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Note: Several people have asked for ‘e-mail notifications’ but I simply don’t have time.  However, I was just made aware of a service called “Watch that page”, which will notify you by e-mail when a certain page changes.  They can’t monitor all the pages but if you input the homepage (below) you will get notified because I normally change a date or make a note, somewhere above the timeline section, to direct people to the update.   The person who told me about the service said it works well.   Note: Some people have said that the website is rather Big or over-whelming. Yes, it has a lot of information.  However, Biblical end times is an over-whelming topic, especially if you examine everything in the Bible and don’t pick and choose.  This website started out as a small book, from which I took the most important parts and made a website.  However, then it grew because I had to answer e-mail questions and add new discoveries.  Yet, I constantly try to simplify things as much as possible.  It may take some time to absorb, just like the Bible takes some time to study, but it should be easier and faster than starting with the Bible, from scratch.  Before getting discouraged, check the ‘Sitemap’ because I arranged it by category so a few minutes will give you a good idea of what the website contains.  You may have to read several pages to get the overall message but that’s no different than reading several books of the Bible to see the overall picture.  Thank You.  Daniel 11 Explained (condensed ‘one page’ commentary) ‘Matthew 24’ Explained (must match Revelation) The ‘Seals’ Explained (Revelation timeline revealed) Seven Churches Explained (Past & Present Church Prophecy) Note: ‘Sitemap’ shows a complete list of all pages (by category). ‘Homepage’ gives 3 simple steps + timelines + summary. Update 6-7-2016:    Many people have told me that they try to tell people, even their pastors, about this website but their efforts fall on deaf ears.  I can definitely relate.  I just thought of this analogy, a few days ago, which may help a little.   Think of it this way:    Pastors minister to the soul like physicians minister to the body.  What if a doctor graduated from medical school but could only use medicines and techniques that were available before they graduated, and were developed by that particular school, which hadn’t changed in centuries?  That sounds ridiculous but that’s the current situation, in regards to end times, because churches are still using interpretations of Daniel and Revelation that are centuries old.  Any doctor who did that would be deemed ineffective and have a lot of dead patients, wouldn’t they?  Plus, Daniel 11 was specifically ‘sealed until the time of the end’ (Daniel 12:4) so why would any church insist on sticking with an interpretation that was centuries old?  Obviously, the end wasn’t centuries ago but history and current events in the Middle East match this interpretation of Daniel 11 precisely.  Churches should at least look at the facts because God’s Word in “living and active” (Hebrews 4:12) and the Holy Spirit is not dead but still teaching those who will listen.  Think about it.    Note: Here’s a PDF version for printing that you can put in the offering basket. (half-page) I’m sure they’ll thank you later. (maybe)  You don’t have to sign it unless you want.   Addition 6-10-2016:    If you think this sounds mischievous or disruptive, it’s not.  It’s actually Biblical.  In the Parable of the Talents, the man with the one talent who buried his money, because he thought that the Master was a hard man, was told that he should have at least given it to the bankers so it could gain interest. (Matthew 25:27)     That is comparable to a person who doesn’t know if this end times message is from God or not so they are apprehensive about spreading it to others.  In that case, a person should at least present it to the pastors (bankers) so they can discern whether it contradicts the Bible or not, which it doesn’t.  Hopefully, the pastors won’t bury the idea but will past it along to others, either up or down the chain, so it can gain interest.  In any event, a note in the offering basket is a Biblical thing to do.  Previous message  (6-2-2016)  [similar but different]    I recently wrote on the current events page that it’s time for all Christians, from all denominations, to admit that this website contains the real meaning of Daniel 11 and the Seals, which proves ‘pre-tribulation’ rapture.  I don’t attempt to pick a date but the signs are clear enough to know that this is the right interpretation and people should be told where to find it, so they can watch, just as Jesus said to do. (Luke 12:37    I imagine that some pastors or teachers are apprehensive about endorsing an anonymous website because they don't know who I am or what denomination I come from.  I think I’ve made it clear that I come in the name of Jesus, not my own name, which is what the Bible recommends. (John 5: 43-44)  In my case, I think it’s what God wants. (Matthew 24:45-51 I’m not trying to criticize others, because that option was not always available in all situations, but it was in mine so that’s what I’m doing. (Matthew 6:1)    In everything I write, I try to follow the Bible 100%, nothing added and nothing subtracted.  That’s not to say that I understand 100% of the Bible but I use common sense to discern what is most important.  