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A Hezekiah/Manasseh Co-regency?

Posted on 30 October 2015

  If you have a copy of Mr. Camping’s little book called The Perfect Harmony of the Numbers of the Hebrew Kings, or his Biblical Calendar of History, or his book Time Has An End, you’ll find that he gives the following dates for the reigns of Hezekiah and Manasseh:   Hezekiah:                715 BC – […]

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Adults and Children – Not So Different

Posted on 30 April 2015

  As a child, I perceived adults to be knowledgeable, mature, and responsible.  To me, they usually appeared to be purposeful and in control.  Five decades later, I realize that my childhood perceptions could not have been further from the truth.   As many who are familiar with this website are aware, I officiate several […]

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430 Years in Egypt?

Posted on 31 March 2015

  It’s a well-known story.  The children of Israel went down to Egypt to survive.  Thanks to a wise ruler there named Joseph, Egypt had food; but there wasn’t enough food anywhere else after two years of a famine that would eventually last for seven years.   In a way that only God could have […]

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The Actual Date of Christmas Day

Posted on 24 December 2014

The Timeline Continues to the New Testament – The Birth of the Lord   The next major event we will consider is the birth of the Lord Jesus.  Our modern calendar uses the Anno Domini method of designating the current year.  These words, abbreviated as A.D., mean “year of the Lord” in Latin and refer […]

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Riding The Timeline Through Jacob’s Amazing Prophecies

Posted on 05 August 2014

  Near the end of the book of Genesis, there are some amazing prophecies involving Jacob’s sons.  We will see that these prophecies actually reveal a great deal of information about God’s salvation plan; but before examining the prophecies, it helps to review some information that Genesis provides about the 12 men whose descendants became […]

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A Deathbed Prophecy and 200 Million Horsemen

Posted on 21 May 2014

And the number of the army of the horsemen were two hundred thousand thousand: and I heard the number of them.  Revelation 9:16   If you were a Family Radio listener in the months preceding May of 2011, you most likely heard Mr. Camping discuss the number found in Revelation 9:16: two hundred thousand thousand.  […]

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The Mysterious Period Described in Ecclesiastes 12

Posted on 30 March 2014

    In Ecclesiastes 12, God describes a very mysterious period of time.  The chapter begins with the following verse, Ecclesiastes 12:1:   Remember now thy Creator in the days of thy youth, while the evil days come not, nor the years draw nigh, when thou shalt say, I have no pleasure in them;   […]

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Your Last Christmas

Posted on 14 December 2013

  For Christians, Christmas is often the happiest time of the year – particularly, for children.  With “visions of sugar plums dancing in their heads,” children eagerly await the day and Santa’s visit.  The experience of the sheer joy and love of those seasons past lives with many of us our entire lives, regardless the […]

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On Life and Giving Thanks

Posted on 24 November 2013

  The natural world exhibits an order that belies its evolution out of chaos.  Yet, millennia after its creation, we on earth still ponder and debate fundamental questions.  Which came first – the chicken or the egg?  When does life begin?  And, when does it end?  These and other questions still defy definitive explanations.   […]

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The Unprofitable Servant

Posted on 31 August 2013

  If you’re learning just now that the Bible mentions an unprofitable servant, you might guess that this servant comes to a bad end.  And you would be right – but only half right.  The Bible actually tells us about two different types of unprofitable servants.  We will see that their situations are very different. […]

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