• Rike
    Posted at 05:23h, 19 November

    Thanks so much for this episode. As a regular German listener, I can totally relate to the area of conflict of sympathizing with the migrant families and knowing that some of the muslims are violent and hateful towards me,my church, and family. I believe the devil uses this fear as a successful strategy to keep us from doing good deeds. But there is no fear in love. I’m absolutely not naive about Islam and I still shake my head in disbelieve when I think back on Angela Merkel opening our borders in a completely uncontrolled way. It is and was scary. Yet I don’t want my fear keep me from loving those ( and the are definitley the majority) who are just seeking peace and a future for their families like I would if I had to raise a family in war, crisis and poverty.
    PS If you ever need someone to translate your books into German, let me know. (-:

  • Nelson Walters
    Posted at 08:07h, 19 November

    Joel, This is a very significant teaching. The Church, unfortunately, largely misunderstands God’s purposes for suffering in a ‘your best life now’ world. Here in Wilmington, Hurricane Florence opened the hearts and minds of many when God’s people took his love into the flooded homes. I’m looking forward to reading “The Mystery of Catastrophe” over the next few weeks.

  • Howard Bass
    Posted at 10:52h, 19 November

    Thank-you, Joel, for continuing to teach and to prophetically exhort us to understand the times, and what we should do in light of the Lord’s return.

  • Carol Riggio
    Posted at 11:56h, 20 November

    Dear Joel,
    I am really looking forward to reading your new book and watching your new DVD!
    Thank you for making these resources available to the body of Christ.
    I am praying for you and yours!
    To God be the Glory

  • John McDonnell
    Posted at 20:39h, 24 November

    I just finished reading “The Mystery of Catastrophe” and am profoundly
    moved by what I read. “The Islamic Antichrist,” “Mideast Beast,” and
    “Mystery Babylon” helped me learn important truths about end-time
    prophecies. What will happen was more important to me than who might
    have to endure what will happen. While it is very important to have a
    correct understanding of what the prophets taught, it is more
    important to be a helpful and faithful witness to those suffering
    through end-time catastrophes. To only relieve suffering without
    mentioning the suffering of Jesus Christ that we might have eternal
    life would be spiritual treason, a sin I might have committed had I
    not read this book. Thank you, Joel and Nathan, for writing it and
    having it published!

  • Joel
    Posted at 12:52h, 25 November

    Thank you so much John. This means the world to us both.

  • Jeanne T.
    Posted at 16:42h, 07 December

    Joel, will “Mount Sinai in Arabia” (ad the next one as well), be released in hardback, or only Kindle?

  • Joel
    Posted at 14:13h, 08 December

    Paperback will be out in a few weeks.

  • Rebekah Templeton
    Posted at 06:20h, 28 December

    I am currently reading on kindle…deeply humbled..thank you for your faithfulness, clarity in communicating God’s truths…our son and family along with another family, as the Lord wills, will be deployed by their churches to Turkey, November 2019….this book opens the eyes of the church to the truth of what is currently happening and our call as a true Acts church…thank you

  • linda keyes
    Posted at 16:03h, 27 February


    Here’s something you may be interested in. Some new insights regarding historic events around ww2. New archives opened in London about who new what about Hitler’s camps.


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