Some matters must be decided on an individual basis (Romans 14) so I try not to discuss those.  Instead, I encourage everyone to read the New Testament because, “Each one should be fully convinced in his own mind.” (Romans 14:5)  Yet, those decisions should be based on what the Bible says, not on what people ‘say it says’.  That’s common sense because some people regularly deceive others, for one reason or another, and Jesus said, “Leave them; they are blind guides. If a blind man leads a blind man, both will fall into a pit.” (Matthew 15:14)     As far as picking a church, as I said on the salvation page, just find one where you like the music and you will probably like the preaching (more about music below).  Yet, double-check everything with the Bible because preachers can be wrong sometimes.  After all, they are only human.  Likewise, I’m human too but I do my best to explain the Bible honestly, without adding or subtracting.  If any church has additions to the Bible, such as the Book of Mormon, I say leave that church immediately because God does not condone additions after Revelation. (Rev. 22:18    Important note of difference, interpreting and explaining what is already in the Bible is not adding to it.  God purposely left some things vague, so that they would be revealed at the proper time, such as prophecies dealing with end times. (Daniel 12:4 referring to Daniel 11)    Personally, I don’t endorse any particular denomination because none has endorsed my view of Daniel 11, which I’ve sufficiently proven with history and current events, and Daniel 11 contains the ‘abomination’, which Jesus specifically said to pay attention to. (Matthew 24:15)  Nor has any denomination endorsed my view of the Seals, which I consider proven as well (because they contain two 70-year periods embedded within).  Really, what are the odds of that?  Plus, this interpretation of the Seals straightens out Revelation’s timeline, for the first time ever, and proves ‘pre-tribulation rapture’ in a way that post-tribs can’t dispute, because they twist and overlap Revelation, which inevitably leaves things out, and I don’t.  I’m not trying to beat the fellow servants; I’m just trying to point out the facts, which Paul told Timothy a good servant is supposed to do. (1st Timothy 4 and 2nd Timothy 2, 3 & 4)     Important note: Many of my readers may not be near a good church because 45% of my traffic comes from countries outside the United States.  Don’t worry because you can have church anywhere you are, all by yourself.  In fact, the things you do while you’re by yourself (in secret) are more important than what you do in front of other people. (Matthew 6: 1-18)  God sees all.  As Paul said, “One man considers one day more sacred than another; another man considers every day alike.” (Romans 14:5)  Basically, church consists of music, prayer, and Bible study, all of which you can do by yourself, every day, and God will see and reward what you do in secret. Music    In my opinion, listening to praise music is vitally important because it keeps a person’s mind on God. (Romans 12:2 and Philippians 4:8)  As I’ve said before, the soul is located in the 90% of the brain that scientists think we don’t use, so praise music literally feeds the soul and makes it stronger.  Earphones can be used to make it a personal experience, just between you and God, so no one has to know what you’re listening to, unless they ask.  Yet, if that should happen, don’t be ashamed to express your love for Jesus.  That’s important. (Mark 8:38 and 1 Peter 3:15)     Believe it or not, everything I’ve said so far was to introduce my favorite praise music because many people may have not heard of Jesus Culture and Kim Walker-Smith.  She is my favorite singer of all times and I had not heard of her until 1-2 years ago.  Yet, she has been recording music for about 10 years so there is plenty to listen to. (I guess the reason is that she started in California and I live on the east coast.  My friend from New York had not heard of her either.)  I stumbled upon her music through Pandora internet radio, and since bought several cds, but You-tube is a good source, especially if you live in another country.  Here are a few links.     This is “Holy”, from the cd “Consumed”, which I bought and enjoy (it came with a dvd).     This is “Where you go I go” (super-favorite), with words at the bottom to sing along with.       This is “The King is Here” (long version) from a concert (2013), so you can see what she looks like now.  Note: Her husband is the guitar player on her left, wearing a cap.  I recognize him because I bought their duet cd and they’re both on the cover.  His name is Skyler Smith.     This is “All I need is you”, where she was younger, had short hair, and wasn’t married.     This is “Oh how He loves us”, with a spontaneous message during the song (very inspiring).    This is “Dance”, where the lyrics say, “If the Spirit moves you ... dance.”  So if It does, you are in good company because David danced before the Lord. (2nd Samuel 6:14)    This is “Show me your Glory”, which is one of my favorites because it’s based on scripture, when Moses made that request (Exodus 33:18), and God granted it in Exodus 34:6-7.     This is her whole solo cd, called “Still Believe”, which I bought and love.  This video is not live but it’s good because you can leave it playing in the background of your computer.  All the songs are good, such as Alive, Waste it All, The King is Here, Spirit Break Out, and Miracle Maker.     