Prophecy: The Whitehouse has labeled it terrorism, but here is what is to come!


The Millennial Kingdom – Jack Kinsella – Omega Letter Editor –
So, here is the chronology remaining for the human race:
#1. the current Dispensation [the Church Age] comes to an end at the Rapture as part of the Day of Christ.

#2. The Raptured Church attends the Bema Seat Judgment (2nd Corinthians 3:11-15), the marriage supper of the Lamb (Revelation 19:9) and
#3. accompanies Him to the earth at His triumphant Second Coming. (Jude 1:14-15)

#2.The Tribulation Period is its own Dispensation, in addition to being a resumption of the Age of the Law – it represents the 70th Week of Daniel.

The revealing Angel gave Daniel an panoramic view of Israel’s history, beginning with the order to rebuild Jerusalem and the Temple and ending with the coming of the Messiah.

Daniel’s outline is interrupted at the end of the 69th week (of years) with the ‘cutting off’ of the Messiah and resumes with the revelation of the antichrist when he confirms a seven-year peace treaty between Israel and her enemies.

How can we know that the 70th Week is set apart from the Church Age? The angel listed six specific things to be accomplished during the 70th Week, from Israel’s perspective:

“Seventy weeks are determined upon thy people and upon thy holy city, to finish the transgression, and to make an end of sins, and to make reconciliation for iniquity, and to bring in everlasting righteousness, and to seal up the vision and prophecy, and to anoint the most Holy.”

Before going down the list, notice that the 70th week is for Daniel’s people, [the Jews] and Daniel’s holy city [Jerusalem] and NOT for the Church.

1) “Finish the transgression” – yet future for Israel/accomplished at the Cross for the Church.

2) “Make an end of sins” – sin loses its power over believers at regeneration – regeneration is a function of the Cross in the lives of believers

3) “Make reconciliation for iniquity” – simply stated, it means to make restitution [payment] for sin. Accomplished at the Cross for believers – yet future for unbelieving Jews

4) “Bring in everlasting righteousness” — Christ returns to set up the #3.Millennial Kingdom with Himself on the Throne in Jerusalem.

5) “Seal up the vision and prophecy” – the fulfillment of all Messianic prophecy – yet future

6) “Anoint the Most Holy” – the Mosiach is ‘anointed’ King as per Israel’s ancient custom and reigns over mankind for a thousand years – the “Millennial Kingdom.”

The Church has no role to play during the Tribulation, which Scripture identifies has having two specific purposes; the judgment of a Christ-rejecting world and the national redemption of Israel.

The Church was judged at the Cross and found judicially blameless by grace through faith. The Church neither rejected Christ nor has need of further redemption. The Church does not remain on the earth beyond the Church Age.
#3. So, who inhabits the Millennial Kingdom? According to Scripture, there are but two groups who survive the Tribulation – believing Gentiles and believing Jews.

In Revelation 19:11-16, we find the return of Jesus Christ to the earth. This is His Second Coming (#3.). The Rapture (1 Thessalonians 4:13-18; 1 Corinthians 15:51-53) (#2.)is an appearing of Christ in the air. That is not the same as His Second Coming(#3.).

This is included, I believe, to draw a distinction between the Rapture (#2.)and the Second Coming of Christ(#3.). There is no mention in Revelation 19-20 of any kind of rapture event where believers receive glorified bodies.

The prophet Joel, in his description of the Tribulation Judgment, was clear and specific concerning those to come under Tribulation judgment:

“Proclaim ye this among the Gentiles; Prepare war, wake up the mighty men, let all the men of war draw near; let them come up . . . Assemble yourselves, and come, all ye heathen, and gather yourselves together round about: thither cause thy mighty ones to come down, O LORD. Let the heathen be wakened, and come up to the valley of Jehoshaphat: for there will I sit to judge all the heathen round about.” (Joel 3:9,11-12)

The believing Gentiles are non-Jews who come to faith during the Tribulation. Note that they are distinct from the ‘new creature’ of the Church Age.

Jesus said that He will separate the ‘sheep’ [righteous, or believing,] nations from the ‘goat’ [unrighteous, or unbelieving] nations. The goats are cast into the Lake of Fire whereas the sheep [the righteous Gentiles] survive and live on into the Millennial Kingdom.

