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1948: The Beginning of the End of Time
The Sleeping Church
Israel, God's Line in the Sand
Babylon, Babylon, Who is Babylon?
American Sins and Russian Aggression
The Great Escape and the Character of God
1948: The Beginning of the End of Time
We Are Entering God's Third Day
The Evidence & The Avenue of Escape

"Now learn the lesson from the fig tree; As soon as its twigs get tender, and its leaves come out, you know that summer is near. Even so, when you see all these things, you know that it is near, right at the door. I tell you the truth, this generation will certainly not pass away until all these things have  happened."                         

                                                                   -Matthew 24:32-34


May 14, 1948
David Ben Gurion declares the Independence of the State of Israel after nearly 1900 years of exile from the Holy Land

Christ's parable of the fig tree is the most revealing Scripture concerning the time of His return. It actually pinpoints the generation of people living on earth just before Christ appears. In the Bible, the fig tree is a historic symbol of the nation of Israel. The parable speaks of the fig tree putting forth leaves. Many theologians believe this is a clear reference to the rebirth of Israel. If that is true, then we are the generation that will witness the physical return of Jesus Christ. Since Israel declared itself a nation in 1948. What the parable is telling us is the following: The generation born in the year 1948 would not pass away. In other words, when Jesus Christ returns some people will still be alive on the planet who were born in the year 1948.

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