Does the state of the world often leave you frightened? Does Bible prophecy often leave you confused? You’re not alone. There are some strange and mystifying Bible passages that have bewildered generations of Christ- followers simply because the signs of the end times had not become apparent. It is our generation that is seeing end-time prophecies being fulfilled.
Join NY Times Bestselling Author Donna VanLiere (The Christmas Shoes, The Time of Jacob’s Trouble) and Carmen LaBerge (host of Mornings with Carmen on Faith Radio) and listen to the podcast Things Are Looking Up, in which they shares significant and specific prophecies that only our generation has been able to understand, and discuss the very real connection between Bible prophecy and our world today.
Scoffing and the Falling Away
"Famous" Christians deconstruct their faith for a few thousand of their closest friends online, but how many more fall away quietly? How can we tell the difference between a false teacher and the truth?
Pouring Out of the Holy Spirit
The Bible says God will pour out His Spirit in the last days. Supernatural things are happening in countries around the world like never before.
A Coalition of Nations
Ezekiel 38 describes an unprecedented invasion of Israel that has yet to take place. This prophecy didn't make sense to our grandparents, but we see these nations moving into place.
Characteristics of the Last Days
Paul said there would be terrible times in the last days... even our grandparents could never imagine the world we live in today. These 19 characteristics describe a hedonistic, materialistic, and humanistic people that call evil good and good evil.
Jerusalem is the most contested city on the face of the earth. No one is fighting over Dallas or Paris. What's all the fuss?
Lawlessness is more than just violence in the street. It's a callous disregard of God’s authority in order to follow our own desires. We want to do what we want to do, and Jesus says it will get worse before He returns.
Hope, not “doomsday”
First, how refreshing to hear two intelligent women discuss this topic from a foundation of unwavering faith.
Second, after listening to a couple episodes, I’m excited to listen to the following episodes. Not out of, “Oh no! What’s going to happen next?” but out of excitement that my redemption is drawing near. And it occurs to me, Biblical prophecies fulfilled IS hope for the Believer.
I am ever-grateful for this podcast in these days.