a dangerous time for some, since many of the seemingly

A Christmas Surprise: Who Were the Magi?

Chuck Missler discusses the identity and Medo-Persian history of the Magi - whose gifts of gold, frankincence, and myrrh announced Jesus as King of the Jews, according to the messianic prophecies of Daniel.

An Easter Devotional: The Scarlet Thread

We are the recipients of the Ultimate Valentine. It was written in blood on a wooden cross erected in Judea almost 2,000 years ago.

Our National Challenge Thanksgiving

Chuck Missler reviews the origin of our unique national holiday and challenges our Christian stewardship concerning the precious heritage that is slowly being stripped away by the enemies of our Republic.

Seasonal Favorites: The Origins of our Christmas Traditions

It is disturbing to discover that much of what we have been taught about the Christmas season seems to be more tradition than truth.

A Halloween Tale: Consulting the Witch at Endor

Chuck examines the mystery surrounding the encounter between King Saul and the Witch of Endor

Fall Feasts of Israel: The Feasts of October

A Seasonal Assessment: Giving Thanks

Chuck examines the ''state of the union'', what we have to be thankful for and what the future might hold.

The ''New Testament'' Holiday: Happy Hanukkah

Chuck explores the historical and prophetic significance of Hanukkah

October 31 Remembrance: A Milestone in History

Chuck Missler examines the humble beginnings of the Protestant Reformation that changed the course of history. Also how we can each experience our own Reformation by renewed faith in Christ!

A Timely Study: The First Thanksgiving

Chuck Missler examines the roots of out Thanksgiving tradition, and shows how God was working in the lives of Indian and Pilgrim alike to preserve his faithful.

A Story of Bethlehem: The Kinsman-Redeemer

The book of Ruth, a traditional reading at harvest time during the Feast of Weeks (Shavuot), is a book of only four brief chapters that is both a classic love story and also an essential book of prophecy.

Traditional Myths: What Really Happened at ''Easter''?

A timely article offering some highlights on controversies surrounding Easter from Chuck's new briefing.

Celebrated Next Month The Feasts of Israel

Next month, our Jewish friends will celebrate the Fall Feasts of Israel, which take place during the first 15 days of Tishri on the Jewish calendar. This year, they all occur in the month of September.

The Dark Side of Halloween: The Lure of the Occult

Chuck Missler speaks on how, Halloween practices can open the door to the occult and can introduce forces into peoples lives that they are not equipped to combat.

Who Were the Magi? We Three Kings?

Who were the mysterious Magi?

A Christmas Devotional: The Deity of Christ

Chuck Missler gives a Christmas devotional on the Deity of Christ.

A Timely Study: Christ in the Passover

Chuck Missler answers the question, "Is Passover for Christians?"

Calling All Koinonos: A Fresh Look at the Holidays

Dan Stolebarger discusses the holidays.


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