Of course, I listen to many other groups because Pandora plays a variety of similar artists such as Hillsong Worship, Bethel Music, which I also like, but Kim Walker-Smith is my favorite.     Note: I should mention some of my past favorites such as Third DayCasting Crowns, Rebecca St. James, and Crystal Lewis, in case you want to try some others.  I can’t stress the importance of music enough because I think that’s one of the main reasons that David was a “man after God’s own heart”: because he played the harp and sang to God. (1 Samuel 13:14) done Recent Events ISIS - Saudi - Turkey (Daniel 11: 24-27) Final Events to the Abomination (Daniel 11: 28-30) Shiites re-take Persia + America’s Role Begins (Daniel 11: 21-23) in progress Current Events from Daniel 11 (matching the Middle East) done New message: 11-20-2016 Why no name?   [written: 11-20-2016]  (Reasons some people give for not believing this website’s message) Introduction    Some people will never believe anything new from the Bible because that’s the way it’s been since Jesus walked the earth.  Paul said, “The Spirit clearly says that in later times some will abandon the faith and follow deceiving spirits and things taught by demons.  Such teachings come through hypocritical liars, whose consciences have been seared as with a hot iron.”  (1 Tim 4:1-2)  When cloth is ‘seared as with a hot iron’, it develops a crease that is not easily removed.  That applies mostly to religious people who have been taught a certain interpretation and they refuse to believe anything else, even if the facts say otherwise.  It’s evident in ‘later times’ because God is revealing some things to this generation that were not available before.    Some people are determined to hold onto past interpretations, which contradict the Bible, when this interpretation has no contradictions and current events are matching, right before their very eyes.  In my e-mail experience, they try to get around the main facts by arguing about something petty and then using that as an excuse to refuse to read the main message.  It’s time I pointed this out so people can recognize what they’re doing and not be deceived by their tactics. Why no name?    One tactic that some use is to complain about my anonymity.  They try to accuse me of being ‘ashamed’ to give my name but that couldn’t be farther from the truth.  Why would I be ashamed when my explanation of end times is the only one that doesn’t contradict the Bible?  Why would I be ashamed when I’m focusing on the abomination, from the Book of Daniel, which is what Jesus  said to do?  Why would I be ashamed when current events continue to occur to support my overall interpretation of Daniel 11, leading to the abomination, just like Jesus said?  The truth is: I’m anonymous because I’m trying to put the focus on Jesus, not myself, which is the right thing to do.  Jesus defined wisdom as ‘not just hearing the Word but putting it into practice’. (Matt 7:24)  If my accusers put more scripture into practice, then they might understand my anonymity.  John 5: 43-44    Jesus said, “I have come in my Father's name, and you do not accept me; but if someone else comes in his own name, you will accept him. 44 How can you believe if you accept praise from one another, yet make no effort to obtain the praise that comes from the only God?    I’m at least making an effort to obtain the kind of praise that counts, not praise from humans.  Note: I’m not criticising people who can’t be anonymous; sometimes it’s just not practical.  Yet, people shouldn’t announce everything they do with trumpets (so to speak).  Jesus said, “Be careful not to do your 'acts of righteousness' before men, to be seen by them.  If you do, you will have no reward from your Father in heaven.” (Matthew 6:1)  Jesus went on to use prayer, giving to the needy, and fasting as examples that should be done in ‘secret’.  By doing so, a person will store up treasures in heaven, where they count, not on earth, where they will waste away.  I like to think of my anonymity as taking a ‘back-seat’, and waiting to see if my Creator will tell me to move forward or not. (below)  That’s one way of putting scripture into practice.  Luke 14:8-11   Jesus said, “When someone invites you to a wedding feast, do not take the place of honor, for a person more distinguished than you may have been invited. 9 If so, the host who invited both of you will come and say to you, 'Give this man your seat.' Then, humiliated, you will have to take the least important place. 10 But when you are invited, take the lowest place, so that when your host comes, he will say to you, 'Friend, move up to a better place.' Then you will be honored in the presence of all your fellow guests. 11 For everyone who exalts himself will be humbled, and he who humbles himself will be exalted.”   If people examined enough of the website, they would see that I have made a bold claim. (below) I didn’t do it to exalt myself but to explain that all prophecies from the Bible are coming true, even the following about an anonymous servant, during end times, who is chosen to provide information.  Matthew 24: 45-47   Jesus said, “Who then is the faithful and wise servant, whom the master has put in charge of the servants in his household to give them their food at the proper time? 46 It will be good for that servant whose master finds him doing so when he returns. 47 I tell you the truth, he will put him in charge of all his possessions.”     