Latest prophecy update from JD Farag

Transcribed excerpt from the video:

And when these things begin to come to pass, then look up, and lift up your heads; for your redemption draws near.
(Luke 21:28)

We’re not given prophecy in the Bible just for the sake of knowing. There’s something that we need to be doing.

If you’re here this morning and some of what i’ve shared has maybe left you a little unsettled, maybe even fearful, that’s a good thing. It’s also an indication that you need to get right with the LORD, bcos if you’re not right with the LORD that means you’re not ready for the LORD..

.And now I have told you before it comes to pass, that, when it is come to pass, you might believe.
(John 14:29)

3 Responses to “Latest prophecy update from JD Farag”

  1. Jesus Wins Says:

    He’s right.

  2. Al Nelson Says:

    I agree with most of what he says. I know the common thought is that Meshek represents Russia. But I also think it could represent a mideast tribe. Also, I no longer hold to the common interpretation that a physical Jewish temple will be re-built in Jerusalem. I do not deny that Jerusalem is still a cup of termbling, but I consider that the Body of Christ is a temple made without hands. This temple can be infected, desolated by following after that which is not of Christ. I also understand that the only sacrifice God accepts from His people are living sacrifices and not animal sacrifices. God has done away with the old and provided His Son as the final blood sacrifice for sin. It will certainly be interesting to see how everything plays out though. Thanks for sharing the video.

  3. ian vincent Says:

    Thanks brother.

    I also understand that the only sacrifice God accepts from His people are living sacrifices and not animal sacrifices. God has done away with the old and provided His Son as the final blood sacrifice for sin.

    Absolutely.

    To believe that the Jewish temple could be rebuilt does not equal denying the finished sacrifice of Christ on the cross. It could just mean that the Jews are doing it in their present blindness, and to fulfill prophecy.

    I’m of the “wait and see” approach, as concerning the particulars, it does not affect how i live for Jesus today.

    Knowing that His coming is at the door does influence how i live and believe. It’s great to know He’s coming soon.

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