By implication, no unbelieving Gentile will survive the Second Coming. The righteous Gentiles, or sheep, will live on into the millennial kingdom. They will give birth to children and will populate the earth. However, these are not the only ones who will be producing children during the millennial kingdom.

The impression is given that when Christ returns, all Israel will trust in Him (Zechariah 12:10). They, too, will not receive glorified bodies (as those did who were raptured prior to the tribulation). They also will produce children during the millennial kingdom.

To summarize, the Millennial Kingdom will be populated by believing Gentiles, Israel, and the resurrected/raptured believers whom, according to the Apostle Paul, will hold positions of authority and judgment as well.

“Do ye not know that the saints shall judge the world? and if the world shall be judged by you, are ye unworthy to judge the smallest matters? Know ye not that we shall judge angels? how much more things that pertain to this life?” (1st Corinthians 6:2-3)

According to the Prophet Isaiah, during the Millennial Kingdom, the earth is restored to its original ecological balance, and lifespans return to what they were prior to the Flood. “. . . for the child shall die an hundred years old” (Isaiah 65:20)

Everyone who enters into the Millennial Kingdom will be a believer, but the Scripture say that children will be born to believing Jews and Gentiles.

And, as incredible as it sounds (what with Jesus Himself on the throne and resurrected believers in glorified bodies running around directing traffic, or whatever) many of those born into the Millennial Kingdom will reject Christ, and they will, once again, gather themselves together to do battle against the Lord of Hosts. (Revelation 20:7-10)

And with that act, the final curtain comes down on the human race. “For, behold, I create new heavens and a new earth: and the former shall not be remembered, nor come into mind,” writes the Prophet Isaiah. [65:17)

Which leaves us contemplating the question asked by the Apostle Peter; “Seeing then that all these things shall be dissolved, what manner of persons ought ye to be in all holy conversation and godliness?”

That’s a question that each of us has to answer for ourselves in this life. For it will surely be asked of us as we seek admittance into the next.
My notes:
#1. Now
#2. Rapture or Millions vanish and then when the Anti-Christ who eventually proclaims he is the Saviour and rules the World for 7 years.
#3.The Second Coming of the True Christ, judgement for those who followed the Anti-Christ, resurection of those who died as martyrs durning the Anti-Christs Reign and a 1000 year reign of Christ on the Throne of David on an earth like the time before Noah.


Spirit of the AntiChrist


Contents of an email I received on Sept. 24, 2009:
Spirit of the AntiChrist Prepares the way for the One World Order – Bill Wilson –

The man who occupies the Oval Office each day is writing a new book that should be entitled, “Dreams from our Narcissist.” Does anybody read what this guy writes or actually hear what he says? If Americans would truly consider what is being espoused from the White House these days, they would revolt, and well they should. This guy wants to give up the sovereignty of the United States to some world governing body that he is heading. He told the UN, “In an era where our destiny is shared, power is no longer a zero-sum game. No world order that elevates one nation or group of people over another will succeed.”

This week, he has been presenting his foreign policy rhetoric to world leaders with high-brow sounding platitudes reminiscent of megalomaniac dictators of history’s past. “Around the world, even as we pursue a new era of engagement with other nations, we are raising a broader engagement, new partnerships between societies and citizens, community organizations and businesses,” he says, “We have been speaking directly to people around the world, including our friends across the Muslim world, with whom we launch new beginnings based on mutual interests and mutual respect…This spirit of partnership is a defining feature of our foreign policy.”

It is likely the spirit of the anti-Christ that is driving this man. These are no less the unbiblical ramblings of a cunning narcissist intent on making the world bow to his utopian idea of a one world order serving the idealist for his ideals. The prophet Daniel speaks of a king that will arise among the other kings (Daniel 7:24, 25), “and he shall be diverse from the first…And he shall speak pompous words against the most High, and shall afflict the saints of the most High, and think to change times and laws.” This man in the White House is not likely to be the anti-Christ, but he is preparing the way in the spirit of the anti-Christ, that those who lack understanding will be deceived.

Many Christians will say, “how dare you disrespect the office of the Presidency this way.” But how dare they disrespect the precepts of the very God they say they serve by honoring this man in any way. His foundation is abortion, homosexuality, Islam over Israel, and humanism, deceiving people telling them he is a Christian, all the while going against everything that defines Christianity. 1 Corinthians 2 instructs believers to discern the words of man by the Holy Spirit. Verse 14 says, “But the natural man receives not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.” Let us discern what is of God and what is not, that we might act accordingly.

