Prophecy in the News
Published on Feb 21, 2017
3rd Annual Pikes Peak Prophecy Summit by Prophecy in the News
Jeff Swanson has a website planbible.com It is his life work that produced a chronological Bible that is in order verse by verse. It is the only one of its kind.
Where are we in the prophetical time line? Jeff believes the signs at the end times will intensify and occur in rapid order within a relatively brief period of time.
Are we seeing prophecy fulfilled everyday in the headlines? Yes. They are not single events, but merging patterns and seasons. The Middle East is falling together. Nations are becoming antisemitic and standing against Israel. Genesis 12:3 “I will bless them that bless thee, and curse them that curse thee.” When the United States went against Israel, the Lord allowed us to be punished in the exact same amount through Hurricane Katrina.
There are 800 prophecies/verses that have been fulfilled in the Bible. There are 2,500 prophecies/verses yet to be fulfilled.
Jeff Swanson’s studies of the Bible and his expertise in mathematics have enabled him to date key Biblical events. Consider the following:
Using the Julian, Gregorian and Jewish calendars, Jeff Swanson completed 66 calculations and arrived at a creation date of 3960 B.C. Jeff agreed with the famous Archbishop James Ussher (author of Annals of the World) on all but two calculations. They arrived at creation dates only 44 years apart. Ussher’s date of creation is 4004 B.C.
Jeff Swanson’s other dates are:
Date of Christ’s birth: September 11, 3 B.C. (Julian Calendar)
Christ’s Crucifixion: April 3, 33 A.D. (Julian Calendar
Christ’s Crucifixion: April 1, 33 A.D. (Gregorian Calendar)
Jeff Swanson advised Christians that the Lord has placed each of us within a particular sphere of influence. We are to be faithful to the people who God has placed in our lives. We are touching more people than we realize. After we leave this earth, the Lord will use the legacy of our lives to continually touch people in a powerful way that we do not fully understand. [This was one of the most profound statements that I ever heard in a prophecy conference. The interviewers, Haggman and Hagmann were touched by it as well].
Listen below to Eric Hovind and Paul Taylor interview Jeff Swanson about the same subjects discussed above:
Who says Dinosaurs are extinct?”
Giant gator caught strolling through Polk nature center
A giant alligator was caught on camera during a morning stroll at a nature center in Polk County.
The Lakeland Police Department shared the video, taken by Kim Joiner, on their Facebook page saying, “Who says Dinosaurs are extinct?”
The big daddy gator was strolling through the Circle B Bar Reserve, an area of of protected lands in Polk County.
In the video you can see four other people recording the surprise encounter, and not from a far distance – Ekkk!
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There might not be a flood of biblical proportions in the forecast, but Noah’s Ark is coming to Williamstown, Kentucky, this summer.
A full-size version of Noah’s Ark is expected to be completed before Ark Encounter, a Bible-themed park, opens July 7.
Ken Ham had the massive ship built to match the dimensions set out in the Bible. The entire project is expected to cost $100 million.
“The message that we have — it’s making the Bible come alive, really. By building Noah’s Ark, we’re saying, ‘This really happened. This is plausible,'” Ham told “Nightline.”
According to Ham, his ark is 510 feet long, 85 feet wide and 51 feet high. “It gets bigger and bigger. When you get inside, it gets bigger again,” he said.
Ark Encounter is just a few miles from Ham’s Creation Museum, which attracts nearly half a million visitors a year and teaches a young Earth theory of creation. Ham calls his ministry Answers in Genesis.
“We have a lot of people who are not Christians who come here, and they appreciate the way it’s presented. It’s presented very tastefully,” said Ham. “It’s educational.”
Visitors to the Creation Museum can find exhibits like Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, which is next to one showing dinosaurs playfully eating fruit.
One of Ham’s biggest critics is Bill Nye, an evolutionist who is known as the television personality the Science Guy. He dismissed Ham’s creationist exhibits as biblical propaganda. Nye said dinosaurs died out long before human beings ever came along.
“I can prove that beyond any reasonable doubt. That is what’s very troubling. Allosauruses and humans did not live at the same time. Teaching the earth is 6,000 years old is completely wrong and inappropriate,” he told “Nightline.”
“When they dig up dinosaur bones, they don’t dig them up with labels on saying, ‘Hi, I’m 70 million years old,’ or whatever it is,” Ham said. “We’re saying that most of those bones they dig up are actually from the flood of Noah’s day, not from millions of years ago.”
Ham rejected mainstream science institutions as evolutionary doctrinaires.
“Museums like the Natural History Museum inWashington, D.C., Smithsonian or Chicago Field Museum, mostly they teach that we supposedly evolved [from] apelike creatures. Why shouldn’t we be able to use the same technology and really challenge people to consider the Bible as the true history of the world?” he said.
Ham’s Noah’s Ark project took advantage of $18 million in tax benefits and tourism incentives.
The state of Kentucky attempted to block the project from receiving public funding, but Ham took his case to court and won. “Christians pay taxes in this world. We live in this world. We’re not second-class citizens. The federal judge rule in our favor,” he said.
“It’s just inappropriate. To me, [it’s] a clear violation of the First Amendment, for crying out loud,” Nye argued.
To work at Ark Encounter, job applicants must sign a statement of faith, professing a Christian belief in the creation story. For instance, they agree that the “great flood of Genesis was an actual historic event, worldwide in its extent and effect.”
Ham said this is necessary because “we are a Christian organization and we have a Christian message.”
Among the construction workers who have helped build the ark are Amish carpenters who said part of their faith included accepting the Bible as truth. The artists who created the ark’s exhibits are believers too.
“There’s a lot of people that scoff,” Ham said. “We get a lot of attacks by some of the aggressive secularists. Sometimes I feel a bit like Noah.”
Admission to Ark Encounter will be $40 for adults and $28 for children, and Ham said he expects that fascination with Noah and his ark will result in 1 million to 2 million visitors in the first year.
“We really do believe that if we build it, they will come. And they’re going to come,” Ham said.
There are a plethora of historical and archaeological articles on this blog site, as well actual proof that Biblical Giants once walked the earth, under the category “Old Testament Giants.” The following article is written from a secular standpoint, but much to the chagrin of worldly thinkers, it places an awful wrinkle in their evolutionary scheme. Pastor Steve
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3 Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition;
This photo is taken from Lloyd’s of Rochester blog site
28 And when these things begin to come to pass, then look up, and lift up your heads; for your redemption draweth nigh.
Here is a fascinating “thumb nail sketch” of Bob Cornuke’s discovery in Jerusalem of the real Solomon’s Temple site. I devour books as a pastor, and one of the best unique, original and cutting edge books I have ever purchased is “Temple” by Robert Cornuke. The following You Tube is an excellent summary of the book. Bob has found channels in which the blood of sacrificed animal flowed, olive presses, and stalls/chains for animals underneath the original City of David/Mount Zion. This is the site of the Gihon Springs and the water source for Solomon’s Temple. The “Temple Mount” where the Dome of the Rock is, was the base of a Roman emcampment. The Temple of Solomon is 600-1000 feet south of this locale, in the original City of David. Enjoy the audio and pick up a copy of Temple for a detailed analysis:
I just spoke with Bob Cornuke this morning (3/2/16), and there is another mind blowing discovery made, with a book soon to follow. He is teaming up with Chuck Missler on this latest venture. I understand Missler will be the premier author. As soon as specifics are available, they will be on this blog site. Bob’s website is http://www.baseinstitute.org
In Christ, Pastor Steve