Life, Hope & Truth

PROBLEMS OF TODAY:
Are They Related to End-Times Prophecy?

From widespread diseases and superviruses to economic collapse and changing weather patterns, see how many of the problems we experience today are related to biblical prophecies of the end times.

1 Blessings & Curses on Mankind

God predicted that sin would crescendo at the time of the end, resulting in wave after wave of punishments until people turn to God. If terror, disease and famine don’t bring people to repentance, even worse curses will come.

God gave us His laws for our good, and He makes it clear what will happen if we do not obey Him. Learn about the blessings promised for obedience and the curses that are the result of sin.

2 What’s Causing Our World’s Problems Today?

So many other conditions and problems in our world are related to mankind’s resistance to following God’s laws. Read more about them in these articles:

3 The Impact of Sin on Our World in the End Times

Is our world broken beyond repair?  Can we really solve all the problems that face our world?  Read about three things too broken for us to fix.

4 How Sin Affects Us Personally

“And because lawlessness will abound, the love of many will grow cold” (Matthew 24:12)

 

With sin all around, the hearts of humans will become “cold,” or less interested in doing things for the good of others. Is there anything you can do to protect your heart from growing cold as the end times approach?

5 How Should We Prepare for the End Times?

Should we prepare for the “end of the world” by stocking up on food, water and other supplies?

God tells us to prepare spiritually for the end times and Christ’s return rather than prepare physically. This is done by developing a close relationship with God through prayer, Bible study, fasting and meditation.

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