• Geri Ann Fluegeman
    Posted at 10:31h, 09 April

    Incredible! All I can think of is line upon line precept upon precept! Life itself really is all about our King Jesus.!

  • Michael Palmer
    Posted at 05:51h, 11 April

    Thank you Joel for your teaching. It is always a blessing to hear you teach on this subject. I am hoping your new book will out early this summer. God Bless..

  • linda keyes
    Posted at 14:06h, 11 April

    Hi, sorry to disturb you.

    This video on your you tube channel. Had some quite strange notes in the drop down option under the video.

    Don’t think they’re yours.

    They say the flood was the first exodus, and at the end speaks of four blood moons.

  • Taylor Sealy
    Posted at 20:10h, 14 April

    I have another possible take on the sequence of events that I haven’t heard anyone else espouse (which could mean I am way off base!). I think the Israelites being pushed out of Israel again after returning from the four corners of the earth would violate Amos 9:15 where he says that would not happen again. My take on the woman in Revelation 12 being taken to her place in the wilderness might be the Israelites returning from all around the world to Israel, which was certainly more of a desert when they first started returning than it is now. She would be nourished for 3 1/2 years, which could be the prophesied peace deal with the anti-messiah for the first half of the great Tribulation. During that time the dragon goes after the adopted children of the woman who follow Jesus for 3 1/2 years. John Shorey has many good arguments about why the Rapture appears to happen in the middle of the seven year period right before God’s wrath on the earth. He says he was shown that God always administers his wrath through angels. That would be the trumpet and bowl judgments. The first half is Jesus opening the seals and is not the wrath of God, but maybe the wrath of satan, especially against the Jesus people, as stated. In the middle of the tribulation, the anti-messiah breaks the peace deal and attacks Israel. Fast forward to Jesus returning to defend Israel against the invading armies at the end of the great Tribulation, when Zecharia 12:10. It shows him landing on the Mount of Olives to a waiting crowd of Jewish people who are surprised to see the wounds in his hands and feet, which means they are not believers until that point. Believing Jewish people and gentiles seem to be missing from this event. This sequence seems plausible to me, whereas Israelis fleeing to Petra or Saudi Arabia does not. Also, it would look like messiah is a little late if he shows up as the entire country is a smoldering ruin. In addition to the question about what purpose a post trib rapture would serve. Believers who made it through the horrific events of the Tribulation intact are removed for some reason right before Jesus returns so they don’t get to see such a historic prophetic event and they are not avoiding any additional danger unless they are in the armies invading Israel (very unlikely). I respect Joel greatly and have learned a great deal from him, but I so far just disagree on this one.

  • Joel
    Posted at 20:21h, 14 April

    The context of Amos 9:12 refers to the Messianic regathering. It does not refer to this regathering, thus does not apply.

  • Mick Stads
    Posted at 04:06h, 15 April

    Spot on Joel. Love how you always ground your message in Torah. Pumped for your upcoming book. Peace

  • Heather Wathen
    Posted at 01:07h, 24 April

    Hi Joel!
    I just this morning saw the antichrist in Daniel 11:21 onwards- an epiphany! even though I’ve read this passage often, almost monthly actually, as I’m actively pursuing prophesy correlations in hopes of understanding. I went online to find if anyone else had this thought and discovered your website and article from January. I ate it up. Thank you. Then I began reading and watching your content and am so excited! The things I’ve been piecing together you have already connected; confirming and encouraging my study. I have a question, however that no one is able to answer that maybe you have onsite on: 1260, 1290, 1335, and 2300. All four periods of days in Daniel apparently begin with the taking away if the daily sacrifices. I could make the guess about the month apart dates, and maybe even about the one 45 days later…. but the one 6 years, 4 months, and 20 days from the talking away of the sacrifices? (Daniel 8) That is much longer than the often given 42 months. Is it possible that there are almost 7 years after the big event of abomination and desolation that is only shortened to about 6 yrs and 5 months “or else no flesh would be saved”? It doesn’t fit with any other dates. Do you understand the 2300 days? Thank you and blessings on your ministry which I just discovered:)

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