Future history and the times we’re in

America has spoken, and the next four years are taking us in a direction that — however you look at it — does not surprise our God. We have voted to idolize our flesh and throw God under the altar of the golden calf.  Many of our prophets, and Jesus Himself, talked about these things happening as our time in history draws to His return.

Could the election results be a part of those birth pangs? There is a lot of post election talk, and many of you have emailed us your thoughts in the past few hours. We’re going to get to those a little later in the program.

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Today in our first segment, we’re joined by Dr. Hal Seed, a pastor and author of a fascinating book titled Future History: Understanding the Book of Daniel and End Times Prophecy.  He is the founding and lead pastor of New Song Community Church in Oceanside, California.

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2 Responses to Future history and the times we’re in

  1. laurie hebbe says:

    Hi guys
    thanks for the truth spoken!

    I too felt a deep sadness…especially as I too saw the people cheering and
    waving flags and the elation for this man being elected… I was offened for my God when he used the words 'BY the Grace of God" in his acceptance speech….

    but Praise HIM… He is still on the throne and this is not a surprise to HIM

    we are to keep loving as Christ commands us to do…and pray!


    Peter said: "Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil walks about like a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour." If there is a vicious enemy out in the streets, "seeking whom he may devour," I MUST BE WATCHFUL. This verse teaches the necessity of constant attention, in view of the restless energy, the wiles and steadfastness of the enemy. To be sober is to be mentally under control; this means to think straight; to keep your mind focused and on task. To be vigilant is to be alert; to be watchful. I'm persuaded, some folks just don't pay attention to what's going on. They walk right into temptations, or they gradually slip into the devil's hands. They are not alert; not sober and vigilant. By being sober and vigilant, I'm placing my life under the mighty hand of God. "Christians have an enemy who is an accuser, slanderer, and opponent that desires to entice them to sin and thus destroy their souls. Christians need to be self-controled and always alert and aware about what he is about in relation to them.



  2. Rose Vosburgh says:

    Good word for us today, Laurie. Thank you for the encouragement! We can't help but be deeply saddened by what is happening to our once great nation. But we know our heavenly home awaits us and we take comfort in the promises of God. We must stand boldly for the Lord in the difficult days ahead; loving the lost, sharing the gospel, loving one another, encouraging each other, increasing in faith and good works, and being found faingthful in our daily walk… knowing the time is short.


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