Photo by hoyasmeg taken aboard Galilean boat ride from Tiberias
Gary Stearman and his guest, David Brennan, discuss the reason most Christians support the Nation of Israel. Mr. Brennan’s statement about the identification of the 4 horns is interesting but quite speculative. Skip Gary’s stated ad if you wish.
While you are at the Prophecy in the News Channel, you should also watch “A Difference of Opinion.” Gary speaks of the U.S. government’s current, different opinion than Israel when it comes to Iran.
Why Do We Support Israel? and A Difference of Opinion
Obama – The Anti-Israel President (After clicking on title, scroll down to view video)
The Preoccupation with Israel Gary Stearman sits down with Jimmy DeYoung.
i agree about the four horns speculation. I see more and more of one man’s opinion coming forth and really sets me off. I remember Doug Clark with his opinions and his sudden departure from prophecy news.
I think it best to just hang on tight to our Lords hand and not get all caught up in opinions.
Yes, there are so many opinions out there and in the end only One knows how it’s all going to play out.
Glad you stopped by.
Chris, i am the anonymous. When i went to make a comment it turned up that way…Weired. BTW i saw a program last night that spoke about how this financial mess we have started and why. Veri interesting. I am going to try and find it on the net.
I have no idea why you were identified as anonymous either. It is strange, particularly since you were ID’d correctly this time. And people wonder why I don’t trust computers.
If you find the program you saw, please share the link with me. I have been listening to a businessman named Peter Schiff lately. He is a guy that many “professional economists” laughed at when he warned of a recession in 2008. He seems to know his economics well. I would call him a “pure” capitalist. I’ve listened to him enough to know that I strongly disagree with him on certain things. However, I think he is correct when he warns of an upcoming “economic disaster” that will be “very painful.”
We know that in order to buy or sell, someday, a “mark” will be required. This is what perks my interest in economics. I wish I had listened better in my college econ class. Mr. Schiff seems to know what he’s talking about when it comes to economics (I don’t follow him in some of his political views). I have learned quite a bit from him although I don’t know if he is a Christian or not.
Hope you are having a great day in the Lord, Manny.