Some of these I have only skimmed the surface of, hoping that they’re at least “in the ball park” but they appear to be relatively stable. I’ve met folks, even christians, who get uncomfortable with talk about the end times. If we are in Christ, we have nothing to fear and our concern should be reaching the lost and ensuring that our hearts are stablished. Here are a few sites which talk of the end times. A would ask that if anyone finds something which is totally contrary to scripture, please point it out to me and I will remove it from this list. Some of these I’m familiar with but most of them I just found after a quick search. Some of these focus more on current events and how they fit into scripture while others focus primarily on scripture. Here it goes.
www.endtime.com (Erwin Baxter)
www.handofhelp.com/index.php Dimitri Duduman / Michael Bouldea
www.endtimepilgrim.org (Gavin Finney)
www.trunews.com (News events of prophetic significance)
www.kingdomoflight.org (some of the stuff on here is questionable but some is good)
www.whatdoesitmean.com (Lots of news stories but caution is a must on this one)
These really must be read with discernment. I was just checking to make sure that all of them go to the right place. One site, after reading a little, turned out to be a Jehovahs Witness site and was promptly removed. (Would have generated a few comments but was blatently deceptive) I ask that any of them be read prayerfully and that anything “contrary” be brought to light.
Jesus has promised to never leave us nor forsake us. This must be remembered; that regardless of what takes place in the physical world, his grace is sufficient and the Holy Spirit abides within all saints. I think about Stevens discourse in Acts chapter 7. He didn’t see Jesus until his testimony was completed and it was time to endure physical death at the hands of those who stopped their ears. God is “never” late.
II Corinthians 4:18 “While we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen: for the things which are seen are temporal; but the things which are not seen are eternal.”