Have a Blessed and Powerful Day!
Bill Wilson
Word of Life Ministry
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Rifqa Bary- The 17 year old who dared to convert to Christianity!


For now, Rifqa is safe. She will stay in Florida. Another hearing Sept. 28. Pamela Gellar, Robert Spencer took part in a press conference outside the Florida Court.

Get the whole story from Pamela Gellar at:

Or watch the videos of the news conference on Sept.3, 2009 in Orlando, FL on YouTube:

CBN Report:

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A Jewish Temple in Jerusalem


I received this e-mail on August 6, 2009 which explains questions you may have about the Temple the Jews want to build in Jerusalem or the rebuilding of  Solomon´s Temple or as the Muslims call it ¨Solomon´s Palace.

The Third Temple – Jack Kinsella – Omega Letter Editor –
According to 2nd Thessalonians 2:4. in the last days, the antichrist will desecrate the Third Temple which Paul calls, “the Temple of God.” Is the Third Temple legitimate?   How does that square with Church Age doctrines of salvation by grace through faith?
The Thessalonians were in the grip of a heresy spreading through their church to the effect that the Day of Christ [the Rapture] had come and gone and they had been left behind.
Paul sought to reassure them by giving them a series of signs that will precede the revelation of the antichrist. Paul said that before the antichrist would be revealed, there would first come a great ‘falling away’ from the true faith.
“Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, (Gk apostasia) and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition.”
So there is general ‘falling away’ or apostasy. We saw an example of that in Obama’s Cairo speech where it was all about religion and God and faith and peace and love.
As he wound it up, Obama admitted that HIS real faith is in human beings, not in Yahweh, Jesus or Mohammed, although he invoked all three names throughout his speech — and nobody blinked an eye.
Obama has made much of his alleged Christianity, but the world-wide apostasia is so pervasive I don’t think anybody even noticed there’s a difference between faith in Christ and faith in humanity.
I’ve been paying attention to the reaction to the Cairo speech, as I am sure most of you have been as well. Obama didn’t catch it. His speechwriters didn’t catch it. His fact-checkers didn’t catch it. He delivered it as written and nobody that heard his speech caught it either.
At least, nobody noticed it that I am aware of — a textbook example of the world-wide apostasy of the last days.
Paul says that this ‘falling away’ is so grievous that nobody will notice how wrong the antichrist is until he “as God sitteth in the temple of God, shewing himself that he is God.”
Exasperated, Paul asks, “Remember ye not, that, when I was yet with you, I told you these things?”
The resumption of Temple worship and animal sacrifices during the Tribulation has no saving value. Nobody will be saved because they brought an unblemished lamb to the Temple for sacrifice.
Salvation is and always has been an outpouring of God’s grace by faith from every Dispensation.
Among the great heroes of faith in Hebrews 11 are Abel, the world’s first murder victim; Enoch, the first person to be Raptured; Noah, who was faithful to build the Ark; Jacob, who blessed the sons of Joseph; Abraham, who was willing to offer Isaac; Moses, who led the children of Israel to the Promised land.
And just to prove God is no ‘respecter of persons’ when it comes to salvation, the writer of Hebrews included Rahab, the harlot, as one of the great heroes of faith, who “perished not with them that believed not, when she had received the spies with peace.” (Hebrews 11:31)
What is my point? Not one of these heroes of the faith lived in New Testament times. Not one of these heroes of the faith had yet seen their sins paid for at the Cross. Still, they were saved by grace through faith.
There is a reason why the Third Temple is consecrated and a reason why Paul calls it the “Temple of God” instead of just ‘the Temple’.
First, if it weren’t consecrated, it couldn’t be defiled. You can’t defile something which isn’t holy in the first place. The abomination of desolation would neither be an abomination nor could it make the Temple desolate unless the Temple itself were legitimate in the first place.
Secondly, God isn’t going back to an “old system” because salvation is not a product of the Temple system, as we’ve already seen. The Age of the Law had yet to run its full course when it was interrupted by the Age of Grace.
Daniel notes that in the 69th Week, the “Messiah is cut off, but not for Himself”; the Temple is destroyed by the people of the coming prince (antichrist) and then there is a temporal disconnect when Daniel’s clock stops for the Church Age.
