Bible Prophecy Daily is a weekday podcast produced by Eschatos Ministries. Biblical prophecy topics include the Second Coming, the Book of Revelation, the Book of Daniel, the Olivet Discourse, the Apostle Paul's Thessalonians teaching on the End Times, the Day of the Lord, the Antichrist and his Great Tribulation, the nation of Israel, rapture views (prewrath, pretribulationism, posttribulationism, preterism), millennium views (premillennialism, amillennialism, postmillennialism), how the Christian should live in light of the Return of Jesus, and other Christan theology concerning eschatology. To learn about the hosts of the program you can go to the Bible Prophecy Daily podcast website at BibleProphecyDaily.com
The Size of New Jerusalem (Part 1)
Janet Willis believes a correct view of the size of New Jerusalem matters. In this podcast, Janet first compares the many similarities of Ezekiel’s city (Ezekiel 48) and John’s city (Revelation 21-22). These similarities compel us to reexamine the traditional view of the size of New Jerusalem. She presents reasons why Revelation 21:16 should be reexamined, and then begins to explain why the two cities are compatible. Subsequent podcasts will expand on this theme with more of her research.
To see related graphics at full size, click the thumbnails below. For a seven-minute video overview of Janet’s work on the New Jerusalem, click here.
Proportionate size of a cube on the globe
The print article titled “The Size of the New Jerusalem and Why John’s and Ezekiel’s Cities Are Compatible”, from Eschatos Ministries, can be ordered by clicking here, and a free online version of the article can be seen here.
Who the Two Witnesses Are and What They Do
Nelson Walters explains that in the Book of Revelation there are two mysterious figures. God says, “And I will give power to my two witnesses, and they will prophesy one thousand two hundred and sixty days, clothed in sackcloth” (Revelation 11:3).
So who are the witnesses, what do they prophesy about, and when do they minister?
When you understand who they are and what they’re doing, the Book of Revelation comes alive! So let’s figure this out together on today's episode.
MidTribulation Rapture in the Revelation
Charles Cooper now turns our attention to the MidTribulation Rapture position, which teaches that Revelation 14:14-16 depicts the rapture of the Church. Because of the harvest of the earth by the “one like a son of man,” many see this as a clear reference to the rapture. In fact, both pre-tribbers and post-tribbers have also argued for this passage representing the rapture of the Church. Let’s see if this is so.
Zechariah 12 and Rising Antisemitism
Travis Snow discusses how Zechariah 12:1–3 provides prophetic insight into current events in Israel and rising antisemitism around the world.
If you like this teaching and want to go deeper in the subject matter, check out Travis’ books at shilohmedia.org.
Christ: Yesterday, Today, and Forever (Part 6) – The Visible Manifestation of God Seen in the Son
Michael Ufferman, staff teacher with Zion’s Hope, discusses how the physical manifestation of God came about, with the announcement by the Angel Gabriel and the overshadowing of Mary by God’s Holy Spirit, to conceive the incarnate God in Jesus.
Michael also identifies how Scripture proclaims the physical manifestation of God in Jesus, perfectly bearing witness of the Father and His nature.
And, finally in this episode, we see how the physical manifestation of God comes to an end in human form as we know it, with Christ’s beating, crucifixion, death, and burial.
In episode 7, Michael will continue the series as he discusses the post-incarnate manifestation of God.
7 Biblical Principles for Answering End Times Questions
Marquis Laughlin examines 7 Biblical principles for handling questions about Bible Prophecy that will help you teach and witness using the most powerful tools God has given us. These 7 principles will help you take advantage of opportunities to share with wisdom and humility by focusing on the powerful testimony of God’s sovereignty and grace.
Excellent content. Different contributors. I learn with every episode.
Excellent content from a variety of contributors. All share the pre-wrath viewpoint.
They all discuss content that is IN the Bible, not current popular ideas. For example, "the antichrist" is referred to as The Assyrian. The latest episode discusses this in great detail.
Are OT Saints “Dead in Christ “
This is a great podcast. I have been pre wrath for 10 years and I am still learning a great deal. One lingering question that Ufferman or Alan have not answered to my satisfaction is how can we be sure that OT saints are in the rapture when Thessalonians says “the dead in Christ”?
I’m not pre-wrath
They’re good things to glean from this podcast. I have always enjoyed Chris White’s teachings . I’m not that familiar with the other’s but I find them to have interesting ideas. I’m willing to listen to their views. You never know when you might learn something new that can be tested and found to be true.