It is my theory that I am that servant because no one else discovered the true meaning of Daniel 11, which was ‘sealed until the time of the end’.  I know the meaning is true because current events continue to confirm it, which are leading to the abomination, just like Jesus said.  Nor has anyone explained the Seals in a logical manner as I have, which removes the previous contradictions in Revelation.  Nor has anyone explained the ‘666’ in a logical manner as I have, with several major events tied together in multiples of 37-years apart (timeline of 37’s), which only God could have devised.  I’m not trying to boast; I’m trying to give reasoning for my claim.  I hesitated about connecting myself to that verse but God confirmed it to me in a personal way so I felt obligated.  After all, I’m not ashamed.  If people think it was wrong to make such a claim, then they must think it was wrong for John-the-Baptist to say he was “the voice of one calling in the desert.” (John 1:23)  When you think about it, John-the-Baptist was a forerunner of Jesus, 2000-years ago, and the faithful and wise servant is a forerunner to Jesus, during end times.  It’s not a claim that I take lightly because there’s a severe warning in verses 48-51   I think the prophecy starts out as a question “Who” to indicate anonymity, which would only be possible in times of the internet, which makes Jesus’ prophecy that much more remarkable.  Whether I’m right or not, I wouldn’t violate the prophecy on purpose and forfeit the possible reward for human recognition.  Many famous painters didn’t achieve recognition until after they were dead.  Likewise, this website will probably go viral, after the rapture, not that it will matter to me.  In hindsight, I don’t know if I’m doing enough to achieve the reward mentioned in verse 47 but I’m determined to do what I can, which requires being anonymous and doing things in secret.  I hope my accusers can understand that my reasoning is not shameful, but Biblical.  Too much for one person?    Another statement that several people have made is that they just don’t think one person would or could discover everything.  For the record, I don’t claim to know everything there is to know; I just report on what the Holy Spirit allows me to find, which has come in pieces, over the years.  Nevertheless, one person could indeed find all the necessary pieces, if they were chosen by God to do so, such as the faithful and wise servant.  After all, if God had a message to give in Biblical times, wouldn’t He normally pick just one person to deliver that message?    Note: The people with the above complaint are usually the same ones who want to pick and choose parts of the message, to suit their own pre-conceived ideas, and throw away the rest.  That behavior is unacceptable because everything is based on scripture, and fits together to paint one continuous picture of end times.  There are no contradictions but if a person picks and chooses, they will inevitably create some, either in Daniel, Matthew, or Revelation.  That’s just the way it is.   Conclusion   Some people will never accept this message, no matter how simple or complete it is, because people were the same in Biblical times.  Yet, that doesn’t mean that you can’t accept it.    Perhaps the best example is when Jesus healed the man who had been born blind. (John 9)  It caused a stir because no miracle such as that had ever been heard of before. (v.32)  Yet, the Pharisees had already decided that anyone who acknowledged Jesus as the Christ would be put out of the synagogue. (v.22)  First, some of the Pharisees tried to ignore the miracle all together and instead focused on the fact that it was done on the Sabbath, therefore accusing Jesus of breaking tradition. (v.16)  When the others insisted on pointing to the miracle, the Pharisees questioned the man, questioned his parents, and questioned the man again. (vs. 17-27)  Yet, even with overwhelming evidence right in front of them, they chose to stick to their beliefs, insult the man personally, and throw him out. (vs. 28-34)    Likewise, no matter how simple, logical, and factual my explanation of Biblical end times may be, some in the religious community have already made up their minds to disagree with anything that doesn’t fit their pre-conceived beliefs, even if those beliefs contradict crucial parts of the Bible such as Daniel and Revelation.  The religious people who accuse me of being ‘ashamed’, and insist on knowing my identity before they can believe, would never believe me anyway.  They just want my identity so they can insult me personally and throw me out like the man who was healed.  In retrospect, the Pharisees focused on the man, not the miracle.  Jesus was wise to state the prophecy in Matthew 24:45 as a question, to encourage my anonymity, because it forced the focus to be on the message, not the man.  After all, just because the Pharisees had their minds made up, it didn’t mean they were right.    When you think about it, there were false messiahs before and after Jesus but since the Pharisees were pre-determined to think that everyone was false, they missed the Truth.  They should have looked at the evidence honestly and with an open-mind.  As Solomon would say, “There’s nothing new under the sun.” (Ecclesiastes 1:9)  People still refuse to look at the evidence, hurling insults instead, but that doesn’t mean they’re right. 
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