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We are living in a world of massive change. As American power and influence rapidly recedes, previous major powers such as Russia, China, Germany, and even the Islamic and Ottoman Empires seek to regain their former might and glory. What’s behind the rise of these ancient empires? Does Bible prophecy give us understanding? What does it all mean? Be sure to read this issue carefully to better grasp where our world is heading and why! Download this issue in PDF.
Will China overtake America and become a world empire? Will Russia restore the former might of the Soviet Union? Will Iran’s efforts to dominate the Middle East reclaim the ancient glory of the Persian Empire? And what about Europe–will it too see the return of an ancient power?
We are living in a world of massive change. What does it all mean?
The Bible mentions a number of kingdoms and empires. This overview will help you understand which played what roles in the history of the Bible—and in roles yet to come!
How will the world finally find peace? What will happen before that finally comes to pass? The Bible reveals many details about end-time events and the major trends that will lead up to Jesus Christ's return. Read this featured booklet to learn the answers.
Does the Bible tell us what lies ahead for the United States and British Commonwealth, including Australia? What are the real origins of the American and British peoples? The answers to these questions are both interesting and surprising! The United States and Britain in Bible Prophecy, a free, 110 page full colour booklet, will help you better understand the answers to these questions and more, including the relevance of many current events.
Explains the causes of conflict in this volatile region, between Arab and Jew, and between Eastern and Western cultures. It deals not only with the past and present but with the future as prophesied by inspired writers more than 2000 years ago. Present conflicts cannot be understood without putting them into their historical context and recognising the modern influences fanning those historical flames.