In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He [Jesus Christ -Yeshua] was in the beginning with God.


The Holy Bible provides a spiritual and historical accounting of God’s plan for forgiveness and reconciliation of mankind to Himself. The main thrust of Bible prophecy points to Jesus Christ, the Messiah. He is the One who is the Light of the world. Only through Him is forgiveness and reconciliation possible. There is no other name under heaven given by which we must be saved (Acts 4:12). The prophets ministered to Israel during times of disobedience and obedience, and prophesied the first and second coming of Christ as the One who would fulfill God’s ultimate plan of redemption. God is just in judgment and righteousness. Bible prophecy serves to warn and judge in times of disobedience, and to deliver and bless in times of repentance.

God chose Israel as His people from whom the Savior would come to fulfill His ultimate plan of redemption. In the Old Testament, the prophets pointed to the two advents of Christ. While Israel is the primary focus of God’s prophetic message, the Gentile nations are also included as they are an integral part of God’s plan. The New Testament is witness to the first advent of Christ and prophetic to His second coming, which will occur at the end of our present age. At Christ’s first coming, He became the final sacrifice and atonement for the sins of the world. God’s gift of salvation became available to all who would receive Christ as their personal Savior. The nation of Israel rejected Jesus as the Messiah while Gentile nations embraced Him. Since the crucifixion and resurrection of Christ, mankind has been living in the age of grace where salvation is available to all, both Jew and Gentile. In the Book of Revelation, Christ reveals to the apostle John the end time events in which He will bring Israel to repentance and judge all nations. We are experiencing some of those events today. The age of grace will soon end at the rapture of the church, which is the body of true believers. God will then judge the nations during the seven-year tribulation for their rejection of Christ. The tribulation period will culminate at the battle of Armageddon when Christ comes the second time to redeem Israel and execute final judgment on the Gentile nations. This will be followed by 1,000 years of righteousness, peace and prosperity as Christ rules the world from Jerusalem on the throne of David.