Tag Archives: Armageddon

Your Personal Armageddon: Are You Fighting God?


What current signs are pointing to an imminent Armageddon? What is the point of this last battle between God and the nations? Is it really fair for God to side with Israel— or the followers of Jesus— when they have made so many sinful mistakes? And what does the warning of Armageddon have to do with your personal life?

Join Monica Dennington as she goes straight to the Bible to find out what kind of fool fights God…and whether you are in danger of fighting him yourself.

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The Euphrates Dries Up, Reveals Road To Armageddon


Whether you are Protestant or Catholic, Pentecostal or Conservative; whether you are a Christian who believes the Bible or a committed atheist— if you are a citizen of planet earth, it’s time to wake up. Whatever your belief system, it cannot be denied that prophecy is being fulfilled before our eyes. The Euphrates is indeed drying up, and the formerly fertile “Sealand”— ancient Babylon— is transforming into Isaiah’s prophesied “Desert by the Sea” (Isaiah 21:1, 9). As Jesus predicted, these signs are coming like a woman in childbirth; increasing in frequency, length, and severity, until soon the whole world will be crying out. And in the midst of the tumult, the Lord Jesus says:

“Look! I will come like a thief! Blessed is the one who stays alert and does not lose his clothes so that he will not have to walk around naked and his shameful condition be seen.” Revelation 16:15

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Euphrates Dries Up, Reveals Road To Armageddon: ISIS, Babylon, & Prophecy


What is the significance of the Euphrates in end-times prophecy? Which of these prophecies is ISIS fulfilling right now? According to Revelation, how is the drying up of the Euphrates related to Armageddon? And what does it mean if the Euphrates river is drying up now?

Join Monica Dennington as she goes straight to Scripture to reveal the road to Armageddon— as well as a little known prophecy in Jeremiah that shows the end is closer than we think.

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