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Live engaging Bible Prophecy studies of end times prophecy, and the Book of Revelation with host William Bell Jr, presented with clarity and simplicity. Open dialogues and critiques of major millennial views, in common sense language you can understand. Increase your knowledge and understanding, eliminate your fears and empower your life.

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Raised Up To Sit In Holy Places focuses on the living. Why seek the living among the dead? The resurrection of many along with Abraham, Isaac and Jacob and the Patriarchs brings believers into the gates of heaven. Who has access to... more

Where Are The Dead Part 2 A continatiion from Part I of Where are the Dead?, per Matthew 8:11-12 demonstrating the resurrection of the Patriarchs and Prophets and the O.T. saints. Discussion today will focus on Hades and its... more

Where are the dead per Matthew 8:11-12? Are they yet in Hades awaiting deliverance from the power of sin and death? Has Hades been destroyed? Can Revelation 20:11-15 be used to refer to the time of the end or is it some... more

What is the eschatological day referred to in Zechariah 13:1? In that day a fountain would be opend for sin and for uncleanness. Is this a day of the time of the Prophets or is it a day of end times during the apostolic age? In this... more

In today's study, we discuss the fullness of Israel, a subject that gets a lot of attention today. Some (Amillennarians) do not believe Israel had a future beyond the cross in A.D. 30. Others believes Israel's future ceased in A.D. 70 at the... more

Who is the seed of Abraham? Many have tried to trace their DNA or lineage to Abraham so that they might be called the people or God. Today much fighting over land in Palestine exists because of people claiming to be the blood... more

In discussions regarding the kingdom, the Bible says it has no end. Several see the kingdom of God as coming to an end at the very time it reaches the full expression of its reign. In other words, it makes no time to participate in the... more

The earnest of the Spirit is a key factor in understanding the resurrection the eschatological resurrection. The meaning and nature of the earnest of the Spirit, also called the guarantee is what insured the saints against nakedness, i.e.... more

The role of the Holy Spirit is often overlooked or minimized in the discussion of the resurrection body. The outpouring of the Spirit on the day of Pentecost in fulfillment of the prophecy of Joel is a critical key to unlocking the mystery of the... more
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