The truth about Mark Taylor has finally been exposed. Over the past two years, “fireman prophet” Mark Taylor has been catapulted to international fame for supposedly “prophesying” that Donald Trump would become president. And once Trump actually won, millions of people were convinced that Taylor had actually gotten a message from God. A book was quickly published and a major movie about his “prophecy” has just been released. But Taylor’s “prophetic word” was actually a failed prophecy that Trump would become president in 2012. By Taylor’s own admission, he thought that he had “truly missed it”. And even though he had no previous track record of prophetic accuracy, he was able to recycle his failed prophecy for the 2016 election and he got incredibly lucky.
Are we living during the times that the Bible refers to as “the last days”? Normally this is an issue that is discussed in religious circles, but recently some mainstream media outlets have been publishing articles about signs of the end times that appear to be coming to pass right in front of our eyes. In fact, the Mirror recently posted an article entitled “The THREE signs that Biblical prophecies about end of the world and the Messiah are ‘coming true'”, and it is creating quite a bit of buzz among Bible-believing Christians.
The global persecution of Christians continues to escalate dramatically, and yet the mainstream media in the United States is virtually silent about it. In this article, I am going to quote a lot of sources, but they are all either overseas news outlets or Christian websites in the United States. To a certain extent, I think that the mainstream media is extremely hesitant to report about the global persecution of Christians because it may cause the general public to feel sympathetic, and that would definitely be counterproductive to what they are trying to accomplish. Ultimately, the elite are trying to demonize Christians, conservatives, patriots and anyone else that would attempt to oppose their radical agenda for America. So they are banning us from their Internet platforms, they are mocking us on their news and entertainment programs, and they certainly don’t want to highlight the fact that the persecution of Christians is escalating rapidly around the globe.
Long before it was ever known as “Halloween”, the ancient Druidic festival of “Samhain” was known as the day when the veil between the living and the dead was the thinnest. It was a time for communing with spirits and for conducting bizarre occult rituals that were designed to appease those spirits. Unfortunately, most people don’t realize that virtually all of our modern “Halloween traditions” are derived from those ancient occult rituals. And on October 31st, thousands upon thousands of Wiccans, modern day pagans and occultists will once again gather to celebrate Samhain, and they find it quite funny that millions of Christians have also embraced this exceedingly dark ancient festival.
In this day and age, most people don’t even believe that demons exist, but meanwhile the number of demonic encounters appears to be rising. This has created a surging demand for exorcists globally, but there just aren’t that many of them around anymore. In fact, as you will read about below, the Vatican held a week-long conference earlier this year to address this issue. Large numbers of people are being tormented by evil spirits, and they are turning to the Vatican and other large religious institutions for help, and often they are not able to get the help that they need.
Have you ever wished that you could see the same sorts of miracles that you read about in the Bible on a daily basis? Well, for one British woman this is actually a reality. For years, Aliss and her husband Rob operated a gift shop and a cafe, and they had signs that urged people to come in for a “free miracle”. Of course most people were skeptical at first, but time after time people from the general public were healed after Aliss prayed for them. Today, Aliss and Rob travel all over the world teaching others how they can do the exact same things. Because the truth is that Aliss and Rob never actually heal anyone. They both always give the glory to the Lord Jesus Christ, because He is the one that brings the miracles. The following short bio for Aliss comes directly from their official website…
The modern tradition of wearing costumes on Halloween can be traced back more than 2000 years to the Celts of ancient Britain. During a Druidic festival known as Samhain, which is still celebrated by Wiccans and other modern pagans, revelers would often wear masks or costumes. In modern times wearing costumes is considered to be “innocent fun”, but in those times the masks and costumes were worn for very specific spiritual purposes. For some, the goal was to ward off evil spirits, but for others the purpose of the mask or costume was to help the participant communicate with the spirit world. And as you will see below, there are some that still believe in this practice today.
Do you believe in miracles? On Tuesday night, a lightning strike ignited a roaring inferno which utterly consumed the First Baptist Church of Wakefield. The city of Wakefield is located in northeastern Massachusetts, and it is being estimated that about a million dollars worth of damage was done by the fire. But one item appears to have entirely escaped damage from the flames, from the smoke and even from all of the water that was poured on to the building to extinguish the fire. A painting of Jesus Christ was removed from the wreckage of the building “nearly untouched with only a few drops of water on it”…
As we approach Halloween, a prominent “Christian witch” is getting a lot of media attention because of the outrageous statements that she has been making. Rev. Valerie Love does not see any conflict between being a Christian and being a witch, and if you try to correct her she is likely to get very angry with you. And now she has actually launched a “school” in order to teach other women how to follow Christ and practice witchcraft at the same time…
Stephen Hawking is widely regarded to be one of the greatest minds of our time, but what he has to say in his final book has many questioning whether he really deserves such praise. Hawking passed away back in March at the age of 76, but his final book entitled “Brief Answers to the Big Questions” was completed with help from his family and was released on Tuesday. One would have expected Hawking to include comprehensive scientific evidence for the conclusions that he reaches in his book, but that isn’t the case. Instead, Hawking reveals that he was simply just like everyone else. In this life, most people choose to believe what they want to believe, and that was definitely the case with Hawking.