The Age of Grace concludes with the Rapture and Daniel’s clock restarts on the final week, the reasons for which are clearly outlined in Daniel 9:24.
It isn’t a re-institution of the Age of the Law. It is the resumption of an unfilled Dispensational Period for which there is a definite purpose.
So, then, what is the purpose of the Law? Why did God give Moses the Ten Commandments?
According to the Apostle Paul, the reason for the Ten Commandments was to prove we couldn’t keep them and to point out our need for a Savior. That realization is offered to both Jew and Gentile. BUT, says Paul;
“I would not, brethren, that ye should be ignorant of this mystery, lest ye should be wise in your own conceits; that blindness in part is happened to Israel, until the fulness of the Gentiles be come in.”
The ‘fullness of the Gentiles be come in’ is a reference to the conclusion of the Church Age, which ends when the last Gentile who is going to accept Christ does so. Once the Body of Christ is complete, the Rapture takes place, and God turns His attention back to Israel.
“And so all Israel shall be saved: as it is written, There shall come out of Sion the Deliverer, and shall turn away ungodliness from Jacob: For this is my covenant unto them, when I shall take away their sins.” (Romans 11:26-27)
The 70th Week of Daniel is also called “the Time of Jacob’s Trouble” (Jeremiah 30:7) because it is set aside for the judgment of the Gentiles and the national salvation of the Jews.
To summarize: the purpose of the Tribulation is two-fold. First and foremost, its purpose is to effect the national reconciliation of the Jews and their salvation — as a nation.
The unbelieving Gentiles have already had their chance and rejected it. Revelation Chapter 7 tells of 144,000 Jews who will be ‘sealed’ with the indwelling Holy Spirit.
The Jews of Israel aren’t saved during the Tribulation by the Temple practices or law. Zechariah 12:10 makes it clear that the Jews of Israel during the Tribulation are saved the same way we are — by grace and supplications (prayer).
“And I will pour upon the house of David, and upon the inhabitants of Jerusalem, the spirit of grace and of supplications: and they shall look upon me whom they have pierced, and they shall mourn for him, as one mourneth for his only son, and shall be in bitterness for him, as one that is in bitterness for his firstborn.”
It is the Temple desecration that causes the Jews to turn their backs on the Antichrist and turn towards Christ.
Secondarily, it is a time set aside for the judgment of a Christ-rejecting world (the Church having already been judged at the Cross.) The Age of Grace is over, but salvation by grace through faith is still extended to the Jews.
The 144,000 are sealed with the Holy Spirit, which gives them the power to share the Gospel and enables the hearer to be regenerated spiritually. Without the active indwelling of the Holy Spirit within these 144,000 Jewish evangelists, nobody could be saved.
“But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.” (1st Corinthians 2:14)
Finally, David’s question, by its very nature, establishes the fact that the Church cannot be present during the Tribulation Period. If it were, then the sealing of the 144,000 Jews with the Holy Spirit would be meaningless.
They would be able to get their infilling of the Holy Spirit the same way that we do now. There would be no need for an angel to come down and give them the Gospel and seal them with the Holy Spirit.
During the Church Age, that is the job of the Church. God does not impose His Spirit on Jews during the Church Age. First they come to Christ, then the Holy Spirit comes to them.
According to Revelation Chapters 7 and 14, during the Tribulation, the Holy Spirit comes to the 144,000, and then they come to Christ. After that, they go out and lead others (the “Tribulation Saints”) to Christ.
(If there were no distinction between the saints of the Church Age and the saints of the Tribulation, then why does the Bible reference “Tribulation Saints” separately?)
So, the chronology is like this. The Age of the Law wasn’t replaced by the Age of Grace, it was interrupted by it. The Age of Grace concludes at the Rapture. Then the Age of the Law is resumed for one final week of years to effect the national redemption of Israel in fulfillment of the promise of Romans 11:26-27.
The Age of the Law concludes with the 2nd Coming of Christ to usher in the final Dispensation, the Millennial Kingdom, which is also part of the promise to the Jews. (Isaiah 60-66)
After that comes the new heaven and new earth (Isaiah 65:17, 66:22, 2nd Peter 3:13, Revelation 21:1) and eternity future.
But first, the Rapture!                                        – Jack Kinsella

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