Top of the Week: "Unholy Alliances' Form to Make Bible Prophecy a Coming Reality


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'Unholy Alliances' Form to Make Bible Prophecy a Coming Reality

End-times expert Michael Snyder says it's like "watching a really bad Hollywood disaster movie slowly play out."

Only this time, he says, billions of people could end up dead.

On his popular website, "The Economic Collapse Blog," Snyder recently said that, "thanks to the endless bumbling of the Biden administration, Russia and China have been pushed into each other's arms" and seem determine to confront the western powers together.

Holy Spirit Uprising Hits Another Secular University

Unlike the revival at Asbury University in Kentucky this month, the Holy Spirit has been working on the campus of Texas A&M University Corpus Christi for quite some time now.

Students at TAMUCC—many of whom attend New Life Church in Corpus Christi, Texas—have shown their boldness for Christ for many months, leading to many salvations, baptisms and healings at the secular university.

Last Friday night, nearly a couple hundred people gathered for at TAMUCC to prayer for revival for not only their school, but also for America. The event lasted for five hours.

Vineyard Pastor Resigns Amidst Son's Misconduct Allegations

The senior pastor of The Vineyard Church in Duluth, Minnesota, Michael Gatlin, has resigned according to an email sent by The Special Committee of the Church Council.

Gatlin's resignation comes on the heels of an investigation into his son, Jackson Gatlin, who served as the church's young adult and online community pastor.

The Vineyard church posted an announcement regarding the matter to their website, stating that the Gatlin's knew of the misconduct allegations and did not act on that knowledge. The church also revealed that police were involved with the investigation.

Famous Lexington Arena Becomes New Site for Asbury Revival Services

Christian evangelist Nick Hall provided a space over the weekend for the Asbury revival to continue after Asbury University shut it down.

There was plenty of space at the Rupp Arena in downtown Lexington, Kentucky, located about 30 minutes from Asbury in Wilmore. And while hundreds showed up for the last-minute, low-key, free-flowing event, the revival meeting did not gain enough publicity beforehand to fill the massive arena.

Hall told WTVQ-TV he received numerous messages from people wanting to see the Awakening continue in Lexington, so he was able to get the arena.

Man Who Spent 23 Minutes in Hell: 'Not Everyone Goes to Heaven'

Bill Wiese, the author of the New York Times best-selling book "23 Minutes in Hell," has a staunch warning for universalists who believe everyone will go to heaven.

"These people fail to realize that God is a God of justice and judgment," Wiese says. "They say God is love, and that He would never allow such suffering, for people to go to hell. Believe everyone gets a free pass. The Universalist tries to support their beliefs with Scripture, but I'm here to tell you that the Universalist teaching is false and heretical."

Wiese refers to British evangelist John Blanchard's book, "Hell on Trial," to explain the origin of universalism.

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